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32ND ANNUAL TRAILBLAZER TRIATHLON
DATE: Saturday, June 17th at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Coney Island Park (Lake & Jefferson) Medical Lake, WA
DISTANCES: 350M swim, 12.2. mi bike, 2.92 mi run
Important Notice: Correction: Minors under 15 years of age must be accompanied by an adult throughout the race. Minors under 18 years of age must present a signed parents liability waiver at registration.
- Printable Registration (PDF)
- Online Payment—Triathlon & Shirt Orders
- Discount Payment Page (password protected)
- Course Maps (PDF)
- Race Description / rules (PDF)
This year’s race is dedicated to a dear Trailblazer, Vincent “Duffy” Ready, who passed after last year’s race. This is a perfect race for first timers or seasoned veterans. This sprint distance tri consists of a straight-shot 350 meter swim followed by a 12.2 mile bike ride on paved roads and a 2.92 mile run around Medical Lake. The race is a mass start with a single transition area that is perfect for spectators. Water aid stations will be located at transition, finish, and every 1-1.5 miles on the run. Participants are responsible to provide their own nutrition and are responsible for knowing the course.
FRIDAY JUNE 16TH
5:00 PM: Duffy’s Point Bench Dedication & Memorial
Meet at the North end of Medical Lake, parking available, group will walk ½ mile on the backside of the trail to Duffy’s Point
SATURDAY JUNE 17TH
Trailblazer is a timed event.
11:00 AM: Trailblazer transition area and registration open for race day late entries and packet pick up – Coney Island Park
12:15 PM: Pre-race meeting at Coney Island Park
12:30 PM Transport Trailblazers to Duffy’s Point…….on shore by 12:30PM.
Note: Swim exit at Coney Island Park
12:50 PM. Swim will exit at Coney Island Park
1:00 PM: Race Start
2:30 PM: Awards – Coney Island Park
3:30 PM: Course Closes
Just wanted to say thanks for a fun event. Despite the weather, two of my sons and I had a great time. Really impressed with how well organized the event was, even though it was small. Hoping it grows in the coming years, we plan to return next year, and we’ll spread the word in our area (we live up in Boundary County, ID). In particular, I hope you’ll send our thanks to all the folks in kayaks watching over those of us who haven’t nailed the swim thing yet 🙂 That really gave us a lot of comfort and confidence to just get in the water and go for it. And please thank the folks who stood out in that miserable rain on the bike course to make sure we didn’t go off track. Looking forward to next year. These events wouldn’t exist without the volunteers who make them happen. We’re SO appreciative. Thanks so much!— Luke Merrill (and sons Austin & Josiah)