The Beaver Freezer Sprint Triathlon is a community event that attracts racers from throughout the Willamette Valley and all over the Northwest. Started in 1992, the Freezer has been the OSU Triathlon Club's annual fundraising event for the past 20+ years. In 2010, the Beaver Freezer became the LARGEST TRIATHLON (with an indoor swim) in the UNITED STATES! Participants' experience varies from first-time triathletes to veterans; age groups range from 16-19 to 60-plus; and there are road bike, mountain bike, and relay categories. We invite you to join to wonderful world of multisport! Come race in this early season sprint triathlon! All abilities are welcome! Must be at least 16 years of age to participate.
• The course includes a swim in one of two pools on Oregon State University campus. The bike ride takes you through some of the historic college district and out through the country roads of Corvallis. With a few gentle hills, this ride is PERFECT for beginners and FAST for experienced athletes. The run is a fun 3 loop course around the heart of the OSU campus, finishing in the Student Memorial Union Quad. Family and friends will enjoy the easy of spectating this race, while exploring the Oregon State Campus.