Registration for the 2018 Kerrville Triathlon Festival Opens

Registration for the 2018 Kerrville Triathlon Festival will open on Thursday, February 1st. The 8th annual Kerrville Triathlon weekend will take place September 28-30, 2018, in Kerrville, Texas. Last year, more than 1400 triathletes competed in eight different events that included a swim course in Nimitz Lake, bike course through the Texas Hill Country, and run course along the Guadalupe River. All participants who register on Opening Day will automatically receive an additional $5 off.

“Last year was a record year for the Kerrville Triathlon and we’re thrilled to return for this amazing event,” said Stacy Keese, co-owner of High Five Events. “Word is quickly spreading about the magnificent on-course views and that this is one of the top triathlons in the state.”

The Opening Day Best Pricing structure for all events follows: Debra Zapata Sprint ($75), sprint relay ($115), quarter ($120), quarter aquabike ($120), half ($195), half aquabike ($195), half relay ($245), kids fun run (free). After Thursday, Feb. 1st, all prices will increase by $5. The Debra Zapata Sprint distance, sprint relay, and kids fun run on Saturday, Sept. 29th. Quarter distance, quarter aquabike, half distance, half aquabike, and half relay will all take place on Sunday, Sept. 30th. The sprint distance will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday and the half distance will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday.

Participants can pick up their packet at the Kerrville Triathlon Expo and Packet Pickup at the host hotel, Inn of the Hills. The expo and packet pickup, which is free and open to the public, will take place on Friday, Sept. 28th, and Saturday, Sept. 29th.

Athletes will receive customized shirts, reusable bags, water bottles, swim caps, beer, belt buckle finisher’s medal, a post-race meal including fajitas and tacos from H-E-B, fruit, snacks, and an opportunity to float in the Guadalupe River. Professional timing, a great volunteer crew, hundreds of supportive spectators, and an electric finish line festival will showcase why the Kerrville Triathlon is one of the best triathlons in Texas. Participants can see the pricing structure and register on the website. 

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