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CAMP YUBA TRIATHLON
Saturday September 6th, 20142014 Registration is OPEN CLICK HERE Campsite Registration is OPEN CLICK HERE The 2014 Camp Yuba sprint and olympic triathlons are all about indian summers, camping, and good ol’ fashion swimming, biking, and running. Yuba State Park is just a half hour south of Utah County and has hosted triathlons for the last decade. The venue is perfect for triathlons and for 2014, we have arranged a deal with the state park to reserve all campsites for triathletes and their families. So for 24 hours this September, triathletes are taking over the reservoir! We’ll see you at Camp Yuba! 2014 Camp Yuba Clinic & Course Preview with world record ironman JAMES LAWRENCE aka The Iron Cowboy. Clinic to take place the Wednesday before the race. CLICK HERE FOR CLINIC DETAILS Packet Pickup is located at Utah Run 211 East State StreetAmerican Fork, Utah 84003 801-216-4467 To pick up your packet you must have your PHOTO ID and USAT card. Athletes can get their packet and body marked Friday at Utah Run. Your friend cannot pick up your packet for you – there are no exceptions to this rule. Monday – Thursday Packet Pickup at Utah Run 10AM – 8PM Friday 9/5/2014 Packet Pickup 10AM – 4PM Camping athletes arrive Yuba State Park Packet Pickup/Body Marking 7:00pm at Yuba State Park until the sun goes down When the sun goes down the MOVIE begins. Come watch the classic sports movie, the Academy Award winning Rocky! On the beach, complete with popcorn BRING YOUR CAMP CHAIRS & BLANKETS, its time to snuggle up for some good times. RACE DAY Saturday September 6th 5:45AM Transition Area Opens 5:45 – 7:00AM Packet Pickup/Body Marking/ 7:15AM Pre-Race Briefing 7:35AM Transition Area Closes 7:45AM Wave Starts TBA Packet Pickup We will have packet pickup at Yuba State park Friday night until dark. We do offer race morning packet pickup however it closes promptly at 7AM – if you wait to check in on race morning and arrive after 7AM you will not be able to check in and thereby be unable to race. It is highly recommended that you pick up your pack before race day!!(double exclamation) At check in you MUST HAVE PHOTO ID & USAT card (if you are a member). If you are not a member then you purchased a 1 day membership through IAMATHLETE and will only need a photo ID. CAMPING CAMP SITES are Availalbe CLICK HERE Space is limited so sign up quickly.
NOT A CAMPER? There is another option!
The Scipio Hotel (10 miles away from YUBA) is offering rooms at a discounted rate.1 Person $54/room 2 persons $62/room 3 or more person $68/room Here is their contact info: 435-758-9188 – To Get Discount you must call them and say “I want the Yuba Triathlon Rate” 230 West 400 North Scipio, Utah 84656 Here is their website: (if you book online you will not get the discount) http://www.scipiohotel.com/
SWIM Sprint 1/2 mile, Olympic 1 mile
The swim will be a loop course in beautiful Yuba Reservoir. Swimmers will swim counter clockwise keeping all markers to their left. The loop will be a half mile in length with sprint distance completing one loop and Olympic distance completing two. Water temperature is expected to be around 70 degrees and wetsuits are suggested but not mandatory.
*Transition 1- Swimmers exit up the boat ramp and enter the transition area. No riding bikes in transition area and your helmets must be on and buckled before mounting the bike.
BIKE Sprint 12.4 miles, Olympic 25 miles
The bike course is located on the roads surrounding Yuba State Park. The roads have very low traffic which makes the bike riding safe and enjoyable. The road surface alternates between smooth asphalt and rough chip seal asphalt. Be mindful of the changing surfaces. The course will be marked by cones and tri. signs.
There are several cattle guards on course be cautious as you encounter them. In previous years we have covered them but in most cases it only changed the nature of the problem. This year they will be uncovered but heavily marked. Proper technique is to slow down to cross them while making yourself light on the bike.
Sprint Distance- Out and back course covering 12.4 miles on US 90 and the frontage road along i-15. It is basically flat with several slight inclines and declines spaced throughout. The only turn is a left turn just after the I-15 overpass. This is a highly dangerous turn PLEASE slow down for it going out and coming back.
Olympic Distance- Loop course covering the 25 miles. It has a few minor climbs and descents. This course begins the same as he sprint but continues past the sprint turnaround to another turnaround further down the frontage road. Once at this turn slow you will continue back on the frontage road to a right turn underneath an overpass on to US 90. Make the turn and it will loop you back to the State Park.
