Body Marking happens in front of transition. Each participant will have their numbers written on the top of each arm and above their knees. Their “triathlon age” which is how old they will be on December 31 of the year is written on their right calf. Relay teams get an R on the left calf. Participants must be body marked before entering transition.
Transition will have racks assigned to each age group. It is open racking within your age group. You must be body marked and wearing your athlete wristband before you enter transition. Only participants are allowed in transition, friends and family (including children) must wait outside of transition.
There will be mechanics just outside of transition for any last minute needs and with bike pumps for airing up your tires. Once transition closes, you will not be allowed back in so make sure and arrive early.
Bikes will not be allowed out of Transition until the final cyclist has completed the bike course. It is expected that this will be around 11:o0 AM. Participants will be allowed back into transition after they finish, but bikes may not be removed from the racks. Please be courteous to your fellow participants.
Finish Line Festival
The finish line festival is open to all participants and spectators. Participants will receive free hot food and drinks, as well as other treats. Free water will be available for everyone. There are vendors to visit as well as an awards ceremony.
There is no food & drink for spectators, so they are encouraged to bring food and drinks with them.
Relays will have one chip assigned for the group. The team members will meet in the corral next to the relay rack to exchange the timing chip. After the bike, the team member will rack their bike and then proceed to the corral to pass the chip to the runner.
Team members must wait in the corral and are not allowed to wander in the transition area.
Be sure to have an idea of your teammate’s timing so that you are there when they return. All relay team members receive a finisher medal that can be picked up at the finish line. 2 person relay groups will split the disciplines 2 and 1. Learn more about relays.