HITS Marble Falls

Date: Saturday 25 April 2015 Add To Calendar
Location: Marble Falls, TX (United States)

The friendly city of Marble Falls, Texas touts that they are “In the middle of everywhere!” Its location, in the middle of the Texas Hill Country and the Highland Lakes, makes it a popular vacation destination for watersports enthusiasts, boaters, fishermen, campers and a perfect choice for the HITS Triathlon Series. The course is flat, fast and awesomely scenic, running through Johnson and Lakeside Parks!

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