Registration Info

On August 17, 2014 the Long Beach Triathlon promises to be one of the most scenic races on the Pacific Coast! Your adventure will begin with a half mile swim inside the break-wall. The 11 mile scenic bike course travels along Shoreline Drive, Queensway Bridge, and past the Queen Mary. The course finishes with a fast run course adjacent to Shoreline Village and the Marina.

Early Reg
(to 12- 1)           

(to 2-1)         

Late Reg
(to 8-1)         

Until  Race Day 

Individual Sprint

$100 $115

Individual Super Sprint

$85 $100

Relay (both distances)

$220  $250

Individual VIP


Youth (7-14)

$20  $25

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USAT Waiver

Long Beach Triathlon Event Waiver

*If you sign up in a category, this is the category you race in, not age division (ex: Clydesdale, Military)*
*VIP Packages are “in addition to” the individual or relay pricing.* **If you registered VIP later than August 15th, your Jersey will be mailed post event**

Long Beach Triathlon

- 1/2 mile Swim
- 11 mile cycle
- 3 mile run

NEW Super Sprint 
- 1/4 mile Swim
- 7 mile cycle
- 1.5 mile run

Date & Time

Sunday, August 17, 2014
Start Time: 7:00 am


700 Shoreline Dr. Long Beach, CA 90802

Individual and Relay Registration Includes:

  • Long Beach Triathlon Race T-Shirt
  • Goody Bag
  • Finisher Medal
  • On Course Hydration Stations
  • Finish Festival with Post Race Food & Entertainment
  • Swim Cap
  • Direct Access to Online Race Photos and Results

VIP (Individual & Relay) Registration Includes the above plus:

  • Race Pick Up on Sunday Morning
  • VIP Parking
  • Preferred Transition Area Spot
  • Long Beach Triathlon Baseball Cap
  • Blueseventy goggles (first 20 VIP registrants)
  • Blueseventy wetsuit discount
  • TriLab Gift card
  • Champion System apparel
  • $20 off any future Pacific Sports race
  • Complimentary photo from FinisherPix
  • Herbalife product




Race Course

The water temperature in Long Beach in September is typically in the high 60s to low 70s. Water conditions are excellent and very safe. There are no waves inside the break wall where the swim takes place and wetsuits are allowed. Scenic bike on Shoreline Drive, Queensway Bridge and past the Queen Mary. The bike course is 11 miles in length with 2 loops of the course. Fast run course adjacent to Shoreline Village and the Marina.


Course Map

Course Talks

We recommend that you attend one of the course talks given by Long Beach Tri Club co-founder Charles Johanson, which are scheduled throughout the Expo/Packet Pickup Day. Charles will provide you with tips on what to watch for on the course and how to get the most out of your race. Even if you've done this event before, there's something to learn from Charles.

We have also made adjustments to the run course to make it more streamlined and spectator-friendly. The run new course will: allow access for spectators to the finish line; make it easier for spectators to see runners at the halfway point and through the finish chute; and eliminate crossovers in front of Alfredo's.

Run Course:            3 miles
Youth (11-14 yrs):   2k (1.2 miles)
Youth (7-10 yrs):     1k   (.6 mile)

- Runners exit Transition, left-turn heading east along bike path.
- Runners follow bike path east to east-end turn-around, at approx. 14th Place; fluid station at turnaround (marked with red cross below).
- Youth runners will follow same route, with Y (11-14) turnaround at 11th Place and Y (7-10) turnaround at 5th Place.
- Runners head to west-end turnaround, at approx. 2nd Place; retrace to east-end turn-around: TWO LOOPS!
- Return westward to 1st Place, past turnaround; left-turn at beach access pad, to FINISH

For a PDF of the new run course, click here

USAT Rules and Regulations:

The Long Beach Triathlon is a USAT sanctioned event and therefore follows USAT rules. Please click here for more information on USAT Rules and Regulations.

For more information, click on any of the following:

USAT Rules and Regulations

Most Commonly Violated Rules

Approved Skinsuits/Speedsuits

Event Info

Approximate Weekend Schedule

10:00 AM Expo opens for packet pickup 
11:00 AM Race Briefing by LB Tri Club, Expo Patio
2:00 PM Race Briefing by LB Tri Club, Expo Patio
4:00 PM Expo Closes
4:00 AM Access to race-day parking opens:
Convention Center $10
5:30 AM Transition Area opens –
700 Shoreline Dr. Long Beach, CA 90802
7:00 AM Transition Area Closes
7:00 AM Finish Line Festival Opens
7:00 AM First Swim Wave
10:00 AM Awards Ceremony Begins

Expo Location

The Expo is Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM.  It is at Alfredo's at Alamitos Beach. Located where the bike path hits the Marina Parking lot. Below the Villa Rivera building, below the corner of Ocean Blvd and Shoreline. The driveway is off of Shoreline Drive, north of Linden Ave. Do NOT park in the Alamitos parking lot on either day. Park at the Convention Center or the Marina parking lot.
Google map

Exhibitor Information

Are you interested in being an exhibitor in the Long Beach Triathlon? Contact


Finisher medals are given to every finisher. There will also be first through third (1-3) division medals, You must be present at the awards ceremony to get your medal. Medals will not be mailed after the race.


