july, 2021

31jul5:15 amSea to Summit5:15 am Race Director: Kathleen Walker Race Type:MultisportRace Distance:OtherState:Maine,New Hampshire

Event Details

The Sea to Summit is not your traditional triathlon. This is an amazing day — combining the core elements of triathlon with the challenges of an adventure race. The largely self-supported event consists of a 1.5 mile swim, a 92-96 bike ride (depending on course variations) and a strenuous 5.5 mile run/climb up the tallest — and deadliest — mountain in the Northeast U.S. The 2021 race starts at 5:15 am on Saturday, July 31 on the shores of Maine’s Salmon Falls tidal river, and ends a mile high atop Mt. Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

This is not a race for beginners. Required for entry into Sea to Summit is the completion of a 70.3 distance triathlon in 5:45 or less, or a 140.6 (“Ironman”) triathlon in 13:15 or less, either of which was completed after Jan. 1, 2017.  The race directors may allow entries for athletes who have completed other recent races of similar difficulty if they are convinced the athlete likely has the ability to reach the checkpoints before the cut-off times (see below). Athletes must be 18 years of age or older



(Saturday) 5:15 am

Race Director

Kathleen Walker[email protected]

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