Fun, Flat and Fast Duathlon! Our course is CLOSED to traffic and will be USAT certified as it has been the last 3 years. Our event has fantastic awards worth over $1000. Overall winners will win a pure .999 4oz Silver bar. 2nd/3rd place Overall, Masters 40+, Snr. Masters 50+ and 60+ also receive pure silver medals. Age-group awards go 3 deep in 5 year age-groups.
Start along the waters edge on wide cement sidewalk in Rose Starns Park. Head toward E. Mission Bay Dr making a right turn on the sidewalk. Follow sidewalk alongside Sea World Dr. on the running trail. At the traffic light turn right on S. Shores Park Rd (stay inside the cones). Turn right at the blacktop walkway (official will direct you & it will be marked) run briefly until it meets the white cement sidewalk (turn right). Take the sidewalk passing the Blue roofed Rotunda in Rose Starns park and the start line, running to E. Mission Bay Dr, turn left and head to the bike transition at the entrance to Fiesta Island! The course is staffed and clearly marked (1.5mi total)!
Bike Course Description:
To view the 20Km (12.4mi) bike portion of the event click here
Exiting the transition head south on sidewalk on E. Mission Bay Dr. Follow the sidewalk until you reach the running trail alongside of Sea World Dr. Follow trail to traffic light at S. Shore Park Rd. Turn right staying inside the cones. Turn right on the blacktop running path (it will be marked and race official will tell you to turn). Follow path briefly to the white cement walkway turn right. Continue to the blacktop walking path turn right (will be marked & race official will tell you to turn). Follow black top path to E. Mission Bay Dr and proceed to complete a 2nd loop same as the 1st loop, except at ~2.4 mile mark, veer left toward Blue roofed Rotunda in Rose Starns park and take the white cement sidewalk/ramp down to the finish line. The run courses are simple, flat, fast, staffed and clearly marked (2.5mi total)!
To view the Start/Finish line area and Check-in for athletes who live outside of San Diego County (this includes those individuals who live in the extreme North, South and East in San Diego County):