Our Commitment to People, Our Communities and Our Planet
At Life Time, we’re committed to making a positive impact on the health and wellness of our members and team members — along with the communities in which we operate.
- Leftover food that was not used during the event is donated to Chicago area charities, safe houses and school volunteer groups.
- Many athletes wear jackets, sweatshirts and pants while waiting for their wave to begin. We encourage athletes to wear clothing they wish to donate as any clothing that is discarded at the start line is donated to Chicago area charities after the event.
- We host an annual Tri Gear Swap, an event where athletes can buy, sell and/or swap used Tri Gear at low prices. Stay tuned to our website for future Tri Swap dates.
- Leftover medals and swim caps are donated to local charity groups, organizations and swim teams. If your organization is interested in receiving leftover medals and/or swim caps please contact us.
- Reduce single use plastic and water station supplies
- Composting available on site
- The Hilton Chicago, the official Chicago Triathlon host hotel, was named the 2017 Illinois Sustainable Technology Center Illinois Sustainability Award Winner.
- The Chicago Triathlon was named one of four eco-friendly triathlons by Triathlete Magazine
The event location is within close walking distance to many public transit hubs and stops and we encourage athletes to do their part by taking public transit. The Chicago Public Transportation system is the prefect way for athletes and spectators to get to and from the event and around the city sustainably. We will provide detailed information