Race with us in the 5th annual Airdrie Triathlon! This great pool-swim event kicks off the multisport season. Dust off your bike and get ready to Tri it! Olympic, Sprint, Tri it and Kids of Steel Events for all abilities.
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|Kids of Steel||$45||$50||$55||$60|
|Tri it||$120||$135||$145||$155||Sign Up|
*Registration closes Thursday May 25.
*ENTRIES RECIEVED ON/AFTER MAY 12 ARE NOT GUARANTEED TSHIRTS OR SIZING.
*ENTRY FEES DO NOT INCLUDE GST WHICH IS ADDED DURING THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.
*ADULTS - Entry Fees DO NOT include ATA day-insurance fee ($20) if non-ATA member. If no valid ATA membership is entered, the day-fee will automatically be added.
What do you get for your entry fee? Click here for details
Genesis Place is located at 800 East Lake Blvd NE, Airdrie.
There is ample parking to the WEST of Genesis Place.
Park at the Ron Ebbesen Arena. Please follow the directions of the volunteers upon arrival.
The bike check is not required.
** Note: ALL ADULT Athletes must be checked into transition by 7:45am to ensure there is no conjestion in the transition area.
** KIDS OF STEEL race day checkin details to follow.
Olympic = 1500m (60 lengths) | Sprint = 750m (30 lengths) | Tri It = 300m (12 lengths)
KIDS OF STEEL: Under 7yrs = 50m | 8-9 Yrs = 100m | 10-11Yrs = 150m
The swim course will take place at Genesis Place Pool (800 East Lake Blvd NE, Airdrie) (25m). We will start 4 athletes per lane and you will complete your # of lengths of the pool. Volunteers will be on hand to count your laps and will put a flutterboard in the water when you have 2 lengths remaining. You will be assigned a wave # and start time which will be posted on the website & package pick-up locations, as well as posted at the race start. Athletes are asked that if they are feeling any trouble or difficulty during the swim portion to either raise their hand and a lifeguard will be there to assist you within seconds. We would like to thank the staff at the Genesis Place for their support of this event.** note the swim is 'continuous feed' - after the first start, when one athlete exits their lane, we send another to fill their spot. Be on deck well in advance of your estimated start time.
Olympic = 33.5Km (2 laps) | Sprint = 20Km (1 lap) | Tri It = 10Km (1 'half' lap)
Duathlon = 33.5km (2 laps)
KIDS OF STEEL: Under 7yrs = 1.5km(1 lap) | 8-9 Yrs = 3km(2 laps) | 10-11Yrs = 4.2km (3 laps)
**Due to traffic flow, the facility has requested that we use the pathway system to access East Lake Rd. Not ideal, but decent given our options.
**Both the sprint and tri it events will exit transition to the north of the facility along the pathway system. Athletes will walk/run their bikes to the mount line on the pathway (appx 400m). Follow the pathway to East Lake Rd.
** there will be no passing of cyclists within the park or parking lot when getting onto East Lake Rd. Please ride single file.
** Anyone posing a danger to themselves or anyone else including the public, will be immediately disqualified.
**When heading North on East Lake Blvd (from Yankee Valley Blvd), athletes will have the right lane closed for our use. Please keep your heads up at all times as there are 3 intersections where vehicles still can cross. We will have flagpersons at these points allowing you through, but please be aware of any vehicles.
Following East Lake Rd to the right, athletes will turn Right onto Hwy 567. Staying on the shoulder, athletes will take another Right turn onto Range Rd 291. Follow this south to Range Rd 270/ Yankee Valley Blvd and head West (right turn). A final Right turn onto East Lake Blvd will bring you back to the entrance to Genesis Place and the transition area!
Olympic distance athletes will complete the same route as the Sprint event, but will do two (2) full laps of the stretch along Hwy 567.
Exiting transition, KOS athletes will ride completely within the park on the paved trail system.
U7 athletes will do 1 lap, 8-9yr olds will do 2 laps and 10-11yr olds will do 4 laps.
Please keep in mind that the course will be open to vehicle traffic, and you are to treat this event as any other training ride and be very road wise while on the course. Vehicles will always have the right of way at intersections, and we will have volunteers to stop traffic when athletes are approaching, but remember you are responsible for your own safety while out on the course, and accidents can happen.
Please remember to look around you while on the course to foresee any unfortunate incidents that can occur. Remember to have fun on the course, and keep safety at the utmost priority.
THE RUN Map
Olympic = 10Km (4 laps) | Sprint = 5Km (2 lap) | Tri It = 2.5Km (1 lap)
Duathlon = 10km first run, 5km second run
KIDS OF STEEL: Under 7yrs = 500m(1 lap) | 8-9 Yrs = 1km(2 laps) | 10-11Yrs = 2.1km (3 laps)
The run will travel from the transition area and consist of 1 (tri it), 2(sprint), or 4(Olympic) laps of the course. Exiting transition to the south east, athletes will follow the pathway behind Bert Church High School and onto the paved trail system. A hard left turn will take athletes north along the trail to a T-intersection. Turning Right athletes will follow the trail to do a counter-clockwise loop to return around the south side of the lake taking athletes to the finish, or to begin the next lap.
KOS ATHLETES - Map
From Transition you will follow the paved trail to complete your lap (500m).
U7 athletes will do 1 lap, 8-9yr olds will do 2 laps and 10-11yr olds will do 3 laps.
Please be sure you drink lots of fluids on the bike course, as well as take advantage of the two aid stations on the run course for each lap. The weather can be unpredictable so please dress appropriately.
Volunteers will be on hand to marshal the course and signage will indicate turns etc
Please wear your race number on the front of your jersey/t-shirt (no bare chests allowed).
THE TRANSITION Map
The Airdrie Army Cadets will be our charity of choice for this years event! They will be supplying our event volunteers. Please support them.
3016 Airdrie Army Cadets is a non-profit organization that caters to both boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 19. The program is administered through National Defense and consists of learning the following.
The list goes on but more details can be found on our website at www.airdriecadets.com.
There is no cost for registration and uniforms are provided throughout their Cadet career. There are many opportunities within Army Cadets which include Summer Camp, Int’l Exchanges, Para Jump Course and even the possibility of trekking to the first base camp of Mount Everest. There are also numerous opportunities for adventure excursions which can include ice climbing in Kananaskis and various paddling or biking excursions.