Festival Overview

Welcome to the Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival!

TriSports Racing is pleased to present the 14th Annual Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival!  The Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival will consist of four races - an Olympic Distance triathlon, the DeuceMan Long Course Triathlon, the Youth Triathlon and an off-road XTERRA America Tour triathlon.  Escape the heat and race with us!

100% of proceeds from the race will benefit various charities, especially the  Challenged Athletes Foundation and local White Mountain organizations.

The XTERRA Deuces Wild Triathlon will kick off the weekend on Saturday.  The race is a part of the XTERRA American Tour where athletes can earn points toward becoming Regional Champions and qualifying for the XTERRA USA Championships.  With a reputation as one of the best races on the XTERRA Tour, the course provides a good mix of terrain and complexity. Finish off the race day by participating or volunteering in our Youth Triathlon, a triathlon for the budding athletes!

On Sunday, the DeuceMan Long Course Triathlon will begin the festivities by taking athletes around a scenic tour of the White Mountains.  The Olympic Distance Triathlon will follow by taking athletes out of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, through the city of Show Low and back into the Ponderosa Pines. 

Parts of these races take place on National Forest System lands.

If you are racing on one day, please consider volunteering on the day you don’t race.  Or if you are tough enough, try the double and race on both days.

Please check back often for race information updates.

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. The event is conducted on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.