Posted: Jul 28, 2013 2:44 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
Updated: Jul 28, 2013 6:52 PM
Triathletes put their skills to the test Sunday at the 34th Annual SLO Triathlon.
The triathlon kicked off Sunday morning at Sinsheimer Park.
Organizers say over 1100 athletes competed in swimming, biking, and running races. They went on a half mile swim, 15 mile bike ride, and 3.1 mile run.
"We get a lot of people that never have done a triathlon before, so they're really just competing with themselves, trying to finish. Everybody gets a medal. We don't award winners or anything, so in our book, everybody's a winner," said Richard Ogden, the race director.
If you're interested in participating in next year's triathlon, click here. You have to be 15 or older to participate.
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