"GOTTA TRI" KIDS TRIATHLON

Bring your “Tiny Tot” (Ages 3-6) or “True Trooper” (Ages 7-9) for a fun afternoon of kid-friendly triathlon activities!  Event course is modified for age group levels, with each group having their own course.  Participants will run, bike, and get wet as they make their way to the finish line where everyone receives a medal.  Distances for each age group are as follows:   Bike Ride: 1/4 Mile for Ages 3-6 and 1/2 Mile for Ages 7-9, Run/Walk: 200 Yards for Ages 3-6 and 1/2 Mile for Ages 7-9.  A family member must assist each Tiny Tot as they make their way through the course.

 

This unique event is recreational (not competitive) and encourages young kids to get out and get active!  Bring a bicycle or tricycle (with helmet) and wear tennis shoes and comfortable athletic clothing that can get wet at the end.  Parents should wear comfortable athletic clothing as well.  No swimming will take place, but participants will get wet as they make their way towards the finish line.

Ages 3-9 • Sunday, September 15, 2019 • Rain Date: September 22

SCHEDULE & INFORMATION

Date

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Rain Date: September 22

Location

Springbrook Pool/Alcoa Duck Pond Area

Check-in Times

For Ages 3-6  Between 1:30-2:30 PM as you arrive.

For Ages 7-9  Between 2:45-3:45 PM as you arrive.  No early check-ins due to 3-6 yr. old event.

Event Times

For Ages 3-6  2:00-3:00 PM (Groups start every 5 minutes on a first come/first serve basis).  Course closes promptly at 3PM.

 

For Ages 7-9  3:15-4:15 PM (Groups start every 5 minutes on a first come/first serve basis).  Course closes promptly at 4:15PM.

Cost

$10.00 if pre-registered at Parks & Rec. or online by Fri., Sept. 13 at Noon

$15.00 day of event

Cost includes a t-shirt and medal. *T-shirts guaranteed for pre-registered, while supplies last for day-of registrants.

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