The Pumpkinman Triathlon is a sprint distance race consisting of a 1/3 mile swim, 14 mile bike, and 3 mile run with a field size of 550 participants and 50 relay teams. The race starts at 8:00 AM on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at Spring Hill in South Berwick, ME. There is no rain date and race management reserves the right to modify or shorten the race course in the case of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances, and to accept or reject any entry. No transfers or substitutions. The minimum age to compete is 15.
Then Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival will follow all rules set forth by USAT. More information can be found at the USAT website.
Each competitor will receive a unique, t-shirt, the best goody bags, finisher medal, imprinted swim cap, custom awards, massage services, and a complimentary post-race brunch style feast including the amazing pumpkin whoopie pies and more! We will have chip timing and race announcing by Andy Schachat. There will be boat, motorcycle and sag vehicle support, USAT Officials and Marshalls, the seacoast’s best volunteers and an amazing and safe race course!
The Pumpkinman Triathlon will take place at Spring Hill, a beautiful and scenic location illustrating the best of what the Seacoast has to offer. Spring Hill is located at 117 Pond Road, South Berwick, ME.
Family, friends, and spectators please bring a picnic and a blanket, and enjoy the race!
Please visit our Awards page where you can read more about our custom engraved Etchex awards.
The Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival was created in 2006. With experience developing and directing races such at the Sea to Summit Race, Aggieman, Eliot Duathlon, and Eliot Festival Days 5K, the The Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival Board of Directors are equipped to deliver a nationally sanctioned, well run, and safe event. With the support of the Town and the South Berwick Police Department, the Pumpkinman is sure to be an exciting event for multiple seacoast communities.
It is with great pleasure that we announce proceeds generated by the Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival will be donated within the South Berwick and Eliot communities. The proceeds will help establish student athlete scholarships and provide funding for athletic programs within the local community.