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September 4 @ 1:00 am - 8:00 am MDT
September 4, 2023
Standard: 1500m Swim, 38km Bike, 10km Run
Sprint: 750m Swim, 19km Bike, 5km Run
Tri it: 300m Swim, 9km Bike, 2.5km Run
Relay Teams – Standard & Sprint
*Register EARLY! Fees increase on January 1 and June 1
- Fees DO NOT include GST or online transaction fees
- Triathlon BC membership required. You will be required to provide a valid membership number or purchase a membership (annual or $20 ‘day insurance’)
- We will be cross-referencing all inputted information. If an inputted number is invalid, you will not be allowed to participant unless you:
- display your valid membership number at package pickup
- pay the day fee at package pickup.
- Not a member yet? Become a member of TriBC Now
- ENTRIES RECIEVED ON/AFTER August 15 ARE NOT GUARANTEED TSHIRTS OR SIZING.
Stanley Park – Ceperley Field (next to 2nd Beach Pool)
Stanley Park is located on the traditional territory of Coast Salish First Nations, including the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil Waututh.
As the entire course will be closed to traffic between 6:30am and 10am, parking within Stanley Park (north of Second Beach) will be accessible between 5 and 6:30am ONLY. Ample parking is available south of Lost Lagoon and parking lots surrounding Denman St.
Note: Pay Parking is in effect.
The Vancouver Triathlon is currently seeking hotel partners.
Saturday, September 2 12:00pm-6:00pm @ The Right Shoe (1601 W 4th Ave, Vancouver)
Sunday, September 3 1:00pm – 6:00pm @ Stanley Park (2nd Beach)
* you will be dropping your bike off at this time.
September 3rd – Sunday –
1:00pm- 6:00pm – Package pickup, Bike Check and DROP OFF – Stanley Park.
**Overnight security is provided**
3:00pm-4:00pm – Transition Training Seminar @ Transition
Transition Training Seminar
Never completed a race before? Need some advice/assistance? We all do!
We’re here to help! We are offering ‘Transition Training’ Seminars for all our our events. Multisportscanada staff will be onsite on Sunday from 3-4pm. They will walk you through the in’s-and-out’s of the event; how to prepare your bike for the race, what to watch for, and of course answer any and all questions you may have!
September 4th – Monday –
Athlete check-in and chip pickup
Pre-race briefing (in transition)
Wave 1 – all Tri it triathlon athletes
Wave 2 – Standard Women & Standard relay teams
Wave 3 – All Standard Men 40+
Wave 4 – All Standard men Under 40
Wave 5 –Sprint Women & Sprint relay teams
Wave 6 – All Sprint men
Standard = 1.5km • Sprint Triathlon = 750m • Tri it = 300m
The swim will be held in English Bay on the shore of Second Beach. The expected water temperature is 17degrees Celcius and air temp 21degrees (current water temperature is 19 degrees). Wetsuits are suggested and the provided swim caps must be worn. Lifeguards on paddleboards, and volunteers in motorboats and canoes/kayaks will patrol the swim course. The Standard event will consist of two(2), 750m laps (a beach run to begin the second). The Sprint event will be 1 lap. All waves will start with a beach run. Standard athletes will have to exit the water to start their second lap. Please ensure you are on the beach 10 minutes prior to your race start time. The Tri It event will consist of a 1 lap course.
Standard = 37.6km • Sprint = 18.8km • Tri it Triathlon = 9.4km
The sprint and standard distance bike courses will be comprised of 2 or 4 laps respectively. The course follows Park Drive.
The Tri it wave is 1 lap of the course.
THIS COURSE IS ENTIRELY CLOSED TO TRAFFIC. Draft marshals and volunteers will patrol the course. Please keep your head up and be aware of other athletes, pedestrians and wildlife. The course will open to traffic flow at 10am.
The park may be busy with walkers – PLEASE KEEP YOUR HEADS UP. We will do our utmost to ensure your safety, but ultimately it is in your hands.
The Tri it event will consist of a 1 lap course.
- Participants may use road or mountain bikes.
- All bike repairs are done by cyclists only.
- Portable music players are not permitted.
- The practice of drafting behind cyclists is illegal.
- Course Marshals will direct competitors and assist with traffic control.
Standard = 10km • Sprint = 5km • Tri it Triathlon = 2.5km
From transition, you will exit transition towards the swim chute. A left turn takes you onto the paved trail along English Bay. Follow it past First Beach, past the Inukshuk all the way to the turnaround under Burrard Bridge. There is a water station at the turnaround point. Return the same way but just past First Beach you will follow the trail that heads to the right – up to the upper trail back towards the transition area.
Tri it athletes – your turnaround is at the 1.25k mark
Aid stations (with water and F2C) will be available at the exit of transition and at the Inukshuk turnaround point.
Get a detailed view of the map here –https://www.plotaroute.com/route/2012817
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 swim.
*NOTE: Transition will remain open once the race starts, but please stay next to your bike to avoid collisions with athletes that are currently racing.
**NOTE: Please have only what you will be racing with placed by your bike. No large bags, buckets or bins are allowed next to your bike.
STANDARD AND SPRINT DISTANCE.
The concept is simple: 1 person swims, 1 person bikes and 1 person runs. The ‘baton’ (timing chip) is passed between each team member in transition. Teams are a great way to take on a triathlon with friends or family. Same sex, or mixed, race in one category.
CHARITY AND FUNDRAISING
Secure your spot AND make your experience about more than just the finish line.
Pay a reduced entry fee and fundraise a minimum of $700 for one of our Charities of Choice!
Their teams will be with you every stop of the way with resources, advice and motivation!
HOW THIS WORKS
1. Register and pay a discounted entry fee to secure your spot!
2. Create a fundraising page and commit to raising a minimum of $700 by race day for our charity.
- by registering for this category, you agree to fundraise a minimum of $700 for our charity. If you do not meet the minimum 24hrs prior to race-day, you will be charged the difference to be able to participate in the event.
In 1983, Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon opened its doors in Shaughnessy. The original 13-bedroom house provided support for sick kids and families needing to travel long distances to receive specialized care only found in Vancouver. Over the years, the demand for this essential service quickly grew beyond what this house could offer, so construction of a new building was soon underway.
Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver was established in 1978, enabling impactful mentoring relationships where children and youth can discover their power and potential, in collaboration with our local communities. Supporting over 1,000 children and youth in our community every year through prevention-based mentoring programs in Burnaby, Delta, Surrey, New Westminster, the North Shore, Richmond, the Tri-Cities, and Vancouver.
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The Vancouver Lifeguard Association (VLA) is a non-profit organization based out of the Metro Vancouver area. Since 2003 the VLA has mentored over 1000 youth through their indoor Junior Lifeguard Clubs and outdoor Beach Alert Camps at Kitsilano Beach and Pool. Within the VLA we strive to support and promote water safety education in the community, including providing volunteer lifeguards and first aid opportunities for major public events.
The Vancouver Lifeguard Association provides social connection, valued experiences and leadership development for current and future lifeguards in a fun environment.
Our vision is a Metro Vancouver aquatic community that celebrates a growing number of lifeguards. We strive to develop through meaningful connections, quality experiences and embrace the positive values of recreation.
• Integrity, Participation, Leadership, Community, Spirit, Health and Wellness
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