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About the Duathlon Race Series

The Duathlon Race Series was created in 2013 with the aim of introducing more athletes to the exciting multisport discipline of duathlon.

With one event in each of USA Triathlon’s 10 Regions, two National Championships and long course duathlon races, athletes across the country will have the opportunity to compete in a top-flight run-bike-run event. Each event is sanctioned by USA Triathlon and will count toward the popular end-of-year Duathlon National Rankings for USA Triathlon annual members. If a series event has more than one distance, the distances listed in the series schedule will count toward the overall Duathlon Race Series Rankings. 

The 2017 Series kicks off in the Southeast Region with the Los Locos Duathlon in Germantown, Tennessee.  The Series will continue through November, with the final event, Bronda's Duathlon, at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. USA Triathlon’s Duathlon National Championships will once again occur in Bend, Oregon, on June 17-18 to highlight the competitive sprint and standard duathlon athletes. 

USA Triathlon sanctioned nearly 600 duathlon races in 2012, more than doubling the number of sanctioned races from 2006. Click here for more on the multisport discipline of duathlon.

2017 Series Schedule

The 2017 Duathlon Race Series features the following 12 USA Triathlon Sanctioned Events from around the country. By participating in two of the Duathlon Race Series events, athletes will be included in the overall Duathlon Race Series rankings.

Event Date Location Distances
Los Locos Duathlon 4/9/2017 Germantown, Tenn., Southeast Region 2 mile run, 14 mile bike, 2 mile run
Mount Rainier Duathlon 4/30/2017 Enumclaw, Wash., Pacific Northwest Region Standard- 5.12 mile run, 28.88 mile bike, 3.79 mile run; Sprint - 1.64 mile run, 14.44 mile bike, 3.79 mile run
Spring Sprint 5/7/2017 San Diego, Calif., Southwest Region Sprint: 1 mile run, 10 mile bike, 3 mile run
Muncie May Duathlon 5/13/2017 East Selma, Ind., Mideast Region Sprint: 1k run, 20.6k bike, 5k run;  Standard: 5k run, 41.2k bike, 10k run
Sartell Apple Duathlon 5/27/2017 Sartell, Minn., Midwest Region 5k run, 33k bike, 5k run
Mission Valley Duathlon 5/28/2017 El Paso, Texas, Rocky Mountain Region 5k run, 20k bike, 5k run
USA Triathlon Duathlon National Championships 6/17-18/2017 Bend, Oregon, Pacific Northwest Region Standard- 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run; Sprint- 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run; Sprint DL: 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run
Fort De Soto Duathlon 7/8/2017 Tierra Verde, Fl., Flordia Region Sprint: 1 mile run, 10 mile bike, 3.1 mile run
Maryland Duathlon 7/15 -16/2017 Woodbine, Md., Mid-Atlantic Region Sprint: 2 miles run, 13 miles run, 2 miles run; Standard: 2 miles run, 26 miles run, 4 miles run
Whaling City Duathlon 7/30/2017 New Bedford, Mass., Northeast Region Sprint: 1 mile run, 12 mile bike, 3.1 mile run
Bronda's Duathlon 11/12/2017 Texas Motor Speedway, Fort Worth, Texas, South Midwest Region 2mi run, 16 mi bike, 2mi run

Duathlon Series Rankings

Click here to view the first edition of the 2017 Duathlon Race Series Rankings PDF.

Click here to download the final 2016 Duathlon Race Series Rankings PDF.

Click here to download the final 2015 Duathlon Race Series Rankings PDF.

Click here to download the final 2014 Duathlon Race Series Rankings PDF.

Click here to download the final 2013 Duathlon Race Series Rankings PDF.

When the 2013 Duathlon Race Series unveiled itself in January, it included results for standard-distance events only — 10 regionally based duathlons and the USA Triathlon Duathlon National Championships. Athletes competing in more than one Series event at the standard distance received a 2013 Duathlon Race Series Ranking.

It is not surprising then that in the inaugural year for the Duathlon Race Series, USA Triathlon and the Duathlon Committee saw a trend occurring that required a change in philosophy. Because so many of the events included a sprint-distance race (six in total), the Committee supported adding this distance to the Series Rankings formula. So, the change — that both standard and sprint Series events are included in the rankings — will be in effect for each season.

For final 2017 Duathlon Race Series Rankings, an athlete must compete in two or more Series races to receive a score. Both standard and sprint-distance races are included in the Rankings, regardless of race distance. Rankings are determined by averaging the top two scores for the Series.

Once the Duathlon Race Series has finished for the year, the rankings will be calculated and posted here on the website. Awards will be presented to the top three athletes per age group based upon the rankings. The Duathlon Race Series winners will be announced on the Duathlon Race Series page.