Dixie Triathlon

Sat September 14, 2019 Huntingdon, TN US 38344 Directions

Packet Pick Up Friday Medium Priority

September 13, 2019

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Volunteers will check athlete IDs and handout race packets. You will also answer questions of participants might have.

Packet Pick Up/Registration Saturday High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Check-in volunteers will check athlete IDs and handout race packets. You will also answer questions of participants might have.

Volunteer Check In High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteer will be responsible for explaining the "duties" for each volunteer position, help to make sure that all spots are adequately filled during the time of the race, and reallocate volunteers as needed.

Parking High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Parking volunteers will assist drivers on where to park at the event.

Chip Timing High Priority

September 14, 2019

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After checking in participants will receive a chip timer from the volunteers at this station. Volunteers will hand out chip timers that correspond to the athlete’s bib number.

Body Marking High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Body marking staff will write the participants bib number clearly and legibly on the backside of the participant’s upper arm and calf before the start of the race.

Transition Captain High Priority

September 14, 2019

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The transition captain is in charge of monitoring and running this area. All transition volunteers will report to the captain.

Transition High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Transition volunteers will make sure the transition area (swim to bike, and bike to run) stays clear of spectators. Transition volunteers also need to instruct participants in the right direction when leaving the transition chute.

Aid Station Captain High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Will assist in setting up the aid stations, mixing energy drinks, pouring liquids into cups and handing them to runners. Volunteers will assist in keeping the aid station clean and organized and help pack up as the runners thin out toward the end of the race. Aid Station volunteers will report to the Captain

Aid Station High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteers will fill cups prior to the start of the race. They need to ensure there is always enough water and sport drinks are readily available at your station for participants as they pass. Volunteers will hand out drinks in a safe and professional manner to minimize the disruption of the racers. Volunteers also need to make sure the area by aid station is free of disposed cups, bottles, etc.

Floater High Priority

September 14, 2019

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If you don’t have a preference on what area you would like to help, sign up to be a floater and we will assign you a volunteer position based on need.

Certified Lifeguard High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Lifeguards will be in place to ensure swimmers’ safety. They are to rescue any swimmers that are in need of assistance. Lifeguards are to alert medical officers should the need arise.

Swim Course- Water High Priority

September 14, 2019

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On water swim course volunteers will be in canoes/kayaks on the water to monitor swimmer safety and alert lifeguard if needed.

Swim Course- Land High Priority

September 14, 2019

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On land swim course volunteers will be stationed where swimmers enter and exit the water to direct athletes in right direction and alert them of any slippery areas.

Bike Course Marshall High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Bike Course Marshalls are to ensure safety of participants along the course. Volunteers are to cheer on athletes while making sure the course stays clear of spectators and other obstructions. Some Land Course Marshalls will be stationed at corners and turns to direct athletes in proper direction.

Run Course Marshall High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Run Course Marshalls are to ensure safety of participants along the course. Volunteers are to cheer on athletes while making sure the course stays clear of spectators and other obstructions. Some Land Course Marshalls will be stationed at corners and turns to direct athletes in proper direction.

Food Tent Captain High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Food Captain oversees the volunteers in the food tent

Food Tent High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteers will set up food tent and ensure there is always enough food available.

Run Lead (Cyclist) High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteer will be on a bike to lead the first runner along the run course. Volunteer must be able to bring their own bike to the race.

Sweeper High Priority

September 14, 2019

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The sweeper will follow both the trail cyclist and trail runner on the course. Need to provide own bike.

Awards High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteers assist with award presentation at the conclusion of the race. They will assist with gathering winners to the podium and handing out awards to age group and race winners.

Finish Line High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Volunteers will cheer and support participants as they approach the finish line. They will also help distribute medals to finishers and collect timing chips (if applicable).

Clean Up High Priority

September 14, 2019

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Crew will take down equipment used during the race. This can include, bike racks, fencing, tents, course markers, etc.