XTERRA Camp Eagle

Type
Triathlon
Distance
Sprint
Skill Level
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Date
Saturday, 28 Mar, 2015
Start Time
12:00 PM
$
80
-
$
150
/ Adult
Running:
3.72 miles
Cycling:
12 miles
Swimming:
1,000 meters
Description

Camp Eagle is the jewel of the hill country, located outside of Rocksprings, Texas, the XTERRA Camp Eagle Off-Road Triathlon offers some of the most challenging trails of the Texas XTERRA Series with a mix of long climbs and screaming descents and technical single track.

Camp Eagle offers a family friendly environment with lots of activities for your kids or significant other so bring the whole family along and plan to stay for the weekend.

XTERRA Camp Eagle is the first of five races in the Texas Series.

WHEN:

March 28 at 12:00 pm

WHERE:

Camp Eagle, 6424 Hackberry Rd., Rocksprings, TX 78880

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Swim Course Description - 1K

Bring your wetsuits! The Nueces River is spring fed by 1.2 million gallons of new water a day. The swim course begins with an out and back section and then a few surprises. Be ready for adventure on the swim unlike any other race. Following the swim, athletes ascend a steep 150' foot staircase that leads to the transition area.

Bike Course Description - 12 Miles

The bike course at Camp Eagle is one of the most scenic, yet challenging courses in the country. The bike starts by plunging downhill before taking you along the shores of the beautiful, spring-fed river. Enjoy the downhill and flat river stretch because there's some climbing ahead! The trails wind through the hill country setting accentuated by several 30-mile vistas. After flying through a dry creek-bed, the trail drops back down towards the river and your awaiting run.

Run Course Description – 6K

There is not a lot of time to think about the pain as you navigate all the obstacles (rocks), inclines (big hills), and water (that river again). This challenging course will leave you wanting more!

AWARDS:

Age based awards will be handed out to the top 3 male and females in categories 19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+

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.

 
Schedule
Activity
Date
Time
Comment
Packet pickup3/27/20154:30 PM - 6:00 PMOnsite Registration & Packet Pick-Up
Packet pickup3/28/201510:30 AM - 11:30 AMOnsite Registration & Packet Pick-Up
Transition opens3/28/201510:30 AM - 11:30 AMTransition Area Opens
Other3/28/201511:45 AMPre Race Briefing
Race start3/28/201512:00 PMRace Start Time
Award Ceremony3/28/20153:30 PMAward Ceremony & Raffle
Other3/29/20159:00 AMPost Race Fun Ride
Rates
Name
Per
Running Distance
Cycling Distance
Swimming Distance
Deadline
Price
Registration Fee - Age Based CategoryAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
2/19/2015
$
80
Registration Fee - Age Based CategoryAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
3/24/2015
$
90
Registration Fee - 2 Person RelayAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
2/19/2015
$
110
Registration Fee - 2 Person RelayAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
3/24/2015
$
125
Registration Fee - 3 Person RelayAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
2/19/2015
$
135
Registration Fee - 3 Person RelayAdult
3.72
 miles
12
 miles
1,000
 meters
3/24/2015
$
150
Courses
Course Information
Description

Swim Course Description - 1K

Bring your wetsuits! The Nueces River is spring fed by 1.2 million gallons of new water a day. The swim course begins with an out and back section and then a few surprises. Be ready for adventure on the swim unlike any other race. Following the swim, athletes ascend a steep 150' foot staircase that leads to the transition area.

Bike Course Description - 12 Miles

The bike course at Camp Eagle is one of the most scenic, yet challenging courses in the country. The bike starts by plunging downhill before taking you along the shores of the beautiful, spring-fed river. Enjoy the downhill and flat river stretch because there's some climbing ahead! The trails wind through the hill country setting accentuated by several 30-mile vistas. After flying through a dry creek-bed, the trail drops back down towards the river and your awaiting run.

Run Course Description – 6K

There is not a lot of time to think about the pain as you navigate all the obstacles (rocks), inclines (big hills), and water (that river again). This challenging course will leave you wanting more!


 
Packet Pickup
Packet Pick-Up
Pickup Schedule
Date
Time
3/27/20154:30 PM - 6:00 PM
3/28/201510:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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Rest stops
Parking
Organization