Six events, two days and one great location!
Entries open 1 August 2019.
A major cash prize will be up for grabs for both King and Queen of the Lake awarded to the fastest overall time across the three main events (aquathon, 2km swim, sprint tri).
There will also be prizes for winners of individual events and lots of spot prizes from our great sponsors! Further information including course maps will be added over the coming weeks.
We have some awesome events! Enter the series or individual events – join us!
King & Queen of the Lake – Series – 25 & 26 January 2020.
To qualify for the King & Queen of the Lake series, you must complete The Go Physio Aquathon; 2 km Open Water Swim; and the Sprint Tri.
All series finishers will receive a special Series Finisher medal.
Saturday 25 January 2020
8.30 am – Go Physio Aquathon
A reverse aquathon – a 5.5km offroad run followed by an 800m swim (2 x 400m laps)
11.00 am – Kids Triathlon
The kids triathlon is a great first step into triathlon, or an ideal follow up from the Weetbix Tryathlon series.
The distances are approximately 100m swim/2km bike/1km run.
Please note the kids’ tri always sells out in advance of the event, and event numbers are strictly limited to 150 children across all categories. To avoid disappointment, enter early.
4.00 pm – Open Water Swim – 2km (including the Hinemoa Trophy)
Competitors will catch a bus to the Blue Lake Lookout. Buses will leave at 3.20pm and 3.40pm. All competitors must be on the start by 3.50pm for race briefing.
Race briefing: 3.50pm at the Blue Lake Lookout beach?? The Hinemoa Swim trophies are award to the first male and female competitors that complete the 2km swim without wetsuits.
4.00 pm – Open Water Swim – 750m
One lap of the swim course, in the beautiful & iconic Blue Lake. Starting on the beach opposite the holiday park, and finishing at the main gantry.
Sunday 26 January 2020
8.30 am – Sprint Triathlon
Swim – One x 750m lap?Cycle – 16km (Two 8km laps)?Run – One x 5.5km loop
8.30 am – Tikitapu Taster Tri
Swim – One x 400m lap?Cycle – 8km (one lap)?Run – An offroad run on a shorter course (2 to 3km in length) to finish.
Start approx 8.30am
8.30 am 5.5km Offroad Fun Run & Walk
This is a non-competitive fun run or walk. Competitors will be eligible for spot prizes. Race Briefing: 8.15am at the Finish line