You have completed a few triathlons and feel accomplished, it was hard getting out there and learning how to do a Tri. Sure, they are still hard, but you feel comfortable in doing a Sprint or even an Olympic. Your friends and family think you’re a superhero and you feel like one. But you’ve watched “those people” who have challenged themselves beyond shorter races, by taking on the half distance or (gulp), the ultra 140.6 distance. “Those people” are hard-core with their fancy tri-bikes, aero-helmets and top-of-the-line wetsuits and you could never be one of them.
Somewhere along the way you started hearing a small voice, who whispered, “Maybe, just maybe, you COULD be one of those people”. You start to wonder if you have it in you to finish a half or even, by some miracle, an ultra 140.6 mile triathlon. Before long you are reading race reports, talking with new friends in the triathlon community about their experiences, starting to plan out months and months of training, ready to challenge yourself beyond what you used to think was possible.
If this is YOU, and let’s be honest, we both know it is, Michigan Titanium is the perfect venue to push your limits and become one of “those people”. You don’t need a fancy bike, the latest gear or pay rising costs of branded races. You simply need the desire and commitment to train and dedicate yourself to the goal of covering 140.6 miles and crossing the Michigan Titanium finish line and earning the right to call yourself a TITAN.
In partnership with Carlyle Lake, the City of Carlyle, Il, and the US Army Corps of Engineers, MSE Racing is proud to bring to you the 2nd Annual Carlyle Lake Triathlon.
Experience an exciting rolling beach start for the beautiful Carlyle Lake swim, transitioning to a flat, scenic bike course over the plains of Illinois. The run takes you on rolling country roads to finish coming over the spillway at the end with a view of the largest man-made lake in Illinois.
You’ll revel in the famously flat and fast roads of Carlyle, the view over the spillway of the dam, and much, much more!!
Join us for the 3rd annual 370 Lakeside Triathlon! Enjoy the flattest, fastest course starting in beautiful 370 Lakeside Park! Enjoy a beach start, amazing country roads in St. Charles County, and a run that includes the park trails. We offer a variety of race options from a 5k run, super sprint or sprint for newbies, up to half distance! And this is a USAT Sanctioned Event.
MSE Racing is thrilled to carry on the energetic efforts of Steve O’Connor and TriHarder Promotions as we bring you the new LAKE SPRINGFIELD TRIATHLON!
All of the same, awesome courses!
Swim is 500 yards in Lake Springfield at the Lindsay Bridge Boat ramp.
Bike is 12 miles on gently rolling and flat prairie.
Run is 3.1 miles on gently rolling and flat prairie.
Swim is .9 miles in Lake Springfield at the Lindsay Bridge Boat Ramp
Bike is 24.8 miles on gently rolling and flat prairie roads.
Run is 6.2 miles on gently rolling, shaded and flat prairie roads.
Route 66 Half:
Swim is 1.2 miles in Lake Springfield at the Lindsay Bridge Boat Ramp
Bike is 56 miles on gently rolling and flat prairie roads.
Run is 13.1 miles on gently rolling, shaded and flat prairie roads.
Race in the most beautiful venue that is just a stone’s throw from St. Louis! Innsbrook Resort is full of breathtaking views, lakes, and wooded acres. The swim is in gorgeous Alpine Lake followed by a fast bike on country roads. Your race ends with a challenging run taking you up and down a couple of gravel hills with the majority of the run miles on shady, grassy paths. Unique and wonderful!
We offer sprint and Olympic distances with Aquabike and relay options!
750M swim / 20k bike / 5k run
750M swim / 20k bike
1 mile swim / 40k bike / 10k run
1-mile swim / 40k bike
The U.S. Virgin Island of St. Croix will again be home to a major triathlon, on November 27, 2022. This will mark the 33rd year our beautiful island has hosted athletes from around the world, making this course one of the longest-running triathlons on record. Home to previous races such as “America’s Paradise Triathlon” and “IRONMAN 70.3® St. Croix”, St. Croix’s race is a must-do event for triathletes worldwide. A gorgeous swim in warm tropical water transitions to a scenic yet challenging ride that takes athletes along St Croix’s infamous South Shore. The run goes east from Cramer Park to Point Udall, the eastern-most point of the United States. Athletes are cheered on by residents, volunteers and entertainers across the island, and festivities occur throughout the day and night in Christiansted.
End the season with this fun fall themed event. This race will be fast. USAT sanctioned, and It’s conveniently located near the Salt Lake Valley. Tooele has a great venue to accommodate this end-of-season triathlon with the flare of Halloween to set the mood for the rest of the month.