Ages: 6 & Up
Note: Results and Photos will be available after the race.
This YMCA triathlon tradition will now take place at Esther Simplot Park and Quinn’s Pond. Race options are available for every athlete, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned triathlete. Come join the fun on this new and spectator friendly course. The swim will be in Quinn’s Pond and bike on the Whitewater Blvd, then transition to the greenbelt for the run.
Super Sprint Course: 200 meter Swim – 3 mile Bike (1 lap) – 1 Mile Run
Sprint Course: 400 meter Swim – 6 mile Bike (3 laps) – 2 mile Run
Double Sprint Course: 800 meter Swim – 12 mile Bike (6 laps) – 4 mile Run
Packet Pick Up: Friday, July 13th from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm At Idaho River Sports on Whitewater Blvd. (601 N Whitewater Blvd, Boise) Packets will also be available Saturday, July 14th 7:30am
Wave Start Times:
8:00 am Double Sprint Men & Women, Youth & Relay Teams
9:00 am Sprint Men & Women, Youth & Relay Teams
10:00 am Super Sprint Men & Women & Youth, Relay Teams
* All waves are subject to change – be sure to check your wave time when you pick up your packet.
Parking On Race Day:
Parking in Esther Simplot Park is limited and there will be no exiting the lot until 11am. Additional parking is available at the old Bob Rice Ford parking lot on the south side of Quinn’s pond located at the corner of Main St & Whitewater Blvd.
* Please note that people parked in Esther Simplot Park or Idaho River Sports will not be allowed to exit the lot until 11am.
Packet Pick Up: Friday, July 13th from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm More information will be available soon. Packets will also be available Saturday, July 14th 8am
|Individual Fees: fees include a race t-shirt|
|Early Registration: March 6 – June 1||$25||$30|
|Open Registration: June 2 – July 1||$30||$40|
|Last Chance Registration: July 2 – July 14th||$35||$50|
|Relay Fees: fees include a race t-shirt|
|Early Registration: March 6– June 1||$60||$75|
|Open Registration: June 2 – July 1||$65||$80|
|Last Chance Registration: July 2 – July 14th||$70||$85|
Relay Participants Are you a great runner, but hate swimming? Get some friends together and form a relay team for the Spring Sprint Triathlon! All it takes is two or three people (one person can do two legs); a swimmer, biker and runner to sign up as a relay team. Have your team captain register all participants to get the relay team rate.
Super Sprint Course: 200 meter Swim – 3 mile Bike (1 Lap) – 1 Mile Run
Sprint Course: 400 meter Swim – 6 mile Bike (3 Laps) – 2 mile Run
Double Sprint Course: 800 meter Swim – 12 mile Bike (6 Laps) – 4 mile Run
Wave Start: Times are subject to change The Y-Not Triathlon will start in waves at the following times:
8am Double Sprint Men/Women/Youth/ Relay Teams
9am Sprint Men/Women/Youth/ Relay Teams
10am Super Sprint Men/Women/Youth and Relay teams,
*All waves are subject to change – be sure to check your wave time when you pick up your packet.
Transition Areas: The transition area is Esther Simplot Park near Quinn’s Pond beach front. The first wave will be able to start racking at 7:15am a.m. There will be designated racks for course waves. You will have about 20 minutes to rack your equipment and gear before your wave starts. Transition areas will be monitored by volunteers and once the race starts entrance into the area will be limited. Spectator will not be allowed into the transition area without a Transition Pass.
Swim Mandatory pre-race instructions will take place 10 min. prior to first wave wave start for all participants at Esther Simplot Park near Quinn’s Pond beach front. The swim course will be monitored by lifeguards positioned throughout the course on boats, kayaks and shore. Orange buoys will mark the course. You will be permitted to stop and rest at any boat, kayak or on shore. You may not push off from a boat or kayak when re-entering the race
Bike The Bike course will exit the transition areas onto Whitewater Blvd. Each distance will have to complete so many laps depending on their distance. The number of laps is still being determined. Helmets are mandatory throughout the bike portion of the race. The YMCA is not responsible for bike safety or inspection. Cyclists must have their race number clearly visible and secured under the center bar toward the front of their bike. Cyclists must obey all traffic rules and must stay to the right on all roads at all times. Ride on the left side of the road only when instructed to do so for a turn. Your bike must be picked-up within 30 minutes of finishing the race. You must have your race number to pick-up your bike (race numbers must match). You can designate someone else to pick-up your equipment by giving that person a signed Transition Pass. No exceptions! Cyclists must slow down as they come into the transition area. Please use Extreme caution in the transition areas.
Run The flat run course will start immediately following the bike course. Runners will follow arrows through transition to the greenbelt. The run will take place on the greenbelt. Runners must wear their race bibs clearly visible on the front of their bodies.
We Want You!
Not racing but love to be part of the action? The YMCA would not be able to host this event without the help of great volunteers like you! Help is needed both on and off the course. Get started by completing the quick volunteer application. Please sure to check the Race Day Volunteer box for the quick application. Race Day Volunteer Application
Or email us to help out with this fun event at firstname.lastname@example.org
YMCA Race Director 208 344 5502 ext 280