Sprint: 400 yard swim, 15 mile bike, 3.1 mile run
Olympic: 800 yard swim, 29 mile bike, 6.2 mile run
The swim will be in Ashwaubomay Lake, a man-made lake. A buoy line will be available to rest on if needed and will serve as a guide for the finish point, which will have a huge balloon arch. The swim course will start at the north end of the lake, go out, circle around, and return to the north end of the lake.
Olympic distance does two loops.
The bike course heads out of the park heading south on Broadway and quickly heading west on Parkview to Glory Road out to Packerland Drive. The route continues into the town of Hobart and returning on Grant Street /Hwy EE back to Glory Road and returning to the park. Miles marked every 5th mile. Elevation map will be coming soon!
The run follows out of Ashwaubomay Park and heads north on Broadway turning around near the National Railroad Museum and returning on Broadway back to the park. Course is very flat. Long Sprint continues past the National Railroad Museum.
To 5 p.m. on June 1
Sprint $45 Sprint Relay(each) $30
Relay(12 & under each) $20
Olympic $65 Olympic Relay(each) $35
Day of Event
Sprint $55 Sprint Relay(each) $30
Relay(12 & under each) $25
Olympic $75 Olympic Relay(each) $35
WHAT MIDWEST SPORTS EVENTS PROVIDES
We provide technically sound, safe, and exciting events. Participants receive a
DRI WICK SHIRT, swim cap, food and fun after the event.
Bike racks will have your race number and wave you start in. Each mile on the run courses will be marked. All courses will have highly visible signage for each turn. The long bike course will have aid stations and bottle exchange.
There will also be plenty of aide stations along the course.
Results will be posted at
Get a front row seat as a volunteer! Volunteers
are needed throughout the event to help with participant body
marking, directing athletes on and off the course, and handing
out water and food. All volunteers receive a t-shirt and a
big thank you!!!
Click Here to Volunteer or call
Mike at: 1-800-429-8044.
Awards will be given to the first overall female and male winners. Age group awards will be given to the top 3 males and females in 5 year increments: 10 and under, 11-14
to 99 plus. Awards to the top overall 3 relay teams, Athena and Clydesdale. Athena and Clydesdale division is scored separately from age groups and is optional to enter. Athena is female 150lbs+ and Clydesdale is male 200lbs+.
This event is part of the Aurora BayCare Series
which offers additional prizes.
Official Host Hotel
Green Bay is offering special rates to our athletes.
Please call 920-499-0631 x597 and say Aurora BayCare Triathlon.
2012 Race Winners
Male Michael McQueen, Wausau, WI 2:01:05
Female Renne Richards Groff, WI 2:19:32
Male Tim Petrie, Fond du Lac, WI 1:04:55
Female Jessica Sigl, Green Bay, WI 1:13:47
Male Brent Riopelle, De Pere, WI 37:09
Female Sydney Vanderloop, Kaukauna, WI 46:02
Male Jerry Mane, East Troy, WI 18:47
Female Kristi Petasek, New Franken, WI 20:37