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Shaver Lake “Mile High” Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike, 5K & 10K

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Come up to Shaver Lake and enjoy Fresno’s longest running multi-sport event. Great as a scenic first triathlon or for a run in the crisp mountain air. Come along for the epic bear-shaped medal and the other finisher’s swag.

How to enter the Shaver Lake “Mile High” Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike, 5K & 10K

  1. Olympic Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 0.9mi, Bike 23mi, Run 6.2mi
  2. Sprint Triathlon

    Triathlon: Swim 0.22mi, Bike 11.4mi, Run 3.1mi
  3. Olympic Duathlon

    Duathlon: Run 6.2mi, Bike 23mi, Run 3.1mi
  4. Sprint Duathlon

    Duathlon: Run 3.1mi, Bike 11.4mi, Run 1.77mi
  5. Olympic Duathlon

    Duathlon: Run 6.2mi, Bike 23mi, Run 3.1mi
  6. Sprint Duathlon

    Duathlon: Run 3.1mi, Bike 11.4mi, Run 1.77mi
  7. 10K

    Run 10km
  8. 5K

    Run 5km

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Shaver Lake “Mile High” Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquabike, 5K & 10K routes

Course:

5K Run/Walk
5K – Begins at 8:40am
Run: The 3.1 mile run is a combination pavement and trails within Camp Edison with a few short steep hills.

10K Run/Walk
10K – Begins at 8:40am
Run: Two loops of the 5k course.

Sprint Triathlon– 400 yard swim | 11.4 mile bike | 3.1 mile run
Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:30am

Swim: Beginning in the water at Rockhaven Point inside Camp Edison, athletes will swim around buoys for 400 yards and exit the water near the entry point and proceed to the Transition Area. Wetsuits are allowed.
Bike: Bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (5.7 one way, 11.4 total). This is an out and back course with hills.
Run: The 3.1 mile run is a combination pavement and trails within Camp Edison with a few short steep hills.
Sprint Aquabike– 400 yard swim | 11.4 mile bike

Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:30am
Swim: Beginning in the water at Rockhaven Point inside Camp Edison, athletes will swim around buoys for 400 yards and exit the water near the entry point and proceed to the Transition Area. Wetsuits are allowed.
Bike: The bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (5.7 one way, 11.4 total). This is an out and back course with hills.

Sprint Duathlon– 3.1 mile run | 11.4 mile bike | 1.77 mile run
Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:30am
Run: The first 3.1 mile run is a combination of pavement and trails within Camp Edison with a few short steep hills.
Bike: The bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (5.7 one way, 11.4 total). This is an out and back course with hills.
Run: The second run is a shorter 1.77 mile loop.

Olympic Triathlon- 1600 yard swim | 23 mile bike | 6.2 mile run
Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:00am
Swim: Beginning in the water at Rockhaven Point inside Camp Edison, athletes will swim around buoys for 1600 yards and exit the water near the entry point and proceed to the Transition Area. Wetsuits are allowed.
Bike: The bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (11.5 one way, 23 total). This is an out and back course with hills.
Run: The 3.1 mile run is a combination of pavement and trails within Camp Edison with a few short steep hills. Two loops of the sprint course.

Olympic Aquabike– 1600 yard swim | 23 mile bike
Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:00am
Swim: Beginning in the water at Rockhaven Point inside Camp Edison, athletes will swim around buoys for 1600 yards and exit the water near the entry point and proceed to the Transition Area. Wetsuits are allowed.
Bike: The bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (11.5 one way, 23 total). This is an out and back course with hills.

Olympic Duathlon– 6.2 mile run | 23 mile bike | 3.1 mile run
Individual or Relay – Begins at 8:00am
Run: The first run is two 3.1 mile loops (6.2 total) on a combination of pavement and trails within Camp Edison with a few steep hills. Two loops of the sprint course.
Bike: The bike transition will be in the parking lot by rock haven Point. Riders will exit Camp Edison, turn left on to highway 168 and then turn turn left onto Dinky Creek Road then ride to the turnaround point and back to transition (11.5 one way, 23 total). This is an out and back course with hills.
Run: The second run repeats just one 3.1 mile loop.

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Schedule:

6:30am Race day Registration until 7:30
6:30am Transition Opens
7:50am National Anthem
8:00am Olympic Begins
8:30am Sprint Begins
8:40am 5k and 10k Run Begins

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