Sunday - August 30, 2015
Winding Trails, Farmington CT
Start Time: 7:00 AM
Articles to help prepare for this event:
Newcomers and seasoned triathletes may find the Triathlon Checklist (28k PDF) helpful.
USA Triathlon Rules
Transition opens at 5:30 a.m. for athlete setup. Click here to view transition map.
Winding Trails is located off Route 4: 50 Winding Trails, Farmington CT.
HMF cannot offer parking passes for sponsors or participants. Parking is limited so please carpool if possible.
If you anticipate the need to leave while the bicyclists are going in and out, please park outside of Winding Trails.
NO street parking on entrance to Winding Trails.
The Hartford Marathon Foundation has an emergency texting service in place to be used in situations such as event cancellations or other emergencies where information needs to be delivered directly to you. We will be using this system for this event.
If we have changes to a race at the last minute, we can text you and inform you of the issue and what the plan is for the day of the race, and potentially save you time, money and sleep.
NOTE: We never use this information for anything other than real emergencies.
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Text WOMENSTRI to 84483 to receive Women's Triathlon alerts from HMF Events.
This event is timed by Bay State Race Services and uses the Winning Time Chip system - 5 splits and finish time recorded - the chip is worn on a velcro strap on the ankle and will be distributed at packet pick-up. Chip must be returned at the finish line. $30 fee for unreturned chip.CATEGORIES:
- Top three overall finishers
- Female Age Group
- Athena (women 165+lbs.)
AGE GROUP DIVISIONS:
- 5-year age groups from 16-80+
- Top 3 overall finishers
- Top 3 in each age division
- Top 3 Athena
- Top team
No "double dipping"
|Award designer Karen Rossi will be at the event on race morning to personally autograph awards. View more of Karen's designs|
Click here to view "Six Open Water Swim Tips" courtesy of TriathlonWetSuitStore.com
Is your bike in good working order? Too often athletes neglect the mechanical condition of their bike. They train and compete with low tire pressure, poor shifting, rubbing brakes, etc. These conditions cause flat tires, chain drops, inefficient pedaling and more.
Why not worry less and ride better by getting your bike tuned up? The cost… $60. The benefit… priceless. Make an appointment and we’ll get your bike back to you overnight. To encourage you we’ll give you a bottle of lube to take home and we’ll answer any questions you have so you can keep your bike in peak condition.
Good luck at the Tri!
Rocky Hill 860-563-6667