September 6, 2015 - 7am

SISD Aquatic Center/Student Activities Complex

400 yard swim – 12 mile bike – 5K run

Eagle in the Sun Triathlon begins with a 400-yard swim in the Socorro ISD Aquatic Center. Participants then ride on a mostly flat 12-mile bike loop and run 5K run through the nearby neighborhood. The race ends in the Socorro ISD stadium, where athletes enjoy a victory lap around the football field before crossing the finish line.

El Paso's premier multisport event, Eagle in the Sun Triathlon has introduced thousands to their first triathlon. Now entering its 6th year, the race is a favorite for new and experienced athletes alike and welcomes relay teams in addition to individual competitors.



Entry fee includes moisture-wicking race shirt, athlete bag, water bottle, swim cap, post-race snacks and drinks, an interactive race day Expo, chip timing, and more!

Eagle in the Sun Triathlon benefits benefits scholarships for El Paso area students.

$65 before June 30
$70 July 1–July 31
$75 August 1–September 2

2-person Relay
$90 before June 30
$100 July 1-July 31

$110 August 1–September 2

3-person Relay
$120 before June 30
$135 July 1-July 31

$150 August 1-September 2

Registration closes on September 2 at 5pm! No race day registration.



Eagle in the Sun Triathlon is USAT-sanctioned; USAT rules apply.
All athletes must be members of USA Triathlon to compete. If you do not have an annual membership, you may purchase a one-day pass for $12 during registration. 



Athletes must be 12 years old or older to compete in the individual category. Children under 12 may participate as swimmers or runners on relay teams, but they may NOT participate in the cycling portion of the triathlon.



To ensure that athletes have a great race and are correctly seeded for the swim, Eagle in the Sun Triathlon participants are required to update their swim times in mid-August. Registered athletes will receive instructions by email. 

Athletes who do not update their swim times will be placed in the second wave following the first wave of all athletes with updated times. 



Every athlete must pick up his or her own race packet. On-site packet pick-up will require photo proof of identity (driver’s license, passport, etc).

Details TBA



Sunday, September 6
5:30am – Transition Area Opens
6:45am – Opening Ceremony & Mandatory Athlete Meeting
7:00am – RACE BEGINS

No race day registration or packet pick-up.



Awards go to the Top Male Overall and Top Female Overall. First through third place will be awarded to males and females in each of the following categories: 15 & under, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+. First through third place will also be awarded to Clydesdales (Males 220+ lbs) Under 40, Clydesdales 40+, Athenas (Females 165+ lbs) Under 40, Athenas 40+, and Relay.



Chip Timing by DoMore Race Services.

2010 Results
2011 Results
2012 Results
2013 Results
2014 Results



Please enter the facility at Joe Battle Blvd. and Bob Hope; the Southview entrance will be closed. Upon arrival, you will be directed around the back of the stadium to athlete parking. Athletes are encouraged to plan ahead, arrive early, and bring family members/spectators in their cars. Click here for a parking map.

For additional information on carpooling and how to race green, check out these suggestions



Road bike rentals are available on a first-come, first-served basis at three Crazy Cat Cyclery locations (Airport - 915.772.9666, Kern - 915.532.9666, Redd Rock - 915.585.9666), The Bicycle Company (915.544.2453), and Atom Cyclist (915.225.0011). Reserve early!



All entry fees are non-refundable, non-deferrable, and non-transferable. No exceptions.



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Eagle in the Sun Triathlon 2015 Sponsors

To learn more about sponsoring a Race El Paso event or having a booth at the race day Expo, click here.

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