What time should I arrive on race day? Please arrive between 7 - 7:15 AM (7:30 at the latest) to make sure your athlete has ample time to get set up in the transition area. Welcome, announcements and the National Anthem will start around 7:45 AM.
Where should I park on race day? Please see this map for more info! Parking will be at Kinder Farm Park.
What can I expect on race day?
All volunteers will be wearing bright pink shirts. If you have questions – find a volunteer or one of Kenzie's family members - we are easy to spot with our matching T shirts.
Upon arriving, please proceed to the transition area. *New in 2022 - timing chips will be distributed on race morning - they were not in your packets this year! Please stop at the table to check in with a volunteer, and get your timing chip. Please secure it to your racer's ankle - or a volunteer can help with that once they are in transition.
Your athlete should have the following in your transition area at their bike rack:
bib number (The race bib is optional for the bike, but it MUST be worn on the run, and must face forward.)
optional extras to consider - socks, dry shirt, dry shorts
Please note - parents will NOT be allowed in transition before or during the race, but we will have plenty of volunteers with loads of triathlon experience available to assist your athlete, get them set up, and explain what to do if your athlete has any questions.
After the national anthem, we will begin getting the athletes organized into corrals
We will begin having all athletes find their designated age groups. Volunteers will be holding age group signs 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-15.
Once we get the athletes in their groups, we will take everyone into the pool area where we will begin the swim with the youngest swimmers going first. (similar to puppy pound/clerk of course at swim meets)
Older athletes – feel free to cheer on the younger ones while you wait for your heat!