The Seventh Annual TriWaco Triathlon will be on Sunday, July 26, 2015

Swim Course Update:
The Waco Parks Department and Water Department are closely monitoring water levels and quality of the Brazos River. At this time, we expect the levels to normalize by race day. Any changes to the format of the race (e.g., change to a Duathlon) due to unsafe swim conditions will be posted here, on our Facebook page and an email will be sent to participants.
RegionalChampLogo_SouthMWRegistration is now open for the Seventh Annual TriWaco, which starts with a 1500-meter open water swim in the Brazos River (no wetsuits) followed by a mostly flat and fast 25-mile bike ride on country roads north and west of Waco. The race finishes out with a hilly 10-kilometer run along the Brazos River that leads to the oldest suspension bridge in the United States. The Sprint distance event includes a 400-meter swim in the Brazos River, a 12-mile bike ride along the same country roads and a 5-kilometer run finishing on the suspension bridge.


I put a review on my blog-, but in short, I had such a great time! This is by far the best race for the money I have done, and I would definitely be back. The location is convenient, the course is challenging but great for any level, the swag was outstanding, and everything ran smoothly the whole event. You can't ask for more!

Contact Us

General Inquiries:
Chris Davis – or 254-757-5604
Ashley Futris – or 254-757-5605

Registration Inquiries:
Debra Cortese – Owner and Director of Tri-Now Endurance at