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Try Tri Sprint Kids Triathlon

Description.

Try Tri Sprint Kids Triathlon

Website

Kids Race

Swim 50 meters,
Bike 2 Miles,
Run ½ Mile

When

Saturday, June 05, 2010
Start Time: 8:00

Entry Fee:

$45 Individual (add $10 USAT non-member) $75 Team (add $10 USAT non-member/person) Kid's Individual $25; Kid's Team $60 (all must be youth)

Where

Kingsbury Park District
1000 Vine Street
Greenville, Illinois

Contact

Phone: (317) 625-2223

USAT: Pending Sanction

Description:

This Triathlon is strongly encourage for beginners. This will be a great chance to gain some confidence in the sport, practice transitions and have a great day getting fit with the community. All abilities are welcomed into this event, and encouraged to participate if it fits your training/racing calendar, we just hope to introduce new people to the sport through this pool swim and short distance event.

We also are offering the official Kid Triathlon too, which gives youth a great opportunity to try the tri, and have a great day.

Bring out the family and compete with yourself, your neighbors, and the clock in this First ever, annual event.

Kids Triathlon:

(starts at the completion on the adult race, listen for announcements race day)

Swim:

The youth will swim down and back in there designated lane. This will allow them to be comfortable and able to be easily viewed and cheered on by family and friends.

Bike:

The bike coarse will be 2 miles in total and will be on a well supported and safe coarse. It is flat and will allow the kids to ride any bike they have access too.

Run:

The run will be 1/2 mile in total distance and will be done both outside of and in the park. They will do one loop around a close block (roads) then enter the park to finish the run on the fields and grass.

Event Dates.

    Event 1
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Location.

Kingsbury Park District 1000 Vine Street, Greenville, ILL

Past Results.

Past Media.

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