2017 BRINEMAN State Triathlon Championship


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September 16th, 2017 – Syracuse, Utah


Home of the TriUtah State Triathlon Championship

Event will be held at Still Water Lake Estates, Antelope Island State Park, and Jensen Park

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Welcome to the 2017 Brineman Triathlon! Whether you are participating in the sprint, olympic, half distance, this race boasts a unique setting among the farm lands and scenic beauty of Antelope Island State Park! Syracuse is the gateway to Antelope Island.

Below is detailed information regarding the event. This is a two transition event with T1 nestled next to the amazing Still Water Lake Estates, a half mile long, man-made water ski lake for private homeowners along it’s shoreline. T2 is 1/2 mile walk north from T1 at Jensen Nature Park. This is also the staging area for race-day headquarters and the finish-line.

Please familiarize yourself with race information below. We look forward to seeing you on September 10th!


Thursday, Sept. 14th

Packet Pick-up – 6pm – 8pm Wasatch Running Center – 9000 South, State Street, Sandy, Utah


SATURDAY September 16th – RACE DAY

PARKING: There is NO PARKING at Still Water Lakes.  Please Park at Jensen Nature Park, the location of T2, and the Finish-line area.

Jensen Nature Park Address: 3176 S. Bluff Rd., Syracuse, UT

6:00am – 7:30am: PACKET PICKUP, Chip Pick-up,  T1 & T2 opens. Jenson Ponds Nature Park, 3176 S. Bluff Rd., Syracuse, Utah

REMINDER: Be sure to give yourself enough time to set up your T2 Run gear, walk to T1 (swim start), and set up your biking gear at T1). It is exactly a 1/2 mile, 12 minute casual walk to T1/Swim Start.  

8:00am:  Official Brineman Half Start Time

8:10am:  Official Olympic Start Time

8:20am:  Official Sprint Start Time

9:15am:  Swim Cut-off Time.  ALL swimmers (regardless of distance) must exited the swim course by 9:30am.

11:45am: Olympic and Sprint Awards Ceremony

2:30pm: Brineman Half Distance Awards

5:00pm:  Course Officially Closes


Swim/Bike Transition Area (T1)-  T1 is situated between the two ski-lakes at the Still Water development.   Bike Racks will be assigned and numbered.  Your Wasatch Running Center packet-pickup BAG will be your T1 GEAR BAG.

T1 GEAR BAG:  The Wasatch Running bag is considered to be your gear bag.   Please ALL of your swim items in the gear bag before leaving out onto the bike course. We will transfer your bag to the finish-line for you.

SWIM: The Half distance swim is located on the NORTH lake at Still water. is a 1.2 mile swim consisting of a small .2 mile loop, followed by a full 1 mile loop full around the perimiter of the lake and west island.  The Olympic consists of a single .9 mile loop, and the sprint consists of a smaller 750 loop.  All distances begin the swim by entering the water and looping around the East island.  Upon exiting the water, you DO NOT loop the east island. Simply follow the bouys and head straight to the swim finish.

NOTE: We will be conducting a rolling start. This means we will funnel athletes through a chute approximately 10 feet wide. Once you cross the timing mat, you will start the race. Please seed yourself according to your swimming ability. We will have signs posted to seed yourself based on your average swim time per 100 yards. Why the rolling start? It’s safer, reduces congestion, and athletes can start together with friends and family members.

REMINDER:  T1 GEAR BAGS – Again, place ALL OF YOUR T1 SWIM GEAR in your Wasatch Running Bag. We will transport the bags to the Finish-Line area for you.  Anything not placed in a gear bag will be transferred to the finish-line and placed in a miscellaneous pile. So, be sure to put your stuff in your bag! Easy!

ALL races will begin with a rolling start.  Athletes will funnel their way through a chute and across a timing mat before entering the water.

BIKE: All bike courses are on the same out and back route.  Athletes will ride west from T1, eventually heading north, then west again on Antelope Drive onto the amazing Antelope Island State Park causeway.  The Sprint and Olympic courses are flat and fast.  The Half course has hills on Antelope Island, with fun, fast descents.  We encourage you to ride the course before the race to familiarize yourself with the climbs, descents and a few tight corners. See Course Map Link for bike course details.

The last portion of the bike course is on a narrow bike trail, where athletes turn left (north), just past the lakes, onto the bike trail heading to T2.  This is a 1/2 mile narrow trail. Be careful as we really don’t want to fish anyone out of the irrigation canal.  Athletes will dismount just before T2.

Sprint Distance Bike is 15 miles — Olympic Distance Bike is 25 miles — Half Distance is 48 miles (yes, 48 miles, not 56)

RUN: The Run courses are also on the same out and back routes on paved bike trails heading north, and parallel to Bluff Street in Syracuse.  The routes for all three races are flat and fast.  See Course Map Link for bike course details.

NOTE:  The HALF run course is two out and back loops.

FINISH:  When running to the finish line, athletes will return the same way they exited T2, merging to the right of T2, and crossing the finish line under the TriUtah Big Red Arch!  As you cross the finish-line, a sweet custom made Brineman finisher medal, Pyro Maniacs Pizza, souvenir iced rally towels, fruit, drinks, and cheering crowds will be waiting for you!

click here to view Brineman Race Map


Parking is at Jensen Park in Syracuse.  DO NOT PARK at Stillwater Lakes. Be prepared to come early on race day, as you will need to ride your bikes to T1. it is about a 1/2 mile ride to T1 at Still Water Lake Estates.  Be sure to bring something to carry all your T1 gear, on your bike, to T1.


PHOTO ID: Per USA Triathlon rules, you MUST have current photo ID at packet pickup. You
 MUST pick up your packet in person. You may not have someone else pick up your packet for you. NO PHOTO ID, NO RACE!


Aid stations will be located at the exit of the transition area, and at every mile on all run courses. There will not be an aid station on the Sprint and Olympic bike course.  There will be two aid stations on the Half distance bike course located at the end of the causeway, and at the bike turnaround.

Each cyclist is advised to carry at least one water bottle (two for Olympic & Half distance).


Top Event Awards will be given for overall, age-group, clydesdale & athena divisions.

Awards will be presented Saturday Afternoon at the post race Awards Ceremony.




You must attach the bike number provided in your race packet to your bike. The bike numbers have adhesive on the back that will not harm the paint on your bike frame. Failure to securely attach the number will result in a USAT time penalty. You DO NOT need to wear the bib number during the swim or bike. However, it MUST be worn during the run. Safety pins will be provided at packet pickup.


To reduce congestion at the swim start, you will be given swim number tattoos to apply to your arms before race start. Read the instructions on the tattoos on how to apply them.

Timing Chips will be picked up Saturday morning at T2 near the finish-line area.  You are responsible for picking-up your chip and returning your chip after the race.  We will have volunteers to assist in retrieving your chip once you cross the finish-line.


TriUtah believes in giving back to the community. A portion of your entry fee will be donated to the local school and civic organizations in Syracuse and surrounding areas.


In case of inclement weather, the race directors reserve the right to modify or cancel any portion of the triathlon if weather or course conditions compromise athlete safety.


Because the swim courses are all rolling start events, Swim caps will be the same color for each distance.  You must wear the appropriate swim cap color to your assigned distance.


Electronic chip timing of the event will be provided by SportStats, (formerly Milliseconds). All participants will be timed and will be provided with 5 splits (swim, T1, Bike, T2, Run). Results will be posted on Saturday evening at sportstats.com or on the TriUtah website.


For general questions regarding USAT insurance, rules, regulations and membership click on the following link: http://www.usatriathlon.org

QUESTIONS?  Email us at info@triutah.com


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