AGNC
Olympic-Distance: August 12, 2017 
1500m swim, 40k bike, 10k run 
Olympic-Distance Entry Fee: $179
Olympic-Distance Registration Info: CLOSED

Sprint: August 13, 2017
750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run
Sprint Entry Fee: $109
Sprint Registration Info: CLOSED

Location: Levi Carter Park
1108 Carter Blvd.
Omaha, NE 68110
Registration Closes on Aug. 4 at 11:59 p.m. MT
Lodging Information: Click Here
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Official Supplier of Staff Vehicles:

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Welcome to Omaha!

2017 Age Group National ChampionshipsUSA Triathlon hosted Age Group Nationals in Omaha for the second consecutive year. Thousands of athletes competed at Levi Carter Park. Kirsten Sass (Olympic-distance & sprint), Bill Jones (Olympic-distance) and Morgan Pearson (sprint) captured the overall titles in 2017. Visit the coverage page to relive the action. Find results here.

Current Water Temperature

The current water temperature at Carter Lake is 82.5 degrees F as of 8/13.

Event Program

The 2017 USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships event program is now available in a digital edition (best viewed on desktop), Android and iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch app. The event program features key event information, including the schedule of events, maps, frequently asked questions and more. Click here to view the program.

Pre-Race Webinar

All athletes are encouraged to watch the pre-race webinar. Recorded by Race Director Brian D'Amico, this presentation will detail everything you need to know for a successful race. Click here to watch on YouTube.

About Omaha

Omaha is a national sports hub. The city hosts the College World Series annually since 1950, and hosted the USA Swimming Olympic Trials for the third time in the summer of 2016. Omaha has also hosted the U.S. Figure Skating Championships and most recently at the international level, the 2015 FIVB Women's Volleyball World Grand Prix Final Round.

OmahaOmaha is the heart of the country. You feel it the minute you arrive, and it stays with you long after you leave. The city is filled with surprising features, including the world’s largest indoor desert and the country’s largest indoor rainforest. Omaha is the only place where you can walk on “Bob,” a one-of-a-kind pedestrian bridge with a larger-than-life personality. The Nebraska/Iowa border runs right through Bob so you can actually stand in two states at the same time — it’s called “Bobbing” — trust us, it’s a thing.

Omaha offers a groundbreaking cultural scene, Smithsonian affiliated museums and a lively entertainment district filled with local restaurants, quirky boutiques, street musicians and great pubs. And any city worth its foodie reputation has a specialty, and Omaha’s lucky enough to have two. Best known for its legendary mouth-watering steaks, Omaha is also home to the Reuben sandwich — yep, it was invented here. Many have duplicated it, but you should always travel for the original.

Omaha is the center of the country making travel easy, and the airport is conveniently located close to Omaha’s vibrant downtown. Consistently ranked as a top value destination, Omaha is definitely worth the trip.

Learn more about things to do during your trip to Omaha and Council Bluffs, Iowa, right across the river!

Olympic-Distance Event Qualification Emails

To register, you must use the unique link provided to you once you have received the "You've Qualified" email. Your unique link will be sent in a separate email from Active.com within one to two business days of receiving the "You've Qualified" email. If you believe you have qualified, but did not receive the email, please first read the qualification details. Please note: race directors have 15 days to submit results after their event occurs. If you have qualified, you will not receive the qualification email until a few days after they submit results. Please wait to inquire about your qualification status until at least 15 days after your triathlon occurs.

No qualification is required for Sprint-Distance. Sprint registration is open to everybody.

Team USA Qualification

Team USA

Standard-Distance Team USA

The 2017 USA Triathlon Olympic-Distance Age Group National Championships in Omaha, Nebraska will qualify athletes for the 2018 ITU Standard-Distance Triathlon World Championships in Gold Coast, Australia. After applying the age-up rule, the top 18 in each age group, rolling down to 25th place will qualify for the World Championship. The top 20 athletes per age group in the USA Triathlon annual rankings as of 12/31 will qualify for the world championship. The top 2 are offered a spot rolling down to 20th. 

Athletes must be present at the awards ceremony to accept their slot. Failure to accept your slot at the ceremony will result in a forfeiture of your slot.

Note: All spots offered via the rankings system are subject to spots being available on the roster

Sprint Team USA

The 2017 USA Triathlon Sprint-Distance Age Group National Championships in Omaha, Nebraska will qualify athletes for the 2018 ITU Draft-Legal Sprint-Distance World Championships in Gold Coast, Australia. The 2017 Age Group National Championships are not-draft legal, however, athletes will also have the additional opportunity to qualify through a separate Draft-Legal World Qualifier on October 7, 2017 in Sarasota, Fl. Six (6) spots per age group at the Age Group Sprint National Championships and twelve (12) spots per age group at the Draft-Legal Qualifier will be allocated to the World Championship. Click here for further details on qualification.

Team USA Age-Up Rule

At 2017 Nationals, athletes will race in their appropriate age groups based on their age as of Dec. 31, 2017. Awards will be issued based on those results. If an athlete "ages up" into another age group in 2018, a separate set of results will be issued accounting for those athletes who aged up and Team USA slots will be awarded based on these results. So their finish time will be compared to those athletes in the older age group. For example, if John Doe is going to be 49 years old by Dec. 31, 2017, he will age-up up into the 50-54 age group for the 2018 World Championships since he will be 50 years old by Dec. 31, 2018. Thus, for Team USA qualifying purposes, his time at the qualification event will be compared to the men currently in the 50-54 age group. We will post the age-up results at the awards ceremony.

Who can qualify for Team USA?

All athletes eligible to represent the United States must:

Be a U.S. citizen OR

Be a U.S. national – someone who has resided in the U.S. for three consecutive years and has not competed for their country of citizenship in the prior year.
Team USA eligible athletes must not have competed for their country of citizenship in the prior year. Athletes who choose to be recognized as nationals who have competed for their country of citizenship in the last year may get dispensation by obtaining a letter from the National Federation of their home country allowing competition as a USA athlete.

For more information visit the Team USA website.