A Safe Return to Multisport

Last July, Cheryl Perry of The Woodlands, Texas, raced in the Omaha Triathlon, a small event limited to fewer than 200 athletes.

COVID-19 safety protocols included temperature checks, masks required in transition and no spectators. Racers lined up six feet apart at the start and entered the water every 15 seconds.

These safety guidelines, implemented by Race Omaha in collaboration with USA Triathlon, made Perry, 56, feel safe — and allowed her to again enjoy the thrill of racing. During

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