ITU Women’s Committee

If you can dream it... you can achieve it! 

The 2018 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Gold Coast LOC and the ITU Women's Committee presents the 2018 Open Novice Women's Gold Coast Aquathlon. 

The Open Novice Women's Gold Coast Aquathlon provides all women (mothers, daughters, sisters, girlfriends, wives) who are traveling as support team of the athletes racing at the ITU Grand Final, an opportunity to participate in a non-competitive and promotional Novice Women´s Aquathlon. 


Registration open to women who have not competed in an Triathlon or Duathlon before. 

Entry Fee

$30AUD + 8% active fee. 

*please note a $5 late fee will be incurred if you register after 5.00pm Friday 7 September. 

How does the Program Work?

The program is designed to encourage participation of women in the sport of triathlon and is designed  for beginner women who want to try this short, non-competitive distance. 

Program inclusions:

  • 6 week online Training Program
  • Weekly emails which includes tips about racing, nutrition & hydration
  • Diploma will be emailed to every finisher
  • Finisher Medal
  • Team photo at the finish line


Event Details

DATE Wednesday 12 September 2018
DISTANCE Swim 300m Run 2.5km
LOCATION Mitchell Park, Broadwater Parklands
CHECK IN Wednesday 12 September    11:00am - 12:30pm
CATEGORIES All Open Novice Women's Category
MINIMUM AGE 14 years as at 31/12/2018
ATHLETE LIST Available 2 weeks prior to the event
PRIZES This is a non- competitive category. Each Athlete will receive a finishers medal
RESULTS View results here - coming soon
WITHDRAWALS No refunds or transfers available 










Schedule of Activites

Novice Women's Clinic

Date: Wednesday 12 September

Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm

Location: Mitchell Park, Broadwater Parklands

Hosted by:

  • Emma Carney - (AUS), 2 x World Triathlon Champion, World Triathlon (ITU) Hall of Fame 
  • Nelly Becerra - Event Coordinator and Women's Committee Member


​Beginner Tips on racing, nutrition & hydration by Emma Carney

Tip 1 - Introduction

Tip 2 - Positive Thought Processes

Tip 3 - Preparing and Coping with Heat

Tip 4 - Run Injury Prevention

Tip 5 - How to warm up correctly for an Aquathlon