Race Day: Saturday, July 9
The Jefferson Sprint Triathlon & Duathlon takes place at Fry’s Spring Beach Club in the beautiful Fry’s Spring neighborhood at 2512 Jefferson Park Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903 (Just minutes from the UVA campus). It is the perfect summer pool swim triathlon and duathlon for seasoned triathletes and beginners!
For those new to the sport we recommend participating in a 3hr Beginner Triathlon Workshop on February 21, 2016 to help you get ready for this years Jefferson Sprint Tri & Du. For more information, please see the Beginner Triathlon Workshop below.
COUNTDOWN TO GREATNESS!
The registration fees below do not include online processing charges or the $15 USAT membership fee. All participants must have a USAT membership license or must purchase a $15 one day USAT insurance policy, this may be purchased along with registration or at packet pick-up. Purchase a $45 annual USAT license here.
To qualify for the college student discount, you must be currently enrolled as a full time student and able to show your student ID at packet pick-up. The collegiate entrants will be moved into age group categories.
Online registration will close at 8pm on Thursday, July 7. There will be on site registration at packet pickup.
- $70 thru March 1
- $80 March 2 – May 23
- $90 May 24 – June 23
- $95 June 24 – July 9
Collegiate, Aqua Bike, and Youth
- $65 thru March 1
- $75 March 2 – May 23
- $85 May 24 – June 23
- $90 June 24 – July 9
- See College Student Discount Rates Above / Youth: 12 – 18 yrs
$70 thru March 1
$80 March 2 – May 23
$90 May 24 – June 23
$95 June 24 – July 9
$120 thru March 1
$130 March 2 – May 23
$140 May 24 – June 23
$150 June 24 – July 9
Friday, July 8, 2016
4:00pm – 7:00pm Packet Pick Up & on site registration starts at 4:00pm. On site registration requires cash or check to enter. (It is highly recommended to pick up your packet the day before the race).
5:30pm – 6:30pm Pre-race briefing at Fry’s Spring Beach Club House
Saturday, July 9, 2016
6:15am Transition opens (No earlier!)
6:30-7:30am Packet pickup, Chip timing pickup and on site registration. On site registration requires cash or check to enter. (It is highly recommended to pick up your packet the day before the race).
7:15am – 7:45am Swim warmups • 7:40am Transition Closes for the Tri & Du.
7:40-7:55am pre-race briefing for the Tri & Du starts next to the pool.
7:55am Triathlon pre race line up at the pool. 8:00am Duathlon pre race line up at the Park St. start line next to transition for the Du.
8:00am Triathlon STARTS
8:05am Duathlon STARTS
10:45am Awards presentation
Showers will be available post race in FSBC locker room. Please bring your own towel and toiletries.
Post race fun! There is lots to do in the Charlottesville area. A few include visiting the newly updated Starr Hill brewery, one of the beautiful 27 vineyards in the area, enjoying a meal on the downtown mall or walking around the UVA Campus.
The mission of The Women’s Initiative is to provide effective counseling services, social support and education to empower women to transform challenging life situations into opportunities for renewed well-being and personal growth regardless of means.
There are many ways to help The Women’s Initiative
Utilize the Jefferson Sprint Triathlon as your target race and motivation. With an easy to use online fundraising system free to donors, you can either donate a contribution or create your own fundraising webpage.
If you choose to set up a fundraising website, you simply set your goal amount, tell the reason why fundraising to assist The Women’s Initiative is important to you and then e-mail your friends and family to help raise funds. A suggested goal amount is $100-$500.
Donation and Fundraising Information Coming Soon!
The mission is based upon our conviction that:
- Women who care for themselves are powerful role models for children, family and the community.
- Challenging life events and the accumulative demands of daily living place women at risk for stress-related emotional problems and illnesses such as anxiety, depression, heart disease and diabetes.
- Researched self care and self awareness skills are powerful tools to reduce the impact of chronic stress and its toll on mental and physical health.
For more information on The Women’s Initiative please visit www.thewomensinitiative.org