Lifetime Tempe

Life Time Tri Tempe allows you to explore the scenic valley as you start the race with a swim in calm, warm Arizona waters. Next, racers will bike through a relatively flat, urban area and finish with a run around Tempe Town Lake.

All participants start at Tempe Beach Park, on the south bank, just west of the Mill Avenue Bridge.

The swim takes place in a manmade lake that is very calm unless there are high winds (i.e. storm force). The swim course will be a rectangle for both sprint and international athletes. Water temperatures will be approximately 80 degrees. We will be monitoring and posting the temperature of the lake right up to the event (Note: 78 degrees is considered wetsuit legal by USAT).
* Swim course cutoff time: 9:15 a.m.

The bike portion is a relatively flat, urban, looped course; each loop is approximately 12.3 miles.
* Bike course cutoff time (no new laps): 10:00 a.m.
* Complete bike course cutoff time: 11:30 a.m.

The run is a 3.1-mile loop around Tempe Town Lake with some great views of ASU and the developing landscape of Tempe. International distance athletes must complete two loops of both the bike and run course.
* Run course cutoff time: 12:45 p.m.

Historically, the weather race day has seen high temperatures in the low 90s, with lows in the mid 60s. It’s a dry heat!

Tempe Beach Park
80 W Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, Arizona 85281

Sunday, Sep 17, 6:30am




Founded in 2006 by local triathletes Preston Miller, Lewis Elliot and Marc Rubin, Tri-Scottsdale is a non-profit organization and triathlon club, dedicated to helping athletes of all levels reach their potential, from beginners to elite to professional triathletes, through daily workouts, beginner clinics, and athlete mentoring. Our annual Tri for the Cure AZ brings all members together to support a great cause, having raised over $300,000.00 for cancer research.

Ride
Thursday, Nov 23, 5:30am

Run
Friday, Nov 24, 5:30am

Ride
Saturday, Nov 25, 5:30am

Run
Monday, Nov 27, 5:30am

Ride
Tuesday, Nov 28, 5:30am