TRIDELTATHONApril 15, 2018
Student Aquatic Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
Podium Sports Medicine Grand Prix #1
Start Time: 8:30 a.m.
Packet Pick up: TBA
Podium Sports Medicine Grand Prix #1. The granddaddy of them all is back for its 34th year. The TriDeltathon, the oldest running pool triathlon in the country, will again be the regular swim/bike/run format in 2018. As always, a 400 meter pool swim will be followed by a 6 mile tour of the UT campus & Neyland Drive, capped off by a 3 mile campus run passing Neyland Stadium and Thompson Boling Arena. Overall, age group, & relay division awards, as well as special student pricing available. Soft cotton shirts for men. New for 2018--NEXT LEVEL tank option for women. Back from last year--8:30 race start time. The TriDeltathon is NOT a USAT sanctioned event.
Volunteer support, as usual, is provided by the ladies of Delta Delta Delta sorority, with proceeds going to East TN Children’s Hospital.
This will be an INDOOR pool swim at the Student Aquatic Center,
A two lap tour of campus with a few rollers broken up by a flat section along Neyland Drive.
The three mile run traverses campus, winding by Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling basketball arena. A fairly hilly run with water stops at miles 1 and 2.
Black Friday Weekend Individuals $30
December 1 thru 31 Individuals $35, Relays $50
January 1 thru Feb 29 Individuals $40, Relays $50
March 1 thru March 25 Individuals $45, Relays $60
March 26 thru April 8 Individuals $55, Relays $70
April 9 thru April 14 Individuals $65, Relays $80
Day of race Individuals $70, Relays $85
All prices INCLUDE online registration fee
This event is timed with a Championship chip. You will be required to show your bib number to the volunteers to insure you get the correct chip. This chip is programmed to coincide with your individual race number. During the event, you will cross mats that will record your time from your chip. This is how we score your race.
It is imperative that you wear YOUR assigned chip until you cross the finish line (this includes during the swim). Make sure you have the band securely around your ankle so it will not fall off during the swim. After the race please turn in your chip to the chip attendants at the finish line. Proper management of your uniquely coded timing chip will help ensure swift and accurate race results.