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Additional race information can be found at http://idaph.net/events/asheville-triathlon/.
Official Site: http://idaph.net/events/asheville-triathlon/
Sunday, July 19th, 2015, starting at 6:45 am at Asheville Recreation Park
The Asheville Triathlon will begin with a 400 meter outdoor pool swim at the Asheville Rec Park pool. After the 400 meter swim, athletes will exit the pool and quickly enter the transition area. The 11.6 mile bike course will feature some rolling and challenging hills and some flat roads, turning into rolling landscape before returning to the Rec Park for a very fast run. The run is an out and back style course and is one of the flattest 5k’s you will find in the area! The Asheville Triathlon is a super event for every level of triathlete, from novice to elites.
Sunday, July 19th, 2015 at 7:20 am; Asheville Rec Park, Asheville, NC
Official Site: http://idaph.net/events/asheville-triathlon/asheville-kids-splash-n-dash/
This event is formatted as an Aquathlon, or ‘Splash N’ Dash’, featuring a pool swim in a 50 meter pool and a subsequent run on roads and dirt paths. Race distances will vary, as follows, by participants’ ages and/or experience levels:
Beginner (recommended 9 year old and under)
Swim: the width of the pool
Run: around the parking lot
Intermediate (recommended 10-12 year old or novice 12-15 year old)
Swim: 200 meter
Advanced (recommended 12-15 year olds or experienced younger kids)
Swim: 400 meter
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