sand hollow COURSES
Sprint 750m (0.47mi) - Olympic 1500m (0.93mi)
This counter-clockwise rectangular course starts and finishes at the west boat ramp of the Sand Hollow Reservoir. Kayaks, sea doos, boats, and lifeguards will be in the water to support all athletes. If you need a rest, while in the water, waive your arms or simply swim to the nearest kayak. You can hold on to any vessel without penalty as long as there is no forward propulsion. If you need to cut your swim short for any reason, let the water support team member know, and they will bring you in to shore.
Sprint 12.4 mi - Olympic 20.7mi
All Sprint athletes will exit Transition at the South end, ride to the main road and make a TIGHT left-hand turn. (You will have accelerated quite a bit at this point, so please be safe making this turn.) About 3.3 miles down this road you will hit “The Hill”, which will last less than a mile but is about a 6% grade. Shortly after a right on 3000 S you will hit the turnaround point where you will then return the way you came. There will be one aid station and both cattle guards will be completely covered.
All Olympic athletes will exit the park and turn left on Sand Hollow Road. There will be road closure to traffic on the majority of the bike course. Athletes will continue on 3000 S and turn right at the end of the road onto S 1100 W (mile marker 7.5). You will ride for approximately 2.6 miles south on S 1100 W before turning around and heading back the same way you came. There will be an aid station near mile marker 5 and 15.
Bike Aid Stations
There will be 1 aid station on the Sprint course and 1 aid stations on the Olympic course. There will be lemon-lime Gatorade Endurance Formula, Hammer Gels and bottled water available at bike aid stations. Please follow all staff, marshal and law enforcement directions.
SPRINT BIKE MAPS
OLYMPIC BIKE MAPS
Sprint / 5K (3.1mi) - Olympic / 10K (6.2mi)
This run course is out and back. Enjoy the most scenic run course along the edge of Sand Hollow! Begin your run at the north end of Transition, follow the chute out to the Dam. Run alongside the Dam for approximately 1 mile then continue on the paved road to your turnaround, then head back the same way you came. There will be an aid station at each mile marker. Remember to stay on the water-side of Lake Side Drive because the road will not be closed to traffic.
There will be aid stations approximately every mile. 5K course will have 3 opportunities to fuel up, while the 10K course will have 6 opportunities. Hammer Heed, Hammer Gels and water will be offered at all run aid stations.
The Duathlon will begin with a 5K run, then head out on a 12.4mi Sprint Bike, and complete the race with a 5K run to the finish line.
RUN COURSE MAPS