Lumberjack Triathlon


Event Date

Sun, Aug 14, 2016


Williamsport, PA

About This Activity

6:00 am Packet pick up
7-7:15 am Swim warm ups
7:15 am Mandatory pre-race meeting
7:30 am Event start


Overall female

Overall male

Top 3 per age group male and female:   U-14,  15-19,  20-29,  30-39,  40-49,  50-59,  60 & up

Available at the West Branch Boat Club.

Participant Guide:
Must wear caps
Start in the water
Course is 1 triangular loop; swim around the buoys keeping  buoys to your left.
Use kayak or boats and remove swim caps if you need help/ stop.
Certified water safety personnel will be monitoring the course.
Watch carpet when you finish the swim
Wetsuits are permitted if the water temperature is below 78.0 degrees.    If the water temperature is above 78.0 degrees and less than 84.0 degrees. anyone wearing a wetsuit will not be eligible for an award. Wet suits are prohibited if the water temperature is above 84.0 degrees.

Must walk bike in and out of transition area to mount/ dismount area
Must Rack bikes in numbered area

Must wear helmet with a strap
No bottle exchange (water station)
Intersections are manned, but watch for cars/runners.
There are 3 sets of RR tracks. Take on an angle and slow!

1 loop up and back ( downhill back)
Water station just outside of the transition area and near the turnaround.( approximately 1.5 mile marker)
No headphones
Must wear your number bib.

Remove timing chip and give to volunteer
Grab water and snacks

Both transitions take place in the transition area.  Please report to the transition area person in charge before entering the area for your portion of the race. You will exchange your chip in the transition area. The chip must be on before leaving the area.

Drop out:
Tell volunteer and return timing chip.

Integrity Sports will be handling the official timing. You must use the chip they provide you and wear it at all times during the race.

Spectators:  Have a great view along the river and can easily see the run along the streets.

Medical: Susquehanna EMS will provide a comprehensive medical staff.


According to DadHTP, the Athena and Clydesdale categories are really designed to even the playing field as much as possible for men and women with larger builds.  It’s not that smaller builds are inherently more athletic or fit; they’re just different. Athena and Clydesdale groupings are just one more way to divide competitors into categories so people are competing against other athletes with similar physical qualities to them (just as they do with gender, age, experience, etc).

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