What day is the weetbix TRYathlon?

Friday 26th March: 2:00pm – 6:00pm. Event Day: 7:00am – 8:15am….TRYathlete Pack.

TRYathlete Pack Delivery Entries Received By Delivery Date
Pre Christmas Advanced Delivery 11 November, 2020 23 Nov – 14 Dec, 2020
Advanced January Delivery 6 January, 2021 10 – 30 Jan, 2021
Standard Delivery 7 March, 2021 18 – 25 Mar, 2021

How long is the run in the weetbix TRYathlon?

How far is the TRYathlon course? Distances are approximate and are as follows; 7 year olds 50m swim/ 4km cycle/ 1.5km run. 8 – 10 year olds 75 – 100m swim/ 4km cycle/ 1.5km run.

What is weetbix TRYathlon?

What is the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon? The Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon is designed for Kiwi kids aged 6-15 years to help them stay active and healthy through a programme of participation. The series has been running since 1992 and is a rite of passage for Kiwi kids.

How much does the weetbix TRYathlon cost?

Participants can choose to participate in the virtual TRYathlon event for a fee of $20.00 + a $7.50 postage & handling charge. The balance of their entry fee will be refunded.

Are Weet-Bix in Australia?

Still 100 per cent Australian-owned and made, today Weet-Bix is sold in some 22 countries across the world.

How long is a kids tryathlon?

What are the distances that kids swim, cycle and run?

Age Swim Cycle
11 – 15 150m* 6km*
7 – 10 75m* 3km*

Are Weet Bix in Australia?

How many weetbix is too many?

However, balance is the key, and you can have too much of a good thing. Weetabix is fortified with certain vitamins and minerals and if eaten to excess, then you could be taking in too much of these nutrients. We would recommend that an adult eats no more than four (4) Weetabix biscuits per day.

Where is the weetbix TRYathlon?

Participants in Nelson’s Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon gather in Tāhunanui’s playing field for the event, normally held in March.

What are Weetabix called in Australia?

Produced in the UK since 1932, Weetabix is the British version of the original Australian Weet-Bix. Both Weet-Bix and Weetabix were invented by Bennison Osborne, an Australian.

Is Weet-Bix good for weight loss?

Weetabix also provides children and adults alike with a great source of fibre as they contain 3.8g per portion. This makes it perfect for all those looking to improve their digestion, as well as include more protein and fewer calories in their diet.