Triathlon Tracker 4+

Multisport activity tracker

MySwimPro, Inc.

    • $9.99


Best Triathlon Race tracker for Apple Watch!

Track your race from beginning to end without touching the screen! Just tap the side buttons when transitioning disciplines.

Track these metrics LIVE during the race:
- Total time
- Heart rate
- Time in discipline
- Distance in discipline
- Pace in discipline

Available after the race:
- Time for each discipline
- Distance for each discipline
- Time for each transition
- Maps of each discipline
- Heart rate in Activity app

Supported Race Types:
- Triathlon*
- Duathlon
- Aquathon*
- Swim/Bike*
- Swim/Run*
- Bike/Run
- Bike/Swim*
- Run/Bike
- Run/Swim*
- Any custom event order!

Supports both Open Water and Pool swims, with a custom pool length to adapt to any pool.

All logged to Apple Health!
Requires watchOS 5 or above.


1. Enable Health and Location permissions
2. Tap START on the Tri Tracker watch app
3. Press the two side buttons simultaneously to mark the beginning and end of each transition
4. Press the two side buttons once more at the finish line

* Swimming activities are only available for Apple Watch Series 2 and later

What’s New

Version 1.8.2

- Added a setting to save transitions to Apple Health
- Minor layout improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
137 Ratings

137 Ratings

Jerryb30 ,

Pretty good app

I downloaded this since I already have an Apple Watch and didn’t want to spend the money for a Garmin or other triathlon geared watch. GPS map looked like it went a little haywire at the beginning of my run, but overall it was pretty accurate compared to running with my phone using Strava. Like having all the event options as well as being able to customize my events. Just a couple of things that I issue with. Firstly, the pace is set in miles per hour instead of minutes per mile. It would be nice to have the option for min/mi. Secondly, when I went to share my map to Strava it didn’t upload. Just the title I gave the run uploaded. I was able to upload the map to Facebook though. Overall, a good option without having to buy another expensive watch.

scootage81 ,

It’s a dud

I did a dress rehearsal for my Olympic-distance tri and used the app for the first time. It didn’t correctly display the distance during my swim, then after pushing the two side buttons for T1, didn’t display the transition time. But when I pressed them again, it started the bike segment. Even worse, at some point during the bike, without any notification, it gave some error message and said it had started a new workout, though it appeared not to have done so. Needless to say, I didn’t bother with it for the run (and was glad I had also been using Cyclemeter on my phone for the run).

After I finished, the phone app shows no recorded data for anything. Fortunately, it at least imported the swim segment into the Workout app on my phone, so I have can view the data there, though weirdly not in the Triathlon Tracker app.

The whole experience with both the phone and watch apps is garbage. If I can’t trust it to work as promised for a workout, there’s no way I’m going to take a risk relying on it for a race. I’d really like the developer to refund my $9.99.

ScubaPlanner ,

Not bad-does the basics

I ran a sprint Tri today and figured the short event was the perfect place to test the app. It functioned fine during the race (no trouble with buttons or the app changing from one event to the next). My activities where appropriately logged in my Apple Activity App but in the TriTracker app, all of my time is in the “transitions” and no distance is showing up in the events (which is odd considering it logged them accurately in the activity app). The other thing I noticed was that my swim wasn’t mapped (something I normally get out of the open water swim function in the activity app)... certainly doesn’t replace a Garmin but for those who want to own a single watch and like Apple’s activity app, it’s not a bad option. I’m sure the few small glitches will be worked out. For now it does enough to be a functional option for those wanting immediate feedback after a race and to log their race activity with their training.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback! We're working on fixing the bugs you mention. -Adam

App Privacy

The developer, MySwimPro, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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