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Parramatta Park

Triathlon Pink Race 1

Sunday April 03

Ramsay Health Care Triathlon Pink is an all-female triathlon series which helps raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Come join in the fun and register today!

Whether you are taking on the short course or ultra distance, to us the accomplishment is the same – it is all about personal challenge & achievement!

tri pink cyclists

You will be spurred on by all the other ladies in Pink & our friendly volunteers who encourage you along the way. Many ladies are taking part in a triathlon for the first time or have moved up a distance since last season. Kids (boys and girls) can also get involved!

Fun Run Pink (held in conjunction with Triathlon Pink event) is also an option for all the family to take part in – we have options for males and females of all ages.

Since our first event in Sydney 2007, Pinkies have proudly helped raise over $1.6 million for breast cancer charities. Come join in the fun, set a goal and together let’s Tri for a Cure!

For the most recent updates, like their Team Pinkie Facebook page for all the details!


To register, visit http://triathlonpink.com.au/event/sydney-2/

On-the-day registration opens at 6:00am. The Registration Tent is a large white marquee located on the Swimming Pool side of Parramatta Park, near the Noller Bridge. When coming to registration please ensure you have your Race Number (which will be emailed to you on the Thursday of Race Week) to ensure a fast accurate pick up of your race pack!

Parking information

In the interests of public safety and enjoyment of this event no cars will be permitted to enter and park in the Park between 6am - 12noon. We encourage visitors to use public transport or park at nearby parking stations around Parramatta or use public transport.

For more information about other nearby parking in Parramatta, check the Parramatta City Council website. Go to the NSW Transport website to plan your trip on public transport. The closest train stations are Westmead (200m walk down Railway Pde) or Parramatta (500m).


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