PineappleMan Triathlon/Duathlon/5K

Sun June 5, 2022 Melbourne Beach, FL 32951 US Directions
Events

Age Group

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Athena

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Clydesdale

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Fat Tire

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Relay Teams

$158 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Duathlon

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Military/Law Enforcement/PSO

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST

Novice

$79 7:00AM EDT Price increases after December 31, 2021 at 11:59pm EST
Race Website

Additional race information can be found at http://www.pineapplemantri.com/.

Place
509 Ocean Avenue
Melbourne Beach, FL US 32951
Description

Join us for the Historic Rotary Pineapple Man Triathlon. Founded in 1985, the Rotary Pineapple Man Triathlon is the oldest USAT sanctioned triathlon in the state of Florida.

Event date: Sunday, June 5, 2022

Location: Ryckman Park (Map)

Event Start: 7:00am (Triathlon & Duathlon Simultaneous Start)

SATURDAY

1:00-5:00 PM: Pre-Race Packet Pickup

                        Community Center Melbourne Beach  (Map)
                        507 Ocean Ave, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951  

SUNDAY

5:00-6:30 AM: Packet Pickup (Arriving after 6:30 a.m. may cause you to miss the race)

5:00 AM: Transition Area (TA) Opens: Bike Number Attached and Body Marking required to enter Transition

5:00 AM: Body marking on sidewalk between Historic Ryckman House and Transition Area

6:25 AM: Sunrise

6:40 AM: Transition Closes / Final Call for participants to go to Pier end

6:45 AM: Pre-Race Meeting on Pier

6:55 AM: National Anthem at Pier end

7:00 AM: Race Starts

9:00 AM: Awards Ceremony (Approx. Time)

TRIATHLON COURSE - SWIM/BIKE/RUN
 
SWIM: 0.25 mile Rectangle course around the historic Melbourne Beach Pier in the Indian River Lagoon. 
 
BIKE: 12 miles  Out and back loop; includes a 4 mile straight-away along side a string of ocean side parks and wildlife preserves south on A1A – long, straight, flat and fast.
 
RUN: 3.1 miles (5K) Loop through peaceful residential beach-side neighborhoods with water available at miles 1 and 2
 
 
 
DUATHLON COURSE - RUN/BIKE/RUN
 
RUN #1: 2 miles out and back with the turnaround at the water station.  Start is simultaneous with the first swim wave.
 
BIKE: 12 miles Out and back loop; includes a 4 mile straight-away along side a string of ocean side parks and wildlife preserves south on A1A – long, straight, flat and fast.
 
RUN #2: 3.1 miles (5K) Loop through peaceful residential beach-side neighborhoods with water available at miles 1 and 2.
 
 
 AQUABIKE COURSE - SWIM/BIKE
 
SWIM: 0.25 mile Rectangle course around the historic Melbourne Beach Pier in the Indian River Lagoon. 
 
BIKE: 12 miles Out and back loop; includes a 4 mile straight-away along side a string of ocean side parks and wildlife preserves south on A1A – long, straight, flat and fast. Your Time STOPS at Transition Entrance.

FINISHER MEDAL to ALL FINISHERS!


TRIATHLON: Top Overall First Place Finishers Male / Female
Top Overall Masters (40 and up) Male / Female
Awards 3 deep in 5 year Age Groups (14 & under thru 85 & up) , Clydesdale (Men 220+lbs), Athena (Women 165+ lbs), Physically Challenged, Military/LEO/PSO, Novice (Sprint Only), Fat Tire, and Relay Teams.

DUATHLON: Awards for Top 3 Male & Female Duathletes (No Age Groups)

AQUABIKE: Awards for Top 3 Male & Female AquaBike (No Age Groups)

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