• American Triple-T
    American Triple-T

    SHAWNEE STATE PARK • Portsmouth, Ohio • June 1–3 2018

    3-days, 4-triathlons, 70+ or 140+ miles, 1-epic event. The American Triple-T in Ohio has an almost cult like following that continues to attract athletes from more than 40 states and 5 countries each year.

  • FIT Family Series: Deer Creek State Park
    Deer Creek State Park

    DEER CREEK STATE PARK • Mt Sterling, Ohio • June 9–10 2018

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Maumee Bay State Park
    Maumee Bay State Park

    MAUMEE BAY STATE PARK • Oregon, Ohio • June 16–17 2018

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Caesar Creek State Park

    CAESAR CREEK STATE PARK • Waynesville, Ohio • July 7–8

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Buck Creek State Park

    BUCK CREEK STATE PARK • Springfield, Ohio • July 21–22

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Alum Creek State Park

    ALUM CREEK STATE PARK • August 4–5 2018

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Vermilion Harbour

    VERMILION HARBOUR • Vermilion, Ohio • August 18–19 2018

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • FIT Family Series: Portage Lakes State Park

    PORTAGE LAKES STATE PARK • Akron, Ohio • Sept 8–9 2018

    Welcome to one of America's longest running multisport series — the 27th Annual FIT Family Series. Throughout the summer, the FIT Family Series visits seven beautiful venues. Each venue features a Kidz Triathlon & Duathlon on Saturday followed by a mini, sprint & Olympic distance triathlon and duathlon on Sunday.

  • Deer Creek Fall Challenge

    DEER CREEK STATE PARK • Mt. Sterling, Ohio • Sept 24

    Participants, family, and friends will enjoy the spectator-friendly bike and run courses that are built for serious speed. A distance for all ability levels; whether you're getting ready for a fall Half Ironman distance race or looking for a great course for your first triathlon, this is the race for you.

  • “I'd like to say that it was a wonderful event!! I participated in the Linwood event many times, but this was my first time at the Sherod Park location. It was also the first HFP race that I made it over to the pre-race prayer and I absolutely loved that aspect. It was a great and calming moment before the race. The photographer captured an amazing moment I had with my son at the finish line. I would love to give the photographer credit on social media if he has his own business. So if you have his contact, I can give him a shoutout.”
    — M. Holtwick, 2017 Sherod Park finisher
  • “Thank you for a great summer. After shoulder surgery 2 years ago I wasn't sure if I would ever be able to participate again. Your Fit Family mini series was just what I needed to get back into the sport. After a recent training accident on my bike (broken clavicle that took a plate and 7 screws to repair), my season had ended premature. I'm already looking forward to next season. Thanks Again,”
    — Greg Cook
  • “I wanted to send a thank you from me and my family for holding the race this past weekend. Please pass this along to the race director from the City of Worthington. The volunteers were great and the course perfect. The pool swim allowed my daughter to do her first triathlon! We also spent the weekend there, staying a night at the Holiday Inn in Worthington and shopping and eating in town as well. Thanks again for putting on this race and we hope to see you there next year, where my son hopes to do his first triathlon!”
    —Lynn Streetz Hallum, Chris, Roy, and Stacy Hallum
  • “Thank you all so much for running the Independence Day Triathlon in Worthington. It was my first experience and you made it all very comfortable. I felt very safe on the bike ride even though it was on busy streets. The swim was very easy in that pool (beats the heck out of a lake swim for me). And of course the Olentangy Trail is a great place for the run. I just wanted you to know that I appreciated your work and will definitely tell my friends about your event.
    Thanks again,”
    —Pamela Merz, your most senior citizen and last place finisher (although I DID win my age group)
  • “The race at Deer Creek today was outstanding. It was very well organized and managed. I loved the awards and the t-shirt. The shirt had a fresh, original design with no ads on the back! I have been racing for 55 years, and this was one of the best events I have seen.”
    —Rich Wallace, finisher, FIT Deer Creek
  • “I also want to say thank you for a great race. It was so well organized, course was marked well with very little to no traffic and staff/volunteers were so courteous!! I loved how everyone was in same top that ties you to your race. It increased the atmosphere of "we are in it together" and made it easy to know if you were with your right tribe :)
    Job well done! Will keep coming back for your races — top notch!”
  • “So grateful for ice on courses and oranges at water stations!”
    — S. Buchalski, TTT Finisher
  • “I really enjoyed helping and was honored to just be there. I love the volunteers when I race and now have true understanding of how hard they work. How much there is to do. I will see you soon at some races, where I'll be actually racing. I thank you again.”
    — Chris Hale, injured athlete that turned volunteer as Swim Starter and finish back up timing for all 2017 Triple T races
  • “Thank you all — was one of the best experiences of my racing life. I was truly honored to be a part of this event. Thank you,”
    — Mango
  • “I have to say I really had an amazing time at American Triple T. Great location and venue loved the low-key, relaxed vibe of the whole weekend. Race organizers and volunteers and intersection officers were all so helpful and professional, course well-marked, great to have the food & the social atmosphere, and loved the challenge of it all.... Fantastic event. So glad I got to race it with y'all this year, and if schedules & plans allow it again sometime in the future, I'd definitely enjoy another weekend of Triple T with y'all someday.”
    — 2017 TTT finisher, L. Malcolm
  • “Thank you for an incredible event. How you guys did it, I am amazed at the organization. It was my first time racing the event and happy to say I am also a first time finisher for the Xtreme and had a blast. Best part of being at the transition and finish line area? The music!!!!!!! Fantastic choices in music. Thank you for not using the usual manby pamby poppy music.”
    — 2017 TTT finisher, M Yoneyama

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