Select the region you'd like to swim, bike and run in below and find the ideal triathlon for you:
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Midwest1 of 26
Including races in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio and Wisconsin.
JCPRD Women's TriathlonSeptember 9, 2017 — Olathe, Kan. 2 of 26
"She swims, she bikes, she runs... She NEVER quits." Sign up for the ninth annual Women's Triathlon, organized by the Johnson County Park & Recreation District and providing a race for women to come together to compete in the sport they love. With a super-sprint distance, sprint triathlon and duathlon, you'll have plenty of options to choose from.
One Last TriSeptember 17, 2017 — White Bear Lake, Minn. 3 of 26
Round out your 2017 campaign with One Last Tri—the last triathlon of the season in the Land of 1,000 Lakes. Swim in one of those lakes, bike along the beautiful shores and run through picturesque scenery in either the sprint or Olympic distance—there's even a team option! Plus, with a shortened swim, you won't have to worry about staying in the chilly Minnesota waters longer than you'd like.
Lake Geneva Escape TriathlonSeptember 23, 2017 — Williams Bay, Wis. 4 of 26
Part of the Escape Series, sign up and enjoy the sixth annual race on Wisconsin's beautiful Lake Geneva. Located between Chicago and Milwaukee, turn your experience into a race-cation. But there's more. With a beach start, bike past Yerkes Observatory and a fun filled finish festival, it's hard to say no to this race.
CyMan TriathlonSeptember 24, 2017 — Bondurant, Iowa 5 of 26
Lake Petoka, triathletes will get a taste of all central Iowa has to offer. With a lake swim, the bike course on paved roadways and closed off by local police and the run course featuring the Chichaqua Valley Trail and ending with a lap around Lake Petoka, this race is safe and fun for the whole family—a perfect way to end your season.
Noblesville Morseman TriathlonSeptember 30, 2017 — Noblesville, Ind. 6 of 26
Formerly TOUGHMAN Indiana at Noblesville, this race offers two distances for multisport lovers as well as standalone swimming and running races—making sure there's an option for everyone. There's even a youth triathlon that will take place in the park during the adult's bike leg.
Northeast7 of 26
Including races in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Indredoubleman TriathlonSeptember 9-10, 2017 — Westcott Beach State Park, N.Y. 8 of 26
What's better than one late season half iron-distance race? How about two in one weekend! At the Incredoubleman, you can do just that (if you want). With one race on Saturday and another on Sunday, many people opt for the true "Incredoubleman Challenge."
Nation's Triathlon—Escape SeriesSeptember 10, 2017 — Washington, D.C. 9 of 26
In the 12th annual event, the course will take triathletes on a winding course through the nation's capital, past some of the best-known memorials and national treasures. Swim in the Potomac River, bike past historic sights and run along Independence Avenue for the race of a lifetime.
Toughman TriathlonSeptember 17, 2017 — Harriman State Park, N.Y. 10 of 26
This growing race series finishes off its season with a championship race in Harriman, New York. Located entirely within Harriman State Park, this race starts with a swim in Lake Welch before heading out on a two-loop, largely flat bike course and net elevation loss run (which means make sure you practice that leg turnover!). This race attracts high-caliber age groupers, so make sure you bring your "A" game.
Colby TriathlonSeptember 23, 2017 — Sidney, Maine 11 of 26
Swim in Maine's Messalonskee Lake before the cooler water temperatures in an annual race held to support the Colby College Nordic Ski Team. As just a sprint-distance race, the Colby Triathlon is perfect for newcomers getting their feet wet, as well as veterans wanting to supplement their training before their last longer-distance race of the year.
Zoot Westchester TriathlonSeptember 24, 2017 — Rye, N.Y. 12 of 26
After 32 years, you know this race is going to go off without a hitch. Often the last race of the season for local triathletes, swim in the Long Island Sound, bike the famous Claires Climb and run the picturesque streets of Rye before celebrating a whole season's worth of accomplishments with your fellow competitors.
Osprey Sprint TriathlonSeptember 30, 2017 — Snow Hill, Md. 13 of 26
Race to help protect the bays behind Ocean City, Maryland and Assateague Island in this annual triathlon perfect for newcomers and veterans alike. In a shortened sprint—half mile swim, 15-mile bike and 3.1-mile run—it's a race you can add to your schedule on the fly. And, with a relay option, there's really no excuse not to sign up for this year's race!
