Founded in 1684, Cambridge, located on Marylandʼs Eastern Shore, is one of the state’s oldest cities.
Cambridge is a small scenic town, rich in history and full of sights straight out of James Michenerʼs novel, Chesapeake. Ecologically important, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is a critical waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the Atlantic Flyway and contains nearly one-third of Marylandʼs tidal wetlands.
IRONMAN Maryland begins with a 2.4-mile swim in the Choptank River on the Delmarva Peninsula. The 112-mile bike takes athletes through Dorchester County and into the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, while the 26.2-mile run is on flat country roads. It all makes for a scenic and fast course.
IRONMAN Maryland offers 30 age group slots to the IRONMAN World Championship.