The goal of the High School program is to introduce the sport of triathlon in a way that encourages lifetime participation and health with an opportunity to pursue a high performance racing if the athlete desires.

High School practices are built around the school year and other school related teams athletes may participate in. For example, in the fall practices are modified for those athletes participating in High School cross country.  The practices are ideal for the cross training that high school athletes need.

All practices are aligned to individual skills of the group, emphasis is on safety and encouraging athletes to reach their goals whether that is cross training or competing at the National Championships. Practices are usually held Kailua District Park and/or Kualaka’i.

High School triathlons range in length from super sprint (375 meter swim, 10 kilometer bike, 2.5 kilometer run) to sprint distance (750 m swim, 20k bike, 5k run).  Elite draft legal and national championship races are super sprint distances.

High School Beginner Training

This registration is for first time athletes only and Sunday practices only.  It is designed to teach the basics of triathlon to first time participants.  

High School Returning Training (Sundays Only) 

This registration is for athletes that have completed beginner training and looking to continue participating in triathlon with training once a week.

High School Returning Training (Multiple Days/Training Peaks)

This registration is for the more experienced athlete looking to move to the next level of triathlon.  It includes practices on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday as well as training peaks workouts for each week.

Questions: Contact Coach Ben Williams; or 808-333-1151

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