UCSD Triathlon New Member Info 2020 


Zoom team meet-and-greet Monday Sept 28, 2020  @5pm Link: 
https://ucsd.zoom.us/j/99027380910

Fall 2020 Socially Distanced Practice Schedule (starting the week of Oct 12th)

Mondays 7:30-9am at the track - trainer ride (bring your own bike, the team has bike trainers to borrow which will be set up beforehand)

Tuesdays/ Thursdays 4-5:30pm at canyonview swim center - swim practice 

Fill out this interest form if you'd like to learn more about our team and to receive important informational emails (we won't spam you after Week 2)! You MUST sign up beforehand to attend any practices (info will be in emails) do NOT show up to a practice without signing up!

Congratulations to everyone who raced Tritonman 2020!! Results are now posted at the following links. 

Draft Legal Results

Classic Results

If you were assessed a penalty during the classic race those can be found in the following document. If you have any questions or concerns regarding timing or penalties please email timing@ucsdtriathlon.org with your name, bib number, and a description of the issue. Please do this before 2/23/20 at 11:59pm, when results become final.


Thanks for supporting our team and we look forward to seeing you next year!


Tritonman is not just a race, it's an event. 
On February 15th and 16th 2020, the UC San Diego Triathlon Team will host the 14th annual Tritonman at the site of history's first modern triathlon. Way back in 1974, the San Diego Track Club put on the Mission Bay Triathlon (consisting of a run-bike-swim-run) right here on Fiesta Island. UCSD is proud to continue that legacy today with Tritonman: a 750m swim, 21K bike, and 5K run. We will have two USAT-Sanctioned races, an Elite Development Draft Legal race on Saturday and a beginner friendly Classic on Sunday.

Tritonman offers one of the only open-water swims before the conference championships on the WCCTC circuit, and we've got the flattest, fastest closed bike course around. We feature collegiate athletes from Arizona and California, local racers from San Diego (recently ranked by Active.com as the #1 city in the country for the sport of triathlon), as well as enthusiasts and elites alike from all across the country. 
Philosophy

Triathletes come from a lot of different backgrounds, but we’re united in our desire to work hard and improve. We’d like to think that extends to our events, too. Our race is entirely run by student volunteers, from registration to organization and timing- besides the equipment rental, permits, and lifeguards, every dollar we collect in race fees goes to support our team. UCSD Triathlon has grown a lot in recent years, and we’d love to continue bringing new faces to the sport, even in the face of continued university cutbacks.


Sustainability
Throughout the past 14 years, the UCSD Triathlon team has made a commitment to host the most sustainable event possible. As student-athletes, we aim to shape a greener, healthier tomorrow by leading the way to more sustainable athletics and events. We hope to use our position as athletes and role models to make a positive social and environmental impact by choosing sustainability as a priority in every decision we make leading up to Tritonman.
Looking Forward
We want to make our event better and smoother every year. This year, that means better prizes, more coverage of our race, revamped registration, and same-day release of times. And a bigger, better expo! We want your race-day experience to be fantastic: if you’ve got questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Huge thanks to our sponsors!
If you are interested in partnering with us to make the Tritonman experience better, contact us at sponsorship@ucsdtriathlon.org.