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Perry's Victory Triathlon is a great opportunity to get the family all together one last time before the kids go back to school! It will be held on Sunday, August 11, 2013 at the majestic island of Put-in-Bay (South Bass Island). The route has been designed to take you on a scenic tour of the historic island of Put-in-Bay with the hub of the race being held on the lawn of the Peace Garden at Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial. This is a great event for first time du/triathletes as well as seasoned veterans. The event will offer a Sprint Triathlon, Sprint Duathlon, Kids Super Sprint Duathlon and a Kids FUN Run.
Perry's Victory Triathlon
Sprint Triathlon: 400 Meter Swim (.25 miles), Bike 20 Kilometers (12.4 miles), Run 5 Kilometers (3.1 miles)
Sprint Duathlon: Run 3.2 Kilometers (2 miles), Bike 20 Kilometers (12.4 miles), Run 5 Kilometers (3.1 miles)
Perry's Victory Kids Duathlon
Kids Super Sprint Duathlon: Run .8 Kilometers (.5 miles), Bike 6 Kilometers (3.75 miles), Run 2.4 Kilometers (1.5 miles)
Perry's Victory Kids FUN Run
Kids FUN Run: 1.6 kilometers (1 mile)
- Participation in desired event
- Explore the island of Put-in-Bay as you race to the finish!
- Post-race drinks and snacks
- T-shirts for tri, du and kids du participants (T-shirts available to purchase for Kids FUN run participants & all spectators)
- Explore the island of Put-in-Bay as you race for the finish line!
- Awards for the top finishers in each group
Pre-registration is encouraged and will be on the lawn of the Peace Garden at Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial on Saturday August 10th from 5-8pm.
Event day registration opens on Sunday August 11th at 7:30am at the event location (Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial).
Events start at 9:00am
The first Miller Ferry boat to the island is at 7:30am on Sunday August 11th. If you are not staying the night prior to the event on the island we urge you to be on the 7:30am boat in order to guarantee you get registered and to the event location for the start of the race.