To better accommodate and provide greater flexibility for our athletes, we first introduced this Official Duathlon in-person event at the 2022 event as an option for those who may be new to the sport or who wish to only complete the run and bike disciplines.
Registered athletes will enjoy a Run, Bike, Run on the majority of the same course as fellow athletes competing in the Verizon New York City Triathlon.
2022 event information listed below.
Whether you are a seasoned triathlon veteran or brand new to the sport, anyone can participate!
MODIFIED COURSE: Athletes will begin with a 1-mile run and then complete the same modified Bike and Run course as the International Triathlon distance athletes.
Duathlon Distances to Complete:
1-mile Run | 12.4 miles (20K) Bike | 2.5 Miles Run
Course map below.
Start Location: Transition – Riverside Park Soccer Fields at 101st St.
Athletes will report to the southwest corner of Transition on the West Side Highway for the start of their race.
Start Time: Approx. 6:05 am (mass start)
Event details subject to change.
Athletes must adhere to NYC Tri race rules and processes. Event information may be found on the Athlete Information page.
Athletes already registered for the 2022 Verizon New York City Triathlon may instead opt for the Duathlon by switching their distance through their RunSignup profile. Select “Manage Registration > Transfer Event” to choose a new distance.
All registration changes MUST be made online by July 19, 2022 (11:59 pm ET) After that date, all changes must be made in-person with our Athlete Services team at the Expo.
View our deferral and cancellation policy here.
- Finisher medal
- Professionally timed in-person race*
Registration Period: May 24 – July 23, 2022
Or until sell-out, whichever happens first. Cap of 250 athletes.
Registration Fee: $370
*Only Overall awards will be given for the Duathlon option.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Visit our Event page on RunSignup to review additional event information and the list of FAQs.