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However, we aren’t going to let social distancing get us down. We believe multisport is fun, and we won’t stop until you do too.
So this summer, let's take a virtual road trip together around New York state!
Over the next 8 weeks we are going to travel to 8 different destinations around the state, but surprise, we aren’t going to tell you where we are going until we get there. Who doesn’t like a little mystery? It adds to the fun!
As with every race we do, $10 from every registration is going to go to the Pirate Toy Fund, this great charity provides toys to kids that are in hospitals while they wait for procedures and to other agencies where there are kids in need of some happiness in their lives. You can find out everything they do HERE.
Make sure to join the FB group HERE.
Each week, on Thursday, we will send you an itinerary for our latest destination.
The itinerary will include:
This website will be updated with the new destination for you to enter your race course completion time.
If having fun while staying fit, the surprise of where we are going, and learning about 8 great places in New York state and multisport was not enough for you, then wait, there’s more.
By registering for The NYS Multisport Road Trip before July 31st, you will receive a t-shirt, a medal of the event logo adorned with carefully crafted stamps of our destinations on the map, and a keepsake to help you relive the fun summer we all had together and that you can take with you on a real road trip with your family.
To help you plan your week (or negotiate with your coach), we are providing you the distances for each week’s race.
|Leg #1 (choose 1)||Leg #2||Leg #3|
|Mystery Destination #1||1750 yards||3200 meters||3 miles||25.8 miles||6.04 miles|
|Mystery Destination #2||1500 yards||2750 meters||2.5 miles||21.6 miles||4.45 miles|
|Mystery Destination #3||1200 yards||2200 meters||2 miles||13.1 miles||4.11 miles|
|Mystery Destination #4||800 yards||1500 meters||1.5 miles||16.4 miles||3.65 miles|
|Mystery Destination #5||800 yards||1500 meters||1.5 miles||11.1 miles||2.85 miles|
|Mystery Destination #6||2200 yards||3800 meters||3.6 miles||36.9 miles||8.89 miles|
|Mystery Destination #7||1500 yards||2750 meters||3 miles||22.75 miles||6.22 miles|
|Mystery Destination #8||1650 yards||3000 meters||3.1 miles||26.7 miles||6.22 miles|
For all of the options for the race we have some exciting news.....We have created a referral bonus that helps YOU save some money. Here are the details:
Sign up 3 people using your referral code and you get a $10 refund on your registration
Sign up 5 people using your referral code and you get a $15 refund on your registration
It is simple as that! You get to do something fun with your friends and they get to save you some money!! Share your code today!
We will reveal our destination the Thursday before our race week.
No. You do you. Break it up however you like throughout the week.
Add up the time it took you to cover all the legs in your event, and then enter that time on your runsignup profile.
We understand that options may change on a weekly basis, so we have provided distances for swimming, paddling, and running based on the average pace per sport.
Also, maybe you just feel like mixing it up. Go for it!
See Why is Leg #1 a choice of swim, paddle, or run?
Related history of multisport #1: The first recorded triathlon was in 1974. This event was devised by an endurance running club looking to introduce cross-training into their routine. The event went from run to bike to swim, and the distances were based on the geography of Fiesta Island (great location name for starting the party of multisport). It wasn’t until the formation of the ITU (International Triathlon Union) in 1989, 15 years later, that the format of triathlon was standardized.
Since we didn’t need to pull permits and no one is going to qualify for another race from this, we decided to go back to the originating spirit and pick what is now known as “Classic Distance” race courses, or courses that followed geography without extra out-and-backs to meet a prescribed distance. Out-and-backs aren’t fun anyway. (Side note: Some of these courses would be very interesting to get properly permitted.)
In short, these distances are even more traditional than what you are used to.
One of the most stressful parts about travelling is planning, have you heard of analysis paralysis.
We are taking the stress of planning your virtual travel out of the equation. Also, we think it is going to be a lot of fun having you guess where we are going next.
However, we do recognize that some of you might have a coach to negotiate with for incorporating this road trip into your training plans.
We will close registration on July 31st. That is the deadline for when we must order swag. After you register we will send you the itineraries for the weeks you have missed.
We will close registration on July 31 to ensure that we get all of the swag in and sent to everyone about a week after our road trip ends. This will include your shirt, medal and your keepsake to highlight where we have been.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Additional race information can be found at https://www.wolfpackmultisport.com/.
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