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The USA Triathlon Rocky Mountain Region consists of Colorado, New Mexico, Texas (El Paso County), Utah and Wyoming.

Rocky Mountain Region Mission Statement

The Rocky Mountain Region Strives to serve the multisport athletes in our Region by enacting USA Triathlons national mission on a local level.

2015 Rocky Mountain Regional Championship

rocky mountain regional championshipsFor info on the 2015 USA Triathlon Rocky Mountain Regional Championships click here.

2014 Rocky Mountain Region Championships

The Rocky Mountain Region (RMR) Council is pleased to announce multisport events selected to be the RMR Championships for 2014 including championships for winter triathlon, duathlon, aquabike and aquathlon, Olympic distance, sprint distance, special qualifier Olympic distance and Paratriathlon and club. Additional dates for 2014 Rocky Mountain Region championships will be announced soon.

2014 Rocky Mountain Region Championships
Duathlon Championship
Barkin' Dog Duathlon
May 10 (Denver, Colo.)

Aquabike and Aquathlon Championship
Loveland Lake to Lake
June 28 (Loveland, Colo.)

Special Qualifier Olympic Distance Championship
Echo Triathlon
July 12 (Park City, Utah)

Olympic Distance Championship
Boulder Peak Triathlon
July 13 (Boulder, Colo.)

Sprint Distance Championship
Socorro Chile Harvest Triathlon
August 9 (Socorro, N.M.)

ParaTriathlon & Club Championship
YOLO Triathlon
August 17 (Aurora, Colo.)

Long Course Championship

Harvest Moon Triathlon
September 7 (Aurora, Colo.)

Rocky Mountain Region Talent ID Series



The Rocky Mountain Region Talent ID Series is designed to foster excitement and develop young athletes between the ages of 13 and 19. The series consists of seven independently produced triathlons spread evenly across the region. Each event meets a set of criteria ensuring the race is optimized for those new to the sport as well as those who wish to compete against the best in the region.

For all details and current results click here.

Additional Resources:
You can learn more about Youth Triathlon here.

Click here to view the Junior Elite High Performance teams for the Rocky Mountain Region.

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