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If you are looking for local triathlon events look no further. Whether you are looking for a Super Sprint triathlon to ease you in, an impressive Olympic distance for a massive challenge, or want to really push yourself with a Half Ironman or full Ironman, here you can find details of a huge range of local triathlon events in both the UK and all over the world.

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Beginner Friendly Triathlon events September 2018

We are so excited to be able to host our 4th annual end of summer event this coming up Labor Day Weekend. This is a new weekend for this event as we move it up from our October weekend. We will have a full morning of racing going on with Olympic and Sprint distance Triathlons, Aqua Bikes and Duathlons. This event can be completed as a team or as an individual. Also dont forget about the 5k and 10k runs accross to the other side of the straight on Historic Mare island.

Mare Island Bridge to Bridge: End of Summer

Vallejo, California, US

Join us Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, for the 36th annual Santa Cruz Triathlon.

The Santa Cruz Triathlon, a scenic Olympic-distance and Sprint race, will be Sept. 23, 2018. With ocean views and a great vibe, the race is a ton of fun. Its also a fundraiser for local youth sports in Santa Cruz County. Formerly the Sentinel Triathlon, the event has been held in Santa Cruz annually for the past three decades.

Santa Cruz Triathlon

Santa Cruz, California, US

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Sprint Triathlons September 2018

We are so excited to be able to host our 4th annual end of summer event this coming up Labor Day Weekend. This is a new weekend for this event as we move it up from our October weekend. We will have a full morning of racing going on with Olympic and Sprint distance Triathlons, Aqua Bikes and Duathlons. This event can be completed as a team or as an individual. Also dont forget about the 5k and 10k runs accross to the other side of the straight on Historic Mare island.

Mare Island Bridge to Bridge: End of Summer

Vallejo, California, US

Join us Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, for the 36th annual Santa Cruz Triathlon.

The Santa Cruz Triathlon, a scenic Olympic-distance and Sprint race, will be Sept. 23, 2018. With ocean views and a great vibe, the race is a ton of fun. Its also a fundraiser for local youth sports in Santa Cruz County. Formerly the Sentinel Triathlon, the event has been held in Santa Cruz annually for the past three decades.

Santa Cruz Triathlon

Santa Cruz, California, US
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Olympic Triathlons September 2018

We are so excited to be able to host our 4th annual end of summer event this coming up Labor Day Weekend. This is a new weekend for this event as we move it up from our October weekend. We will have a full morning of racing going on with Olympic and Sprint distance Triathlons, Aqua Bikes and Duathlons. This event can be completed as a team or as an individual. Also dont forget about the 5k and 10k runs accross to the other side of the straight on Historic Mare island.

Mare Island Bridge to Bridge: End of Summer

Vallejo, California, US

The Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Bank of America Merrill Lynch welcomes athletes and spectators alike to join us on the spectacular shores of Malibu, California for this highly sought after event. Triathletes from around the country, corporate teams, professional athletes, Hollywood celebrities, and challenged athletes gather to race on one of the most beautiful race courses in the sport of triathlon all while supporting Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Whether you are a novice triathlete or a seasoned veteran, a weekend warrior or a fan of one, join us for a beautiful day at the beach!

Nautica Malibu Triathlon

Malibu, California, US

Join us Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, for the 36th annual Santa Cruz Triathlon.

The Santa Cruz Triathlon, a scenic Olympic-distance and Sprint race, will be Sept. 23, 2018. With ocean views and a great vibe, the race is a ton of fun. Its also a fundraiser for local youth sports in Santa Cruz County. Formerly the Sentinel Triathlon, the event has been held in Santa Cruz annually for the past three decades.

Santa Cruz Triathlon

Santa Cruz, California, US
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Half Ironman Triathlons September 2018

Santa Cruz is known for its temperate climate, stunning coastline and redwood forests, and this brand-new race provides ample opportunities to enjoy it all.

Originally a Spanish settlement, founded in 1791, Santa Cruz has rich historic and cultural roots. In addition to being a hotbed for a variety of water sports like swimming, sailing, diving and paddling, its coast is considered one of the world's premier surfing spots. The Santa Cruz Boardwalk, which serves as the backdrop for this race, is the oldest amusement park in California, having celebrated 100 years in 2007.

The race starts on the Santa Cruz Main Beach, east of the wharf. A 1.2 mile ocean swim will kick off the day. Athletes will begin the bike course at Depot Park as they head out on a rolling course providing numerous beautiful vistas along the California coastline. The scenic out-and-back run course traverses the Natural Bridges State Park and Wilder Ranch State Park, with the turnaround on the rugged ocean bluffs. Athletes will return to finish on the beach in front of the main stage at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.

Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, California, US

An iconic North American triathlon for decades, Lake Placid offers the ultimate IRONMAN family vacation. Lake Placid has the amenities of a large city and the convenience of a small town, offering high-end restaurants, shopping and world-class accommodations. It boasts history, approachable charm and an abundance of on-course personality.

Located in the beautiful Adirondack mountains, it's a gorgeous and family-friendly event every athlete should put on their bucket list. Having hosted two Olympic Games (1932 and 1980), this charming town knows how to deliver a world-class athletic event. It's also the home of one of the most challenging IRONMAN courses with its famous Adirondack climbs.

A this event, athletes will be treated to a course that's identical to the full-distance race, but each discipline will be one single loop of the course. Athletes will begin with a one-loop swim in clear Mirror Lake, with the famous sight line at the bottom of the lake to guide them. Transitioning in the Olympic Speed Skating Oval to the bike, the rolling mountain views provide a scenic backdrop to the one-loop, 56-mile ride. Back at the Oval, athletes will begin their 13.1-mile run through town and around the lake.

