What was the Kiwanis Kids Triathlon Series?

For nearly 20 years, the Kiwanis Kids Triathlon Series allowed young athletes to experience the fun and excitement of triathlon - an Olympic-type competition featuring swimming, cycling, and running. These races not only boosted self-esteem and confidence of the young athletes, they also gave families a positive, healthy activity to share. Races were typically held in Kingwood, Pearland, The Woodlands, Cy-Fair, Houston, and Katy. USA Triathlon sanctioned each race in the series.

Race Distance Details

Boys/Girls, aged 7-9 years old, swam 50M, biked 1 mile, and ran ¼ mile.  Boys/Girls, aged 10-12 years old, swam 100M, biked 2 miles, and ran ½ mile.

Chip Timing!
For the past few years of the triathlon, chip timing was provided by Run Houston Timing.

What did Participants Receive?
Every athlete received a finisher’s medal, t-shirt and other items.  Trophies were given to the top three boys and top three girls in each age group.  Presentation of ALL trophies was held at the end of the event.

What were the entry fees for the last race in 2014?
Pre-registration in was $25. Race day registration was $30. Athletes could pre-register online; however, registration was limited and some races sold out before race day. 

Joining USA Triathlon
All participants had to join USA Triathlon to race in the Kiwanis Kids Triathlon series. Participants had the option of joining on race day, but pre-registration was strongly encouraged. The best option was to join USA Triathlon FIRST and then register online for the race. In 2014, annual memberships for youth were just $15. 

From 2013-2014, Houston Sunrise and the Greater North Houston Kiwanis Clubs sponsored Race #2 of the Kiwanis Kids Triathlon Series at Stude Park.

2014 Race Logo: