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.

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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!

Stoneman Sprint:
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.

Abe’s Olympic:
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!

Sprint Triathlon
750M swim / 20k bike / 5k run
Sprint Aquabike
750M swim / 20k bike
Olympic Triathlon
1 mile swim / 40k bike / 10k run
Olympic Aquabike
1-mile swim / 40k bike

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 Big Shark New Town Triathlon has quickly become one of the best multisport races in the Midwest. Set in the idyllic community of New Town St Charles, the Big Shark New Town Triathlon features a course that’s perfect for the first-timer, age grouper, or veteran racer. Great amenities, easy transitions, fast splits, and outstanding event production quality all make the Big Shark New Town Triathlon one of the most popular events of the season. You will swim a distance of .62 miles, bike 20 miles, and run 4 miles on the Long Course event or a .3 mile swim, 15-mile bike, and 2-mile run on the Sprint Course.

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.

A pinnacle event on the Australian sporting calendar, the Garmin Noosa tri is ranked one of the world’s top 10 triathlons for good reason. When the best athletes, the biggest competitor field, the beautiful beach-side vibe, and the week-long festivities of Noosa all come together, there’s nowhere else you’ll want to be.

2XU Swim Course
1500m oblong swim in the beautiful clear waters of Laguna Bay off iconic Noosa Main Beach. Athletes will swim in an anti-clockwise direction with the first turn buoy at 610 meters, with swimmers completing three left-hand turns and a right turn before returning to shore. Be sure not to be too distracted by the local sea turtles!

Bike Course
40km out and back giving you just a taste of the lush Noosa hinterland. You’ll get a unique chance to take in all that the Noosa area has to offer.  The course features the infamous 2km Garmin Hill Climb 10km into the ride, you’ll need to use your leg power here!

ASICS Run Course
10km of fast and flat roads along Noosa Parade, with the crowds cheering you on all the way to the finish line. 5 Aid stations out on the course will keep you well-hydrated and get you to the famous Noosa Tri Blue Carpet finish line.

Transition
Situated on the soft green grass of Noosa Lions Park, the transition is divided into two areas…individuals and teams. Your color-coded ID wristband will allow you access but you have to remember where you racked your bike!

Experience one of the most memorable days of your sporting career by rising to the challenge of the Alpe d’Huez Triathlon M. The mythic 21 bends of Alpe d’Huez are yours for the taking, with exceptional surroundings and a joyous atmosphere. The legend is yours!

This tough race is manageable for all triathletes, an ideal challenge for triathlon clubs, and a personal adventure to share with family and friends. The Alpe d’Huez climb, tackled by the triathletes over the course of the afternoon, is at its best in this special accessible format. However what makes this Alpe d’Huez Triathlon M unforgettable is the magic of the Alps in general, from the stunning Lac du Verney to the picturesque Col de Sarenne at 1800m altitude.

1,2km SWIM
28km BIKE
6,7km RUN

The weather in November is lovely and warm for escaping the northern winter and perfect for racing. You’ll swim in the crystal clear Atlantic waters of Hamilton Harbour, cycle the fast city street circuit, and run along picturesque Front Street with its colorful buildings.

Bermuda is only 90 mins flight from the US east coast and 2 hours from Toronto, yet it will feel like a world away.