Triathlon, an endurance-based sport, consists of a three-sport athletic competition involving swimming, cycling, and running. Athletes will train in all three disciplines developing increased physical fitness and cardiovascular benefits.
Triathlon is a fall sport where athletes train and compete from March through September.
Article 1 provides general principles established by the Special Olympics Official General Rules that are not found in sport-specific rules. When there is conflict between a sport’s official rules and the general rules, the general rules in Article 1 will be followed.
We don’t have any upcoming events at this time, but please check back and join us at one of our events in the future.
Special Olympics New Jersey strives to provide additional sport training to our athletes so that they are at their best when it comes time for training and competition
Coaches are encouraged to use the resources below to be as prepared as possible for triathlon training and competition.
- Coaching Guide
- Coaching Special Olympics Athletes Quiz
- Special Olympics International Triathlon Resource Center
If you have any questions on coaching, visit our coach section for information.
Traditional and Unified relays will not be eligible for Special Olympics New Jersey medal. However, they are still available as events through the One More Tri website.