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Sun, Jul 17, 2016
College Station, TX
Sprint - 400m swim, 12mi bike, 5K run - First 100!!!
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About This Activity
TRI Aggieland will feature an uncrowded, 400-meter snake-style swim in the world class, Texas A & M Natatorium, followed by a 12-mile bike on traffic-controlled campus and College Station roads, followed by a 5K run on paths meandering through the beautiful Texas A&M campus.
Each participant will receive:
A custom-printed tri-blend shirt.
A cotton-printed TRI Aggieland shirt.
Outstanding event support from our certified race directors and staff at Race Texas.
A custom finisher medal
State of the Art Chip Timing with real time finish line results on flat screen TVs.
FREE Race Photos
Event details and schedule
USAT Membership Required: The 2016 TRI Aggieland Triathlon is sanctioned with USA Triathlon. Memberships will be purchased during registration.
For the schedule of events, please visit the event website - www.TriAggieland.com
Race Information Q: Where do I find the course maps? A: Maps will be listed on the website as they become available. The course may change based on construction in and around Kyle Field.
Q: Is there medical staff on site? A: Yes. We have an in-depth safety plan and safety coordinator for the event. Licensed medical professionals will also be on hand for the event.
Q: What if we have bad weather? A: The race director and Texas A & M reserve the right to cancel the event in case of inclement weather. There are no refunds for this event.
Q: Is there bike support at the race? A: We anticipate having bike support for the race and are working with bike shops now to finalize.
Q: What type of swim start will be used? A: The swim will be a snake-style course and swimmers will start every 5 to 10 seconds. We will make every effort to start faster swimmers earlier in the race so as to avoid congestion. The lane sizes are large enough that swimmers should swim on the right and pass on the left.