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|Distance: 3.5mi Swim30mi Bike13.1mi Run|
|Distance: 1.75mi Swim13.25mi Bike6.2mi Run|
|Distance: 500yd Swim13mi Bike5mi Run|
The Ollie Even Up offers a traditional 6.2 mile (10K) run, but
with a shorter, 13.25 mile bike and a much longer 1.75 mile swim (one
loop) in Lake Seymour. This event is also capped at 50 participants.
Because the Aquaman and Ollie involve real open water swimming legs, we
feel it is important for safety reasons to limit the numbers in the
water to assure sufficient support during the swim.
Our more traditional Sprint involves the same distances we have offered the past six years: a 500 yard swim, a 13 mile bike, concluding with a 5 mile run. The cap on this one is 100 participants.
Individual entries and three person relay teams are welcome in all events.
There are special prizes for that team of four individual participants in the Aquaman, Ollie, and Sprint with the fastest cumulative time: The Stick, was won by the Boston Triathlon Team in 2010. It was put back in play in 2011 and won by the Quebec Nordiques, who have since been fined a bottle of Maple Whiskey for excessive celebration. Massachusetts reclaimed it in 2012, only to have the Nordiques reclaim it in 2013. A grand tradition of cross border rivalry. For some photos of 2011 click here or here, A new prize has been created for the fastest team of four in The Ollie. The Rocks were won by Quebec in 2012 and captured by the US in 2013. This year will be the first year we will also be awarding a team prize in the Sprint. Each team of individual entrants will be measured on the fastest four individuals collective time. The prize has yet to be determined.