2013 race results are available on the Results page.
Race photos are provided by Ken Weaver, M.D., a Lexington ophthalmologist and graduate of the UK College of Medicine and its Ophthalmology residency program.
Click here to view the pictures and purchase prints from PhotoShelter. When prompted, use the case sensitive password: triforsight
All proceeds from sales will benefit the UK Eye Research Fund and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through Team in Training.
The 2014 Susan Bradley-Cox Tri for Sight will be hosted by The Club at Spindletop Hall and will feature a 400 meter swim in a heated, outdoor pool with a time trial start on 15 second intervals. The Spindletop venue offers a 13 mile bike course on low-traffic roads in the beautiful horse country located just east of the Kentucky Horse Park. The 3.1 mile run is a relatively flat, closed course run on gravel and paved roads located entirely on the grounds around Spindletop. We are offering cash prizes to the overall winners, male and female, in both the triathlon and duathlon. You want more? Okay, how about technical t-shirts, awesome food after the event, great finisher gifts, lots of door prizes, age group awards, music and more! And the biggest bonus is participants and their families are invited to stay after the event and enjoy Spindletop’s facility for the day! Thanks Spindletop!
Alan Siebenthaler, Race Director
Susan Bradley Cox, Inspiration and Swim Coordinator
George Van Meter and Martin Bess, Run Coordinators
Bryan Earnest, Registration Coordinator / Administrator
Treacy Regan, Volunteer Coordinator / Awards
David Kuendig, Transition Coordinator
James Almgren, Bike Coordinator
Shar Golding, Food Coordinator
Mark Rucker, Finish Line Coordinator
…and a very large crew of amazing volunteers