Scottsdale Lifetime Indoor Triathlon
Sunday, March 10th@ 7:00am
6850 East Chauncey Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85054
The Indoor Triathlon is based on time rather than distance - meaning you receive points for going further in a specific period of time, not going faster over a fixed distance. Participants are graded on a curve. The furthest distance in each category gets the most points (actual number is based on total participants), the shortest receives 1 point, and your “core” for the discipline is based on the points you achieve. All three disciplines count equally toward your final score. Therefore, your rank and score will not be determined until all participants have completed the event. The total event will be 75 minutes: 10 minutes in the pool, a 10-minute transition, 30 minutes on a spin bike, a 5-minute transition and 20 minutes on a treadmill. Transition times are fixed between events and do not count toward participants’ scores. The transition times are planned to allow safe progression to the next discipline. I-Pods are allowed during this event.
At your designated start time, you will begin with a ten-minute swim in our indoor pool. Shift gears and spend the next thirty minutes in the cycling studio. Then race toward the finish line with twenty minutes on the treadmill.
You are allowed ten minutes to safely change from the pool to the cycling studio, and five minutes to move from the cycling studio to the treadmill.
Race volunteers record the total distance covered during your swim, bike and run. The more distance you cover, the higher your score.
We strive to provide excellent value to our both Life Time member and non-member participants. Expect a quality experience at these low prices!
$25 Life Time Members
Special Olympics is the official charity partner for the Lifetime Indoor Triathlon Series. Each participant is encouraged to fundraise $50 or more to benefit the Arizona Special Olympics.
Race Director: Rachael Jake