Join the fun and excitement of expanding your triathlon adventures by entering this series next year. Each triathlon is unique in its own way and offers many challenges to the triathlete. Competition and diversity of these events make this series different and challenging! For details on each triathlon, please visit each website listed below. Open to all triathletes.
ENTRY: On line registration opens October 1, 2016! There is a nominal $10 fee per person to enter. On each individual triathlon website that you enter you should check the box “Yes, I signed up to participate in the “N.O.W. Tri-Master Series event!” This box should be checked on each triathlon website that you are entering to be sure your results are captured; however, you must actually enter the N.O.W. on the active.com website. You may enter as many triathlons that you want and it is only the one time $10.00 fee. The more events you complete, the more points you accumulate towards the N.O.W. Tri-Master award.
- Online Registration opens October 1, 2016 on Active.com and closes on September 1, 2017.
- Mail in registration is also available, download and mail NOW 2017 Entry Form PDF.
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AWARDS: Any participant who completes at least 3 triathlons will qualify for the N.O.W Tri-Master Medal. The top award plaques/trophies will be presented to the Top Male and Top Female. It will be based on a point system. Points are based on your participation and overall standing in each event. (Please note: The Olympic distance in the See Me Tri gives an extra 50 points added to you placement total in the overall standings for that race because of the distance involved verses the Sprint race.) The more events you enter the better your chances. Enter all 4 triathlons to compete to be the “best of the best”!
AWARD CEREMONY: All N.O.W. Tri-Master awards will be presented following the Wolfman Triathlon award ceremony in Langlade County on September 9, 2017. Located at the Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort, 4 miles South on HWY 55. Awards will begin around 3:00 PM. Participation medals can be picked up at this ceremony also.
2016 FINAL RESULTS posted 09/10/2016
Date: May 20, 2017
Registration Opens: October 1, 2016
Location: Boulder Junction, WI
Your 2017 triathlon adventure begins in Boulder Junction at our 3rd annual event! Limit 400. Paddle (canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard) the Boulder Lake 3K course from the Boulder Lake landing to the historic Camp Manito-wish YMCA, bike the 22 K scenic roads around Boulder Junction and run the 6K course on rustic roads and trails in beautiful Boulder Junction ending at the new Boulder Junction Community Center.
Participation medals, tech shirts, lunch, beverages, refreshments at the Celebration Party. Make it a weekend to remember! Orientation on Friday, the WDT triathlon and Celebration Party with cookout lunch on Sat; explore the beauty of the area with fun rides on Sunday anywhere along the over 45 miles of bike trails which run through Boulder Junction, enjoy the area lakes and downtown shopping/dining.
Registration opens October 1, 2016 and runs through May 19, 2017. Individuals – 2 person Teams – 3 person Relay Teams are welcome. Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org; 1-800-GO-MUSKY OR 1-715-385-2400
Date: August 12, 2017
Registration Opens: January 1, 2017
Location: Clear Lake, Woodruff
Both Sprint and Olympic events are offered. Swim at the Clear Lake location bike along the bike lane on Hwy J & on to Hwy E through wooded back roads which rolls along Gilmore Lake & the Rainbow Flowage, and run on a wilderness trail in the historic and scenic Raven Hiking trail system, then along Woodruff Rd to the finish.
Sprint: 500m swim; bike 20 km (12.4 mi); run 5km (3.1 mi)
Olympic: 1500m (.93 mi) swim; bike 40km (24.8 mi); run 10km (6.2 mi)
Date: August 26, 2017
Registration Opens: October 1, 2016
Location: Holiday Acres, Rhinelander
Staged along Lake Thompson on the beautiful property of Holiday Acres Resort and adjacent properties, the 300yrd swim (or 1/2 mile kayak), 10k bike (off road) and 5k run courses will challenge athletes among the woods & waters of the scenic Northwoods. Proceeds to benefit W.I.L.D (Wise Intentional Leadership Development) to further Youth leadership skills internationally and locally.
Date: September 9, 2017
Registration Opens: February 6, 2017
Location: Wolf River in Langlade County
This is a point-to-point race on the Wolf River in Langlade County. The three legs include a 3-mile downriver whitewater race on the challenging Wolf River, a 13-mile off-road bike race along beautiful trails, and a 3.5-mile rugged trail run. Limit 350.