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PARTICIPANT DIVISIONS: 10 – 11 12 – 14 15 – 19 20 – 24 25 – 29 30 – 34 35 – 39 40 – 44... more
45 – 49
50 – 54
55 – 59
60 – 64
65 – 69
70 – 74
75 – 79
80+
Clydesdale/Athena:
Weight Class Division. In events where a weight class division is different, the minimum weight shall be 220 pounds for men and 165 pounds for women, monitored by the event organizer. The weight class age categories for men and women shall be 39 years of age and under and 40 years of age and over. Participants are not eligible to complete in a weight class division and in an age group division at the same event.

Aquabike: The age categories for men and women shall be 39 years of age and under and 40 years of age and over.

Relays: Mixed ,Male and Female divisions

AWARDS:

Top 3 or Top 10%, whichever is greater. Approximate time will be 10:30 a.m., at the race site.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Olympic/International
Skill Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Saturday, 25 Jun, 2016
Start Time:
7:00 AM
WEATHER: Semi-arid, so you will not sweat in the shade! Average high: 90.8 Fahrenheit Average low: 64 Fahrenheit Average humidity: 20%-35%... more
Average wind: 10 – 13 MPH
Please Note: Due to the extreme temperatures experienced in the 1994 event, Buffalo Springs Lake Triathlon race management has established a policy to be put in place in the case of extreme heat conditions. You will be advised the day before if this plan is set into action.

PARTICIPANT DIVISIONS:
10 – 11
12 – 14
15 – 19
20 – 24
25 – 29
30 – 34
35 – 39
40 – 44
45 – 49
50 – 54
55 – 59
60 – 64
65 – 69
70 – 74
75 – 79
80+

Clydesdale/Athena

Weight Class Division: In events where a weight class division is different, the minimum weight shall be 220 pounds for men and 165 pounds for women, monitored by the event organizer. The weight class age categories for men and women shall be 39 years of age and under and 40 years of age and over. Participants are not eligible to complete in a weight class division and in an age group division at the same event.

Aquabike: The age categories for men and women shall be 39 years of age and under and 40 years of age and over.

Relays: Mixed ,Male and Female divisions

AWARDS:
Top 3 or Top 10%, whichever is greater. Approximate time will be 10:30 a.m., at the race site.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Saturday, 25 Jun, 2016
Start Time:
7:50 AM
Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake is a non profit corporation benefiting Youth charities in the Lubbock area. We benefit organizations such as the Family Guidance and Outreach Center ... moreof Lubbock and have donated over $600,000.00 to these great organizations in the last 20 years, thanks to you-the athletes! The course which serves as a Handcycle Ironman Qualifier and a Handcycle and Age Groups 70.3 Qualifier consists of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile bike ride and a 13.1 mile run.

TIMING: MY LAPS
This event offers MY LAPS multi-sports tags timing for athletes. Your assigned chip will capture your splits and overall finish time. The timing chip is required to be worn on the athlete ankle at all times during the race.

COURSE SUPPORT:

Aid stations will be available on the bike approximately every 10 miles, on each mile of the run and one in transition. Water, Gatorade Endurance, Clif products, pretzels, towels, ice, etc. will be served at each aid station. A medical team will be on hand along with two ambulances in the course area.

COURSE TIME LIMITS & CUT OFF:
Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake recognizes the eight and one-half hour time limit for all Ironman 70.3 races. Your time will start when the last wave begins the swim. Swim cut off: 70 minutes, Bike cut off: 5 1/2 hours after last swim start.

PARKING INFORMATION:
Parking is available inside Buffalo Springs Lake at the top of the first hill out of transition. Please note, there will be no parking available down by the race village. Athletes will have an arm band for free entry into the lake for both the day before the event and the day of the event, all spectators must pay park admission fee of $8 per person.

