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Dan Adair MD, Memorial Triathlon

Sunday, August 27, 2017
Memorial SportsCare 4550 West Isles SpringfieldIL  62711
Sunday, August 27, 2017
Memorial SportsCare 4550 West Isles SpringfieldIL  62711
Triathlon-Sprint (Non Competitive) - Individual
$35.00
in 39 days $40.00
Triathlon-Sprint (Non Competitive) - Relay Team
$70.00
in 39 days $80.00
Triathlon-Sprint Competive - Individual
$45.00
in 39 days $50.00
Triathlon-Sprint Competive - Relay Team
$90.00
in 39 days $100.00

About This Activity

Sunday, August 27th, 2017 is the 2nd annual Dr. Dan Adair MD, Memorial Triathlon.

Dr. Adair was an Orthopedic Surgeon for Springfield Clinic and Founder of Memorial SportsCare. Race day includes both a Competitive and Non-Competitive triathlon. The non-competitive begins with a 100 yard swim, 6.1 mile bike and a 1.1. mile run and has a starting time of 8:00 a.m. The competitive race starts at 9:00 a.m. with a 400 yard swim, a 12 mile bike and finishes with a 5k (3.1 mile) run. 

SWAG – Stuff We All Get

All racers will receive a gender specific custom race shirt, finisher medal, race number belt, bib with bike frame sticker and a race collectible. In addition, there will be on-course support, post race food and drinks and an award ceremony.

The final shirt order will be placed on Monday a.m. of race week. You can still register thru and on race day but no shirt is guaranteed. The on-line registration option will be turned off Wednesday of race week at midnight.

Awards

For the competitive race, overall awards will be given to the Top 3 men and women. In addition, awards will be given to the top 3 Overall Clydesdales (men over 220 lbs. and Athena women over 165 lbs.) and top 3 in each of the following age groups: male and female – 14 and under, 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, 80-84, 85-89.

An Award Ceremony is scheduled to begin immediately after the conclusion of the 9:00 am race, approximately 10:15.

Fees

Non-Competitive –

Individuals: $35 thru midnight on 6/30/2017; $40 from 7/01 thru race day.

Relays: $70 thru midnight on 6/30/2017; $80 from 7/01 thru race day.

Competitive -

Individuals: $45 thru midnight on 6/30/2017; $50 from 7/01 thru race day.

Relays: $90 thru midnight on 6/30/2017; $100 from 7/01 thru race day.

Refund Policy

There are no refunds. A transfer to another Tri Harder event or next years’ event may be possible at the Race Director’s discretion when a valid, timely request is made by the participant.

Event details and schedule

Race Day Information

Packet Pick-Up

Friday, August 25th, 2017

4:00 - 7:00pm @ Memorial SportsCare inside the westside YMCA

4550 West Iles Ave.

Springfield, Il 62711

Race day packet pickup is from 6:00am – 7:30 am @ Memorial SportsCare inside the westside YMCA

Racers must show their PHOTO ID and if applicable their USAT membership card or pay the one-day USAT fee of $15. The youth fee is $10 and is for an annual USAT membership.

NO ID, NO USAT CARD, NO RACING, NO EXCEPTIONS. USAT POLICY

There will be signs posted for parking; follow the signs and volunteers’ directions.

A Mandatory Pre-Race meeting is scheduled 15 minutes before the start of each race (poolside 7:45 & 8:45am)

Race Identification

Packets will contain 2 separate race numbers.

The sticker number is to be attached to the bike frame. This number will be utilized for race identification and to allow the removal of your bike from the transition area.

The bib number should be pinned to your clothing or worn on a race number belt during the bike and run portion. It is mandatory on the run course.

Listening Devices

Based on USAT rules, no listening devices will be permitted on the course. While these may aid your training, they make you and others around you unsafe on race day. You will be disqualified if you choose to ignore this rule. Safety of everyone on the course is our #1 goal. Keep your tunes for training. NO EXCEPTIONS, NO DEBATES, NO REFUNDS.

FYI, if you are injured during the event, a listening device cancels any USAT insurance claim.

