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Half Moon Bay Triathlons

10 races scheduled · 1000 participants · Sun 19th Apr 2020 · Half Moon Bay
Event postponed
About this event

Tucked away in one of Northern California's most scenic coastal towns is this series of incredible races. With every form of race from Paddle Boarding to traditional triathlons, there is something here for everyone. Come for the finisher's medal or the views of Mavericks.

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Tickets available until Thu Apr 16 2020

What's included:

  • Custom swim cap
  • Custom event t-Shirt
  • Finishers medal
  • Finishers towel
  • Custom water bottle
  • Free race photos
  • Free post-race food
  • Race day announcer
  • Professional chip timing & online race results
  • Awesome live music
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Olympic Triathlon
7:00am Sun 19th Apr 2020

Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km, Run 10km

Sprint Paddle Triathlon
7:00am Sun 19th Apr 2020

Swim 1mi, Bike 11mi, Run 3.1mi

Olympic Aquathlon
7:00am Sun 19th Apr 2020

Swim 1.5km, Run 10km

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Frequently asked questions
Yes, there will be free parking for all participants and spectators just next to the transition zone at Pillar Point Habor.… read more
The transition zone will close at 7AM sharp and nobody will be allowed to take bikes in or out, for security reasons, after this time.… read more
You will be able to pick up your race packet on Friday 17th April at the Sports Basement - Sunnyvale between 4PM and 8PM. You will also be able to pick your packet up at Pillar Point Harbor on Saturday 18th between 11AM and 5PM. Please make sure to bring your ID with you.… read more
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Half Moon Bay is a picturesque town in Northern California, known for its beautiful coastline and world-class surfing. Thankfully for racers, the harbor offers a sheltered swim or Paddle Board. The hillside provides shade and shelter in it's ancient redwood forests and the cool coastal breeze creates the perfect environment to push hard on the cycle.

Another awesome event by USAP and with everything from Duathlons, Paddle Board Triathlons to traditional triathlons, there is something here for everyone.

Please Note: You are required to have a valid USAT membership to take place in this event. You will be asked to present this on race day so if you do not have a current USAT membership please select the ticket that includes a one day membership.

Logistics and schedule

Schedule:

5:00AM - Transition Opens

6:45AM - Olympic Events Start

7AM - 11:30AM - Expo Opens & Transition Closes

7:35AM - Sprint Events Start

8AM - 11:30AM - Food, beer and live music

10AM - Sprint event awards ceremony

10:30AM - Olympic Awards Ceremony

Please make sure you arrive at least 1.5 hours before the start of your event to give yourself enough time to get parked, registered and warmed up. Please also ensure you have set up your transition before it closes at 7AM as nobody will be allowed in after this time.

Spectators

Spectators are encouraged to get down to the event and cheer on their family and friends as they take on this epic challenge. The beautiful Californian coastline makes for a brilliant backdrop.

How to get there

99 Johnson Pier, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019, USA

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Address: 99 Johnson Pier Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

Parking: There will be free parking for all participants and spectators next to the transition area in Pillar Point Harbor. Please ensure you do not accidentally park on the bike route as this can cause major disruptions.

Frequently asked questions
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Is there parking available near the Half Moon Bay triathlon?
Yes, there will be free parking for all participants and spectators just next to the transition zone at Pillar Point Habor.
FAQ
What time do I need to have my bike and transition zone set up for the Half Moon Bay Triathlon?
The transition zone will close at 7AM sharp and nobody will be allowed to take bikes in or out, for security reasons, after this time.
FAQ
When can I pick up my packet for the Half Moon Bay triathlon?
You will be able to pick up your race packet on Friday 17th April at the Sports Basement - Sunnyvale between 4PM and 8PM. You will also be able to pick your packet up at Pillar Point Harbor on Saturday 18th between 11AM and 5PM. Please make sure to bring your ID with you.
FAQ
When will I find out what wave start time I am in for the Half Moon Bay triathlon?
Specific start times and wave information will be sent out prior to the event (keep an eye on your emails).
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Which ticket should I buy for this race?
There are two ticket options, one that includes a one day USAT membership and one that does not. You will need to present your valid membership on race-day so if you need to purchase one then please select the appropriate ticket.
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