40th Annual Morgans Little Miami Triathlon
June 2, 2019
Oct 6, 2019
Celebrating our 40th year producing this event, Morgans Outdoor Adventures hosts the triathlon race in the beautiful and historic Ft Ancient Valley on the Little Miami River twice yearly in the spring and fall. The race consists of a 6 mile paddle component (canoe or kayak), 5.5 mile run and 18 mile bike ride
The inaugural Morgans Little Miami Triathlon was created in 1979, inspired by the Kona Ironman which debuted the previous year. Morgans Little Miami Triathlon was the first triathlon in the continental US, and the originator of producing a triathlon where canoeing replaces the traditional swimming leg.
The triathlon has evolved over the years with thousands of athletes participating in this unique and fun race. With the increasing popularity of kayaking, we introduced the individual division for kayakers in the late 1990's. We then introduced the half triathlon in 2015 for those who had time constraints or who wanted to compete with an older or younger family member or friend, or for those just not ready for the full tri. This also includes a walking division for those with knee issues or non-runners. This addition has made it more family friendly and appealing to all age ranges and skill levels.
Divisions include Male/Male, Female/Male, Female/Female, Parent/Child, Masters (combined ages 80+), and Centurions (combined ages 100+). Awards are mailed to the top 10% in each division.
Included in the entry fee is the use of the canoe or kayak with paddles and lifejackets, chipped timing, and a hot catered meal with beverages served at the race's after party, which includes live entertainment provided by the Grey Dogs. T-Shirts can be ordered separately during registration or a limited quantity will be available race day.
We have had generations come year after year to come participate in this great race!
Training recommendations from MLMT official cyclist trainer, Pete Wimberg. Click Here
This year's 40th Annual Morgan's Triathlon benefits:
...and various local/regional Boy Scout Troops.