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Omaha to Host 2025 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival Presented By Mutual Of Omaha

by USA Triathlon

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Triathlon, in partnership with Omaha Sports Commission and the City of Omaha, Nebraska, is excited to be returning to Omaha for a second year in a row to host the 2025 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival presented by Mutual of Omaha at Lake Cunningham June 4-8, 2025. The event, which will span over the course of 5 days, will bring the Multisport community back to Omaha to compete in 12 events across multiple race formats along with nine National Championship Events.

The 2025 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival schedule will include the following events:

Wednesday, June 4 

Thursday, June 5 

  • Super Sprint Duathlon Time Trial: 1k run, 5k bike, 1k run 
  • Super Sprint Triathlon Time Trial: 200m swim, 5k bike, 1k run 
  • Standard Aquabike: 1500m swim, 40k bike 

Friday, June 6 

  • Standard Duathlon: 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run 
  • Aquathlon: 2.5k run, 1000m swim, 2.5k run (or 1000m, 5k run) – format dependent on water temperature 

Saturday, June 7 

  • Draft-Legal Sprint Duathlon: 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run (drafting allowed) 
  • Draft-Legal Sprint Triathlon: 750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run (drafting allowed) 
  • Youth Triathlon 

Sunday, June 8 

  • Age Group Triathlon Mixed Relay: 200m swim, 5k bike, 1k run (drafting allowed) 
  • Super Sprint Individual Medley Triathlon: 200m swim, 5k bike, 1k run (swim, bike, run, bike, run, bike, run, bike, run) (drafting allowed) 
  • Age Group Duathlon Mixed Relay: 1k run 1, 5k bike, 1k run (drafting allowed) 

 “We can’t wait to return to Omaha next year. The Omaha Sports Commission and the City of Omaha really rolled out the welcome mat this year,” said Victoria Brumfield, CEO of USA Triathlon. “The Multisport festival continues to evolve and has really become so much more than racing, it’s a time to come together as a community and celebrate Multisport and all of our athletes. Whether its someone’s first race, they’re coming back to earn another Multisport Master belt buckle, or taking the opportunity to qualify for Team USA, we’re excited to partner with Omaha and build on this year to create another can’t-miss racing experience.” 

“We look forward to having this wonderful event in our city and good luck to the athletes participating in the event," said Mark Rath, Visit Omaha Director of Sports.

“We are excited that USA Triathlon is continuing the partnership for a second year with the Omaha community. Lake Cunningham is an ideal venue for the sport of triathlon. We can’t wait to see all the athletes, volunteers, and spectators back for year two!” said Lindsay Toussant Brown, Executive Director of Omaha Sports Commission.

Registration opens to the public on June 20, 2024. Athletes are encouraged to participate in multiple disciplines and will once again award anyone who completes five or more races will earn the honor and a special belt buckle commemorating the feat. There are also discounts for athletes who register for three or more events.  

All races will be held at Lake Cunningham, a 390-acre lake surrounded by a 1,050-acre park located in north central Omaha, Nebraska. The lake was constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control and recreation and opened to the public in 1977. 

In addition to racing for age group national championships, athletes will also be able to qualify to represent age group Team USA at the m USA at the 2026 World Triathlon Age Group World Championships. For more information about Team USA, comprised of the nation’s top amateur multisport athletes who represent the U.S. at World Triathlon Age Group World Championship events, visit  

The five days of racing kick off on Wednesday, June 4 with an open water swim competition and continue into Thursday with the Standard Aquabike National Championships (1500m swim, 40k bike) the Super Sprint Triathlon Time Trial National Championships (250m swim, 5k bike, 1k run) and the Super Sprint Time Trial Duathlon (1k run, 5k bike, 1k run). 

Friday’s races include the Standard Duathlon National Championships (10k run, 40k bike, 5k run) and swim-run athletes will compete in the Aquathlon National Championships (1,000m swim, 5k run). 

Saturday will include the Draft-Legal Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run) as well as the Draft-Legal Duathlon National Championships (5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run). Draft-legal  

racing, where athletes ride in packs on the bike, is the format of racing contested on the World Triathlon and Olympic stage and is gaining popularity at the age-group level. Youth Triathlon 

Racing will conclude on Sunday with the final three events the Mixed Relay Triathlon, Individual Medley Triathlon and Mixed Relay Duathlon.