2024 Hyannis 1 Triathlon ~ Results

Events

Sprint Individual :
: Swim .25 Mile, Bike 10.2 Miles, Run 3.6 Miles
Sprint Aquabike :
: Swim .25 Mile, Bike 10.2 Miles
Sprint Duathlon :
: Run 1.4 Miles, Bike 10.25 Miles, Run 3.6 Miles
Sprint Relay :
: Swim .25 Mile, Bike 10.2 Miles, Run 3.6 Miles
Olympic Individual :
: Swim .9 Miles, Bike 20 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Olympic Aquabike :
: Swim .9 Miles, Bike 20 Miles
Olympic Relay :
: Swim .9 Miles, Bike 20 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Olympic Aquathlon :
: Swim .9 miles, Run 6.2 Miles
  • Race Date: Saturday, June 8, 2024
  • Start Time: 7:00am
  • Entry Fee:$125 - $300
  • Location:Centerville
  • Address: 997 Craigville Beach Road
  • City/State/Zip:Craigville, Massachusetts 02632
  • Country: USA

The 2024 Hyannis 1 Triathlon:

Join experienced race veterans and triathlon newcomers alike for the 42nd year of the Hyannis Triathlons. These are the longest-running triathlons on the East Coast!

Both the Sprint and the Olympic races start and finish at picturesque, sandy Craigville Beach. They’re challenging — but still able to be completed by fitness enthusiasts who have trained for the distances. The atmosphere is special; the views are spectacular; and your satisfaction of accomplishment will last for a long time!


PACKET PICK-UP AND LATE REGISTRATION

Packet pick-up and late registration (until sold out) will be 5:00 - 7:00pm Friday evening at the race site, and 5:30-6:30am Saturday at race site. All participants must BRING ID. Those who have an annual USAT membership MUST BRING THEIR USAT CARD as well.

You will NOT be able to pick up packets for others!

TIMING

Chip timed.  Race results are expected to be posted to NEEevents.com within a day.  A results link will be posted on this website as well as the race Facebook page.

AWARDS

Awards ceremony is tentatively scheduled for 10:00am day of race. Awards presented to top three competitors in each age group (male, female and non-binary) as well as top Elites, Clydesdale/Athena, First-Timers, Para-triathlete, Male, Female and Mixed Relay Teams, Duathlon and Aquabike. Those who cannot remain for the ceremony may pickup their award at the Awards table or by contacting us for shipping instructions. Results will be posted on our website within 24 hours of event.

Course Information:

SPRINT DISTANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Swim: 1/4 mile — A sandy, waist-deep start at Craigville Beach (expect temps in the upper-60s). The course is rectangular in shape (approx 150 yards between the two turns). Wave conditions over the years have ranged from glass-calm to a moderate chop; never “big surf” in the protected waters of Nantucket Sound.

Bike: 10.2 miles — The “rolling hills” course leaves the shores of Craigville to enter into the historic village of Centerville, then winds its way through the villages of Osterville and Wianno before returning along a shoreline road to Craigville Beach. Single loop; and no duplication of any stretch of road!

Run: 3.6 miles— The athletes head off toward Hyannisport, with a quarter-mile flat run evolving into a gradual climb for a quarter mile, then a gentle rolling grade until the last mile which is a gentle downhill grade. A water stop is staffed by enthusiastic volunteers at the midpoint of the 3.6-mile run.

OLYMPIC DISTANCE COURSE DESCRIPTION

Swim: 0.9 mile — A sandy, waist-deep start at Craigville Beach (expect temps in the upper-60s). A single-loop course extending beyond the Sprint course buoys in a rectangular shape.

Bike: approx. 20 miles — The Olympic distance bicycle route will mirror the Sprint course with the exception of an additional loop starting in the village of Centerville and extending into Osterville.

Run: approx. 6.2 miles — The Olympic distance run route will mirror the Sprint course with the exception of an additional loop.

