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Playtri Stonebridge Ranch Triathlon

When

Sprint/Olympic Triathlon on Sunday, September 29th

Transition Opens 5:30am

Olympic Transition Closes -- 6:45am

Olympic Race Starts 7:00am

Sprint Transition Closes -- 8:00am

Sprint Race Starts -- 8:55am


Where

Stonebridge Ranch Beach and Tennis Club

6201 Virginia Parkway

McKinney, TX


Course

Sprint: 750 meter swim 11mile bike (2 loops) 5k run

Olympic: 1500 meter swim (2 loops) 22 mile bike (4 loops) 10k run


FREE Pre-Race Clinics

Friday, September 27th, join Playtri Coach David Bertrand for a First Timers clinic at the Playtri Performance Center at 6pm.


Saturday, September 28th, join Playtri Coach David at 10:30am for Open Water Swim Tips and Playtri Coach/USAT Race Referee Aaron Patel at 1:00 PM for course review, transition practice, and Q&A. Please bring everything you need to bike and run (if you want to practice your transitions) and of course any questions you may have!

Please contact Coach David at david@playtri.com or Coach Aaron at aaron@playtri.com with any questions. These clinics are free of charge and open to all area triathletes.


Free Coach Consultation

Pre-register by Wednesday September 25th at info@playtri.com and get a 30 minute Consultation with a Playtri Coach free during packet pickup hours at the Playtri Store only. This is your opportunity to meet with a Playtri Coach and get advice on any topic. A schedule will be sent out to registrants a week prior to pick a time slot.


Refund Policy

No Refunds or Transfers allowed.


Awards

Top 3 Overall Open Male and Female (Open Wave participants only - Open Wave intended for elite athletes).


Top Overall Masters and Grand Masters male and female (Open Wave not eligible for these awards).


Age Group / Weight Class awards will be 3 deep for both Male and Female (Open Wave not eligible for these awards).


Relay Team awards will be for top 3 in each category (male, female, coed).


Benefiting Charity

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.


USAT Membership

The Stonebridge Triathlon and the Stonebridge Swim races are all USAT sanctioned events. All participants must be a current annual member of USAT or purchase a one day permit for $12 or a $45 annual membership through online registration or at packet pick up.

All established USAT rules will be in effect and will be strictly enforced. You must show your USAT member card and your photo ID at packet pick up - no exceptions. Friends and family will not be allowed to pick up anyone's packet. If you are an annual USAT member and do not bring your member card to packet pick up, you must buy a $12 one day membership or a $45 annual membership


Group Training-Aug 5th - Sept 29th

This Triathlon Group Training Program targets any athlete desiring to complete in the Sprint or Olympic distance races at the Playtri Stonebridge Ranch event. Contact david@playtri.com or sign up at http://playtri.com/sbrgroup

Event schedule and times

When

Sprint/Olympic Triathlon on Sunday, September 29th

Transition Opens 5:30am

Olympic Transition Closes -- 6:45am

Olympic Race Starts 7:00am

Sprint Transition Closes -- 8:00am

Sprint Race Starts -- 8:55am



Run-Far Athlete Tracking


Run-Far Racing Services will be providing athlete updates via text message on the day of the race. An invitation to take advantage of this option will be emailed out about one week before race day.

Let your friends and family keep track of you throughout your rac


When

Sprint/Olympic Triathlon on Sunday, September 29th

Transition Opens 5:30am

Olympic Transition Closes -- 6:45am

Olympic Race Starts 7:00am

Sprint Transition Closes -- 8:00am

Sprint Race Starts -- 8:55am


Where

Stonebridge Ranch Beach and Tennis Club

6201 Virginia Parkway

McKinney, TX


Course

Sprint: 750 meter swim 11mile bike (2 loops) 5k run

Olympic: 1500 meter swim (2 loops) 22 mile bike (4 loops) 10k run


FREE Pre-Race Clinics

Friday, September 27th, join Playtri Coach David Bertrand for a First Timers clinic at the Playtri Performance Center at 6pm.


Saturday, September 28th, join Playtri Coach David at 10:30am for Open Water Swim Tips and Playtri Coach/USAT Race Referee Aaron Patel at 1:00 PM for course review, transition practice, and Q&A. Please bring everything you need to bike and run (if you want to practice your transitions) and of course any questions you may have!

Please contact Coach David at david@playtri.com or Coach Aaron at aaron@playtri.com with any questions. These clinics are free of charge and open to all area triathletes.


Free Coach Consultation

Pre-register by Wednesday September 25th at info@playtri.com and get a 30 minute Consultation with a Playtri Coach free during packet pickup hours at the Playtri Store only. This is your opportunity to meet with a Playtri Coach and get advice on any topic. A schedule will be sent out to registrants a week prior to pick a time slot.


Refund Policy

No Refunds or Transfers allowed.


Awards

Top 3 Overall Open Male and Female (Open Wave participants only - Open Wave intended for elite athletes).


Top Overall Masters and Grand Masters male and female (Open Wave not eligible for these awards).


Age Group / Weight Class awards will be 3 deep for both Male and Female (Open Wave not eligible for these awards).


Relay Team awards will be for top 3 in each category (male, female, coed).


Benefiting Charity

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.


USAT Membership

The Stonebridge Triathlon and the Stonebridge Swim races are all USAT sanctioned events. All participants must be a current annual member of USAT or purchase a one day permit for $12 or a $45 annual membership through online registration or at packet pick up.

All established USAT rules will be in effect and will be strictly enforced. You must show your USAT member card and your photo ID at packet pick up - no exceptions. Friends and family will not be allowed to pick up anyone's packet. If you are an annual USAT member and do not bring your member card to packet pick up, you must buy a $12 one day membership or a $45 annual membership


Group Training-Aug 5th - Sept 29th

This Triathlon Group Training Program targets any athlete desiring to complete in the Sprint or Olympic distance races at the Playtri Stonebridge Ranch event. Contact david@playtri.com or sign up at http://playtri.com/sbrgroup

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