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HITS Napa Valley – California

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This is a one-of-a-kind location! Napa Valley is one of the treasures of the United States and the historic Indian Springs Resort and Spa is Californias oldest continuously operating pool and spa facility. Lake Berryessa is breathtakingly beautiful. This rugged, yet majestic natural setting is home to varied and beautiful Northern California wildlife such as swans, bald eagles, fox and whitetail deer. This location is one of THE premier triathlon venues on the planet. The course through Napa Valley will twist and turn alongside beautiful vistas.

PLEASE NOTE: All participants, volunteers and spectators must park in the campgrounds on the west side of Knoxville Rd. Campers in spaces 78-100 will not be permitted to enter or exit the race site between 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

How to enter the HITS Napa Valley – California

  1. Full Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 2.4mi, Bike 112mi, Run 26.2mi
    $500–$730
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  2. Half Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 1.2mi, Bike 56mi, Run 13.1mi
    $240–$410
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  3. Olympic Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 0.93mi, Bike 24.8mi, Run 6.2mi
    $160–$290
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  4. Sprint Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 0.47mi, Bike 12.4mi, Run 3.1mi
    $100–$210
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  5. Open Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 0.06mi, Bike 3mi, Run 1mi
    $30–$40
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Event Details

Raceday Logistics
It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that Half and Full athletes pick up their packets on Friday

Saturday, April 13, 2019 – Race Site at Putah Canyon (formerly Chaparral Cove)
• 5 – 6 am: Additional Packet and Timing Chip Pick-Up for Half and Full athletes
• 5 – 6:30 am: Bike and Gear Drop-Off for Half and Full distance athletes
• 6 am – 8 pm: HITS Fitness Expo
• 6:40 am: Transition area closed to Half and Full distance athletes
• 7 am: Full and Half male wave start
• 7:03 am: Full and Half female wave start
• 2 pm: Half distance Awards**
• 2 – 8 pm: Packet and Timing Chip Pick-Up for Sprint, Olympic and Open distance athletes
• 12 am: Transition area closed and clear of all bikes

*PLEASE NOTE: Athletes MUST be present at their Awards Ceremony to receive an award.

Sunday, April 14, 2019 – Race Site at Putah Canyon (formerly Chaparral Cove)
• 5 – 6 am: Additional Packet and Timing Chip Pick-Up for Sprint and Olympic athletes
• 5 – 6:30 am: Bike and Gear Drop-Off for Sprint and Olympic athletes
• 6 am – 3 pm: HITS Fitness Expo
• 6:40 am: Transition area closed to Sprint athletes
• 7 am: Sprint Male wave start
• 7:03 am: Sprint Female wave start
• 7:05 am: Transition area closed to Olympic distance athletes
• 7:40 am: Olympic Male wave start
• 7:43 am: Olympic Female wave start
• 9:15 am: Sprint distance Awards Ceremony**
• 10 am: Full distance Awards Ceremony**
• 10 – 11 am: Packet and Timing Chip Pick-Up for Open distance athletes
• 11 am – 12 pm: Bike and Gear Drop-Off for Open distance athletes
• 11:15 am: Olympic distance Awards Ceremony**
• 12 pm: Athlete Meeting for Open distance athletes
• 12:30 pm: HITS Open race starts
• 1:30 pm: HITS Open Awards Ceremony**
• 3:00 pm: Transition area closed to Open, Sprint and Olympic distance athletes

HITS Napa Valley – California weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

76°F
Predicted highs
49°F
Predicted lows

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