Legacy Triathlon

 
July 18, 2020
750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run 
Age Group Entry Fee: $125
Toyota Paratriathlon Nationals Entry Fee: $120
Relay Entry Fee: $150
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Open Water Swim Competition - July 17, 2020
750m and 1500m Swim, Entry Fee: $30
Athletes Receive: swim cap, timed event, t-shirt, awards
No USAT One Day Membership Fee
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Location: Marina Green, Long Beach, CA
Age Group & PC Open Registration Closes on:
July 15 at 11:59 p.m. MT
 
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Start Your Legacy July 18, 2020 in Long Beach

USA Triathlon is proud to return to Long Beach for the Legacy Triathlon, a non-draft sprint-distance race, inclusive of Physically Challenged (PC) Open athletes, that will be held annually beginning July 20, 2019 in Long Beach — proposed site of the triathlon competitions at the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The 2020 Legacy Triathlon will feature a non-draft sprint-distance course (750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike, 5-kilometer run) and will be open to age-group and PC Open athletes. A three-person relay option is also available. Registration is now open, and no qualification is required! In addition, the Legacy Triathlon will include an Open Water Swim competition in partnership with USA Swimming and U.S. Masters Swimming, a PATCO Sprint Triathlon Panamerican Cup, a Splash and Dash Youth Aquathlon, a paratriathlon skills clinic, and a host of other ancillary events. 

Toyota USA Paratriathlon Nationals Return to Long Beach

In conjunction with the Legacy Triathlon, the 2020 Toyota USA Paratriathlon National Championships will return to Long Beach on July 18. Paratriathlon athletes will cover a 750m swim, 20km bike, and a 5km run.  

“USA Triathlon is proud to recognize the incredible achievements of U.S. paratriathletes while continuing to lead the professionalization of paratriathlon worldwide,” said Amanda Duke Boulet, Paralympic Program Director at USA Triathlon. “We look forward to showcasing the sport in Long Beach once again next year, with an improved course that enables all paratriathlon competitors to race to their potential.”

Celebrating Southern California's Rich Olympic History 

The Legacy Triathlon will enable USA Triathlon to contribute to Southern California’s Olympic lore and rich triathlon history by giving back to the local multisport community. USA Triathlon is the first National Governing Body to bring a new annual event to the Los Angeles footprint as part of the lead-up to 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Our mission is to start building our legacy before, rather than after, the Games — starting at the grassroots level, and over time becoming a prestigious international event featuring elite and age-group athletes, as well as paratriathletes, from around the world.

To give back to the local multisport community and fulfill its mission of opening pathways to triathlon for all, the USA Triathlon Foundation has committed a total of $100,000 in funding — $10,000 per year through 2028 — to support local community initiatives in conjunction with the Legacy Triathlon.

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