AQUATHLON COURSE DESCRIPTION

Aquathlon is the newest race category to be added to multisport. The lack of a bike leg is ideal for those who do not own a bicycle, or who are traveling a distance to the race and don’t wish to deal with the hassles of transporting a bike. USA Triathlon recognizes the sport, and upon completion of two aquathlons in a year you will be ranked against other athletes nationwide.

Your start time is 7am — the same time as our Olympic athletes. First is the swim: 0.9 miles in gentle Nantucket Sound. You’ll enter the transition area, switch to running shoes, and off you go on a 10k (6.2 miles) run. Finish under the big arch by the beach. You will receive results which show your times for each leg, as well as how well you did against the other aquathlon competitors.

DUATHLON COURSE DESCRIPTION

Run #1: (1.4 miles) — Our duathletes will depart at the same time as the Sprint Triathletes (7:30). The first run will be an out-and-back along Craigville Beach Road. Yes: there will be a water/hydration station!

Bike: (10.25 miles) — Following the same course as the Sprint distance triathlon, you will depart from the transition area at Craigville Beach to enter the historic village of Centerville, then winds its way through the villages of Osterville and Wianno before returning along a shoreside road to Craigville Beach. Single loop; and no duplication of any stretch of road!

Run #2: (3.6 miles) — Leaving your bike at the transition area, you'll head east toward Hyannisport, with a quarter-mile flat run evolving into a gradual climb for a quarter-mile, then a gentle rolling grade until the last mile which is a gentle downhill grade. Two water stops are staffed by enthusiastic volunteers along the way.

AQUABIKE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Aquabike is a rapidly growing subset of triathlon — ideal for those who wish to swim and cycle but not run. Often, our aquabike competitors are suffering from knee and foot injuries which hamper their running ability. USA Triathlon recognizes this sport, and upon completion of two aquabike races in a year you will be ranked against other athletes nationwide.

There are two options:

Sprint Aquabike:

Start time: 7:30am. You’ll swim the same swim and bike course as those who are racing the Sprint Triathlon. Here’s the difference: when you cross the bike dismount point your time is taken and your race will be completed. You will receive results which show your times for each leg, as well as how well you did against the other aquabike competitors.

Olympic Aquabike:

Start time: 7am. You’ll swim the same swim and bike course as those who are racing the Olympic Triathlon. When you cross the bike dismount point your time is taken and your race will be completed. You will receive results which show your times for each leg, as well as how well you did against the other aquabike competitors.

Directions:

Parking is available at two parking lots: one adjacent to the beach; one across the road from the beach (park in the lot across the street if you want to leave before the Olympic distance athletes have finished their race). A short walk from both!

2024 Results:

2024 Results at: raceresult.com 

Previous Results:

- -) 1998-2023 Hyannis Triathlon #1 Race Results:
2023 Results at: raceresult.com 
2022 Results at: raceresult.com / AthLinks / USAT
2021 Results at: MillenniumRunning / AthLinks / USAT

2020 Results: Cancelled Due To Covid-19
2019 Results at: MillenniumRunning / AthLinks / USAT
2018 Results at millenniumrunning.com: Olympic / Sprint / Searchable or USAT
2017 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2016 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2015 Results at: allsportsevents.com or USAT
2014 Results at: allsportsevents.com or USAT
2013 Results at: allsportsevents.com or USAT
2012 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT
2011 Results at: athlinks.com or USAT

2010 Results at: USAT 
2009 Results at: USAT 
2008 Results at: archive.org 
2007 Results at: athlinks.com 
2006 Results at: athlinks.com 
2005 Results at: athlinks.com 
2004 Results at: athlinks.com 
2003 Results at: athlinks.com 
2002 Results at: athlinks.com 
2001 Results at: athlinks.com 

2000 Results at: athlinks.com 
1999 Results at: athlinks.com 
1998 Results at: athlinks.com 

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