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RACE RESULTS FOR 2017

    COLLEGIATE RACE DAY - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018  

Wisconsin Triathlon Team is teaming up with SBR and Rocket Bikes, in Verona, WI to bring you the Wisconsin Tri's - Winter Wonderland Triathlon. This is a USAT Sanctioned event and will serve as a qualifying event for Collegiate Nationals in April 2018. This is an MWCTC (Midwest Collegiate Triathlon Conference) event.

The triathlon will be held indoors and outdoors. The swim portion of the event will be held at the Verona Community Pool in Verona, WI. The bike portion will be held on the CompuTrainers at SBR Coaching, in Verona, WI. The run portion will held outside starting from SBR Coaching on a marked course.

The distances are:
750m timed pool swim
20k CompuTrainer rolling bike course (must ride your own bike)
5k outdoors flat run

The event will be structured by heat times (based on your 750m swim estimates).

First heat at the pool will begin at 7am with the last heat starting 12:30pm. Bike and run heats will start to coincide with the finish of your swim heat, and allow proper transition time between facilities. 

The event will start at SBR in Verona for packet-pickup.  Shuttles will be provided to transport athletes to the Verona Community Pool to arrive in enough time for their heat to start. Shuttles will bring athletes back to SBR for the bike and run segments. 

Parking is available all day at SBR.

Regular email updates will be sent to participants as information needs to be shared.

This event will open for registration starting November 1, 2017.

EARLY BIRD PRICING TILL DECEMBER 31, 2017 - $45

REGISTRATION PRICING STARTING JANUARY 1, 2018 - $55

You will be required to be a USAT member or pay for a one-day USAT race fee when you check in on race day.

For more information, contact your race director, Bill Martin at bill @ sbrcoaching . com or 608-848-9057.

There are no refunds for this event.

Bike course profile below:

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The Winter Wonderland Triathlon was created by Bill Martin in 2014. The goal with this winter event is to provide a triathlon race opportunity for collegiate triathlons to seed and compete at their Collegiate National Invite each Spring.