July 4 Jones Lang LaSalle Property Triathlon and Property Swim in London still has places available

11:26 19 February 2014

There are still places available in the July 4, Jones Lang LaSalle Property Triathlon and Property Swim.

It’s the eighth year of the event taking place at Dorney Lake in Eton, comprising a 5km swim, 25km cycle and 5km run, and the second year the Property Swim event is open to competitors.

The swim events offer both individuals and relay teams the opportunity to show who is number one in the water.

This year’s long distance swim has been modified to take place along the 2.2km Olympic rowing course and there is the new team relay option for competitors (three laps of the 750 m swim course). This inaugural event is open to corporate, male, female and mixed teams and promises to offer high drama!

To sign up for the Jones Lang LaSalle Property Swim please visit www.propertyswim.com

This year’s event, which is the largest to date and in aid of the Samaritans, is sponsored by Estates Gazette and co-coordinated by Human Race and it is one of the top five Triathlon’s in the UK.

Guy Grainger, UK CEO at Jones Lang LaSalle comments: “The unprecedented demand for the 8th Property Triathlon is a great response from the property industry with the underlying benefactor being the Samaritans. We look forward to seeing both competitors and spectators at Dorney Lake in Eton on July 4.”

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