• Triathlon Coming This Weekend

    With a swim from Lovers Point Beach, a ride through Pebble Beach, and a trail run leading to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Triathlon at Pacific Grove offers one of the most breath-taking courses triathlon has to offer. On the weekend of June 11-12, Tri-California Events will host Olympic and Sprint distance races as well as a 5K and 10k, all taking place along gorgeous coastal vistas. The Triathlon at Pacific Grove has been a destination race for many elite and amateur triathletes simply for the opportunity to race on its stunning California coastline.
    Because the Triathlon at Pacific Grove is one of the most scenic triathlons in the world, it continues to gain recognition for its magnificent course. Both The Examiner.com, and the world’s largest travel website, TripAdvisor, ranked Pacific Grove as one of the top ten race venues in California. “Pacific Grove is a special place and we are lucky to be able to host a race against such a spectacular backdrop, “says Terry Davis, Tri-California CEO and local resident.
    The race starts with the famous Lovers Point swim that takes place alongside clapping sea otters and orange flashes from the garibaldi fish floating below.  The cycling course leads riders along a stunning coastline with views of the world-renowned Pebble Beach golf course. Finally, a flat-looped, fast trail run stretches along the coast to Monterey Bay Aquarium and back; offering spectacular scenery for the entire course. Spectators will not only enjoy the natural beauty of this venue but can also marvel at the natural talent of this sport’s professional athletes as they compete for the win in the Elite division race held on Saturday afternoon.
    The Triathlon at Pacific Grove is ideal for the beginner or seasoned triathlete.  Athletes can choose from an Olympic Distance Triathlon (1.5k swim, a 40k bike and a 10k run), a Sprint Distance Triathlon (0.25 mile swim, a 12.4 mile bike and a 2 mile run) and a 5k Walk/Run & 10k Run.
    For complete event information, and registration visit www.tricalifornia.com

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 6, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports


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