Stacked and fierce? Try our new Athena and Clydesdale divisions!

We are excited to add new weight categories to our USAT sanctioned triathlon! Women athletes over 165 lbs and men over 200 are now able to compete against each other in a new weight division. Heavier athletes face different challenges than lighter ones – from nutrition management to needing more support than a tri suit can offer. Morro Bay Tri strives to be as inclusive and empowering as possible, so get after it! Here are some tips from Active.com!

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We will make you squeal when you see our fast checkin and results!

We’re making long lines and slow results a thing of the past this year: welcome to Eternal Timing, who will be handling registration and results the day of the race! We’ll be as fast as you are! We are proud to be offering you the most state-of-the-art checkin and results system available at the Morro Bay Olympic and Distance triathlon! Can’t wait to see you November 3rd for check in and celebrate your finish on race day! (Nov 4)

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Celebrate your race with a free beer and more!

We’re excited to welcome back the big, green Central Coast Brewing truck for another year! After you have an epic sprint or Olympic distance triathlon finish, head over to our beer garden and lounge to replace those carbs while you wait for your results!We’ll have lots of great vendors in our vendor area as well. Lots of local and national brands will be there to support you and show you what they have to offer, as well as simply make…

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Morro Bay Tri Welcomes Athletes of All Abilities

  Not sure if our tri is for you? Yes, we’re a bit more adventurous than a pool triathlon, that’s for sure, but you can do this! GET INSPIRED AND INSPIRE US, TOO! Our event producers have extensive experience in working with: youth athletes – we’ve had racers as young as 7 complete our course with their guardian senior athletes – our oldest athlete so far has been 86 – can you beat that? We believe you can! adaptive and…

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Review your course maps prior to race day!

It’s important to review the race course maps prior to racing it. Make sure you look over the course maps below so you are familiar with the route before hand!   SPRINT DISTANCE Swim (750M – 1 loop) Bike (20.5k) Run course (5.4k) OLYMPIC DISTANCE Swim (1.5k – 2 loops) Bike (40k) Run course (10k) KAYAK/SUP Sprint 1.6mi Olympic 3mi *Click the links to the course maps to view elevation charts.   COURSE OVERVIEW MAP: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF…

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Couldn’t Race LA Triathlon – Torrance Beach? We feel you – here’s 30% off the Morro Bay Triathlon

Our race director just found out about the unfortunate situation with the LA triathlon – Torrance Beach and, being from the South Bay herself, with tons of friends racing, thought of all the athletes that have given heart and soul to the race, only to have it canceled at the last minute. We know how much dedication it takes to train for a triathlon, not to mention the money spent traveling to a major destination like LA. That’s why, as…

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13 Reasons to Come Back in 2015

When you pick an event, it has to be special. You’re not only spending money on the entry feeds, you’ve got to get supplies, spend gas money, food money, and maybe lodging money. It’s not cheap, and it’s not a little thing. We get it. That’s why we’re here today to tell you why you won’t want to miss us in November 2015: Morro Bay – a sleepy coastal town with tons of personality, sights, animals, and real fishing operations…

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Substitute the swim with paddling!

Substitute the swim portion with Kayak Or Stand up Paddle Boarding If you don’t swim or you’re a kayaking/stand up paddle board fiend you can substitute the swim portion of the triathlon with a paddle. The course tours Morro Bay in clockwise direction, course and turns are clearly marked with buoys. The paddle starts and ends at Mothers Beach. Ocean sit-on-tops, touring kayaks, surf skis, and stand up paddle boards are all welcome. The paddle option will be divided between…

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