TriColumbia’s positioning statement is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping other non-profits and charitable organizations raise donations and service their communities, by providing superior multi-sport events which encourage health and wellness in all aspects of life.
Consistently acclaimed as the leader in endurance event production in the Mid-Atlantic region, our events are executed at the highest possible levels of challenge, safety and integrity. Experience matters, and for nearly 30 years our focus has always been you, the athlete. Whether a first-timer or an experienced professional, our goal is the same; to provide unequaled and well-supported race logistics, leaving you with unforgettable race experiences.
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Iron Girl Columbia Half Marathon & Coed 5K
Choptank Bridge Swim
Ironman 70.3 EagleMan Triathlon
EagleMan Aquabike (2013 USATMA Aquabike Championship)
Celebrating Heroes Triathlon
TriColumbia Kidz Triathlon
Iron Girl Columbia
ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival
ChesapeakeMan Ultra Distance Triathlon (2012 USATMA Ultra Championship)
Skipjack 75.2 Triathlon
The Bugeye Classic
Video courtesy: Geoffrey S. Baker - Oellaworks Photography
I have participated in multiple distance triathlons all over the country for many years, and I can say without any hesitation, that TriColumbia events set the “gold standard.” Every detail including pre-race communication, packet pick-up, event primes and race day logistics is handled expertly. The staff and volunteers are the best, taking great care of athletes from start to finish!
~ Anne J., Age Group Athlete
I love participating in TriColumbia events. The races are executed perfectly, the courses are some of the most beautiful and challenging I have seen, and best of all, I love the fact that they are a non-profit, working to make our community better for people in need. TriColumbia really makes a difference. When setting up my race calendar, I always choose TriColumbia first!
~ Peter, Age Group Athlete
I was amazed at how thorough your event planning and performance was.
~ Dan P.