What is an age-grouper?
Age-grouper is just another way to say amateur. Anyone who does not have a pro/elite license is considered an age-grouper and they race in events according to age groups, typically separated in five-year increments.
This is the take-off point for all you age-groupers looking for information focused on your interests.
All age-groupers who have done three or more sanctioned triathlons, or two or more duathlons, aquathlons, off-road triathlons or aquabike races are included in the annual age group rankings.
Represent the United States and compete against the best athletes in the world at one of the International Triathlon Union's world championships.
Find a Club
Join the multisport community nearest you. Being part of a club is a great way to make friends, train and have fun.
Age groups are categorized by five-year increments:
80-8485 and up
USA Triathlon Competitive Rules
It is important for all athletes competing in USA Triathlon sanctioned events to have a basic understanding of the USA Triathlon Competitive Rules. USA Triathlon has issued a set of rules to maintain consistency and order from race to race across the country, keeping competition safe and fair.
Make the most of your training. Whether you're preparing for your first sprint triathlon or your 50th Olympic-distance, there are tools and training plans to help you reach your goals.
USA Triathlon has established 10 regional federations to promote multisport at the local level. These regions to assist members and race directors in developing regional programs and championships, train and assign officials and organize their own activities.
Find a Coach
Find a USA Triathlon Certified Coach in your area. Click on the map to search by state or browse the coach listings. Each blue pin represents a different coach. You can use the toolbar on the left of the map to zoom into an exact location and find several certified coaches in a similar area.