Tegan Estes, 10, and her younger brother Paxton Francois, 3, cross the finish line during the Kirkland Kids Triathlon Saturday. Megan Campbell/Kirkland Reporter

Kids swim, bike, run in Saturday triathlon

More than 120 children, ages 3-12, participated in the Kirkland Kids Triathlon at Juanita Beach Park Saturday.

The triathlon included a 50-yard swim/splash, a half-mile bicycle ride and a 400-yard run.

The non-competitive race was “an excellent opportunity for youth to experience the sport of triathlon,” according to a City of Kirkland press release.

Paxton Francois, 3, rides his bike during the second part of the triathlon Saturday. Megan Campbell/Kirkland Reporter

Children, ages 3-12, participated in the Kirkland Kids Triathlon Saturday. Megan Campbell/Kirkland Reporter

More than 120 children, ages 3-12, participated in the Kirkland Kids Triathlon at Juanita Beach Park Saturday. The triathlon included a 50-yard swim/splash, a half-mile bicycle ride and a 400-yard run. The non-competitive race was “an excellent opportunity for youth to experience the sport of triathlon,” according to a City of Kirkland press release.

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