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1500m swim, 40k bike, 10k run 

750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run

August 5, 2022
750m Swim

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Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 11:59 p.m.CT


Weather Update for Sunday's Sprint National Championships

We're working in close collaboration with the City of Milwaukee and health and safety officials to monitor the weather forecast. Due to this morning's rain and the likelihood of thunderstorms, the race format is changing from a Sprint Distance to a Super Sprint distance, with a time-trial start. Changing the format to a Super Sprint format is the best option for USA Triathlon to safely offer a National Championship racing opportunity.

Continue to check your email, event website at, the USA Triathlon Events App and USA Triathlon social media for all updates regarding Sunday’s Sprint National Championships. USA Triathlon's No. 1 priority is the safety of our athletes, spectators, event Officials, volunteers, first responders and all involved in producing a National Championship event.

The intention is to start Sunday's race at 7 a.m. as originally scheduled. We will continue to monitor the weather forecast and communicate potential time changes. 

The Super Sprint Distance will consist of:

  • 385m swim (using a time trial format within your original wave start)
  • 10.7km bike
  • 2.5km run

USA Triathlon Certified Officials and USA Triathlon staff on site will be able to assist you with any questions you have about the course and race formats.

Participants are encouraged to check their email, event website, the USA Triathlon Events App and USA Triathlon social media for the latest official weather information and status of Sunday’s Sprint National Championships.

Explanation of Time Trial Format 

The Super Sprint Time Trial format is quick. Wave order will remain the same - but the time gap between each wave will be shortened. Waves will start in 2-minute increments. Proposed schedule based on 7 a.m. start:

7:00 AM Wave 1 - Male 15 - 19
7:02 AM Wave 2 - Male 20-29
7:04 AM Wave 3 - Female 20-29
7:06 AM Wave 4 - Females 35-39
7:08 AM Wave 5 - Females 30-34
7:10 AM Wave 6 - Female 15-19
7:12 AM Wave 7 - Male 70+
7:14 AM Wave 8 - Female 50 - 54
7:16 AM Wave 9 - Male 55-59
7:18 AM Wave 10 - Male 45 - 49
7:20 AM Wave 11 - Female 60-64
7:22 AM Wave 12 - Male 35 - 39
7:24 AM Wave 13 - Female 55 - 59
7:26 AM Wave 14 - Male 60-64
7:28 AM Wave 15 - Male 30 - 34
7:30 AM Wave 16 - Female 65+
7:32 AM Wave 17 - Female 40 - 44
7:36 AM Wave 18 - Male 40-44
7:40 AM Wave 19 - Male 65-69
7:42 AM Wave 20 - Male 50-54
7:44 AM Wave 21 - Female 45 - 49
7:46 AM Wave 22 - Non-Binary All Ages
7:48 AM Wave 23 - Time to Tri Open Male
7:50 AM Wave 24 - Time to Tri Open Female (non-championship)
7:52 AM Wave 25 - Time to Tri Open Non-Binary All Ages (non-championship)
7:54 AM Wave 26 - PC Open (non-championship) 

Athletes, be prepared to be ready for your race earlier than your original wave time.

Transition will close at 6:55 a.m., as scheduled.

Results and Live Tracking

Athletes - View your preliminary results here

Spectators and athletes are encouraged to download the USA Triathlon Events App to view results and track athletes live as they race. 

To view the desktop version of the app, click here.

Water Temperature & Wetsuits

Saturday: The current water temperature at the race venue is 62.6 degrees. Wetsuits are OPTIONAL for Saturday's Olympic-Distance National Championships. 

To view the current water temperature at the race venue near Discovery World, click here.

Friday: The current water temperature at the race venue is 58 degrees. This means wetsuits are MANDATORY for Friday's Open Water Swim competition. Sleeveless wetsuits are acceptable. Swimskins are not allowed. 

COVID-19 Impact

With the recent increase in positive cases of COVID-19, the BA.5 variant is now the most dominant strain of COVID-19 in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  

Anybody who has experienced a recent exposure, or has a positive test for COVID-19 10-14 days before the Toyota USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships, or is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 should not attend the Toyota USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships or other USA Triathlon National Championship events.

COVID-19 symptoms include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

If you cannot attend the Toyota USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships or another USA Triathlon National Championship event due to COVID-19, please contact