The Little Hercules Foundation Indoor Triathlon is a 60-minute indoor triathlon to raise awareness and needed funds for research to end Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Today, there is no cure and your vital support is needed to research treatment and find a cure. Please join the Little Hercules Foundation on Sunday, February 23 at Dublin Recreation Center to swim.bike.run to end Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Take part in a 60-minute indoor triathlon! Different than a traditional triathlon, each participant or relay team will have a set amount of time to swim, bike, and run with allotted transitions between activities. Fun and pressure-free, this event is great for both experienced triathletes and those competing in their first triathlon.
- 10-minute swim in a 25 meter lap pool (Depth will be 4 - 10')
- 30-minute bike on an indoor cycle
- 20-minute run on a indoor running track
Divisions will be split by gender. Relay teams will be scored separately. The club-based event at the Dublin Recreation Center offers a safe and simulated environment for athletes of all fitness levels. The event is ideal for athletes who have no experience in triathlon to experienced athletes looking for a fun challenge.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) is a rare, progressive, muscle-wasting disease. Most are diagnosed between 3-5, and lost the ability to walk by age 10-13. This disease is 100% fatal. Today, there is no cure for DMD, but with your help there can be one tomorrow.
To learn more, visit the Little Hercules Foundation website.