Date: July 7, 2019 Race Type: Triathlon Bike Surface: Road Drafting rules:? Non-drafting Kids Race? *NOT* a kids' race Course: 2 kilometers swim, 90 kilometers bike, 21.1 kilometers run Start: 7:30 AM Location: Stony Plain, Alberta Address: Allan Beach Resort, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada Contact: (403) 542-5422 | firstname.lastname@example.org Individual Price: $350 Team Price: $450
Date: July 7, 2019 Course: 2 kilometers swim, 90 kilometers bike, 21.1 kilometers run Location: Stony Plain, Alberta Address: Allan Beach Resort, Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada
Registration fees included or disclosed up front?: Not specified whether registration/convenience fees are added. Course Info: All courses are mostly flat and fast. The swim starts in the still waters of Lake Hubble and continues along well maintained roads for the ride and run.
More: The Great White North Triathlon takes place at the Allan Beach Resort ? Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada on July 7th, 2019. There is an Olympic and Duathlon and team race to go alongside the half distance triathlon. The race has a long history, taking place every year since 1991, cementing it?s legendary status on the Canadian triathlon scene. The event is popular, with approximately 800 athletes hitting the water at Hubble Lake each year as they start the race. Athlete support is also excellent, with an enthusiastic 550+ volunteers making sure the day goes smoothly.
The race is also fast. The course record for the males is a stunning 3 hours, 46 minutes anbd 1 second obtained by Jeff Symonds (Penticton, BC) in 2009. The female record has been around for some time, set by the legendary Heather Fuhr (San Diego) in 1993. Heather swept through the course in 4 hours, 14 minutes and 18 seconds.
Choose form a variety of race distances ? Half Distance, Team Half Distance, Olympic Distance and Duathlon. Some fantastic cash awards are handed out to the top three males and females in the Half Distance.
We look forward to hosting you at The Great White North Triathlon.
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