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SheStrong - Monarch Triathlon

When: October 22, 2022
Where: Kingman, AZ
Race type(s): 56 Miles (0.9 Mile Swim, 47.75 Mile Bike, 6.75 Mile Run)

The Inaugural Monarch Triathlon will take place in Kingman, Arizona on October 22, 2022. The field will be limited to 1,100 participants who will cover a total of 56 miles. Athletes will swim 1 Mile in the Colorado River, ride 48 miles on Historic Highway 68 through Union Pass, and run 7 miles along famous Route 66 with a finish line under the new Arch. All finishers and spectators will be greeted at the finish line with video tributes and images to celebrate their accomplishment.

This point to point race, hosted by SheStrong, will benefit women who have and are battling cancer.

 

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Why Is It Called The Monarch Triathlon?

Monarch butterflies are not only beautiful but represent mystery, symbolism and meaning. The Monarch undergoes a complete metamorphosis representing a spiritual rebirth, transformation, change, hope and life.

The Monarch Triathlon will do the same thing for the athletes that train and compete in the event but it goes beyond that. The Monarch Triathlon represents the rebirth of the women who have battled cancer. It represents the transformation and change that they undergo during their diagnosis and treatment. Finally, the Monarch triathlon brings hope and life to the participants and their loved ones.

The Monarch Triathlon Medal

We have designed the Monarch Medal to come to life and provide a keepsake for each athlete. The spinning design will make the monarch butterfly seem as if it is moving through life and showcasing its beauty for all to see.

The SheStrong ribbon in the middle of the monarch butterfly is removable and can be worn on a necklace, bracelet, or keychain. This reminder can be with each finisher every day as a reminder that they can do the impossible. It’s a reminder to celebrate life the way they celebrated their finish at the Monarch Triathlon.

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What Can I Expect At The Monarch Triathlon?

The Monarch Triathlon will be unlike any other triathlon you’ve participated in or read about. Our finish line will be a celebration of life for the participants and their families.

Athletes will get to record a personal message before the event.. The message can be a tribute to yourself or a loved one you have lost to cancer. Brandy Ramirez, Founder of SheStrong says, “I would make a tribute to myself. I battled stage 3 cancer from 2017-2019. I also lost my mother to cancer in 2021, so I would dedicate my race in her honor.”

The video board will show these messages providing inspiration and motivation for the athletes. This finish line will come to life as each athlete crosses under the arch and all hear why athletes are racing and how important it is to them to be a part of the Monarch Triathlon.

Does The Monarch Triathlon Offer A Relay Division?

The Monarch Triathlon offers a relay division. If you’re new to the sport or prefer to race with friends then we have an option for you. Put together a team of 2 or 3 members to race and don’t forget to come up with a creative team name. For more information on the relay team rules CLICK HERE.

Who Will The Monarch Triathlon Benefit?

The Monarch Triathlon will donate a portion of the proceeds from the race to provide college scholarships to girls who have lost their mother to cancer. Our goal is to make sure that these ladies are able to grow and transform, like the Monarch butterfly, and celebrate their life despite the setbacks and hardships faced when losing a parent.

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Monarch Triathlon Details and Course Maps

The swim will start in the Colorado River in Bullhead City with the finish in Kingman, Arizona Under the Arch on Beale Street.

Start time: 7:30 am

Swim

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Bike

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Run

SheStrong Monarch Triathlon Registration Button Run Tri Bike Magazine

SheStrong Monarch Triathlon Registration Button Run Tri Bike Magazine

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