More Days – More options
Our Kingdom Triathlon series continues to grow. Challenging for the highest level of triathletes. But, fun and accessible to all ages and all abilities. Run on a variety of terrains making use of some of the most pristine waters in North America. Our Willy Youth Tri and the Echo Lake Road Race & Swim are youth friendly and great for families. Our Aquaman will challenge the very strongest of triathletes. Our Willoughby Tri is looking to be a classic. Here’s the line up:
Willoughby Tri – July 23, 2016 – Westmore, VT
13 mile bike on logging roads on Bartlett Mountain followed by a 1.2 mile swim from South Beach to Devil’s Rock and back and then a 2.6 mile trail run up to a finish on the top of Mount Pisgah. Will we be able to offer fresh, steamed corn at the Top? Won’t know till you get there.
Willy Youth Tri – July 23, 2016 – Westmore, VT
This youth triathlon is run on the afternoon of the Willoughby Tri (which is run in the morning) It is a 100 yard swim in shallow water, a 3 mile bike ending at the Mount Pisgah trailhead, and a 1 mile trail run up to a finish at Pulpit Rock. Parents are welcome to do this with their kids.
Aquaman Even-Up – Ollie Even-Up – Sprint – August 6, 2016 – Derby and Morgan, VT
The distances say it all with the Aquaman. A 13.1 mile run (standard half iron distance) a 34 mile bike and a 3.5 mile swim. Designed so that strong athletes would spend about 1.5 hours on each leg. The Ollie is also an even up: 1.75 mile swim, 15 mile bike, and 10 K run. If you are a triathlete who is also a strong swimmer, this is the race for you. And then there’s The Sprint, a longstanding favorite. 500 yard swim, 13 mile bike, and 5 mile run. Brings out the jack rabbit in the best of us.