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Ann Arbor Tri is proud to be the host of the Age Group, High School, and Club Championships!
What does this mean?
Typically, to qualify for USAT Nationals, athletes must place in the top 2 or top 15% of their age group (whichever is greater). State championships will qualify the top 35% or top five (5) finishers in an age group (whichever is greater). You may only qualify for Olympic-distance Nationals by placing in the Olympic distance State Championship race or Sprint Nationals by placing in the sprint distance State Championship race.
High School State Championships Exemption: All high school athletes who finish any of the State High School Championships will automatically qualify for Sprint-distance (pending they are at least age 15 as of December 31, 2023.)
Choose Your Challenge!
Olympic Triathlon — 1500 meter swim (64 lengths in a standard metric pool), 28-mile paved road bike, 5.3-mile trail run (Yes, it's really an Olympic: (USAT Distances Defined)
Sprint Triathlon — 750-meter swim (32 lengths in a standard metric pool),14-mile paved road bike, 3.5 mile trail run
Olympic Aquabike (swim bike done) — 1500 meter swim, 28-mile paved road bike
Sprint Duathlon — 2-mile paved run, 14-mile paved road bike, 3.5 mile trail run
Olympic Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Olympic Triathlon together
Sprint Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Sprint Triathlon together
Representing a USAT-registered club at this year's event? Don't forget to search our existing team list and join your team when you register!
A State Park permit, or Recreation Passport is needed to enter Pinckney Recreation Area. Visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources' website here for pricing and more information.
This race is sanctioned by USA Triathlon (USAT) therefore all participants must have an annual membership or purchase a one-day membership. These options will be available during the registration process. The annual membership fee is $50 and the one-day fee is $15. To learn more about USAT visit https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Triathlon/.
Click here to see USAT’s competition rules. To learn the most common USAT rule violations, click here.
Because our triathlons are sanctioned by USA Triathlon (USAT), we follow their wetsuit rules. Competitors may wear wetsuits if the water temperature is 78 degrees or lower. USAT rules also state that if the water temperature is between 78.1 and 83.9 degrees, competitors may wear wetsuits but will not be eligible for awards.
Click here to see the USAT-approved skinsuits.
The event is a Leave No Trace event. Learn more about our race-day recycling and composting efforts here. Want more information about running a great race and leaving no trace? Click here to visit Happy Planet Running!
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