General Information & Rules

Olympic Distance Triathlon: 1.5k Swim – 40k Bike – 10k Run
Relay Teams (Olympic and Sprint Distance Triathlons)
Sprint Triathlon: 0.5k Swim – 20k Bike – 5k Run
Duathlon: 5k Run – 40k Bike – 10k Run

Each participant is responsible to know the race course. There will be volunteers and markings, but a little knowledge beforehand will go a long way. A course map is available on the CdA Triathlon website; no paper maps will be printed.

All athletes are strongly advised to attend the pre-race informational meeting on Friday night before race day at 6:00pm at the city park band shell. If you have specific questions regarding the race/course, bring them to the pre-race meeting. Make sure you know the course! The course will be well marked, but knowing the course ahead of time will help you greatly.

We are not able to accommodate para-athletes without prior notification at least 6 weeks prior to race day.

(If water conditions do not allow for the swim portion of the race to be conducted, the race will be held as a Duathlon)

Minimum race age for all USAT sanctioned races is 14 years old – NO EXCEPTIONS!

Olympic swimmers,
please be prepared to
tread water for
up to 5 minutes

General Information

  • The City Park restrooms are behind the stage area, and there are portable sanitation units by the transition area. While on the run, there are restrooms in the city park and by the boat ramps just before entering Tubbs Hill.
  • Teams: All team members must be present to receive swim cap, race number and shirts. All team members will be body marked with a team race number.
  • Transition Area: Transition area opens Saturday at 5am and closes at 1pm. Please clear out of the transition area as soon as possible. Be early; parking can be difficult. Your body must be marked before you are allowed into the transition area.
  • NO ONE is allowed in the transition area on bike path area unless you are a participating athlete. Absolutely no family members or friends please.
  • This race will comply with USAT Competitive Rules, Article IV “Swimming Conduct”, Section 4.4 “Wet Suits” regarding to temperature ranges and use of wet suits, and eligibility for prizes and awards.
  • Bikes must have the bike tag on them. Identification to get your bike out of the transition area must match your body number or your race number. This is for you and your property’s protection. Only competitors with a race number or body marking are allowed in the transition area. Please keep your family and friends out of the area. For your safety and security, this will be enforced.
  • There will be a photo booth at the finish line.

After The Race

In the CDA Triathlon Village


Results will be posted live during the race next to the city park band shell  They will also be posted online at Across the Line Timing, visit their website at or use the link on the results page at Results will not be mailed.

An after race complimentary food item will be provided to all athletes. Food items will be available for purchase to family, friends and spectators.

Awards Are Given in the Following Categories

Olympic Distance Triathlon:
  • Top three, male and female
  • Top three, male and female USAT age groups
  • Top Clydesdale and Athena
Triathlon Relay Teams:
  • Top all-male team
  • Top all-female team
  • Top co-ed
Scenic Sprint:
  • Top three, male and female
  • Top three, male and female USAT age groups
  • Top Clydesdale and Athena (Men over 200lbs and women over 150 lbs)
  • Top overall male and female