The countdown to the World Triathlon Bermuda event is approaching fast, today www.islandstats.com brings you an Ad Spot for the Event.
Bermuda will once again host a leg of the World Triathlon Championship Series, with the best triathletes in the world competing on November 5th & 6th, including three from Bermuda.
With just a few days left until both local and international athletes take to the famous blue carpet, the organizers of the World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda are raring to go. The stage is being set for the upcoming races on November 5 - 6, with free grandstand tickets, courtesy spectator shuttles, and more.
A central cheering section is being offered at no charge for fans to immerse themselves in the heart of the action. Grandstand views of the transition area where key lead changes take shape, and the finish chute where cheers are the loudest, give fans all the heart-pumping adrenaline they need.
WTCS Bermuda Chairwoman, Hazel Clark said, “What a great way to experience all of the excitement that the World Triathlon Championship Series brings to Bermuda! We want Bermuda to fill the grandstand and line the streets to make every moment of this event memorable.
“On Saturday, November 5th, space in the grandstand will be open on a first come, first served basis for the Age Group races.
“For Sunday, November 6th, spaces will be allocated using a free ticketing system. The day begins with the RenaissanceRe Kids Duathlon at 8:00am, followed by the highly anticipated male and female Elite races starting from 11.00am, featuring Dame Flora Duffy, Erica Hawley, and Tyler Smith.
“Our team has partnered with the folks at GPass to enable spectators to go online to obtain their free e-tickets, maximum four per person, on a first come, first served basis. We look forward to seeing the stands filled with a strong contingent waving flags and cheering loudly.”
Organizers anticipate all 450 tickets to be booked quickly, therefore, spectators are encouraged to visit tribermuda.com as soon as possible to get their e-tickets. Once secured, fans should download the e-ticket to their mobile device or print a copy to have scanned upon entry to the grandstand.
Traffic & Parking
Working with our partners at the City of Hamilton, routes and car parks forming the Main Race Venue over this week will be temporarily unavailable during specific time periods. The motoring public will find a full listing of the days, times, streets, and car parks affected by visiting cityofhamilton.bm/newslist.
Buses and ferries will be operating according to regular schedules over the weekend.
However, for spectators wishing to drive, free shuttles have been arranged for Sunday, November 6. The free Park & Ride service will operate from 9:00am to 6:00pm between the Arboretum and the Central Bus Terminal, in 20 minute intervals.
If driving from the west end of the island appears to be lengthy, parking in Dockyard may be the answer. The regular Sunday ferry schedule will apply, with two additional runs. After the racing on Sunday, November 6, two extra runs will depart Hamilton returning to Dockyard in the evening - at 5:15 and 6:00pm.
When navigating the roads, parking, spectator shuttles, and how to get around the race courses, be on the lookout for volunteers wearing the custom red tee shirts courtesy of our Official Volunteer Programme Supplier, PwC Bermuda.
Hamilton retailers and restaurants will be open on the weekend. Patio lovers will have a great opportunity to dine on Front Street while taking in the action, reservations are encouraged to get the best seats in the house. For retail hours, spectators can check with the desired businesses directly online or by phone.