2014 Indoor Triathlon

Iron Man 12

2014 Results

Overall Results

Mens Results

Womens Results

Raw Results

Registration Dates

Early Registration : Before February 6 - $10

Late Registration : After February 6 - $15

Register in the Fit/Well at the Rec Center today!

Dates

Event takes place on February 9, first heats beginning at approximately 9:00am.

Information

Because It's Cold Outside!

The Indoor Triathlon is a timed event: you push yourself to complete as much distance as possible over 45 minutes, using indoor equipment to simulate the three events of a Triathlon. Compete against both the clock and others in your heat!

Times:

  • 15 Minute Treadmill Run
  • 20 Minute Spin Bike
  • 10 Minute Swim

Sign up at the Fitness and Wellness Office in the Student Recreation Center today!

Entry Fees

$10 before February 6

$15 after Februrary 6

Rules

Rules PDF

Each participant will be assigned to a heat of 16.  Heats will begin at approximately 9:00am and continue every half hour.  You will receive an email with your start time.  If you want to be in the same heat with friends, please come to the Fit/Well and register together-otherwise it will be a random seeding.  Please arrive in plenty of time to check in and be familiar where you will be going. You will have plenty of time during the transitions to get from one point to another.  In each venue, you will have a set amount of time and we will record the distance you cover in that amount of time. You will take you gear from area to area (treadmill—Raider Ride Room—Aquatic Center).

Run—15 minutes:  All runners will start on the whistle in heats of 16.  Precor Treadmills will be assigned to runners (they are in 3 different areas in the Rec). It is up to the individual to set the speed/incline that they wish but you are running for total distance.  Runners will be prompted at 2 minutes to set the panel to “distance” and when the final whistle blows, runners will push the pause button.  Each area will be assigned a worker who will record distances.
Transition 1—10 minutes—All runners will go to the Spin room and have 10 minutes to set up their bike, change clothes, shoes etc if desired.  Only cycling shoes with SPD are allowed—otherwise you will ride in your tennis shoes with toe clips. 
Bike—20 minutes: You can warm-up on the bike before the 20 minute start but the bike computer MUST be in warm-up mode before the whistle is blown.  Do NOT move it to Stage 1. On the whistle, all riders will push the stage button to go to Stage 1.  Riders can choose the resistance, RPM and change this freely throughout the ride.  Riders will be given a 1 minute warning before the end and on the whistle will push the avg/end button.  Distance will be recorded. Each heat will have the same music and you will be able to see the console.
Transition 2—10 minutes:  All cyclists will have 10 minutes to change clothes and get to the assigned lane in the Aquatic Center (25 yard lanes). 
Swim—10 minutes: 2 swimmers will be assigned to each 25 yard lane with 1 lap counter per lane. All swimmers must start in the water (no diving) on a whistle. Lap counters will record the number of laps.  When the stop whistle goes off, all racers must stop in place & tread water. Racers who have made it more than halfway down a lane will be given credit for ½ of a lap. Racers who move after they have come to a stop and before they have been given permission by the head ref will lose credit for one lap. No wetsuits. Hands and feet must be uncovered (No paddles, gloves, fins, boots, etc). No snorkels.
Scoring:
The competitor who travels the greatest distance in a particular leg receives 100 points for that leg. All other competitors will receive a percentage of those points based on their distance traveled in that leg. Each leg of the race counts equally towards the total score. Example: John swims the furthest distance, 800 yards; John receives 100 points. Adam swims 700 yards; 700 ÷ 800 = .875 × 100 = 87.5; Adam receives 87.5 points. Swim + Bike + Run = total score.  Since results cannot be calculated until the end (to find the furthest distance travelled) times will be posted online. 1st place man and women can pick up medals in the Fit/Well on Monday.
Example:
Actual mile distances:

 

swim

bike

run

total

Jason

0.6

8

1.5

10.1

John

0.7

7

2

9.7

Jeremy

0.4

10

2.25

12.65

Jeff

0.5

9

1.25

10.75

Jerome

0.2

3

2.75

5.95

 

Scoring:
a/f*100  a= actual distance  f=furthest distance


a/f*100

swim

bike

run

total

place

Jason

86

80

55

221

3

John

100

70

73

243

1

Jeremy

57

100

82

239

2

Jeff

71

90

55

216

4

Jerome

29

30

100

159

5

 

2013 Results

Overall Results

Mens Results

Womens Results

Raw Results