7 Indoor Triathlons for Winter
Eau Claire Indoor TriathlonEau Claire, Wisconsin - December 7, 2013 1 of 7
Good luck getting outside for a December triathlon in Wisconsin. Instead, head to Eau Claire and take part in this 50-minute triathlon with a 10-minute swim, a 25-minute bike ride and a 15-minute run on an indoor track. Most distance covered wins it.
CORE Indoor Sprint TriathlonLemont, Illinois - January 12, 2014 2 of 7
Featuring a 10-minute swim, a 15-minute bike and a 15-minute run, this quick indoor triathlon is part of the larger Midwest Indoor Sprint Triathlon series in the Chicagoland area. The series lasts from November through March.
Tri to Help Indoor Triathlon Epilepsy FundraiserEnfield, Connecticut - January 18, 2014 3 of 7
Photo by Annie Riker
A 10-minute lap pool swim, a 30-minute ride on a spin bike and a 20-minute treadmill run makes up the competition, with performance measured by total distance covered. All proceeds raised go to the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Epilepsy Center.
t2coaching Indoor TriathlonFort Collins, Colorado - Various Dates 4 of 7
A four-race series from January-April consists of a 15-minute swim, 15-minute bike and 15-minute run at the Fort Collins Club. It's a great way to get your multi-sport fix during the cold Colorado winters.
Bradley Indoor TriathlonPeoria, Illinois - February 15, 2014 5 of 7
Put on by the Bradley University triathlon club, this is a 60-minute triathlon that features 10 minutes of swimming in the pool with a 10-minute transition. Then, a 20-minute stationary bike ride, a 5-minute T2 and a 15-minute run rounds out the day. Collegiate and open champions will be crowned.
Tri to Help Maryland Indoor TriathlonBaltimore, Maryland - February 22, 2014 6 of 7
With proceeds going to the John Hopkins Pediatric Epilepsy Center, this race gives you 60 minutes of multi-sport fun inside the Merritt Athletic Club. Individual races and relay teams are both options.