These are the answers to the 5 questions that Rookie Tri is asked the most
More than half the field participating in the 16th annual Rookie Tri are Rookies. That’s amazing! So many new folks being introduced to the sport is great for triathlon. Our main focus is to make Rookie Tri as inviting for new folks as possible. That means answering all the questions that come in! If you’ve wanted to ask a question, but haven’t done so, the answer might be below. These are answers to our 5 most commonly asked questions.
What do I need to bring to packet pick up?
- Current photo ID
- USAT annual membership card. Make sure it is not expired. (Digital copy is okay)
- If you purchased a one-day license, you do not need to bring proof. If you still need a USAT license, you can purchase a one-day or annual license at packet pickup.
Can I pick up a packet for a friend or family member or my relay team members?
No. All High Five Events triathlons are USAT-sanctioned. USAT rules require each participant to show a photo ID and current USAT status while picking up their own packet.
Do I need a wetsuit to participate in the triathlon?
Wetsuits are not required to participate in any High Five Events triathlon. Depending on the water temperature for the event, wetsuits may or may not be legal. Read USAT wetsuit rules here: USAT Swimming Conduct.
How will I know if the event is wetsuit legal?
Water temperatures for the event will be announced on social media the day before and the morning of the race. If the temperature is equal to or lower than 78 degrees a wetsuit can be worn. Review the USAT rules for specific details.
Are headphones allowed?
No. Per USAT rules, bringing personal audio devices on the race course will result in a time penalty.