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All runners and bikers must have a Clark Sports Center waiver form on file. Children 18 and under must have this waiver signed by a parent. Waivers will be available on Race Day or can be downloaded and printed from our site (PDF, 90kb).
Race registration begins at 9:00am.
The race starts at 10:30am.
The race starts and ends at The Clark Sports Center, 124 County Highway 52, Cooperstown, NY, 13326.
Individual (solo duathlon athlete) registration: $35
Individual (solo duathlon athlete )late registration: $50
Note: Individual (solo race) athletes must be 18 years old or older.
Team registration (one runner and one biker): $60
Team registration (one runner and one biker) late: $75
Note: The runner of the team portion of the race must be 14 years old or older (bikers must be 18 years old or older).
Online registration is also available at active.com and bikereg.com.
Entrants who pre-register will receive a commemorative T-shirt. Entrants registering on the day of the race will receive a T-shirt if available.
Awards will be distributed to the overall best male solo, female solo, and best team finish. Other awards will be given to top finishers in age categories. Winners will be announced within 30 minutes of the last finisher. The Awards Ceremony will take place outside (in case of poor weather, the awards will be presented inside the Sports Center in the Conference Room).
For more information about the race, please contact race director Doug McCoy by calling 547-2800.
Is the race open to beginners? Yes!
Can I ride a mountain bike? You may ride a mountain bike, single speed bike, or a tri-bike. Due to insurance purposes, we cannot allow recumbent bicycles.
Can I do it with a friend? Yes, we have a team category for the event. One person may run while the other rides the bike.
Are you affiliated with USA Triathlon? No, we are not.
Can my child participate? The minimum age to participate in the course solo is 18. Kids 14 years and older may do the run segment of the team relay with an adult doing the bike segment. If a youth age 14 years old but under 18 wishes to do the race solo, please contact the race director for consideration.
What should I wear? Wear comfortable clothing you can run and bike in, such as a T-shirt and shorts. Tri-shorts are strongly recommended. Any shirt will do, but a tight fitting shirt will create less drag while on the bike.
What is the severe weather policy? We will make every effort to race, but safety is our #1 concern. If the forecasted weather is questionable, we will post updates to this event page about the race status, or you may call us at 547-2800 for information. Lightning and torrential flooding are the most likely causes for cancelling the race.
Both runs take place on the Sports Center grounds (perimiter of our fields and trails in our wooded area). Runners will make one lap for a total of 3.16 miles counter-clockwise on the course for the first run. The biking portion of the competition will follow the first run (described below). The second run will be another laps for another 3.16 miles running the course clockwise after athletes return from biking.
The bike portion of the race will travel 18 miles. Turn right out of Sports Center onto Co Hwy 52, turn right onto
Rt. onto Route 33, turn left onto Beavermeadow Rd, turn right onto Co Hwy 52, turn right
onto Cornish Hill Rd., turn right
Rt. onto Route 166, turn right onto
Rt. onto Route 33, turn left onto Co Hwy 52 - back to Sports Center.
Solo Race Female Winner: Pamela Ayers
Solo Race Male Winner: Mike Rutledge
Team Race Winners: Josh Edmonds and Marc Kingsley
Download the 2013 Duathlon Race Results (PDF)
Click here to view the 2013 Duathlon Race Photos on Zenfolio