Date: May 21, 2023 Race Type: Triathlon Bike Surface: Road Drafting rules:? Non-drafting Kids Race? *NOT* a kids' race Course: 0.62 mile swim, 28 mile bike, 6.55 mile run Start: 7:15 AM Location: Lore City, Ohio Address: 14755 Cadiz Road, Lore City, OH 43755 Contact: 614-425-1156 | email@example.com Individual Price: $85-$95 Team Price: $150-$190
Date: May 21, 2023 Course: 0.62 mile swim, 28 mile bike, 6.55 mile run Location: Lore City, Ohio Address: 14755 Cadiz Road, Lore City, OH 43755
Registration fees included or disclosed up front?: Yes, all registration/convenience fees are included in price or disclosed up front. Course Info: Your race adventure starts off with a one-lap (Olympic) or two-lap (Half Iron) swim on a counterclockwise rectangle swim course along the shoreline of Salt Fork Lake. Next up is a very challenging bike course with over 4000? of total climbing (Half Iron) and 1500? for the Sprint. These courses will challenge ALL ability levels. After finishing the bike course participants will take on the run course on rolling roads within the park.
More: HFP Racing invites you to Ohio?s season opening Sprint, Olympic, and Half Iron distance triathlons ? the Salt Fork Triathlons. This exciting weekend gives participants an opportunity to race alongside the American Triple-T participants in one, two or three races during the American Triple-T weekend. Choose to race the Saturday morning Salt Fork Sprint Triathlon or Sunday morning at the ever-challenging Salt Fork Olympic and Half Iron Triathlon. You will find yourself swimming in the beautiful Salt Fork Lake, riding the challenging hills of Salt Lake Park, and finishing with a run on the rolling roads within the park.
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