Greater Nashua Sprint Triathlon

 

Welcome to the sixth annual Greater Nashua Sprint Triathlon (formerly known as the Greater Nashua Y Tri) presented by the YMCA of Greater Nashua and The Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise. Whether you’re a first time triathlete or a veteran you will enjoy our clean lake, rolling hills, smooth run, as well as our hospitality and convenient race venue. You will also be racing to help good causes.

Please consider making an additional donation to our children's charities benefitting from the triathlon Click here to donate online.

Many athletes will have their friends and families at the race cheering them on. This support is an important part of the race. We will have activities for the kids and food vendors at the race for your “support crew”. Come join in the fun!

 

 

This triathlon benefits the following children's charities:

   

 

 

Protecting child victims of crime, one voice at a time

The Child Advocacy Center of Hillsborough County (CAC-HC) is a non-profit organization that coordinates child abuse investigations with local law enforcement and the Division of Children Youth and Families. It is a program of the Granite State Children's Alliance, the statewide chapter organization of child advocacy centers. The CAC-HC helps to break the cycle of abuse by improving prosecution rates of abusers and putting victims on a path to healing. In addition, CAC-HC provides support to the non-offending parent(s) and empowers them to protect and support their children.

www.cac-nh.org


YMCA of Greater Nashua Annual Campaign

This annual support campaign allows the YMCA of Greater Nashua to offer children, adults and families in-need the chance to make positive and healthy choices in their lives.The Annual Campaign allows children, men and women of all ages to experience the YMCA even though they may be unable to pay. The YMCA of Greater Nashua has provided 5,000+ children, adults and families with more than $1,000,000 in financial assistance scholarships over the past three years.

Greater Nashua YMCA Annual Campaign