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Sunday, April 13

Occoquan Regional Park

Love triathlons, but hate the swim?  Well, tri this race.  We’ve taken everybody’s least favorite part of the race, and added a new challenge: kayaking.  Athletes now kayak out to the Route 123 bridge and back instead of swimming.  If you want to compete with a friend, try using a canoe.

Don’t want to use a kayak or canoe?  We have a duathlon just for you!  Replace that kayak/canoe with your legs!

So you want to race with a friend in a canoe?  That’s fine by us!  Just sign up as “Two People – Tri It at the Occoquan (You have your Own Canoe – Not a Relay)” or if there’s three of you “Three People – Tri It at the Occoquan (You have your Own Canoe – Not a Relay).”

Don’t have a kayak or canoe?  You can try renting one from our limited supply (only available for pre-registration).

Personal Floating Devices (PFDs) are required during the race.  Athletes are suggested to have a whistle as well in case of an accident.

Race Start Times

Triathlon – 8am

Duathlon – 8:05am

Registration Fees

Triathlon – $60, until March 25 ($65)

Triathlon + Renting a Kayak – $75, until March 25 ($80)

Triathlon (2 People Sharing a Canoe) – $115, until March 25 ($125)

Triathlon (3 People Sharing a Canoe) – $170, until March 25 ($180)

Duathlon – $50, until March 25 ($55)

Course Info

The kayak/canoe section of the course is about 3/4 of a mile.  The bike is 3 laps equals out to just under 9 miles; followed by roughly a 3-mile run.  Or if you’re doing the duathlon, replace the kayak/canoe section with another 3-mile run.

Course Maps can be found at:

http://bishopsevents.com/occoquan-5k-course-map/

http://bishopsevents.com/occoquan-kayak-course-map/

http://bishopsevents.com/occoquan-bike-course-map/      (3 laps)

Packet Pickup

Packet Pickup will only be on race morning.

Race Day Registration

There will be race day registration. Participants will need to arrive about 45 minutes before their race to get registered for the event. T-shirts sizes can not be guaranteed for race day registers. CASH OR CHECK ONLY (checks made out to Bishop’s Events, LLC).

Directions to Parking

Parking is at the big gravel parking lot before the Start/Finish Line near the baseball fields in the very back of Occoquan Regional Park.

Timing

Chip Timing will be done by Race Packet.

Kayak/Canoe

Swim will be replaced by a kayak or a canoe.  Athletes can kayak by themselves or canoe with a friend for this segment of the race on the Occoquan River.

Competitors

Ages 10 through 100 can compete in this event. All athletes 17 & under must purchase a YOUTH ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP ($10) at www.usatriathlon.org (and then register for this race as USAT Annual Members).

Refunds

*No Refunds after February 1, 2014

Sanctioning

USA Triathlon is the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, winter triathlon and aquathlon in the United States. Participation in a USAT sanctioned event means the event director has the proper permits in place, liability and athlete excess medical insurance coverage and the event plan has met the standard of organization required. USA Triathlon provides rules, guidance and governance to set the standard for safe and fair multi-sport races. For more information on USA Triathlon and fueling the multi-sport lifestyle, visit our website at http://www.usatriathlon.org.

Details

Date:
April 13, 2014
Time:
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Organizer

Bishops Events
Phone:
540-842-5618

Venue

Occoquan
9751 Ox Road, Lorton, VA 22079 United States
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Need more information, or have questions about your upcoming race? Our contact information is below:

Phone:    540-842-5618
Email:     bishopsevents@yahoo.com

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