Omaha Women’s Super Sprint Triathlon – Saturday, June 22, 2019
Participants compete in a short distance triathlon called a Super Sprint. The distances are approximately 375m Swim, 8K Bike, and 2.5K Run (half the distance of a Sprint Distance Triathlon).
Wonder Girls Youth Triathlon – Saturday, June 22, 2019
Girls will race after the adults (Females 15+ Race the Omaha Women’s and Girls 14 to age 6 will do the youth race). Click here to register for the girl’s race.
Lake Flanagan Sprint Triathlon – Sunday, June 23, 2019
The Women’s Triathlon is a two-day event. On June 23, there is a women’s Sprint Race (All Female Waves go 10-15 minutes prior the Male Waves). Click here to register for this new event.
The Omaha Women’s Triathlon aspires to bring women together as a community by offering a supportive, energetic and empowering environment for females pursuing a healthy and active lifestyle. This special event is designed especially for women of all athletic ability — whether new to multisport or an experienced athlete.
All events are held at Flanagan Lake Recreation Area.
This event is sanctioned by USA Triathlon (USAT). All USAT-sanctioned races require you to have a current USAT membership. If you don’t have an annual USAT membership, (only $50 per year), you can purchase a single day USAT pass for $15.
SWIM – 375M
Out-and-back swim at Lake Flanagan.
BIKE – 8K
This is an out-and-back course.
RUN – 2.5K out-and-back course.
TEAMS – Competing as a member of a relay team is a great introduction to the sport of triathlon. Teams may have either two or three athletes participate.
Friday, June 21
All registered participants need to pick up their race packets. Packet pickup will not be available on race day. This includes all relay team members. Relay team members need to complete a hard copy waiver.
Mandatory bike check into the transition area is required. Bike mechanics from our local bike sponsors will be on hand for minor issues and maintenance. Please place the corresponding bike number on each bike. Make sure to wear your wristband at all times in order to place and remove your bike from the transition area. If you are part of a relay team, the biker is the only one that may wear the wristband included in the race packet and place and remove the bike from the transition. These measures assure the security of equipment and general safety of all participants.
The athlete guide will be sent to all registered participants approximately 7 to 10 days prior to the event.
Age group awards are given to the first three finishers in each age group following the USA Triathlon rules. Age group awards are in five-year increments: 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, etc. up to 80+. Relay awards are given to the 1st place relay team.
Saturday, June 22
Race starts at 8 a.m. See athlete guide for information related to event day.