Wisconsin Triterium Triathlon

06/27/2015 - 7am
Fireman's Park
Verona, WI
7:00 am

If you're looking for a great race with some serious bragging rights - WTT on June 27, 2015 is for you! This multi-loop format is great for racers and spectators alike, giving the crowd an ample opportunity to cheer for their athletes. The venue for this event is Fireman's park in Verona, Wisconsin. Verona is just a few miles south of Madison. In 2002, Verona gained national prominence in the triathlon community during the Ironman Wisconsin event. The enthusiasm of the community for triathlon is unequaled and will make for an unforgettable experience.

An Event for All Levels!

Due to the looped format, both the sprint and Olympic distance races are designed to be beginner friendly, but challenging.  With a safe swim, well marked bike courses and the spectator packed run courses, beginners will enjoy this event.
For the more experienced triathlete, this course is a great race to test your limits. This moderately hilly bike and run course is a great place to show off your climbing skills, and for those athletes training for IM Wisconsin, a fantastic test of your ability to race hills similar to those found on the IM course.

Registration Cost:

  Nov-Jan Feb Mar-Apr May-June Day Of
Sprint $59 $64 $69 $74 $85
Sprint - Relay $115 $120 $125 $130 $140
Olympic $69 $74 $79 $84 $95
Olympic - Relay $115 $120 $125 $130 $140

Online Registration will close at Midnight on June 24, 2015.

*All prices include WI sales tax, but do not include an Active.com processing fee.

Not interested in registering online?

Click HERE for an offline Registration form. 


When: June 27, 2015. Transition opens at 5:45 am, race starts at 7:00 am.

Where: Fireman's Park, Verona, WI


Sprint Distance: 1/3 mile swim 11 mile bike 5K run
Olympic Distance: 1.5K swim 25.5 mile bike 10K run


Swim: Both races will take place in a quarry and wet suits will be allowed subject to temperature . The Olympic distance race will be three loops with the swimmers exiting the water, crossing over a timing mat, and re-entering the water between loops. Swim Course Map

Bike: The sprint distance bike will be an out and back 11 mile race over hilly terrain. The Olympic distance bike will include two loops in a hilly and challenging terrain. Much of the bike course will be on portions of the Ironman Wisconsin course. Bike Course Map

Run:The Sprint run will be one loop with an out and back section over a slightly rolling terrain. The Olympic distance 10K will be three loops over a slightly rolling terrain. A short and quite steep hill - a real attention getter - is included in the Olympic loop. Run Course Map

Wisconsin Indoor Cycling - King of the Mountain

The Wisconsin Triterium Triathlon Olympic distance course features the locally infamous Observatory Hill climb not once, but twice. The folks at Wisconsin Indoor Cycling like this climb so much that they are sponsoring a King of the Mountain (KOM) competition.  

The racers will be timed from the bottom of Observatory Hill to the top. The start and finish of the ascent will be well marked

The KOM awards are as follows:

Cash Prizes:

•   1st place male overall - $100

•   1st place female overall - $100

•   1st place age group male* - $50

•   1st place age group female* - $50

•   1st place novice male - $50

•   1st place novice female - $50

•   Middle of the pack male - $90 WIC Gift Card

•   Middle of the pack female - $90 WIC gift card


Please note: to be eligible for KOM award, participant must finish the entire event. Relay teams are not eligible for the KOM awards. There is no double dipping. The overall winner is ineligible to claim the Age Group prize.

Race Preview Clinic: 

June 20, 2015 - 7:30am-10:00am

The Wisconsin Triterium Triathlon pre-race preview will be June 20, 2015. Led by USA Triathlon's 2011 Coach of the Year, Cindi Bannink of Madison Multisport, the preview clinic will begin at the 7:30am and go approximately until 10:00am.  Clinic participants should gather at the parking lot Fireman's Park in Verona, WI.   The clinic will include a detailed look at each part of the swim-bike-run race course, talk about a race day gear check-list as well as cover tips for speedy transitions, pre-race preparation and developing your race-day routine. So, bring your race day gear and great questions!

Wetsuit Use and Water Temperatures:


We often are asked about water temperatures and wetsuit use.  Race Day Events follows the USAT Water Temperature Recommendations (below). We do require wetsuits if the water temperature is below 60 degrees.  These decisions are made based on temperatures taken on the day of the race.



This event will be chip-timed. All athletes will be provided with "ChampionChip" sensors supplied by Sports Management Associates.


Overall awards, 1st, 2nd & 3rd, will be awarded to men and women in both the Short and Olympic distances races.

Age Group awards, 1st, 2nd & 3rd, will be awarded for each age group, men & women, in both the Short and Olympic distance races. Age groups are as follows: 19 & U, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64 and 65 & over. Awards will also be given for top three Novice, Athena, and Clydesdale finishers.

** Awards ceremony will begin at 11:00 am **

Packet Pick-up*:

Early packet pick-up will be available:

  • When: 6/26/2015, 2-6 PM
  • Where: Trek Bicycle Store of Madison, West Location. 8108 Mineral Point Rd., Madison WI 53719

On race morning, packet pick-up will start at 5:45 am at the shelter in Fireman's Park. 

Chips will be handed out on race morning and body marking will take place race morning at the entry to transition.

​*We do not ship race t-shirts or other race swag*

Post Race:

Post race food and fun includes snacks and beverages from our sponsors.  Quaker Steak & Lube will be offering wing samples to participants. 

Rule and Regulations:

  • Wetsuits may be worn
  • Helmets and swim caps are MANDATORY
  • Drafting is NOT permitted. Penalties and disqualifications will be given for drafting
  • You MUST wear your velcro band with a timing chip on your ANKLE throughout the race. NO CHIP = NO TIME
  • All relay athletes will exchange the timing chip in transition
  • All athletes need to mount/dismount the bike at the mount/dismount mat
  • All runners are required to wear a bib number and it MUST face forward at the finish line
  • Racers and Spectators must follow volunteer instructions at all times

Refund and Inclement Weather Policy:

Race Day Events and the WI Tri Series has a strict NO REFUND policy. Refunds will not be issued for any reason, including race cancelation due to inclement weather. The race director reserves the right to cancel or alter the race and its course at any point in time to preserve racer safety.