Park Tool “Fall Classic” Duathlon

Lake Elmo, Minnesota

9:00 a.m.
September 13, 2014

Lake Elmo Park Reserve

Don’t miss this great end-of -the-season multisport events.

Event Information

9th Annual

The time of year, location of this events, and this distances is all planned to help the multi-sport athlete complete their competitive season. Whether training for the Ironman or participating in your first triathlon, we will make sure that you have an excellent experience!

This is an event you do not want to miss.
Event is limited to 500

The Location – The venue is outstanding – Lake Elmo Park Reserve is a beautiful 2165 acres/3-1/2 square mile park with 80 percent of its acreage set aside for preservation and protection. Lake Elmo Park Reserve is located 1 mile north of I-94 and 2.5 miles east of I-694 at the intersection of County Road 19 (Keats Avenue No.) and County Road 10 (10th Street No.)  There is lots of great parking.  Lake Elmo Park reserve is a great place for trail running also.  They have  beautiful new Nordic Ski Center
The Course
The first Run – 3 mile run entirely in the park

The Bike – 14 Miles on the roads circling Lake Elmo Park Reserve

The second Run – 2.6 mile run using the same course as the first run – only opposite direction

Here is a great video from last years Park Tool Duathlon – Thanks Keven O’Connor from Gear West

Technical/Performance T Shirts to all Participants
**Only those who are registered by Thursday, September 11 are guaranteed to get their shirt on race day   Registrations received on Friday and on race day will get a shirt but may have to wait and pick it up at FrontRunner, 1665 9th Street, White Bear Lake after Wednesday, September 17

AWARDS and CATEGORIES:
Awards will be presented to the top three men and women in each AGE GROUP: 19 and under, 20 – 24, 25 – 29, 30 – 34, 35 – 39, 40 – 44, 45 – 49, 50 – 54, 54 – 59, 60 – 64, 65 – 69, 70 and above. Other categories include Elite, Athena (women over 165 lbs) Clydesdale (men over 220 lbs) and Teams – all male, all female or of mixed gender.

Medals to top 3 in each category

All finishers receive a Finisher’s Medal

Trophies to top 3 overall Male and Female

Results are Chip timed with Mylaps/ChampionChip.

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Complete entry form and mail with check/money order to:
Oakdale Duathlon
FrontRunner Events
1665 9th Street
White Bear Lake, MN 55110

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Event Fees
                                                         Individual                      Team
November 29, 30 Dec 1, 2             $27.5o                  $35.00
December 3 – August 13                $55.00                   $70.00
August 14- September 10              $65.00                   $80.00
September 11- Race day                 $75.00                   $90.00

Parking/Park pass is included in your entry fee

Online Registration Closes at Midnight Wednesday September 11.  There will be race day registration.  Paper registration will continue through race day.  No registrations will be taken over the phone.  Cash, check, VISA and Mastercard are accepted on race day.

*NO REFUNDS*

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RACE DAY INFORMATION

Friday, September 12  – noon – 4:00 p.m – At FrontRunner – 1665 9th Street, White Bear Lake, MN

Saturday At Lake Elmo Park Reserve

Get your Parking/Park pass at the gate – Participants and Volunteers get in free (you paid for it with your entry fee). Spectator’s cars will need to pay an entry fee to the park – $5.00.

Transition Area will be set up and open at 7:30 am for you to set up your bikes and gear.  There will be plenty of bike racks

CHECK IN/REGISTRATION will open at 7:45 am. This is where you will pick up your race number, timing chip and memento shirt.

The 2014 Oakdale “Spring Classic” Duathlon Starts at 9:00 a.m.

2013 Wave starts – 2 minutes apart.  These will probably change but gives you an idea.

Wave 1:  All Elite, All Teams
Wave 2: Males 39 and under
Wave 3:  Males 40 and up, Clydesdales
Wave 4:  Females 34 and under and Athenas
Wave 5:  Females 35 and up

Stay around and enjoy the park – You have an all day pass.  There are beautiful trails throughout the park

Transition Area:
The transition closes 15 minutes before the first wave is scheduled.  At that point, everyone should head for the beach for a race meeting. For safety and security, only competitors are allowed in the transition area. Riding your bike is not allowed in the transition area. Everyone must wear an approved bike helmet. Bike helmets must always be buckled.

Timing/results info – You will receive a timing chip on an ankle strap in your race packet.  This chip must be worn around your ankle (either one) and not around your arm, wrist, or on your bib strap.  This chip will collect your times at 5 different split areas -  The Swim, Transition 1, the Bike, Transition 2, and the Run, as well as a Finish time. We will be collecting this chip at the end of the race.

Please do not leave the venue with your timing chip still around your ankle.  If you unintentionally do leave with your timing chip, please mail back in your packet envelope.

Please wear your bib number on the front of your shirt/jacket

Online results will be posted at http://www.frontrunnerusa.com/our-events/results usually by mid afternoon race day

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Past Race Results       2013 Results      2012 results

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Race Contact Information

Randy Fulton, Race Director
rfulton@frontrunnerusa.com

(651)653-7401