The community of Albany, California invites you to participate in a super short, super FUN, beginner-friendly, spectator-friendly triathlon on September 27th, 2014! The event will be held in and around the Albany Aquatics Center, recently renovated in 2012. The goal of the triathlon is to raise funds for Albany high school sports programs (PAHS), promote fitness in the community, and showcase just how fun a multisport event can be!

The event is open to everyone ages 9 and up, especially those who've never done a triathon before but would like to give it a go on an easy, local course without a huge financial (or training) committment.

Register here and also check out photos from the 2013 event.

Check out our FLYER (PDF - feel free to print it out and post it where legal ;)

VOLUNTEERS: Please read through the volunteer instructions (PDF) before event day and familiarize yourself with the area in which you intend to volunteer. You are strongly encouraged to attend the organizational meeting on Sat. Sep 20 at 10:30am in front of the Albany Aquatic Center. Thanks!

When & Where:

8:00 am on 27 September 2014 at Albany Memorial Park located at 1325 Portland Avenue.

Course Information:

This is a standard "super sprint" distance triathlon consisting of: The transition area (T1 and T2) will be on the pavement near the basketball court just outside of the outdoor pool.

Here's a video tour of the course!

This race is not USAT sanctioned, primarily since the focus is on triathlon newbies. However, seasoned triathletes are definitely welcome! The first 1 or 2 swim heats will be reserved for experienced triathletes and fast cyclists to minimize interactions with slower racers. On the registration form, check the checkbox to indicate your preference for the first heat. Think you're fast? Then consider signing up for the "Beat-A-Triathlete" challenge, details below!


Individual registration: $45 will get you into this fun event, but don't delay! The price increases to $50 after September 14 and then increases to $55 on race day. Youths 18 and under save $10 off of those prices. Registration includes logo t-shirt, water bottle, and additional swag while supplies last. You'll get these items and other event materials when you check-in on race day.

Group registration is now available for 2014. Register as a team for $66 and split the swim, bike, and run legs between 2 or 3 different individuals. Group registration fee goes up to $72 after Sep 14 and up to $78 on race day. Youth teams 18 and under save $12 off those prices. Mixed teams containing adults & kids are also permitted and save $6 off the adult team price.

Secure your spot & swag today and save $$. The purple registration button will take you to, our official registration website:

Special Features:

INDIVIDUAL & RELAY TEAM ENTRY. New for 2014: Register as an individual or as a part of a multi-person relay team where different people do different legs of the event (swim, bike, run). Relay teams consist of 2-3 people and will compete against other relay teams in the final rankings. Teams can be composed of adults, all youth (18 & under), or mixed adult + youth.

YOUTH & STUDENT DISCOUNTS. New for 2014: Youths (age 18 and under) get $10 off the individual entry fee for adults ($45) and $12 off the relay team entry fee ($66). Current students of any Albany Unified K-12 school will save even more by receiving a $10 refund upon completing the event!

FAMILY & FRIENDS HEAT. When you register, you can indicate your desire to be in the same heat as other participants (son, daughter, spouse, or other friends). Then you can compete together & keep an eye on each other during the race (but not assist each other, per triathlon rules).

BEAT-A-TRIATHLETE CHALLENGE. Athletes can boost their fundraising efforts by pledging to donate an extra dollar amount for everyone that can beat their time, up to a limit. Relay teams can also register for this challenge. How do do this:

POST-RACE FESTIVITIES. Stick around after the race to recover with some healthy food, finisher awards, raffle prizes, massages, and schmoozing with fellow participants, volunteers, sponsors, and race organizers.

Training Clinics:

Steve Trutane (race co-organizer) is holding some training clinics for anyone that wants to improve their swim, bike, and/or running skills in preparation for the AlbanyTri event.


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