Registration is open for the 2013 Polson Triathlon. Go to the registration tab on this site to link to Timed Sports. As of May 1, the race was already more than 25% full so it looks like we might hit our 200 racer cap this year. Don’t miss out – sign up now.
Check out the new 2012 race pictures posted on the Results and Photos page.
2013 Polson Triathlon – Saturday, Aug 17
The race was great last year, but it will be even better the second time around. We will have more prize money and better awards, course improvements and better racer support, faster lunches, a cool new water bottle and clothing item, and much more.
Please contact me if you have any questions or suggestions -
Matt Seeley – (406) 883-9264 or email@example.com
We had an awesome first year race and made some great memories. Thanks to all the racers who survived a tough course, to the sponsors who made the event possible, and especially to all the volunteers who spent so much many hours to pull it off in grand style. It was pretty special for me to finally see the dream come true right here in my home town.
Montana Multi-sport Paradise on Flathead Lake
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Olympic Distance: 1.5 km swim, 40 km bike, 10 km run
Welcome to the Polson Triathlon –
For many years, the Montana multi-sport community has anticipated the ultimate regional triathlon event in Polson. Last year, that dream became a reality and we are now preparing for a second round in 2013. Our venue is nestled on the pristine shore of Flathead Lake with the towering peaks of the Mission Mountains providing a breathtaking backdrop. We have an energized community of local athletes and volunteers who promise to treat all participants to a premier event, complete with all of those athlete friendly features and some unexpected perks you don’t see every weekend. We also hope to attract a large field with a nice mix of nervous beginners, endorphin-loving enthusiasts, and serious competitors.
Please plan to come join us for the debut edition of a really special event.
Matt Seeley – Race Director
• Unforgettable venue with lake, mountains, and expansive valley vistas
• Challenging course with a great mix of hills, turns, and fast flats
• Well-organized support with enthusiastic volunteers and aid stations
• Bridge top spectating along the swim course
• Safe, low traffic roads on a loop bike course
• Single loop run with varied terrain and a downtown, Main St. finish line
• Post race picnic for all racers, music, and a riverside award ceremony
• Prize money, special awards, and great souvenir goodies