AWARDS CEREMONY:
The Awards Ceremony is located at the Clarion Hotel, and will begin at 6:00 pm on Sunday. Enjoy music, catered dinner and celebratory refreshments with fellow finishers, friends, family and staff. The 2 Ironman World Championship slots and the 32 Ironman 70.3 World Championship slots will be awarded at this time. TO COLLECT YOUR SLOT, YOU MUST BE PRESENT.

AWARDS & RESULTS:
Age group awards will be presented 3-deep in all age divisions for both male and female categories. Larger age groups will receive awards up to 10-deep. Ironman Tri Club awards will be presented at the awards ceremony, and are determined by chip time.

LOST & FOUND AND INFORMATION BOOTHS:
There will be an Athletes Services Booth in the race village, which will serve as race day Lost & Found/ Information. Valuable items found at the race site should be turned in here.

QWALIFYING SLOTS:
The Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake is an official qualifier for the Ironman World Championship in Kona HI, October 8, 2016, and the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia on September 4, 2016. Our event will be awarding 2 Handcycle qualifying slots for IRONMAN and 30 qualifying slots for the IRONMAN 70.3, plus 2 Handcycle qualifying slots. Refer to the slot allocation table below to determine the number of slots awarded in each race category.

IRONMAN AND IRONMAN 70.3 Slots will be awarded during the awards ceremony. Slot roll downs occur during the awards ceremony. If additional slots remain, further roll downs will be completed immediatelyfollowing the awards ceremony. The continuation of the roll down will happen immediately following the awards. Please be aware that you must be present to accept your slot.
Trainers & Professionals:
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Half Ironman
Skill Level:
Intermediate, Advanced
Date:
Sunday, 26 Jun, 2016
Start Time:
6:30 AM
TriAggieland Kids: The Texas A&M Recreation Center pools have been remodeled and open to us for this event again! Our purpose is to offer kids the opportunity to experience a ... moremulti-sport event in a safe and positive environment. TRI Aggieland Kids Triathlon will feature age appropriate distances for youth aged 6 to 15 years old. There will be two classifications; the Road Bike & Fat Tire classification. This ensures fair competition between kids on the same skill level and safety.

Swimming will take place at the Texas A&M Outdoor Recreation Center pool, biking will take place on Texas A&M campus roads that are closed to motor vehicle traffic, and running will take place on campus pathways. The event will be sanctioned by USAT and will include professional chip timing by Redemption Timing.

DISTANCES:

Age 6: 50 yard swim, 5k bike, 1k run
Ages 7-10: 100 yard swim, 5k bike, 1k run
Ages 11-15: 200 yard swim, 10k bike, 2k run

AWARDS:

Individual awards will be given based off of age, gender, and class: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 12, 13, 14, and 15years boys/girls, Veteran/Novice division.

Team awards: Team members will have to be competing in the Veteran division. Team points will be allocated based off place in the Veteran division.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Super sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Sunday, 26 Jun, 2016
Start Time:
7:30 AM
FREE PRE RACE CLINICS: On each day the store hosting packet pick up will also be putting on a race clinic at at 6pm during the week. For the packet pick up on Saturday, the clinic ... morewill be at 10am. We will go over what to expect on race day, how to set up your transition and open it up for general questions anyone has.

AWARDS:

AGE GROUP

Top Overall, Masters, and Grand Masters.

Age Group / Weight Class awards will be 3 deep for both Male and Female.

Relay Team awards will be for top 3 overall relays.

All Finishers will receive a Finisher Medal.

SWAG:
Finisher Medal and a Tech Tee
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Sunday, 26 Jun, 2016
Start Time:
7:00 AM
USA Triathlon High Performance Junior Development Camps play a key role in preparing young athletes for national and international competition. Camps designated under this program ... moreare aligned with the goals and objectives of the USAT High Performance Plan; a four year planned developed with and approved by the U.S. Olympic Committee. USAT HP camps are organized into three distinct levels with the Skills Camps serving as the preparatory level experience for emerging Youth and Junior Elite athletes Race Age 12-16.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Friday, 1 Jul, 2016Daily, until Jul 1, 2016
Start Time:
3:00 PM
Located in the Piney Woods in Navasota, Texas, Magnolia Hill Ranch is an "event only" ranch with the trail system only available to experience by those who participate in the event. ... moreYou don't want to miss this opportunity to see this fantastic property with an incredible lake with sparkling blue water and trails winding through the pines. This is a fast course and one of the few that is completely ridable for all levels of riders!

