Military and Uniformed Services Challenge

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2015 Military Challenge Stats

Top branches represented

  • Navy (56)
  • Army (46)
  • Air Force (35)
  • Marines (24)

2015 Male winner:
Lee Boyer
Navy (2:08:06)

2015 Female winner:
Sarah Hardy
Army (2:38:46)

Military and Uniformed Services Challenge

  • Race against fellow members of the uniformed services!
  • Athletes competing in the Military and Uniformed Services Challenge must be either active duty or a veteran of one of the  unformed services:
    • Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, NOAA Corps, United States Public Health Service, National Guard, Army Reserves
  • NEW in 2016: Events DC 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. Our Military Challenge athletes will have the option to participate in the Military Challenge Wave, which will be entering the water following our Elite Athletes. Read the blog post for full details on this opportunity.

What is a Race-within-a-race?

Age group and team triathletes may be eligible to compete in one of the races within The Nation’s Triathlon. If eligible, your times will be ranked against both your age group (or team type) and those in the Challenge.


Why Compete in a Race-within-a-race?

It’s like competing in two races at one time!


How Can I Compete in a Race-within-a-race?

Simply select which race-within-a-race you’d like to compete in when filling out the registration form.

If you qualify for multiple races-within-a-race, you may only compete in ONE.