Eddie Ferrell Music City Triathlon
|Date||Saturday, July 21 2018|
40 Years of Triathlon Tradition in Downtown Nashville
For the 10th year, this 40 year old triathlon will be held in downtown Nashville. Team Magic has managed the Music City Triathlon since 2006.
Swim in the Cumberland River, with a point-to-point swim for the sprint, Bike on a completely closed, traffic-free Ellington Parkway, and Run on a flat out and back course.
Music City Sprint Triathlon hosts Tennessee High School State Championships
High school athletes wanting to participate in the TN State High School Championships register for the sprint distance by selecting “TN High School Championship” under Category during registration. All High School State Championships are held as part of larger age-group triathlons in each state.
To be eligible, athletes must be high school students in the state of TN. All TN High School Championship athletes will be grouped together in transition and swim start. Athletes are eligible for overall and age group awards as well as top 3 male and top 3 female TN high school athletes.
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Since 1997 this not for profit organization has been dedicated to the health and enjoyment of the Cumberland River and its tributaries through education, collaborations and on-the-ground restoration. 3 million people and 480 unique species depend on clean and abundant water from Cumberland River basin. Compact staff and thousands of volunteers work hard each and every day to keep these beautiful waters clean. Donate: HERE. Visit them at cumberlandrivercompact.org
Team Magic is also proud to be working with Boy Scout Troop 157 and the United States Navy as charity partners for this race. All of our partners will be at the race site cheering you on and providing support. Be sure to thank them on the course for helping make your race great!