2019 Boston Triathlon: Over 2,000 Athletes Compete On Beautiful Day

See images from Boston's only triathlon.

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Last weekend (July 27, 2019), more than 2000 athletes representing 42 states and 15 countries competed in the 11th annual Columbia Threadneedle Investments Boston Triathlon. The event took place at the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) Carson Beach in South Boston. Boston’s only triathlon featured both an Olympic distance and a sprint distance race along with the Boston Corporate Cup Competition. The event combined a swim at the DCR’s Carson Beach, a bike ride on DCR William Day Boulevard and a beautiful run along the South Boston waterfront.

Matthew Alford of Coventry, RI captured the men’s overall title with a time of 1:42:35, while Ginger Howell of Arlington, Mass. captured the women’s title with a time of 1:59:00. See the complete results here. Enjoy these images of the event, provided by the Boston Triathlon.

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