Mason Tri-umphant Triathlon/Duathlon, Kids Triathlon & 5k
June 29, 2014
Kid's Triathlon & Duathlon, Women's Only Triathlon & Duathlon, Men's Only Triathlon & Duathlon, 5k Run Mason, Ohio
The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation will play host to this family friendly race with all proceeds going toward the construction of Common Ground, Mason's inclusive playground. This event is a perfect fit for the newbie wanting to get their feet wet in the sport of triathlon. 2013 saw a record number of athletes participate in the unique format featuring Women's only, Men's only and Kids races, allowing the whole family to participate as well as cheer each other on. The ladies will get things started on race day with the Women's Only Triathlon and Duathlon at 7:30am featuring a 400 meter pool swim or a 5k run, followed by a 20k bike through the beautiful streets of Warren County and Mason, closing with a 5k run in Corwin M. Nixon Park. A Men's Triathlon and Duathlon featuring the same distances starts at 9:00am and a Kids Triathlon will begin at 11:00am. The 5k run and walk will begin at 8:00am.
Common Ground Playground
The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation has been diligently working toward the building of an inclusive playground in Mason, called Common Ground. This playground will be the first of its kind in the area in both size and scope and will meet the needs of children and adults with all mobility, sensory, sight, hearing, and social challenges. All playgrounds are not created equal, and EVERYONE belongs in a unique, engaging and inclusive recreational environment created through COMMON GROUND.
About Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation
The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation is a non-profit (501(c)3) organization formed to raise private funds to enhance Mason's parks and recreation programs. The Foundation's mission is to preserve Mason's livability by raising private funds to enhance and expand our community's parks, trails and recreation programs and to provide access and opportunity for all. Click here for more information