2021 Spudman Triathlon

All I want for 2021 is Spudman XXXV! 2020 has been a helluva year and we're ready for 2021. If you're not already back in the saddle, it's time. It's time for your training begin. It's time to register for Spudman 2021! We are excited to announce our 35th Anniversary race! Spudman XXXV will be on July 31st, 2021. Registration opens at high noon on New Year's Day. As per usual, there are no refunds for any reason ... unless there's a world wide pandemic 😉 The race is capped at 2,000 for the Olympic distance and 300 for the Sprint distance. Rumor has it we'll be rocking' the old Spudman logo aka Mr./Mrs. Spudmanhead! 😊

We look forward to seeing ya'all for Spudman XXXV on July 31st, 2021!

Registration is now full for 2021

Spudman 2021 Triathlon countdown


This year we are offering the opportunity for athletes and their families to participate in a service project on Friday before the race. We are partnering with the Magic Valley Humanitarian Center based here in Southern Idaho. Through the Center, participants will be able to make homeless mats and hygiene kits that will go to serve those in need in the area.

We invite you to donate to the Center during registration to help them purchase supplies for the hygiene kits. The more donations we receive, the more kits we can create. It costs us about $10 per kit. Details on the kits and the homeless mats can be viewed at mvhumanitarian.org

Last Saturday in July
in Burley, Idaho


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1.5K Swim

The swim is current aided. Water temperature averages 68-71 degrees. The swim begins at Riverfront Park by the Burley boat docks and ends at Scholar Park by the Burley/Heyburn bridge.

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40K Bike

The bike course is fairly flat loop with just a few rollers. Race elevation is 4250'. Air temperature averages 51-84 degrees.

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10K Run

The 10k loop begins with a short steep hill and then levels to a mostly flat course. The run is on country roads and canal banks. The course is 70% asphalt, 30% gravel.

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