Bermuda will host the 2021 World Triathlon Sprint & Relay Championships next October 15–17.
The three-day, multiple-championships programme, to be staged in the City of Hamilton, will include a brand new event—Super-sprint racing for the Elite World Championship Series—along with the Junior (U19) World Championships, Age-Group Sprint World Championships, Mixed Relay World Championships for all categories, as well as an Open division for non-qualifiers.
The 2021 USA Triathlon Age Group Draft-Legal World Qualifier is the sprint-distance qualifier for the 2021 World Triathlon Championships in Bermuda. This event has been rescheduled to occur in Richmond, Virginia on May 2 as part of the East Coast Triathlon Festival. It was originally scheduled to be hosted in Tempe, AZ on April 9.
There are no refunds for this event. If the race is cancelled due to COVID, your entry will be deferred to one of USAT's owned events in 2021 or 2022 or to the rescheduled date of the Age Group Draft-Legal World Qualifier. Should this occur, USA Triathlon will connect directly with each athlete on options.
USA Triathlon returns to Tuscaloosa, AL for the 2021 USA Triathlon Duathlon National Championships. This two-day event will take place May 22-23, 2021 at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. The best duathlete from across the U.S. will gather to put their talents to the test against each other with the opportunity to qualify for Team USA and the 2021 and 2022 Team USA Age Group World Championships.
Approximately 1,000 athletes will partake in this two-day event that offers both a Non-Draft Standard Distance (10k run – 40k bike – 5k run) and Draft-Legal and Non-Drafting Sprint Distance (5k run – 20k bike – 2.5k run) races.
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The Toyota Legacy Triathlon will enable USA Triathlon to contribute to Southern California’s Olympic lore and rich triathlon history by giving back to the local multisport community. USA Triathlon is the first National Governing Body to bring a new annual event to the Los Angeles footprint as part of the lead-up to 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Our mission is to start building our legacy before, rather than after, the Games — starting at the grassroots level, and over time becoming a prestigious international event featuring elite and age-group athletes, as well as paratriathletes, from around the world. The 2021 edition of the Legacy Triathlon will also feature the Toyota Paratriathlon National Championships and the Aquathlon National Championships.
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USA Triathlon is headed back to West Chester, Ohio for its ninth year! The 2021 Youth & Junior Nationals will take place on July 31-Aug. 1, 2021 at Voice of America Park. Youth athletes of all experience levels are invited to participate in this fun and iconic event.
West Chester first hosted rising youth and junior triathlon stars in 2012 and is a prime location for the National event, with more than 20 of the 38 active High Performance Teams within a day's drive of the venue. Youth & Junior Nationals is scheduled for July 31-Aug. 1, 2021, and tentatively scheduled for the first weekend in August in 2022. The event has sold out for the last five years, with nearly 1000 athletes ages 7-19 competing annually. The two-day event is contained within Voice of America Park and supported through a strong partnership with the Butler County Visitors Bureau and other community organizations.
USA Triathlon is heading back to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the 2021 Toyota Age Group National Championships!
USA Triathlon is pleased to offer two races in Milwaukee. On Saturday, August 7, the Olympic-Distance National Championship will take place and on Sunday, August 8, Sprint-Distance National Championships will be awarded. Whether you are looking for the opportunity to become a national champion or simply compete among the most competitive age group athletes, this race is for you.
As a city that cherishes its roots, Milwaukee features revitalized architecture throughout downtown, along with a parade of summer festivals to celebrate the diverse cultures that made the city what it is today. But Milwaukee is also a city that's growing and changing. From major construction projects like a brand new arena and streetcar, to the revival of streets and neighborhoods around the city, there's a new energy in the air. Experience this and more at Age Group Nationals!