2013 Krueger Pool Triathlon:
The City of Beloit, Parks and Leisure Services Division, proudly presents the Krueger Pool Triathlon.
400 yard swim (1/4 mile) 15 mile bike trek 3.2 mile run (5K)
All proceeds will benefit the beautiful and historical natatorium in Beloit, Wisconsin.
Volunteers are needed! Please call Spencer Waite, Triathlon Event Coordinator, (608) 364-2890 Ext 2.
Race will begin at 8:00am SHARP!
Start/Register at Krueger Pool, 1700 Hackett Street.
Bike and run end at the upper parking lot (House and Hackett Street).
Parking available at the Boys & Girls Club (185 1 Moore Street).
Water and Shower available at the natatorium.
This course is very spectator friendly!
Route will be marked with arrows and signs. Volunteer guides will be on corners as available.
Race participants are responsible for their own bikes and equipment.
City of Beloit/Krueger Pool staff and volunteers will not be responsible for lost or stolen items.
Every racer MUST wear a bike helmet.
There is no be no outside assistance on any part of the course.
No buoyancy suits, fins or snorkels allowed.
No drafting will be permitted.
Ages 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, and 65+.
A Clydesdale individual division is established for men over 200 lbs and women over 150 lbs.
A special 13-14 year old division is also available.
Awards will be given as a first, second, and third place individual award only.
There is no overall youth individual award given.
A youth team winning first, second, and third place will receive an award. Participants in this division will race last. Parents may accompany racers.
Awards will be given to the top overall places in the male, female, and Clydesdale categories. First, second, and third place awards will be given in the team category.
The overall male and female will also win the first place award in their age category including the Clydesdale category.
A souvenir shirt, snacks, and beverages are provided to each participant.
Warm ups will be allowed in the pool until the race starts.
After the race starts, NO ONE other than racers may be in the water.
Competitors will enter the pool at 10 second intervals according to established swim time (faster swimmers first).
Please line up by the signs at the deep end of the pool before 7:45am so we can begin promptly.
Make sure your number is visible on your arms and legs.
Pre-race meeting will be held promptly at 7:45am.
The first swimmer will enter the water at 8:00am and swimmers will follow at 10 second intervals. These times will be adjusted according to entry time.
Swimmers will swim a serpentine course and must stay within guide ropes. Lane Marshals will be checking for completion of each lane and failure to do so will result in disqualification.
Drafting is NOT permitted.
Drafters will be disqualified and notifications of disqualifications will appear on the final results.
There will be Race Marshals patrolling the course and their decisions will NOT be open to contest.
Anyone considered cheating or exhibiting bad sportsmanship in any part of the race will be disqualified.
Bike and run courses have been marked. Volunteers with flags will be at corners as available, however, competitors are responsible for knowing the course.
Please review the course map.
Bikers and runners must follow the traffic laws.
There are intersections at which we cannot provide squad cars or flag persons. You are responsible to stop and yield when necessary.
Please watch for sand, gravel, large pavement cracks, and pot holes on the course.
Corners have been pre-swept and pot holes have been spray painted, but special care is still necessary.
We are not responsible for damage caused to you or your bike by roadway conditions.
Your safety and that of others riding near you is at risk, so use caution.