Island Lake Triathlon Sprint and Olympic Presented by O'Callaghans
Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 7:30 AM
8/8/10- 152 slots left
One of Michigans premier sprint triathlons in the state. Supported by topnotch finish line food provided by O'Callaghans. We will see you at Island Lake a favorite training for many of us. Come out and beat your time from the May event.
Sprint 0.5 mile swim, 12.4 mile bike, 3.1 mile run.
Olympic 0.9 mile swim, 24.8 mile bike, 6.2 mile run.
$60.00 USAT member
$70.00 Non-USAT member
$120.00 Relay USAT members
(prices raised $5 on August 8th)
Field Limit 500
Registration includes: Zorrel Dri-Balance event t-shirt, , aid station: Hammer products & water by Buschs, goodie bag, swim caps, Championchip timing, and a USAT sanctioned venue.
Average Water Temp. for August is 75 degrees Swim Course: Sprint 800m (0.5 mile) Olympic (0.9 mile)
Sprint:The swim will take place at Kent Lake located in the northeast corner of the park. The course will swim in triangular clockwise pattern, starting and finishing by the beach area. Olympic 2 laps above course
Bike Course: Sprint 12.4 miles Olympic 24.8 miles
The bike course will begin in the main parking lot just south of the beach/transition area. The course starts by making a right out of the parking lot staying on the main and only park road-heading west. The course has a few flat sections but mainly consists of small hills and sweeping turns. Course will continue for 5.5 miles till a turn around point and aid station at Island Lake and Dodge shelter area (refer to map). Heading back athletes will go pass the beach/transition area, heading towards the Hickory shelter for another turn around. This end section ads on the remaining 1.4mi to complete the 12.4 bike course. Olympic athletes will do 2 laps
Run Course 3.1 miles (refering to the map a small .6 mile extension has been added running into Kensington)
The run course beginning out of the transition area will go to the right it is a modifided out and back course with 80% paved trail 20% grass conditions. It has a few steep hills down by the lake and is flat on the top on the south end of the course. Their will be 1 aid station for the sprint and 2 for the Olympic distance The race will end by the canoe launch area to the west of the transition 2 laps for olympic athletes
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Bronze annual membership: $39
Silver annual membership: $100
Gold annual membership: $200
Youth annual membership (under 18)
Refund Transfer Policy
Element Events Inc. will offer a 50% refund on your entry fees (not including your Active.com fee) for all athletes registered before July 1st, 2010. All refund request must be submitted in writing by July 1st, 2010 to:
Element Events Inc.
P.O. Box 88
South Lyon, MI 48178
Any Questions, please call Jim at 734-845-7559 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Element Events will offer a transfer policy on upcoming 2010 events. Your transfer will NOT be accepted for 2011 events. $20 will be charged to transfer your entry among any of the 2010 Element Event triathlon events. TRANSFER must be equal value. Athletes are NOT allowed to sell or gift their registration to another athlete
In accordance with Element Events Inc., park officials, city officials and local law enforcement has the authority to cancel any of the events for emergency purposes such as, but not limited to, inclement weather. If such emergency conditions force cancellation, refunds cannot be provided since funds will have been spent in preparation for Race Day. T-shirts will be distributed.
Age Group awards to top 3 in each group male and female: 0-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60+
Relay top 3,Overall winner male and female. Masters Male and Female