Revolution3 QuassyJune 3, 2018 in Middlebury, Connecticut 1 of 12
Swim, bike and run your way through Middlebury's scenic rolling hills and challenging climbs to gorgeous hilltop views. Then blow off steam on the south shore of Lake Quassapaug at the Quassy Amusement Park, from which the race derives its name. Athletes who sign up can race in the morning then spend the rest of the day screaming their heads off on rides such as the "Yo-Yo" Super Swing, "The Big Flush Water Coaster" and "Grand Carousel."
Philadelphia Escape TriathlonJune 24, 2018 in Philadelphia 2 of 12
Apart of the Escape Series, the Philadelphia Escape is recognized as a premiere triathlon festival. In its 13th year, the event features three days of activities, including a multisport expo and sprint distance race, as well as the Olympic-distance tri that snakes through a scenic but challenging course in Fairmount Park.
Revolution3 WilliamsburgJuly 8, 2018 in Williamsburg, Va. 3 of 12
Providing spectacular spectator swim course views, the Judith Stewart Dresser Memorial Bridge is the perfect setting for the Williamsburg edition of the Rev3 triathlon series. And after leaving the water, triathletes will be treated to the rural roads of Williamsburg along the newly completed Virginia Capital Trail. While the start and finish will provide a challenge to racers, the majority of the course is fast and flat, providing a great setting for a fun race.
Columbia Threadneedle Investments Boston TriathlonJuly 22, 2018 in Boston 4 of 12
This one-of-a-kind race includes a variety of sceneries bound to keep you entertained the entire swim, bike run. With beaches, paths and well-paved—and more importantly, closed—roads, enjoy the great city of Boston while also getting your tri on.
USA Triathlon Collegiate Club National ChampionshipsApril 26-27, 2019 in TBD 5 of 12
Are you part of a college triathlon team? Collegiate club nationals is a great place to test your fitness against other students who have a similar swim, bike, run passion. There are standard Olympic-distance, draft-legal and relay options available.
Southwest Aqua TriathlonMay 5, 2019 in Lubbock, Texas 6 of 12
The Southwest Aqua Triathlon is perfect for beginners and experienced triathletes alike with its slightly unorthodox format. The swim is conducted as a time trial at an indoor pool before transitioning to an 18-mile bike leg and standard 5K run. For anyone who is nervous about an open water swim, looking for a different type of triathlon or practice run for another race later in your season, this is the tri for you.
Muncie May Olympic TriMay 11, 2019 in East Selma, Indiana 7 of 12
The super popular Muncie May Olympic triathlon starts on the serene waters of Prairie Creek Reservoir, and the bike and run courses weave through gorgeous scenery among the trees. The wetsuit-legal race has a history of selling out, so act quickly to guarantee a spot.
Folsom Lake International TriathlonMay 11, 2019 in Granite Bay, California 8 of 12
The Folsom Lake International triathlon starts on Granite Beach in Folsom Lake, and features a lake swim, single-lap bike course and a trail run on popular nearby trails. After you land your next PR, enjoy the hot, post-race meal and free massage tailored for athletes.
Monte Rio TriathlonMay 13, 2019 in Monte Rio, California 9 of 12
A race that has grown in popularity over the years, the Monte Rio Triathlon takes place amongst ancient redwoods, with the course running along the lazy Russian River and through Sonoma's coastal river region. Gather the family and plan a "racecation" at this stunning destination race.
Buffman and Squeaky Olympic TriathlonMay 19, 2019 in Lubbock, Texas 10 of 12
If you are looking for a hot but not humid race environment, the semi-arid conditions and highs up to 90 degrees means you won't sweat in the shade. However, because of the extreme conditions sometimes experienced—the record high was 113 degrees in 1994—there are plenty of race protocols and policies about what to do in dangerous conditions.
St. Louis TriathlonMay 19, 2019 in Maryland Heights, Mo. 11 of 12
Self-described as one of the flattest and fastest triathlons in the Midwest area, the St. Louis Triathlon takes Place in beautiful Creve Coeur Park. A spectator-friendly race, the bike course and run feature multiple viewing points where your support crew can cheer you to a new PR.