Whether you are new to triathlon or an experienced athlete, this event is a great way to introduce yourself to the sport, or test your endurance and check the progress of your training.
Triathlon Details – Swim, Bike, Run
Swim – 10 minutes
The swim will be completed in the Bryan LifePointe lap pool. Score will be measured by lengths (up and back is two lengths).
Transition One – 10 minutes
You have a total of 10 minutes to exit the pool, change clothes (if you wish) and be at your stationary bike. You may change out of your swimsuit in the locker room. The transition time is considered free time.
Bike – 30 minutes
Scoring will be based on overall average watts. Higher rpm + higher gear = higher watts. The athlete with the highest average watts (for all heats) will be awarded 100 points. All other athletes scores are a percentage of this based on their average watts.
Transition Two – 5 minutes
Participants may change from cycling to running gear if they wish.
Run – 20 minutes
The run will be completed on a treadmill. The speed is up to the participant. Score will be measured by distance in miles.
Entry Fee and Registration Deadlines
$25 registration through January 6
$30 late registration January 7-20
$75 registration through January 6
$90 late registration January 7-20
No entries will be accepted after January 20, 2020
All ages and experience levels are welcome. There is no age limit for participants; however, they must be able to complete each segment of the triathlon on their own.
The team option consists of three people per relay team. A relay team may only have one team member participating per discipline. All other aspects of the competition are the same.
Members of the team are responsible for getting themselves to their appropriate event on time. Teams will be scored in a separate division from individuals.
Individuals will be scored in the following manner:
Measured in lengths of pool. The athlete with the most lengths swam (for all heats) will be awarded 100 points. All other athletes scores are a percentage of this based on their distance.
For example, if Ben was the top swimmer and swam 52 lengths he is awarded 100 pts. Mike, finished the swim with 46 lengths is awarded 88.4 points
(46/52 = .884 x 100 = 88.4 points.)
Measured as average watts in 30 minutes.
Measured in .01 mile increments. Scoring has same concept as swim with equal weight.
These three scores will be added up and the total will be the athlete’s final score.
For example, a person may receive 80 points for the swim, 35.2 points for the bike and 78.4 points for the run. Their total score will then be (80 + 35.2 + 78.4) 193.6 points.
Race Day Check-In
Race Day Check-In
Begins at 6 a.m.
Bryan LifePointe Campus
7501 S. 27th St.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your wave begins.
What is an Indoor Triathlon?
An indoor triathlon measures how far you swim, bike and run in the allotted time period. Participants are graded on a curve. The furthest distance in each category gets the most points, the shortest receives the least points and your score for the discipline is based on the total points you achieve. All three disciplines count equally toward your final score.
The total triathlon event will be 75 minutes:
- 10 minutes in the pool
- A 10-minute transition
- 30 minutes on a spin bike
- A five-minute transition and
- 20 minutes on a treadmill
Transition times are fixed between events and do not count toward participants’ scores. The transition times are planned to allow safe progression to the next discipline.