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Cranberry Trifest Course Information



This page was created to provide course details for each of the events scheduled for Cranberry Trifest. Links to the course maps for the Cranberry Olympic and Sprint swim, bike and run courses are below along with details on the Kids Duathlon.


Cranberry Trifest SPRINT (Saturday, August 22, 2015; field limit: 600)

Cran SwimClick here for a map of the sprint SWIM course (0.50 miles); PLEASE NOTE: Swimming in Loon Pond at the Ted Williams Camp is NOT ALLOWED without special permission from the Lakeville Parks Commission.  Athletes swimming in Loon Pond without permission is a liability for the Ted Williams Camp. PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS REQUEST OF RACE MANAGEMENT

If you are looking to get more comfortable with open water swimming we encourage you to consider one of the Open Water Swim (OWS) clinics offered by our coaching partner Vmps. They offer multiple OWS clinics throughout the season designed to to help swimmers of all levels become more confident and effective during the swim segment of a triathlon including one in Loon Pond at the Ted Williams Camp on Friday, August 7th.

    Click here for a map of the sprint BIKE course (11.7 miles; NOTE: The Sprint tri bike course has been revised due to a road detour on Rte 79 in Berkely
    Click here for a map of the sprint RUN course (3.1 miles)
    Click here for a map of TRANSITION for the sprint distance race

IMPORTANT NOTE: Athletes are reminded NOT to ride 3-4 across in the road during the bike segment of the race. Doing so blocks traffic and has been a source of resident complaints in the past. Please respect the rules of the road and the permission we are granted to utilize these roads for the race. Failure to comply with this reques jeapordizes the future of the race.


Cranberry Trifest OLYMPIC (Sunday, August 23, 2015; field limit: 825)

Click here for a map of the olympic SWIM course (0.9 miles); PLEASE NOTE: Swimming in Loon Pond at the Ted Williams Camp is NOT ALLOWED without special permission from the Lakeville Parks Commission. Athletes swimming in Loon Pond without permission is a liability for the Ted Williams Camp and if it continues it will jeopardize the future of the race. PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS REQUEST OF RACE MANAGEMENT. 

If you are looking to get more comfortable with open water swimming we encourage you to consider one of the Open Water Swim (OWS) clinics offered by our coaching partner Vmps. They offer multiple OWS clinics throughout the season designed to to help swimmers of all levels become more confident and effective during the swim segment of a triathlon. Among the OWS clinics on 2015 schedule is one at the Ted Williams Camp. Click here for details.

    Click here for a map of the olympic BIKE course (26.2 miles) or download the cue sheet
    Click here for a map of the olympic RUN course (6.2 miles)
    Click here for a map of TRANSITION for the olympic distance race

Cran BikeThe 0.9 mile olympic swim will be in Loon Pond and we expect the water temperatures to allow this to be a wet suit legal race, but there are no guarantees. The 26.2 mile bike course consists of rolling hills along a scenic course that takes you by cranberry bogs, water features and country roads. There will be one water bottle exchange on the bike course. The one loop 6.2 mile run has some rolling hills and is through local neighborhoods.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Athletes are reminded NOT to ride 3-4 across in the road during the bike segment of the race. Doing so blocks traffic and has been a source of resident complaints in the past. Please respect the rules of the road and the permission we are granted to utilize these roads for the race. Failure to comply with this reques jeapordizes the future of the race.

 


Cranberry Trifest KIDS DUATHLON (Saturday, August 22, 2015; field limit: 150)

    Click here for a map of the Kids Duathlon RUN course (0.50 mile est.).

Racers will  run a course within the grounds of the Ted Williams Camp and then transition to their trail capable bikes (fat tires, no road bikes) and ride a 0.8 mile cours. After returning to transition, they will run the 1k course again to finish under the same arch used by the adults.

This is designed to be a fun event with the idea of letting kids race without a focus on how they finish. There will be finish times only, no splits, and no ranking by age group or gender. All participants receive finisher medals. The Cranberry Trifest Kids Duathlon is a non-profit event.  All proceeds from this year's Kids' Duathlon will be donated to The Brain Trauma Foundation.

 

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