PHOTOS: World Police & Fire Games Triathlon at Castaic Lake
Swimmers in the second start wave of the World Police and Fire Games triathlon held this summer in Paradise Cove at Castaic Lake, part of the State Water Project that delivers water from Northern California. August 14, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal
By Katharine Lotze
Monday, August 14th, 2017

Competitors from around the world converged on Castaic Lake early Monday morning to compete in a triathlon for the 2017 World Police and Fire Games.

Athletes were tested over a one-mile swim around the lake’s Lower Lagoon, 25-mile bike ride up Lake Hughes Road, and a 10-kilometer road run. Competitors were broken down by age group, and competed either in a team relay race, or the individual triathlon.

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About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.

PHOTOS: World Police & Fire Games Triathlon at Castaic Lake

Competitors from around the world converged on Castaic Lake early Monday morning to compete in a triathlon for the 2017 World Police and Fire Games.

Athletes were tested over a one-mile swim around the lake’s Lower Lagoon, 25-mile bike ride up Lake Hughes Road, and a 10-kilometer road run. Competitors were broken down by age group, and competed either in a team relay race, or the individual triathlon.

See a photo you like? Signal photo reprints available here.

About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.