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INSPIRING CHILDREN TO GET ACTIVE

We aim to make the world of triathlon and endurance sports a smaller place by connecting athletes and professionals from all over the world.

Knowledge is power, and no single person has all the answers. As a World Champion triathlete, Chris McCormack relied heavily on a team of people to maximise his performance. His efforts to give age group athletes that same experience resulted in MX Endurance.

Pathways for sport and life

The Brownlee Foundation aims to inspire children to get active, encourage them to regularly take part in sport and physical activity, and provides opportunity to participate in swimming, cycling, running and triathlon. It also develops coaches to facilitate, and supports pathways for talented athletes in the sport of triathlon.

Inspiring children to get active
Inspiring children to get active

Pathways for sport and life

The Brownlee Foundation aims to inspire children to get active, encourage them to regularly take part in sport and physical activity, and provides opportunity to participate in swimming, cycling, running and triathlon. It also develops coaches to facilitate, and supports pathways for talented athletes in the sport of triathlon.

The world’s best racing each other
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Fun for children

Brownlee Foundation triathlon events and weekly sport sessions enable children to try out the elements and sport of triathlon. They have a participation focus and promote an inclusive ‘take part, have a go, have fun’ ethos.

Broader access to sport

With 38 events across the UK, over 30,000 children who have participated, 500 schools attended, and 450 young leaders given volunteering opportunity, the Brownlee Foundation is surely building towards the goal to make the elements and sport of triathlon available to as many children as possible.

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