2016 Zoot Westchester Triathlon


Event Date

Sun, Sep 25, 2016


Rye, NY


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Westchester Tri Olympic Distance Presented by Zoot - Olympic Individual

$190 $190 Closed

Westchester Tri Olympic Distance Presented by Zoot - Olympic Aquabike

$190 $190 Closed

Westchester Tri Olympic Distance Presented by Zoot - Olympic Relay

$310 $310 Closed

Westchester Tri Olympic Distance Presented by Zoot - Olympic Individual Ages 15-24

$155 $155 Closed

About This Activity

For 31 years the Westchester Triathlon has conducted a first class multisport event in the New York Tri State Area.

 Held at the end of September, this race is often the final one of the season for many local triathletes. From novice to professional, young and old, the 1,000 athletes gather together in the scenic town of Rye in Westchester County, New York for this Olympic distance race.



Beginning at 7:00am the athletes swim 9/10ths of a mile in the calm waters of the Long Island Sound. Water temperature is usually in the low 70s. Waiting on the beach, youll have breathtaking views of Long Island and Connecticut. Sighting back is easy as the athletes focus on the historic White Towers during the homestretch to shore. Sand in, sand out with no steps or rocks.


Hopping on their bikes, the athletes embrace the 25 mile scenic bike course with gentle rolling hills, but not ignoring our famous Claires Climb a grueling ascent on the hills in Greenwich American Corp. The course takes you through the residential neighborhoods of Rye, Port Chester, Harrison and Greenwich, CT where they ride past some horse farms.


Athletes then embark on their last leg of the race, a 6.2 mile run through the shady and picturesque streets of Rye, including the famous Rye Playland Boardwalk. A relatively flat course concludes in Rye Town Park, where the post race festivities begin.


During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to add Registration Protector* from Allianz Global Assistance to your purchase. It can reimburse your registration fees if you’re not able to make the race due to a covered reason. Visit us online to learn more about registration protection and how it works. 

Please Note: Because we are offering Registration Protector, there will be NO deferrals for this year's race. There will be no exceptions to this policy.

Event details and schedule

Sunday, September 25, 2016

5:00 AM Transition area opens

6:30 AM Transition area closes

6:35 AM Mandatory race briefing

6:50 AM National Anthem

7:00 AM 1st Wave

7:05 AM Amateur waves begin. Each wave 3 minutes apart. (See wave times below)

9:00 AM Expo opens

8:55 AM First athlete crosses finish line

9:00 AM Finisher Celebration begins with Captain Lawrence beer, water and food

12:00 PM Awards and raffle

1:00 PM Expo and celebration conclude

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