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"I love this race and it was my very first triathlon. I wouldn't miss it for the world... My kids also love going and cheering..." "    —Jessica J.
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Duxbury Beach Triathlon • Saturday, September 16, 2017 • 8:30AM

2017 registration will open in mid-April

Parking is FREE for athletes at Blakeman's lot on Duxbury Beach.
Spectators will be charged a $10 fee after 7:45am.
This course will be one of the most scenic triathlons you will do...

The Duxbury Beach Triathlon is a .35 mile swim in Duxbury Bay, 13 mile bike and 3 mile run. The event is held in September at Duxbury Beach. This course will be one of the safest and most scenic triathlons you will do all year, with police detail officers and volunteers positioned at key points along the course. The event is expected to draw up to 700 participants including a Pro/Elite division, and many participants from police departments that will compete in the special "INLET" or International Law Enforcement Triathlon division.

The race is limited to 700 entrants: 625 individuals, 75 2- or 3-person teams.

Age Group Divisions for Male/Female and Teams, Clydesdale/Athena division 39 and under and 40 and older, plus a special "INLET" International Law Enforcement Division.

Masters Swim

The Kingsbury Club & Spa in Kingston offers a Masters Swim program - a great way to train for the Duxbury Beach Triathlon.

Race Inquiries

For all race inquiries please contact Race Director Brian Noyes at 781-706-1166 or via email at director@duxburybeachtriathlon.com.

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