Mixed Relay

The Mixed Relay race will take place on Sunday, August 4.

Entry fee: $35 per person

The race field will be limited to 60 teams (240 athletes)
Race Distances:  250-meter swim, 5-kilometer draft-legal bike and 1.2-kilometer run


Elite teams will be invited via email. 

Please contact Steve Kelley (steve.kelley@usatriathlon.org) for more information.

Please review the 2019 Junior Elite Series Guide for further registration details (coming soon). 

Important Registration Information:

  • There is no transfer or deferment of entries from one year to the next
  • There are no refunds
  • Athletes MUST be annual USA Triathlon members to race
  • Registration will remain open until the event sells out or July 31 at 11:59 p.m. MT.

Athletes must be entered into the age group that corresponds with their age as of December 31, 2019.
All athletes eligible for awards at USAT National Championships must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or 
  • A U.S. national – someone who has resided in the USA for three consecutive years.

Event Cancellation/Modification Policy

In the event of extreme weather, natural disaster, community disaster or other unforeseen emergencies, our action steps will be as follows:
  1. USA Triathlon, in concert with local officials, will make the final decision based on safety of the athletes, spectators, vendors, volunteers and others affiliated with the event.
  2. USAT may, based on the conditions of the course, shorten the distances or cancel the event altogether.
  3. Because costs of the event have already been paid out to cover various levels of production expenses,  there will be NO REFUNDS, transferred entry fees or future complimentary entry fees.


  • Athletes must wear a team uniform that fully covers his/her torso from race start to finish. Matching team uniforms are highly encouraged.
  • Wetsuits are not allowed if the water temperature is above 20°C (68°F).
  • Athletes must move forward after the start signal (no lateral or rearward movement along the start line).
  • All penalties will be assessed in the penalty box located on the run course and may be served by any team members currently on the field of play.
  • Blocking or interfering with the forward progress of another competitor is not allowed.
  • Aero helmets are not permitted. Helmet chin-strap must be buckled at all times while touching the bike.
  • All equipment must be placed in your individual transition bin after use (e.g. swim cap, goggles, helmet).
  • Bicycle must have a traditional triangular frame; wheels must have at least 16 spokes; handlebars must be traditional drop-style with bar-ends plugged; clip-on aerobars may not extend beyond the brake levers' foremost line and must be bridged; no bar-end gear shifters allowed; elbow pads are allowed.
  • Athletes will race in the order of female, male, female, male.

For a full set of draft-legal rules, click here.