Go Girl Triathlon - Indianapolis

Saturday, August 22, 2020 in Indianapolis, IN at Eagle Creek Park


  • Individual Triathlon
    You MUST purchase at least a one-day USAT pass on Step 2 for $15 if not already a member

    » $55.00 registration (through 8/16 at 11:59 PM EDT)
    » $60.00 race week registration (8/17 at 12:00 AM EDT through 8/21 at 8:00 AM EDT)
    » $65.00 race day registration
    Triathlon Registration (Individual)


  • 2-3 person Triathlon Team
    Each registrant MUST purchase at least a one-day USAT pass on Step 2 for $15 if not already a member

    » $105.00 registration (through 8/16 at 11:59 PM EDT)
    » $120.00 race week registration (8/17 at 12:00 AM EDT through 8/21 at 8:00 AM EDT)
    » $135.00 race day registration
    Triathlon Registration (Team)


  • Individual Duathlon
    You MUST purchase at least a one-day USAT pass on Step 2 for $15 if not already a member

    » $55.00 registration (through 8/16 at 11:59 PM EDT)
    » $60.00 race week registration (8/17 at 12:00 AM EDT through 8/21 at 8:00 AM EDT)
    » $65.00 race day registration
    Duathlon Registration (Individual)


  • 2 person Duathlon Team
    Each registrant MUST purchase at least a one-day USAT pass on Step 2 for $15 if not already a member

    » $105.00 registration (through 8/16 at 11:59 PM EDT)
    » $120.00 race week registration (8/17 at 12:00 AM EDT through 8/21 at 8:00 AM EDT)
    » $135.00 race day registration
    Duathlon Registration (Team)


  • Volunteer

    » Select options on step 2. (through 8/21 at 8:00 AM EDT)
    Volunteer Registration



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NEW Social Distancing Guidelines

Per the Marion County Health Department:
- Stay home if you are sick, or are exhibiting any of the following symptoms; cough, shortness of breath, fever, chills, muscle pain or sore throat.
- Based on currently available information and clinical expertise, older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions (heart disease, chronic lung disease, asthma, etc.) might be at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19, and should not attend the Event.
- An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present.
- COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death


Tuxedo Brothers is excited to host the Go Girl Triathlon, but we want to make sure every participant, volunteer, spectator and staff member feels comfortable and safe. With this in mind, we will be implementing several new social distancing guidelines for our events.
- Limited participant field (350 max)
- Masks are mandatory until you have begun competing. Trash bins will be placed near the Swim/Duathlon starts for your masks. We ask that you bring 1 mask to dispose of, and 1 mask to have in the Transition Area, once you’ve finished.
- Triathletes asked to maintain 6’ spacing before you start
- Swimmers will be called in sections of 50, and line up with 6' spacing
- Crowd management at PPU, with markings for 6' spacing
- Larger Transition Area, with spaced out bike racks
- Volunteers will be required to wear masks
- Hand sanitizer available in Eagle Creek Park
- Pre/Post-race mingling and spectators are discouraged

About the Go Girl Triathlon

The Go Girl Triathlon is happening Saturday, August 22 at Eagle Creek Park! The event is Indianapolis' first ever women's only triathlon for both the experienced and beginner athletes, and offer athletes the chance to compete in an exciting, short course triathlon or duathlon!

The event is limited to 350 individuals. The Go Girl Triathlon will once again benefit The Julian Center.

---Distances---
Sprint Triathlon - 500 meter Swim, 10 mile Bike, 3 mile Run
Duathlon - 2 mile Run, 10 mile Bike, 3 mile Run

Location

Eagle Creek Park
7840 W. 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN

Virtual Meet the Author: Sue Reynolds, "The Athlete Inside"

Zoom Date - Thursday, August 20
Time - 6:30pm
To register, go to us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEscO6upjsuGtCmD_veLiSObfu8guFy5rF3

Join Sue Reynolds for a virtual “Meet the Author” event on August 20th at 6:30 pm. Sue Reynolds, author of “The Athlete Inside” will share her inspirational story of losing 200 pounds, racing in her first triathlon (which occurred on the Go Girl Triathlon race course) while still obese, and progressing to the World Triathlon Championship where she competed on behalf of the United States and finished sixth in the world!

Learn the mantras that Sue used during her first triathlon to push away the fear and pride that threatened to get in the way. Laugh with Sue as she describes dogpaddling the swim in Eagle Creek Reservoir and being clueless in transition. Learn from the mistakes that Sue made. Feel Sue’s joy as she stepped across the finish line for the very first time. Ask Sue your questions about triathlon and the Go Girl Triathlon course. Win an autographed copy of “The Athlete Inside!”

