2024 Muncie Sprint and Olympic Triathlons #1 ~ Results


Sprint Triathlon :
Triathlon : Swim 500 Meters, Bike 12.5 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Olympic Triathlon :
Triathlon : Swim 1650 Yards, Bike 25 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Sprint Duathlon :
: Run 1 Miles, Bike 12.5 Miles, Run 3.1 Miles
Olympic Duathlon :
: Run 3.1 Miles, Bike 24.9 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Sprint Aquabike :
: Swim 500 Yards, Bike 12.5 Miles
Olympic Aquabike :
: Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 25 Miles
  • Race Date: Sunday, May 19, 2024
  • Start Time: 8:00 am
  • Entry Fee:$60+
  • Location:Prairie Creek Reservoir Park
  • Address: 7801 S County Road 560 E
  • City/State/Zip:Selma, Indiana 47383
  • Country: USA

_The 2024 Muncie Sprint and Olympic Triathlon #1:

Sprint and Olympic Triathlons at Prairie Creek Reservoir Park - one of the worlds longest standing triathlon venues.

Beautiful swim course in Prairie Creek Reservoir.

Fast rolling bike course around the reservoir on smooth pavement

Out and back run course flat to rolling paved roads

Triathlon, Relay, Duathlon, and Aquabike options

MORE INFO--->https://www.ruble.racing

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-:- USAT Certified Race Director 

Course Information:


*This is a lake swim at Prairie Creek Reservoir with a TT beach start
*Buoys will mark the course turns
*Many boats will be on the water
*For TT start races your individual chip time starts when you cross the mat to enter the water, and stops at the run finish.
*Water temperature will likely be cold enough for wetsuits this time of year. 
*Water temperatures up to and including 78 degrees wetsuits are allowed
*Age Groupers if the water temperature is between 78-84 degrees you can still wear a wetsuit but will be asterisk in results
*Water temperatures is at 84 degrees or higher no wetsuits allowed.
*See ‘USAT Rules’ section below for more info on rules regarding wetsuits.

*Participants are to place bicycles, helmets, sunglasses, run shoes, hats, etc in the transition area.
*Volunteers will assist in proper racking of bicycles on the bike racks and how to lay out transition items.
*Maximum of 8 bicycles per rack, first come first serve placement.
*Transition will be in the main parking lot next to the welcome center
*Only participants and volunteers can enter the transition area.
*There will be an aid station near the transition
* No nudity is allowed in transition, please plan race clothing accordingly.

*Helmets must met CPSC standards and not be damaged or altered
*The bike course will have police at the park exit and all intersections stopping traffic.
*Gently rolling hills throughout the bike course
*All turns, will be marked with roadside signs and tape markings.
*TBD Bike Shop will help with any last minute bike problems and provide pumps.
*All participants are responsible for fixing their own flat tires and minor mechanicals while on the bike course.
*There are no aid stations on the bike course, but there is one near transition and on the run there are many
*See ‘Food and Water’ for details on bike course water.
*See ‘USAT Rules’ for more info on cycling rules.  Cycling rule specifics and other rules will be gone over in the pre-race meeting.

*The run courses will be mostly smooth pavement on a bike path, roads, and a small amount of gravel and grass path.
*Rolling hills across the entire course
*The courses will be marked with signs and tape arrows.  Race staff will also help direct runners.
*There will be an aid station roughly every mile on each run course plus one at each side of transition
*See ‘Food and Water’ for details on water.

*All participants must complete the bike portion wearing a helmet approved by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).  Check your helmet for this sticker.
*Headphones, headsets, walkmans, ipods, mp3 players, or personal audio devices, etc. are not to be carried or worn at any time during the race.
* See ‘USAT Rules’ for more info on all rules.

*Relay teams will share a timing chip and transfer the chip in the transition area.
*Aqua bikers will swim and bike with all the triathlete racers and then need to do a short walk or jog after transition 2 to finish
*More info on AQ and Relays soon

2024 Results:

2024 Results at: raceresult.com 

Previous Results:

2023 Results at raceresult.com: June 10 / August 19 
2022 Results at: rubletiming.com (August 20th, 2022) first annual 

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