Warrnambool Tri Club has been trying to find ways to get the whole family involved and the Morgans are loving what's on offer.
All four family members will be competing in WTC's final event of the season, the Killarney Super Tri, on Sunday.
Mum, Liv, is going to be taking on the super course on her own - a 750-metre swim, 24-kilometre cycle and 6.6km run.
"I love the longer distance ones because the short ones hurt a lot because you've got to go really hard the whole time, you get to relax a bit more in the longer ones," she said.
Dad, Jason, will tackle the same course but with the help of cyclist Larry McCarthy, who has completed many Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classics.
The super course is a new addition this season and caters for those looking to challenge themselves over a longer distance.
"The longer distance suits me because I'm training up for a few longer runs this year," Jason said.
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The top distance at the most recent Killarney triathlon in November was the sprint course - a 500m swim, 16km cycle and 4km run.
It's back again as is the short course which is 250m/8km/2km.
These three courses start at 9am at Killarney Recreation Reserve.
Jason, who has been challenging himself in triathlons for years, will take on the swim and run legs of the super course.
Liv, who has long wanted to do triathlons, only got on board a couple of years ago.
"I actually didn't want to get left with all the housework," she said with a laugh.
"So I thought we'll have to share it if I have to train as much as Jason does.
"So that was the main motivation."
Liv has fallen in love with the endurance sport.
"It's an addiction once you get started," she said.
"They're great people, the tri club is amazing, everyone is so encouraging and enabling, we love the people we've met."
Jason also praised the WTC committee and volunteers for the hard work they put in.
Liv added the family aspect had been a winner.
"We love that it's normal life for the kids to see Mum and Dad out there training all the time and they get involved too," she said.
Stella, 11, and Kaiden, 9, will each be giving it their best shot in their junior triathlons which start at 11am.
It's for under 7s right through to 10-12s and distances vary to suit age.
The Morgan siblings have already completed numerous triathlons.
"I like doing it because I really enjoy running, swimming and riding," Stella said.
Kaiden loves just giving the sport a go and his favourite leg is the run.
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They've been enjoying their first season of nippers as well.
"It's so much fun," Stella said.
Jason would normally do all three legs of the triathlon but has switched his focus this past year.
"Because of COVID, I didn't know whether there were going to be any triathlons so I've concentrated on running," he said.
Jason, whose favourite and strongest triathlon leg is the run, is training for the Geelong half-marathon which is about a month away.
WTC will celebrate International Women's Day, which was on the weekend.
Fifty per cent of entry fees will be donated to Emma House - Warrnambool Domestic and Family Violence Services.
Participants must register for the Killarney Super Tri online.
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