Long Island's oldest and largest triathlon. Cutoff is 1500 entrants. Post Race Western Beef BBQ and Blue Point Brewing Company lager for all participants.
Merchandise awards and trophies to top 10 OA M&F; top 5 Masters M&F; top 5 M&F in all 5 year age groups; Clydesdale and Athena 2 weight divisins each in open and masters
Brooks high quality male and female technical shirts to every entrant
SWIM COURSE: (approximately 1/2 mile) Please seed yourself in the front, middle or back of your wave based on your swim ability. Orange buoys will demark the course. There will be plenty of in-the-water support should anyone need it.
BIKE COURSE: (approximately 9.3 miles) The course heads toward and along the beach at the start, exits out the back of the park (near the marina) at the foot of South Street, and makes a left onto East Main Street. It continues on East Main, and bears right as East Main channels into Cove Road. Head south on Cove Road for about 1.5 miles until you turn Left onto Moores Hill Road. (This uphill is only .3 mile but is very steep). If you walk here please stay to the right!) On the other side of the hill go past the Police booth to Stewart, make a right and continue until Route 25A, make a right and continue west on 25A for about 2 miles (the last mile is uphill).Turn right onto Berryhill Road. This road becomes a very fast downhill and leads to a right turn onto McCouns Lane. Continue on McCouns to a sharp left turn onto East Main Street. There will be 2 way bike traffic for 3 blocks on East Main Street until you cross South Street and East Main Street becomes Audrey Avenue, so please stay to your left and proceed with care. You will be making a right turn to re-enter the Park. Continue to the bike finish (back at the bike racks). Please , please slow down and dismount your bike at the railroad tracks! Once in the Park, bear Right into the transition area and jog to your bike rack area. Download Bicycle Course Map
RUN COURSE: (3.1 miles) Cross over the Long Island Railroad tracks onto Larabee Avenue. Turn left at the traffic light onto West Main Street. Make a right onto Underhill Avenue and a right onto Mill River Road. Turn right onto Glen Cove Road, staying on the left side of the street, and proceed up the very steep hill until you make a left onto Planting Fields Road. Proceed about 100 yards past the entrance to the Planting Fields Arboretum, where you will turn around and return back down Planting Fields Road. Turn right onto Glen Cove Road, and proceed down the hill. Turn left onto Lake Avenue. At the big intersection head straight onto West Shore Road. Make a right immediately past the LIRR overpass onto Beekman Beach and proceed on a 200 yard straightaway to the finish. Download Running Course Map
From Northern State Parkway (Exit 35N) or Long Island Expressway (Exit 41N) go north and bear right onto Route 106. Take Route 106 north and continue for about 4 miles. After crossing over Route 25A, Route 106 becomes one lane in each direction. Stay on Route 106 into thehamlet of Oyster Bay, where it becomes South Street.
Once in the hamlet, go about 6 blocks and make a left turn onto Audrey Avenue. Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park in 4 blocks on your right.
You must be at least 14 years old to compete. The Runner's Edge-TOBAY Triathlon for youngsters ages 8-13 will be the following day Sunday, August 25, 2012
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