2019 Team Races
Backyard Burn — Wakefield
Wakefield Park, Annandale, VA
5.5 miles or 10 miles
"Located a stones throw from the Capital Beltway, Wakefield Park offers racers a fast, fun, and ‘mostly flat’ course that includes twisty single-track hiking trails, wide cinder trails, and several shallow stream crossings – a perfect course to kick-off the SBYB series." Learn more.
5k or 10 miles
"The starting gun (sadly, no musket) fires right from the steps of GW’s home — the picturesque Mount Vernon Estate. From there, you’ll travel down the tree-lined namesake Parkway to another of George’s destinations — charming Old Town, Alexandria." Learn more.
Kinetic Triathlon Festival
Lake Anna State Park, Spotsylvania, VA
Sprint, Half, Sprint Aquabike, Half Aquabike
"The Kinetic Triathlon Festival features the Mid-Atlantic’s first Long Course race of the season on Saturday and a nice Sprint on Sunday. Staged out of beautiful Lake Anna State Park, this race features a sandy beach start, a crisp (mid 60’s) freshwater swim, rolling country roads for the bike and a run course that stays completely within the State Park." Learn more.
Rock Hall, MD
"The swim takes place in Rock Hall Harbor on the Chesapeake Bay, protecting athletes from any serious wind or chop. The bike course is a triathlete’s dream with beautiful ribbons of pavement and wide shoulders throughout most of the rural course. The run course is pancake flat and takes athletes through the quaint nautically themed neighborhoods and side roads of Rock Hall, MD." Learn more.
Lake Logan Multisport Festival
Sprint, International, Half
"There are few places in multisport where only one word can describe the essence of the place and the event. In the Southeast that word is Logan or more specifically Lake Logan. For those who raced here or have heard the stories, Logan means breathtaking beauty, a wet-suit legal swim in the heat of the summer, a rolling bike course that is flatter than people imagine in the mountains and a shaded run course along a scenic river." Learn more.
Gran Fondo Maryland
Gran Route (100 mi), Medio Route (60 mi), Piccolo Route (30 mi)
"After starting in historic downtown Frederick, Maryland, the 100-mile Gran Route will gain over 10,000 feet of elevation through several different state parks, municipal forests, protected watersheds, and the Catoctin Mountain National Park. After exploring this incredible region, riders will return back into historic downtown Fredrick and be welcome to well deserved festivities at the finish line, complete with great food, beverage, and more fun." Learn more.