The Tri-U-Mah! Indoor Triathlon will take place on Saturday, February 1, 2014. It consists of 30 minute swimming, biking, and running sections. Participants will have 30 minutes to complete each individual section.REGISTER HERE BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1
Introducing Tri-U-Mah Teams
Back by popular demand, Tri-U-Mah teams can consist of 2-3 members, and gender combination or age. Only one heat is dedicated to teams (11:00am), so make sure to sign up soon to secure a spot.
Tri-U-Mah teams are designed for recreational and training purposes. Awards are only given out for participants competing as individuals in a specific age group. To register as a team ($100 per team), please contact Aaron Tripp, Race Director, at email@example.com@umn.edu
What is the fee?
|Teams||$100 per team|
*2014 registration opens on Friday, November 1st. Registration is non-refundable. Tax and online processing fee not included.
Where does the event take place?
The 2014 Tri-U-Mah! Indoor Triathlon will take place in the University Aquatic Center (Dorothy L. Shepard Natatorium) and the University Recreation Center. These facilities are connected, so participants will cross into the University Recreation Center to reach the next section of the triathlon. For directions and parking information, visit the Aquatic Events page.Aquatic Events
What type of equipment is provided?
Participants are required to provide their own equipment such as swim suits, caps, and biking and running shoes. Refreshments and towels will be provided.
- The University Aquatic Center will be set up with 25 yard lanes.
- Precor stationary bikes will be used that are outfitted with SPD pedals and cages.
- Woodway treadmills will be used for the run section.
How are heats scheduled?
Heats will consist of 20 participants. Each heat will have 10 minutes of transition time from the swim/bike sections and 5 minutes of transition time from the bike/run sections.
How are champions determined?
Since the amount of time spent on each section is identical for each participant (30 minutes per section), champions are determined by total distance traveled. Volunteers will record the total laps (swimming) and miles (biking and running) completed during the event. The total distance traveled will determine the champions for each age group. In addition to individual age group champions, there will be an overall male and female Tri-U-Mah! champion.To see previous champions, view the Results section below.
Tri-U-Mah teams are designed for recreational and training purposes. Awards are only given out for participants competing as individuals in a specific age group.
How are age groups divided?
Age groups are listed below. Each age group is divided into male and female sections. Prizes are awarded for overall and category winners based distance traveled. To see previous champions, view the Results section below.
Select a year to browse all past Tri-U-Mah! results. Please verify that you have been placed in the right age category and that your name is spelled correctly. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Aaron Tripp, Race Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org@umn.edu