This will be our 29th year for the 100% charity triathlon event for the Huntington’s Disease Triathlon (Sprint, Olympic, Duathlon, and Aquathon). Your money will go directly to research to help find a cure for this inherited degenerative brain disorder. This event will take place at Larry and Penny Thompson Park, 12451 SW 184 Street, Miami, FL 33177 on Sunday, February 23, 2020. The event offers a large variety of foods and beverages available to all participants.
Choose to race the Sprint or Olympic Triathlon distance, Aqua Bike - Swimming and biking only, or Duathlon - Run, Bike, Run. Or, make it a social event and join a Relay team. This venue is a great place to bring a picnic basket and make it a family fun day. Enjoy the largest selection of post-race refreshments, a beautiful lake swim, and a fun day in the park. Of all the races you do, how many of them are 100% charity? Make this one race your way of giving back to the sport or just saying “Thank You” for being able to race.
Once you raise $200 you will be able to register for free. Friends and families LOVE to support 100% charity events!
Olympic Event - .73 Mile Swim, 21 Mile Bike, and 6 Mile Run.
Sprint Event - .25 Mile Swim, 14 Mile Bike, 3 Mile Run
Sprint Duathlon - 1 Mile Run, 14 Mile Bike, 3 Mile Run
Olympic/Sprint Aquabike - same distance but without the Run.
EVENT DETAILS AND SCHEDULE: 29th Annual Charity Triathlon
Packet Pick Up Location:
Mack Cycle & Fitness
5995 Sunset Drive
Miami, FL 33143
Pre-race Packet Pickup: (Athletes are strongly encouraged to pick up their packets early and attend the Info Clinic)
Friday, February 21st from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Saturday, February 22nd from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm
First Timers and Info Clinic: 1:00 – 2:00 pm
We encourage all participants, especially first-timers, to come to the race clinic to hear all the information for the race.
You must present a photo ID and a current USAT membership card. Those participants that are not current USAT members will have to purchase a one-day license for $15.00 (CASH ONLY). Only the athlete who is racing can pick up their packets. ALL RELAY TEAM MEMBERS MUST BE PRESENT TO PICK UP THEIR PACKET.