The World’s Toughest Half takes place in the scenic Sierra foothill town of Auburn, the Endurance Capital of the World. Enjoy the incredible beauty and challenge of this one-of-a-kind course in a convenient & hospitable town. We offer something … [Read More...]
The Auburn International Triathlon offers challenging routes over diverse terrain, with incredible scenery and minimal traffic! Swim in Folsom Lake at Rattlesnake Bar State Park, enjoy quiet roads and a very tough, very beautiful bike course, and the … [Read More...]
Back by popular demand for 2014 is our Auburn Mini Triathlon, an excellent novice challenge with diverse terrain, incredible scenery and virtually no car traffic on both the bike and run! The race will be held in conjunction with the World's Toughest … [Read More...]
New for 2014, Auburn Triathlon has replaced the Long Course Duathlon with a Long Course Aquabike!
Swim and ride with the World's Toughest Half Triathletes and call it a day! Go and enjoy the finish line festivities and cheer the triathletes on. … [Read More...]
One of 3 other options we have to use for a swim venue.
The “Just in Case Scenerio”
There is still time for Mother Nature to “wake up and smell the coffee” and provide enough water to allow us to hold the swim at Rattlesnake Bar. However…. if not, we have options!
We are still counting on Mother Nature to pull us out of the biggest drought in the history for California, however in the event that she falls short we at Auburn Triathlon wanted to let all you triathletes who have already registered and those on the fence that we are still prepared to offer you a full on Tri with a swim, bike and run!!!! We are pleased to announce that we have 3 other swim venue options to choose from in addition to the original swim venue, Rattlesnake Bar. One of these options is Negro Bar State Park down by Lake Natomas in Folsom State Recreation Area. This swim venue is guaranteed to have water race day despite what Mother Nature bestows upon us from now to then with no long walk to the water!
If by chance we do need to change the swim venue, the bike course for all 4 events will be modified to accommodate, the run courses and T2 finish line will remain the same.
As winter continues and spring arrives the story will unfold and we will have more nitty gritty details to tell. But until then, keep those goggles on, keep swimming those laps and be ready for the 12th Annual Auburn Triathlon, May 18th, 2014!!!!!