Saturday: July 8
Packet Pick-up: Lake Sammamish State Park
Time: 5:00 - 7:00PM
Sunday: Race Day, July 9
5:00 Transition and Packet Pick up Opens
6:15 Athlete Briefing
6:20 Athlete Briefing Ends
6:30 Waves begin: Leave every 5 minutes
8:00 Breakfast Ready for service
8:00 First Finishers expected back to the park.
10:30 AM Awards
Parking is available at Lake Sammamish State Park. All vehicles will need a Discover Pass. You can find out more about purchasing a yearly or one day pass here. The pass is needed for Saturday packet pick up and Sunday race day.
Overall awards will go to the top-3 men and women. Then top 5 in 5 year age groups, and the top 3 relays. The award ceremony will begin when the majority of the field has finished for each race at approximately 10:30 AM. All finishers will receive a Finishers Medal
Relay team must consist of at least two members (one person CAN NOT compete in all three legs of a relay). A relay team will be assigned one bib number: the swimmer will pick up the swim cap and timing chip, the biker will pick up the bike number and helmet stickers and the runner will pick up the bib number. Relay teams will transfer the timing chip and ankle strap at their transition spot in the transition area. Relay members don’t have to stay in that area during the entire race, but you must transfer your chips there! All three relay members will receive a finisher medal and a t-shirt. (Please have a team members come to the finish for their medals).
The race will have an incredible group of volunteers who support the athletes leading up to/on race day and are easy to identify by their bright green shirts. If you or someone in your support crew would like to join them, please email Patty or watch for Volunteer signups from the homepage. RTB Events will work to make sure they are placed into something they enjoy and works with their schedule. And we will feed them breakfast too!
During the race spectators can enjoy a full Pancake Breakfast for a donation. Breakfast will start about 8:30 AM. The park has a kids play area with a pirate ship to climb on, and a nice beach and dock available to enjoy. There will also be vendors in the park to chat with. Please remind your friends and family that only athletes are allowed in the transition area.
If you end up with your chip after the race, please return it to Raise the Bar Events. There is a $20 fee for all chips not collected within 10 days. Please mail the Timing Chip, and a paper with your name and race number in a padded envelope to the address below: Raise the Bar Events 15423 SE 272nd St. Suite #107, Kent, WA 98042.
General Course Information
Location: Lake Sammamish State Park
(course map and directions on Course tab of website)
Swim: .75 miles
Bike: 22.8 miles
Run: 4 miles
There will be packet pickup at Lake Sammamish State Park on Saturday, July 8 from 5-7 PM and on race morning beginning at 5 AM. Overnight bike racking will not be available. Discover Pass needed for packet pick up.
At packet pick up all athletes are required to show photo ID. NO ID, NO RACE, NO EXCEPTIONS. Relay teams must either come together to pick up the packet or will only be given their part of the race packet.
At packet pick up you will receive several race numbers, swim cap, timing chip and strap and safety pins. There are no numbers or tags for the swim portion of the event but you must wear the issued swim cap. The larger bike number is secured to your bike frame and the smaller bike number is secured to the front of your helmet. Run bib numbers should be worn on the front of the body and worn during the run portion of the event either pinned on to the shirt or on a race belt. The timing chip must go around your ankle (it will not read if it is on your wrist). If you would like to use your own chip strap, please return the strap to packet pick up with your race number.
The Transition opens at 5:00AM You’ll be required to attach your bike number on your bike and have your body marked before you enter transition. Both numbers will be checked again as you exit transition after the race. Once your bike is in transition, it’s there to stay until you finish the swim. The Transition Area is open to registered athletes only. Please, no spectators or family members inside transition. THERE ARE NO BIKES ALLOWED IN TRANSITION OTHER THAN BIKES RIDDEN IN COMPETITION.
The Elton Home Team Eastside Triathlon is an USAT sanctioned event, Rules to note:
Lost and Found
If you misplace something at the race please email email@example.com. If you are still at the race site, please check with a volunteer for the lost and found.
Photos will be taken by local photographers in the Raise the Bar Community.