What colleges have women’s triathlon?
Here’s a list of the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon Programs:
- NCAA Division I (9) Arizona State University (Tempe, Ariz.) Delaware State University (Dover, Del.)
- NCAA Division II (15) American International College (Springfield, Mass.)
- NCAA Division III (13) Alvernia University (Reading, Pa.)
Are there college triathlon teams?
Triathlon is becoming more and more popular in the U.S. It’s an NCAA Emerging Sport for Women and there is a plethora of colleges with triathlon club teams to join all around the country, making it easy to continue—or even start—your post-high school triathlon career.
What is a college triathlon?
The college (or collegiate) triathlon distance is the Olympic standard triathlon distance. The format is a continuous multisport race made up of three events held sequentially – a swim, followed by a bike ride, followed by a run.
Can you get a triathlon scholarship?
Are there scholarships available in triathlon? Yes! On the women’s side teams in both NCAA divison 1 and division 2 have 4.5 scholarships available to distribute among its athletes and a lot of teams have these funds available.
Is men’s triathlon an NCAA sport?
No aid for men’s triathlon Despite growing popularity among men, there is very little chance that men’s triathlon becomes an official NCAA sport. Football, with its 85 scholarships, makes it nearly impossible under Title IX for other men’s sports to receive financial aid and official status.
What distance is a triathlon?
On average, you will swim 1/2 mile (750 meters), bike for 12.4 miles (20K), and run for 3.1 miles (5K). Depending on your fitness level, course conditions, and the weather on race day, you can expect to complete these three legs in about 1.5 hours.