Run 1.5M, Bike 10M, Run 3.1M
Race starts 7:00 am 1 Barnum Dyke, Bridgeport, CT
Kid's Fun Run following the race at 9:00 am. 100 yard dash --- FREE to all kids!
Come and join us on the fastest and safest triathlon course in CT for the seventh edition of the Trifitness Seaside Sprint. This sprint-distance race is set at beautiful Seaside Park in Bridgeport CT. The course is flat and closed to traffic which makes it an ideal safe start race of your 2015 triathlon season. We are also offering a duathlon distance to all our no swimmers athletes! Perfect for beginners and seasoned athletes, this race will set your calendar for a perfect first race of the season. Register now to receive the best race pricing and to secure your spot!
The swim will be one loop in the Sound from the sandy shore of Sea Side Park for the triathletes or a 1.5 mile run for the duathletes. The bike consists of 2 loops of 5 miles each, very flat and closed to all traffic for triathletes and duathletes. The run is one flat loop of 3.1 miles for triathletes and duathletes.
The course is very family friendly. Great food and Age Group awards. Relay teams are available and encouraged! Get a team of friends or co-workers and do it for fun, fitness and great achievement!
TriLatino Junior Team Youth Develoment Program
We are proud to sponsor the TriLatino Youth Tri Team at The Swim Seventy Trifitness Seaside Sprint by offering free entries to these amazing young athletes from New York. For more information about this amazing group, CLICK HERE. Awesome awards provided by Zane’s CycleStar 99.9 will be at the race site for great entertainment and music prerace, during the race and post race. Come and join the party!
Part of the proceeds will go to the Caroline House. The Caroline House is a comprehensive nondenominational education center teaching literacy and life skills to economically disadvantaged immigrant women and children. Since opening its doors, Caroline House has nurtured and educated hundreds of women and children. Our home-like setting provides a comfortable and encouraging place in which to deliver this much needed service. All programs and services are provided free of charge. Grants, foundations and individual donors provide the financial support for our center. www.thecarolinehouse.org.
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OFFICIAL SEASIDE RACE TRAINING PROGRAM 8 WEEK GROUP TRAINING PROGRAM Dates: April 20 - Race Day Location:Swim Seventy,
8 Willard Road, Norwalk, CT and other locations
Register at the Swim Seventy front desk! Price is $300 with unlimited group classes, and online training program. FREE for Swim 70 triathlon members!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS June 6: Race rehearsal free to all racers at Seaside Park at 7:30am June 13: Packet, shirt, swim cap and race numbers pick up 11am-1pm at Zane's Cycles, Brick Walk, 1215 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824 June 14: 5:30 am: Registration opens. Race day Registration available 5:30 am: Transition opens 6:30 am: Transition closes 6:40 am: Race Director and USAT Official Race briefing 6:45 am: National Anthem 7:00 am: Swim Wave 1 and Duathlon start 7:05 am: Wave 2 7:10 am: Wave 3 8:00 am: Race Party and Breakfast on the beach start 8:50 am: Kids fun run starts 9:00 am: Awards Ceremony
RACE REHEARSAL Date: Saturday, June 6 - 7:30 am at Seaside Park (Race Location)
Open to all racers. We will meet at the race site and practice the real course including the swim!
RACE TALK: Tips & Tricks for a Faster Sprint Triathlon Date: May 23, 3 pm
Presentation by our coaches and top local triathletes with a real transition demonstration swim/bike/run. FREE to all our racers!
OFFICIAL RACE HOTEL Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Center 1070 Main Street
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Reduced rates are being offered until Friday, May 9th! Book today and save!
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for the Trifitness Seaside Triathlon that will take place on June 14, 2015, please contact Trifitness at 203-202-8081 or email@example.com.
USA TRIATHLON RULES
USA Triathlon has issued a set of rules to maintain consistency and order from race to race across the country. The rules include sections on membership, and rules of conduct for swimming, cycling, running, and transition. Also included are special sections on protests, hearings and appeals, and rules modifications for physically challenged athletes. USAT Competition Rules USAT Most Commonly Violated Rules Check List for Race Day
There is a no-refund policy for the Triathlon.
Races are rain or shine unless we determine that race conditions are dangerous. This will be based on a prudent decision made on race weekend. If the race is canceled there will be no refunds. This position is consistent with USAT recommendations and with the protocol of sharing the risks associated with the sport of triathlon. In the event of inclement weather, Acts of God, or unforeseen circumstances, we reserve the right to alter, cancel or eliminate any/all portions of the race. Each athlete must accept any such risk of their entry fee paid including other amenities paid for such as t-shirts, insurance, and online administrative fees. All fees collected are used to develop and produce the event, including all race supplies.
On behalf of the entire TriLatino team we want to thank you for everything you did for us leading up to and on race day. All of our athletes had an amazing experience both racing and volunteering. We had a handful of adult athletes compete in their first triathlon and they all completed the race and had a great time doing it. Our junior team found the race both challenging and fulfilling. They all completed the race and felt such a sense of accomplishment. I just found out you so graciously gave our club discounts for Road ID's, thanks so much for that generous gift. One of the things we stress is safety and this will certainly go a long way within our organization. Thanks again for everything and I hope you enjoy the remainder of your season. - Jared Sakolsky
Your kindness to me today touched me deeply. It so happened that, after almost a quarter century in this activity, physical issues have caused me to retire today. This was, in fact, my final effort. That it came on my 80th birthday, though bitter-sweet, seemed rather fitting. I have been enormously fortunate as both an athlete and official. Today, all of the trifitness team put a beautiful exclamation point on those years. Thank you. Alan S.
Pascale, Thank you for making my first sprint triathalon an enjoyable experience. It was quite a challenge and the adrenaline was definitely flowing as I got caught up in the moment. Three of us trained and entered the race together as newbies. (A health teacher, a consumer sciences teacher (nutrition) and a physical education teacher.) We all learned some lessons along the way. Most important of all, on race day, we all finished and felt a great sense of accomplishment. Today in school we wore our shirts proudly and shared motivational stories with our students.
The trifitness staff and volunteers at the Seaside Sprint Triathlon were wonderful. Everyone was positive, upbeat, and extremely helpful. Thanks for co-ordinating a fun event! - Barb