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The 2017 TriSports.com Sahuarita Triathlon is a USA Triathlon sanctioned multisport festival taking place in and around Sahuarita Lake Park taking place on Saturday 5/6/17. You can choose from Sprint or Olympic Distance Triathlons, 5k Trail Run, or forego the swim and participate in a duathlon!
If you’re looking for a run, we’ve added a 5k option for the whole family!
Sahuarita is a wonderful town located just 15 miles south of Tucson, and less than 2 hours from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (directions). The average temperatures in early May are mid-50’s in the morning, with a high of 85 degrees. The water temperature in Sahuarita Lake in early May is an ideal 67 to 69 degrees. The area around the Lake is absolutely perfect for friends and family to spectate or just hang out and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Park and playground facilities are right there for the kids, too.
This PR fast course provides the perfect opportunity for a 5K Personal Record. Your winter mileage is built. Your spring speed work will be done. Now it is time to set that new PR before summer!
Proceeds from the event will be donated to Youth On Their Own, a 501(c)(3) Dropout prevention agency. Educating Homeless Teens…..Investing in Arizona’s Future.
Mother’s Day weekend. Spend a Saturday morning with your family at Reid Park. Every mom deserves a PR on her special day.
The Ride of Silence is a free ride, hosted in cities worldwide, that aims to inform motorists, police, and city officials that cyclists have a legal right to our public roadways. the ride also honors those who have been killed or seriously injured.
Please *SHARE* w/ friends, enemies, close & distant family, cycling clubs, chess clubs, new & seasoned motorists, as well as any organization/affiliation you can think of. We want to make a statement that this community takes cycling safety seriously & strives to take a stand against distracted driving.
We ask that folks show up around 5 for registration and pre-ride announcements. The ride will leave promptly at 5:30pm at Reid Park, Ramada 19, can be accessed from Country Club road.
ROUTE: N. on Country Club, E. on Broadway, S. on Wilmot, W. on 22nd & back N. on Country Club. (roughly 8 to 10 miles)
The first Annual Veterans and First Responders 5k run/walk and Memorial Mile run/walk, presented by Title Sponsor Splendido at Rancho Vistoso, to help raise funds for the Southern Arizona Veterans and First Responders Living Memorial at Naranja Park. The memorial will be a place where people can go and reflect; they can honor their forefathers, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts and uncles – whoever served. It will be an opportunity for education about veterans as well as first responders – they are equals in this memorial.
5-8 YO – .30 mile run; 1.8 mile bike; .30 mile run
9-14 YO – .60 mile run; 3.6 mile bike; .60 mile run
This event is part of the USAT National Youth Splash-n-Dash Series:
5-6 Year Olds 50 Meter Swim, 1k Run
7-10 Year Olds 100 Meter Swim, 1k Run
11-15 Year Olds 200 Meter Swim, 2k Run
A Super Sprint requires every member of a relay team to complete all three legs (swim, bike, run) of a triathlon. The first team member starts the race, does all three legs and then hands off the timing chip to the next team member to complete the same course, who then hands off the timing chip to the final (third) team member to finish the triathlon. It is a “super sprint distance,” meaning a much shorter course than a tradition spint triathlon, but it does have its challenges. See The Course description below for further details. Swim – 3-4 minutes; Bike 3.5 miles; Run 1 mile
Set at the same venue as the wildly popular IRONMAN Arizona, this race is the perfect tune-up for the full-distance race in November, or just a great way to get out and compete in a half-distance event in a phenomenal setting.
The race begins at Tempe Beach Park, just west of the Mill Avenue Bridge. The swim takes place in a calm, manmade lake with water temperatures in the mid 60s. The three-loop (each loop is 18.5 miles) bike course is a relatively flat and winds through Tempe before offering some scenic vistas of the Sonoran desert. The two-loop run follows a 6.5-mile loop around Tempe Town Lake with some great views of Arizona State University and the developing landscape of Tempe.
Just minutes from Phoenix airport, Tempe is a perfect race venue that’s easy to get to from anywhere in the world. As home to one of America’s largest universities, Tempe offers lots of sun and heat, which makes this this a great recreational destination for triathletes and their families.
The 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 Arizona will offer 30 qualifying slots to the 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa.