|Sprint Indoor Triathlon :|
|: Swim 15 Minutes, Bike 25 Minutes, Run 20 Minutes|
2023 KOPFC Winter Indoor Triathlon Challenge Race #2:
This triathlon series is perfect for all abilities whether you’ve participated in many or this is your first. Rather than racing over a fixed distance as traditional triathlons are designed to do, this indoor triathlon will have you race for the greatest distance you can within a fixed time frame. You will compete for a total of 1 hour (with 2 transitions) no matter how fast anyone is. You will receive a score based on the distance you complete in each of the disciplines (swim, bike, run), and an overall score based on those combined scores. The event will run in “waves” with 16 partici- pants per wave. Each wave begins 1/2 hour after the previous wave start. Select your wave time during registration.
At the first event (Saturday, Jan. 28), try your best and set a baseline. At the second event (Saturday, Feb. 18), after training hard since the first, go full throttle to see how much you have improved. Now, you’ll be even more ready than your “Tri- athlon Community competitors”, to take on the rest of the triathlon outdoor season.
Start Times - Wave #1 - 7:30 AM, Wave #2 - 8:00 AM, Wave #3 - 8:30 AM, Wave #4 - 9:00 AM, Wave #5 - 9:30 AM, Wave #6 - 10:00 AM, Wave #7 - 10:30 AM
15 minute SWIM (Indoor 50 Meter pool with individual assigned lanes) -------10 minute transition------
25 minute BIKE (KOPFC Spin Studio - stationary spin bike w/distance metered) ---10 minute transition---
20 minute RUN (Utah Olympic Oval indoor track)
The competitor who travels the greatest distance in a particular leg receives 100 points for that leg. All other competitors will receive a percentage of those points based on their distance traveled in that leg. Each leg of the race counts equally towards the total score. Example: Steve swims the furthest distance, 35 lengths; Steve receives 100 points. Riley swims 30 lengths; 30 ÷ 35 = .85 × 100 = 85; Riley receives 85 points. Swim + Bike + Run = total score. Final results will divide Men & Women in their own divisions. Any protests will be noted at the time they are recorded, but the judgment of the head ref of each area is final and no adjustments will be performed to the racers score after the fact.
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