As British Triathlon launches it's vision for the sport to 2024, the British Triathlon Trust has renamed as the Triathlon Trust and added a new visual identity, consistent with the British Triathlon family.
Triathlon is a fast growing, modern and dynamic Olympic and Paralympic sport that has seen widespread growth since making its Olympic debut in Sydney 2000. The sport’s new vision which is accompanied by the launch of triathlon’s new visual identity aims to continue this successful growth throughout Great Britain.
The new visual identity aims to make triathlon instantly recognisable whether you are taking part, volunteering or watching the sport for the very first time. The new identity is matched by a governance structure that creates a clear journey through the sport for everyone who experiences triathlon, transforming inspiration into participation.
Joe Garner, Chairman at the Triathlon Trust: “The new visual identity is very exciting for the Triathlon Trust. With the triathlon family working closer together, it can only support our aim to encourage more children to become active and adopt a healthy lifestyle.”
Ian Howard, President of British Triathlon is delighted to share the sport’s vision for the future commenting: “Triathlon has a rich history and the launch of our new brand and vision to 2024 at last weekend’s Annual General Meetings for Triathlon England and British Triathlon kick-starts an exciting future of collaboration between the Boards of British Triathlon, the Home Nations and the Triathlon Trust. We believe our new visual identity and vision for triathlon provides a great platform for all of us working and volunteering in the sport and will ensure that we deliver not only continued medal-winning success, but also maintain the healthy growth of the sport.”
Bill James, Chair of Triathlon England added: “I’m delighted this year has seen the Home Nations’ Boards become better aligned with British Triathlon in a shared vision and identity for our sport. Moving forward this will deliver a more consistent approach across our key priorities of Participation, Events, Membership and Talent.
“Next year provides an exciting opportunity for us to deliver a landmark triathlon experience that makes a step-change in the profile of our sport and our ambitious plans should see us welcome many new entrants, offer wonderful experiences for existing triathletes and engage new fans.”
Mike Battersby. Director of External Affairs and Interim Chair of Welsh Triathlon, is also behind the new vision and identity commenting: “It has been an exciting few months as the new identity and vision for the sport have evolved into a modern and dynamic representation of triathlon. At Welsh Triathlon we are excited with what lies ahead working with British Triathlon and the Home Nations to enhance the triathlon experience from first-timer to long-term member of Welsh Triathlon.”
Andy Salmon, Chair of Triathlon Scotland added further support: “Triathlon Scotland has seen a continued increase in participation in recent years, and the new vision for triathlon across Great Britain alongside the new visual identity can only add to that growth. The triathlon experience is really important for us here in Scotland and through a new streamlined approach, we have a great opportunity to enhance triathlon’s position in both Scotland and Great Britain as a leading sport.”