Awards 3 deep for overall winners of each race (except youth race) 

Awards 3 deep in each Age Group - Male and Female

  • 13-14 [Olympic only]
  • 16-19
  • 20-24
  • 25-29
  • 30-34
  • 35-39
  • 40-44
  • 45-49
  • 50-54
  • 55-59
  • 60-64
  • 65-69
  • 70-74
  • 75+
  • Team
  • Clydesdale - 200 lbs and over [Olympic & DeuceMan only]
  • Athena - 150 lbs and over [Olympic & DeuceMan only]

XTERRA-specific Information

Physically Challenged Division - PC athletes may race in their choice of PC or age group.  If racing PC, they will not be eligible for age group awards. PC categories are further broken down by age divisions 15-39 and 40+, and by male and female.  Athletes competing in the PC division will not be eligible for age group prizes. Awards will be presented 3 deep in each category & age division.  PC athletes are eligible for XAT points.  PC categories are as follows: Handcycle (quadriplegic, paraplegic, double lower extremity amputee), Below Knee Amputee, Above Knee Amputee, Below Elbow Amputee, Above Elbow Amputee, Visually Impaired (legally blind - 20/200 with best correction), and Impaired (including but not limited to: Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Arthritis, Spina Bifida, Nerve damage, Retinitis Pigmentosa, and Multiple Sclerosis). If no mulitple entries exist in each field, awards will be done as a general PC Division.

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.