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HaverSport's biggest triathlon festival so far!

Some 261 athletes competed in triathlon, duathlon and aquathlon as multisport returned to Bury St Edmunds on Sunday (29 April).

Athletes of varying ages and abilities swam, cycled and ran their way around the jewel in the crown of Suffolk in the various races as part of St Eds’ Tri – the Greene & Greene Triathlon Festival.

Event organiser HaverSports managed what was its biggest ever multisport event, being held in support of Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS), at the town’s Abbeycroft Leisure centre. Further support of the event was also provided by Bury Developments, Winfresh and iPro Sport.

You can read the full report by clicking here.

You can see the full results from the race by clicking here.

You can get full details on and enter Mildenhall Tri - the Abbeycroft Leisure Triathlon Festival on Sunday 26 August by clicking here.

Haverhill holds biggest running festival to date!

Over 360 runners competed in Haverhill as the town hosted its biggest running festival to date on Sunday 11 March.

Haverhill Runs – the A-Plan Insurance Running Festival saw the runners competing across distances including 10k, half marathon, full marathon and fun run from Haverhill Leisure Centre.

Event organiser HaverSports provided the event for the fifth year, this time in aid of My WiSH Charity, which supports West Suffolk Hospital.



St Eds' Tri Festival returns in 2018!

The Bury St Edmunds triathlon festival will return in 2018, with athletes setting out to swim, cycle and run their way around the jewel in the crown of Suffolk!

Event organiser HaverSports is delighted that Greene & Greene Solicitors will be sponsoring the event, being held in support of Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS).

St Eds’ Tri – The Greene & Greene Triathlon Festival, will be held at Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre on Sunday 29 April 2018.

St Eds' Running Festival 2017 raises over £3,500 for beneficiary charities!

HaverSports and its partners are celebrating wrapping up a successful year which saw the inaugural St Eds’ Running Festival raise over £3,500 for local charities.

St Eds’ Runs – the Unique Bars Running Festival was held for the first time on Sunday 29 October at Abbeycroft Leisure’s new Skyliner Sports Centre in Moreton Hall.

Held in aid of My WiSH Charity which supports West Suffolk Hospital, and the town pastor schemes of Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill, the event saw 912 runners complete their choice of marathon, half marathon, 10k or family fun run.

Now organisers can confirm that the events managed to raise a total of £3,575.78 for the charities.

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