- Race Results
7 Early-Season Triathlons
UCLA IronBruin Triathlon 2014
Los Angeles, California - March 2, 2014 1 of 8
This sprint distance triathlon is held on the UCLA campus and features a pool swim as well as a bike and run course that takes participants past the university's landmarks including Pauley Pavilion and the Bruin Bear.
2014 SUPERSEAL & SEAL Spring Triathlons
Coronado, California - March 14, 2014 2 of 8
This challenging event offers two race distances: a sprint and the Superseal, both of which include a swim in the Silver Strand State Beach Bay, a bike on Highway 75 and run on a dirt trail. All proceeds, after the costs of the triathlon, go to the SEAL-Naval Special Warfare Family Foundation, the Optimists Club of Coronado and the Islander Sports Foundation.
9th Annual Wildman Triathlon Festival
Orlando, Florida - March 15, 2014 3 of 8
Swim in Lake Mary Jane, bike on a flat and fast course and run along a course that is 90 percent shaded by over hanging trees. This year, the Wildman Triathlon will one of the events on the Florida Collegiate Triathlon Conference calendar.
2014 Havasu Triathlon
Lake Havasu City, Arizona - March 22, 2014 4 of 8
Escape the winter weather and head to Lake Havasu, the "spring break capitol of the US." Swim in Lake Havasu, take on a challenging bike course with two steep, but mercifully short hills and finish with a flat, fast run. Individual and relay sprint races will also be held.
New Orleans Triathlon & Big Easy Sprint
New Orleans, Louisana - March 30, 2014 5 of 8
This triathlon and sprint begins and ends at South Shore Harbor on the banks of Lake Pontchartrain and is the perfect way to train for the 2014 Oschsner Ironman 70.3 New Orleans event held two weeks later.
Redwood City, California - March 9, 2014 6 of 8
Stanford University Triathlon Team
This sprint-distance triathlon begins with a 500-meter open water swim through the protected cove of the port of Redwood City, followed by a 20K bike ride on a fast and flat three-loop course and ending with a 5K out-and-back run on Seaport Boulevard.
Fairhope, Alabama - May 31, 2014 7 of 8
This springtime race begins with racers jumping from a dock into Mobile Bay, where they'll then swim beside the historical Fairhope Pier. After the swim, triathletes bike 18 miles through the city of Fairhope and finish with a 3.1-mile run along Mobile Bay. After the race, head to the party.