Great Lakes Racing, in it’s third season, again will host 2 X 100 Mile Triathlon events this summer. The Lake Erie Race will be held June 7th at Geneva State Park in Ohio while the Lake Ontario race will be held on October 4th at Camp Kenan in Barker, NY.
The Lake Erie Great Lakes 100 Mile Triathlon event on June 7, 2014 will be staged from Geneva State Park in Geneva in Northeastern Ohio. It will consist of 1 mile swim in Lake Erie, an 84 mile bike through the Ohio countryside and a 15 mile run through the beach town of Geneva-on-the-Lake. Du-athletes can also attempt to complete a 1-mile trail run, 84-mile bike ride and 15-mile run. Relay teams may be formed by any combination of two or three athletes.
The Lake Ontario Great Lakes 100 Mile Triathlon event will be held on Octber 4, 2014 at Camp Kenan in Western New York. The triathlon will consist of a 1 mile swim, 84-mile bike ride and 15-mile run. After the Lake Ontario swim, competitors will bike southward away from the lake and through the orchards and farms of Niagara County. Bikers will then loop back northward through the City of Lockport and over the historic Erie Canal. Once back at the lake, the 15-mile run will begin, which will run along the southern shore of Lake Ontario. A Duathlon format and Relay teams will also be available for this race.
Successful participants of either the Lake Erie or Lake Ontario race will receive a custom “Victor’s” jersey and finisher medal to commemorate their accomplishment. Athletes who complete both 100-mile races in 2014 will also receive a 200-Mile Series Finisher belt buckle.
Registration is currently open for both the Lake Erie and Lake Ontario triathlon races.
Lake Erie triathlon is $329 before April 20 and $349 from April 20-June 1. The relay cost is $185 per athlete before April 20 and $195 per athlete from April 20-June 1. Registration is limited to the first 250 athletes.
Lake Ontario triathlon are $329 (individual) and $185 (relay) before July 31 and $349 (individual) and $195 (relay) from Aug. 1-Sept. 28. Registration for the Lake Ontario race is limited to the first 500 athletes.
To register or learn more about the 100 Mile Traithlon Series, visit www.100miletriathlon.com.