ABOUT THIS EVENT:
The event includes an Olympic Distance Triathlon and Duathlon, as well as a Sprint Distance Triathlon, all of which will be included in the TRI NorthWest Rankings and open to athletes of all ages and abilities in individual and team competition.
Also included is the Tri-iT Novice (Timed but non-competitive) Triathlon, which includes a shortened, 1/4mi swim, with bike and run distances the same as the Sprint Tri.
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The Hagg Lake course is famous for its race history, scenic beauty, and challenge.
The swim is a 1500 meter triangular with water temperatures in the mid 70s.
The bike course is challenging with rolling hills. Cyclists will complete two counter-clockwise loops around the lake. Both loops will include a two mile out and back section on Scoggins Valley Road.
The 6.2 mile run is also scenic and challenging, with an out and back course clockwise along the lake side road.
- - - - - Sprint Distance:
The Sprint course is basically a shortened version of the Olympic distance, which will include a 1/2-mile swim, one complete loop (including one out-and-back on Scoggins Valley Road) on the bike, and a 5k run.
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The Sprint Swim course is shortened to a 1/4 Mile, with the bike including one complete loop (including one out-and-back on Scoggins Valley Road), and a 5k run.
- - - - - Duathlon:
Duathlon participants will begin with a 5k run (out and back) that will head right after reaching the top of the Boat Ramp C entrance road.
The bike portion conists of two counter-clockwise loops around the lake. Each loop will include the two mile out and back section on Scoggins Valley Road.
The 2nd run will be the same 5K course as the first run.
- - - - - Aid Stations:
Water will be provided at approximately each mile on the run (which will provide two water stops for the 5k distance and five water stops for the 10k distance.
- - - - - DETAILS:
Race Results / Timing: In the race packet, each participant will be provided with a pre-coded Timing Chip and ankle strap.
You must wear the Chip on your ankle throughout the race. If wearing a wetsuit there is no problem wearing the Chip under the leg of the wetsuit.
All Chips must be return at the conclusion of the race, or you will be charged a $30 replacement fee.
If you pick up your packet on Friday, and for some reason are unable to attend on race day, you must return the Chip to: AA Sports, Ltd. at 4840 SW Western Avenue, Suite 400, Beaverton, Oregon 97005 in a padded envelop.
If you are going to be USING YOUR OWN CHIP, you must include your Chip Number on your entry form, or inform an official at the Packet Pickup.
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Race fee includes commemorative 100% cotton T-shirt, finisher medal, day use park pass (if pre-registered), ChampionChip Timing, awards and prizes, BBQ Brunch, music, plus lots of fun and camaraderie.
TRI NorthWest members may deduct $10 from the entry fee.
- - - - - IN-PERSON
Participants can drop off registrations to the AA Sports Office (computers are also available for on-line registration) located at 4840 SW Western Avenue, Beaverton, Oregon 97005.
- - - - - FEES:
Individual $70.00 (on or before Aug 20th) Individual $75.00 (between Aug 20th & 28th)
Individual $80.00 (Aug 29 - Aug 30) Packet Pickup
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Team (per person) $35.00 (on or before Aug 20th)
Team (per person) $40.00 (between Aug 20th & Aug 28th)
Team (per person) $45.00 (Aug 29 - Aug 30) Packet Pickup
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Awards: Will be presented to the Overall Male & Female champions, and the Overall Masters Male & Female Champions (Overall Champions will be removed from the individual age division awards). Awards will also be presented to the 1st thru 3rd place finishers in each individual age division, as well as the Open & Masters Clydesdale and Athena divisions. The 1st and 2nd place teams in each relay division will also receive awards.
- - - - - Divisions:
Individuals: 14 & Under, 15-17, 18-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over.
Clydesdales (men 198 lbs & over) and Athenas (women 150 lbs & over) in Open (39 & under) and Masters (40 & over) divisions.
Triathlon Relay Teams: (combined 3 ages) 105 & under and 106 & over in Mens, Womens and Mixed divisions.
No mountain bike divisions in Triathlon.
Duathlon Relay Teams (combined 2 ages): 0-70, 71-90 & 91+ in mens, womens, and mixed divisions (no mountain bike divisions).
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NOTE: Awards Ceremony will commence at the conclusion of the event and winners must pick up their awards.
Awards will not be mailed.
- - - - - ON-SITE MECHANICAL/BIKE SUPPORT
Bicycle Service will be on-site to provide repairs, parts, and accessories. GUESTS
Non-Participant Meal Tickets are available for purchase at packet pickup.
Post Race BBQ - $5.00 ppr
- - - - - LOST AND FOUND:
Any equipment that is unmarked will be returned to the lost and found officials for participants to claim. Please come to the event with all personal belongings marked with your name and/or race number.
- - - - - VOLUNTEERS:
Volunteers, including spouses and other family members of participants, or athletes that are unable to participate are welcome and encouraged to help with the race.
We need good volunteers to maintain the quality and safety of this event. If you are interested in being involved in this way, please call the AA Sports office at (503) 644-6822, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- - - - - MEDICAL & FIRST AID:
Dr. Tom Freedland and his staff from the Western Chiropractic College will be on site to provide chiropractic care, first aid, and massage at no charge.
For more information about the services Dr. Freedland provides please call (503) 684-1273.
- - - - - LODGING & GENERAL VISITOR INFORMATION:
Portland Oregon Visitor Assoc (800) 345-3214 or (503) 222-2223
Oregon Tourism Assoc (800) 547-7842
Oregon Camping (800) 280-CAMP
Best Western Forest Grove (503) 992-8888
Forest Grove Travelodge (503) 357-9000
Fairfield Inn (Beaverton and Lake Oswego) (800)228-2800
Phoenix Inn (Beaverton) (888)944-8100
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