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_ 2017 Indoor Triathlon USA: Los Angeles:
Indoor Triathlon USA: Los Angeles is the innagural event in the 2017 national series. Like all indoor triathlons it's controled enviroment is perfect for beginners. But unlike other indoor events it is perfect for the uber competitor.
ITUSA provides virtually identical courses in every city allowing athletes from various regions to compete against each other and vie for All American honors. What truly separates ITUSA from other indoor events is its use of Elite Fluid Trainers. Arguably, with most indoor events, the bike segment is a throw-away; in no way an accurate test of the athlete's biking power. With the Elite system it automaticly calibrates to the athlete's weight. The more an athlete weighs the more power they must exert.
Every Indoor Triathlon USA race is an i55 distance event; 10 minute swim, 30 minute bike, 15 minute run. Please take a look at the Indoor Triathlon USA web site for detailed information on: Course Layout, Training Tips, Ranking System, World Championship and All-American Honorees.
Special Note: In 2017, Indoor Triathlon USA is proud to donate $5 per entry to our series sponsor; The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America. The Los Angeles event specifically in partenrship with the event host Bay Club will up that donation amount to $20 per participant!
Bay Club - South Bay 2250 Park Place El Segundo CA 90245
Saturday 01/07/17 3:00 pm -6:00 pm
3550 Redondo Beach Blvd
Torrance, CA 98054
Wave A: 8:00 am
Wave B: 8:20 am
Wave C: 8:40 am
Wave D: 9:00 am
Wave E: 9:20 am
Wave F: 9:40 am
Wave G: 10:00 am
Wave H: 10:20 am
Wave I: 10:40 am
Wave J: 11:00 am
Wave K: 11:20 am
Wave L: 11:40 am
Wave M: 12:00 pm
Wave N: 12:20 pm
Wave O: 12:40 pm
Wave P: 1:00 pm
Waves added as needed
Course Information -
Swim Course – 10 Minutes
Transition 1 – 5 Minutes
Bike Course – 30 Minutes
Transition 2 – 5 Minutes
Run Course – 15 Minutes
Age Group - Award Certificates (frame worthy) are given to the top three per gender in the following age groups: 6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 14-15, 16-17, 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, 80-84, 85-89, 90+
Team - Award Certificates (frame worthy) are given to each member of the top three (3) team finishers. A team must have a minimum of three (3) male and three (3) female members, although you may have more. Teams results are based the total distance completed by the fastest three (3) males and three (3) women on that team. Participants competing with a team are still eligible for individual awards.
Overall - Plaques are awarded to the Top Three Overall finishers per gender.
Every Competitor receives:
- A custom made Indoor Triathlon USA Swim Cap
- Finisher’s Medal (upon completion of the race)
- A custom made Indoor Triathlon USA Race Tee
There are absolutely no cash refunds given.
However if a refund is requested, NO LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PREVIOUS YOUR EVENT, you will be given a 50% credit for that same event next year.
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