The 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 Lake Placid will offer qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

Ironman 70.3 Lake Placid

Lake Placid, New York, US

IRONMAN 70.3 SUPERFROG serves as a charity fundraising race: $175 of each general entry will be a tax deductible donation to the IRONMAN Foundation. The donation portion of this entry will be used to support military and local charities including: the Navy SEAL Foundation, the Optimists Club of Coronado and the Islander Sports Foundation.

The original and longest running half-distance race, the SUPERFROG Triathlon was founded in 1979. The challenging course was designed by a group of Navy SEALSs stationed at the US Navy SEALs center in Coronado to both prepare them for the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii and to enhance their training.
For 2016, the race will move to Imperial Beach, just a few miles from its original spot, where it will begin with a two-loop 1.2-mile swim in the open Pacific Ocean. Athletes will then embark on a four-loop, 56-mile bike course that travels along the beach community of Imperial Beach and scenic Highway 75. The course is flat and spectator-friendly along with beautiful ocean views.

The four-loop, 13.1-mile run reflects the beach running that SEALs do in training. Over half the course will include sand with aid stations along the way and at the southern point, a view of the Tijuana Hills. An energetic finish line awaits athletes as they round the iconic "Imperial Beach" sculptor to finish on the beginning of the pier.

Ironman 70.3 Superfrog

Imperial Beach, California, US

The easily accessible, historic seaside resort of Atlantic City is home to world-class sports, cultural and entertainment events. With its world-famous Boardwalk, luxury hotels and stunning beaches, athletes, friends and family can expect to experience the best of what Absecon Island has to offer including casinos, shopping, dining, and entertainment against a stunning backdrop of sea, sun, and sand.

The race begins at sunrise with a 1.2-mile sheltered swim in the beautiful back bays of Atlantic City. Framed by the Atlantic City skyline, spectators may view the entire swim course from the shore. This 2.5x loop bike course will be 99% closed to vehicular traffic and will take athletes INTO Atlantic City via the Atlantic City Expressway, which athletes will ride toll-free! Finally, the 13.1-mile run course features striking views of the Atlantic Ocean on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, a one-of-a-kind race experience for both athletes and spectators.

The 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 Atlantic City will offer qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

Ironman 70.3, Aquabike & Fun Run – Atlantic City

Atlantic City, New Jersey, US
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Ironman Triathlons September 2018

For small-town charm with plenty of personality, it's tough to beat IRONMAN Wisconsin's 75,000 cheering fans. In the bucolic college town of Madison, Wisconsin visitors can enjoy walks through the downtown area and the University of Wisconsin campus. State Street is a bustling small-town destination, providing a range of restaurants, shops, and galleries. The Madison Saturday farmer's market gives athletes and their supporters yet another way to enjoy this rural location with big-city culture.

The one-loop swim takes place in Lake Monona in downtown Madison. Spectators will have a panoramic view of the swim from the Monona Terrace, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The bike course takes riders 16 miles out of town before beginning two 40-mile loops in rural Dane County. The course offers many tough climbs and turns throughout, but athletes will get a lift as they pass through the crowds at the Verona Loop Festival.

Spectator support on the run course is legendary across the IRONMAN race circuit. Athletes will complete two loops, including downtown Madison, the University of Wisconsin campus, Camp Randall Stadium, State Street and the scenic path alongside Lake Mendota.

The 2017 IRONMAN Wisconsin offers 40 qualifying slots for the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Ironman Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin, US
1 race
$250$1,400

IRONMAN Maryland, also known as Chesapeakeman, begins with a 2.4-mile swim in the fresh water of the Choptank River on the Delmarva Peninsula. Water temperatures can vary between 73 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit. The 112-mile bike takes athletes through Dorchester County and into the aforementioned wildlife refuge. The course is flat, fast and scenic. The day finishes with a 26.2-mile run on flat country roads offering numerous straightawaysopportunities for athletes to size up their competition.
One thing that makes this course unique is its 112-mile bike course, taking athletes through the Blackwater National Wildlife Refugea critical waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway and containing nearly one-third of Maryland's tidal wetlands. The refuge consists of over 27,000 acres of freshwater impoundments, tidal wetlands, open fields, and mixed forests. The refuge is also home to over 250 bird species, 35 species of reptiles and amphibians, 165 species of threatened and endangered plants, and numerous mammals that can be spotted throughout the year in the region's marshes, forests, meadows, and fields.

Ironman Maryland

Cambridge, Maryland, US

The site of the 11th race in the IRONMAN U.S. Series, Chattanooga, Tennessee will lure athletes with its dramatic scenery, idyllic weather and low-key southern charm.

IRONMAN Chattanooga will begin with a point to point, 2.4-mile swim in the Tennessee River with ample spectator vantage points alongside the city's famous Riverwalk. Athletes can look forward to a fast, down-current swim. The bike course (116 miles) will head south of town and do two loops in North Georgia with scenic farmland and mountain views. The two-and-a-half loop, 26.2-mile run course will showcase beautiful downtown Chattanooga, Riverview and the North Shore. Overall, expect a fast, rolling course.

According to Chattanooga mayor Andy Berke, the city is already home to a thriving athletic community. "Chattanooga was a natural fit for this event," he says, adding that the race will introduce the city praised by hang-gliding and rock-climbing enthusiasts to a whole new breed of athletes. Berke says he looks forward to seeing how the IRONMAN event grows over the next few years as it builds upon the city's reputation as an outdoor adventure mecca.

The 2018 IRONMAN Chattanooga offers 40 qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Ironman Chattanooga

Chattanooga, Tennessee, US

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