May 1-3 event offers unique challenge, camaraderie and tradition … plus one of the toughest and most beautiful courses in triathlon


Photo courtesy Wildflower Triathlon.

The Wildflower Triathlon, running May 1-3, 2015 at Lake San Antonio, is known all over the world for its festival-like atmosphere, challenging courses and some of the happiest volunteers on earth.

Some of the greatest triathletes in the world have participated in the Wildflower. For many athletes, this event is on their bucket list of places to compete, for others it’s a yearly celebration of their commitment to a healthy lifestyle and for yet others it is a place for family and friends to get together for fellowship.

No matter how you look at it Wildflower is a “can’t miss” event. Options include the Long Course Triathlon (1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run), the Mountain Bike Triathlon (.25-mile swim, 9.7-mile mountain bike, and 2-mile run), the Olympic Distance Triathlon (1.5k-swim, 40k-bike, 10k-run), or the Wildflower Squared (Long and Olympic).

In addition to the race events, the Wildflower includes camping, live music, expo areas, lake swimming and fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, and kayaking, paddleboarding and boating (rentals available).







Check out more stellar upcoming events on our Spring / Summer Event Profiles page and mark your calendar for some great fun!