WE ARE THRILLED THAT YOU WILL BE JOINING US FOR THE TRI GODDESS TRI!
THERE IS LOTS OF INFORMATION TO KNOW IN ORDER TO BE PREPARED FOR RACE DAY AND YOU CAN FIND ALL OF THAT RIGHT HERE IN YOUR ATHLETE GUIDE.
IF YOU DO PLAN TO PRINT THIS INFORMATION, PLEASE WAIT UNTIL THE DAY BEFORE THE RACE AS SOME INFORMATION MAY CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER OR OTHER CONDITIONS BEYOND OUR CONTROL
Please join us Tuesday, June 22 at 7 pm for our pre-race Zoom meeting. All you need to know for a successful race will be presented, followed by Q&A. We strongly suggest you attend. The Zoom link will be sent to all participants via email.
THE EXCITEMENT STARTS SATURDAY! Your race weekend kicks off with the Goddess Run, June 26 at 9 am right at the same place as Tri Goddess Tri. If you participate in the Goddess Run, both packets will be available 7:30 – 9 a.m.
If you volunteer at Goddess Run, you can pick up your packet between 7:30 – 9 PLUS get $30 off your next Epic Race. (Please make us aware you will need your packet so we have it ready for you.)
Resting that day? Come pick up your packet between 12 – 2.
Visit vendors and learn about our charities!
If you just can’t make it, you can also pick up your packet race morning between 6 – 7:15 a.m.
Time: 1 p.m.
Place: Transition Area
What: Meet the race director to learn what you need to have the best race ever! She will address course details, equipment, rules, and race hints. You will have the opportunity to have all of your questions answered!
While this talk is primarily for first-timers, the information could be helpful to all.
Please be sure you have a current Recreation Passport. Vehicles without Recreation Passports will be issued notices to pay the fee. For details and pricing for both in state and out of state Recreation Passports CLICK HERE.
Water temperature is currently 73 degrees.
Your Announcer – Frankie Andreu
We are thrilled and honored to have Frankie Andreu as our announcer for our weekend of Goddess Racing. Frankie Andreu is one of the most popular and well-respected names in American professional cycling. He retired from racing at the end of 2000 after a 12-year professional career. During his racing career he competed in the Tour de France nine times.
Andreu’s Tours went from 1992-2000 and during that time there were only five winners. Miguel Indurain, Bjarne Riis, Jan Ullrich, Marco Pantani, and Lance Armstrong.
He was one of the team’s most selfless performers and most depended on workers. In addition, he competed in three Tours of Spain and one Giro d’ Italia. His racing experience not only encompassed Grand Tours, but also included high placed finishes in World Cup events, World Championships, Spring Classics, and two Olympic Games: 1988 placing 8th and 1996 placing fourth in Atlanta.
He is also a gifted writer and his Tour de France commentaries have been published on many different websites. Andreu has served as a bicycle race commentator for Universal Sports on the Versus television network since retiring from professional cycling in 2001 and remains active in domestic pro racing, often lending his voice and knowledge announcing for professional races. Frankie’s face can be seen on the Versus Network every July during coverage of the Tour de France. His testimony played a key part in the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s investigation of fellow U.S. Postal cyclist Lance Armstrong’s doping practices.
Aid Station locations:
Run: exit of transition, Mile 1.25 (sprint only)
There will not be any aid stations on the bike, you must carry your own hydration.
We will have volunteer Swim Goddesses in the water to offer you support and encouragement along the way.
There are showers at the campsite that participants may use.
You will be given both a bib and an ankle strap. Please wear your bib on your back during the bike and on your front during the run. The best way to do this is with a race belt that is available in our store.
It’s important for your bib number to be visible so we can easily tag and you can find your free photos!
Also, please note the QR code on the front of your bib. You can scan this to find your results shortly after you cross the finish line!
Triathlon Ankle Strap
Wondering if you won an award?
You can check 2 ways:
>>First, note the age groups and award categories on the event website.
>>Check the QR code on your bib with a QR scanner on your phone (if you don’t have one, you can download the app).
>>Check the “results” tab on the event website.
If you did win an award, you can pick it up at the award table. We know your time is valuable. For this reason, we offer grab-n-go awards. Grab your award, take a moment for the photo opp on the podium, then go!