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2017 Chicago Triathlon Registration is Now Open!

SPECIAL REGISTRATION OPTIONS

The Transamerica Chicago Triathlon is far from a one-size-fits-all event. Race weekend is composed of a variety of special programs and competitions, each designed to accommodate participants of every ability, interest level and goal:

PROGRAM CAP LEVEL PARTICIPATING RACE
First Timers’ Program 450 Beginner Sprint or International
Divvy Wave 100 Beginner to Advanced SuperSprint
Relay Teams 100 Beginner to Advanced Kids, Sprint or International
Elite Amateur/Masters 50 Advanced International
Triple Challenge 200 Advanced SuperSprint + Sprint + International
Clydesdales/Athenas 200 Any Sprint or International
First Responders 100 Any Sprint or International
Mountain Bike 150 Any Sprint or International
CEO Challenge 25 Any Sprint or International

RACE CHANGES & DEFERRALS

Need to change your race distance? Click here to go to your Chronotrack registration and select “Change Race” to choose a new distance. All changes must be done two weeks prior to the event.

Only participants that signed up for the Registration Refund option during registration can qualify for a refund. If you would like to defer your entry to next year, please login to your Chronotrack account and select “Change Race.”

SUSTAINABILITY

Coucil-for-Responsible-SportThe 2016 Transamerica Chicago Triathlon is committed to being environmentally and socially sustainable. In 2012, the race earned certification as a sustainable race by the Council for Responsible Sport and was recognized as a green event by the Chicago Park District. This year we are applying for recertification.

Initiatives include:

Recycling and composting in transition, at the swim start, on the course and at the finish festival
Sourcing local food and beverages
Minimizing our carbon and water footprints
Donating unused food to charity
Reusing signage and other materials
Recycling race bibs and swim caps
Supporting local charities

We encourage participants to help by:

Carpooling or using public transportation to get to and from the race
Using your own hydration system on the run to minimize paper cup waste and conserve water
Using the recycling, compost and landfill bins provided
Supporting our charities

The race is committed to respecting and including athletes and volunteers of all ability, and not discrimination on the basis of age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, race or religion.

If you have comments or suggestions for how we can strengthen our commitment to sustainability and equity, please email us.