Sprint: Swim: 500 Meters. Bike: 13 mi. Run: 3.1 mi.
Intermediate: Swim 1500 Meters. Bike 24 mi. Run: 6.2 mi.
Intermediate Aquabike: Swim 1500 Meters. Bike 24 mi.
Course Distances Subject To Change.
Important Race Weekend Information
Confirmation Sheet: Print, sign & bring with you to mandatory packet pick up.
Athlete Event Guide: Sprint & Intermediate
Schedule of Events – listed below
The standard division for participants is the Age Group division, athletes will compete in their respective age group. For more Age Group division information please see the USAT Official Rules. Please email: email@example.com if you have any questions.
The TriRock Relay
For those who prefer to race one element of the triathlon TriRock is offering a relay division. Relay teams will consist of three (3) members, each member will complete one segment of the event and “pass the baton” to the next member in the Transition Zone. There are no age groups for the relay division, all relay racers will compete for the fastest overall time.
The AquaBike program gives athletes the opportunity to compete in a category where they will complete the swim and bike portions of the race, while omitting the run leg of the race. New in 2015, we are offering an AquaBike category for the Intermediate distance only. Please note: there are no relay options available for this event. It is an individual event only.
To qualify for the Clydesdale/Athena division male athletes must weigh 220+ lbs. and females 165+ lbs. Athletes will be weighed during awards for confirmation.
Triathlon Club Challenge
Triathletes competing in the Triathlon Club Challenge will compete against other tri clubs. The top ten tri clubs will receive a post-race finish area for athletes to relax.
Military/Public Servant Division
To qualify for the military division and public servant division, one must be an active member of The United States Military or employed by a government department or agency (i.e. Police, Fireman, Paramedic). Men and women will compete separately for the overall titles within the division. There will be NO age group distinctions. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, November 7, 2015
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM – Mandatory Packet Pick Up and Expo
1:00 PM – Athlete Meeting & Course Overview – Located at the stage
3:00 PM – Athlete Meeting & Course Overview – Located at the stage
Pier 60, 1 Causeway Blvd, Clearwater, FL
*There is no race day packet pick up.
Sunday, November 8, 2015
*Subject To Change
5:00 AM – Transition Area Opens
6:30 AM – Transition Area Closes
6:35 AM – Final Athlete Meeting
7:00 AM – Intermediate Race Start (Subject to change)
7:20 AM – Sprint Race Start
9:00 AM – Main Stage Opens for the Band at Finish Festival
10:30 AM – Award Ceremony
12:30 PM – Bikes must be removed from Transition
Athletes, spectators and fans can find street parking or pay-to-park lots surrounding Pier 60.
Free Parking: On Race morning athletes will be able to park in Downtown Clearwater City Lots. See attached Map here. These lots are FREE of charge. They are across Memorial Causeway bridge, roughly 2.25 miles from Transition. Feel free to cycle in on the bike path from these locations, but please wear your helmet!
Pay to Park: If you would like to get closer to the race site, there are a number of lots on the West side of the bridge, nearer the race site. Parking ranges from $12.50 to $16 per day. You can find Paid Parking locations on this map.
THE MULTISPORT EXPO
The MultiSport Expo will be the center of attraction surrounding a weekend of festivities on November 7-8, 2015.
If you are looking for an opportunity to improve sales and gain exposure among triathletes and other endurance sports athletes, we invite you to exhibit at the MultiSport Expo. For further information about expo booths, event sponsorship opportunities or goodie bag inserts, contact Geoff Barnett at email@example.com