When is it?

The race will be on Sunday, October 25th, 2020, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Check-in will start at 9:00 AM and will end at 10:15 AM.

The 5K will begin at 10:00AM

Where is it?

We’ll be doing pre-race check-in on the south side of La Jolla Shores (2100 Vallecitos, San Diego, CA 92037). The 5K will start at 10AM, while the aquathlon will get started a bit later at 10:30AM.

Where can I register?

Registration coming soon! We will also be offering race-day registration for a flat price (all groups, all races) of $30 credit card or check only. No cash for race-day registration. It is 2017 after all.

What’s the course?

The race will begin on the south end of the beach, past Kellog Park. The C shaped swim course will consist of entering the water, swimming past the break,  and turning to swim north, parallel to the shore. Athletes will then turn into shore and exit the water to transition. The course will be closely watched by lifeguards. After riding the waves in, athletes will take off their wetsuits and goggles in transition, put on (optional) shoes, then head to and from Scripps Pier two times on the sand for a total of 5 kilometers.

Our runners will start their race at the same a bit earlier than the aquathloners, but don’t have to get wet before they take off on the sand. The beach is plenty wide and the surface is pretty firm, just look out for sand castles! The start and finish of both the 5K and the aquathlon will be right next to registration. We’ll also have plenty of well-informed volunteers on-site to help direct you where you need to go.

Is this race beginner friendly?

Yes! The ocean should be fairly calm and reasonably warm in October (average temperature in the mid-to-low 60s). While we’d recommend wearing a wetsuit in the water, it can be a surfing wetsuit or kayaking drytop or whatever you’d like! Our collegiate prices apply to ALL university students (even you graduate students), not just collegiate triathletes, so we encourage any and all people in the area to come and check out our race.