Team triathlon, Iron Category
Celebrate the 4th of July in Arlington this year! We have a smorgasbord of festivities! What better way to kick it off than participate in the annual tradition that dates back to pioneer days?!?!?
The Pedal Paddle Puff Triathlon is great fun for the whole family, groups of friends, or individuals who want to push themselves to the limit.
All race categories will have overall prizes. All paid participants 21 and older have free access to the Stilly Beer and Wine Garden. Due to legal restriction, the boating portion is limited to 16 years or older, 12 or older with a boater safety card, unless accompanied by an old.
TIME AND PLACE:
Registration and packet pick up at Haller Park 8:00 Start of Triathlon at Haller Park 9:00am
Approximately 17 miles of 3 interconnected routes utilizing a bike, canoe/kayak and running. Route #1 Pedal: Approximately 7.8 miles. From Haller City Park entrance, go south on Division Ave. to Haller Ave. Turn left on Haller Ave. (on north side of Grocery Outlet) to Broadway St. Turn right on Broadway to Burke Ave. (Hwy 530). Turn left on Burke Ave. (Hwy 530 East) follow SR 530 to the Cicero Bridge where the Paddle portion of the race begins.
Route #2 Paddle:
Approximately 6 miles. All Paddlers must have life jackets and whistles. Beginning before Cicero Bridge, 6 miles along the main channel of the North Fork of the Stilly River to the beach at Haller Park.
Route #3 Freedom 5K Color Run Puff: Approximately 3.1 miles. Head down Eagle Trail and proceed down Dike road. Follow the road approximately 1.5 miles, and return back to the race finish line and enjoy the after party. There will be volunteers blocking traffic, and a clearly marked turn around. Note: The river conditions may dictate a change in the landing area.
FOR TRIATHLON PARTICIPANTS, YOU NEED TO PROVIDE YOUR OWN KAYAK OR CANOE!
Following the race will be snacks, drinks, music and prizes! All race participants will receive a race t shirt, and craft beer following the event in the beer garden (for 21 and older of course for the beer).