JLL Property Triathlon - Entry closed

This year's Property Triathlon and Property Swim will take place on Friday 4th July 2014 at Dorney Lake in Eton.

We've had an overwhelming response to this year's Property Triathlon and reached full capacity in a record 24 hours. At this stage we are unable to take any more applications so if you missed out on a spot but would still like to take part, please enter your details on our waiting list as we are trying to secure extra places with the organisers.

There are still places available for the Property Swim. There are two events to choose from - a 2.2km swim along the Olympic rowing course for individuals and an exciting new relay swim! Visit the Property Swim website for more information.

In the first of a series of five specialist masterclasses, JLL sponsored double world champion triathlete Helen Jenkins shares her tips on how to approach the open-water swim and build your endurance and speed.

Coordinated by Human Race, the JLL Property Triathlon is now firmly established as one of the UK's largest triathlons. The event has raised over £1.1 million to date for charity and Samaritans will benefit from your entry donations this year.

JLL has teamed up with new co-sponsor, Estates Gazette, so expect ongoing coverage from them in the lead up to the event and on the day.

This sprint distance triathlon is open to anyone in, or connected to, the property industry and is a great way for people of all ages and abilities to come together and compete side by side. The event attracts all levels of competitor, from complete novices to more seasoned triathletes.

Comprising a 750m swim, 21km cycle and a 5km run, you can race as an individual or gather a team of three to form a relay.

Enter your details to be added to the Property Triathlon waiting list.

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JLL UK Chief Executive, Guy Grainger, teams up with double world triathlon champion, Helen Jenkins, to describe how this year's event will be bigger, better and brighter than ever before.

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Enter the Property Swim

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