The swim is in Lake Winnebago along a unique and panoramic shoreline; starting and finishing at the beach. Plenty of buoys will be available to rest if needed. Large balloon arch to sight for the swim finish.
Both courses head out of the park climbing High Cliff. High Cliff is the signature of the event. The course flat with a few undulating hills. The long course heads down scenic Lake Shore Drive. The sprint course begins the same as the long course then heads east on Faro Springs and finishes on the same long course .
The run courses go through High Cliff State Park area including up the hill for a beautiful overview of the Lake Winnebago shoreline which runs mostly through trails. The long course is a double loop and also heads down High Cliff to the finish.
Bike and Run Aid Stations are earmarked to comply with the needs of the athletes during their effort. This is a place of support: ex. water, gatorade, gel, carbs, electrolites, simple medical and reception for the athletes.
We provide technically sound, safe, and exciting events. Participants receive a dri-wick shirt, swim cap, food, ice bath, massage, beer and fun after the event. Half Iron receive a medal and water bottles on the bike course.Bike racks will have your race number and wave you start in. Each mile on the run courses will be marked. The long bike course will have a 3 bottle exchanges and plenty of aid stations on the run station.
Awards will be given to the first overall female and male winners. Age group awards will be given to the top 3 males and females in 5 year increments: 10 and under, 11-14 to 99 plus. Awards to the top overall 3 relay teams, Athena and Clydesdale. Athena and Clydesdale division is scored separately from age groups and is optional to enter. Athena is female 165lbs+ and Clydesdale is male 220lbs+.
Sprint $40, Spr Relay $25/ea; Half $100, Half Relay $40/ea. to March 21