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Join us for part of the USA Triathlon Youth Splash and Dash Series! Open to all kids ages 5 to 15. This is part of a two-race series - Spring Splash and Dash at YMCA Camp Campbell on March 10 is the first event. You don't have to do both events - you can pick one or both.
What is a Splash and Dash?
A Splash and Dash is a fun and fast-growing sport that combines running and swimming. The run can take place on a trail, a road or a path. Similarly, the swim can take place in any body of water – a pool, a reservoir, or an ocean. USA Triathlon’s Splash & Dash Youth Aquathlon Series will feature a swim/run combination. As an athlete progresses and depending on water conditions, a traditional aquathlon may either feature a swim/run or a run/swim/run combination.
Who Can Participate?
Anyone between 5 and 15. Your USA Triathlon membership will be required and if you don't have one it can be purchased during registration. If you participated in the SuperKid Triathlon last year, or any other sanctioned event you probably already have a membership. Be prepared for a great experience, bring a positive attitude, and be ready to learn firsthand about multisport!
USA Swimming Foundation
USA Triathlon and the USA Swimming Foundation have partnered in launching a joint campaign to provide all USA Triathlon Splash & Dash Youth Aquathlon participants, and their families, with an incentive and opportunity to participate in quality, affordable and easily accessible learn-to-swim programs.
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