When: Saturday July 7th 
Pre-race meeting at 8:00, Race begins 8:15 AM

Where: Columbus, NE
49 Park Circle Dr. Columbus, NE 68601 Click for a Map
TriColumbus is an informal training event using the "Sprint" Triathlon distances of 750M swim, 20k bike, and 5k run. Maps and details are available below (PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR COURSE IS NICE AND FLAT AND THE SWIM ROUTE HAS PLENTY OF "RESTING" SPOTS WHERE YOU CAN STAND).

Drinking water will be available in the transition area. This is a self-timed training session with no entry fee, no lifeguards or water support, no EMT's on course, and no road service- all participants do so for their own enjoyment and at their own risk!

Registration (as always- 100% FREE)
There's no entry fee, just click here to send us your information:

Email us at columbusduathlon@gmail.com if you have any questions. Race day signups are accepted!!!
Biathlon/Team race
Don't have a bike, have a bum knee, or do you lack the "lungs" to swim that far? Make it a Bi, or do it as a team.  Want to Tri?  The Swim is friendly with plenty of shallow shore nearby if you need a rest midway.
'Tri' the Columbus Triathlon, you'll be surprised how much fun three sports can be!!!


Triathlon Swim

The Swim is a 750 Meter "Bermuda Triangle" with floating start by the Dock, North East to the shore of the first house on Lottie Lane, back south along the east shore, and then across the lake to the floating slide before turning North again to the dock. The course hugs the shoreline in various spots to allow for a breather if necissary.

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Triathlon Bike

The bike portion is a 20k an out and back from the transition area heading out of the lakes area, on 8th st, Heading south on 81 over the bridge (you may use the hwy or pedestrian side as you prefer) and then back West on Hwy 30 about half way to Duncan and back. The turn around will be marked on the West bound lane with a flag and chalk.

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Triathlon Run

The run is a 5k an out and back from the transition area to the dike trail, through Pawnee Park to the Armory parking lot and back.

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