SPRINT, OLYMPIC, DUATHLON & AQUABIKE DISTANCES
JUNE 4th, 2022
Colorado Sprint Triathlon: 750 meter swim, rolling and fast 17 mile bike, and finishes with a 3.1 mile run
Colorado Olympic Triathlon: 1500m swim, 23.5 mile bike, and a 10k run
Colorado Olympic Duathlon: 5k run, 23.5 mile bike, and a 10k run
Colorado Aquabike: Will feature a 1500 meter swim and a 24.8m bike
Please see course maps for a description and map of each discipline
This event is limited to 700 competitors; please register early to take advantage of the discounted pricing as we've sold out in 2010-2019
INDIVIDUAL ENTRY FEES
Sprint Triathlon Individual: $90 until 1/1, $95 until 4/1, $100 until 5/29 at midnight
Olympic Triathlon Individual: $110 until 1/1, $120 until 4/1, $130 until 5/29 at midnight
Olympic Duathlon Individual: $110 until 1/1, $120 until 4/1, $130 until 5/29 at midnight
Aquabike (Olympic Bike Course): $90 until 1/1, $95 until 4/11, $105 until 5/29 at midnight
RELAY ENTRY FEES
Sprint Relays: $115 until March 1st, $125 after March 1st
Olympic Relays: $130 until March 1st, $145 after March 1st
Duathlon Relays: $130 until March 1st, $145 after March 1st
Aquabike Relays: $115 until March 1st, $125 after March 1st
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE COLORADO TRIATHLON, DUATHLON, & AQUABIKE
Colorado Triathlon or Duathlon Series Package - Includes Colorado Series Backpack
Package includes the Colorado Sprint, Boulder Peak, and Harvest Moon Long Course Triathlon
$335 until 1/1 , $355 until 4/1, $375 until 5/29 at Midnight
[Note: Triathlon package offer expires after the Colorado Triathlon]
Colorado Aquabike Series Package - $315 until 1/1, $335 until 4/1, $375 until 5/29 at midnight
FIRST TIMERS SWIM WAVE
The first timers swim wave will go last in the sprint distance. This wave will be capped at 50 athletes each to maintain a small & friendly 1st race experience.
Please note: athletes in this wave will not be eligible for age-group awards. When you register simply check off first timer division instead of age-group division to enter this wave. Also note that this wave is for athletes competing in their first ever triathlon or brand new to the sport.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Race Day Schedule Saturday June 4th - Race Day!
5:45am-7:00am - Athlete check-in
7:00am - Transition Area Closes - No exceptions!
7:15am - Triathlon Start - First Wave goes off
Subsequent waves will start every 5min
9:00am - Swim cut off
8:30 am- Post-race snacks, massage, music & expo
9:45am - Awards Ceremony
10:45am - Bike course cut off
SPECTATOR NOTE: Boulder Reservoir does not allow dogs May - 15 - Labor day, no glass, and everyone after 7am will pay the reservoir entrance fee. For a more detailed description of the Boulder Reservoir Rules & Regulations please - CLICK HERE!
PACKET PICK-UP INFORMATION
1) Boulder Packet Pick-Up at Colorado Multisport - Thursday - 5:00pm-7:00pm
At 6:00pm we'll have a special clinic about race execution by EK Coaching!
(NEW LOCATION) at 2355 30th St, Boulder, CO 80301
2) Westminster at Play Tri - Friday - 5:00pm-7:00pm
(Centrally located just off I-25) 13640 Orchard Pkwy Suite 100, Westminster, CO 80023
Please note: You can come to either packet pick-up and do not need to let us know which pre-race packet pick-up you're attending. If you did not sign-up for the $5 race day pick-up and can not make the pre-race packet pick-ups, just send an e-mail to Lance@withoutlimits.com letting us know you'd like to pick-up race morning, bring $5 cash with you, and plan on arriving 10min earlier than normal.
Race Day Pick-Up: When you register you'll be given the option to pick-up your packet race morning for $5. Why the fee? While we don't want to charge any extra, it serves more as a deterrent so we don't have a 550 person line race morning. This packet pickup "convenience" fee is used to cover the cost in staffing the additional trained personnel needed to facilitate this extra special service. Adding it to online registration also allows us to know what kind of numbers to expect race morning. We love having athletes from Colorado Springs, the mountains, and Wyoming, and hate making you take a special trip on Fri/Sat. The gas alone is probably $5.
USA TRIATHLON ANNUAL MEMBERS: If you're an annual USA TRIATHLON Member you must bring your valid USA Triathlon card and a valid photo ID with you to packet pick up!
NON-USA TRIATHLON MEMBERS: If you're not a USA TRIATHLON Member, then you already purchased the 1-day ($15) license when you registered and you're all set. If you did a print and mail registration and forgot the $12, we have it in our records and you'll be able to pay the fee at packet pick-up. Please remember a valid photo ID. As per USA TRIATHLON rules, you must pick up your packet as we're not allowed to release it to friends, husbands, wives, or relatives.
ENTRY FEE POLICIES, REFUNDS & CHANGING EVENTS
REFUNDS: There are no refunds of entry fees should the event be cancelled. A reason for cancellation includes, but is not limited to; weather related emergency, a late breaking change in the state re-opening guidelines pertaining to COVID-19, or new restrictions imposed by the county health department.
We will permit a switch to another non-closed Without Limits Triathlon race in the same calendar year as long as we receive at Without Limits Productions at least 30 days prior to the race you enrolled in. No switches inside 30 days. Written means via e-mail. We will no longer accept switches out of races from one year to the following year.
Up to the Monday of race week, you may switch from division to division, Age Group to Elite or vise-versa...and an individual may also switch to a Relay Team. By that Wednesday, we will need your written request for any changes (e-mailed). If a change to Relay Team, we will need the completed entry forms of your Team members also by that Monday. After Monday - NO DIVISION SWITCHES!
SWITCHING TO ANOTHER ATHLETE
Another person may take your race slot and you can make this change on your TriReg account. There is a $10 processing fee for athlete changes. Athlete changes will be permitted up until the Monday of race week.
We reserve the right to make course changes up until race morning to improve the athlete experience or for the safety of the athletes competing.