Outside 2014 Charity Proceeds Olympic Distance Triathlon TriSports Racing Goes Green! XTERRA Deuces Wild

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The Race is Almost Here!

We can't believe it, either, but race weekend is upon us! Please make sure you check out all the Race Weekend Info, including your Digital Race Packets. Set-up is going great, weather is awesome and we are excited for the weekend. See you here!

Great Goodies for our Athletes!

Our sweet, custom visors have just arrived and look so cool...it's worth doing the race just to get one! Visit our Facebook page if you want to check it out. We've got great medals, super high quality shirts and more. Don't miss out on TriSports Racing's comeback year. The race is only 3 weeks away...sign up now if you haven't yet!

 

XTERRA Deuces Wild now an XTERRA USA Championship Qualifier!

Just announced! Finish in the top 15 in your division and earn a spot on the starting line for the invitation-only XTERRA USA Championship held September 19, 2015 at Snowbasin Resort in Ogden, Utah!

Registration fees increase on March 1st!

Planning to race with us in May? Sign up now, because fees will be increasing starting March 1st. Register now!

TriSports Racing Reacquires Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival

Original Race Director, Debbie Claggett, is back in 2015 with co-Race Director Carolyn Audilet to bring you the Deuces Wild experience you fell in love with! Never done the race? Come see why it's the place to race!

 

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The Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival includes Long Course, Olympic, and XTERRA triathlon events, as well as a Youth triathlon, so it truly is a family event! The White Mountains offer a cool reprieve from the hotter temperatures experienced in other parts of Arizona, and showcase some breathtaking scenery throughout the courses. Need more reasons to come race with us? 100% of proceeds from the events go to charity, and we are also a green event! All races will be sanctioned by USAT and are made possible with the cooperation of Arizona State Parks, AZ Game & Fish, the City of Show Low, the US Forest Service and ADOT.

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