Join hundreds of athletes on June 29 at the Morse Park Summer Triathlon & Duathlon!
This event takes place at beautiful Morse Park & Beach. Participation is limited to 400 individuals and 50 teams.
Date - June 29, 2019
Time - 8:00AM
Location - Morse Park & Beach
Triathlon - 600 yard Swim, 15 mile Bike, 3 mile Run
Duathlon - 2 mile run, 15 mile bike, 3 mile run
Team Relay - 2 to 3 person team (1 person swims/runs, 1 person bikes, 1 person runs)
Whether this is your 1st or 101st triathlon, please review our pre-race instructions HERE!
All participants will receive an awesome, soft-style T-shirt!
Please note that shirts will be ordered in mens’ sizing. Choose accordingly when registering!
Overall, Age-Group and Division Awards
Stick around after you finish as we recognize our top finishers! The Awards Ceremony will take place immediately following the event.
- Triathlon Individuals - Top 3 Male/Female
- Duathlon Individuals - Top 1 Male/Female
Age Group Awards
- Triathlon - Top 3 Males & Females
- Duathlon - Top 1 Male & Female
- Age Ranges:
14-17, 18-20, 21-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40- 4, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60- 64, 65-69,
70-74, 75 and above.
Fat Tire & Clydesdale/Athena Awards - Top 3 Male/Female
- Clydesdale (220+ lbs) - Age 39 and under, and Age 40 and above
- Athena (165+ lbs) - Age 39 and under, and Age 40 and above
Team Relay Awards- Top 3 in each division
Males must be 220+ lbs and females must be 165+ lbs to qualify
for the Clydesdale or Athena Divisions. Competing in one of these divisions will
make you ineligible for age group awards.
There are also TWO age groups for these division - 39 and under and 40 plus.
In order to qualify for the Fat Tire division, you must have a
mountain bike with a minimum of 1.5 inch tires and uprt handle bars.
Competing in Fat Tire will make you ineligible for age group awards. There will
be both a male and female Fat Tire division.
The event will be timed using the IPICO multi-sport timing tag system. Each participant will be given a timing tag that will need to be secured properly to the provided ankle strap. The ankle strap, with the timing tag attached, MUST be worn around your ankle during the duration of the event.
If you are a participant on a relay team, the timing tag and ankle strap will serve as your relay "baton" and will be passed to each team participant as they finish their portion of the event.
We ask that all athletes finish the event in a reasonable amount of time. Race officials have the ability to stop or disqualify any athletes who does not meet the time limits as follows:
Swim must be completed within 30 minutes of the start of race
Bike course must be completed within 1 hr and 30 minutes from start of race
Run course must be completed with 2 hr and 15 minutes from start of race
There will be two water stations located on the
course. The first will be located at the run exit of the transition area and the
second will be at the half way point of the run course. Additional refreshments
and snacks will be provided at the finish line.
Results will be posted under the Results tab above after the
Limited parking will be available inside of Morse Park. Parking will also be available in the middle school parking lot off of Hague Road, just north of 196th Street. If you park in a neighborhood please be respectful to not block driveways. Please allow enough time to park, and walk or ride to the park.
Interested in Volunteering?
Not sure you are
ready for a triathlon? Come out and volunteer! Volunteering is a great way to
get involved, have fun, and learn all about the sports of triathlon and duathlon.
If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out and submit our Volunteer Form. Our events would not be a success without our dedicated and helpful volunteers!
These events are sanctioned by the USA Triathlon. All USAT rules will be enforced. Please visit https://www.teamusa.org/usa-triathlon for information on rules and regulations as well as information for those interested in obtaining a USA Triathlon License. The event is limited to ages 14 and above.