| 4th Annual Flatlander Bike Ride and Gravel Grinder - More Info
Date(s) - 09/30/2017 - 9:00 am
Metric Century plus
| 28th Annual Dragon Fly Triathlon - More Info
Date(s) - 08/26/2017 - 8:00 am
1/2 mile Swim, 18-mile Bike, and a 4 mile Run.
| 1st Annual Horseshoe Lake Sprint Triathlon - More Info
Date(s) - 07/22/2017 - 7:00 am
1/3 mile swim, 14 mile bike and a 3 mile run
| Annie Oakley & Buffalo Bill Super Sprint and Sprint Triathlon - More Info
Date(s) - 06/24/2017 - 6:30 am
Super Sprint – 1/4 mile swim, 8 mile bike, 2 mile run Sprint; ½ mile swim, 16 mile bike, 4 mile run
| I Scream For Ice Cream 5K - More Info
Date(s) - 06/17/2017 - All Day
June 17, 2017 – 7:00pm
The I Scream For Ice Cream 5K will be run at Edmund Orgill Park in Millington, TN. The course is a newly developed trail that meanders around the eastern side of the park. Parking will be available in the large parking lot next to the boat ramp.
The start and finish is located at the top of the hill from the parking lot. The 5K will start at 7:00 pm and the Kids fun run at 7:45 pm. There will be 1 mile run for the older kids and a 1/3 mile for the younger kids.
After the race there will be plenty of ice cream and novelty Popsicles for everyone,
| 32nd Annual Heat Wave Triathlon - More Info
Date(s) - 06/03/2017 - 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
June 3, 2017 – 7:00am
The 2017 Heatwave Classic Triathlon is entering its 32nd year of existence. This year’s race will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017, with a start time of 7:00 a.m.
This year’s race will consist of a ½ mile swim in the Ross Barnett Reservoir, a 27 mile bike ride along the scenic and historic Natchez Trace Parkway, and ending with a 10K run along Ridgeland’s heavily shaded Multi-Use Trail.
We are constantly working to try and improve the race and, specifically the race course, so if you have any suggestions or ideas, feel free to contact us.
We hope to see you on Saturday, June 3, 2017, for the 32nd Annual Heatwave Classic Triathlon.
| Memphis In May Sports and Fitness Expo - More Info
Date(s) - 05/20/2017 - 05/21/2017 - All Day
May 19, 2017 Expo & May 20, 2017
The Memphis in May Triathlon Weekend is a weekend of racing starting with the Memphis In May Sprint Triathlon on Saturday followed with the historic Memphis In May Olympic Triathlon Sunday. The Memphis In May Sports Expo will be held in conjunction with packet pick up and all of the festivities for the weekend.
The 35th Annual Memphis In May Olympic Triathlon returned to Edmond Orgill Park in Millington, TN in 2016. The Memphis In May Olympic Triathlon was first introduced to Edmond Orgill Park in 1991, and has had the privilege to host many dedicated triathletes over the years. With the likes of Todd Jacobs, Timothy Deboom, Julie Moss, Mike Pigg, Natasha Badmann, Michelle Jones, Andy Potts, and many other professionals, and age groupers who have made The Memphis In May Olympic Triathlon rich in history.
The Memphis In May Sprint Triathlon is a great sprint triathlon that consists of a 1/3 mile swim 12 mile bike, and a 3 mile run. This event is a great way to get started in the sport of triathlon with its association with the Memphis In May Olympic Triathlon and the Memphis in May triathlon Weekend. To enhance your triathlon experience and have a chance to win part of a $5,000 prize purse, you can participate in the Amateur Challenge.
| Memphis In May Triathlon Clinics - More Info
Date(s) - 05/19/2017 - All Day
The Memphis In May Triathlon Clinics are designed for those athletes that are interested in finding out what it takes to compete and complete a triathlon. The minimum requirement is that you can swim one hundred yards.
