Musselman was created in 2004 and now consists of three days of racing: a super-sprint triathlon (µMussel) on Friday, a sprint (mini-Mussel) and MusselKids on Saturday, and a half-iron on Sunday. In 2007-2008 the Musselman hosted the only Pan American Cup east of the Mississippi, and in 2009-2010 the event was named "Most Family-Friendly" by Triathlete magazine. In 2008 and 2012 Inside Triathlon named Musselman one of its "Editors Picks."
Fly by Night is one of the most unique duathlons in the country - contested entirely on and around historic Watkins Glen International. Held on Porsche Clash Weekend since 2005, individuals and teams can take on the track's twisting turns, dips, and climbs in this run-bike-run-bike-run Formula I race.
The Seneca7 made its debut in 2011. Teams of 7 runners travel a distance of 77.7 miles around the perimeter of Seneca Lake, deepest of the Finger Lakes. In 2012 Runners World magazine profiled the event, and for the last three years a team of 70-year-olds has completed the race.
Held for the first time in 2007 and directed by One Million Revolutions until 2010, the Freshwater Trust Portland Triathlon was the first major triathlon ever held in downtown Portland, Oregon. The event was a celebration of What Could Be - organic, sustainable, a little bit weird - and spurred the creation of the Council for Responsible Sport. In 2010 Triathlete magazine named it the "Most Sustainable Event" in the world.
Located in Rye, NY, just outside New York City, the Westchester Triathlon was directed by One Million Revolutions for its 2006 edition, which included an ITU Pan American Cup elite race and a 1,200-participant olympic-distance amateur race.