Tri Goddess Tri celebrates women of all abilities, inspiring them to reach new heights of health and set new fitness goals by training for and completing a triathlon. Held just 12 miles west of Chelsea at the Portage Lake Unit of Waterloo State Recreation Area, surrounding our participants in scenery as beautiful and inspiring as themselves.
Tri Goddess Tri features min-sprint, sprint, and Olympic distance events:
All bike distances are on paved roads.
All runs are a mix of road and trail.
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Olympic Triathlon — 1500-meter lake swim (64 lengths in a standard metric pool), 24.3-mile bike ride, 6.2-mile run
Sprint Triathlon — 750-meter lake swim (32 lengths in a standard metric pool), 10.3-mile bike ride, 3-mile run
Mini-Sprint Triathlon — 400-meter lake swim (16 lengths in a standard metric pool), 10.3-mile bike ride, 1.5-mile run Ideal for women trying their first tri!
Olympic Aquabike (swim bike done) — 1500 meter lake swim (64 lengths in a standard metric pool), 24.3-mile bike ride
Sprint Duathlon (run bike run) — 3-mile run, 10.3-mile bike ride, 1.5-mile run
Olympic Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Olympic Triathlon together
Sprint Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Sprint Triathlon together
Mini-Sprint Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Mini-Sprint Triathlon together
A State Park permit or Recreation Passport is needed to enter Waterloo State Recreation Area. Visit the Michigan Department of Natural Resources' website here for pricing and more information.
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The Waterloo Recreation Area is the largest park in the Lower Peninsula. The park is home to rustic, equestrian, and modern campgrounds, cabins/yurts, beaches, picnic areas, fishing lakes, nature trails, hiking trails, mountain biking trails, equestrian trails, and swimming beaches! Oh yeah... and it is BEAUTIFUL!
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