SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 2017
Thanks to all of the athletes, volunteers, coaches, retail partners and spectators for your support for the 4th annual 10 mile tri. With your help this year we impacted 190 finisher of which 70 athletes did their first ever triathlon. We look forward to enhancing your experience in 2018.
THE 10 MILE TRI IS AN ANNUAL INDOOR TRIATHLON EVENT RUN BY THE 3433 SPORT PERFORMANCE CENTRE TEAM AND COACHES
If you are new to the sport of Triathlon or just eager to race, kick off your season with this event at Repsol Sport Centre. This short race is perfect for anyone: swim 500 metres, bike 12.5 kilometres and run 3 kilometres. The swim is 20 laps of our 25m competition pool, the bike is on a stationary trainer or NEW in 2017 use one of our already set up Keiser bikes and the run is just 15 laps of the 200-metre indoor track.
Participants using their own bike must bring a 650c or 700c road bike to use with the TACX Flow trainer.
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A relay team may consist of 2 or 3 people. In the case that an athlete is doing 2 of the 3 sports please keep the timing chip on through transition.
Relay teams members must all be present at check-in and body-marking. Each team member will be body marked and the timing chip will be given to the swimmer.
The swimmer will complete the swim; exit the pool and run to GYM 1 (where the bikes are set up). The cyclist will be clipped in and the distance on the computer will read zero. The swimmer will pass the timing chip off to the cyclist. The cyclist is not required to wear the timing chip, but must have it on their person or on their bike. Following the 12.5km bike the cyclist will hand off the chip to the runner without dismounting the bike. The runner will secure the timing chip on their left ankle, run out of transition and up the stairs to complete their 3km run. Relay team members are encouraged to cheer their runner in the spectator zone of track 1 and at the finish line to celebrate the team effort.