Lake Kawana is set to crown champions over a big weekend of racing with the Queensland Aquathlon Championships and All Schools Triathlon to be held on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd of October.
Next weekend will see athletes descend on Lake Kawana on the Sunshine Coast with two days of action-packed racing.
Saturday will see athletes lining up for the Queensland Aquathlon. With the Queensland Aquathlon doubling as the 2022 Aquathlon State Championships, there will no doubt be many athletes eyeing off the opportunity to race for the State Championship title in their age group.
Last year’s Queensland Aquathlon saw Samuel Mcauliffe and Aspen Anderson taking line honours in the men's and women's sprint Aquathlon respectively. Both Sam & Aspen are set to return for the 2022 edition of the race and will have their sights set on defending their titles from last year.
The Queensland Aquathlon on Saturday will include the Kids, Primary, Enticer and Sprint Aquathlon along with the Multi-Class Aquathlon events.
Following a big Saturday of competition, Sunday will see the sports next generation of future champions compete in the All Schools Triathlon with the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Triathlon events. The dept of talent at this year’s event will be on show with the All Schools Triathlon giving athletes the opportunity to race for selection to represent their Regional School team at the State Championships.
The Champion School Trophy will be back up for grabs at this year's All Schools Triathlon with points allocated in each category and the trophy presented following the triathlon events. Last year it was Brisbane State High School who took home the Champion School Trophy, but it is anyone’s guess as to which school will be this years Champion School victor.
Looking to join in on the fun at the Queensland Aquathlon and All Schools Triathlon? Be sure to enter before 9AM 18 October 2022 to secure your spot on the starting line.