Timing Chips

Timing Chips will be distributed beginning Sunday at 7:00 am poolside for the first event. Once you get a chip, you cannot cross the timing mats near the pool. Be aware of this or you could mess up everyone’s times.

Volunteers will remove Timing Chips immediately after you cross the finish line. If your chip is not returned, you will be charged for it.

Race Day Street Closures

Although residents will be allowed on Iles Avenue, the section of Iles between Lenhart Rd. and Archer Elevator Road to the Sangamon Valley Bike Trail will be closed by the Springfield Police Department. 

Race Day Traffic Control

Although the bike courses are on primarily opened roads, the Springfield Police will be monitoring and restricting vehicle traffic at Iles and Archer Elevator Rd.  The Sangamon County Sheriff will be controlling traffic at Lenhart Rd. and Iles, Curran Rd and Werner, Farmingdale and Old Jacksonville and Old Jacksonville and New Salem Church Rd. 

Course Notes

The non competitive racers will follow the Yellow arrows and signs. 

The competitive racers will follow the Orange arrows and signs. 

The bike course is largely open to traffic. All intersections will have traffic control with race marshals and/or police, but racers should pay attention to their surroundings and race accordingly. If in question, follow police directions; don’t trust the traffic.

The Bike course proceeds in a clockwise loop and is open to traffic. 

The run course is mainly closed. It is closed once you are on the trail.  You will run inside the coned lane on Iles and you will run on the left.  Once you are on the bike path please run on the right to maintain the traffic flow with the non racing public. You will turn around at the Yellow A frame sign for non competitive runners or the Orange A frame sign for competetive runners. When you return to Iles from the bike path please run on the left to Finish. 

Please review both the bike and run course routes on the website map. You are expected to know the courses; it is not the responsibility of the volunteers or police.

Hydration/Restrooms

Water and Hammer Nutrition’s HEED will be available at the Start, in Transition, at the Finish and at the hydration stations.

The non competiitive runners have no water on the course due to the short distance. 

The competitive runners have water at mile .9 and 2.2. 

Restrooms are located in the commons area and transition area. There are no on-course facilities due to the relatively short distances.

First Aid/Medical

Medical personnel will be at the Start/Finish and on course. Ambulance and Police departments can be reached at 911.

Food & Refreshments

Racers will receive pizza, fruit, cookies and drinks after their race. Please show bib for lunch. All volunteers will receive a lunch but must wear their volunteer shirt to receive.

Fluids will be available at several locations on site, but we request that only racers and volunteers consume these drinks.

Please review the SITE MAPS which will be located around the aquatic center for racer and spectator movement patterns and site orientation. Maps are also available on the website.

Course Marking

The non competitive racers will follow the Yellow arrows and signs. 

The competitive racers will follow the Orange arrows and signs. 

The course will be marked with yellow and orange paint directional arrows on the road and volunteers will be on course.  Signs with yellow or orange will show on course turns. 

There will be directional arrows and/or signs when course changes occur. Volunteers will be on the course for guidance.

Green paint on street means rough spot. Pay attention for the Green paint.

Finish & Transition Area

All bikes must have bar end plugs. If you need bar end plugs, please see the bike mechanics near transition. All racers must wear a CPSC approved helmet which must be fastened before leaving transition & during the bike. Not having a helmet is cause for disqualification. Racers cannot ride their bike in transition; racers must exit the transition and wait to mount their bikes at the “Mount/Dismount” line.

UPON RACE COMPLETION, NO BIKE OR GEAR CAN BE REMOVED FROM TRANSITION WITHOUT PROPER IDENTIFICATION/RACE NUMBERS. NO EXCEPTIONS. FRAME STICKER MUST MATCH BODY MARKING AND BIB NUMBER.

Security will be provided from 7:00 am until 11:00am. No one except racers are allowed in transition area; this is for everyone’s safety and security. Hassling the entrance and exit volunteers is immediate disqualification – Thank a volunteer, do not hassle a volunteer.

All racers are required to read and understand the USAT and equipment waivers. Both must be signed, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Organizer Info

Map & Direction

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