02/23/2019 @ 7:00 am 2019 IronBruin Triathlon-2.23.19 Collegiate and Age-Group Irwindale, CA
About the Event
Collegiate and Age-Group
Saturday, February 23, 2019 @ 7:00 am
15501 Arrow Highway
Irwindale, CA 91706
On Saturday, February 23, 2019, the 16th Annual IronBruin Triathlon will be co-hosted by the UCLA Triathlon Team & California Triathlon. The 2019 event features collegiate and age group sprint and Olympic distances on a fast and flat course at beautiful Sante Fe Dam in Irwindale, California.
The collegiate sprint is part of the West Coast Collegiate Triathlon Conference (WCCTC) race series and we expect athletes, alumni and friends of the program from the following colleges: Arizona State University, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Cal State University, Sacramento, San Diego State University, San Francisco State, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Irvine, UCLA, UCSB, University of Arizona, University of California, San Diego, University of Colorado Boulder and University of Southern California. The age group sprint marks the beginning of the 2019 race calendar.
2019 IronBruin Race features include:
- Rolling swim start
- Spring filled lake
- A closed fast and flat bike course
- Scenic run course
- Monthly coached race clinics
- Top notch medal and designer race shirt
- Free race photos
- In the shadows of the San Gabriel Mountains
- 100% of the volunteers get a free entry to another race
- Student & family friendly pricing
About The UCLA Triathlon Team. The UCLA Triathlon Team is a student-run organization and an official club sport of the UCLA Recreation Department. In addition to a structured coached program for students, UCLA Triathlon also provides coaching and a team atmosphere for staff, faculty, alumni, and community members.
About California Triathlon. California Triathlon is a 501(c)(3) charity that provides a premium no-fee membership to over 5,000 athletes worldwide. Their mission is to make the sport of triathlon affordable, accessible & sustainable by providing the resources, coaching, and support needed for athletes to accomplish their goals.