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Huntingdon, TN

Weather Plan: If there is lightning or a significant amount of rain the race will be delayed. If the weather does not clear up in a reasonable amount of time the race will be canceled. There are no refunds for a canceled race due to weather.

September 15, 2018

Sprint Distance

500 meter swim - 16m bike - 5k run


Olympic Distance

1.5k swim - 40k bike - 10k run

dixie Triathlon

Watch the Facebook Live video announcing the brand new Dixie Triathlon, featuring Race Director Joe Fleenor, Huntingdon Mayor Dale Kelley, Dixie PAC Executive Director Lori Nolen, Superstar local triathlete Kirsten Sass, and members of the Dixie Tri Race Committee.

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The swim will take place in the scenic Cumberland River, maximizing down stream and paths of least resistance.  This section of the river has very little current so swim times will be fast.

The bike is set up to be fast.  Sprint participants will ride out Hwy 12 to the Davidson County line and back, with Olympic participants making 2 loops.

The run takes you out to the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail where you'll be surrounded by the sounds of nature and color of wildflowers.  The Bicentennial Trail is flat and shaded, making it an ideal course for the run.

The 1st Annual McKenzie Medical Center Dixie Triathlon, presented by The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center, is set to launch on September 15, 2018 from the stunning banks of Carroll County's 1000 Acre Recreation Lake in West Tennessee. Spearheaded by progressive community leadership wishing to promote fitness and wellness as well as showcasing the natural beauty of the Town of Huntingdon and Carroll County, the Dixie Triathlon promises to offer participants and spectators one of the most unique and entertaining races in Tennessee.