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About Kerrville Tri

Welcome to the most scenic triathlon in Texas! Starting in 2011, Kerrville Tri was founded with the idea of bringing out the beauty and welcoming nature of the Texas Hill Country. Since then, thousands of participants have crossed the finish line to collect their medals.

Famed for its 70.3 distance triathlon on Sunday, the weekend also includes 7 other events including a rookie and sprint distance on Saturday and a Quarter distance on Sunday. Don’t forget to bring the family to this race destination, there is a ton to do around town and a FREE kids run on Saturday!

Participants enjoy awesome swag, a fun race course with beautiful views, and the ultimate after-party with floating in the Guadalupe and a finisher festival with free food and beer. At Kerrville Tri, we enjoy having a good time while racing hard and putting our training to the test. Rent a house on the river with friends or book the host hotel right next to the race start – whatever you do you are sure to have a great time at this Texas triathlon!

Team of triathletes having fun before the start of the kerrville triathlon

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Rookie Distance:
Triathlon: 300m Swim, 14 mile Bike, 2 mile Run.
Aquabike: 300m Swim, 14 mile Bike

Sprint Distance:
Triathlon: 500m Swim, 14 mile Bike, 3 mile Run.
Aquabike: 500m Swim, 14 mile Bike
Relay: 500m Swim, 14 mile Bike, 3 mile Run.

Quarter Distance:
Triathlon: 1000m Swim, 29 mile Bike, 6.4 mile Run.
Aquabike: 1000m swim, 29 mile Bike

Half Distance:
Triathlon: 1.2 mile Swim, 56 mile Bike, 13.1 mile Run.
Aquabike: 1.2 mile Swim, 56 mile Bike.
Relay: 1.2 mile Swim, 56 mile Bike, 13.1 mile Run.

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Group of 4 triathletes pose for the camera at Kerrville Triathlon. Text on design reads 5 Reasons to Create a Triathlon Relay Team. Read more at https://kerrvilletri.com/2021/08/build-triathlon-relay-team/
A bartender at Pint and Plow smiles after pouring a beer. Text on design reads 9 Best Kerrville Spots to Eat, Drink, and Visit. Learn more at https://kerrvilletri.com/2021/08/best-kerrville-spots/
Maximiliano leaves transition on his bike during a sprint triathlon. Text on design reads A Triathlete Story: I'm Training for My First Half. Maximiliano talks about training for his first half distance triathlon. Read more at *link in bio*
Triathlete shows the peace sign to the camera before he swims in Nimitz Lake at Kerrville Triathlon. He's in a sleeveless wetsuit with his swim goggles and swim cap. Text on design reads 6 Tips on Taking Your Swim from the Pool to Open Water. Read more at https://kerrvilletri.com/2021/07/from-the-pool-to-open-water/
Female triathlete crosses the Kerrville Triathlon finish line with her arms in the air. Text on design reads Free Finisher Video for all 2021 Participants. Learn more about the free, personalized finish line video at https://kerrvilletri.com/2021/07/free-personalized-finish-line-video/

Don’t take our word for it, Here is what our participants say

“My tri friends and I look forward to Kerrville and rent a house every year. It is EVERYBODY’S absolute favorite race. Some of us race Saturday and volunteer Sunday. Some do the opposite. Great course, great town, perfect way to end the season!!!”

Kerrville was my second Olympic last year. Now it will be my first 1/2. Something inspired me to make Kerrville my first, of all the other 70.3s. Just love the event.

The fans are awesome! The city is a great host and the post race is fabulous!

I love the organization of it. The High Five Events people are so professional and the volunteers are awesome!

It’s a fantastic course with great swimming conditions, challenging bike course and a fun run where I get to see all of my tri community friends over and over. Best course & race.

It was my first triathlon! Great people, Great support, Great Beer!

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