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Course Information

Swim

Bike

Run

 

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Swim Description: All athletes will enter the water from the boat dock in a self-seeding rolling start format.  Olympic distance athletes will enter the water first and swim out to the second yellow buoy. At the second yellow buoy, these athletes will make a right turn, swim parallel to the next yellow buoy, turn right, and then to swim back to the boat ramp to finish their 0.9 mile swim.  Sprint distance athletes will enter the water second.  These athletes will swim out to the first yellow buoy and turn right.  They will swim parallel to the shoreline to the next yellow buoy, turn right, and continue to the boat ramp to finish their 0.5 mile swim.  

Bike Description: Sprint distance athletes will complete 13.3 miles of biking and Olympic distance athletes will complete 24.6 miles.  All athletes will exit transition through the Bike-Out opening.  Athletes will then start the 1.2 mile climb from the marina to Route 563.  Athletes will exit the park and make a right hand turn on Route 563.  Athletes will travel 3.5 miles to the first turnaround (Top Rock Trail). Athletes will then head back toward the park entrance, pass it, and proceed 5.0 miles to the second turnaround  (West Bridge). Last, athletes will continue 2.6 miles back to the park entrance where the Sprint distance athletes will go back into the park to return to transition, or Olympic distance athletes will stay out on the bike course to complete their second loop.  All athletes will enter transition through the Bike-In opening.  

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Run Description: Sprint distance athletes will complete 3.1 miles and Olympic distance athletes will complete 6.2 miles.  All athletes will exit transition through the Run-Out opening.  Athletes will then make a right turn onto the walking trail that follows the contour of the lake.  Sprint distance athletes will run to the Sprint turnaround on the course at the stop sign for Deerwood Lane.  Olympic distance athletes will run past this turnaround and follow the course as it wraps around an island in the path and then heads back toward transition.  As all runners make their way back to  transition, Sprint athletes will follow the signs for the finish, while the Olympic distance athletes will follow the signs to complete their second lap of the course.  As all athletes make their way toward the finish, they will take a short run down the path around the peninsula, past the boat ramp, and then make their way to the finish.