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Dates: 7/13/2013 – 7/15/2013
McGraw-Hill Parking LotDubuque
Races: Run 1.2 Miles, Bike 15 Miles, Run 3 Miles
6:00am Event Site Opens
6:00am - 7:30am Packet Pick up & Late Registration
7:30am Transition Area Closes
7:50am Review race rules
8:00am Dubuque Duathlon Starts
7500 Chavenelle Road
Dubuque, IA 52001
*Relay Team: $60.00
Entry fee includes a t-shirt, chip timing, and both food and beverages concluding the event.
*Relay teams must be composed of 2 team members. One person is the runner, the other is the biker. The runner will begin in a starting wave with the other relay teams and complete the entire run course. The runner then runs through the transition area and transfers the timing chip and ankle strap to the ankle of his biker teammate. The cyclist will be waiting in a designated tag zone.
The biker then completes the entire bike course, and transfers the timing chip and ankle strap back the runner who is waiting in the same tag zone.
The runner now dashes through transition and completes the second run course, crossing the same finish line as the solo racers.
The runner/cyclist tag-zone will be clearly marked on race day
The race will consist of a 1.2 mile run, 15 mile bike, and 3 mile run. Course directions include:
â€¢ Runners will start on Chavenelle Road and travel to turn around point before making their way back to the transition area.
Transition onto bicycle
â€¢ Participants will exit the parking lot by taking a left onto Chavenelle Rd.
â€¢ Left onto Seippel Rd.
â€¢ Right onto Humke Rd.
â€¢ Left onto Sundown Rd.
â€¢ Left onto Old Highway Rd.
â€¢ Left onto Seippel Rd.
â€¢ Left onto Humke Rd.
(This route will be followed twice. When complete, you will return to the transition area for the final run)
Transition for last run<
Corridor Classic Tour de Cure | Coralville, IA 52241 | Saturday ...
Dates: 6/29/2013 – 6/29/2013
Performance Health & FitnessCoralville
3290 Ridgeway Drive
The Tour is a ride, not a race.
Iowa Football | Iowa City, IA 52242
Dates: 6/9/2013 – 6/9/2013
Iowa FootballIowa City
930 Evashevski Dr.
2013 Summer Pass - Individual | Iowa City, Iowa 52240
Dates: 5/27/2013 – 5/27/2013
Iowa City Parks and Recreation DepartmentIowa City
220 South Gilbert St.
May be used at City Park, MPAC and RALCRC pools during regular hours of operation.
Amana Colonies Rundtour Duathon
Dates: 8/25/2013 – 8/25/2013
Amana Colonies Convention and Visitors BureauAmana
39 38th Avenue
Sunday, August 25, 2013; 8:00 AM
Amana Colonies Convention and Visitors Bureau
Run 2.6 miles around the Lily Lake, bike 15 miles around the Amana Colonies followed by another Lily Lake run. An individual or team event.