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Swim Courses: (Youth 75yds, Sprint 0.25 mi, Olympic 0.93 mi)


Swim competitions will be held on Budd or Hall Lakes, depending on wind conditions. Average temperature in Budd Lake for June 9 is approximately 71 degrees. The Sprint (0.25mi) and Olympic (0.93mi) swim portions of the events will share a straight line out-and-back course with buoys indicating the turn around points. The short course will have colored noodles marking the whole route. The Mini swim portion will be held in Budd Lake along the shallow edge near the beach house.  



Bike courses: (Youth 3.1 mi, Sprint 12.4 mi, Olympic 24.8 mi, Duathlon 12 mi)


The bike route goes east out of the park on Lair Road, exiting onto Albion Avenue going south where it eventually turns into CR41.  Riders will continue going south until the Sprint event participants reach the turnaround.  At the turnaround, Sprint participants will return to the transition are along the same route. Olympic participants will continue south to the junction of CR41 and CR8, where they will go west to a turnaround. After turning around, Olympic riders will go east for approximately 1 mile to the junction of CR8 and CR10.  They will turn north and go 1 mile to a very small village called Wilbert, heading back east on CR10 for 11.5 miles to the junction of CR10 and CR37.   Going north for 3 miles to CR118, turn east and go 1 mile to CR39. On CR39 they will proceed north for 1 mile, then turning east on CR20. Once on CR20, riders will go east to CR41 where they will turn north and head back to the transition area via Lair Road.  

Downloadable Bike Map



Run Courses: (Youth 0.5 mi, Sprint 3.1 mi, Olympic 6.2 mi, Duathlon 2mi and 3mi)


The run route goes east on Lair Road turning south on a bike trail to Bellvue Road. East to Prairie Ave, north to Cardinal Street around and through the Fairmont High School parking lot Johnson Street.  Then going west to Prairie Ave and North to the Aquatic Park where you will follow a bike trail back to Lair Road, heading west to the finish (for Sprint participants) and the turn around (for Olympic participants). The Olympic participants will follow the same route for a second lap before heading to the finish.  


Downloadable Run Map


Downloadable Transition Area Map




GOMSRUD PARK

Fairmont, MN

Saturday

June 10, 2017

COURSE INFORMATION