Course - Bigfoot Tri + Trail Triathlon

Course

Course Map

Check back for a downloadable Course Map the week of the race.

Course is subject to change.

Course Map

Check back for a downloadable Course Map the week of the race.

Course is subject to change.

Course Map

Check back for a downloadable Course Map the week of the race.

Course is subject to change.

Swim: The swim will be in beautiful, clear Lake Geneva with expected water temperatures in the low 70s (wetsuits allowed below 78 degrees). The course will be rectangular in nature and will be patrolled and monitored by certified guards as per USAT regulations. There will be 4 minute time gaps between wave starts to facilitate ease of movement to and through the transition area. Different colored buoys will differentiate between Olympic and Sprint distances.
Distances:
Olympic: 1.5k
Sprint: 750m

2019 swim course map coming soon

Bike: The one-lap course will be on gently rolling to hilly terrain in the scenic and predominantly rural countryside to the southwest of the park. Marshals will monitor the course for illegal drafting. Helmets are required as per ANSI and USAT standards. All handlebar ends must be SOLIDLY plugged during the race. Tape alone is insufficient, and you will be disqualified if your bar ends are not solidly plugged.
Distances:
Olympic: 38k
Sprint: 20k

2019 bike course map coming soon

Run: The course will be completely in the state park on primarily off-road wooded and field terrain. The scenic network of grassy trails varies from flat to slightly undulating. Fluid stations will be available every 1.5 miles. The course is 3.1 miles in length — 1 lap for Sprint distance and 2 laps for Olympic distance. Find more trails in Lake Geneva, WI.
Distances:
Olympic: 10k
Sprint: 5k

2019 run course map coming soon

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  • Course Cut-Off Times:

    Sprint:
    Swim: 7:51 AM (30 minutes after the last wave enters the water)
    Bike: 9:30 AM (2 and a half hours after the Sprint waves begin)
    Run: 10:30 AM (3 and a half hours after the Sprint waves begin)

    Olympic:
    Swim: 8:56 AM (65 minutes after the last wave enters the water)
    Bike: 11:30 AM (4 hours after the Olympic waves begin)
    Run: 1:15 PM (5 and a half hours after the Olympic waves begin)

    Failure to maintain the required pace may results in being rerouted on course.

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