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Life Time Tri Tempe

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September 17, 2017 (Sunday)
Swim 750 Meters, Bike 12.52 Miles, Run 3.08 Miles
Swim 370 Meters, Bike 5.83 Miles, Run 2.01 Miles
Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 40 K, Run 10 K
Tempe Beach Park
Tempe, Arizona
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Life Time The Healthy Way of Life Company proudly presents the 12th Annual Life Time Tri Tempe. We'd like to invite you to compete in either the International, Sprint or SuperSprint races (individual or relay options available). Life Time Tri Tempe also offers a first-timer wave for those new to the sport of triathlon. The first-timer wave is open to anyone (even experienced athletes) looking for a low-stress, less competitive experience.
REGISTER AND RECEIVE
Besides the accomplishment of finishing a triathlon, you will receive:
- Chip timing
- Gender-specific cut Dri-Fit event T-shirt
- Finisher medals
- Awards 3 deep for overall male and female for Olympic and Sprint
- Super Sprint will only award top 3 male and female overall (no age group awards)
- Fantastic aid stations
- Post-race athlete meal provided by local restaurant
- FREE race photos courtesy of Athlinks

Event Start Location
Tempe Beach Park (on the south bank, just west of the Mill Avenue Bridge)

Course Description
The swim takes place in a manmade lake that is very calm unless there are high winds (i.e. storm force). The swim course will be a rectangle for both sprint and international athletes. Water temperatures will be approximately 80 degrees. We will be monitoring and posting the temperature of the lake right up to the event (Note: 78 degrees is considered wetsuit legal by USAT).
* Swim course cutoff time: 9:15 a.m.

The bike portion is a relatively flat, urban, looped course; each loop is approximately 12.3 miles.
* Bike course cutoff time (no new laps): 10:00 a.m.
* Complete bike course cutoff time: 11:30 a.m.

The run is a 3.1-mile loop around Tempe Town Lake with some great views of ASU and the developing landscape of Tempe. International distance athletes must complete two loops of both the bike and run course.
* Run course cutoff time: 12:45 p.m.

International Course: 1500-meter swim; 25.08-mile bike; 6.11-mile run
Sprint Course: 750-meter swim; 12.52-mile bike; 3.08-mile run
Super Sprint Course: 370-meter swim; 5.83-mile bike; 2.01-mile run

Awards
RACE DIVISIONS
Age Groups (male and female)
19 & Under
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85 & Over

Premier Division - International Distance Only
Athletes wishing to compete in the Premier Division must have competed in an international-distance triathlon within the last 12 months and with overall times of 2 hr 15 minutes for men and 2 hr 30 minutes for women. Athletes in the Premier Division removes them from being eligible for age group awards.

First Responders
The First Responders Division is open to all active and retired public safety personal (FD/PD/EMS/MILITARY/ETC). Proof of status must be provided and will be verified.

Buddy Wave
If you want to complete the race with another participant who is not in your age group (mom, brother, friend, etc.), the Buddy Wave is for you. This will be the last wave of the race. Buddy Wave participants will not be eligible for awards or age group placements but will receive a finisher's medal and an official time. To join the Buddy Wave, choose this option through the registration process.

First Timers
If you're new to the sport and want to start with our other first-time triathletes, join us in our brand new First Timer Wave. This will be the second to last wave. First Timer Wave participants will not be eligible for awards or age group placement but will receive a finisher's medal and an official time. To join the First Timer Wave, choose this option through the registration process.

Relays
Participants have the option to enter the international or sprint distance relay team, consisting of 23 people. You can choose which person will complete each specific discipline. Team members share a single timing chip, which is passed from one team member to another in transition.

Paratriathlon
The Paratriathlon Division is available to athletes with a medically verified physical, visual, or neurological impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. Three classification categories include:

Ambulatory
Wheelchair
Visually Impaired

Packet Pickup / Expo
Saturday, September 16th - 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Timing / Results
http://www.tempetri.com/tempe/results/

Post Race Activities
9:00am-1:00pm: Finish Festival & Michelob Ultra Beer Garden

Weather
Historically, the weather race day has seen high temperatures in the low 90s, with lows in the mid 60s. Its a dry heat!
 
 

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