2020 Brett/Robinson Alabama Coastal Triathlon cancelled

The Sept. 12, 2020 event has been cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions

Media Contact:

Ally Dorrough • Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Sports Commission
[email protected]GulfShores.com/Sports/Media-Room
1-800-745-SAND • 251-968-9327 (direct) • 334-391-7745 (cell)

GULF SHORES AND ORANGE BEACH, ALA. – The Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Sports Commission, along with Team Magic, Brett/Robinson Vacation Rentals, the city of Gulf Shores and The Hangout announce the cancellation of the Brett/Robinson Alabama Coastal Triathlon and Tri-It-On sprint triathlon. The events have been cancelled to prioritize the health and wellness of participants, volunteers and staff.

“It’s difficult to announce event cancellations, particularly long-standing events like the Brett/Robinson Alabama Coastal Triathlon, which promotes fitness and wellness,” said Beth Gendler, vice president of sales for the Sports Commission. “Out of an abundance of caution, the Sports Commission and our partners have decided to cancel this event to contribute to slowing the spread of COVID-19 and focus on safely, healthily and purposefully bringing back events to Alabama’s beaches.”

Brett/Robinson Vacation Rentals has served as the title sponsor of the triathlon since 2008. The Sports Commission, Team Magic and Brett/Robinson will work towards making the Sept. 11, 2021 event better than before with the wellness of participants top-of-mind for fresh-air fun and fitness in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

For information on upcoming athletic events along Alabama’s Gulf Coast, visit GulfShores.com/Sports, or call 1-800-745-SAND. To learn more about Team Magic, visit Team-Magic.com. To make reservations for the 2021 triathlon or a beach vacation, go to Brett-Robinson.com.

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About Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Sports Commission:

Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Sports Commission is a partnership between Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Tourism (GSOBT), the Coastal Alabama Business Chamber and the cities of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. In 2007, this commission became a department within GSOBT. In this role, the commission – along with assistance from both cities – works to bring quality sporting events to Alabama’s Gulf Coast. To learn more about playing along Alabama’s 32 miles of white-sand beaches, please visit GulfShores.com/Sports.

Ally Dorrough
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