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Our triathlons are USAT Sanctioned Events, so we will follow all USAT Rules. If you are unfamiliar with USAT Rules, you may download the rule book below or click HERE
The Dare to Tri – Fort Gordon Sprint Triathlon is a USA Triathlon sanctioned race.
The athlete briefing will be held on site during packet pick up Friday, March 23rd at 6:00pm at the finish line. Race directors will need approximately 30 minutes to review the details of the race. After that time the floor will be opened up for questioning until all are answered.
All participants must complete the race in under 2 hours 15 minutes. Race officials reserve the right to pull a participant off the course if it appears as though that participant will not be able to meet the above time requirements. This is a safety issue, our permits, volunteers, police, ems, etc are only reserved for the above time restrictions.
Entry in the Dare to Tri – Fort Gordon Sprint Triathlon is open to individuals 10 years of age or older.
The Dare to Tri – Fort Gordon Sprint Triathlon will be timed using the ChampionChip Timing System. (5 splits provided)
RACE DAY PARKING:
Parking will be available in the lots beside the transition area.
– Overall (M & F)
– Age Groups (M & F): 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & Over
– Military (M & F)
– Novice (M & F)
RELAY AWARDS (Top 3)
RELAY TEAM INFORMATION
Relays can be 2-person (one person does 2 legs, and one person does 1 leg) or 3-person teams (each person does 1 leg of the event). Teams can consist of any mix of genders.
EACH Relay member MUST pick up his/her own packet.
EACH Member MUST have their photo ID and USAT card (if applicable) to pick up their packet.
If a member is a minor (17 or under), then a parent/guardian must show an ID to get their packet.
If a member turns 18 by the end of the year they are considered an Adult per USAT, thus they must pick up their own packet.
If you need to replace a relay member you can e-mail us using the Contact Us button at the top of the page with the changes.
If it is the week of the event and you need to make a change to a relay member then you can make this change at packet pick up.
At packet pick up you will be given a sheet of paper that explains how the relays will work (chip hand off, tagging spot, etc.).
If you are an individual that wishes to switch to a relay team, then you can e-mail us, using the Contact Us button at the top of the page, the following information: Team Name, Team Member Names, Team Member Shirt sizes. You will need to pay the difference to convert to a relay, which you can pay at packet pick up (cash or check only). If it is the week of the event, then you can make these changes at packet pick up.
Click the icon below to download the attached PDF.