The Circle Triathlon was started in 2008 to benefit the Circle Program in Plymouth, New Hampshire. The race itself is a family-friendly “sprint” triathlon, or simply a relatively short race involving a swim, bike, and run portion.
Three separate races are actually run on the same day, each a different length, aimed to encourage people of all ages and abilities to participate. The races are named after local mountains, Mt. Chocorua (longest), Mt. Morgan (intermediate), and Mt. Rattlesnake (shortest).
The smooth operation of the race is made possible by the efforts of countless volunteers, the use of the Riveredge Marina grounds, the Ashland town beach and local roads, with the support of local law enforcement and life safety professionals. The cooperation of volunteers, racers, and spectators makes the Circle Triathlon a fun and safe event that raises needed funds for an invaluable local organization.
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