XTERRA Tri2Unify Gathers The Tribe for Good Cause

May. 1, 2015

Returning for its second race is XTERRA Tri2Unify in Yuma, Arizona is taking place this weekend on May, 3. The Tri2Unify race is unique where 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Yuma Special Olympic Athletes.

There will also be three different variations to the races for contestants to choose from. They are categorized as the Unify Course, Sprint Course and Olympic Course. Each with increasing total distances for each leg of the competition.

The Unify Course will begin with a 1.28 kilometer swim, transition into a 28 mile bike and finish with a 6.2 run. The race starts at Squaw Lake in California and ends in the Historic Quarter Master Depot in Arizona.

Points are awarded to the top fifteen finishers in each Age Group at each XTERRA American Tour race. The athlete with the most points by gender, age group, and by XTERRA Region of Residence will earn the title of XTERRA Regional Champion and is named as 2015 Regional Champion. Regional champions and point scorers from each region are invited to compete against each other in the XTERRA USA Championship Race in Ogden, Utah.

For more details visit http://tri2unify.com/

Upcoming West Region Races:

May, 16 XTERRA Renegade San Dimas, California

May, 31 XTERRA Laguna Beach Laguna Beach, California

May, 31 XTERRA Deuces Wild Show Low, Arizona

June, 27 XTERRA Tahoe City Tahoma, California

July, 4 XTERRA Freedom Fest Kaneohe, Hawaii

August, 15 XTERRA Lake Tahoe Incline Village, Nevada