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YMCA Triathlon

The YMCA Y Tri will be Saturday, September 14 at the Bill Bartley branch, 5001 Bartley Drive.  The event is a 300, swim, 14.36 mile bike and 5K run. 

It starts at 8 a.m.  For more information, call (940) 761-1000.


Awards:

1st Overall Male/Female & Master Overall Male/Female
First, second, third for age groups:
10-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+

Entry Fee:
Through Aug. 31: $35.00
Sept. 1-Sept. 9: $40.00
Sept. 10-14 (in person only): $45.00
Online registration available at www.active.com.
Make checks payable to the YMCA.
No refunds will be given.
Only early participants registered by Sept 1st are guaranteed to receive an event t-shirt.

Packet Pick-up:
Friday, Sept. 13 2pm-6:15 pm
Bill Bartley Branch YMCA
5001 Bartley Drive
Wichita Falls, TX. 76302


Late Registration and Same Day Registration-:
They will accept day before and same day registrations, but you will enter the pool behind all pre-registered participants.
This is not a USAT sanctioned event, but we will follow USAT rules. ABSOLUTELY NO DRAFTING WILL BE ALLOWED.
SNELL or DOT approved bicycle helmet required and is to be buckled at all times when on your bike.
Management reserves the right to delay the start, alter or cancel event to enhance the safety of all participants and volunteers-.
 
Course Description:
The swim will be a up and back pool swim with the fastest swimmer starting first. Swimmers will start in 30 second increments. The bike ride will be south on Stone Lake to Rathgeber, east to Hammond Rd and then north to the turn around, just before the 287 service road. The run will be a 5K, south on Stone Lake and west on Rathgeber to the turn around.
The bike and run are both out and back courses. We will have law enforcement monitoring the busy intersections, but bikers and runners are responsible for their own safety and obeying all traffic laws.
 

 

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