.5K Swim / 20K Bike / 5K Run

Swim Course Information:

  • The Sprint is an open water wave start. Participants will start in their respective wave groups based on age and gender.
  • The sprint does a 1-lap swim counter-clockwise with buoys to guide you
  • Medical, life guards, kayaks, boats and a dive team will all be present in case of an emergency

Bike Course Information:

  • Partially Open Course – Please be aware that the course will be primarily closed with the exception of certain areas open to traffic. For your safety, please stay inside the coned lanes when available.
  • The course does feature some technical-type turns and a few hills, so throw a decent hill or two into your training.
  • Arrows, signs, law enforcement, and volunteers will help you throughout the course.

Run Course Information:

  • Paved course running through portions of the Longview Lake Trail System. Participants will do one full lap to complete the 5K distance
  • Arrows, signs and volunteers will help you maneuver throughout the course.
  • Aid stations will be located at each mile and will include, at the minimum, HEED, water, ice, and Hammer Gels.

1.5K Swim / 40K Bike / 10K Run

Swim Course Information:

  • The Olympic is an open water wave start. Participants will start in their respective wave groups based on age and gender.
  • The Olympic does a 2-lap swim counter-clockwise with buoys to guide you
  • Medical, life guards, kayaks, boats and a dive team will all be present in case of an emergency

Bike Course Information:

  • Partially Open Course – Please be aware that the course will be primarily closed with the exception of certain areas open to traffic. For your safety, please stay inside the coned lanes when available.
  • The course does feature some technical-type turns and a few hills, so throw a decent hill or two into your training.
  • Arrows, signs, law enforcement, and volunteers will help you throughout the course.

Run Course Information:

  • Paved course running through portions of the Longview Lake Trail System. Participants will do two full laps to complete the 10K distance
  • Arrows, signs and volunteers will help you maneuver throughout the course.
  • Aid stations will be located at each mile and will include, at the minimum, HEED, water, ice, and Hammer Gels.

1.5M Run / 20K Bike / 5K Run

1st Leg Run Course Information:

  • The first run leg of the Duathlon will start at the Run In/Run Out Door in transition and will follow the trail south and turn around approximately .75M out. There will be a turnaround point clearly marked. Coming back participants will head back into transition and continue on the bike course.

Bike Course Information:

  • Partially Open Course – Please be aware that the course will be primarily closed with the exception of certain areas open to traffic. For your safety, please stay inside the coned lanes when available.
  • The course does feature some technical-type turns and a few hills, so throw a decent hill or two into your training.
  • Arrows, signs, law enforcement, and volunteers will help you throughout the course.

2nd Run Lap Course Information:

  • Paved course running through portions of the Longview Lake Trail System. Participants will complete one full lap of the sprint course to complete the 5K distance
  • Arrows, signs and volunteers will help you maneuver throughout the course.
  • Aid stations will be located at each mile and will include, at the minimum, HEED, water, ice, and Hammer Gels.

1.5K Swim / 40K Bike / 10K Run

Swim Course Information:

  • The Olympic is an open water wave start. Participants will start in their respective wave groups based on age and gender.
  • The Olympic does a 2-lap swim counter-clockwise with buoys to guide you
  • Medical, life guards, kayaks, boats and a dive team will all be present in case of an emergency

Bike Course Information:

  • Partially Open Course – Please be aware that the course will be primarily closed with the exception of certain areas open to traffic. For your safety, please stay inside the coned lanes when available.
  • The course does feature some technical-type turns and a few hills, so throw a decent hill or two into your training.
  • Arrows, signs, law enforcement, and volunteers will help you throughout the course.

Run Course Information:

  • Paved course running through portions of the Longview Lake Trail System. Participants will do two full laps to complete the 10K distance
  • Arrows, signs and volunteers will help you maneuver throughout the course.
  • Aid stations will be located at each mile and will include, at the minimum, HEED, water, ice, and Hammer Gels.
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Transition Area:

The transition area will be located on the main parking lot of the Longview Lake beach area. The area has been designed first and foremost with the safety and ease of traffic movement in mind. From the swim, racers will run up on the sidewalk from the lake into the transition area through the Run In Door. You will exit on your bike through the Bike Out Door, which exits onto Pittenger Road. After the bike is completed, racers will enter the transition area through the Bike In Door, (please be careful, this is a HEAVY TRAFFIC area with runners and bikers) rack your bike in its appropriate spot, and head out of the Run Out Door, running onto the running trail. Arrows, signs, and volunteers will help you transition in and out of the area.

Bike Support

Ultramax is pleased to announce Elite Cycling as the Official Bike Support of the 2016 KC Triathlon Triathlon. They will be on-site on race day to help you with any bike issues, problems, or questions! Be sure to stop by and visit them at their shop or visit them online at elitecycling.com

Aid Stations

Hammer Nutrition is the official Triathlon Nutrition sponsor of Ultramax Sports. Aid stations will be located at each mile and will include, at the minimum, HEED, water, ice, and Hammer Gels. If you are needing specific nourishment, please bring your own nutrition and hydration