The Shyann Kindness Project's 5th Annual "Tri" for Acts of Kindness Sprint Triathlon/Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk

Passing Kindness On One Act At A Time

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2014

If you set a goal for yourself and are able to achieve it, you have won your race.

Your goal can be to come in first, to improve your performance, or just finish the race; its up to you.
-Dave Scott, Triathlete


It's almost hard to believe but it's our 5th Annual "Tri" for Acts of Kindness Sprint Triathlon/Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk! 

 
With record entries surpassing each previous year we are looking forward to the best year yet and we will be making some changes based on feedback from our Athletes and Sponsors. 
 
     
As in the past, if this is your first Triathlon, Duathlon or 5K, or if you are you getting ready for a full Triathlon, Duathlon or a Marathon, our 5th Annual SPRINT Triathlon/Duathlon and 5K Run/Walk just might be the perfect event to get you warmed up and tuned up!  
 
Because this is a SPRINT  Triathlon
The Swim is only 300 yards
The Bike Course is 12.5 miles
The Run Course is 3.1 miles (5K) 
 
Perfect distances for First Timers and Beginners and fun and relaxed for more experienced triathletes, duathletes and runners! 
 
 

 Join us on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at the beautiful La Mariposa Resort in Tucson.

We will be having Food - Raffle - Fun beginning with the race at 6:30 am and then concluding with breakfast, raffles and the Awards Ceremony. 

 

 

Your entry fee entitles you to one ticket for the Athletic Prizes Raffle and one for the breakfast meal. Additional raffle tickets can be purchased before or on Race Day (Winners Must Be Present).

 

 

Not competing but coming to cheer for your favorite athlete or team? Breakfast tickets can be purchased for a nominal fee as well as tickets for the Athletic Prizes Raffle. 

 

 

100% of your entry fee goes to The Shyann Kindness Project, a Tucson based all volunteer staffed and managed 501(c)(3) nonprofit children's charity serving underprivileged, at-risk and medically fragile children in Tucson and Southern Arizona.