beach front transition area, challenging and scenic race courses, and
crowds of spectators have made this race a New England favorite for many
years. Plus the Appleman Triathlon is managed by F.I.R.M., the largest
race production company in the Northeast.
Saturday, July 15 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Town Beach. Don't
miss the Saturday evening dinner by the beach with live music, yummy
food and the Appleman himself--its almost as much fun as the race. Sunday, July 16 from 6:15 AM to 7:45 AM at the race venue, Littleton Town Beach
The Nashoba Road construction has been completed so we’re back to the original AppleMan one loop bike course with some beautifully paved roads for you to enjoy.
The run is one of the most interesting run routes of any sprint triathlon with an off road section that keeps you focused and gives you great material for your post race stories. The run finishes along the beach with cheering spectators fueling the athletes along the final stretch. Then it's under the giant F.I.R.M. finish arch and on to the post race festivities.
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to race, but stay for the festivities. Your triathlon experience
includes a DJ playing great music, yummy post race treats, and sponsor
giveaways. This is a family-friendly race venue with a playground on the
USA Triathlon age group divisions in five year increments are employed
for this event, for example: 30 to 34 years, 35 to 39 years, etc. Age
group is determined by age as of December 31, 2017. There is a
Clydesdale category for men who weigh 220+ pounds and an Athena category
for women who weight 165+ pounds. Also there is a relay category for
two person teams.
Awards are given to the top three finishers in each age group, and in the Clydesdale and Athena divisions, and to all three members of the top male relay team, top female relay team, and mixed relay team. And a random award or two may be given out at the race director's discretion.
The Littleton Rotary Club raises funds to support the Littleton High School scholarship fund, Loaves and Fishes, The Children's Hands-On Art Museum, Indian Hill Arts, SADD and other local civic and charitable organizations. The Rotary Club also contributes towards Rotary International's efforts to eradicate Polio throughout the world. Over the years the Rotary Club of Littleton has contributed over $200,000 to these community and international projects.
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