The BoFish Triathlon isn’t just a return to racing—it’s the creation of a new race day experience.
2021 is the year to get back to racing, travel lightly, and support your local event. Take a look at our favorite 14 underrated multisport events.
It’s a beauty – and a real beast – of a course.
When the organizers of the Vineman triathlons got the chance to stage a race in nearby Monte Rio, they jumped at the opportunity.
The 14th running of the Tempe International Triathlon, in Tempe, Ariz., will have 800 athletes participating this month.
The small town of Sweet Home, Ore., is home to the Best in the West Triathlon Festival.
The racehas a point-to-point course that features a scenic, rolling bike course and a run that passes through the Olympic Training Center.
Midwesterners looking for a flat and fast tri course should look no farther than the Big Shark New Town Triathlon.
Second-year race Clackamas Cove Triathlon is expecting 400 participants for its sprint and Olympic-distance race in Oregon City, Ore.
Maxing out at 900 athletes, the Wyckoff Franklin Lakes Triathlon, put on by the local Wyckoff YMCA, will be running for the 32nd year this summer.