Life Time Announces 2013 Pro Series Schedule

The series will replace the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series Race to the Toyota Cup.

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Life Time Fitness today, Jan. 30, announced the 2013 Life Time Tri pro series schedule. The series will replace the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series Race to the Toyota Cup.

The series includes many of the same races as the 2012 schedule. Action will kick off in Miami with the Nautica South Beach Triathlon on April 7. The next three locations of Austin (May 27), Minneapolis (July 13) and Chicago (Aug. 25) are also staples. Next up will be a race in Tempe, Ariz. on Sept. 22, which is a new city for the series. The former championship race, Life Time Tri Dallas will take place on Oct. 6 before the new championship race at the recently announced Life Time Tri Oceanside on Oct. 20.

The total 2013 Life Time Tri pro series cash purse will include $250,000 in individual race awards throughout the series. The top finishers of the Life Time Tri Series, to be determined at Life Time Tri Oceanside, will win part of an additional $200,000 cash prize. To qualify for the championship prize, pros must start at least three events, including Life Time Tri Oceanside with the top five events counting toward their overall standings. The official finishing times at Life Time Tri Oceanside will serve as a tiebreaker.

See the complete series schedule and dates below:

Date – Event – Cash purse

April 7 – Nautica South Beach Triathlon (Miami) – $40,000
May 27 – Life Time Tri CapTex (Austin, Texas) – $30,000
July 13 – Life Time Tri Minneapolis – $40,000
Aug. 25 – Life Time Tri Chicago – $40,000
Sept. 22 – Life Time Tri Tempe (Tempe, Ariz.) – $30,000
Oct. 6 –  Life Time Tri Dallas – $30,000
Oct. 20 – Life Time Tri Oceanside (Oceanside, Cali.) – $40,000

Photo: 2012 Nautica South Beach Triathlon
Photos: 2012 CapTexTri
Photos: 2012 Life Time Tri Minneapolis
Photos: 2012 Life Time Tri Chicago
Photos: 2012 Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon Dallas

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