The Steamboat Triathlon features a sprint distance, olympic distance, and aquabike. The swim starts off in the picturesque Lake Catamount. Triathletes will then quickly transition to the bike course with amazing views of the Yampa Valley and River! The olympic distance course will take athletes out to the historic Howelsen, while the sprint distance will feature a brand new single loop course. The run course hugs Lake Catamount for a flat and fast route which finishes back at the Lake!
Hang out post race in the grassy lawns and enjoy great prizes, raffles, awards, and food from our local sponsors of Steamboat! Race is capped at 500 participants for all the event combined, please join us for one of Colorado’s most intimate destination events!
Desert’s Edge weekend includes an XTERRA Tri on Saturday, your choice of Sprint or Olympic distance road Tris on Sunday, and $1,000 in Club Cash Prizes split among the top-3 clubs in the weekend’s point standings!
Camping is available right at the race site, just 200 yards from the start and finish line. Enjoy great post-race food, and a fun early fall weekend of the 2017 season. All just a few short hours from Denver!
REGISTRATION DETAILS: Your registration includes: Deserts Edge Triathlon visor hat* made by Headsweats, $10 meal ticket to any of the food vendors on site, plenty of goodies from our sponsors, and a chance for some post-race raffle goods and podium prizes! * Register by 05/30/2017 to be guaranteed a hat! *
Silverthorne, CO Join us in the shadows of the Gore Range and along the Blue River in Beautiful Silverthorne, Colorado. The swim begins at North Pond (open water), while the bike course trails along HWY 9. Finish with a strong run along the Blue River and HWY 9 for an altitude driven competition you can’t miss. You provide the training, we’ll provide the post race beer. See you all in the mountains!
Legend Sprint: 400 yard Swim, 12 mile Bike, 5k Run
The 10th annual Summer OPEN Sprint Triathlon is the kick off to the Colorado Triathlon Season, and we kick it off in style! It’s time to dust off the bike and pull the wetsuit out of the closet for this Colorado spring classic. This race, takes place at Union Reservoir in Longmont! From beginners tackling their first event to veterans tuning up for a competitive season the Summer OPEN is about friends and teammates, smiling and cheering.
Men’s or woman’s cut technical t-shirts are back in our traditional Summer OPEN “Red”. Great goodie bags, one of our biggest expos of the year, a ton of raffles, and closed bike and run course are just some of the highlights. This race is capped at 500 athletes to maintain a fun, yet lively, and laid back feel. Due to the low cap we’ve sold out the past 7 years so be be sure to take advantage of early registration.
Break out of your usual workout routine and fill your morning with 60 minutes of swim, bike and run in the indoor USATri60 event Saturday, March 4 in the Olympic City, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Starting at 7 a.m., participants will complete 10 minutes of swimming, 30 minutes of cycling on stationary bikes and 20 minutes of running or walking on a treadmill — all indoors at the Olympic Training Center. This new event is perfect for beginners and experienced triathletes.
Back for its fourth year Tri The Boat is better than ever with some great course changes including a new transition area, new swim course layout and all new run courses which utilize the crushed gravel and picturesque trail system that surrounds Stagecoach Reservoir. In addition, Tri The Boat has been designated as the 2017 USA Triathlon Rocky Mountain Long Course Championship on Sunday.
Set against the backdrop of the Yampa Valley and the beautiful water of Stagecoach Reservoir, these races offer spectacular surroundings and challenging competition.
USA Triathlon is thrilled to host Age Group Nationals in Omaha for the second consecutive year. The event saw over 3300 finishers in 2016 at Levi Carter Park. Todd Buckingham and Alissa Doehla captured Olympic-Distance titles in 2016 while Kirsten Sass and Christopher Douglas captured Sprint titles. Visit the 2016 Olympic-Distance and Sprint recaps to relive the action.
Athletes attending Age Group Nationals can expect to find the following enhancements when they race in Omaha:
Two-lap Olympic-distance run course (course will be entirely contained within Levi Carter park)
Addition of a portable restroom on the run course
Increased shade areas within the venue
Revamped shuttle system from hotels and off-site parking lots
Improved traffic and parking flow on race morning
Improved spectator viewing and video area between the expo and transition
Increased food truck presence and offerings
Modified swim exit ramp for easier exit from the water
Earlier race start on Saturday and Sunday (7 a.m. CT)