The Herbalife Triathlon is proud to announce our goal of getting KIDS in the GAME! This season, participate with purpose. Together we can reach and surpass the goal of getting +300 local, underserved kids into activities at various youth sports organizations in the Torrance-South Bay area. The Herbalife Triathlon welcomes your participation in this quality of life, social initiative. A donation of $30 will fund a session of activity for an at-risk, underprivileged kid! Find out more about KIDS in the GAME.
Read the KIDS in the GAME launch press release.
The new 21st century Herbalife Triathlon course is designed in a small footprint, spectator-friendly, looping International Triathlon Union (ITU)-style format. The course for the Sept. 21 race is located entirely in the City of Torrance, which is ideal for this type of course. The start and finish will be on Torrance Beach with the bike and run segments on city and residential streets, and in Miramar Park and the beachfront path.
A course overview is scheduled for Sunday, September 7 at Miramar Park at Torrance Beach. Check out the "Course" page for details.
Did You Know ...
Torrance Beach is a local historic site and was part of what was once known as the Hollywood Riviera Beach Club from 1931 to 1958.
- The course is similar to what is being used in ITU World Cup races
- Competition distances will include Olympic, Sprint and Super Sprint, relays, two youth courses and a 5K running race
- The bike course is non-drafting
- For the first year of the new course the participant field will be limited to 1,500.
The City of Torrance and Pacific Sports are looking to the future and the possibility of an ITU World Cup event, which has never been held in the Los Angeles area. “We have had a preliminary discussion with the ITU about a potential event here,” said Jack Caress, president of Pacific Sports. “The change from the old style point-to-point course to a closed loop course is part of our preparation to elevate talks about hosting an ITU event in Torrance.”
2014 Course Footprint
The 2014 course footprint will allow for a great race and a great spectator opportunity. You'll also be finishing the race on the race with the last sprint to the finish line on the hard-packed sand at the water's edge on Torrance Beach.
2013 Results and Photos
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LOS ANGELES - June 24, 2014 - Herbalife and Pacific Sports today unveiled the new 21st century Herbalife Triathlon course that is designed in a small footprint, looping International Triathlon Union (ITU)-style format. The course for the Sept. 21 race will be located entirely in the City of Torrance, which through multiple site surveys, has shown itself to be ideal for this type of course. The start and finish will be on Torrance Beach with the bike and run segments on city and residential streets, and in Miramar Park and the beachfront path.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – June 4, 2013 – More than 18,000 participants in triathlon events produced by Pacific Sports LLC will now experience swim “surroundance” by blueseventy, a swim industry leader in technical performance products. Beginning with the Cleveland Triathlon on August 4th, blueseventy will be the Official Swim Sponsor across Pacific Sports’ six triathlon events in the U.S.: Cleveland; Eugene OR; Long Beach CA; Los Angeles CA; Newport Beach CA and Brooklyn NY.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – March 12, 2013 – More than 25,000 participants in triathlon, cycling and running events produced by Pacific Sports LLC will now reach for Herbalife24 sports nutrition products while on the course. When they do, they’ll reap the benefits of Herbalife’s expanded partnership with Pacific Sports, providing Herbalife24 HYDRATE to help maintain body fluid levels during and after competition, as well as access to Herbalife’s comprehensive sports nutrition line, Herbalife24. Herbalife is also the title sponsor of the Herbalife Triathlon Los Angeles produced by Pacific Sports, Sunday, October 13, 2013.