Event Distances

LONG COURSE TRIATHLON & Relay

Saturday, August 27, 2022

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The Santa Barbara Long Course Triathlon is one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the country. Its unique distance attracts a variety of athletes and provides a great opportunity for those transitioning from Olympic distance to the longer Half Ironman distance.

The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coast heading up into the American Riviera overlooking Santa Barbara, Montecito and Carpinteria. The out and back course includes everything a cyclist will love; long flat straights, challenging hills and even a downhill or two to rest. The run course cruises the beachfront. You’ll meander by the wharf, the marina, and Leadbetter Beach. You’ll also experience some ups and downs as you pass through parks and quiet beach-side residential neighborhoods. The course is out and back and will typically reward you with a tailwind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Relay options available.

USAT officials will be roaming the course. Violation of USAT rules or any unsafe or unlawful cycling may result in disqualification or time penalties.

Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Safety is our first concern!

LONG COURSE

SWIM | 1 Mile

A straight forward rectangular swim course paralleling the beach. Swimmers will swim out approximately 50 yards to the buoy line and turn right towards Stearns Wharf. After close to 1/2 mile you will turn right again and swim halfway to shore making another right shoulder turn heading back to the start – finish area. This part is a bit trickier due to the rising sun, best to sight off the beach on your left. The final buoy is the ONLY LEFT shoulder turn on the course and will be well marked.

BIKE | 34 Miles

This spectacular bike course starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile straightaway. The middle section is somewhat technical and includes a few mandatory stops. There will be a water bottle transfer at approximately mile 15. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic; do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone unless it is a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 10 Miles

Most of the run is on a bike path. The rest is on residential streets that are open to traffic. Please obey traffic laws. There are a few awesome inclines but the route starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile leg. There will be water stations at each mile. Water & Gatorade will be offered at each water station.

long course AQUABIKE

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Long Course Triathlon is one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the country. Its unique distance attracts a variety of athletes and provides a great opportunity for those transitioning from Olympic distance to the longer Half Ironman distance.

The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coast heading up into the American Riviera overlooking Santa Barbara, Montecito and Carpinteria. The out and back course includes everything a cyclist will love; long flat straights, challenging hills and even a downhill or two to rest. The run course cruises the beachfront. You’ll meander by the wharf, the marina, and Leadbetter Beach. You’ll also experience some ups and downs as you pass through parks and quiet beach-side residential neighborhoods. The course is out and back and will typically reward you with a tailwind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

USAT officials will be roaming the course. Violation of USAT rules or any unsafe or unlawful cycling may result in disqualification or time penalties.

Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Safety is our first concern!

I love all of it, the distance, the challenge. I did the aquabike this year and that was really cool to have that option.
Jen t.
aquabike

AQUABIKE

SWIM | 1 Mile

A straight forward rectangular swim course paralleling the beach. Swimmers will swim out approximately 50 yards to the buoy line and turn right towards Stearns Wharf. After close to 1/2 mile you will turn right again and swim halfway to shore making another right shoulder turn heading back to the start – finish area. This part is a bit trickier due to the rising sun, best to sight off the beach on your left. The final buoy is the ONLY LEFT shoulder turn on the course and will be well marked.

BIKE | 34 Miles

This spectacular bike course starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile straightaway. The middle section is somewhat technical and includes a few mandatory stops. There will be a water bottle transfer at approximately mile 15. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic; do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone unless it is a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

co-ed sprint

Sunday, August 28, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Co-Ed Sprint has something for everyone. Men and women of all ages, whether seasoned pros or first-timers, are encouraged to participate in this equally exciting mini version of our renowned long course. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and flat run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path. The course is out and back, fast and flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the water’s edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

SB Tri Co-ed sprint

SPRINT

SWIM | 500 Yd.

500 Yard Swim: Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

duathlon

Sunday, August 28, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

Duathletes welcome! We’re thrilled to offer yet another option for our endurance athletes. If swimming isn’t your thing, or you just want to try something new, you can now enter our Co-Ed event and trade the swim for a 1 mile beach run instead. Simply sign up for the Duathlon option. This amazing event will start with a 1-mile beach run (hard sand – low tide willing…), and from there athletes will be routed to the transition area to complete the 6-mile bike and 2-mile run of our Co-Ed Sprint event. For our first year we will limit the participation to the first 100 registrants. We expect this to fill up fast, so don’t wait. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. The course is out and back, fast and flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the water’s edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

Sb TRi Duathlon

DUATHLON

run | 1 mile beach

Start with your toes in the sand (or wear shoes – up to you) with a brisk run along the waterline. We’ll start you in a single wave at the end of the Co-Ed Sprint triathlete waves. At the completion of this leg you will be routed into the transition area along with all the Co-Ed Sprint athletes. You will then complete the final two legs of your event with them.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

women-only sprint

Sunday, August 28, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Women-Only Sprint event began in 2000. We are thrilled to offer this exclusive event to female athletes. No matter what your speed, goals, or experience level, this event has something for you. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. Seasoned “sprint specialists” enjoy meeting and exceeding personal goals while at the same time experiencing the supportive spirit of this unique event. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area.  The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path and is out-and-back and fast-and-flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

I had never done a triathlon and wanted to try it. The sprint course distance was short enough that I only had to train for the swim… This was the perfect event to see how a triathlon works and become comfortable with it.
Erin r.
sprint

SPRINT

swim | 500 yd.

Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

parent-child sprint

Sunday, August 28, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Parent – Child Sprint division was designed to encourage family participation and allow children under 15 to participate with some assistance. Parent and child complete the same route as the Co-Ed and Women-Only Sprint participants but will start in the final wave of the weekend. Parent and child will go out together and are required to participate with each other throughout the event.

We are thrilled to offer this exclusive and unique family option. No matter what your speed, goals, or experience level, we welcome you. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area.  The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path and is out-and-back and fast-and-flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the waters edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

SPRINT

swim | 500 yd.

Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

LONG COURSE divisions

long course Event specific divisions are listed below

CO-ED SPRINT divisions

CO-ED SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

WOMEN-ONLY SPRINT

WOMEN-ONLY SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

PARENT CHILD TEAM

PARENT CHILD TEAM SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

duathlon

duathlon Event specific divisions are listed below

Event Distances

LONG COURSE TRIATHLON & Relay

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Long Course Triathlon is one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the country. Its unique distance attracts a variety of athletes and provides a great opportunity for those transitioning from Olympic distance to the longer Half Ironman distance.

The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coast heading up into the American Riviera overlooking Santa Barbara, Montecito and Carpinteria. The out and back course includes everything a cyclist will love; long flat straights, challenging hills and even a downhill or two to rest. The run course cruises the beachfront. You’ll meander by the wharf, the marina, and Leadbetter Beach. You’ll also experience some ups and downs as you pass through parks and quiet beach-side residential neighborhoods. The course is out and back and will typically reward you with a tailwind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

USAT officials will be roaming the course. Violation of USAT rules or any unsafe or unlawful cycling may result in disqualification or time penalties.

Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Safety is our first concern!

LONG COURSE

SWIM | 1 Mile

A straight forward rectangular swim course paralleling the beach. Swimmers will swim out approximately 50 yards to the buoy line and turn right towards Stearns Wharf. After close to 1/2 mile you will turn right again and swim halfway to shore making another right shoulder turn heading back to the start – finish area. This part is a bit trickier due to the rising sun, best to sight off the beach on your left. The final buoy is the ONLY LEFT shoulder turn on the course and will be well marked.

BIKE | 34 Miles

This spectacular bike course starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile straightaway. The middle section is somewhat technical and includes a few mandatory stops. There will be a water bottle transfer at approximately mile 15. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic; do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone unless it is a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 10 Miles

Most of the run is on a bike path. The rest is on residential streets that are open to traffic. Please obey traffic laws. There are a few awesome inclines but the route starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile leg. There will be water stations at each mile. Water & Gatorade will be offered at each water station.

long course AQUABIKE

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Long Course Triathlon is one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in the country. Its unique distance attracts a variety of athletes and provides a great opportunity for those transitioning from Olympic distance to the longer Half Ironman distance.

The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coast heading up into the American Riviera overlooking Santa Barbara, Montecito and Carpinteria. The out and back course includes everything a cyclist will love; long flat straights, challenging hills and even a downhill or two to rest. The run course cruises the beachfront. You’ll meander by the wharf, the marina, and Leadbetter Beach. You’ll also experience some ups and downs as you pass through parks and quiet beach-side residential neighborhoods. The course is out and back and will typically reward you with a tailwind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

USAT officials will be roaming the course. Violation of USAT rules or any unsafe or unlawful cycling may result in disqualification or time penalties.

Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Safety is our first concern!

I love all of it, the distance, the challenge. I did the aquabike this year and that was really cool to have that option.
Jen t.
aquabike

AQUABIKE

SWIM | 1 Mile

A straight forward rectangular swim course paralleling the beach. Swimmers will swim out approximately 50 yards to the buoy line and turn right towards Stearns Wharf. After close to 1/2 mile you will turn right again and swim halfway to shore making another right shoulder turn heading back to the start – finish area. This part is a bit trickier due to the rising sun, best to sight off the beach on your left. The final buoy is the ONLY LEFT shoulder turn on the course and will be well marked.

