Mark your calendars and lace up your shoes because Trizou is making its grand return to the historic University of Missouri Campus in Columbia, MO. Once recognized as the nation’s largest pool triathlon, this esteemed event is set on reclaiming its title and continues to be an emblematic part of Columbia’s athletic legacy.

The Trizou for MS Triathlon offers an array of race categories catering to participants of all ages and skill levels:

Weekend of Events! Friday Evening, Saturday Morning-Afternoon-and Evening!

Set against the backdrop of the iconic University of Missouri, participants will be treated to a picturesque route that not only challenges but also delights. Whether you’re a triathlon veteran, a budding athlete, or someone looking to tick this off your bucket list, the Trizou for MS Triathlon promises an experience like no other. It’s not just a race; it’s a celebration of endurance, community, and the indomitable human spirit.

With its blend of competitiveness and inclusivity, the event is both beginner-friendly and fiercely contested. We’re thrilled to bring this beloved triathlon back to Columbia and can’t wait to see old faces and new participants at the starting line. Join us in making history once again!

In partnership with St. Louis County Parks, the beautiful City of Maryland Heights, and MoDOT – MSE Racing is proud to return the fastest, most electrifying triathlon in the Midwest.  This is a USAT Sanctioned Event.

Taking place at the scenic and local favorite, Creve Coeur Park, the Lou Fusz Subaru St. Louis Triathlon is ideal for both veterans and those new to the multi-sport experience.

A race like no other, with YOUR experience as our primary focus.  At the Lou Fusz Subaru St. Louis Triathlon, every athlete is a champion!

5K Run/Walk

Sprint Triathlon
750m swim / 20k bike / 5k run

Sprint Aquabike
​750m swim / 20k bike

Sprint Duathlon
3k Run / 20k Bike / 5k Run

Sprint Relay​​
750m swim / 20k bike / 5k run

Sprint Paratriathlon
750m swim / 20km bike / 5km run 

Olympic Triathlon
​​1 mile swim / 40k bike / 10k run

Olympic Aquabike
1 mile swim / 40k bike


Olympic Duathlon​​
5k run / 40k bike / 10k run

Olympic Relay​​
1 mile swim / 40k bike / 10k run

Olympic Paratriathlon
1 mile swim / 40k bike

High School Sprint
750M Swim / 20k Bike / 3.1 mile run

Athena/Clydesdale Sprint​​
750M Swim / 20k Bike / 3.1 mile run 

Athena/Clydesdale Olympic
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1 mile swim / 40k bike / 10k run

The Broken Sword Triathlon in Clarksville, AR offers a Sprint distance, with Solo and Relay Team options in the beautiful Ozark Mountain foothills that feature a FAST and scenic course, one-of-a-kind finisher medal, awards, prizes and an epic finish-line festival that both participants and spectators will enjoy!  The Broken Sword Triathlon benefits Clarksville Parks & Recreation.

The Sprint Triathlon distances will be a 500 meter Swim, a 15-mile Bike, and a 5K (3.1mi) Run.

Swim Course:
The swim is an open water swim at Lake Ludwig, located about 5 miles north of town off of Hwy. 21. The course will be a point-to-point loop starting at the beach area and ending at the boat ramp. It will be marked with buoys and other directional signage.

Transition 1: The T1 area is in the parking lot as you come up the boat ramp. The transition exit to bike will be at the parking entrance onto the road.

Bike Course:
The bike course is on paved roads with beautiful scenery of the Ozark Mountains. The first half of the course is a FAST ride with rolling downhill terrain. The second section goes through downtown and the University of the Ozarks campus, then back out into the countryside that features rolling hills and finishes with a gradual and flat ride back into downtown.

Transition 2: The T2 area is a parking lot downtown. You will enter from the road after you go around the courthouse square and exit the parking lot to quickly hop on the trail for the run.

Run Course:
The run is an out-and-back course on the Spadra Creek Nature Trail that features a flat paved trail with a pasture and wooded setting and finishes downtown with great spectator viewing and an awesome finish line party!