XTERRA Magnolia Hill is part of the the Texas Series.

AWARDS:
Awards will be given to the first place overall male and female, first place forty plus male and female, and to the top three finishers in each age group.

XTERRA POINTS:
Points are awarded to the top 15 in each group and by gender. Age groups are 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74 (m), 75+ (m). The XTERRA Physically Challenged age groups are 15-39 and 40+. Participants under age 15 do not receive points.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Saturday, 9 Jul, 2016
Start Time:
8:00 AM
Open Water Swim Challenge and Aquathlon: RACE DISTANCES: The Open Water Swim Challenge & Aquathlon offers multiple racing options. Whether you are an athlete new to multisport ... moreor an experienced triathlete training for an Iron Distance race, we’ve got you covered!

Open Water Swim Challenge 750M, 1500M or 4K

Aquathlon Short course 750M swim/5K run Long course 1500M swim/10K run

The minimum age to compete in the race is 13

TRI-NOW KIDS! SPLASH & DASH:

RACE DISTANCES:
7-10yrs: 100Y swim/1K run
11-14yr: 200Y swim/2K run

AWARDS:
OPEN WATER CHALLENGE:

Overall Male and Female Winners in each category

First place Age Group Winners in each category

AQUATHLON:

Top Overall Male & Female & Top Male & Female Masters in each category and for the top three (3) in each of the following age groups for each category.

Male & Female Age Groups
18 – 24, 25 – 29, 30 – 34, 35 – 39, 40 – 44, 45 – 49, 50 – 54, 55 – 59, 60 – 64, 65 – 69, 70+

SPLASH & DASH:

All participants will receive a finisher award.

All participants will receive a goody bag and tshirt at packet pickup!
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Water Sports
Date:
Sunday, 10 Jul, 2016
Start Time:
6:30 AM
WELCOME TO TEXAS STAR TRI MONTGOMERY! OUR SECRET IS OUT; WE ARE THE BEST SPRINT RACE IN TEXAS. SEE FOR YOURSELF. WITH A STATE-OF-THE-ART POOL FACILITY, 10 POLICE OFFICERS FOR A 10 ... moreMILE BIKE, AND A BEAUTIFUL CROSS-COUNTRY RUN COURSE, TEXAS STAR TRI IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER TRIATHLONS IN TEXAS.

PUT US TO THE TEST.

Race day is finally here! What should I bring with me?

Everyone needs different things. As a general rule you want to bring all your required race items; especially your bib, bike with number, and helmet. Aside from that, we recommend bringing some water or pre-race drink. Something small to eat that won’t upset your stomach, a change of clothes for after and possibly some rain gear in case the weather gets bad. Also, bring a recovery drink and some food. We will have food there, but it’s a good idea to have something of your own to drink and eat just in case. We also suggest checking the weather ahead of time to know if you should dress up or down according to heat/cold. You may want to bring sunscreen, a hat/visor, sunglasses, and nutrition such as Gu Packets and Fuel Belts if needed.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Sunday, 10 Jul, 2016
Start Time:
7:00 AM
WHAT: 300 meter swim, 13 mile bike, 3.1 mile run (pool swim inside the downtown Ymca, bike through the city of fort Worth, run through Fort Worth) ... more

We Have added a special City Of Fort Worth Employee Challenge. If you are an employee of the City Of Fort Worth you can enter in this category and compete against fellow employees for points and a chance to win the Mayor's cup.
Type:
Triathlon
Distance:
Sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner
Date:
Sunday, 10 Jul, 2016
Start Time:
7:00 AM
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