14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, Clydesdale (Men 200+ lbs), Athena (Women 145+ lbs), Elite, Collegiate, Challenged Athlete, Military/Police/Fire

Relay Team Divisions

Male, Female, Co-Ed, Military/Police/Fire

*You may race in either the Age Group OR one of the other Divisions, but NOT both*


Training Opportunities

Long Beach Tri Swim Clinic
When:  Sunday, August 10 - 7:45 AM
Where:   Alfredo's Beach Club Parking Lot, Below Villa Rivera - Corner of E Ocean/E.Shoreline
To RSVP (required):
LB Tri Club and Pacific Sports bring you a FREE (RSVP required) swim clinic designed for the Long Beach Triathlon. LB Tri Club Members will talk about the 4 basic factors that will help you succeed in the swim leg of the triathlon and specifically the Long Beach Triathlon.

This is a hands on (or more accurately ‘feet in’) clinic. The clinic is less talk and more doing. If you are going to participate in this clinic you should come prepared to swim the course.

The talk portion of this clinic is about 15-20 minutes and the practicum swim portion is the balance of the time (usually about 45-60 minutes) but we are willing to stay longer if you have other questions.

This clinic is focused on the Swim Leg of the Long Beach Triathlon and is not a swimming skills clinic, although we will talk a bit about basic swim strategies and skills.

You are required to be able to swim a half-mile unassisted to attend this clinic.

You should bring a towel, recovery drink, wetsuit (if you plan on wearing one for the race), swim cap (required during race) and goggles. Yes, wetsuits are recommended, for more info on wetsuits checkout, or for help.

Topics covered will include;
- Water Entrance and Exit
- Training strategies
- Sighting
- Safety
- Water Acclimation
- Equipment

Run the LB Tri Course (or half of it) to Get Ready for Race Day

When:    Sunday, August 10 - 11:00 AM
Where:   Alfredo's Beach Club Parking Lot, Below Villa Rivera - Corner of E Ocean/E.Shoreline
To RSVP:   None needed, just show up

Clinic is Free, no registration required, just show up at 11 AM.

Nothing will get you more prepared for any race than being familiar with the course. Join members of the LB Tri club and run (or walk) the run course so you can get a nice Sunday workout and be ready on race day.

Tri 101 Workshop

When:    Thursday, July 31 - 6:30 PM
Where:   TriZone, 3380 Cerritos Ave., Los Alamitos, CA 90720
To RSVP (required):
This Tri 101 is designed specifically for the Long Beach Triathlon to prepare you for an awesome race day. If this is your first triathlon, make sure you attend a Tri 101 to ensure success, if you’ve raced before there is always something new to learn at a Tri 101 and this event also covers race course details and tips & tricks from athletes who have done this specific race multiple times.

The event is FREE, registration is required and seating is limited.

Topics will include:
- Equipment overview
- Transition tips
- Physical & mental training
- Race day check lists
- Course details
- Top 10 triathlon tips
- Injury prevention
- Etiquette: rules of the water and road
- USAT Rules & what is USAT
- And even a little triathlon history, trivia, and fun facts

Hotel and Travel

Parking Information

The best place to park is in the Convention Center lot nearest the race course. The lot will open at 4:00 am, will cost $10 and all participants must cross Shoreline Drive at Linden Ave to get to the Transition Area. See the maps below for directions.

View a downtown Long Beach map

Information on Long Beach

Be sure to visit the Long Beach Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau's web site for the latest information on events and things to do in Long Beach

Long Beach Triathlon Partners

LB Tri Club

LB Tri, the triathlon club that trains like a team, is Southern California’s newest and fastest growing multi-sport organization. Founded in September of 2009 LB Tri is a group of likeminded athletes who share a passion for the sport of triathlon, living life to the fullest and having fun. Our members include novices looking for support before completing their first triathlon, newbies looking to get in shape via the triathlon, fitness nuts who like to push themselves and veterans of Ironman competition. Read More.

CrossFit 5150

Unlike regular weight training or training at the corporate chain gyms, most CrossFit WODs have intense cardio. In addition, at CrossFit 5150 we offer participation in our CF5150 Endurance team for those who want to take endurance training (triathlons & marathons) to the next level. Read More.


USA Triathlon is the sanctioning authority for more than 3,000 diverse events, ranging from grassroots to high-profile races nationwide. The organization works to create interest and participation in a variety of programs, including camps, clinics, races and educational opportunities. USA Triathlon's 130,000-strong membership is comprised of athletes of all ages, coaches, officials, parents and fans striving to strengthen multisport.


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