To honor its tenth anniversary, race directors are bringing back its signature “Equalizer” for pros, and adding a junior race.
The Life Time Minneapolis Triathlon will celebrate its 10th year on July 9. In honor of this milestone, Life Time continues to redefine the triathlon experience by bringing back its signature “Equalizer” — a competition format that allows pro women to start ahead of pro men by a predetermined amount of time, based on past course results.
Additionally, Life Time will host the North American Junior Triathlon Invitational, a new event to the races for juniors ages 12-17. Junior participants will swim 0.25 miles, bike 15.0 miles and run 3.1 miles.
Registration for the Life Time Minneapolis Triathlon closes June 30.
Commemorating the 10th anniversary, Minneapolis-based illustrator Adam Turman, known for his art prints of iconic city landmarks, cycling scenes and pinups, designed an exclusive print for Life Time Minneapolis Triathlon participants. Plus, finishers will be recognized with distinctive medals and trophies, created by Life Time exclusively for the 10th anniversary.
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