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Fairmont Triathlon ~ Results

Race Details

Liz Gomez Sprint Triathlon

: Swim ¼ Mile, Bike 12.5 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles

Fairmont Olympic Triathlon

: Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 24.9 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles

Fairmont Kids Triathlon

Kids Race
: Swim 25 Meters, Bike 3.1 Miles, Run 1 Km
Race Date: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Start Time: 8:30 AM
Entry Fee: $15/$50/$60
Location: Gomsrud Park
Address: Lair Road
City/State/Zip: Fairmont , Minnesota 56031
Country: USA
Race Website:

2013 Fairmont Triathlon:

  • Mini, Sprint and Olympic distance events in Southern Minnesota's City of Five Lakes.
  • Course Information:

  • Swim competitions will be held on Budd or Hall Lakes.
  • Average temperature in Budd Lake for June 9 is approximately 71 degrees.
  • The Sprint (.25 mi) and Olympic (.93 mi or 1.5K) swim competitions will share a straight line course with buoys indicating the turn around points.
  • The Mini Swim Event will be in Budd Lake along the shallow edge near the beach house.

  • The bike course starts with a firm upward hill and some curves followed with a downgrade as you approach the first turn.
  • You will find a slight hill at the end of the 2nd mile and a turn at the top of the next hill.
  • From that point on the course is pretty flat, with some very small rolling hills.
  • The turn-around for the Liz Gomez Memorial Sprint bike course is on an open stretch of road and is very apparent.
  • The turn-around for the Olympic bike course is on County Road 8 next to Lake Okamanpeedan.
  • The bike course will be marked with signs every mile and volunteers will be located along the route.

  • The run course starts with a hill near the beginning, followed by a couple of turns and then continues straight on a slight upgrade.
  • As runners approach a T intersection they will turn right and run straight along a slight decline to another T intersection.
  • The next portion of the course includes well marked short distances through residential neighborhoods.
  • Volunteers will guide runners through a turnaround to follow the same route back to the beginning marking the finish for the Sprint athletes.
  • At this point Olympic competitors will turn around and repeat the whole loop one more time.

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  • Other Info:

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  • 2012 Results at Olympic / Relay / Sprint / Relay / Kids
  • 2011 Results at Overall / Age Group / Relay / Kids 
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