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Duxbury Beach Triathlon • Saturday, September 22, 2018 • 8:00AM

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 and includes a Pro/Elite division, age group divisions for Male/Female and Teams, and Clydesdale/Athena divisions for 39 and under and 40 and older.

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

Partnership with Special Olympics Massachusetts

The 2018 Duxbury Beach Triathlon is proud to be partnering with Special Olympics of MA and their LETR Program (Law Enforcement Torch Run). For more information please contact race director Brian Noyes, 781-706-1166, or Megan Hoffman with SOMA at 508-485-0986.

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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