The 2020 Toyota Age Group National Championships have been canceled. For more information on deferment to 2021 or 2022, please view the registration page.

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Address | Awards | Bike Check-In and Out | Bike Course Riding | Challenge Team DivisionCourse Nutrition | Drug Testing | Events App | Event-Day Communications | Event PhotosOpen Water Swim Competition | Packet Pickup & Race Expo | Parking | Participant List | Research Project | Sportsmanship | Swim & Water Temperature | Timing Chips | Town Hall Meeting | Volunteer | Weather

 

VIP Hospitality

Support your athlete while supporting the USA Triathlon Foundation. Enjoy the convenience, hospitality and dedicated viewing areas offered to VIP guests throughout race day — food and beverages, $150 in gifts, and special VIP access. Get a front-row seat at the finish in Milwaukee with the USA Triathlon Foundation!

Click here to purchase your VIP Hospitality Package. Packages may also be purchased during the event registration process.

Proceeds from your purchase support the USA Triathlon Foundation.

(Click the package chart to view in a larger screen).

Address

The address for the 2020 Toyota Age Group National Championships is 500 N Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202

 

Awards

Olympic-Distance Sprint
Category Place Category Place
Overall (M/F)  1-3  Overall (M/F)  1-3 
85-89 (M/F) 1-10 85-89 (M/F) 1-10
80-84 (M/F) 1-10 80-84 (M/F) 1-10
75-79 (M/F) 1-10 75-79 (M/F) 1-10
70-74 (M/F) 1-10 70-74 (M/F) 1-10
65-69 (M/F) 1-10 65-69 (M/F) 1-10
60-65 (M/F) 1-10 60-65 (M/F) 1-10
55-59 (M/F) 1-10 55-59 (M/F) 1-10
50-54 (M/F) 1-10 50-54 (M/F) 1-10
45-49 (M/F) 1-10 45-49 (M/F) 1-10
40-44 (M/F) 1-10 40-44 (M/F) 1-10
35-39 (M/F) 1-10 35-39 (M/F) 1-10
30-34 (M/F) 1-10 30-34 (M/F) 1-10
25-29 (M/F) 1-10 25-29 (M/F) 1-10
20-24 (M/F) 1-10 20-24 (M/F) 1-10
17-19 (M/F) 1-10 17-19 (M/F) 1-10
Open Water Swim
 Category  Place
 Overall (M/F)  1-3
 60+ (M/F)  1-3
 40-59 (M/F)  1-3
15-39 (M/F)   1-3

For specific race entry and award eligibility requirements, please see the registration pages. 

Bike Check-In and Out

Bike check-in for the Olympic-Distance National Championships will be from 10 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 7. Sprint National Championships athletes will check in bikes Saturday, Aug. 8 from 2:50 - 4:45 p.m. These times are mandatory for all athletes.

Transition will reopen at 4:55 a.m. race morning and close at 6:55 a.m. for all athletes on both days. Olympic-distance athletes will be able to check bikes out on Saturday at approximately 11:45 a.m. Sprint National Championships athletes can check out bikes on Sunday at approximately 10:35 a.m. There is no bike check-in on race morning.

Note: No bags will be allowed in transition. The security of bags and personal items is the responsibility of the athletes, not USA Triathlon. There will be a secure bag-check tent, so please check your bag at the tent or leave it in your car or hotel. Athletes must have their wristband on to check-in and check-out your bike.

Bike Check-In Procedure for Athletes Doing Both Races

Bike check-out on Saturday, Aug. 8 is mandatory for all Olympic-distance athletes at 12:00 p.m. (approx.). For athletes also competing in Sprint distance on Sunday, Aug. 9, we have made the process easier for you. In transition, there will be a row of racks with no numbers. When bike check-out starts at approximately 12:00 p.m., athletes have one of two options:

  1. Remove your bike and gear from your Olympic-distance rack position and re-rack, leaving only your bike. Your gear must go with you. Once this is complete, you may choose to do one of the following: 
    • A.) Return on Saturday when sprint distance check-in takes place from 2:50 - 4:45 p.m. and re-rack your bike in the rack position that has your sprint-distance number OR
    • B.) Arrive on Sunday morning when transition is open to re-rack your bike in the rack position that has your sprint-distance number
  2. Remove your bike and gear from your Olympic-distance rack position and exit transition. You may then re-enter transition during sprint distance check in taking place from 4-6:30 p.m. and re-rack your bike in the rack position that has your sprint-distance number.

Please keep in mind the following notes if you are racing both Olympic-distance and Sprint races:

  • You will have a different race number for each race. You must change out your Olympic-distance number for your sprint distance number on your helmet, bike, bib, wristband, and tattoos.
  • So that race staff may identify your bike if needed, please ensure your bike still has a number on it if you place it on the racks without numbers (can be either Olympic or Sprint number)
  • All numbers are unique to each athlete; there are no duplicates.
  • The racks without numbers are located inside of transition area and will remain secured as with the rest of transition area.
  • Additionally, please ensure you wear the appropriate swim cap for the appropriate day of racing.

Bike Course - No Riding Outside of Racing

For your safety and the safety of drivers, please do not ride your bike on the course outside of designated racing times. The road will not be closed before race day and will only be closed during permitted race times. The road will be completely closed to vehicular traffic during racing. People found riding outside of designated times may be ticketed by the police.

Click here to view the course maps. 

