For the third year in a row we will be hosting the Rocky Hill Triathlon. After another great turnout of athletes in 2016, we are excited to hold this great event again in 2017.
Rocky Hill, located in Exeter, California, has been a mecca for athletes of all levels and abilities for decades. The third annual Rocky Hill Triathlon is an event created to showcase what draws people from near and far to the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. Our fun and challenging course will help push you to new limits. Whether you are a new comer to the sport of triathlon, or a seasoned veteran, you will enjoy this race. We will be offering two different distances on race day. A sprint distance and an olympic distance, both of which are USAT sanctioned.
The race starts in the pool located at the high school. From there, racers will hop on their bikes and head east up and over Rocky Hill. All racers will make the short and steep climp up Meyer Drive heading west making their way back through downtown Exeter. Once off the bike, racers will head back to Rocky Hill for an out and back run. The epic finish will be on the high school track. Head over to rockyhilltriathlon.com for course maps.
Event details and schedule
Saturday, March 11, 2017
8:00am-12:00pm, transition area opens up at 6:00am
Parking will be available around the start/finish area of the high school
Packet pickup will be at Sequoia Orange Company in Exeter, CA the day before the race. New this year, we will allow packet pick up on race morning. All packets must be picked up no later than 7:15am. No exceptions.
The swim portion of the race will be held in the Exeter High School. The Sprint distance will swim 400 yards (16 lengths), and the Olympic distance will swim 800 yards (32 lengths)
Although roads will be closed there may be limited traffic during the race. We ask that all participants adhere to normal traffic laws and safety.