The 2021 Oceania Standard Distance Championship will be held on Saturday 12 June, followed by the 2021 Oceania Sprint Cup on Saturday 26 June beginning at 8am.
Australia and New Zealand's top triathletes will compete in the first Trans-Tasman triathlon events of Australian soil since COVID-19 stopped international racing in March 2020.
The iconic Four Mile Beach will play host to the 1.5km and 750m swimming legs, while Macrossan Street will allow onlookers to be close to the action and cheer on our national stars as they run down the main street.
The Oceania Standard Distance Championship and Cup race offers athletes a final chance to gain valuable Olympic qualification points before the Olympic Qualification Period ends on June 14.
Port Douglas Road
Closed between Macrossan and Mahogany Streets
Diversion in place via Mudlo Street and Davidson Street
The following streets will also be closed:
Mowbray Street - between Port Douglas Road to the Esplanade
Macrossan Street - between Esplanade and Port Douglas Road
Blake Street - between Port Douglas Road to Garrick Street
One-way traffic will be in place for:
Macrossan Street - between Wharf Street and Owen Street
*The closure time is expected to be no longer than 7am to 10.30am on the 12th of June and no longer than 8am to 11.30am on the 26th of June.*
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