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What do Triathletes and Cancer Patients Have in Common? They’re Fighters!

The Cancer Support Community is an international nonprofit dedicated to providing support, education and hope to those impacted by cancer, and they are bringing a team of triathletes to Nation’s Tri this September. Learn more about this team!

AGE Team for Blog

Greetings from Advancing Girls’ Education in Africa, or AGE Africa!

Every September, sixty athletes, including the Ambassador of the Republic of Malawi to the United States, compete in the Nation’s Triathlon to honor AGE Africa’s scholars who walk a triathlon-sized distance every week just to attend school. In 2016, we invite you to join our team to help change the lives of 200 disadvantaged young women in Malawi.

2015 Events DC Nation's Triathlon. Washington, D.C., Sunday, 13 September 2015. Photo by Brian W. Knight/Swim Bike Run Photo.

Honoring our Military at Nation’s Tri

Nation’s Triathlon is proud to announce that we are honoring our nation’s Military in 2016 by providing all athletes in the Military Challenge with the opportunity to take part in the FIRST WAVE of the Olympic Distance Age Group race.

Get in the Race

Looking for a fun challenge? Join a Race-within-a-Race!

Join a race-within-a-race and compete against your peers! Did you know we have 5 race divisions besides Age Group and Clydesdale/Athena? With the Tri Club Challenge, First Responders Challenge, Military and Uniformed Services Challenge, Herbalife Congressional Challenge, and the Collegiate Challenge, there’s bound to be one that sounds fun to you!

Click below to learn about each of the five challenges and how you can get involved!

Tri Club Challenge

First Responders Challenge

Military and Uniformed Services Challenge

Herbalife Congressional Challenge

Collegiate Challenge (Sprint only)

Please note, you may only register for ONE Race-within-a-Race.

Support Team in Training (TNT)

Since 2008, the Nations Triathlon to Benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has raised more than $14 million to help fund treatments that save the lives of blood cancer patients every day.

Programs like TNT enable LLS to fund breakthrough research and the development of targeted therapies that zero in on cancer cells and kill them or Immunotherapies that uses a patient’s own immune system to eradicate cancer. For more information visit www.LLS.org.