Pick a race, pick a couple, or tri the whole series. See you at the races!
Tri the Parks in 2016 features a triathlon series, duathlon series and an aquabike series. All races feature your choice of a tri, du or aquabike. Each location has a unique course design with four sprint distance events and one intermediate distance event. We wrap up the season with our annual awards banquet to see old friends and new and have some fun reviewing the season. We look forward to seeing you at the races!
series results are posted
Congratulations to all who placed in the Series Results! The End of Season Banquet will take place October 26th at Classic Subaru's Roswell location, more details will be coming out soon! This catered event is free to all and we present awards to the top 3 in all age groups and categories and have a fun time celebrating the season. Thanks for your participation in the Tri the Parks this year and we will be posting the 2017 schedule by the banquet date.
welcome to our newest sponsor, restoration sports massage!
We are very excited to announce our newest sponsor! Robin Hiers, LMT, NMT is the owner of Restoration Sports Massage, LLC. She specializes in neuromuscular, rehabilitation, sports, clinical, myo-fascial release, reflexology and chair massage modalities. Her massage motto is: It’s not just a massage but a restorative treatment of muscular imbalances.” Check out Robin's first time visit offer here!
The Tri the Parks Race Series is in its 16th Season of races including triathlon, duathlon and aquabike events. The series started with a focus on producing fun, exciting, and safe multisport events at beautiful Georgia locations and maintains that focus today. We hope to see you at the races this season and if there's anything at all we can assist you with in having a great race experience please let us know. Enjoy the season!
Tri the Parks has been selected to host the 2016 Regional Aquabike Championship at Richard B. Russell State Park on July 30th.
Enjoy a 3-day pass to the Concourse Athletic Club and check out their swim programs for all ability levels. May this be the year you crush the swim leg at all of your races!
Aerial video footage of the Mistletoe State Park race is posted here. Thanks Randy Cantu for putting this video together!