Duxbury Beach Triathlon 2021 Sprint Triathlon
Duxbury Beach Triathlon 2021 Sprint Triathlon
Location:Duxbury (USA)
Sep 18, 2021

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Event Description

The Duxbury Beach Triathlon: The swim takes place in Duxbury Bay. You will swim straight across the bay, alongside Powder Point Bridge which is great for spectators and even better for swimmers with no buoys to navigate around! Water temperatures average 68-72 degrees. Waves will enter beginning at 8:00AM and are separated by 3-minute intervals. ALL swimmers must be electronically checked-in by timing mat while flowing through corrals with their corresponding wave. Waves are posted on the website by Wednesday, 9/23, 6pm. Wetsuits are MANDATORY. Shorty, or Lava pants wetsuits qualify. Do not miss your assigned wave check-in, you will have to swim with the next wave if you are late. 13 mile rolling, mostly out and back bike course, 3.1 mile run crossing Powder Point bridge, which is closed to vehicle traffic, one of the most scenic runs on the east coast. REFUND POLICY: There are no refunds given unless event is sold out. Also, Duxbury Beach Triathlon has NO affiliation with any providers of refund services.  Event details and schedule FREE Parking on race day at both Duxbury High School (St. George St) and Duxbury Beach Park (Blakeman's lot at end of Gurnet Road)! Duxbury Beach Triathlon is covering the cost to athletes at DBP however parking at the High School allows to give back even more to our amazing volunteer groups. Please use which ever location gets you to the race on time!

Location and accomodation

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Sports & distances

Sprint Triathlon
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