Alaska is the home of a wide range or racing opportunities . There are more than 10 triathlons a year and many other types of races to choose from.

Membership offers numerous benefits. Memberships are valid for the calendar year between Jan. 1 and Sept 30.

Find information on trails, training opportunities, meet-ups and more in the Alaska Triathlon Club’s Resources area.

The Alaska Triathlon Club is proud to be a Triathlon Club for members of all ability levels. We offer social events, swim, bike and run training, clinics and the chance to enjoy our sport with others in the last frontier.

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Events Throughout The Year

Check out pages for details on the Hammerman Triathlon, Moose Nugget Triathlon, and Tri-Flake Winter Triathlon. Whether you are into playing in the dirt, flying down the pavement, or playing in the snow, we’ve got you covered.

Off-road sprint distance triathlon and Duathlon

Road Tri – Sprint and Olympic Distance Races

The 2021 Winter triathlon National Championships, a Team USA World Championship Qualifier

Links and resources for events in Alaska

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2 months ago

Alaska Triathlon Club

Alaskans Making Their Mark!

Alaskan triathletes have been busy posting some awesome results in races around the world the last couple weeks. Here is a quick roundup. Lots of results to go through, so I apologize up front if I missed anyone or made any mistakes.

First up was the Winter Triathlon World Championships in Norway. This consisted of two races actually, starting with the Winter Duathlon World Championships where most of our Alaskans took part. Racers qualified for both the duathlon and triathlon by racing in our very own Tri-Flake Winter Triathlon in January. Racers in the duathon started with a run leg followed by a nordic ski leg. Congratulations to all the racers, all of whome brought home podium finishes with 3 world championships included:

Colleen McGovern - 1st 25-29
Heather Helzer - 1st 35-39
Kristin Riall - 2nd 35-39
Pam Weiss - 1st 50-54
Rose Garner - 3rd 55-59

Full results can be found here:

After some rest and good Norwegian food, these and more stepped up their game for the Winter Triathlon World Championships a couple days later, consisting of a run followed by a bike, then a nordic ski. Again, many top podium results and one world championship:

Colleen McGovern - 1st 25-29
Heather Helzer - 3rd 35-39
Kristin Riall - 4th 35-39
Sara Sjostrom - 3rd 45-49
Pam Weiss - 4th 50-54
Erika Bennett - 6th 50-54
Rose Garner - 4th 55-59

Full Results can be found here:

Back here in the US, a large group of racers headed for warmer climates, taking on the Lavaman Triathlon on the Big Island in Waikoloa, Hawaii. As with how we Alaskan's normally roll, we made our presence known on the big stage. With so many in total, I will stick to listing the podium (top 5 for this race) finishers. The full results can be found here:

Amber Stull - 1st OVERALL Female
Rebecca McKee - 2nd OVERALL Female
Jason Lamoreaux - 3rd OVERALL Male

Olivia Pfeifer - 4th 30-34
Holly Boston - 4th 35-39
Victoria Summers - 1st 40-44
Amy Anderson - 2nd 40-44
Jennifer Lamoreaux - 4th 50-54
Liane Nagata - 5th 50-54
Dorothy Shearn - 4th 55-59
Dianne Prince - 5th 55-59
Ellyn Brown - 1st 70-74
Beth Baker - 3rd 70-74

Riley Fugere - 2nd 20-24
Ned Murphy - 5th 20-24
Zachary Reinbold - 3rd 30-34
Matt Rombach - 5th 35-39
Doug Miller - 4th 60-64
Karl Romig - 2nd 65-69

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