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Just TRI It Triathlon

We are excited to partner with Dare2Tri for Just Tri It, a paratriathlon challenge for first-time and experienced triathletes. The goal is to see how many miles you can swim, bike and run from March 1 to May 1. As you surpass certain milestones, you will earn badges and have the opportunity to win some great prizes. Come on! Just Tri It!

Check out our Q&A video from event coordinators Meagan Rowe and Dan Tun.

How to Participate

This is a virtual challenge, so you can complete your miles anytime between March 1 and May 1 and anywhere – at home, in your community, or at Lakeshore. The cumulative-distance format allows you to count every swim, bike, and run during the two-month challenge toward your overall total. If you wish to only run, walk or push,  you can! If you prefer to just bike or just swim, you can! You can do as much as or as little of each discipline as you’d like.

Triathlon Distances & Divisions

You’re encouraged to reach any distance goal you set for yourself, whether it’s a Sprint Triathlon distance or Ironman Triathlon distance. As you surpass the milestones below, you’ll earn a digital badge that you can share on social media and other awards along the way.

  • Sprint distance: 16 miles total
    0.5 mile swim / 12.4 mile bike / 3.1 mile run
  • International distance: 32 miles total
    0.93 mile swim / 24.8 mile bike / 6.2 mile run
  • Half-Ironman distance: 70.3 miles total
    1.2 mile swim / 56 mile bike / 13.1 mile run
  • Ironman distance: 140.6 miles total
    2.4 mile swim / 112 mile bike / 26.2 mile run

There are two divisions you can choose from to compete in.

Open Division
For anyone who wants to be active, track their progress, and learn the basics of paratriathlon. You may use any type of cycle to log your miles. This includes an upright or stationary bike, trike, recumbent, handcycle, UBE or Krankcycle.

Competitive Division
For anyone who wishes to compete against individuals across Lakeshore and the country! This division will feature three subdivisions:

  • Ambulatory athletes: Athletes who log their running miles on foot and use an upright bike/recumbent bike/foot-pedaled trike for the biking portion.
  • Athletes who use a wheelchair: Athletes who will log their running miles in an everyday chair, sports chair or racing chair and use a handcycle, stationary arm bike, UBE or Krankcycle for the biking portion.
  • Athletes with visual impairments

Each subdivision will be listed on the leaderboard by gender and age (17 & under, 18-40, 40 & up).

Awards

  • Complete the Sprint triathlon distance to receive a special finisher’s prize.
  • Finish atop your competitive division to win a fun swag bag from Lakeshore and Dare2tri. Prizes will be awarded to the top male and female finishers in each division.
  • Earn a grand prize raffle entry for every triathlon distance you complete.
  • Earn bonus raffle entries for completing the bi-weekly challenges.

Have some questions? You can always reach out to event organizer Meagan Rowe at .