This will be the fourth year for the Tri-Atlanta
race series. The purpose of these races is to provide club members
a unique meeting place for social and training activities. First
timers are encouraged to participate!
- Race entry is FREE to Tri-Atlanta Club members.
- All participants must pay any venue charges,
i.e. pool, park fees.
- Race waivers must be read and signed by all
participants during registration.
- All current USAT rules will apply.
- Post-race refreshments will be offered.
Click here for 2002 Series Results.
Race #1 -
1000-meter Swim Time Trial - Sunday, January 12. Click
5.5-mile Trail Run Saturday, February 8. Click
#3 - 7-mile Mountain Bike Time Trial
Saturday, March 1. Click for
#4 - Formula 1 Duathlon at Columns
Dr., Sunday, March 16. Click for results.
#5 - 10-mile Bike Time Trial,
Sunday, March 23. Click for
#6 - Unity Place 5K run at Grayson
City Park. Saturday, April 5. Click
#7 - 1-mile Open Water Swim at
Lake Acworth. Saturday, April 12. Click
#8 - Aquathlon at Redtop Mountain
State Park. Sunday, May 18. Click
#9 - Sprint Triathlon at Clark's
Bridge Park in Gainesville. Sunday, June, 15, 9:00 am.
This race is a 400-meter swim, 18-mi bike and 3-mi run.
From Atlanta, go north on I-85 then take I-985
Take Exit 24, Jesse Jewell Pkwy, and turn LEFT.
Go ~0.5 mile and turn RIGHT onto Limestone Pkwy.
Go ~1.5 miles and turn RIGHT onto Clark Bridge Rd.
Go ~2 miles, cross the bridge and the park is on the LEFT
#10 - 3-Gap Time Trial near Dahlonega.
Sunday, August 17, 9:00 am.
Meet at Turners Corner near Dahlonega and do Woody, Wolfpen
and Neil's gaps...36 scenic miles of fun!
From Atlanta, travel north to the end of GA
Take a left turn at the light onto Hwy 60/19/9.
Stay on Hwys 60/19/9.
Pass Pizza Hut on the left.
Pass hotel (Holiday Inn Express?) on the right.
See McDonalds on the left.
Turn right at the next light.
Pass Wal-Mart on the right.
Go approx 6 miles and look for the R Ranch entrance on the
Take a right onto Hwy 19.
Go about 5 miles to the stop sign.
Turn left and park on the left side.
Leave the street vendor at least 5 parking spaces nearest
Eligibility for Race Series Awards requires:
- Directing or working as a volunteer in at least
one event. Another adult may volunteer for you to satisfy this
requirement but this does not earn you points.
- Participation in at least 50% of the events
(volunteering or directing also counts as an event).
- In the event of a tie, actual race points will
overrule volunteer points
Race Series Scoring
|1st: 150 points
2nd: 135 points
3rd: 120 points
4th: 110 points
5th: 100 points
6th: 90 points
| 7th: 80 points
8th: 70 points
9th: 60 points
10th: 50 points
11th: 40 points
12th: 30 points
Event Director: 125 points
Volunteer: 50 points
Participation: 20 points
- Race Directors may earn a maximum of 200 points
for the season: 125 the 1st race and 75 the 2nd.
A maximum of 150 volunteer points can be earned based on: 50
the 1st race, 40 the 2nd, 30 the 3rd,
20 the 4thand 10 the 5th. This is for
those members unable to race due to injuries, etc.
- A maximum of 150 points can be earned per event.
This applies to a situation where the Director or a volunteer
is also able to compete in an event.
- Participants age as of December 31 determines
Open or Masters group for the season.
- Awards will be given to the Overall Male and
Female points leader and the first three places in Male and
Female age groups at the end-of-the season awards ceremony.