Sunday, October 29 – 8:00 am
This amazing Olympic distance event will be USA triathlon (USAT) sanctioned for professional, elite, celebrity and amateurs.
After the instructions on the rules, swim directions and a few introductions by our seasoned announcers, our national anthem will be performed by a very special person, whom shall remain a surprise till race morning.
A sole bagpiper will then appear and lead the athletes to the swim start and the beginning of the race, located at the beach.
In wave starts every five minutes, professionals and elites will begin, followed by amateurs based in age group divisions. The 1.5 K swim goes out past the three buoys and toward the shoreline, exiting back near the transition area.
After transitioning on the grass just by the swim exit, a quick climb awaits you and your bike to get out of the park (have your gears set to easy!).
Turning right onto San Pedro Road, this technical bike course follows the water for 3.5 miles before the turnaround at the Back Ranch Meadows campground entrance.
After the turnaround, the hills again await you as you return past McNear’s Beach park with the turnaround on the other end just after the big downhill.
22 miles over three loops and then back into McNear’s Beach Park.
Following the second transition, The 10k run heads out of the park, turning left for a two loop, spectator friendly course, along the water’s edge to a triumphant finish and one great triathlon.
Participants will have five hours to complete the race course. The bike course closes at noon.
Saturday, October 28 – 8:00am
The 500 meter bay swim will be on the north side of the pier where Sunday’s Olympic distance swim finish area is.
The eight mile bike course is one loop and the 5k run is one loop of Sunday’s Olympic distance course.
Course & Expo Maps
Wave Chart & Course Closures