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The 6th Annual Treasure Coast Tri WINTER will take place at Fort Pierce's hidden jewel, Jetty Park. Starting from the beautiful sandy beaches south of the jetty, sprint distance triathletes will complete a .25 mile swim, followed by a 12 mile out and back bike course along A1A, and end the race with a 3.1 mile run that parallels and ends on the Fort Pierce Inlet Jetty. WOW! International distance triathletes will complete a .5 mile swim, a 24 mile bike and finish on jetty with a 6 mile run. Duathlon and Aquabike options are also available. The Game On! finish line will literally be on the Fort Pierce jetty for an experience like no other race!
Gorgeous views, classic long-sleeved Treasure Coast Tri T-shirts, Collectible Atocha finisher medals, and more!
LAST RACE OF THE SEASON, FINISH ON THE JETTY!
Fort Pierce, often called the Sunrise City, situated on the "Treasure Coast," named after the famed sinking of a Spanish treasure fleet in 1715, Fort Pierce is one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida. Incorporated in 1901, the city grew from 300 pioneers to approximately 41,000 residents today and encompasses approximately 29 square miles.
Jetty Park is located at the Fort Pierce Inlet on South Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce – it’s truly where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian River Lagoon. The Jetty is a hotspot for panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean and the beaches, a great fishing spot, watching the boats cruise by and quite possibly the best location in St. Lucie to watch the sunrise. Learn more about things to do around the Jetty here.
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