Lake Crichton Series - Triathlon & Duathlon
2022 dates have been set – 21st January, 11th February, 4th March
Registrations for the 2022 Frontrunner Lake Crichton Series are NOW OPEN!
The 2022 Lake Crichton Series is a three race series utilising the world class, man-made Lake Crichton. Located on Frasers Road, 25 minutes south of Hornby and 2 kilometres south of Dunsandel, Lake Crichton is extremely safe. The lake is no deeper than 1.7m, naturally heated to mid 20 degrees and only about 50 metres wide. It is a most tranquil setting for a triathlon!
The Friday evening series allows for all competitors, young & old, experienced & first timers, to finish their working week with exercise. You can enter individually or in a team.
There are two race distances in both the triathlon and duathlon (detailed below). The triathlon begins with a lake swimming (in water start), followed by a road bike and finished off with an off-road run. The duathlon follows the same bike and run course as the triathlon but has a short run before you get on your bikes.
2022 Race Dates:
Friday, 21st January
Friday, 11th February
Friday, 5th March
Short Course Tri/Du – 150m swim/1.5km run, 8km road bike, 2.25km off-road run
Long Course Tri/Du – 400m swim/1.5km run, 16km road bike, 4.2km off-road run
Short Courses Long Courses
Entry Fees (either triathlon or duathlon):
Individuals – Adult: $30, Student: $15 (incl. tertiary students)
Tri Teams – $50
Du Teams – $40
Individuals – Adult: $80, Student: $45 (incl. tertiary students)
Tri Teams – $100
Du Teams – $80
Online entries will close at midnight the Wednesday preceding each race. There is a $10 late entry fee for all entries on the night.
Under 14 Years Afternoon Race
Transition and Registration open – 2.15pm
Briefing for all competitors – 3.10pm
Short Course Triathlon & Duathlon Start – 3.30pm
Transition and Registration open – 5.15pm
Briefing for all competitors – 6.10pm
Long Course Triathlon & Duathlon Start – 6.30pm
Short Course Triathlon & Duathlon Start – 6.40pm
Please read and understand the attached Race Rules. Make specific note that all roads are open and the minimum age to compete as a cyclist is 10 years of age.
Whilst Chris and Robyn are very accommodating to people using their lakes, please ensure you do not treat their lakes as a public waterway. Contact them if you want to make use of their lakes on 0272224480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.