ADULT TRIATHLON SUNDAY AUGUST 27, 2017

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  • Adult Events 1111 Montreal Road

Race Schedule


Event
Time
Registration/Packet Pick-Up
7:00AM to 9:00AM
Packet Pick-up
7:00AM to 9:00AM
Olympic Triathlon Race Start
8:30AM
Sprint Duathlon Race Start
8:30AM
5km Run Race Start
8:30AM
Sprint Triathlon Men
9:45AM
Sprint Triathlon Women & Relay
9:50AM
Try-A-Tri
10:30AM
Awards
12:00PM



Race Distances


Triathlon
Swim
Bike
Run
Min. Age
Try-A-Tri
200m
10km
2.5km
14
Sprint Triathlon
750m
20km
5km
16
Sprint Triathlon Relay
750m
20km
5km
14
Olympic Triathlon
1500m
40km
10km
18
Duathlon
Run
Bike
Run
Min. Age
Sprint Duathlon
2.5KM
20KM
5KM
16


Prizes


Event
First
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
5km Run
Sponsor Prize
Sponsor Prize
Sponsor Prize
Try-A-Tri
$75 Bicycle World GC
$50 Bicycle World GC
$25 Bicycle World GC
Sprint Duathlon
$200 Cash
$100 Cash
$50 Cash
Sprint Triathlon
$200 Cash
$100 Cash
$50 Cash
Sprint Triathlon Relay
Sponsor Prize
Sponsor Prize
Sponsor Prize
Olympic Triathlon
$500 Cash
$300 Cash
$200 Cash
$100 Cash
$50 Cash
Prizing provided equally to Male and Female participants.


Event Parking


Ample Parking is available at St. Lawrence College just 300 meters West of L'Heritage High School race site. Parking in the east lots at St. Lawrence College provide you access to the pedestrian bridge to the race site. Montreal Road will be closed Race Morning. Access St. Lawrence College via Belmont as Montreal Road will be closed early on Sunday morning.


Event Guide


Download the event guide for more detailed race-day information.


Race Course




Swim


The swim course is in the St. Lawrence River 150m from transition. The swim course is aided by Cornwall Fire water rescue, kayaks, canoes and lifeguards. Try-a-tri course is 200m in length. The Sprint and Olympic courses cover 1 and 2 loops of the 750m Loop. Exit from the swim course is onto a rubber mat shore line then a short sharp incline to the run into transition. The water temperature in the St. Lawrence River is typically 70-72 degrees Fahrenheit and allows for the use of wetsuits in all events.

Bike


The bike course is held on closed roads along the St. Lawrence River in Cornwall. The course is slightly rolling but technical. The bike course is 10km in length. The course heads east out of transition to a turn around near Boundary Road. Heading west the course enters into the Nav Canada Training Institute for a circular loop of the building. Once back on Montreal Road, continue to head west to a left turn on Marlborough St. This slight downhill is the fastest part of the course and winds through Cornwall's Historical Cotton Mill district returning to Montreal Road for the eastward ride back to the transition area. The Try-A-Tri race complete 1 loop, the Sprint Tri and Du complete 2 loops and the Olympic distance competitors will complete 4 loops. Note: There is a 300m section of the course just east of the transition that narrows to allow vehicle access to the Glen-Stor-Dun Lodge faciltiy.
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Elevation Map

Run


The run is held on the beautiful recreational path along the banks of the St. Lawrence River. The run course is slightly rolling. The first Sprint Duathlon run will head west along the bike course on an out-and-back route. The first Sprint Duathlon run will enter transition in the same manner as the bike-in. After the bike portion has been completed all runs head east along the recreational path. The Try-A-Tri race completes 1 loop of a 2.5km course, The Sprint Tri/Du/Relay complete 1 loop of the 5km course and the Olympic distance racers will complete 1 loop of the 10km course.

Event Bonuses

Swag

Each athlete receives gender specific tech-shirt, swim cap and a Trek bike bottle at the finish line. Medal($), race belt($), lock laces($) are available to purchase.

Food/Aid Stations

The run course will feature water, gels, gummy bears and Gatorade. The post-race athletes village will include a plethora of Juices, Chocolate Milk, Awesome Salads and Fruit. 50+ Pizzas will be delivered the morning of the event.

Transition

Our transition is divided by event and racked by number. We only put 6 bikes per 10 foot race, lots of space. Transition flow is fair and equal to every participant.

Bike Repair

Bicycle World will be onsite in transition for all your pre-race repair needs.

Race Photos

Photos are free. Volunteer photographers will be on site. The race photos will be uploaded to our photo gallery ASAP after the event. We have multiple volunteer photographers on course taking photos available for download post-event.

Post-Race Services

The following will be available free of charge after you complete your race: Physiotherapy , Massage Therapy and Active Release Technique.