|Swim: 0.93mi / 1,500m||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
This counter clockwise, rectangular course will start and finish at the boat ramp where athletes will keep all buoys on their left. Olympic athletes will pass the first green buoy and turn left at the second. The Washington County Search & Rescue Dive Team will be on hand to support all athletes so if you need a rest while in the water, waive your arms or simply swim to the nearest kayak. You can hold on to any vessel without penalty as long as there is no forward propulsion. If you need to cut your swim short for any reason, let a water support team member know, and they will bring you in to shore, just please remember to turn in your timing chip when you get there.
|Bike: 24.8mi / 40k
All athletes will exit T1 at the South end, ride to the main road and make a TIGHT left-hand turn. (You will have accelerated quite a bit at this point, so please be safe making this turn.) About 3.3 miles down this road you will hit “The Hill”, which will last less than a mile but is about a 6% grade. After making a right-hand turn on 3000 S you will go all the way to the ‘T’ in the road and make another right on 1100 W. In about 2.5 miles, where the road dead ends, you will turn around, pass 3000 S & continue to the second turnaround. On your way back you will turn right onto 3000 S and return the way you came. There will be one opportunity to fuel up on this course, at or near mile 19, and both cattle guards will be completely covered.
|Run: 6.2mi / 10k||Interactive Map||Printable PDF|
Begin your run at the north end of T2, follow the chute out to the main road and turn left. Although runners will be separated from cyclists, they will share the same course so please be very careful to follow police & marshal directions. Once you reach your turnaround, come on back the way you came to cheers at the finish line! There will be three aid stations on this course, allowing for six opportunities to fuel up!