*Both Sprint and Olympic be cautious as you re-enter the State Park. Slow down and yield to any obstacles you may encounter. Remember it is better to be a few seconds slower and safe!
*Transition 2- Slow down and dismount at the dismount line. Rack bike and transition to running attire. Exit transition following directional signs. Make sure your race number is on your front before you start running.
The bike course is located on the roads surrounding Yuba State Park. The roads have very low traffic which makes the bike riding safe and enjoyable. The course will be marked by paint on the ground, large signs, and cones. There will be several uncovered cattle guards so pay attention! They are pretty smooth going over so we have decided it is better than covering them up.
RUN Sprint 3.1 miles, Olympic 6.2 miles
The run will be on both asphalt roads and dirt trails adjacent to the lake. The sprint distance will turn at their halfway mark and the Olympic distance will continue ahead to their turnaround. The course is basically flat with a few rolling hills and aid stations with water and other goods will be at miles 1.5, 3, and 4.5. The run course will be marked with orange cones, spray chalk, and will have mile markers throughout.
Swim CapsSwim caps will be provided at packet pickup the morning of the race. The issued cap must be worn during the swim.
WetsuitsWetsuits are recommended but not required. Water temperature will likely be 70F. Wetsuit strippers WILL NOT be provided.
There is NO same day registration. Online registration closes Wednesday September 3 at midnight.
TimingElectronic chip timing of the event will be provided by TRUTIMING. All participants will be timed and will be provided with 5 splits (swim, T1, Bike, T2, Run). Results will be posted on Saturday within 8 hours of the final participant crossing the finish line. A link to the RESULTS will be posted on this webpage. Instructions for chip use will be provided at packet pick-up.
Relay team members will wait inside the transition area at the bike rack location of the team where you will transfer your timing chip from one team member to another. Each team will be issued one timing chip, one swim cap, and one bib number.
For common violations please see our BLOG CLICK HERE
This is a USAT sanctioned event. For questions regarding USAT rules, regulations, insurance and membership click on the link:http://www.usatriathlon.org/
Located at 665 W State Rd, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Bring a proof of purchase of a RaceTri event to Timp Cyclery and you can get the following:
*A $35 wetsuit rental for $30 (Wetsuit rental is good from Thursday prior to the race until the Monday following the race).*A $55 bike tune for $45 (The bike must be dropped off to Timp no later than the Saturday before the race). *A $100 wheel rental for $85 for the set (Wheel rentals are from Friday prior to the event to Monday following the event). *A $60 dollar a day bike rental for $50 for the weekend (Friday prior to the event to Monday following the event).
What people are saying about YUBA “I did Salem’s tri first this year and now Yuba. I don’t know how there could be a more organized and better planned tri then what RACETRI puts on. Thanks for the great memories!” – Bretton Hartvigsen “I loved the race. You guys did a great job. I’m very happy with the results. I’ll see you folks next year.” – Ara Malmstron “Great job today, Aaron! Congrats on a great season too. I appreciate all of the hard work you do to make these races awesome!” – Carlee Lilley Tulett “Best race directors ever,.. I’m already in awesomeness withdrawl” – Eric Oscarson “Thanks again for everything and for AWESOME races….can’t wait to run them and volunteer next year.” – Sherri Tomlinson “Thanks a lot racetri! The event was well put together!! And the weather couldnt have been better. See ya next year!” – Nate Empey
The 2011 Results are in CLICK HERE
Here is what athletes said about this years race:
“Thanks Racetri for putting on such a well organized and fun event!” – Holly Estes-Doetsch
“Love the finisher medal… Great race and thanks for the great volunteers and worlds greatest race directors “ – Chris Shurian
“Great race!!!! I loved it!!!!! Thank YOU so much! Looking forward to next season already….. Michelle Worlton Smith
“Can’t wait till next year! Thanks for a great season.” – Jessica Sperry Gray
“I finished with a PR! AWESOME DAY!” – Kris Ortar
“Great race thanks to the organizers and volunteers.” – Jesse Vincent
“Thank you for a great race this morning. Your high energy is contagious and I appreciate your humor at a time that I am nervous (mostly about the water). The course is fabulous as usual and the food was plentiful. My husband and I love racing with you guys we look forward to another great season next year.” – Sue Boerke
“I like the low key; camp thing at Yuba and you did a great job in making it a smooth transition. Looking forward to racing next year. RaceTri did a great job!” – Joe Martel