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Outlaw Triathlon 2015

Athletes of all different abilities braved the rain in Nottinghamshire yesterday, completing a gruelling 140 mile course to become true Outlaws!

The Oultaw Triathlon is in its sixth year, and has become a firm favourite with triathletes from all over the country – with many raising money for a wide range of charities.

After a 3.8km swim in the Regatta Lake at the National Water Sports Centre, competitors move onto a 180km bike ride, before completing the course with a marathon run along the River Trent. The finish line is positioned back at the National Water Sports Centre, in Holme Pierrepont.

Above, the winners of the Men’s Race Craig Twigg and the Women’s Race Jenny Latham.

Hundreds of supporters are concentrated at the finish line, which always generates a terrific atmosphere.

At Your Print Partner, we designed and produced the branding that lines the final run to the finish. We printed feather flags and fencing scrim, all in the event’s trademark orange, and also the boards covering the metal finish gantry promoting the Outlaw sponsors.

Despite the typically British summer weather, it was another hugely successful day for this popular triathlon.

“Colourful printed branding really contributes to the atmosphere at outdoor events” said YPP Managing Director Stuart Maclaren.

“We are particularly proud to have been able to work with the Outlaw Triathlon again this year, and would like to congratulate the organisers and their fabulous team of volunteers on another successful event.”

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Race for Life 2015

Your Print Partner is proud to be an official supplier to Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life series for another consecutive year.

The company has been responsible for providing the look and feel for Race for Life, for all the 5k, 10k and Pretty Muddy events taking place all over the country during the summer.

Each of these events required different combinations of flags, banners and branding to help create the colourful, fun and supportive atmospheres that the race series has become famous for.

Over the past 20 years, more than seven million women have taken part in Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life, raising over £513 million to fund the charity’s life-saving work.

This year Cancer Research UK is hoping that Race for Life will raise £50 million so that it can keep on fighting until cures for all 200 types of cancer, affecting men, women and children, are found.

Your Print Partner Managing Director Stuart Maclaren said “The whole team here at YPP love being able to produce work for Race for Life, and we had a fantastic time last year taking part in our local event in Lincoln.

“Working for a large national event series provides many logistical challenges, but our combination of state-of-the-art superwide print technology and our dedicated and experienced production team allows us to really excel at these sorts of projects.”

Everyone who wishes to take part in Race for Life or volunteer to help on event day can do so on the official website here.