COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Triathlon today announced the 15 women’s-focused multisport events that are a part of the inaugural USA Triathlon Women’s Series. The series highlights prominent women’s races across the country that give female athletes, from beginner to experienced, a space to celebrate and engage with other women in the multisport community.
“Our sport has always been unique in that the pioneers of our sport established parity from the early days of professional racing and that parity has become a part of the foundation of our sport at all levels,” said Victoria Brumfield, USA Triathlon CEO. “We appreciate the work being done by these local race directors who are carrying on this tradition and supporting more opportunities for women to get involved in our sport as it’s one of our organization’s guiding principles and at the core of what we do.”
Qualification is not required to participate in the USA Triathlon Women’s Series, which spans the multisport season from May through October. Race series participants will receive special USA Triathlon Women’s Series stickers, as well as recognition on usatriathlon.org and USA Triathlon’s social channels. Series participants can collect points for prizes by racing multiple events in the Series. Events in the USA Triathlon Women’s Series feature a variety of different race distances and formats, including sprint- and Olympic-distance triathlons, aquabikes (swim-bike), aquathlon (swim-run), duathlons (run-bike-run), relay categories and youth events.
Training plans written by female USA Triathlon Certified Coaches are available for race participants and each event will feature a happy hour with members of the USA Triathlon Women’s Committee and female USA Triathlon Certified Coaches, giving race participants a platform to ask their questions.
As part of USA Triathlon’s commitment to and support for local racing, each event in the USA Triathlon’s Women’s Series receives increased marketing and communications support to drive registration, including promotion on USA Triathlon’s website and social media pages. Women’s Series Race Directors are also eligible to apply for USA Triathlon’s Gatorade Endurance Race Director Program, which provides Gatorade Endurance formula to select USA Triathlon Sanctioned events.
2023 USA TRIATHLON WOMEN'S SERIESApril 22: Mighty Mujer Triathlon — El Paso, Texas
May 13: AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Triathlon & Duathlon — Clermont, Florida
May 20: She Tris Sprint Triathlon I'On Club — Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
May 21: Nashville Women's Triathlon — Nashville, Tennessee
June 24: Tri Goddess Triathlon — Grass Lake, Michigan
July 9: Women’s Philadelphia Triathlon — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 23: Georgia Peach Women's Sprint — Gainesville, Georgia
Aug. 13: Wisconsin Women's Triathlon — Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
Aug. 13: Ramblin' Rose Series Winston-Salem — Winston-Salem, N.C.
Aug. 19: Mighty Moraine Women's Tri — Portersville, Pennsylvania
Sept. 10: Title 9 Women's Triathlon — Hopkinton, Massachusetts
Sept. 17: Ramblin' Rose Series Huntersville — Huntersville, N.C.
Sept. 23: She Tris Sprint Triathlon Carnes Crossroads — Summerville, South Carolina
Sept. 30: The Monarch Triathlon — Kingman, Arizona
Oct. 1: Ramblin' Rose Series Chapel Hill — Chapel Hill, N.C.
Mighty Mujer Triathlon
The all-female Mighty Mujer Triathlon El Paso on April 22 offers races in the super sprint triathlon, sprint triathlon, aquabike, bike-run, run/walk and relay teams formats. The beginner-friendly swim takes place in a pool. To learn more and register, visit the event’s website.
AdventHealth Girlz on Fire Triathlon & Duathlon
Organized by Sommer Sports Events, the Mother’s Day event on May 13 at Clermont, Florida’s Clermont Waterfront Park features a .25-mile swim, 8-mile bike and a 3.1-mile run, along with a duathlon and a 5k run. To register and learn more, visit the event’s website.
She Tris Sprint Triathlon I'On Club
She Tris organizes the She Tris Sprint Triathlon I'On Club in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, on May 20. The beginner-friendly race features a pool swim in the I'On Club pool and stunning marsh views. To register and learn more, visit the event’s website.
Nashville Women's Triathlon
Organized by Team Magic Multisports, the Nashville Women’s Triathlon on May 21 offers both a sprint- and super-sprint distance race option with a pool swim at the Centennial Sportsplex, an urban bike course through Nashville’s Sylvan Park neighborhood and a scenic run through Centennial Park. Learn more and register at the event’s website.
Tri Goddess Triathlon
Celebrating women of all abilities, Michigan’s Tri Goddess Triathlon on June 24 at the Portage Lake Unit of Waterloo State Recreation Area, includes a sprint- and Olympic-distance triathlon, triathlon relay, duathlon and aquabike. The race is organized by Epic Races. To learn more and register, visit the event’s website.
Women’s Philadelphia Triathlon
The sixth annual all-women’s sprint triathlon on July 9 features a pool swim in Kelly Pool, a bike on closed roads and a scenic 5K run through West Fairmount Park. The event also offers other race options such as a duathlon, aquabike and 5K. Registration and more information is available at the event’s website.
Georgia Peach Women’s Sprint
The sprint-distance triathlon on July 23 in Gainesville, Georgia, is organized by Georgia Multisports Productions and takes place at Lake Lanier Olympic Park. To register and learn more, visit the event’s website.
Wisconsin Women’s Triathlon
Organized by Race Day Events, the 10th annual Wisconsin Women’s Triathlon on Aug. 13 at Pleasant Prairie’s beautiful Lake Andrea features a sprint-distance triathlon and duathlon. Register and learn more about the event at the event’s website.
Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlons
North Carolina’s Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlons are produced by Set Up Events and 2023 marks the 17th season of Ramblin’ Rose, with events in Winston-Salem, Huntersville, Huntersville and Chapel Hill. Learn more and register for the Ramblin’ Rose races at the event’s website.
Mighty Moraine Women’s Tri
Produced by Get Fit Families, the Mighty Moraine Women’s Tri on Aug. 19 at Pennsylvania’s Moraine State Park features a sprint-distance triathlon and a youth race. To learn more and register, visit the event’s website.
Title 9 Women’s Triathlon
Organized by Max Performance, the Title 9 Women’s Triathlon on Sept. 10 in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, includes a sprint-distance triathlon and a fun, supportive atmosphere at Hopkinton Reservoir. Registration and more info is available at the event’s website.
She Tris Sprint Triathlon Carnes Crossroads
She Tris also produces the Sept. 23 race in Summerville, South Carolina, with a pool swim taking place at Carnes Crossroads. The event also includes races for youth girls ages 6-14. Learn more and register at the event’s website.
The Monarch Triathlon
The Monarch Triathlon on Sept. 30 in Kingman, Arizona, is produced by SheStrong, a non-profit and USA Triathlon Club supporting women and their families who have experienced cancer. The course features a downstream swim in the Colorado River and a bike on historic Route 66. Learn more and register at the event’s website.