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RACE DATE: June 16th, 2019
Location: Long Lake Park, Lacey, Washington
Event Start time: 8AM
Triathlon: Swim: 800M, Bike: 12 miles, Run: 3.1 Miles
Duathlon: Run: .8 Mile, Bike: 12 miles, Run: 3.1 Miles
Multi-sport Events are USAT Sanctioned
The run is a flat 5K with beautiful lake views. The 5K run loops back close to the swim start, then to Carpenter Road and out to Holmes Island Road SE. Take in beautiful views of the lake and have a great finish right down the main entrance to the park. Challenge yourself and speed through the course or build a relay team of two or three…either way enjoy this well-designed course.
The Duathlon starts by warming up with a short, flat .8 mile run out and back, then falls right in line with the swimmers entering Transition 1. The rest of the course is the exact same course as the Triathletes. Duathletes may have up to two team members or complete the entire course solo!
Event Start time: 8AM.
Swim Cut off: 8:35.
Bike Cut off: 10:15
Run Cut off and Course Closure: 11:00
The course is not a closed course; however, Carpenter Road will have a temporary 1 lane closure to accommodate cyclist and runners. This lane modification will end at the race cut off time. Cyclist and Runners must obey all traffic laws and take direction from traffic control officers. Safety for our participants, volunteers and staff is our priority. There are strict no passing zones, and there are areas where passing or aggressive riding is discouraged.
Have a Great, Competitive and SAFE Race!
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