The Clinics will be instructed by noted professionals; who by our good fortune live in the Memphis Area and have trained many athletes to their ultimate goals. These coaches are; Danny Fadgen, Aquatics Director Memphis Jewish Community Center, and Dale Sanford, Co-founder of Build, Peak, Compete
The locations and times are as follows;
Friday, May 19, 3:000 pm Open Water Swim Clinic & course practice, Triathlon Race Site; Edmund Orgill Park. Danny Fadgen instructor.*
Saturday, May 20, 1:00 pm TBD Open Water Swim Clinic & course practice, Triathlon Race Site; Edmund Orgill Park. Danny Fadgen instructor.**
*Danny Fadgen: Aquatics Director Memphis JCC; ACSM Instructor, MS Exercise Physiology
**Rob Snowberger: Owner E-ZSWIM.com & Pool School, Highest Level 5 Swim Coach, ASCA
***Dale Sanford: Co-Owner BPC- Build Peak Compete, USAT-LI, USAC-LIII, USAW, USATF-LI, SPARQ, ISSA-CPT
| Natchez Trace Century Bike Ride 2017 - More Info
Date(s) - 05/06/2017 - 8:00 am
May 6, 2017 – 8:00am
The Natchez Trace Century Ride is quickly becoming the largest spring cycling event in Mississippi. Over 700 cyclists each year have jumpstarted their cycling season while discovering our small town charm and hospitality and pedaling on stretches of national scenic byway. This ride starts and ends in Ridgeland and provides an experience for riders of all ages and abilities.
Spring brings warmer temperatures in Mississippi…the glimmering waters and abundant wildlife around the Ross Barnett Reservoir will enhance the journey. Countryside stretches in Madison County and Pelahatchie steady the pedals for reflection, and around town spins delight with discovery of each place.
With your choice of distances from 25, 50, 62 and 100 miles with mild to moderate elevation, it is a great ride to find your stride and other specialties along the route. There will be “energizer” stops, food and hands-on fun every 10-15 miles.
And you won’t want to miss “Ridgeland Rockin’ after the Ride” a celebration of a successful ride with culinary delights, toe-tapping music and stories to take home. There will be door prizes galore and the chance to win the grand prize giveaway of a bike. Post-ride social presented by Ridgeland Tourism Commission.
The Natchez Trace Century Ride will take place on Saturday, May 6 at 7:00 a.m., and will start at the Ridgeland Recreational Center. Your registration fee includes Welcome Party on Friday evening, ride, event t-shirt, post-ride meal and post-ride social. Registration fees are: $35 (January 6-31), $45 (February 1-April 6), $55 (April 7-May 4), $65 (May 5-6). Online registration will close at 11:59 p.m. on May 4. When you register for the ride, be sure to order your Natchez Trace Century Ride jersey for $55. Supplies are limited and they are sure to run out, so be sure to register early to make sure you get this cool collectible.
Packet pick up will be held on Friday, May 5 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at The Bike Crossing, 115 West Jackson Street, Ridgeland. You MUST be registered by Thursday, April 6 to be guaranteed a swag bag at packet pick-up. You DO NOT want to miss our swag bag! They are the BEST SWAG BAGS around! Must register by April 6 in order to guarantee a swag bag and a t-shirt.
The Natchez Trace Century Ride is presented by The Bike Crossing and is an event of Ridgeland Recreation & Parks.
| Bunny Hop 5K and Kids Fun Run Egg Hunt - More Info
Date(s) - 04/15/2017 - All Day
April 15, 2017 – 3:00pm
P. R. Event Management, LLC is proud to produce the Bunny Hop 5K and Kids Fun Run Egg Hunt at Edmond Orgill Park.
The Bunny Hop 5K Course will be on the newly developed grass trail on the eastern side of Edmond Orgill Park. The trail will take you through sections of tree lined trail and over the rolling hills of open fields. The Bunny Hop 5K will start at 3:00 pm Saturday afternoon. After the race you will have post race snacks and music for your entertainment.
For further entertainment the Kids Egg Run Hunt will start a 4:00 pm. We will divide the kids into age groups of 6 and under and 7 to 11 years of age. The 7 to 11 age group will run, walk, and hunt for plastic eggs with treats inside for the entire 1/2 mile course. Shortly after the start of the 7 to 11 year old’s we will start the 6 and under on their 1/4 mile course. All eggs are plastic with either candy or small toys inside.
There will be special prizes awarded for the Best Costume in both the 5K and The Kids Fun Run Egg Hunt.