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NIAGARA

Quickly becoming a crowd favourite on the Triathlon circuit! * Minimum age to participate in the Try a Tri is 13 (athlete must be turning 13 before Dec 31st of this year). *Minimum age to participate    Learn More...

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Try-A-Tri ~ 375m - 10K- 2.5K

We often say this is the best Try a Tri event for beginners. The swim in Lake Ontario is actually one of the nicer courses in the Series. The water is clear and if you are a weak swimmer in the Try-A-Tri race you can hug the shore for the entire swim. The Try a Tri Bike Course starts off flat and stays flat for the entire ride. It’s an out and back course with no real technical turns etc. The run course is the flattest in our series with a short section through some trails on the return trip to the finish line. Be sure to celebrate your victory when you finish as FinisherPix will be there to capture your photo at the line!

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Try-A-Tri Relay ~ 375m- 10K- 2.5K

The RELAY option is an excellent way to get involved in the sport without having to do it all! Gather one or two friends or family members and create a team! Each athlete takes one or two of the disciplines and it is a whole lot of FUN! (see course description for triathlon). Each athlete is entitled to all the perks of the individual triathlete (race kit, food, water, Technical Tee etc.) Relay teams have their own area in transition and each bike rack is labeled specifically for that. It also should be noted that the TEAM shares ONE timing chip. The timing chip acts as the exchange baton like you would see at a relay running race. The swimmer begins the race with the chip on their ankle. The biker waits in Transition and once the swimmer returns from the swim, the chip will be exchanged. In order to help the Team keep organized and out of the path of all the other athletes in transition, we also have a relay penn area where the chip exchange will happen. The same will happen for the run portion and once the runner crosses the finish line you can all meet there to celebrate your victory! NOTE: Please have the whole team available at the same time for race kit pick up. All athletes must pick up their kits together and be present to sign their waivers.

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Sprint Triathlon ~ 750m- 25K- 7K

The swim in Lake Ontario is actually one of the nicer courses in the series and it is quickly becoming a crowd favourite. It’s an in-water start very close to the swim exit however you will be able to touch the bottom at the start point. You will start swimming in a westerly direction parallel to the shore. You will be following a rectangular pattern in the water finishing back where you started the swim. The Sprint Bike Course starts off flat for the first couple kilometers before heading up to the top of the escarpment. The climb is less than a kilometer long, however it`s very steep. Compared to Milton, it`s shorter but a bit steeper. A 25 tooth or larger rear cog can make your day a lot easier. Once you crest the hill, it`s a flat and fast loop before descending the same hill you went up. Be aware that the descent has some twists and turns so please use caution, and your brakes. The run course is the flattest in our series with a short section through some trails on the return trip to the finish line. This event is lovely because the site is very compact and makes for a lot of festivity!

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Sprint Duathlon~ 2K- 25K- 7K

Your race begins with a short 2K run just after the triathletes start their race. Walk out to Lake Street (not far from the finish line). Duathletes will gather there about 10 min before their race to receive any last minute pre- race information before beginning. The first 2 K is run on rolling paved roads with a short distance following some hard packed trails. The Sprint Bike Course starts off flat for the first couple kilometers before heading up to the top of the escarpment. The climb is less than a kilometer long, however it`s very steep. Compared to Milton, it`s shorter but a bit steeper. A 25 tooth or larger rear cog can make your day a lot easier. Once you crest the hill, it`s a flat and fast loop before descending the same hill you went up. Be aware that the descent has some twists and turns so please use caution, and your brakes. The run course is the flattest in our series with a short section through some trails on the return trip to the finish line. This event is lovely because the site is very compact and makes for a lot of festivity!

COURSE MAPS

Sprint Swim/Bike~ 750m- 25K

The swim in Lake Ontario is actually one of the nicer courses in the series and it is quickly becoming a crowd favourite. Its an in-water start very close to the swim exit however you will be able to touch the bottom at the start point. You will start swimming in a westerly direction parallel to the shore. You will be following a rectangular pattern in the water finishing back where you started the swim. The Sprint Bike Course starts off flat for the first couple kilometers before heading up to the top of the escarpment. The climb is less than a kilometer long, however it`s very steep. Compared to Milton, it`s shorter but a bit steeper. A 25 tooth or larger rear cog can make your day a lot easier. Once you crest the hill, it`s a flat and fast loop before descending the same hill you went up. Be aware that the descent has some twists and turns so please use caution, and your brakes. Once you make it back to the Transition Area, your race is considered finished. Take your time and cool down then you can return your timing chip to the finish line and get a fresh cold bottle of water to celebrate your achievements!

COURSE MAPS

Sprint Triathlon Relay~ 750m- 25K- 7K

The RELAY option is an excellent way to get involved in the sport without having to do it all! Gather one or two friends or family members and create a team! Each athlete takes one or two of the disciplines and it is a whole lot of FUN! (see course description for triathlon). Each athlete is entitled to all the perks of the individual triathlete (race kit, food, water, Technical Tee etc.) Relay teams have their own area in transition and each bike rack is labeled specifically for that. It also should be noted that the TEAM shares ONE timing chip. The timing chip acts as the exchange baton like you would see at a relay running race. The swimmer begins the race with the chip on their ankle. The biker waits in Transition and once the swimmer returns from the swim, the chip will be exchanged. In order to help the Team keep organized and out of the path of all the other athletes in transition, we also have a relay penn area where the chip exchange will happen. The same will happen for the run portion and once the runner crosses the finish line you can all meet there to celebrate your victory! NOTE: Please have the whole team available at the same time for race kit pick up. All athletes must pick up their kits together and be present to sign their waivers.

Sunday, July 19, 2015
  • Race Kit Pick Up (all races): 7:30 am - 8:45 am
  • Triathlon Start: 9:00 am
  • Duathlon Start: 9:15 am
  • Race Kit Pick Up for Try-A-Tri athletes re-opens: 12 pm
  • Sprint Awards: 12:30 pm
  • Try-a-Tri Start: 1:15 pm
Please NOTE: For those athletes who have not yet registered but still want to race; we will be offering race day sign ups on site during the above registration times. A $5 late registration Fee will be applied. We accept Visa, Mastercard and Cash.

HOW TO GET THERE

QEW Niagara to Bartlett Ave in Grimsby. West (right) off the QEW, North (right) on Bartlett to Lake Street. West (left) on Lake Street to Parking on the left before you reach the race site.

***PRICES BELOW DO NOT INCLUDE HST OR THE SERIES TRIATHLON ONTARIO FEE


  • Try-A-Tri ~ 375m - 10K- 2.5K
  • Try-A-Tri Relay ~ 375m- 10K- 2.5K
  • Sprint Triathlon ~ 750m- 25K- 7K
  • Sprint Duathlon~ 2K- 25K- 7K
  • Sprint Swim/Bike~ 750m- 25K
  • Sprint Triathlon Relay~ 750m- 25K- 7K

PRE-REGISTRATION FEE

  • $47
  • $75
  • $66
  • $66
  • $60
  • $105

LATE REGISTRATION FEE**

  • $57
  • $85
  • $76
  • $76
  • $70
  • $115

REGISTER

** Late Registration Fee is charged if you are entering 2 weeks or less, prior to any race. If you are entering on Race Weekend, add $5 to the Late Registration Fee. *Plus HST and the Series Triathlon Ontario Fee


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