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Sprint distance: 400 yard swim, 13 mile bike, 2 mile run. Individuals Only.
USA Triathlon High School Championship Rules:
Sprint Swim Course (400 yards)
The swim will take place in Lake Wedington. The course is a point to point in the shape of a rectangle. Buoys will be on the right. The average water temperature in early June can range from 75 to 85 degrees.
Transition: A single transition area. The transition from swim to bike will include a 200 meter slightly uphill run.
Sprint Bike Course (13 miles)
The bike course is a local favorite of both triathletes and cyclists. The course is on newly paved roads with a rolling terrain. The toughest hill on the course comes at the six mile mark, Weaver Hill starts and finishes gradually, but has a steep section in the middle. After this .5-mile climb, the course is fast with just a few rollers.
Sprint Run Course (2 miles)
The run is a rolling, partially shaded, two-loop course on paved roads completely inside the park which provides great spectator viewing. There is one tough hill on each loop that was given several names, but none are worthy or suitable for print. This year we’ll have the “crazies” at the top of the hill to cheer you on. You don’t want to miss the party!
RACE DAY BASICS WORKSHOP
SATURDAY, JUNE 2 at Lewis & Clark Outfitters from 4 - 5 pm. Experienced triathletes will discuss race-day preparation, nutrition, key do's and don'ts. A USA Triathlon official will also be on hand to address USAT rules and regulations. Bring your questions!
TIME LIMIT: Swim – 1 hour; Bike – 2 hours; Run – 1 hour
AR HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS AND CATEGORIES
Awards will be presented to the top three overall finishers for both boys and girls. One category 9th - 12th grade for the males and one for the females. High School students are eligible for regular event awards in their respective age groups.
Door Prizes, Race Goodies