We are thrilled to announce the THIRD-annual Nolensville Kids Triathlon, which will take place on Sunday, August 20, 2017 from the Williamson County Recreation Complex at Nolensville.
Click here to view a video of our inaugural event.
We would like to thank our amazing partners: the Town of Nolensville, Mayor Jimmy Alexander and the Williamson County Parks & Recreation Department for helping us to make this triathlon a huge success!
Registration is NOW OPEN!!!
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Ages 5-7: 50 yard swim, 2.5 mile bike, 0.7 mile run
Ages 8-11: 100 yard swim, 2.5 mile bike, 0.7 mile run
Ages 12-15: 150 yard swim, 4.8 mile bike, 1.5 mile run
This race is sanctioned by USA Triathlon and as such we follow the standard “age up rule.” The age of the racer is based on their age at the end of the year, 12/31/2017.
Safety: The goal for this event is to promote a healthy, active lifestyle for kids while keeping it FUN, FUN, FUN for competitors plus their family and friends. It is the management team’s mission to bring you a safe, organized event so the fun just falls into place. Safety measures to note: 1) roads closed to traffic, 2) experienced race management and support staff, 3) controlled and secured staging area and course connector areas, 4) race number system to match kids with parents or guardians at any time.
Participation: This event is focused on crossing the finish line. Awards go to the top 3 winners of each age and gender 5 to 15, and ALL racers receive a participation award. In other words – EVERYONE IS A WINNER.
For information about sponsorship opportunities or event specifics, please contact Suzanne Locke (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Charity Partner: We are thrilled to announce that our charity partner for this event is Harvest Hands. Harvest Hands CDC is a Christian based after-school program in South Nashville that provides homework help and exposure to sports to kids that might not otherwise have that environment after school. Profits from the event will go to Harvest Hands and the kids that they support. www.harvesthandscdc.com.