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Severna Park Community Center623 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard Severna Park, MD 21146
Do you like to swim, bike, and run? Do you like to help raise money for a worthy cause? Then why not participate in the 12th annual Karen Stevens Memorial Kid’s Triathlon.
If you are looking for a fantastic Kid’s Triathlon this fall, the Severna Park Community Center is hosting Karen Stevens Memorial Kid’s Triathlon. It is a morning of filled with fun and excitement. All proceeds from the event will go towards provide free swim lessons for children with special needs.
Event details and schedule
Monday, August 31 - Early Registration Ends
Thursday, September 17 -Registration Closes
Saturday, September 19 - Race Day
Severna Park Community Center
7:00am - Race Check-in
7:30am - Race Begins
8:30am - Junior Tri-IT!
(Check website/e-mail for cancellation information)
Detailed Transition Area map located on race website.
10 & Under
Swim - 200 Yards (8 Lengths)
Bike – 2 miles
Run – ¾ mile
11 – 14 years old
Swim - 400 Yards (16 Lengths)
Bike – 4 miles
Run – 1½ miles
Swim - 4 Lengts of Therapy Pool
Bike – 1/8 miles (Severna Park Community Grounds)
Run – 1/10 miles (Severna Park Community Grounds)
(Bike and run distances are approximate)
Detailed map located on race website.
Relays: Consist of 2 or 3 people. Each leg needs to be completed by the person who started the leg. There can be one person for one leg and another for two or a total of three people each doing one leg. Each person needs to complete a separate registration form to participate.
Junior Tri-it!: Junior Tri-it! This course is designed for first time triathletes (8 years old and under). Participants will begin the triathlon with a swim in the SPCC heated therapy pool (4 lengths) followed by a 1/8 mile bike ride before finishing the race with a 1/10 mile run. The course will be held on the Severna Park Community Center grounds. The Junior Tri-IT is an opportunity for younger participants to develop their triathlon skills.
Timing: We encourage everyone to enjoy their experience of a recreational triathlon. The swim, run, and transition times (the time between each leg of the event) will count towards your overall triathlon time. Times will not count for the bike leg because no one is permitted to exceed the speed limit of 15 mph. No participant will be advantaged or disadvantaged by the bike “ride”. There will be designated pathways roped off to direct you to the next leg of the triathlon.