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Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Triathlon

2 races scheduled · 600 participants · Sun 20th Sep 2020 · Cocoa Beach
Event postponed
About this event

Race in this taxing yet entertaining triathlon. The event is great for athletes but having also won a 'Best First Timer’s Race', all are welcome. On this course you will swim through the Banana River, bike along the flat highway and run along the Golf Course cart path. Come for the post race party!

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Smooth Running is the producer of several of the most prestigious and unique endurance events in East Central Florida. These events include the Publix Florida Marathon & 1/2 Marathon Weekend, the Florida Today 5k and 8k, the USA Beach Running Championships, the Game Day 5k at the Washington Nationals' Space Coast Stadium, the Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Triathlon, and the Ron Jon Cocoa Beach Half Marathon.

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How to enter

Tickets available until Thu Sep 17 2020

What's included:

Event medals and a post-race awards party with live music and lots of food and drink await all finishers.

Triathlon
12:00am Sun 20th Sep 2020

Swim 0.25mi, Bike 12.5mi, Run 3.1mi

Duathlon
7:00am Sun 20th Sep 2020

Run 1mi, Bike 12.5mi, Run 5km

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Frequently asked questions
FAQ
is there a minimum age requirement?
Entrants must be 13 y/o… read more
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Race Pack pickup
Saturday, April 13th, 11:00am-4:00pm For GPS: 4800 Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach Packet pick up will be in the grassy lot east of the large gazebo/swimming pool, by the usual race swim exit. Go to the east side of the Cocoa Beach Country Club & Golf Course Parking lot. Athletes may only pick up their own packets. All relay members must be present to receive the packet, or split up the relay packet for each participant.… read more
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Can you park ?
ALL ATHLETES MUST PARK AT COCOA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. There is also a large grass area just west of the high school that can be used for parking. Please park orderly.You can ride your bike (with helmets strapped on heads) the .22 miles to transition area.… read more
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Route description

The event is based adjacent to the Cocoa Beach Country Club and begins with a .25 mile swim in the Banana River.  The swim is a beach entry and beach exit and is well supported with more than a dozen certified Open Water lifeguards and volunteers in kayaks and on paddleboards.

The 12.5 mile out and back bike route is completely flat and takes athletes away from the Country Club area and down coastal highway A1A. The bike leg is held on an open road but is well supported by Cocoa Beach Police, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and event staff and volunteers.

Nearly half of the run portion of our race is held on the Cocoa Beach Golf Course cart path (course closed to golfers for our event), and the rest in a riverfront neighborhood.

The finish line and transition areas are adjacent to the Country Club and very near the swim entry and exit areas.

Cathy
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Did the Triathlon in 2019
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Erica
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Did the Triathlon in 2019
This was the first Tri Ive done in over 10 years (since becoming a mom). It was well organized. The staff and even other athletes were so encouraging and helpful with my questions. This is a great race for beginners and those that are trying to get back in it like me.
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Logistics and schedule

On Race Day:

Transition opens at 5:30am and will close by 6:45am.

Race starts at 7AM.

Bikes must be parked in transition before lining up for chips or body marking.

Bikes will not be allowed to be removed from transition prior to the race (for security purposes).

Timing chips will be at the pavilion. There is $20 lost chip replacement fee.

Volunteers

If you are interested in volunteering in this event please follow the link to fill out the volunteering form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfGWmvgvM4DdrAq\_Y\_v8ScqfTpz9iF1xN4gx8U1scmLrQFQgQ/viewform

How to get there

Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA

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Parking & Directions:

Sunday – all athletes must park at cocoa beach high.

SCHOOL. There is also a large grass area just west of the high school that can be used for parking. Please park orderly.You can ride your bike (with helmets strapped on heads) the .22 miles to transition area.

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
is there a minimum age requirement?
Entrants must be 13 y/o
FAQ
Race Pack pickup
Saturday, April 13th, 11:00am-4:00pm For GPS: 4800 Tom Warriner Blvd., Cocoa Beach Packet pick up will be in the grassy lot east of the large gazebo/swimming pool, by the usual race swim exit. Go to the east side of the Cocoa Beach Country Club & Golf Course Parking lot. Athletes may only pick up their own packets. All relay members must be present to receive the packet, or split up the relay packet for each participant.
FAQ
Can you park ?
ALL ATHLETES MUST PARK AT COCOA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL. There is also a large grass area just west of the high school that can be used for parking. Please park orderly.You can ride your bike (with helmets strapped on heads) the .22 miles to transition area.
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