Why not Tri(athlon)?
20 years in 2020, we ARE ready for summer!
Complete this virtual run, bike, run challenge in one day or over 8 days for an unforgettable medal!
Just Du(athlon) it?
The SDSU Wellness Center’s 20th annual, and final, “I’m Ready for Summer” Triathlon has become a virtual duathlon due to COVID-19.
Moving to a virtual duathlon will allow individuals to participate in a format similar to the original event while ensuring social distancing occurs.
Adult participants will run a 5K, bike 20K and then run a 2.5K while kids 14 and under will complete a 2K run, 5K bike and 1K run.
All participants are to complete the event between June 6-14; you can even split it up between multiple days.
Participants will time themselves and text their results to race organizers. Results will be posted on the race website, however, no place medals will be awarded. The bike must be done indoors on a bike trainer or spin bike—nobody gets the advantage of a tailwind.
Those who had registered to compete in the originally triathlon April 26 have the option of donating their registration to the South Dakota State University Wellness Center or requesting a refund. If no response is received from triathlon registrants by May 31, registration fees will then be donated.
Individuals are welcome to register and pay the $10 race fee at any point through June 14 at the link below.
Results will also be posted online as they are reported throughout the event period.
All participants who complete the duathlon will be mailed a custom-made 20th anniversary medal.
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