Sunday, June 4th, 2017 at 8:00am
Athletes and volunteers, it is with regret that we inform you that this years Breezy Point Triathlon has been cancelled.
The current security climate at the Norfolk Naval Station demands the highest level of diligence and would require that we provide the command with assurances we cannot safely or logistically comply with. We are grateful to the Commanding Officer and his security team for all their patience, grace and the opportunity to consider this years race on the base. We are grateful to you our athletes, sponsors, vendors and volunteers for continuing to support the Breezy Point Triathlon.
I wish it were a different story, I wish we were racing. Greg Hawkins with VTSMTS series of races has graciously offered all registered athletes pre-registration pricing on 4 of their upcoming events. SO…. No excuses. Get your race on!
Use the code BP17 to get $20 off any of these races:
Rock Hall Triathlon: June 4th, 2017 Rock Hall Maryland Rock Hall Registration
Jamestown Triathlon Weekend: June 11th, 2017, Williamsburg, VA Jamestown Registration
St Mary's Triathlon: June 17, 2017, St. Mary's City, MD St. Mary's Registration
Tidewater Sprint: July 15th, 2017 Buckroe Beach, Hampton, VA Tidewater Registration
Thank you Greg, Thank you sponsors and volunteers and thank YOU for your patience and understanding.
Full refunds to your credit cards will be processed by Raceit in the next two weeks.
Tom Randolph, VP
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Norfolk, VA --After a year hiatus, the only triathlon in the Hampton Roads area is back! The 24th Breezy Point Triathlon is scheduled for Sunday, May 31 at Naval Station Norfolk.
The event is known for being one of the safest triathlon venues in Hampton Roads. It is held entirely within the confines of Naval Station Norfolk which has minimal traffic on a Sunday morning. “The RACE on the BASE” is very popular among new and first time triathletes. The manageable distances include a 750 meter swim, a 20k (12.4 mi) bike and a 5k run. The race culminates in a post-race party and awards banquet for all.
The race is put on by the Tidewater Striders, the largest running and multisport club in the area. The Striders donate a generous portion of the proceeds to a charity on the Naval Station.
Jim Golden, Breezy Point Triathlon
For more information contact the race director at RD@Breezypointtri.com