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Saturday, May 18, 2013

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SG Triathlon - Hurricane, UT

Sure to leave you with a grin on your face, and the first of our Twin Tri’s; SG & Kokopelli. What’s not to love about this breathtaking park, with its sandstone landscape and warm, blue water? Race here once, and you’ll be back, so why not get discounted entry fees and challenge yourself to improve in 2012?! Just participate in the same race on these identical courses, beat your time, and you win the Twin Tri Challenge! Kids too!

Sprint, Olympic & Kids Triathlons Overall, Age Group, Clydesdale, Athena & Relay Divisions USAT Sanctioned / Certified Race Director Accurate Chip Timing The first of 2 events in our Twin Tri Series FREE post-race meal & massage! No Park Entrance Fees on Race Day! No Registration Transaction Fees! Cost: $80 Early Pricing

Saturday, May 18, 2013 in Hurricane, UT

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