The Fronhofer Tool Triathlon continues to be one of the most popular local races with record setting registration numbers each year.
The Olympic Distance race will once again be a Best Of The US Qualifier. If you think you have what it takes to represent New York against all the other top age-groupers in the US this is your chance. FTT is the only qualifying race for this incredible opportunity.
The Sprint race continues to be a favorite race for those athletes who like fast courses. If you havent tried itgive it a tri! If you are new to the sport this is a great way to get introduced into this very addictive sport.
Then there is the Double race, for those extreme athletes who dare to compete in both races in one day. Its always shocking to see how many people challenge themselves each year.
Of course we will continue to offer the ever popular kids race as well. This event is definitely the highlight of the weekend. Last year we had over 150 kids out on the course. What a thrill for the kids, parents, and supportive spectators.
All athletes must be off the course by 1:00. Any athlete still on the course after 1:00 will be brought back to the start by the follow-up vehicle.
Swim 1.5 K (1500 meters) map Bike 40 K (24.8 miles) map Run 10K (6.2 miles) map
Entry Fees & Registration:
USAT License $12: At packet pickup, all individual participants must sign the USAT waiver and show their USAT membership card or pay $12.00 for a one day pass. Each team member must sign a waiver and pay a $12.00 USAT fee. If you would like a USAT membership click here.
We hope this will give those beginner triathletes a chance to participate in the fun. We also thought it would be a perfect opportunity for those die hard triathletes to prove how crazy they are and participate in both events!
Swim: .5 mile
Bike: 14.5 mile
Run: 3.1 mile
The Sprint race will take place on August 4 @ 2:00. We are hoping that the time gap between the Olympic distance race and the Sprint race will give the morning athletes time to clear out of the park and those athletes who dare to race in both races time to rest their legs.