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Habitat for Humanity Kids Triathlon

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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh is gearing up for the 13th Annual Kids Triathlon Series with races on July 20th and August 10th.

The July 20th race is in South Park and the August 10th event takes place in North Park. The races are expected to draw an estimated 800 young athletes and families from all over the Pittsburgh region.

The South Park triathlon features kids ages 7-12 and takes place at the South Park Wave Pool. The North Park race has an expanded age group and kids ages 7-15 are welcome to sign up.

All proceeds from the races help place local families in need into affordable housing.

Since the inception of the Kid's Triathlon Series by the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh staff and volunteers in 2001, the series has raised more than $700,000 on behalf of affordable housing for low income families in need. The triathlons give children in our community a chance to compete in an exciting event, and gives Habitat the opportunity to raise funds on behalf of the program families we serve.

Visit Habitat For Humanity at for more information on this year’s Kids Triathlon Series.

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