New England Endurance Events 2017-11-20T20:19:19+00:00
The Hyannis Triathlon is one of the oldest triathlons in the country.

Races for athletes.

Organized by athletes.

New England Endurance Events is a race organization staffed by triathletes, cyclists and runners who know what a great race looks and feels like. We believe any running race, triathlon or duathlon should be challenging, scenic, organized — and fun!

Our triathlons, duathlon and running races provide great experiences and festive atmospheres — while paying attention to the important details that paying athletes expect.

Our race director is USAT-certified, and local charities benefit from each and every event.

Just try one of our Cape Cod races this year!

The Hyannis Triathlon is a USAT Sanctioned event.


Sprint Triathlon
June 2, 2018

A casual but challenging course on the outskirts
of an iconic Cape Cod fishing village.


“Just wanted to say a quick thank you! We had a great time and will do it again next year!”

-P. McCarthy


Hyannis Triathlon 1
June 16, 2018

Named one of the 20 Best Triathlons in America.
New this year: both a Sprint and an Olympic!


“Spent the morning at Craigville Beach attending our first Hyannis Triathlon. Great beach, perfect weather – kudos to all of the athletes. Great time…”

-D. Perry


Falmouth Triathlon
July 15, 2018

A highlight of summer — along one of the world’s
most beautiful shorelines.


“What an inspiring group of people…young and old(er), trim and not-so-trim, family relay teams, a blind athlete with her race helper, fierce competitors and those just planning to finish strong!”

-S. Clay


Sea to Summit
July 28, 2018

From the coast of Maine to the summit of Mt. Washington.
One of the toughest one-day events in the world.


“Sea to Summit is by far my favorite triathlon experience. Unique, challenging and beautiful. It has set the standard by which I judge all other long-distance races.”

Tom H. 


Hyannis Triathlon 2
September 8, 2018

The perfect end to a wonderful triathlon summer.
Now featuring both Sprint and Olympic events.


“The race was not overcrowded…started on time…efficient and well run.”

-Kelly B.


Gut Check Triathlon
October 13, 2018

The ultimate test after a season of
dedicated training and racing.


“I don’t normally write to race directors after a race…this was well organized with super helpful volunteers and the courses were well marked for the many turns on the bike and the run in the woods. I’ve done many races…I had a lot of fun with this one.”

-T. Bennett

The New England Endurance Blog

The latest news and views from New England’s triathlon/running scene.

Hyannis Sprint named High School State Championships.

America’s governing body for the sport of triathlon, USA Triathlon, has named September’s Hyannis Sprint Triathlon as the Massachusetts High School Championships. Students enrolled in a Massachusetts high school or preparatory school, grades 9-12, on the

Planning for a solid open-water swim.

By Pam Rogers From the seasoned iron-distance athlete to the aquatic newbie, pretty much everyone has experienced the trepidation — and adrenalin surge — that arises from the very thought of diving into the fray of

The best Hyannis ever?

Lots of special touches to this year’s race.   Saturday, June 17 will be the 37th running of the Hyannis Sprint Triathlon — the oldest triathlon in the East — and our athletes have plenty to

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