Swim in Spa Creek, at the foot of Historic Downtown Annapolis and right off the Chesapeake Bay.


Bike from City Dock to Navy's Greenbury Point. You have the option of a 20k entirely on roads, or you can go off-road on a 16k course and take in views of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Transition 2 is at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.


Transition at the Stadium and head down Rowe Boulevard and Main Street. Enter the United States Naval Academy through Gate 1 and experience the beautiful Yard, including the Chapel and Bancroft Hall, the largest dormitory in the world.

City + County + State

One of the highlights of the Inaugural Annapolis Sailor's Triathlon is the cooperation between our city, county, and state officials. Working together as a relay team will be Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh (R-Swim), Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford (R-Bike), and Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley (D-Run).

Click here to view the Press Conference announcing the inaugural event.





An amazing opportunity to swim, bike and run Annapolis

Run as an individual or as a team. One of the most scenic triathlons in the Mid-Atlantic! Swim 500m at the end of City Dock, next to the Naval Academy. Bike out of town into Anne Arundel County to Greenbury Point, where you have the option of a 20k road-only course, or take a 16k hybrid bike off road onto the hard packed gravel and dirt trail, where you have a great view of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Transition 2 is at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Run 6.2k down Rowe Boulevard to the State House and through Historic Downtown Annapolis and enter Gate 1 of the United States Naval Academy. Run in front of the Chapel on the Yard, cross College Creek and exit Gate 8, back to the stadium for the finish. Awards and the post-race party featuring food, beverages including Michelob Ultra, and music from Dublin 5.

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