Around 5-thousand competitors took part in the Hever Castle Triathlon this weekend - bringing the UK's Castle Triathlon series to an end.
Athletes swam, ran and biked their way through the course - all, against the iconic castle backdrop.
Sarah Saunders was there to see today's first wave set off. She spoke to competitors and one inspirational young participant Bailey Matthews.
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Thousands of people are competing in a sporting event at Hever Castle in Kent this weekend. Organisers say they've had a record number of entries this year for their annual triathlon, which welcomes athletes of all abilities.
Race Director Brian Adcock and the sporty Maylor family talk to our reporter Nashreen Issa.
Around 5,000 people are competing at the Hever Castle Triathlon over the weekend - one of the world's biggest triathlons. Both children and adults are taking part in the swimming, cycling and running event.