UPDATED JUNE 18, 2020: The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic continues to force USA Triathlon and race organizers to postpone or cancel championship events to both adhere to state and local health mandates, and to keep athletes, volunteers, and others safe.
The following national championships provide triathletes in numerous categories to compete on the highest level. Most championships do not require qualification, and are open to all levels of experience.
USA Triathlon National Championship Schedule
|Winter Triathlon National Championships||1-Mar||Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|Elite National Championships (2020 Sarasota-Bradenton ITU Triathlon World Cup)||**CANCELED**||Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida|
|High School National Championships||POSTPONED||Tempe, Arizona|
|Collegiate Club National Championships||POSTPONED||Tempe, Arizona|
|Duathlon National Championships||POSTPONED||Tuscaloosa, Alabama|
|Clydesdale and Athena National Championships (New date, location)||Aug. 15||Pelham, Alabama|
|Paratriathlon National Championships||POSTPONED||Long Beach, California|
|Club National Championships||POSTPONED||West Windsor, New Jersey|
|Youth and Junior Nationals||**CANCELED**||West Chester, Ohio|
|Toyota USA Triathlon Age Group National Championship (Q)||**CANCELED**||Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
|Off-Road National Championships (New date, same venue)||13-Sep||Hewitt, New Jersey|
|Duathlon National Championships (New date)||Oct. 16-17||Lake Havasu, Arizona|
|Ultra-Distance National Championships||24-Oct||Clermont, Florida|
|Multisport National Championships Festival|
|– Aquabike, Long Course Duathlon, Long Course Triathlon||15-Nov||Miami, Florida|
|Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championships (New link, info)||14-Nov||Tempe, Arizona|
|Draft Legal Triathlon National Championships (New link, info)||14-Nov||Tempe, Arizona|
Editor’s Note: Status of above races as of June 18, 2020 at 6:10 p.m. PST. USAT and race organizers are monitoring state and local conditions, and race statuses may change. For the latest updates, visit USA Triathlon, the race organizers’ websites listed in the event pages, and follow them on Facebook or Twitter.