Sprint Distance
500 Meter Swim, 20k Bike, 5k Run
Olympic Distance
1500 Meter Swim, 40k Bike, 10k Run
It’s time to fall in love with swimming, biking, and running at the Eiffel Tower Triathlon! Come visit the charming town of Paris, IL for their triathlon which sports a fantastic course with awesome race swag themed in a memorable landmark of Paris!
All Eiffel Tower Triathletes will receive all of the following awesome gear/experiences!
– A comfy 50/50 Eiffel Tower Triathlon t-shirt*
– A custom-printed bib#
– A race swim cap
– The coolest post-race Eiffel Tower awards for overall and age group athletes
– Post-race food and refreshments
– Chip timing to calculate your 5 splits
– Custom-printed finisher receipts

Course

Swim
– Olympic – The swim will be a 2 lap course of 750 meters per lap
– Sprint – The swim will be a 1 lap course of 500 metersThe swim is an out and back along a line of buoys. Participants will start to the left of the buoys and will swim a clockwise loop around the buoys.

Bike
– The bike course for both the sprint and olympic will exit from East Lake Park turning right onto Route 1 for approximately 1 mile before then turning left onto 1200 N. The sprint athletes will turn around on 1200 N. and proceed back the way they came. The olympic athletes will continue to proceed on 1200 N until they amost reach Redmond where they will turn right onto 600 E. Olympic athletes will turn around on 600 E. and proceed back the way they came. Both bike courses take place on low traffic country roads that are smooth, flat, and fast. Please be aware that the course is open to traffic and to ride on the right side of the road. There will be police officers located at all major intersections along the course.

Run
– Both the sprint and the olympic distance will take place on the same 5k loop. The sprint distance will do this loop once while the olympic does it twice. This loop is very flat with a small hill in Twin Lakes park. The 5k loop will take place in / around the roads of East Lake Park, athletes will then cross Route 1 and proceed to Twin Lakes park where they will preform a loop and proceed back to East Lake Park. There will be officers located at both locations where athletes cross route 1. There will be an aid station when you exit transition and an aid station in Twin Lakes Park with water and gatorade. You will pass aid stations 4 times per 5k loop. Although traffic within the parks will be very low please be aware they are still open to traffic.

One of the world’s largest triathlons is also one of the world’s most accessible. From first-timers to seasoned veterans, kids to grandparents, nonbinary competitors to paratriathletes, the Chicago Triathlon has an experience for everyone on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Sprint Triathlon

The Sprint race is our second longest adult-distance triathlon during race weekend.

International Triathlon

The International race is our longest adult-distance triathlon during race weekend.

The short course includes a ¼ mile swim that travels just past the end of the pier (12 ft. depth), turns left and heads towards the boat launch. The bike and run courses for this event are extremely flat and “first-timer friendly.” The bike course travels down Bay Shore Drive (County Highway B) to Old Stone Quarry Park before turning back. The run course travels up and back on Egg Harbor Road (County Highway G).

DISTANCES

  • ¼ mile swim
  • 18 mile bike
  • 3.1 mile run

ABOUT DOOR COUNTY

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.

Whether you’re a beginner (rookie) or a veteran (rock star), the St. Peters Rec-Plex has a fun triathlon for you! Swim in our indoor pool, bike through flat farmlands, and run along shady, paved trails! Compete as an individual or on a team.

Explorer Triathlon Race is a 200m swim, 3 mile off-road bike, and a 1 mile run.
Adventurer Triathlon Race is a 400m swim, 6 mile off-road bike, and a 2 mile run.
Traveler Land Lovers Race is a 6 mile off-road bike and a 2 mile run.

*Shirts are only guaranteed to those who register before May 1st.

Registrations include:

*Also included is admission to the Park Saturday OR Sunday the weekend of the race for the participant.  (Bib number will be marked as your entry ticket to the park.)

Now you better believe we are beyond excited to bring you the 13th annual Litchfield Triathlou! All Triathlou athletes get the official race shirt, and we will also hook you up with a very memorable custom finisher medal, post-race snacks, free photos, and a race experience you’ll never forget! Swimming in Lake Lou Yaeger is the best OWS you will have in the midwest. There really is no comparison to this large beach with pristine flat racing water. The bike course is fun racing throughout the county roads…look forward to a very enjoyable ride. Both the 5k, & 10k runs see very honest mile paces with plenty of flats for you to roll on. You want freebies, speed, and camaraderie-you better get to the 13th Annual Litchfield Triathlou Triathlons!

EVENTS

Sprint: .33 Mile Swim, 13 Mile Bike, 3.1 Mile Run (Option to Race as 2-3 person Team too!)

Olympic: .93 Mile Swim, 24.8 Mile Bike, 6.2 Mile Run (Option to Race as 2-3 person Team too!)

Teams: Race either distance as a 2 or 3 Person Team with each participant racing one or two legs of the triathlon.

Those People.

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.

That Voice In Your Head.

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.

Now Is Your Time.

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.