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Triathletes throughout Michigan have long considered the Island Lake State Recreation Area, home of the Island Lake Triathlon, an epic training destination, ideal for any athlete preparing for a multisport event. Set within a 4,000-acre park in Livingston County that offers an “up north” experience without leaving southeast Michigan. The terrain is a mixture of open brush land to mature hardwood forest, with some pockets of open meadows mixed in with a paved road of rolling hills weaving throughout. You’ll swim the clear waters of Kent Lake, bike the park’s rolling, tree-lined hills, then run the panoramic final leg towards the lakeside finish line!
Island Lake Tri features 7 different events:
Olympic Triathlon — 1500 meter swim, 24-mile bike, 6.2-mile run
Sprint Triathlon — 750-meter swim (32 lengths in a standard metric pool), 12-mile bike ride, 3.1-mile run
Mini-Sprint Triathlon — 400-meter swim (16 lengths in a standard metric pool), 12-mile bike ride, 1.5-mile run
Olympic Aquabike (swim bike done) — 1500 meter swim, 24-mile bike ride
Sprint Duathlon (run bike run) — 1.5-mile run, 12-mile bike ride, 3.1-mile run
Olympic Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Olympic Triathlon together
Sprint Relay — team up with one or two friends to complete our Sprint Triathlon together
This race is sanctioned by USA Triathlon (USAT) therefore all participants must have an annual membership or purchase a one-day membership. These options will be available during the registration process. The annual membership fee is $50 and the one-day fee is $15. To learn more about USAT visit https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Triathlon/.
To learn more about USAT, USAT membership, USAT rules, and USAT most violated rules, CLICK HERE.
The race director, Eva Solomon, is a USAT Level 2 Certified Race Director. This is the highest level available, she is the only Level 2 USAT Certified race director in Michigan and 1 of only 11 in the country.
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6301 Kensington Rd, Brighton, MI 48116
Island Lake State Park is a 4,000-acre park in Livingston County that offers an "up north" experience right in southeast Michigan. The terrain is a mixture of open brush and mature hardwood forest with pockets of open meadows.
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