Young people transforming the world through sport!

The Flight Centre Schools Triathlon gives children aged 7-13 the chance to come together in teams of four and compete in their own event. All three sports are completed in a relay format, allowing each team member to swim, cycle and run for charity.

The Flight Centre Schools Triathlon is an event series organised by Restless Development, a global development charity powered by young people. There are five events held across different locations in England, with each event held on entirely on school sites in a safe and secure environment. The events are inclusive and enjoyable for all abilities whilst raising thousands for charity too!


Please note: the triathlons are postponed due to COVID19. Every parent/guardian of a child who is fully registered for 2020 has been sent an email regarding this. See here for updates and FAQs.

A Message from Perry Maddox, CEO at Restless Development.

Sports and fundraising are a winning combination, but there aren't enough events for young people. That's why we started the Flight Centre Schools Triathlon. 

Thank you for signing up, and supporting Restless Development. 

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