Hammerman Area of Gunpowder State Park 7200 Graces Quarters Road Chase, MD 21027 Official Website
- Saturday, October 2, 2021 – Women’s Individual & Relay
- Sunday, October 3, 2021 – Men’s Individual, Relay, & Coed Relay
The 2021 Baltimore Triathlon will feature only Sprint distance races. Course descriptions, maps, and cue sheets are available on the “Course” tab.
Two and three-person relay teams are welcomed. Female relay teams will compete on Saturday, October 2nd, and male and coed relay teams will compete on Sunday, October 3rd.
Sprint races will begin at 8:00 AM on both Saturday and Sunday. We will use a “time trial” start where athletes will begin on land in small groups and run over a timing mat to enter the water. Exact starting procedures and additional information is available in the athlete guide sent out one week prior to the race. All times are subject to change in accordance with police and park oversight.
In addition to finisher medals, awards will be given out to athletes that place overall and in their age groups. There is no double-dipping.
- Top 3 Males and Females Overall
- Top 3 Males and Females in the following age groups:
- 19 & Under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, and 70+
Sprint Relays (2 & 3 Person Relays Combined)
- Top male relay team
- Top female relay team
- Top co-ed relay team
Parking for the Baltimore Triathlon is available within the park in designated areas. Attendants will be present to direct traffic the morning of the race.
Timing & Results
Timing & Results
Official chip timing will be handled by Charm City Run Events. Participants will receive accurate times for each segment of the race, including transitions, as well as ranking based on each segment.
The Baltimore Triathlon is a USA Triathlon Sanctioned event, and adheres to all USAT rules and procedures. A complete listing of USAT rules can be found on the USA Triathlon Website.
In the event of inclement weather or other unavoidable circumstances, The Baltimore Triathlon reserves the right to modify or cancel any portion of the race that is deemed unsafe for participants.
To ensure participant safety and minimize impact on the surrounding communities, the Baltimore Triathlon has established course cutoffs for the races in coordination with the Baltimore County Police Department. All cyclists MUST be off of the road by 10:00 AM. This gives sprint participants approximately 2 hours to complete the 750m swim, transition 1, and the 13.8 mile bike course (based on an 8:00 AM wave start).
Race officials reserve the right to pull any participant from the course who is not making satisfactory progress on the course, or is considered a danger to themselves or others.