|RACE DATE: JULY 22, 2018|
|Friday, July 21, 2017|
|2:00 pm||Expo Opens; and Race Packet Pickup Begins|
|2:00 pm||Race Briefing I|
|4:00 pm||Race Briefing II|
|6:00 pm||Race Briefing III|
|7:00 pm||Expo Closes|
|Saturday, July 22, 2017|
|9:00 am||Expo Opens; and Race Packet Pickup Begins|
|9:00 am||Race Briefing I|
|10:00 am||TTF Gold Member Event|
|11:00 am||Race Briefing II|
|12:00 pm||Mandatory and Only Race Briefing for the Triathlon Ontario Cup Series Races|
|12:00 pm||Swim Course
|2:30 pm||Race Briefing III|
|4:00 pm||Race Briefing IV|
|4:30 pm||Expo Closes|
|Sunday, July 23, 2017|
|5:30 am||Transition Opens for Olympic Distance Race|
|6:50 am||RACE - Olympic Distance Race Starts|
|8:00 am||Transition Opens for Sprint Distance Races|
|9:20 am||RACE - Triathlon Ontario Cup Series Races Start|
|9:25 am||RACE - Age Group Draft Legal Sprint Race Starts|
|9:30 am||RACE - Sprint Distance Race Starts|
YOU ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR FIRST
EVERY triathlete has a “my first triathlon” story.
If it’s a middle-aged parent of 2 or an elite cyclist turned swimmer / runner, you have to start somewhere. Why does this matter? Because ya don’t know until ya know. And that’s okay. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.
You’re going to feel way less embarrassed if you ask what to wear under your wetsuit than if you just assume everyone comes into T1 (transition one) in a naked free for all.
Chances are you are not alone, so ask away…
CAPTAIN OBVIOUS? Not Necessarily
What is triathlon?
What is the distance?
Try-a-Tri: Swim, 350 m; Bike, 10 km; Run, 2.5 km
Sprint: Swim, 750 m; Bike, 20 km; Run, 5 km
Olympic: Swim, 1500 m; Bike, 40 km; Run, 10 km
70.3: Swim, 1900 m; Bike, 90 km; Run, 21.1 km
Iron: Swim, 3800 m; Bike, 180 km; Run, 42.2 km