First ever Welsh Triathlon Virtual National Championship event to be televised

More great news the from Welsh Triathlon – on the 8th August, at 10:05am athletes will be racing in the first ever Welsh Triathlon Virtual National Championship event!

This will be held on Zwift as part of the Zwift Welsh Grand Tour which has been created to provide a stage for riders to race, whilst keeping safe in these challenging times.

To get everyone in the mood for the mood to for the racing, endurance sports TV have released the 2019 Welsh Triathlon Super Series:

The team at endurance sports TV have been closely following the action and growth in spectators, and are now bringing all of the live competitive cycling action to the homes of fans around the world for free including the new Z Pro Tri Series which kicks off this Wednesday.

The Zwift racing will always be part of the free content even after lockdown where viewers can access all of the races at no cost through endurance sports TV.

Paul Shanley, co-founder of endurance sports TV said; “There has been a real surge in interest in eRacing during the COVID pandemic where events are being cancelled around the world, and competitive live racing is all but impossible with social distancing and travel restrictions in place. Yet the Zwift eRacing events are still running and growing in popularity – where the best in the world compete from the safety of their own homes.”

With a greater focus on the eRacing series, the programmes being produced for TV are coming with growing live audiences which have tripled since last year, with more picking up the action on catchup.

The recent success of the eRacing, along with its growing live TV audience, has led the organisers to suggest that Zwift eRacing could even be considered for future Olympic Games. “The quality of the coverage is great and as you can watch it all live, you really immerse yourself in the action as it unfolds,” adds Paul Shanley from endurance sports TV. “It gives you the same competition and excitement as being there yourself.”

With a packed calendar of events coming up, fans will be keeping an eye on the action over the coming month including:

  • Sram, Send it (race 4) 09/06/2020
  • Z Pro Tri Series (Race 8) 10/06/2020
  • Sram, Send it (race 5) 16/06/2020
  • Z Pro Tri Series (Race 9) 17/06/2020
  • Sram, Send it (race 6) 23/06/2020
  • Z Pro Tri Series (Race 10) 24/06/2020
  • Sram, Send it (race 7) 30/06/2020

The opportunity to access all of the events and documentaries is open to everyone across all of the endurance sports TV platforms (Web, iOS, Android, Amazon Firestick and Roku).

To access all of the endurance TV content people can simply download the endurance sports TV App, or visit the endurance sports TV website here. Shanley adds; “We’ll always have the Zwift eRacing for fans to watch for free, and all fans can also create an account with endurance sports TV to access over 400 additional endurance programmes.”

endurance sports TV is a pioneering TV channel dedicated to endurance sport. The channel is usually available on a subscription basis for just £5.99 per month, however, is being opened up for free for the next three months, with no obligation to continue thereafter.

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