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THIS YEAR IS A GRAVEL RACE! SPRINT, TEAMS AND KIDS.
Come to Helena and swim in spring fed man-made lake. Bike and run on gravel and off road. There will be sheriffs out there for your safety. Run a flat fast course on trail. Enjoy wonderful people and beautiful scenery. All net proceeds go to charity. Example: $2,000 has been donated to the Prickly Pear Land Trust and smaller amounts to Girls Thrive and other local athletic non-profits. In 2021, we donated $500 to the Helena Food Share and $200 to the Helena Dragon Boat team, who provided swim volunteers.
**NEW THIS YEAR** We are not using USAT this year, so this race will NOT have extra insurance fees and will not have USAT points. The price is ALL INCLUSIVE.
Also new this year - KIDS RACE is part of a KIDS TRIATHLON SERIES!! Complete 2 or more for a special gift. These are the races: Spring Meadow Triathlon on July 10, 2022, then Logan Health Kid's Triathlon on Saturday July 16, 2022 in Kalispell, YFC Seeley Lake Triathlon on Saturday August 6, 2022 in Seeley Lake and the Race Montana Triathlon on August 7, 2022 in Great Falls.
Capital City Health Club - 1280 Montana Ave. 4 pm - 6 pm
If you live or are staying in Helena, please pick up your packet at this time. There will be packet pick-up for those coming in Sunday morning at the race venue.
NO HEADPHONES ARE ALLOWED ON ANY PART OF THE COURSE
On the bike, regular road rules apply:
General Conduct. At or during an event, or while at the event site, all participants must:
a. Act in compliance with these Competitive Rules;
b. Conduct themselves in a manner that is not offensive in any way to fellow participants, spectators, officials or
volunteers and is considered reasonable and acceptable in the community;
c. Treat all participants, officials, volunteers and spectators with fairness, respect and courtesy;
d. Refrain from the use of abusive language or conduct; and
e. After violating any of the Competitive Rules, report such violation to the Head Referee or retire from the
Knowledge of the Course. The responsibility of knowing and following the prescribed course rests with each
The course will be marked, but it is still the responsibility of the athlete to know the course.
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