“The Athlete Inside” follows Sue’s journey as she lost 200 pounds and found an athlete hiding inside her body. From her first walk to the neighbor’s mailbox to competing at the World Triathlon Championship, Reynolds discovered the joy of conquering fear and pride to find that the best version of herself had been there all along. 100% of the book proceeds going to USA Triathlon Foundation to help those with disabilities pursue their triathlon dreams.

Participant Shirt & Finisher Medal

All participants who pre-register by August 19 will be guaranteed an awesome, softstyle T-shirt. Sizes/availability may be limited after August 20.

Please note that shirts will be ordered in Womens' sizing. Choose accordingly when registering.

Stay tuned! Medal previews are coming soon!

Awards

Awards will be presented in the following categories:

---Overall Awards---
Triathlon Individuals - Top 3 finishers
Duathlon Individuals - Top 1 finisher

---Age Group Awards---
Triathlon - Top 3 finishers
Duathlon - Top 1 finisher

---Fat Tire & Athena (165+ lbs)---
Top 3 age 39 and under
Top 3 age 40 and above

---Team Awards----
Top 3 All-Female

Packet Pick-Up / Late Registration

Pre-Race Packet Pick Up
---Date - Friday, August 21
---Time - 4pm - 7pm
---Location - Runners Forum (Carmel) - 620 Station Drive


Raceday Packet Pick Up
---Date: Saturday, August 22
---Location: Eagle Creek Park
---Time: 6:15am - 7:45am

**You must pick up YOUR OWN packet. You CANNOT pick up a packet for someone else. You must show picture ID and USAT membership number**

Late Registration
---If race has not sold out, participants will have the option to register at Packet Pick Up on Friday OR Saturday. Prices increase on Saturday, so be sure to pre-register!

Course Maps & Pre-Race Instructions

Age-Groups

Age groups are as follows: 14-17, 18-20, 21-24, 25-29, 30-34...75+

Also Clydesdale and Athena Division (males 220+ lbs and females 165+ lbs)

There is also a Fat Tire Division, for those wishing to use mountain bikes (wheels must be a minimum of 1.5 inches and have upright handlebars)

If you compete in the Fat Tire or Clydesdale/Athena you will NOT be eligible for age-group awards.

Participant and Volunteer Parking Pass

If you are a participant or volunteer, you may park for free with a printed parking pass. Please follow the signs and park in the designated pavement lot or grass lot. If you don't bring a parking pass on event day, you will be required to pay the gate parking fee of $6 per car. Enter through the 56th Street gate.

Parking passes can be printed here - www.tuxbro.com/entry-info/GoGirl/GoGirl-Instructions.php

Teams

Triathlon
There are 3 divisions for Relay Teams (2 or 3 per team): All Male, All Female, and Co-ed. Relay teams compete in a relay format - one person swims, then one person bikes, then one person runs. The top 3 in each division will receive awards - get a team and have some fun!

Duathlon
There are 3 divisions for Relay Teams (2 per team): All Male, All Female, and Co-ed. Relay teams compete in a relay format - one person runs, then one person bikes, then one person runs. The top 3 in each division will receive awards.

Volunteer Information

We cannot make our events a great success without our WONDERFUL volunteers! Donate you time and help keep our athletes safe. We welcome individuals, groups, and organizations to join us!

All volunteers receive an event t-shirt and have access to refreshments. We donate back to groups/organizations that volunteer with us for the day.

The following shifts are available:

Packet pick-up: 6:00AM - 8:00am
- Packet pick-up volunteers pass out bibs, timing tags, shirts, etc to participants.

Body Marking: 6:30AM - 8:00AM
- Body Marking volunteers write the participants bib number on their arm to prepare them for competition.

Water Station: 7:00AM - 10:30AM
-Water Station volunteers pass out water and/or Gatorade to the participants on the course. Water Station volunteers will be at their designated water stop.

Transition: 6:30AM - 10:00AM
-Transition volunteers assist within the transition area where the bikes and gear are placed. They help participants in locating their transition station, give directional assistance during the race, and secure the area.

Run Course: 7:00AM - 10:30AM
-Run Course Marshal volunteers give directional assistance to participants out on the run course.

Bike Course: 7:00AM - 10:30AM
-Bike Course Marshal volunteers give directional assistance to participants out on the bike course.

Finish Line: 7:30AM - 10:30AM
-Finish Line volunteers can help with one or more of the following duties, passing out water, removing timing tags, preparing refreshment tent for finishers.

Questions?

For event-related questions, please click on the Contact the Organizers button on the left-hand side of this page.


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