July 4, 2013
Zorbaz on the Lake - Pokagama lake
The 2nd Annual ZTri – 1/3 mile swim, 14 mile bike, 3 mile run. Truly a family event. Do it as an individual – or form a team with friends or family. Start your 4th of July off with your own fireworks! Registration opens November 24, 2012
ztriresults2012 – 2012 Results
The Z is for Zorbaz. The 4th of July is all about families having fun and we hope this is what you will have.
The Course includes a 1/3 mile swim, 14 mile bike and a 3.15 mile run.
Age groups and categories for everyone – Age groups include 19 and under, 20 – 24, 25 – 29, 30 – 34, 35 – 39, 40 – 44, 45 – 49, 50 – 54, 55 – 59, 60 – 64, 65 – 69, 70 and older, Clydesdale and Athenas Team categories will be Mens Team, Womens Team and Coed Teams. Plenty of medals for most everyone.
Medals to top 3 in each category
Trophies to top overall Male and Female
Results are Chip timed with Mylaps/ChampionChip. You will receive a timing chip on an ankle strap. This chip must be around your ankle (either one) not around your arm or being carries. It 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 collecting this chip at the end of the race.
Technical dry-wicking shirts to all participants.
ENTRY FEES - Individuals Teams
until June 4 $60.00 $80.00
June 5 – July 1 $70.00 $90.00
July 2 – Race day $80.00 $100.00
A team is made up of 2 or 3 people. 3 people would include a swimmer, a biker and a runner. If you have 2 people, one person will be doing 2 of the events. For instance, the swimmer may also be doing the running portion. A team is working together for one collective finish time. Your team will have one timing chip, which is on a velcro strap to be worn on your ankle. The timing chip is worn by the swimmer, then given to the biker then given to the runner (make sure your runner doesn’t carry the chip in their hand because it will too high for the timing mat to read it. You will meet each other in the “transition area“ where you will do the exchange of the timing chip from person to person. The transition area is where you will park your bike, and keep all of your belongings. It is a secure, fenced in area.
Participation is limited to 500 people.
Race Director – Randy Fulton