Brambleton Kids Triathlon

3rd Annual Brambleton Kids Triathlon

The Brambleton Community Association is excited for the 3rd Annual Kids Triathlon, scheduled for Saturday, August 30, 2014. The event will be held at the Brambleton Corner Clubhouse & Pool.   

Our goal is to ensure a safe, high quality experience for athletes and their families; to donate proceeds to a charitable youth organization; and to encourage a fit and healthy lifestyle for youth in and around Brambleton.
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Tri Clinic

Come see our new facility and NEW location of the Brambleton Kid’s Tri! Join us Wednesday, August 20, from 6:00 – 7:00pm at the Brambleton Corner Club House and Pool (42255 Palladian Blue Terr, Brambleton, VA  20148). 

This information clinic will help youth create an environment for race-day success. The clinic is fun and interactive and includes topics such as:

  1. How to set up a transition area
  2. How to transition quickly between sports
  3. What to pack for race day
  4. Safety for race day
  5. Nutrition suggestions for the night before and morning of the race

Participants will need to bring the following items to the clinic: swim cap, goggles, small towel, bike helmet and running shoes. A bike is NOT needed. To register for this free, please email

2014 Race Information

Date & Location

  • Saturday, August 30, 2014
  • Brambleton Corner Clubhouse & Pool
    42255 Palladian Blue Terrace
    Brambleton, VA  20148

Age Group
Swim Bike Run
5 - 8
50 m
1.08 .66
9 - 11
100 m
1.19 1.07
12 - 15
150 m
2.38 1.82

Age classification is based on your age as of December 31, 2014.


Early Registration, July 1 – July 31

  • $35 resident
  • $45 non-resident
Late Registration, August 1 – August 22

  • $40 resident
  • $50  non-resident
Packet Pick-Up

  • Friday, August 29, from 3:00 - 6:00 PM
  • Brambleton Corner Clubhouse & Pool
Event Contacts

Christine Elansary, Brambleton Kids Triathlon Event Director
Lesley Green, Race Director, m.b. LoGistics, llc.

Proceeds to Directly Benefit the Special Olympics of Loudoun
Proceeds from the Brambleton Kids Triathlon will directly benefit the Special Olympics program in Loudoun County. The Special Olympics program has grown greatly over the past four years and relies on fundraising activities throughout the year to support programs such as golfing, basketball, tennis, volleyball, swimming, bowling, softball, and more. We hope to help as many athletes as we can!
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Event Timing

The event will be timed by Amazing Race Timing.
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