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Greater Nashua Sprint Triathlon ~ Results

Race Details

Greater Nashua Y-Tri

: Swim 580 Yards, Bike 16 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles
Race Date: Sunday, June 23, 2013
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Camp Sargent
Address: 141 Camp Sargent Road
City/State/Zip: Merrimack, New Hampshire 03054
Country: USA
Race Website:

2013 Greater Nashua Triathlon:

  • Welcome to the fourth annual Greater Nashua Tri (formerly known as the Greater Nashua Y Tri) presented by the YMCA of Greater Nashua and The Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise.
  • Whether youre a first time triathlete or a veteran you will enjoy our clean lake, rolling hills, smooth run, as well as our hospitality and convenient race venue.
  • You will also be racing to help good causes.
  • Course Information:

    Swim Leg:
    Location: Camp Sargent on Lake Naticook in Merrimack, NH Length: 0.3 miles (580 yards)
    Description: A swim in a clean fresh water lake.
    The route is roughly triangular.

    Bike Leg:
    Length: 16 miles
    Description: The route is relatively flat and follows a roughly clockwise lollipop route.
    The route requires two loops of the lollipop.

    Run Leg:
    Length: 3.1 miles
    Description: Flat run on local roads west of Camp Sargent.
    Other Info:
    2013 Results:

  • 2013 Results at coolrunning.com: Overall / Age Group / Relay

  • Previous Results:

  • 2012 Results at: coolrunning.com 
  • 2011 Results at: active.com or coolrunning.com 
  • 2010 Results at: coolrunning.com


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    Race Reviews
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    Posted by Lyle Koivisto on 7/6/2013 4:59:10 PM
    The Greater Nashua Sprint Triathlon was well directed and the volunteers were wonderful. I did the tri with my daughter and my granddaughter who was a newbie, first triathlon for her. All three generations had a great time and no problems at all. Being older, I really appreaciated the wet suit strippers. After returning to Minnesota, I checked the results and found my granddaughter had placed third. I called the race director, Fred Danielson, and he had the award made and sent it here to Minnesota. WOW!
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