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One of the most scenic triathlons in the Mid-Atlantic! Swim 500m (0.31 mile) at the end of City Dock, next to the Naval Academy. The 17.1k (10.6 miles) bike course takes you out of town into Anne Arundel County. Transition 2 is at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Run 6.3k (3.93 miles) down Rowe Boulevard to the State House and through Historic Downtown Annapolis and enter Gate 1 of the United States Naval Academy. Run in front of the Chapel on the Yard, cross College Creek and exit Gate 8, back to the stadium for the finish, awards, and post-race party featuring food and beverages including Michelob Ultra.
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The Annapolis Triathlon Club, are co-sponsors of the Annapolis Sailor’s Triathlon.
We are a growing family of friends who enjoy getting fit through triathlon. Our members compete on all levels of the sport, but we all remember the day we started and we’re dedicated to sharing what we've learned with those who want to learn it. The most important thing we've learned so far is that the sport is fun, and it becomes a great deal more fun when we learn, train, and race together!
We gather for a full schedule of educational seminars. We hold several practice triathlons each season and have training rides, runs, and swims at a pace to suit athletes of every level -- no one is too slow. Newcomers to the sport are encouraged to join, as the easiest way to learn the “tricks of the trade” is through the experiences of others.
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