We here at TriUath are closely monitoring the rapidly changing situation of COVID-19 and will continue to update this page and reach out to athletes directly for individual events as more information becomes available.
We are working hard to assess all the available information and options as we navigate this unprecedented situation and we thank you for your patience and understanding.

More information on the coronavirus can be found:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
https://governor.utah.gov/

March 14

The Governor has placed a moratorium on all public gatherings of more than 100 people for a minimum of two weeks to help slow the spread of the virus through our community. While TriUtah does not have any events scheduled in the next two weeks, we are aware that this moratorium could be extended, and may lead to some TriUtah events being postponed or canceled.

Should there be a postponed or canceled event our athletes will be the first to know.

We understand the hard work and countless hours that our athletes put into training for events, we put in countless hours producing them too. We do not take postponements or potential cancelations lightly and we can promise you that our decisions on this matter will be made with your best interest in mind.

As of now, we continue to plan for our successful event season to go forward as planned with some additional precautions. We will be adding additional handwashing stations, modifying volunteer positions to limit hand to hand contact rates, and increasing the frequency of sanitation practices across all areas.

The health and safety of our athletes, volunteers, and staff have always been our highest priority. This will not change. We are working closely with city and county officials, monitoring the local, state, and federal agencies and will continue to follow their guidance and recommendations going forward.