Date(s) - 06/08/2022
7:00 am - 11:00 am
Lake Chaparral Residents Association
We are excited to see the return of the Lake Chaparral Triathlon! A weekend of multisport activity.
Race at Calgary’s longest running olympic distance Triathlon!
Our 22nd year offers distances for all ages and abilities!
*Register EARLY! Fees increase March 1 and on July 16.
*Fees DO NOT include GST or online transaction fees
*Alberta Triathlon membership required. You will be required to provide a valid membership number or purchase a membership (annual or $20 ‘day insurance’)
*ENTRIES RECIEVED ON/AFTER July 16 ARE NOT GUARANTEED TSHIRTS OR SIZING.
WHAT YOU GET
Lake Chaparral Community Centre
Follow this map link to the race site!
There is limited parking within the community of Lake Chaparral, and the resident’s Board of Director’s has requested that we have everyone participating in the event park along the cross streets and DO NOT PARK along the “main drag – Chaparral Drive” of the community leading into the lake. This will ease the congestion around the transition area, and make the event much more enjoyable for all. We respectfully ask that you obey this rule, and hope it doesn’t cause any inconvenience. We have reserved some handicapped parking within the parking lot of the lake should this be required, however this will only be allowed for handicapped persons.
Friday, August 5th 3:00pm-7:00pm TBD
Saturday, August 6th 7:00am – 7:45am Onsite
No bike check necessary this year!
Race Day Itinerary – Saturday, August 6th
6:00am – 7:30am Late package pickup, timing chip issued, body marking
***ALL ATHLETES MUST CHECK IN PRIOR TO 7:30AM (REGARDLESS OF DISTANCE)***
7:45am Pre-race briefing (FOR ALL ATHLETES) at the dock area
8:00am Race Starts:
12-13 yrs – 1st Heat
10-11 yrs – 2nd Heat
8-9 yrs – 3rd Heat
7 & Under – 4th Heat
11:00am Post-race festivities (munchies & draw prizes)
** ALL times subject to change. Times will be confirmed at the pre-race meeting. Some items may not be allowed – pending covid restrictions
COURSE AND EVENT DETAILS
- One parent can help one child in transition for those ages 7&Under.
- Floatation devices are allowed for age 7&Under and 8-9.
- Parents are able to assist in the water, but note – the water is deep and you must assist other children in the water as well
The area where everything takes place and in competitive events, the place where a race can be won or lost! In our event, usually a crazy spot as many people don’t know where to find their equipment during the event.
Please place your bike and equipment and then look around to ‘site’ your location—what are you next to, what does your towel look like, what rack are you in, etc. When set up, leave transition and walk towards your bike when coming from the lake.
AGAIN – ONLY 1 Parent allowed with 1 child in transition…for ages 7&under