Registered on or before July 10th 2017
July 11th 2017-July 31st 2017
August 1st 2017-August 6th 2017
Eligibility - The minimum age to participate is 13. The right to accept or reject any entry is reserved. For younger participants, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Playtri Triathlons are USAT sanctioned and led by a USAT Level 2 Certified Race Director
Rockwall ISD Aquatic Center
1205 TL Townsend Drive
Rockwall, TX 75087
6:00AM Transition Opens
7:15AM Race Start
Sprint: 300 meter pool swim - 13 mile bike - 5k run
Click here for bike map
Click here for run map (2 loops)
The course officially closes at 11am for all participants.
Key Race Information
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Click Here for Frequently Asked Questions
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Packet Pick Up & Late Registration
Thursday, August 3rd from 11:00am-7:00pm
Playtri Mckinney Store
Friday, August 4th from 11:00am-7:00pm
Playtri Dallas Store
Saturday, August 5th from 9:00am-4:00pm
Race morning pick up is available from 6 - 6:30am for an additional $10.
FREE PRE RACE CLINICS
On each day the store hosting packet pick up will also be putting on a race clinic at at 6pm during the week(Tue-Fri). For the packet pick up on Saturday, the clinic will be at 10am. We will go over what to expect on race day, how to set up your transition and open it up for general questions anyone has.
Click Here for Race Day Checklist
- Top Overall, Masters, and Grand Masters.
- Age Group / Weight Class awards will be 3 deep for both Male and Female.
- Relay Team awards will be for top 3 overall relays.
- All Finishers will receive a Finisher Medal.
XL Finisher Medal and a Tech Tee
Every participant must show photo ID and proof either of USAT annual membership, or purchase of USAT one day pass. If one of these is not provided at packet pickup, the participant will be required to purchase a one day pass or an annual membership in order to pick up his or her packet, regardless of whether or not he or she already has a membership. ($15 for adult one day, $50 for annual membership, and $10 for youth annual membership). Please click here for the Most Commonly Violated USAT rules.
All Relay team participants must check in at packet pickup individually and pick up their race number (though team members do not all have to come at the same time). All team members must have their own USAT membership (whether annual or one day).
No Refunds or Transfers allowed.
GROUP TRAINING PROGRAM
Do you want to finish your first triathlon or do you want to improve from last year? Join our group training program for the Rockwall Kiwanis Tri-Rock Triathlon and see proven results. For more information group training programs click here.
Many volunteers from numerous North Texas civic organizations are committed to make your race a safe and memorable experience.
Weather / Water Temp
Average temperature on race day: low 75 - high 90.
For safety reasons, Playtri Racing reserves the right to modify or cancel a race due to severe weather conditions. When severe weather is present, all precautions will be made to ensure the safety of the athletes.
This is a chip timed event. Each participant will be required to wear a timing chip in order to be counted in the results. Timing chips are assigned to participants according to bib number. Please pick up your timing chip the morning of the race at the chip timing station beginning an hour before race start. Awards are based on chip times.
Click Here to register or see open volunteer positions.
If you have questions about volunteer positions for this race please contact us at email@example.com.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (214) 697-6922.
Post Race Photo Booth available
By Registering for this event, AAZ Event Productions, has consent to all Race photography and videos from the event to use in any advertising, marketing & promotional materials
This event benefits the Kiwanis Club of Rockwall. The Rockwall Kiwanis Club is comprised of service-minded-men and women who respond to the unique needs of our community and address issues by serving our children.