BIKE | 34 Miles

This spectacular bike course starts and finishes with a flat and fast two mile straightaway. The middle section is somewhat technical and includes a few mandatory stops. There will be a water bottle transfer at approximately mile 15. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic; do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone unless it is a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

co-ed sprint

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Co-Ed Sprint has something for everyone. Men and women of all ages, whether seasoned pros or first-timers, are encouraged to participate in this equally exciting mini version of our renowned long course. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and flat run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area. The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path. The course is out and back, fast and flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the water’s edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

SB Tri Co-ed sprint

SPRINT

SWIM | 500 Yd.

500 Yard Swim: Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 10 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

duathlon

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

Duathletes welcome! We’re thrilled to offer yet another option for our endurance athletes. If swimming isn’t your thing, or you just want to try something new, you can now enter our Co-Ed event and trade the swim for a 1 mile beach run instead. Simply sign up for the Duathlon option. This amazing event will start with a 1-mile beach run (hard sand – low tide willing…), and from there athletes will be routed to the transition area to complete the 6-mile bike and 2-mile run of our Co-Ed Sprint event. For our first year we will limit the participation to the first 100 registrants. We expect this to fill up fast, so don’t wait. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. The course is out and back, fast and flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the water’s edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

Sb TRi Duathlon

DUATHLON

run | 1 mile beach

Start with your toes in the sand (or wear shoes – up to you) with a brisk run along the waterline. We’ll start you in a single wave at the end of the Co-Ed Sprint triathlete waves. At the completion of this leg you will be routed into the transition area along with all the Co-Ed Sprint athletes. You will then complete the final two legs of your event with them.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

women-only sprint

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Women-Only Sprint event began in 2000. We are thrilled to offer this exclusive event to female athletes. No matter what your speed, goals, or experience level, this event has something for you. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. Seasoned “sprint specialists” enjoy meeting and exceeding personal goals while at the same time experiencing the supportive spirit of this unique event. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area.  The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path and is out-and-back and fast-and-flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

I had never done a triathlon and wanted to try it. The sprint course distance was short enough that I only had to train for the swim… This was the perfect event to see how a triathlon works and become comfortable with it.
Erin r.
sprint

SPRINT

swim | 500 yd.

Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

parent-child sprint

Saturday, August 27, 2022

SB Course
Course Maps
Divisions

The Santa Barbara Triathlon Parent – Child Sprint division was designed to encourage family participation and allow children under 15 to participate with some assistance. Parent and child complete the same route as the Co-Ed and Women-Only Sprint participants but will start in the final wave of the weekend. Parent and child will go out together and are required to participate with each other throughout the event.

We are thrilled to offer this exclusive and unique family option. No matter what your speed, goals, or experience level, we welcome you. The calm ocean swim, relatively flat bike and run make for a perfect introduction to the sport of triathlon. The start line offers panoramic views of Santa Barbara’s famous “American Riviera,” the Channel Islands and the beautiful Stearns Wharf. Our swim takes place on the protected shores of East Beach. The short swim parallels the beach and finishes adjacent to the transition area.  The bike route follows the coastline roads toward Butterfly Beach and past the famous Four Seasons Biltmore. The run course cruises the beachfront bike path and is out-and-back and fast-and-flat! Typically you’re even rewarded by a tail wind pushing you to the finish line. Music, refreshments, food and friends await your return.

Our race site is located at the Historic Cabrillo Bathhouse on Santa Barbara’s East Beach. If you’re into dipping your toes in the sand with a beer, good friends and family after an event, then we’ve got you covered. The view of the Channel Islands, the waters edge and the Santa Ynez mountains make for a perfect backdrop.

SPRINT

swim | 500 yd.

Quick and easy, the ocean swim parallels the beach. The average water temperature is 64 degrees. Wetsuits are optional but getting them off may negate any time advantages of wearing one.

BIKE | 6 Miles

The course is very fast and nearly flat (with the exception of one decent-sized hill near the Four Seasons Biltmore). Carry the water you need, as this out-and-back course goes so quickly there’s no time for a water station.Obey all traffic laws – this is an open course. Please note that event volunteers are not able to disrupt or instruct the flow of traffic. Do not take instruction regarding your right-of-way from anyone other than a City Police officer or California Highway Patrol officer.

RUN | 2 Miles

2 Mile Run: One mile out, one mile back – it’s that simple. You can get water at mile one if you dare to slow down.

LONG COURSE divisions

long course Event specific divisions are listed below

CO-ED SPRINT divisions

CO-ED SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

WOMEN-ONLY SPRINT

WOMEN-ONLY SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

PARENT CHILD TEAM

PARENT CHILD TEAM SPRINT Event specific divisions are listed below

duathlon

duathlon Event specific divisions are listed below