The Devil’s Challenge Triathlon closes out the WI Tri Series! This scenic sprint tri in the middle of September is the perfect way to finish up your racing season. After a 1/4-mile swim in Devil’s Lake, challenge yourself with a scenic and hilly 15-mile bike ride through the beautiful Baraboo bluffs and a 5K run through the quiet park roads of Devil’s Lake State Park.
The one-loop swim takes place in Lake Monona in downtown Madison. Spectators will have a panoramic view of the swim from the Monona Terrace, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The bike course takes riders 16 miles out of town before beginning two 40-mile loops in rural Dane County. The course offers many tough climbs and turns throughout, but athletes will get a lift as they pass through the crowds at the Verona Loop Festival.
Spectator support on the run course is legendary across the IRONMAN race circuit. Athletes will complete two loops, including downtown Madison, the University of Wisconsin campus, Camp Randall Stadium, State Street and the scenic path alongside Lake Mendota.
The 2019 IRONMAN Wisconsin offers 40 qualifying slots for the 2020 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
This sprint triathlon held in Belleville, WI, offers participants of all levels a safe race experience, swimming a 1/4 mile in calm Lake Belle View. A scenic 16-mile bike course of rolling hills is followed by a 5K run on gravel trails and quiet neighborhood streets.
The Tri-ing for Children’s Triathlon, presented by The Endurance House of Delafield, is held at Ottawa Lake State Park in the beautiful Southern Kettle Moraine Forest. The sprint distance consists of a 1/4-mile swim in Ottawa Lake followed by a 15-mile bike ride and a 5K run course through the gently sloping hills of the forest. The Olympic distance includes a 1500-meter swim in Ottawa Lake, a 40K bike ride, and a 10K run. A portion of your registration fee and all fundraising proceeds benefit Tri-ing for Children’s, Inc., a non-profit charity for children’s hospitals.
This Ripon Medical Center event combines the rich history of the Green Lake Conference Center, its beautiful grounds and the deepest inland lake in Wisconsin to attract racers from all over the Midwest. The course includes an amazing lake swim, rolling hills on the bike and secluded run course making this triathlon perfect for beginners to veterans.
The Door County Peninsula is often referred to as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest.” This popular Midwestern tourist destination offers an abundance of lodging, dining, shopping and entertainment options. The sandy shorelines and majestic bluffs along Green Bay north of Sturgeon Bay provide an ideal setting for scenic sprint and half iron distance triathlons.
Frank Murphy Park is located in Horseshoe Bay, just 15 miles north of Sturgeon Bay and 3 miles south of Egg Harbor. The park has an ornate pavilion, a sandy beach, and a permanent pier that is perfect for spectators. Several large fields directly across the road from the park’s entrance provide ample parking for participants and spectators.
The Pardeeville Triathlon — the third race in the Wisconsin Tri Series — provides a gently rolling bike course and a swim along the shore of Park Lake. The spectator-friendly 1/4-mile swim, 15-mile bike ride, and 5K run course weaves through the town of Pardeeville after a loop around the park. Each athlete will receive a T-shirt, a safe course with an experienced water safety team, and a swim marked by large, highly visible buoys. Pre-race water and post-race refreshments will be served.
If you’re looking for a great race with some serious bragging rights, the Wisconsin Triterium Triathlon is for you! This multi-loop format is great for racers and spectators alike, giving the crowd an ample opportunity to cheer for their athletes. The venue for this event is Fireman’s Park in Verona, Wisconsin. Verona is just a few miles southwest of Madison. In 2002, Verona gained national prominence in the triathlon community during the Ironman Wisconsin event. The enthusiasm of the community for triathlons is unequaled and will make for an unforgettable experience.
The race will grace the shores along iconic Olin Park in beautiful Madison. Athletes will start with a 1.2 mile swim in the historic waters of Lake Monona shared by IRONMAN Wisconsin, then bike 56 miles among the endless rolling hills of Dane County, south of Madison. Finally, a picturesque 13.1 mile run along the shores of Lake Monona will bring athletes home to the finish line.
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The Lake Mills Triathlon kicks off the Wisconsin Triathlon Series! This sprint distance race which includes a 400-meter swim, a 16-mile bike ride, and a 5K run is a wonderful introductory event for beginner racers and the flat, fast course provides a competitive atmosphere for experienced racers. Each athlete will receive a T-shirt, a safe course with an experienced water safety team, and a swim marked by large, highly visible buoys. Pre-race water and post-race refreshments will be served.
The Lake Monona 20K Run and 5K Run/Walk offers a beautiful course with springtime temperatures ideal for running, and lots of runners to share the experience with. For those with longer distance ambitions, this “almost” half marathon is a great way to peak your training for the 20-mile Syttende Mai Run two weeks later, or to prepare for a spring marathon. For those not wanting to run as long, there is also a 5K run option.
E3 teams compete primarily in the 50K Relay. There are also 50k and 100k solo events as part of this race. The 100K is the USATF National Championship Race and USATF members' finish time in the MadCity 100K will be used as a time standard for selection of Team USA which will compete in the 100K World Championship race.
The 50K is also a USATF Certified course and your finish time will be valid for the 50K World Championship.
The 50K Relay is for teams of 2-5 runners on the same 5K loop course. Our relay teams are fantastic cheering sections for all the runners, creating a great race day environment.
A new sprint triathlon in the Madison, Wisconsin area that takes place on the 4th of July, 2018 at 7am. This triathlon starts and finishes in the scenic Stewart Park just outside of Mt Horeb. The 400 meter, fully supported wave start swim is in a clean spring fed lake with a nice sandy beach. The 16 mile bike takes you by some of the areas well known landmarks such as Tyrol Basin and Cave of the Mounds. It starts by going through the trendy downtown of Mt Horeb and then takes you south, towards Blue Mounds where panoramic views descend into the green valleys of the Town of Vermont. You will slowly climb back towards Stewart Park along a stream while passing Tyrol Basin Ski area, and many farms that will have goats, horses and cows cheering you on. The 3.1 mile run will challenge you with some single track paths but will give you awesome scenery as you race from trail to gravel path, and mowed fields. Come get a great race on the 4th of July before your holiday festivities, we look forward to seeing you!