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Cascades Edge Triathlon ~ Results

Race Details
 
Events:

Cascades Edge Olympic Triathlon

: Swim 1500 meters, Bike 24.9 miles, Run 6.2 miles

Cascades Edge Sprint Triathlon

: Swim ½ mile, Bike 11.2 miles, Run 2.8 miles

Cascades Edge Olympic Duathlon

: Bike 24.9 miles, Run 6.2 miles

Tri iT (novice) Triathlon

: Swim ¼ mile, Bike 11.2 miles, Run 2.8 miles
Race Date: Saturday, June 21, 2008
Start Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Nolte State Park
Address: 5 miles North of Enumclaw, WA
City/State/Zip: Enumclaw, Washington 98022
Country: USA
Race Website: www.racecenter.com/cascadesedg...
 
Description:
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  • Course Info:
    COURSE INFORMATION:
  • Swim: Open water counter clockwise swim (water temperature in the mid 60s).
  • Large white swim buoys (60" diameter) will designate the swim course.
  • Kayakers, resident penguins and medics and will be positioned on the water to support the swimmers.
  • Medical (local Fire Department) support will be present at the finish line.
  • Water temperature is expected to be around 65 degrees. A full wetsuit is recommended but not required.
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    SWIM TO BIKE TRANSITION
  • Swimmers will exit the water and cross the timing mats on their way into the transition area.
  • TEAMS must make a conversion by touching fingertips at the designated "team tag" location within the transition zone.
  • The finishing team swimmer must turn in their Timing Chip at this time.
  • Participants must walk or run their bike out of the transition area and cross the timing mats before beginning their ride.
  • Also, helmets must be worn and fastened prior to mounting your bike.
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    Bike:
  • Olympic Tri & DU- looped ride over quiet country roads, flat to rolling hills.
  • Head north out of Nolte State Park on Veazie Cumberland and Cumberland/Kanaskat Roads to the junction of Retreat Kanaskat and Kanaskat/Kangley Roads.
  • Continue counterclockwise around the loop on Kanaskat/Kangley Rd, and SE 272nd St.
  • There will be a 2.4-Mile out-and-back section on SE 272nd St to the west towards the city of Kent before completing the loop on Retreat Kanaskat Rd back to the junction.
  • The course then heads back south to Nolte State Park.
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  • Sprint Tri - out and back on quiet county roads, flat to rolling hills.
  • Begin by traveling north on Veazie Cumberland and Cumberland/Kanaskat Roads to the turn-around at the junction of Retreat Kanaskat and Kanaskat/Kangley Roads, then south back to Nolte State Park.
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    BIKE TO RUN TRANSITION
  • After making the transition, runners will exit the transition area running over a second set of timing mats and follow the markings taking them directly to the run course.
  • TEAMS: The cyclist must rack their bike and make the conversion by touching the fingertips of their teammate at the designated "team tag" location within the transition zone.
  • The finishing team cyclists must turn in their Timing Chip at this time.
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  • Run: Quite country roads (paved) with a finish inside Nolte State Park on a wide, beautiful nature trail (1.4-mile) that circles the Lake.
  • NOTE: Sprint & Tri-iT athletes will not run outside the park, but will run TWO loops around the lake.
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    2008 Results: www.findaraceevent.com/results.aspx?RaceId=1575
    Previous Results: www.findaraceevent.com/results.aspx?RaceId=1575
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