The age group Sprint, Olympic and Aquabike distance races at the 2013 ITU World Triathlon San Diego will serve as the 2013 USA Triathlon Club National Championship. Official USA Triathlon Clubs are eligible to compete for one of five national titles based on the club's total membership size. The Club National Championship is scored based on individual age group performances in both the Sprint, Olympic and Aquabike distance events. If an entrant is affiliated with an official USA Triathlon Club, a finish or top 10 showing in either the Sprint, Olympic or Aquabike distance race will earn points for their club in championship event.
To be eligible for club awards, club administrators must submit their full membership rosters to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 20, 2013. The rosters should include your entire membership list, not just those athletes competing in the race. Rosters must indicate your members' first and last name, date of birth, city and state as well as the distance they'll be competing in at Club Nationals.
The rosters will indicate the size of your club. Once this is determined, your club will be placed in one of the following division:
- Division I: 250+ Total Members
- Division II: 130-249 Total Members
- Division III: 89-129 Total Members
- Division IV: 30-88 Total Members
- Division V: 2-29 Total Members
Race distances eligible for the Club National Championship:
- Sprint: 750m Swim, 20K Bike, 5K Run
- Olympic: 1.5K Swim, 40K Bike, 10K Run
- Aquabike: 1.5K Swim, 40K Bike
Please choose the option “Individual + Club Nationals” on the registration page to sign up for the Club National Championship. There is no additional fee.
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