8 Late-Season Tris to Finish Your Year

8 Late-Season Tris to Finish Your Year

By Ryan Wood

Looking to fit one more triathlon into your schedule? These eight late-season tris will give you a final challenge before the winter hits.

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White Sand

White Sand Triathlon

Panama City Beach, Florida — October 15

This is the second of two White Sand tris (the other is in the spring). The race is a 600-meter Gulf of Mexico swim, a 16-mile bike ride along the coast and a 5K run. Learn More ?

Emerald Isle

Emerald Isle Triathlon

Emerald Isle, North Carolina — October 15

This race features a 750-meter ocean swim, a 19.3K bike ride and a 5K run along the coast. The event is put on for the eighth straight year by the Emerald Isle Parks and Rec department. Learn More ?

Ironman 70.3 Miami

Miami, Florida — October 30

This is one of the fall's top destination races. The average temperature for both air and water in Miami is 78 degrees during October. Learn More ?


TriLanai Triathlon

Lanai City, Hawaii — October 29

The off-road sprint tri gives you breathtaking scenery on Lanai, one of Hawaii's smaller islands. Learn More ?

Las Vegas

5150 Lake Las Vegas

Henderson, Nevada — October 2

Hit all of Henderson's best spots when you swim at Lake Las Vegas Resort, bike through Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and run the lake Las Vegas Loews resort area. Learn More ?

Blue Water

Blue Water Triathlon

Parker, Arizona — November 6

Taking place at the Blue Water Resort and Casino, the race offers a long course and a sprint course for individuals and relays. Learn More ?


Turkey Triathlon 2011

San Dimas, California — November 27

Burn off the Thanksgiving feast! This event, east of Los Angeles, awards finishers with a medal and a tech T-shirt. Learn More ?


Tinsel Triathlon

Hemet, California — December 11

Give a reverse tri a try before ringing in 2012. A 5K run is followed by a 12-mile bike ride and finishes with a quick 150-meter swim in a heated pool. Learn More ?

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