Downriver swim! Sprint and Olympic open water road triathlons on Saturday, June 14, 2014, at Green River State Park, Green River, Utah.
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The Green River Rampage offers a PR Swim Course at approx 5-8 mph down the beautiful Green River! Choose from Sprint or Olympic bike and run courses. Amazing geod plaques for division winners and great homestyle atmosphere! Camp right at the race finish and race among the Book Cliff Mountain range!
The Green River Rampage Triathlon is within minutes of Moab and Arches National Park, plentiful lodging and camping, a great local vibe. Plus, who can resist the chance to win a famous Green River Melon!
Schedule of Events
Thursday, June 12th
6:00-8:00pm – Packet Pickup at SBR Cycles, 858 South State, Orem, UT
Friday, June 13th
6:00-9:00pm: Packet pickup at Green River State Park (transition area/finish location)
9:30pm: Movie at the State Park / Finish-Line compound
Saturday, June 14th
5:30-6:30 am: Packet pickup, timing chip pick-up & body marking at Green River State Park (transition area/finish location
6:40 am: Transition area closes/travel to Swim start
7:00 am: Olympic Race Start
7:10 am: Sprint Race Start
10:00 am: Sprint Awards ceremony
11:00 am: Olympic Awards ceremony
Sprint: 1 mile downriver swim, 12.5 mile bike, 3 mile run
Olympic: 1 mile downriver swim, 25 mile bike, 6 mile run
The swim is 1 mile downriver, with a swim start at our secret location with it ending at the Green River State Park boat ramp. Shuttles will provide rides for you to the swim start. You cannot park at the swim start. However, if you have driver who can drop you off, we encourage you to do so.
Due to the extreme current this year, WETSUITS ARE REQUIRED. No exceptions.
The State Park is also the location for the transition area and the finish line! The bike course is a combination out-and-back/loop ride beneath the Book Cliffs and alongside the Green River.
The run will take you back to your high school cross-country days as you complete the 3 mile run course (Olympic: 2 loops) on the Green River State Park golf course grass and paved trails where you will enjoy shaded trees, water features, and a soft running surface! It is a near perfect course for spectators to see you complete the event.
An aid station will be located every mile on the run. There will be one aid station on the bike course. Each athlete will receive a bottle of water and food at the finish line.
Awards will be given to the top three overall winners of each race, as well as the top three finishers in each age group. Age group categories include: 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, etc. as well as Athena and Clydesdale. Athena includes women over 160 lbs, Clydesdale over 200 lbs.
You will be body marked on race day at the state park. Markings will include your bib # on your shoulders, and your age on your calf.
Follow US 6 south to I 70. Go east on I 70, take exit 160 onto I 70 business route/Main street. Turn south on Green River Blvd at Green River State Park golf course.
In case of inclement weather, TriUtah reserves the right to modify or cancel any portion or all of the event if weather conditions compromise athlete safety.
Packet pickup will be held Friday evening and Saturday morning at Green River State Park (site of the transition area/finish line). Expect the packet pickup process to take no more than 10 minutes.
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, period.
Again: You MAY NOT pick up a packet/timing chip for another person. In order to be covered by USAT insurance you MUST follow these guidelines. You must pick up your own packet, no exceptions.
Results & timing
Results will be posted no later than Saturday evening on TriUtah’s website and at http://www.milliseconds.com. All participants will be timed and will be provided with their swim, bike and run splits, as well as their overall finish time. Instructions for chip use will be provided in your race packet.
Medical personnel from Emery County EMS will be on-site to provide first aid and medical assistance if needed. Intermountain Healthcare staff will also be available at the finish-line for medical assistance.
There will be a single transition area. You will have an assigned rack location and bikes will be racked according to bib number with 6 bikes per rack (3 on each side). Your front bike tire should face out from the side of the rack where your nametag is located. If possible, rack your bike by placing the nose of your seat on the bike rack. There is no bike riding inside the transition area before or during the event. Doing so will result in a time penalty enforced by the USA Triathlon officials.
For general questions regarding USAT insurance, rules, regulations and membership click on the following link: http://www.usatriathlon.org/.
What Athletes Need to Know About Insurance Coverage: When an athlete purchases an annual USAT license or one-day permit, a portion of those fees goes to cover the cost to provide them with excess medical insurance. This coverage only extends to their participation in a USA Triathlon sanctioned event.
If you have questions specific to your coverage, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the group benefits department at ESIX at 1-800-342-4371.