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Olympic-Distance: August 7, 2021
1500m swim, 40k bike, 10k run 
Olympic-Distance Entry Fee: $249
Registration Info: Click Here

Sprint: August 8, 2021
750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run
Sprint Entry Fee: $169
Registration Info: Click Here

Open Water Swim Competition:
August 6, 2021 11:00 a.m.
750m Swim
Entry Fee: $45
Registration: Click Here

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Registration closes when event is sold out or by:
Wednesday, Aug. 4 at 11:59 p.m.CT
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A Great Place on a Great Lake

USA Triathlon is heading back to Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the 2021 Toyota Age Group National Championships!

USA Triathlon is pleased to offer two races in Milwaukee. On Saturday, August 7, the Olympic-Distance National Championship will take place and on Sunday, August 8, Sprint-Distance National Championships will be awarded. Whether you are looking for the opportunity to become a national champion or simply compete among the most competitive age group athletes, this race is for you.

As a city that cherishes its roots, Milwaukee features revitalized architecture throughout downtown, along with a parade of summer festivals to celebrate the diverse cultures that made the city what it is today. But Milwaukee is also a city that's growing and changing. From major construction projects like a brand new arena and streetcar, to the revival of streets and neighborhoods around the city, there's a new energy in the air. Experience this and more at Age Group Nationals! 

WATCH THE LIVE STREAM! The stream will be available starting at 6:50 a.m. CT for both the Olympic-distance (Saturday, Aug. 7) and Sprint events (Sunday, Aug. 8) on

Pre-Race Webinar 



Rules Briefing and Adjustments



FREE Training Plans for Event Registrants

Melissa Mantak and Justin Trolle, USA Triathlon Level III Certified Coaches, created training plans for AGNC that are free for athletes registered for AGNC. Please reach out to for the promo code.

Training plans from Melissa Mantak, USA Triathlon Level III Certified Coach, The Empowered Athlete


Sprint 10 weeks – advanced | Sprint 12 weeks – advanced | Sprint 10 weeks – intermediate  | Sprint 12 weeks – intermediate 

Justin Trolle, USA Triathlon Level III Certified Coach, Outcast Endurance

Olympic 12 weeks – swim-focused | Olympic 12 weeks – bike-focused | Olympic 12 weeks – run-focused | Olympic 12 weeks - overall balanced


Coronavirus Safety Precautions

Please know that the health and safety of all athletes, staff, volunteers and the community at large is USA Triathlon’s highest priority. We are dedicated to providing a safe environment at all USA Triathlon events, and our race logistics and safety plans for 2021 are specifically designed to prevent COVID-19 exposure and transmission. The Toyota Age Group National Championships will be held with stringent COVID-19 safety precautions in place according to USA Triathlon’s Safe Return to Multisport initiative. Additional details will be communicated to athletes on a regular basis in the lead-up to the event; however, participants should expect the following safety measures to be in place:

  • Self-screening before arrival at venue
  • Contact reduction for all athletes, staff and volunteers
  • Pre-race briefings held virtually instead of in-person
  • Increased cleaning and disinfecting practices onsite, including hand sanitizer stations throughout venue 
  • Signage throughout venue reminding athletes to wear masks and remain 6 feet apart whenever possible
  • Masks will be optional for all outdoor events, but strongly encouraged for those not vaccinated.
  • Per recent guidance from the Milwaukee Health Department surrounding the Delta variant, masks will be required for all persons attending the awards ceremonies and KT Tape Team USA Lounge at the Hyatt Regency.

These practices are subject to change based on the evolving COVID-19 situation and any restrictions put in place by the host city, county and venue itself. 

To learn more about USA Triathlon’s Safe Return to Multisport Initiative, visit Athletes may be interested in the Return to Racing Recommendations for Athletes, which outlines the changes event participants should expect when racing in the COVID-19 era, why these changes are necessary and how to prepare for them. To download the Safe Return to Racing Recommendations for athletes, click here