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The ultimate goal of the event is to complete the most complete triathlons, duathlons or single discipline legs as possible in the alloted time choosen.
Single discipline athletes, such as an ultra cycling or ultra swimming athlete must try to complete as many loops as possible. The winner is simply the indivudual / team who has completed the most laps during the rae.
Duathlon, participants have the goal of completing as many full duathlons (run - bike - run) as possible. If a team or individual has completed 10 runs and 5 bikes, they finish with 5 complete duathlons. If a team or individual has completed 9 runs and 5 bikes, they finish with 4 complete duathlons + a run and a bike. If a team or individual has completed 10 runs and 4 bikes, they finish with 4 complete duathlons + a run.
Triathlon, participants have the goal of completing as many full triathlons (swim - bike - run) as possible. If a team or individual has completed 10 swims 10 bikes and 10 runs, they finish with 10 complete triathlons. If a team or individual has completed 10 swims, 10 bikes and 9 run, they finish with 9 complete triathlons + a swim and a bike. If a team or individual has completed 8 swims, 10 bikes and 9 runs, they finish with 8 complete triathlons - none of the additinal bikes and runs count since scoring is done in the order a triathlon is completed.
SOLO ATHLETES are allowed to have crew and support during the race. Crew is allowed to stay in your campsite, but we do not make more space available based on the amount of crew you have coming along. We will have a space at the transition area for you to place bottles / fuel so you won't have to go back to your tent lap after lap to refuel. Your crew is allowed to provide supprt inside the fenced in transition area lap after lap. You are allowed a pacer on the run and bike. If a pacer is accompanying you, they must check in at the timing tent and are requried have a wristband on before entering the course.
TEAMS will have only one team member on course at a time. Upon completion of a team members lap, another team member may begin. Completion of lap happens when that team member reaches the triple cone in the transition area and yells your team number to our timer. You do not share a bib number, but rather all team members will have their own wristband with your team number on it - making transition fast and easy. Teams can privde support to their team memebrs inside the transition area, but may not utilize the solo tables for storing extra bottles / fuel.
* 36hr participants are required to start the event by completing one guided lap on the bike. 24hr / 12hr / 8hr participnats may start on either. the swim, bike or run. You are allowed to repeat disciplines as many times as you'd like before moving on to another discipline. For example, you may complete 15 swims in a row before moving onto the run or bike.
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