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Course Maps

Standard/Olympic Triathlon Map

ELEVATION MAP - BIKE


*Hill climbs are ranked 5 - most difficult, to 1 - least difficult

Transition Map

Swim Course - 1500m

Lap 750m - 2 Laps

Bike Course - 38.8Km

Lap 19.4Km - 2 Laps

Run Course - 10Km

Lap 5Km - 2 Laps

Age Group Standard:

Bike:

Athletes will leave transition and mount their bikes turning right onto Hawrelak Park Road.  They will follow the access road towards Emily Murphy Hill. This climb is short but challenging with an elevation gain of 30 metres over 400 metres. At the top, athletes will merge to the left and proceed straight ahead East on Saskatchewan Drive for 1.2 km of flat road. At 110 Street, cyclists will turn right on 90 Ave. and right again on 111 Street before turning left back on Saskatchewan Drive westward. At 116 Street, athletes will proceed along Saskatchewan Drive, a smooth residential street with expansive views of the River Valley below. At 87 Ave. Athletes turn right onto Groat Road for a fun fast descent all the way over the Groat Bridge. Proceeding straight ahead, athletes will climb Victoria Hill. A 180 degree turn brings athletes back down but immediately back up Groat Road.  At the 107 Ave. overpass, Cyclists return to the downhill side of Groat Road.  At the bottom of the hill, the exit to the right leads athletes to long flat ride along River Valley Road, again skirting the magnificent River Valley. A turn around the block at 104 street adds another short hill, and a return along River Valley Road towards Groat Bridge. Merging onto the bridge, athletes head across south and back into the park. Athletes will do 2 loops of this 19.4 km course.

Run:

Athletes will exit transition and turn left on Hawrelak Park Road. After a short straight, they will turn right and head across a grassy field into the River Valley Trail system. This beautiful gravel tree lined trail follows the North Saskatchewan River and is part of one of the longest Metropolitan Parks in North America. Runners will proceed for 1 km into the trail before turning back towards the park on the trail for 3 km. At this point, the runners will return to the Hawrelak Park roadway and proceed back towards Stadium. The turn around for the second lap is on the roadway just before the stadium.

Sprint Triathlon Map

ELEVATION MAP - BIKE


*Hill climbs are ranked 5 - most difficult, to 1 - least difficult

Transition Map

Swim Course - 750m

Lap 750m - 1 Lap

Bike Course - 19.74Km

Lap 9.87Km - 2 Laps

Run Course - 5Km

Lap 5Km - 1 Lap

Age Group Sprint:

Bike:

Athletes will leave transition and mount their bikes turning right onto Hawrelak Park Road.  They will follow the access road towards Emily Murphy Hill. This climb is short but challenging with an elevation gain of 30 metres over 400 metres. At the top, athletes will turn right onto 116 Street, right on Edinboro Road, then right on 118 Street to reach Saskatchewan Drive, where a left hand turn will bring athletes onto a flat meandering residential roadway.  Meeting the intersection of Groat Road, athletes turn right onto Groat Road heading north, crossing the Groat Bridge over the mighty North Saskatchewan River, then a curvy ascent of Groat Road to 107 Avenue. A short overpass, and athletes will enjoy a sweeping descent of Groat Road, cross the bridge and head back into the park. Athletes will ride two loops of this 9.9 km course.

Run:

Athletes will exit transition and turn left on Hawrelak Park Road. After a short straight, they will turn right and head across a grassy field into the River Valley Trail system. This beautiful gravel tree lined trail follows the North Saskatchewan River and is part of one of the longest Metropolitan Parks in North America. Runners will proceed for 1 km into the trail before turning back towards the park on the trail for 3 km. At this point, the runners will return to the Hawrelak Park roadway and proceed back towards the finish line.


Aquathlon Map

Transition Map

Swim Course - 750m

Lap 750 - 1 Lap

Run Course - 4.6km

Lap 2.3Km - 2 Laps

Run: 

After exiting the water, athletes will run in front of the grandstand to the Elite & Age Group Transition.  Athletes will exit transition and run two laps of Hawrelak Park road before turning in to the finish chute.


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