The KTown reserves the right to limit registrations in any of the courses.
In the last several years we reached capacity and
had to turn people away. To avoid this happening to you, register early.
|Swim 2000m, Bike 56.2km, Run 15km
|8:00 deep water start off dock, be prepared to enter water at 7:50
|Swim 750m, Bike 30km, Run 7.2km
|9:00 start off pier, be prepared to enter water at 8:50
|Run 4km, Bike 30km, Run 7.2km
|start at finish line at 9:00 am
|Follows the long course routes.
|same as long course
|Race Kit Pickup
|Gears and Grinds Bike Shop, 42 Queen St,
Saturday August 4th, 2012
, 3:00 to 6:00 pm and at the transition zone race
morning, from 6:00 to 7:00 am.
There will be no waiting list.
We are sanctioned by the Ontario Association of Triathletes.
The water temperature is almost always in the low 70s.
The water can range from flat to very choppy, depending on the wind. Be prepared for rough water, and be pleasantly surprised
if it is calm !
For this reason, wetsuits are always recommended. The short course is a deep water start off the pier beside transition, and follows a triangular course.
The long course
is an in-water start, out and back course.
The bike course is along highway #2. The road is shared with motorized traffic. There is a 3 foot paved shoulder
most of the course. The course is rolling hills with one or two
good climbs. We sweep the course prior to race day.
The run has flat sections with a few medium sized hills. There is not much shade, but every kilometer has a water station
with water, ELoad and sponges.
Directions to Event
Transition is located on Ontario St right in front of City Hall.
From the 401 take Division St exit south to Princess St, left on Princess St to bottom, right on Ontario St.
Race Information and Answers
|*** Race Information and Answers ***
|2010 Athlete's Information Sheet and Rules
|Quick Facts or FAQ
|We will offer $1800 total prize money. This is split evenly between Long Course Tri, Short Course Tri, Duathlon, Male and Female
overall winners (regardless of Elite or Age Group status.). Amounts are
- 1st Place: $150
- 2nd Place: $100
- 3rd Place: $50
There are, of course, also awards for all age group categories in all courses.
Lost and Found, Email to [email protected]
- OAT fees are included in the race fee, but remember, OAT members must bring your OAT (or other Provincial
Triathlon Association) card, or you will be charged a one day membership.
- Clydesdales: OAT is recommending the races do not offer a Clydesdale category in 2010.
- Age Requirements:
You must be at least 16 years of age by Dec 31
to race at the KTown Tri. No exceptions.
If you are not 16 years old, you can race in one of the Kids of Steel races
Athletes 16, 17 or 18 years of age are eligible for the KTown Tri Short Course or Duathlon, and may be eligible for the Kids
of Steel races.
Check the Links on the left for information on those races.
If you are not at least 18 years of age on Race Date, you must have a parent or guardian
present when you pick up your race kit, to sign the waiver.