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What will you find at the Huntington Lake triathlon?
+ Finisher's Medal
+ Chocolate Milk
+ Finishers meal
+ Prizes and Giveaways
+ Free Race Photos
+ Event T-Shirt
The Huntington Lake Triathlon is a fun and challenging race in an incredible location in Lakeshore, CA near the China Peak Resort. This event features a lake swim in Huntington Lake, a challenging road bike course, and a ‘high altitude’ run, which is part trail and part paved, finishes the race. Each athlete registered for the Huntington Lake Triathlon will receive a custom t-shirt, athlete goody bag, swim cap, post-race meal, and be eligible for raffle prizes and race awards three-deep in each division. Take the weekend and come up and enjoy this fun event with your family.
A USAT membership is required for the Triathlon, (but not the 5k/10k) If you do not have one, you can purchase one during the registration process.
There is a $10 vehicle entrance fee. We recommend car pooling if possible.
Your safety is our highest priority. We have included USAT, CDC, and health department recommendations in plans to safely return to racing.
Packet Pickup and Registration
Refund Policy Update
This event is hosted by the Activitynut Foundation, Inc.; a non-profit 501(c)3 who's mission is to connect athletes with local events, clubs, coaching and local stores. We maintain a race calendar listing local events at http://activitynut.org/localevents/
Join Activitynut Club (free membership), and get 15% off of this and other events hosted by Activitynut.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Triathlon- 400yd swim, 13mi bike, 3.3mi run
Aquabike- 400yd swim, 13mi bike
Duathlon- 3.3mi run, 13mi bike, .9mi run
Triathlon- 1600yd swim, 22.5mi bike, 6.5mi run
Aquabike- 1600yd swim, 22.5mi bike
Duathlon- 6.5mi run, 22.5mi bike, 0.9mi run
6:30am Race day packet pick up until 7:30
6:30am Transition Opens
7:50am National Anthem
8:00-8:30am Triathlon Waves
8:10am 5k and 10k Run Begins
Your safety is our highest concern at the race.
There is a regatta most Saturdays and Sundays at Huntington when there is water. We expect a busy weekend.
Parking is available in the parking lot by the Transition area. This area is operated by CLM and has a $10 per vehicle parking fee.
Q: Are you still holding the Huntington Lake Triathlon?
A: Yes! Fresno County Health Department has approved our race plan which includes measures to promote social distancing such as time trial starts, two participants per rack, mailing awards, etc.
Q: Is the race USAT Sanctioned?
A: Yes! Our race incorporates USAT, CDC, and FCHD recommendations for a safe return to racing and is still USAT Sanctioned.
Q: What is the water temperature at Huntington Lake.?
A: The water temperature is typically 62-67F. The race is expected to be wetsuit legal.
Q: Is there early packet pickup?
A: Yes, we have a packet pickup on Thursday, June 17th. See the packet pick up section for more details. This will be a drive up style pick up with limited contact. Packet Pickup will also be at the venue on the day before and the day of the event. To reduce contact at packet pick up there will be no in person race day registration and registration will remain open until the start of the race. Please contact us if you have any issues with registration.
Q: Are spectators allowed?
A: Following state guidelines spectators will not be allowed at the race. If you have family or friends that would like to see you race, volunteering is a great way to be able to be on site and cheer while helping make the event happen.
Q: What is your refund policy if I am sick?
A: If an athlete has a fever, suspects Covid symptoms, or has been in contact with someone with Covid-19 we encourage them to stay home. Athletes can defer, transfer their registration to another race, or opt to receive swag and race as a "virtual" upon request.
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