Clubs & Events

10 Mile Tri

 


2016 RESULTS

OVERALL RESULTS: 
https://timing.zone4.ca/results/5eae8c90-e8e2-11e5-926e-0ab5a824c693/


AGE GROUP RESULTS:
https://timing.zone4.ca/results/3e993d0c-e8d7-11e5-926e-0ab5a824c693/


2016 10 mile tri poster v1 SOLD OUT WEB

The 2016 Talisman Centre 10 Mile Tri will take place March 13, 2016. With over 70 finishers in 2015, the Talisman Centre team is excited for the 3rd annual event.


2016 HEAT SHEETS:  https://timing.zone4.ca/report/948bfc8a-e7c0-11e5-a04f-0ab5a824c693


CLICK HERE For The Unofficial 2015 10 Mile Tri Results

CLICK HERE For The 2015 Improved Results

CLICK HERE For 2014 10 Mile Tri Results 


2016 COURSE DETAILS

SWIM

  • You will start in the water and SWIM 500m in circles in a single lane shared with 3-4 athletes.
  • Jump out of the North end of the Competition Pool and run over the timing mat between the Competition Pool and the Dive Tank
  • Go through the Learning Room and to your bike in Gym 1. Cycling shoes will be set up at your bike along with a towel and nutrition/hydration on your bike.

BIKE

  • You will BIKE 12.5km on our TACX Flow trainer.

RUN

  • You will run 3km (15 laps) of the 200m indoor track. These loops are counter clockwise and on the inside lane.
  • All participants must have own a 650c or 700c bike
  • Bike – with 700c or 650c wheels
  • Trainer Skewer
  • Triathlon Outfit (shorts and top that you can swim, bike and run in)
  • Bike Shoes

Race Day Check List

  • Running Shoes (socks if needed)
  • Water Bottle
  • Towels x 2 (1 for under the bike and 1 for post-race shower)
  • Post-race clothing and shower accessories

RACE DAY DETAILS

7:30AM

  • Volunteers and 1st heat of athletes arrive; remaining athletes can arrive no later than 1 hour prior to heat start 
  • Athletes proceed to Gym 1 for bike set up (volunteers will be on hand to help)

8:00AM

  • Swim warm-up begins and is open for 30mins
  • Bike warm-up is allowed for the first heat
  • Gym 1 will be broken up into 2 halves (front and back) with minimum 24 trainers in each

8:25AM

  • Athletes clear the water for race start
  • First group of bikes must be ready (computers calibrated and zeroed out, cycling and running shoes at the bike, towel on the floor)

8:30AM : RACE START

  • Heats of 25 people starting every 30mins (heats based on swim times with 3-4 per lane)
  • Volunteers will ensure each bike computer is set to 0.0km and ready to record distance
  • Heat 1’s bikes will be set up in the front of Gym 1
  • Heat 2’s bikes will be set up at the back of Gym 1
  • Once a participant from Heat 1 is finished and it is deemed safe, a volunteer will remove their bike from the trainer and place it to the side. A participant from Heat 2 may now set up their bike on this trainer and start calibrating, etc. And so on throughout the heats.
  • Bikes that have completed the race will be lined up against the front, North and East walls of Gym 1 by volunteers

11:00AM : FINAL HEAT