COURSE

Course Description

The course for the Tiger Trout Triathlon is very incredible. The swim is in Scofield Reservoir in a out and back format with a 10 meter barrier to prevent swimmers from running into each other. The Bike Course leaves Scofield State Park and follows along the lake the majority of the course with a crossing of the dam and an awesome ride into a beautiful small town that looks like it came out of the movie Coal Miners Daughter. The bike is out and back with a trees and beauty all around. This course is primarily flat but does have some rolling hills. The run course is the same course as the bike however unlike the bike the run stays on the lake side of the road when it comes back to prevent the runners and bikers from running into each other.

 

Course Maps for the Tiger Trout Triathlon 2016
Course
Swim
Bike
Run
Sprint Distance
750 Meters
12.4 Miles
3.1 Miles
Sprint Maps
Olympic Distance
1500 Meters
24.8 Miles
6.2 Miles
Olympic Maps

Transition Area for Olympic & Sprint races in 2016

Complete Downloadable PDF Course Maps

 

Aid Stations

Road Signage Information for 2016

1. Colors In 2016 On Hill Events will be using colors for the Tiger Trout Triathlon to help show transition areas. Blue for Swim. Green for Bike. Red for Run. Spray chalk arrows based on color help direct racers as well.

2. Many signs for turns and turn arounds will have volunteers directing racers. Most every turn will have a volunteer but some of the signs will not so we will use a large bright signs. Our Bike and Run Course Inspectors will drive and verify all signs and volunteers one hour prior to starting the races. Essential signs will use large vertical panels to direct racers.

3. Painted Streets for all turns and turn arounds. We will mark every mile with spray chalf paint on bike and run. Look for a Dash and number on course (Example -15). Spray Chalk for all Transition Areas (Know the Transition Area in case rain Sprays off the chalk).

4. Volunteers at all Turn Arounds and protecting the transition area

5. Flag Signs for all Transition Areas.

6. More Fencing in the Transition Area to protect against spectators.

7. Spectator Designated Areas. Tell your spectators your anticipated transitions to keep them out of the primary spectator area (near finish) until they know you will be finishing. It is not necessary to have spectators in the Spectator Finish Area until they know their runner is coming in.

 

Aid Station Information for 2016

Sprint and Olympic Run Aid Stations Mile 1.55, 3.1, 4.65 with Gels, Electrolyte, and Water. Two volunteers per aid station.
Sprint and Olympic Bike Aid Stations No aid stations. We recommend water bottles filled prior, We will provide water and electrolyte in Bike Out Transition Area.
All Races There will be a lot of potties at Start/Finish/Transition Areas.
Food at Finish Line All Distances

The food that will be at the Finish Line Area will be Electrolyte, Oranges, Bananas, Apples, Bread and Fat Boy ice cream.

 

First Aid Help

Finish Line Tent with Cots with EMT Safety Director (EMT) at transition area
Several Life Guards in Water Volunteers can call Safety Director

 

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