Designed to appeal to both the experienced and novice endurance athlete the race is based in Keswick, with a superb transition area at The Theatre by the Lake. The swim takes place in the crystal clear waters of Derwentwater, generally regarded as the Lake District’s most scenic lakes. Both bike route make their way to the west coast of Cumbria where competitors get to experience a side of the lakes often unvisited by tourists, with mountains on one side and the sea on the other. During the run stage, athletes will have the opportunity to run through superb countryside with views to the likes of Skiddaw and a spectator-friendly section through Keswick town centre. We hope you find all the information you need on our site and we look forward to seeing you in 2024.
This challenging Half Iron course begins with a 1.2 mile swim in the clear waters of Horseshoe Bay.
The 56 mile bike route includes a flat and fast stretch for 13 miles along the shoreline of the bay before a challenging double-loop through the bluff area north of Sturgeon Bay. The route includes 1,290 feet of elevation gain so get ready to use your lower gears. There are a few steep descents where participants will need to get out of the aero position and ride their rear brakes.
The 13.1 mile run course takes participants north to the village of Egg Harbor, through the Harbor Dock area, up Harbor Heights Road, through the retail district of the village, up the infamous Bluff Pass Road (200 foot climb in 1/2 mile), and through the stacked stone fences of Horseshoe Bay Golf Course before a downhill descent to the finish line.
The Door County Peninsula is often referred to as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest.” This popular Midwestern tourist destination offers an abundance of lodging, dining, shopping and entertainment options. The sandy shorelines and majestic bluffs along Green Bay north of Sturgeon Bay provide an ideal setting for a triathlon.
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.
World-famous Jones Beach State Park, home of 6.5 miles of beautiful white-sand beach on the Atlantic Ocean, comprises more than 2,400 acres of maritime environment on the south shore of Long Island.
Jones Beach offers many activities to those who visit the park. They swim in the ocean, stroll the boardwalk, fish, get a bite to eat at one of the many concession stands, visit the Boardwalk Cafe, Dine-in a the Gatsby on the Ocean Restaurant, Enjoy the WildPlay Adventure Park, play miniature golf, shuffleboard, basketball, corn hole, paddle tennis, table tennis, and pickleball.
IRONMAN 70.3 New York is a must-do in 2023!
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.
The Great White North Triathlon takes place at the Allan Beach Resort – Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada on July 3rd, 2022. The race has a long history, taking place every year since 1991, cementing its legendary status on the Canadian triathlon scene. The event is popular, with approximately 800 athletes hitting the water at Hubble Lake each year as they start the race. Athlete support is also excellent, with an enthusiastic 200+ volunteers making sure the day goes smoothly.
The race is also fast. The male course record is a stunning 3 hours, 46 minutes, and 1 second obtained by Jeff Symonds (Penticton, BC) in 2009. The female record has been around for some time, set by the legendary Heather Fuhr (San Diego) in 1993. Heather swept through the course in 4 hours, 14 minutes, and 18 seconds.
Choose from a variety of race distances – Half Distance, Team Half Distance, Olympic Distance, new Sprint, new Try-A-Tri, Aquabike, and Duathlon.The race starts in Lake Windermere, which just sounds cold. It’s the largest natural lake in England and has a maximum depth of 219 feet. There’s probably giant fish there waiting to snack on you. The swim portion is probably the most typical part of this race. The bike route is the standard distance of 112 miles and consists of two loops. However, the total elevation gain for the bike alone is a whopping 13,300 feet! The good news is that T1 and T2 are in the same place. The run route is really the most challenging, but also incredibly beautiful. It is 26 miles long, with an elevation gain of 6,059 feet! The overall elevation gain for this race is 19,291 feet. You’ll feel this the day after the race.
Swim, cycle, and run on this stunning course set in the beautiful Glendhu Bay!
The Integrity Homes Challenge Wanaka Half will utilize tranquil Glendhu Bay for the swim leg. The bike course will take athletes through the stunning Wānaka township, out to Lake Hāwea, and back around to the Red Bridge at Luggate, before returning via Wānaka to Glendhu Bay Station. The breath-taking Bike Glendhu Bike Park will host the run up its scenic and pristine tracks.
The Integrity Homes Challenge Wanaka Half is open to both teams and individuals.