The race will consist of a 12 mile swim, 11 mile Bike, 3 mile run in that order.
Rules and Instructions
Swim Swim must be completed in 30 minnutes Water depth varies (3 to 13 feet throughout course) Floating Orange Buoys will mark swim course Keep Buoys on left at all times Drifting off course will subject you to Disqualification No swim fins or artificial breathing apparatus may be worn Swim goggles or masks are permitted You must wear a brightly colored cap for your safety and visibility If you have not preiously completed a 12 mile continuous open water swim you should not attempt this event Should you be in need of assistance while in the water, call to one of the several boats which will be nearby Keep at least 20 feet from the old seawall at all times Be careful of the rocky bottom at the swim finish
Bike Only conventional two wheel, non-motorized bicycles are permitted Bicycles must be in good working condition with two functional brakes Ride your bike on the right side of the right traffic lane and no more than two abreast There will be a checkpoint at the far end of the bike course at which you must call out your race number to officials to be to be verified.Also, slow down for this checkpoint absolutely no drafting
Run The bicycle leg finishes at the New Baltimore City Park The run follows the bicycle course Green signs on the road will mark any turns Aid stations will be set up approximately every mile Only registered competitors who have finished the bike will be allowed on the run course Mile markers are at every mile Runners must run on the sidewalk when available
New Baltimore is in southeast Michigan, 30 miles northeast of Detroit, 30 miles southwest of Port Huron