Playa Del Rey Triathlon

Sprint, Olympic

Event Date

Sun, Oct 18, 2015


Playa del Rey, CA


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SPRINT - Age Group

$85 $105 Closed

SPRINT - Age Group (Collegiate Discount)

$75 $75 Closed

SPRINT - Clydesdale (Male 200 lbs +)

$85 $85 Closed

SPRINT - Athena (Female 150 lbs +)

$85 $105 Closed

SPRINT - Relay

$108 $108 Closed

OLYMPIC - Age Group

$110 $120 Closed

OLYMPIC - Age Group (Collegiate Discount)

$100 $110 Closed

OLYMPIC - Clydesdale (Male 200 lbs +)

$110 $110 Closed

OLYMPIC - Athena (Female 150 lbs +)

$110 $110 Closed


$138 $138 Closed


$138 $147 Closed

About This Activity

Join us for the 2015 Playa Del Rey Triathlon.  Set along the beautiful bluffs of Dockweiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey, competitors can select between a sprint-distance (600 meter swim, 20K bike, and 5K run) or Olympic-distance (1500m swim, 40K bike, and 10K run) event.  The PDR Tri is a fundraiser for collegiate triathlon and a portion of the proceeds are donated to the UCLA & USC Triathlon Teams.

Event details and schedule


Please visit the race website at for full event details.



Saturday, October 17th
11am - 4pm: Early packet pickup at Triathlon Lab in Redondo Beach.

Sunday, October 18th
5:30am: Parking at Dockweiler State Beach opens.  Parking is $8.
6:00am: Late packet pickup opens in the transition area.
6:50am: Mandatory race meeting at the swim start.
7:00am: Wave 1 start
10:00am: Sprint awards ceremony
11:30am: Olympic awards ceremony


The event is located at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa Del Rey.

600m/1500m Ocean Swim: The swim is located adjacent to the transition area at Dockweiler Beach. Water temperatures are expected to be in the low to mid 60s. Wetsuits are recommended. Competitors will be sent off in separate waves, spaced 7 minutes apart.

20K / 40K Bike: The bike course is a one-lap (sprint) or two-lap (Olympic) counter-clockwise loop, involving portions of Vista Del Mar, Imperial Hwy, Pershing Dr., and Westchester Parkway. The course has good pavement and is mostly flat, aside from some gradual rollers along Westchester Parkway. Roads are almost entirely closed to vehicle traffic and times should be very fast save for some strong headwinds that often blow through the area.

5K / 10K Run: The run course is an out and back loop along the Dockweiler service road (sprint & Olympic) and Ballona Creek Bike Path (Olympic). Completely flat, competitors can expect extremely fast run times. Aid stations will be located at the 5K turn-around and 10K turn-around.

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