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Details to come later in 2015
You must bring photo proof of identity and your USAT card if you have one. YOU CANNOT SEND SOMEONE ELSE TO PICK UP FOR YOU!
A parent or guardian must sign the USAT waiver at pick up if you are under 18 years old and you must bring your USAT Youth Card (if a member) or you will pay $12.
You are required to bring photo proof of identity. There are no entry transfers or substitutions. Participants who swap or sell their race number without going through the race management, will not be allowed to race and lose all entry fees as well as be subject to disciplinary action by USAT.
Steps to Print a temporary USAT card for current USAT members:
1. Go to: usatriathlon.org
2. Login using your email address and password (top left-hand corner homepage)
3. Click on "My Account" on the right side of the page
4. Once the page loads click on "Print Temporary Card" (the 7th link on left-hand side of page)
New this year, chips will be inside your race packet (except for those picking up at JackRabbit). We have comfortable disposable chips with the newest technology. Any packets picked up without their chip inside must stop by the chip station on race morning, located outside the transition area.
The 5th TOUGHTEEN Triathlon will take place in Croton Point Park Sunday September 13, 2015 as part of the Toughman Triathlon weekend festival.
The High School that has the most participants qualifies for a TOUGHTEEN GRANT.
Sunday September 13th, 2015 6:40AM
Swim 300 yards
Bike 6 miles
Run 2.5 miles
You must be at least 15 years old and under 20 years old to participate in this race. Ages will be determined based on your age on December 31st, 2015, so if you turn 15 later this year you are still eligible to race.
You must be a member of USA Triathlon to compete in the race. You can choose from an annual membership ($15 for ages 15-17, $45 for ages 18-19) or a 1-day license ($12).
No race day registration.
The race is a USAT sanctioned race so USAT rules are in effect. You must wear an ANSI-approved helmet during the bike portion of the event.