An aquathlon (also called "Aquathon") is a two-stage continuous race including swimming followed by running. The official ITU Aquathlon world championship distances include a continuous 2.5km run, 1km swim and 2.5km swim. During the winter months, when the water temperature drops, aquathlon races are usually held however as a 1km swim followed by a 5km run, with varying race distances having occurred throughout the event's history.
The sport of Aquathlon began in the early 20th century in the form of ocean lifeguard competitions. Today, Aquathlons are organized throughout the year, including the Aquathlon World Championships held by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) annually. In 2018, The multi-sport Aquathlon World championships will be held in Fyn, Denmark between 6th-14th July.
Aquathlon events a great way for experienced triathletes to mix up their programmes and maintain enthusiasm and fitness levels, and also to provide a route for novice athletes to enter the world of multisport events.
Trifind.com provides the most up to date historical and current Aquathlon results and events directory, with advanced localized search options so you can conveniently locate upcoming Aquathlon and Triathlon events in your state as they happen.
Sat, Jun 22, 2019
|Summer Solstice SwimRun-Short Course :|
|Aquathlon : Run 2 Miles, Swim 430 Meters, Run 1.4 Miles, Swim 770 Meters, Run 0.6 Miles, Swim 430 Meters, Run 1.5 Miles|
|Summer Solstice SwimRun-Long Course :|
|Aquathlon : Run 1.5 Miles, Swim 1080 Meters, Run 0.8 Miles, Swim 850 Meters, Run 0.2 Miles, Swim 310 Meters, Run 0.1 Miles, Swim 1170 Meters, Run 0.7 Miles, Swim 600 Meters, Run 2.4 Miles, Swim 1380 Meters, Run 2.7 Miles, Swim 480 Meters, Run 4.1 Miles|