How to Enter

Enter Grantown Try Tri Online

Update – Regrettably the committee have taken the decision to cancel this year’s event.  We shall be contacting all competitors who have paid an entry fee and will refund their entry money as soon as possible.

Online entries are being taken through online agency Entry Central. Please note we do not offer refunds or substitutions but you have the option of taking out your own entry insurance through Entry Central’s online entry system.  Competitors are responsible for their own accident insurance. 


For further Information contact Rebecca MacKellar, Chairperson on


Please note: You will first be asked to register with Entry Central.

Following that you will be sent an activation link by email – it is essential that you click on the activation link in the email you receive in order to activate your account.

Having done that, you will then be able to enter Grantown Try Tri.

Advice for novices/new entrants can be found here

Children’s Entries

If you are 17 or under you will be required to submit a parental consent form on the day of the event. This will be included in your race pack (issued on the morning of the event) and is to be signed and handed in at registration.

Children as part of a team: The team event is ideal for children but please take the following into consideration:-

Swim stage for children – please make sure you enter a realistic swim time for your child, so do try to time their 300m distance. The pool has many officials and a lifeguard on duty.

Cycle stage for children – If you wish your child to participate in the cycle stage, they must be accompanied by an adult if aged under 15 and you will be responsible for the safety of your child. The cycle route is signposted, marshalled by static volunteers and marshalled by Inverness Radio Volunteer cars who are first aid trained.

Run stage for children – It is advised that you accompany any children under 15. The route is all off road with the exception of minor roads to cross on the way out and on the way back. The run section is also mainly in Anagach Woods. An adult may run or cycle alongside them (mountain bike required) if you can’t keep up with them. This route is signposted and marshalled with static volunteers.