Run, Bike and Swim to Help Raise Funds For the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation

The seventh annual Junior Triathlon will be held on Sept. 22 to benefit the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation.


The below content was submitted by Ginny Poleman, president of the Mamaroneck Schools Foundation.

Join us for the seventh annual Mamaroneck Schools Foundation (MSF) Junior Triathlon to benefit the , Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 a.m. (check-in 6:30 a.m.)

The mission of the Foundation is to enhance the quality of public education in Larchmont and Mamaroneck through the support and energies of our community to raise funds for the awarding of grants. The Mamaroneck Schools Foundation help fund innovative programs beyond the scope of the regular school budget in every public schools in the the Larchmont/Mamaroneck district: , , , , and the . 

Thanks to the generosity of its supporters in the community, the MSF has granted over $2.6 million to such programs benefiting every child in the Larchmont and Mamaroneck Public Schools. 

Event Distances
2nd through 8th graders are eligible to participate in the race, however, they will be broken down by age group. 

Age Group   Swim        Bike           Run     

8 and under   25 yards     1.1 Miles   1.05 mile       

9-10              75 yards     2 miles     1.05 mile

11-12           125 yards     2 miles     2.1 miles

13 and over   175 yards     2 miles     2.5 miles 

Participants must be able to complete event unassisted.

All participants must have a completed waiver in order to compete. 
All pre-registered participants must sign in at Hommocks on Friday, Sept. 21 between 5:30-7:30 p.m.  On receipt of a completed waiver, pre-registered participants will receive their race number, T-shirt and other important information when they sign in. Bikes must be dropped off on Friday evening and will be stored in a locked, fenced area overnight. 

Unfortunately no waiver no participation.  

Please click here for more information and to obtain a waiver. 


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