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Race in all three events and earn your Triple Threat Triathlete sweatshirt! Virtual events will qualify this year! So join your team and earn you cool swag!
Who qualifies? Race in any event (Triathlon, 2-sport event, or run) to qualify for the extra hoodie.
+ "China Peak" Huntington Lake Triathlon 5K/10K on 7/26/2020
+ "Crow's Nest" Huntington Lake Triathlon 5K/10K on 8/23/2020
+ "Mile High" Shaver Lake Triathlon 5K/10K on 9/20/2020
Swag, swag, and more swag! Each participant will earn a custom race shirt, finisher medal, and running buff. We will also draw winners from in person participants for some extra race goodies so be sure to check if you won any extra goodies before heading home.
Pick a long sleeve or singlet!
Martin Spierings, a USA Triathlon Certified Level 1 Coach, coaches age group triathlon National and World representatives of all ages and has thirty years of triathlon race experience with 100+ triathlons on over three continents. See what he had to say about the Huntington Lake Triathlon. Follow his blog at https://www.tricoachmartin.com/blog
The Crow's Nest Triathlon at Huntington Lake is our encore event adding an Olympic distance.
What will you find at the "Crow's Nest" Triathlon?
+ Finisher's Medal
+ Prizes and Giveaways
+ Free Race Photos
+ Finisher's Meal
+ Event T-Shirt and running gaiter
+ Largest Team Competition
+ China Peak scenic chair ride with bib (Sunday only)
Whether this is your destination triathlon, or a training event for an upcoming 70.3, don't miss the Crow's Nest Triathlon. The crisp mountain air is a relief from the hot days of summer. The altitude gives this race an extra challenge as you compete in either the Sprint or Olympic distance. Hurry back, there is food and music waiting for you after the race.
This event is hosted by the Activitynut Foundation, Inc.; a non-profit 501(c)3 who's mission is to connect athletes with local events, clubs, coaching and local stores. We maintain a race calendar listing local events at http://activitynut.org/localevents/
Join Activitynut Club (free membership), and get 15% off of this and other events hosted by Activitynut.
Discounts are also available for many other local events. See the Activitynut Club page for a list of upcoming races with discounts.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?