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Nautica Malibu Triathlon

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The Malibu Triathlon is an iconic event in one of the most beautiful locations in the world, bringing together athletes, celebrities, and Fortune 500 Corporations, for one common goal - to raise awareness and provide key funds for Pediatric Cancer Research at CHLA.

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Olympic Distance
Sat 25th Sep 2021

Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km, Run 10km

Classic Distance
Sun 26th Sep 2021

Swim 0.5mi, Bike 17mi, Run 4mi

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Dennis Karmazyn
Dennis Karmazyn
02/09/2019
What time does the 10K start on September 14th… read more
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Route description

Long Distance Course
Our 2019 course will be one of the most scenic in country! Designed by the co-creator of Mike and Rob’s Most Excellent Triathlon, (for those of you “old school” triathletes out there – for the younger folks – it was SoCal’s only Ironman Qualifier).

Swim parallel to Zuma Beach – Bike on the coastal rolling hills of Malibu and fast flat farmlands of Ventura County, and finish with a fast flat spectator friendly run alongside the Pacific Ocean. Our priority is you the athlete, first and foremost!

Olympic Distance Course
The Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Bank of America Merrill Olympic Distance race course features a 1.5K Pacific Ocean swim, a 40K out-and-back bike course along the Pacific Coast Highway, and a 10K out-and-back run course on pavement and blacktop along the sands of Zuma Beach. The course goes through some of the most beautiful roads in Malibu, with spectacular views of the mountains and the Pacific Ocean. The race will take place on Saturday, September 14th, 2019.

Classic Distance Course
The Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Bank of America Classic Distance course on Sunday, September 15th, 2019 features a half-mile ocean swim, a 17 mile out-and-back bike course, and a 4-mile out-and-back run course. The course goes through some of the most beautiful roads in Malibu, with spectacular views of the mountains and the Pacific Ocean.

Aquabike Course
The Aquabike category is a combination of swimming and biking. This new category in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon brings together a variety of different racers. The Aquabike event is for athletes who cannot run long distance anymore or are recovering from an injury, strong swimmers/cyclists, or anyone who love’s the multi-sport lifestyle, and prefers not to run. The Aquabike category will consist of a 1.5K Pacific Ocean Swim and a 40K out-and-back bike along the Pacific Coast Highway.

Logistics and schedule

Zuma Beach parking lots open at 4:00am on race day. Athletes planning to park in these lots should plan to arrive no later than 5:00am. Transitions opens at 5:00am and closes at 6:30am. All athletes must be out of transitions by the closing time.

Packet Pickup
Race day packet pick-up on Saturday morning before the Olympic and Long Course races or on Sunday morning before the Classic Sprint distance is available for $25. Participants can purchase this option by visiting their ACTIVE MyEvents account and clicking "Purchase merchandise" and selecting "Pick up on Race Day".

Friday, September 13th
Transitions will open at 1:00pm. Long Course and Olympic athletes are able to rack their bikes overnight (there will be security). It is mandatory for Long Course participants who are not paying for race day packet pick-up to rack their bikes on Friday. Transitions will close at 6:00pm.

Saturday, September 14th
Transitions will open at 5:00am for Long Course and Olympic athletes. Transitions will close at 6:30am. All athletes must be out of transitions at this time.

Transitions will reopen at 1:00pm. Classic Sprint athletes are able to rack their bikes overnight (there will be security). Transitions will close at 5:00pm.

Sunday, September 15th
Transitions will open at 5:00am for Classic Sprint athletes. Transitions will close at 6:30am. All athletes must be out of transitions at this time. All equipment must be removed from Transitions at 10:00am on Sunday.

Spectators

Spectators on Saturday should park at Malibu High School at 30215 Morning View Dr., or at Point Dume. Otherwise, you can park on the mountain side of Westward Beach Rd. (NO PARKING along the beachside), and walk to the main event site.

There are bleachers located at lifeguard tower 10 on the boardwalk which is directly behind the transition area. Athletes will pass through the transition area as they transition from the swim portion to the bike portion and again from the bike portion to the run portion. There are bleachers located at the finish line as well! If you are going to watch the bikers along Pacific Coast Highway or along the Run Course, please be mindful of the participants and stay behind the barricades and pennant. Go Racers!

How to get there

Winding Way, Malibu, CA 90265, USA

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FROM THE VALLEY
Take the 101 Freeway to Kanan Rd. and go south (Pacific Ocean is south via Kanan) to Pacific Coast Highway (12 miles). Turn Right on PCH. The Zuma Beach Parking Lot is approximately ¾ miles North on your left hand side. There are two entrances into the Zuma Parking Lot, you can make a left turn toward the main gate or use the right lane on PCH to turn right, and go through the tunnel underneath PCH.

FROM LOS ANGELES
Take the 10 west to PCH north. Head north on PCH for 20 miles and the Zuma Beach Parking Lot will be on your left hand side. There are two entrances into the Zuma Parking Lot, you can make a left turn toward the main gate or use the right lane on PCH to turn right, and go through the tunnel underneath PCH.

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Dennis Karmazyn
Dennis Karmazyn
02/09/2019
What time does the 10K start on September 14th
Steph Ede
Steph Ede
04/09/2019
Hi there. Thanks for getting in touch. The 10k run is part of the Olympic Distance Triathlon course. The First Wave will start the swim at 7:10am and the Final Wave at 7:45am. The cut-off time to start the run is 11:10am! :)
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Olympic Distance
Sat 25th Sep 2021
Classic Distance
Sun 26th Sep 2021

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