Challenged Team Division

USA Triathlon is excited to partner with myTEAM TRIUMPH to offer a Challenged Team division to be apart of the Time to Tri Open Wave! 

 

myTEAM TRIUMPH is an assisted athlete organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people with different abilities through the teamwork approach of endurance athletics.Each team is comprised of a “Captain”, the athletes who are differently abled and an “Angel”, an able bodied guide. Together, they train and race to enjoy the thrill of the finish line and the power of impactful relationships!  

 

Be sure to cheer on these athletes as part of the final wave of the sprint distance race on Sunday.

Course Nutrition

  Gatorade Endurance formula is the Official Sports Beverage of USA Triathlon and will once again be available on the course for all athletes.
   
 Sport In Science Science in Sport will provide on-course energy gels and energy bars at aid stations. Science in Sport’s isotonic gels provide fast, easily digestible energy! Both caffeinated and non-caffeinated will be available. Science in Sport will also offer their energy bars on course that pack 26g of carbohydrates into each bar!
   

Drug Testing

In accordance with U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) regulations, athletes may be drug tested at this event. Should drug testing occur, there are strict protocols that must be followed and will be coordinated by the on-site USADA representative as well as a USA Triathlon staff member. For information on USADA, please click here. For a list prohibited and banned substances, click here.

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Events App

All athletes, spectators, family, and friends are encouraged to download the USA Triathlon Events App. Users can follow the progress of athletes as they race through each of USA Triathlon’s Owned National Championships. Click here to download today.

Click here for app FAQs.

Event-Day Communications

In the event of an emergency or the need of USA Triathlon to communicate important information on event-day, please stay tuned to USA Triathlon's social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter (@usatriathlon and @USATlive), your email, the USA Triathlon Events App, and venue PA announcements.  

Event Photos - FinisherPix

Get your personal race photos with FinisherPix! FinisherPix is the official photographer at Age Group Nationals. Your personal race photos will be available at http://www.finisherpix.com/USAT2020. Make sure your bib number is facing front at all times and don't forget to smile when you cross the finish line. Have a great race!

Open Water Swim Competition

A 750m Open Water Swim Competition will allow athletes to gain access to a competitive race either as a tune up for Saturday and Sunday races or for those not racing to be involved in the overall event weekend. The timed competition will see athletes receiving a swim cap and t-shirt, along with awards for top placing athletes. With spots for only 200 people, be sure to sign up now! Registration is $45 - click here!

Packet Pickup & Race Expo

More information coming soon!

Parking

There will be no on-site parking at this event. Note that most hotels are within walking distance of the venue. Parking map coming soon!

Participant List

Click here to view the current participant list. This is updated each Monday before the event.  

Research Project: The Effect of Triathlon Training on Resting Heart Rates with Aging

You're invited to participate in a study by Bill Gaertner on how triathlon affects resting heart rates! Learn how fit your heart and lungs are, as well as contribute to the advancement of sports medicine as it applies to triathletes. This study consists of answering a few short questions and utilizing a small hand-held pulse oximeter. Click here to learn more.

Sportsmanship

USA Triathlon Sportsmanship Creed

As competitive athletes and members of the triathlon community, you know there is no better feeling than succeeding in your endeavors in sport. As a competitor at USA Triathlon events, you have a responsibility to demonstrate the highest standards of sportsmanship per the USA Triathlon Rulebook (Article III, Sections 3.3 and 3.4, Line b.), and as such, should always show respect for the sport, your fellow athletes, race staff, officials, volunteers and spectators. Each individual athlete shares this responsibility, which includes refraining from the use of improper language and conduct detrimental to the community at large. This rule will be strictly enforced and disrespectful language or conduct will not be tolerated.

For more information on USA Triathlon rules and sportsmanship, please reference the USAT Competitive Rules.   

Swim and Water Temperature 

According to Article IV, Rule 4.4, the wetsuit rule is stated as follows: 

“Each age group participant shall be permitted to wear a wet suit without penalty in any event sanctioned by USA Triathlon up to and including a water temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit.” 

Due to the nature of the Age Group National Championships, no athletes will be permitted to wear a wetsuit if the water temperature exceeds 78 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Latex alergies: If you have a latex allergy, please let USAT staff know and you will be provided with a non-latex swim cap. 

Timing Chip

Timing chips must be returned after the event - they are NOT disposable. If you are participating in multiple races, you will receive a separate chip for each race. Your chip must be returned at the completion of your race at the finish line. If you forget to return your chip, you can return it by mail. Lost chips result in a $95 replacement fee. Mail lost chips to:

Sportstats USA

4005 West River Dr NE Suite B4

Comstock Park, MI 49321

Town Hall Meeting

More information to come!

Volunteers Needed!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for USA Triathlon.  We hope that you are able to find a volunteer position that works for you.  There are flexible shifts available with numerous opportunities to participate, including supporting course aid stations, registration, finish line and more. 

USA Triathlon events could not be executed without the support of our volunteers, so thank you in advance for the part you will play in helping our athletes chase their goals/dreams and achieve competitive excellence. If you have any questions or run in to any issues when registering as a volunteer, please reach out to Kara Thompson at kara.thompson@usatriathlon.org

We are looking forward to meeting and working with you!

Volunteer for This Event

Weather

For the Weekend of Age Group Nationals
Sunrise Time Sunset Time
5:50 AM 8:02 PM
Avg. High Temp Avg. Low Temp
75 F 66 F
Water Temp  
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