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Swim in the Lakes Rec Center outdoor pool, bike around the neighborhood, and run on a marked course starting and ending at The Lakes Rec Center.
What do you get for your entry?
Ages 6-8: Swim 50 meters, bike 1.5 miles (1 Loop on course), run .75 miles
Ages 9-10 Swim 100 meters, bike 1.5 miles (1 Loop on course), run .75 miles
Ages 11-12: Swim 100 meters, bike 3 miles (2 Loops on course), run 1.5 miles
Ages 13-15: Swim 150 meters, bike 3 miles (2 Loops on course), run .1.5 miles
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A bike helmet is required for the bike portion of this event. Participants must have their own bike and a basic knowledge of how to swim. Aquatic staff will be on deck but not in the water.
Early registration though July 16th
Resident $40 Non Resident $45
July 16th- August 8th
Resident $50 Non Resident $55
Packet pick-up will be on Friday, August 11th at the upper entrance of the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion @ 20585 Ashburn Village Blvd from 8am - 6pm
Participant Check In: 6am - 7am
Parking Lot Drop Off: 545am - 645am
Opening Ceremonies: 745am
6-8 Year Olds Stage for swim 750am for an 8am start time
1st Race -8 and under (50 meter swim) enter lane 5 and exit lane 6
2nd Race- 9 to 10 will follow 8 and under race (100 meter swim) enter lane 3 and exit lane 6
Short break to clear the bike course of 8 - 10 year olds.
3rd Race- 11 to 12 (100 meter swim) enter lane 3 and exit lane 6
4th Race- 13 to 15 will follow 11 to 12 race (150 meter swim) enter lane 1 and exit lane 6
As the participants finish the race they will receive a ribbon and be directed to an area to meet up with their parents and get a post race snack.
Awards ceremony will take place after all times have been tallied and double checked.
Restrooms are available on the lower level of the club house through the pool entrance.
Age Group Starts
The parent/guardian is responsible for getting the athlete to the event with sufficient time to be ready for his/her pre-race briefing time. The race will be run by age group, so missing the briefing time will mean missing the event. The organizers will try to accommodate any unusual circumstances but there is no guarantee that can be done. Briefing & start times will be finalized by noon on Thursday prior to the event and will available on the AVSP website (www.ashburnvillage.org). Copies of briefing & start times will also be available at the AVSP Front Desk.
Swim aids such as kickboards or approved flotation devices will be allowed. Athletes using swim aids will not be eligible for podium awards (i.e., 1st, 2nd, 3rd place in age group). All athletes will get a participation ribbon. Athletes must provide their own swim aids. No performance enhancing devices such as fins will be allowed. AVSP will have a limited supply of kickboards available on the pool deck for participant use.
Adult Swim Assistance
Adult swim assistance will be permitted with permission only. Assisted athletes (other than physically challenged athletes) will not be eligible for podium awards (i.e., 1st, 2nd, 3rd place in age group).
Training wheels will be allowed.
Triathletes not finishing the event will receive a participant's ribbon. Non-finishers will have no posted times.
Triathletes short-cutting the course or engaging in any other unsportsmanlike conduct will be disqualified from the race. Athletes who walk on the bottom of the pool during the swim portion or who do not clip their chin strap during the bike portion of the event will also be disqualified. Disqualified athletes will not receive a participation ribbon nor have their times posted. The Ashburn Village Kids Triathlon is intended to be a fun event. Athletes and their parents are expected to be supportive, encouraging, and helpful to their fellow competitors.
The event is open to children ages 6-15. Age is based on the participant’s age as of the triathlon date.
Physically Challenged Athletes
The parent/guardian of a physically challenged athlete should contact the event organizers to make arrangement for any special needs.
Transition and Finish Areas
No parents or guardians are permitted in the Transition Area during the race. Parents and guardians will be allowed into the transition area before start of the race to help their athlete set up bike transition area equipment. Once the race is in progress, race staff and volunteers will be present to assist the athletes and to restrict access. The only exception will be to remove an athlete’s bike & other equipment from the Run Transition Area as quickly as possible. Permission to enter to assist an athlete at any other time must be granted by race staff. This restriction is to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all of the athletes.
For the safety of all race participants, earphone/earbuds or any music device are not allowed to be worn during the race.
We always strive to produce a full and safe multi sport event, but sometimes the weather conditions can affect those plans. We encourage all participants to arrive as scheduled on race day morning as weather condition related decisions will be made shortly before the race start time. In many instances, weather conditions in one part of the state may not be affecting the event site location, or weather conditions may improve in the hours preceding the event, both of which affect the race start. In the event of light to moderate rain, and the absence of any lightning, our goal is to proceed with the full triathlon event as long as trail conditions are safe and will allow the bike and run portions to take place.
If there is lightning in the area, the event is placed into a weather hold (30 minutes) and can be held for up to 90 minutes. If the lightning has departed the area, the race can proceed as planned. Participants out on course will be escorted back to the event start/finish by event staff members. If after 90 minutes of a weather hold all three portions of the event are determined to be unsafe, the event can be cancelled. Due to the nature of multi-sport events taking place generally in the outdoors, weather conditions can play a large role in the production of the event. Because a significant amount of the funds collected during registration have been expended by the day of the event for the production of the event and because each event is uniquely scheduled for its date and location, registration refunds are not possible and rescheduling the event is not possible, and thus the no refund policy. Our goal is to always produce a full event as scheduled and only modify these plans due to safety concerns some of which can be caused by weather conditions. We will try out hardest to hold/finish the event. Thank you for your understanding of these policies and we appreciate your participation.
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