South14 of 26
Including races in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
Lake Lanier Islands Sprint TriathlonSeptember 24, 2017 — Lake Lanier Island, Ga. 15 of 26
Round out your triathlon season on Georgia's Lake Lanier Island resort as you swim in the man-made lake, bike through the trees and run along the shore of the Southeast's most popular lake. Plus, with temperatures cooling off in September, it'll be the perfect time to tri.
Marco Island TriathlonOctober 1, 2017 — Marco Island, Fla. 16 of 26
You can't beat October in in the Sunshine state. Add in a swim in the Gulf of Mexico, bike through stunning Key Marco and run on the hard-packed sand of Sandy Beach and you've got an opportunity you can't pass up. With individual and relay races, the Marco Island Triathlon is the perfect race to turn into a vacation for the whole family.
IRONMAN 70.3 AustinOctober 29, 2017 — Austin, Texas 17 of 26
With one of the only indoor finishes on the IRONMAN circuit, participants are in for a unique experience at Texas' state capital. The live music capital of the world, Austin is the perfect setting for a triathlon. Athletes start their 70.3 miles with a swim in Decker Lake, perfect for those not yet comfortable with open ocean waters. Pass through rolling Texas farmlands on the bike before wrapping up the race in Walter E. Long Park and along the Decker Lake shores before coming across the finish line inside the Luedecke Arena—perfect for friends and family to escape the Texas heat and watch you achieve your goals.
Callaway Santa Claus ClassicDecember 2, 2017 — Pine Mountain, Ga. 18 of 26
Sign up for the unique opportunity to swim, bike and run through Georgia's Callaway Gardens during its Fantasy in Lights that begins after 5 p.m. The easy course is great for anyone and even includes marshmallow, chocolate, and candy cane miles—now that's something we can get on board with.
Christmas Sprint TriathlonDecember 17, 2017 — Naples, Fla. 19 of 26
It's never too cold to tri if you live in Florida. Known for its moderate temperate throughout the year, extend your race season to include this swim, bike, run on your calendar. Plus, what's more fun than a sprint triathlon during your Christmas break? More into spectating than racing? Fans will have an elevated view of the course from the elevated Margaret A. Sugden Amphitheater, so they can cheer on loved ones from start to finish.
West20 of 26
Including races in Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
Wildlife Loop TriathlonSeptember 9, 2017 — Custer, S.D. 21 of 26
If you're looking for one last 70.3 race to round out your season—you're in luck! Nestled in Custer State Park in the beautiful Black Hills, the Wildlife Loop Triathlon lives up to its name as you're bound to see your fair share of animals while out on the swim, bike and run. Not up to a full 70.3? Custer also offers an Olympic distance race, as well as an aquabike option for those that aren't into running.
IRONMAN 70.3 Santa CruzSeptember 10, 2017 — Santa Cruz, Calif. 22 of 26
Once known as the Big Kahuna Triathlon, IRONMAN 70.3 Santa Cruz is one of California's longest-running races. Plus, it's the perfect race for those new to 70.3 racing with a year-round temperate climate and views to die for. Swim on Santa Cruz's Main Beach, bike along the California coastline and run along the Natural Bridges State Park and Wilder Ranch State Park on your way to the finish line at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
Brineman TriathlonsSeptember 16, 2017 — Syracuse, Utah 23 of 26
With a variety of distances to choose from, the Brineman Triathlons is the perfect race to close out your season with. Swim in the freshwater of Still Water Lake Ski Lakes, bike along the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island State Park causeway and wrap it up with a run on paved walking trails along the farmlands of Syracuse. You might even see a few Buffalo roaming as you go by—who can pass that up?
IRONMAN 70.3 SuperfrogSeptember 24, 2017 — Coronado, Calif. 24 of 26
A triathlon benefitting many military-friendly charities (including the Navy SEAL Foundation), the SUPERFROG is a long-standing San Diego race that takes part along the same shores and roads used by Navy SEALs during training. Expect a cold swim followed by pancake flat bike and run legs—the perfect opportunity to push yourself in honor of those who serve our country.
HITS Championship Palm SpringsDecember 2-3, 2017 — Palm Springs, Calif. 25 of 26
You can't get more of a later season 70.3 here in the States than the HITS Championship in Palm Springs. With a calm swim and speedy bike and run courses—you can get in that half iron-distance PR just in time to trim the tree and fill up on holiday cookies guilt-free.