Divisions
Come one, come all

Each participant(s) will fall into one of the below categories and be asked to enter the appropriate division on their application for appropriate award presentation.

Age Groups (male and female)

• 19 & Under
• 20-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50-54
• 55-59
• 60-64
• 65-69
• 70-74
• 75-79
• 80-84
• 85 & Over

 

Military / First Responders Division 
The First Responders Division is open to all active and retired public safety personal (FD/PD/EMS/MILITARY/ETC). Proof of status must be provided and will be verified.

Clydesdale / Athena Division 
Participants who meet certain minimum weight requirements (165 females, 220 males) are able to compete in this separate division. Weigh-in will be required at packet pickup. If you do not meet the weight requirements at pickup, you will be placed in your age group.

Buddy Wave 
If you want to complete the race with another participant who is not in your age group (mom, brother, friend, etc.), the Buddy Wave is for you. This will be the last wave of the race. Buddy Wave participants will not be eligible for awards or age group placements but will receive a finisher’s medal and an official time.

First Timers 
If you’re new to the sport and want to start with our other first-time triathletes, join us in our brand new First Timer Wave. This will be the second to last wave. First Timer Wave participants will not be eligible for awards or age group placement but will receive a finisher’s medal and an official time.

Relay Teams
Participants have the option to enter the super sprint or sprint distance relay team, consisting of 2–3 people. You can choose which person will complete each specific discipline. Team members share a single timing chip, which is passed from one team member to another in transition.

NEW! Mixed Relay Teams
Comprised of 4 participants, each completes a super sprint one right after the other. One team member will complete the super sprint triathlon course (swim, bike, run) before tagging the next team member who will then complete the super sprint course and so on until the fourth team member crosses the finish line.  Timing begins when the first team member begins the swim and ends when the last team member crosses the finish line! Team members share a single timing chip, which is passed from one team member to another in transition.

Paratriathlon 
Paratriathlon Division is available to athletes with a medically verified physical, visual, or neurological impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.

Three classification categories include:

  • Ambulatory
  • Wheelchair
  • Visually Impaired