The Marble Falls Triathlon is an intermediate distance race with a 1 km Swim, 23 mile Bike, and 4.4 mile run. We will once again offer a sprint distance option: 500m swim, 12 mile bike, 2 mile run.
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Aerial Views of Race MapsCLICK HERE to download a PDF file (~20 MB) that includes satellite views of all segments of both the SPRINT and INTERMEDIATE race courses.
(Special thanks go to Marble Falls Triathlon's friend, Chris Carrell, for his work on these maps and below files!)
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Google Earth KMZ files for Race Maps
You now have the capability to download the below "KMZ" files in order to open them up to view within Google Earth! (Download to your computer to open with Google Earth)
A counter-clockwise 1km (500m for sprint distance) open water swim in Lake
Marble Falls. It is marked with buoys and will be monitored from boats and
kayaks. Go to Event Info page for swim wave
Swim Conditions Update: Water temperature will be in the 80-84 degree range on race day. As a result, the race will NOT be wetsuit legal for award elegibility. Click here to read the official USAT rules on wet suit usage in races.
An out-and-back 23 mile course (12mile for sprint distance), steeped with Hill Country vistas. Note the incline and decline nature of hill country cycling - manage your speed and distance to other cyclists. DRAFTING is illegal and will not be tolerated. Draft marshals, Police, and volunteers(in orange) will be out on the course. Be aware roads are open to traffic - use caution and do not cross the centerlines.
A 4.4 mile loop (2 mile for sprint distance) on pavement and dirt through
quaint Marble Falls. There are two aid stations with smiling volunteers, water