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Desert Classic Duathon ~ Results

Race Details
 
Events:

Desert Classic Road Duathlon

: Run 3.6 Miles, Bike 30 Miles, Run 3.75 Miles

Desert Classic Off Road Duathlon

Off Road
: Run 3.6 Miles, Bike 19 Miles, Run 3.75 Miles
Race Date: Saturday, March 10, 2012
Start Time: 8:00 AM
Entry Fee: 75
Location: McDowell Mountain Regional Park
Address: 16300 N McDowell Mountain Park Dr
City/State/Zip: Fountain Hills, Arizona 85264
Country: USA
USAT: Sanct/Certif. RD
Registration: http://www.trifind.com/Races/R...
Race Website: www.dcbadventures.com
Description: DCB Extreme Adventures, Inc. is honored to announce the 15th annual TriSports.com Desert Classic Duathlon! McDowell Mountain Regional Park will once again play host to this prestigious event that has attracted professional athletes such as Ironman 70.3 world champions Samantha McGlone & Joanna Zeiger, Olympic Triathlon Gold Medalist Simon Whitfield, Olympic Cycling Gold Medalist Kristin Armstrong & Xterra world champion Michael Tobin.

The venue, transition and parking will all be located at the competitive track parking lot at McDowell Mountain Regional Park.

Schedule of Events

Friday, March 09, 2012

4:00 - 8:00pm

TriSports.com Registration and Packet Pick-up (LOCATION TBD)


Saturday, March 10, 2012

5:30 - 7:00am

Late Registration and Packet Pick-up (At the venue)

5:30am

Transition Area opens/Body marking begins

7:45am

Transition closes

8:00am

Professional Wave Start

8:05am

Age Group Wave Start

POST EVENT

Awards Ceremony

Results will be posted at the event as well as on http://www.dcbadventures.com/

Photos will be available at http://www.zazoosh.com/

Event Sanctioning Body

We are proud to be sanctioned by USA Triathlon (USAT), the governing body of Triathlons and multisport in North America. One of the many roles played by USAT is that of insurance provider for this race. As such USAT requires that every participant be either (1) an annual member and provide proof of membership at packet pick up, or (2) purchase a one day membership for $10. Please visit www.usatriathlon.org for more information.

DCB Extreme Adventures, Inc.’s David Benjes is a certified Race Director with USAT and has been promoting triathlons for 12 years.

Course Info:

Road Duathlon

Off-Road Duathlon

Junior Development
(13-15
& 16-19)

3.65 mile Run

3.65 mile Run

3.65 mile Run

30 mile Road Bike

19 mile Mountain Bike

13 mile Road Bike

3.75 mile Run

3.75 mile Run

3.75 mile Run

FIRST RUN LEG - 3.6 Miles

The start will be on-road and transition to the trail. This fast, fun and scenic course will have you wishing for more.

ROAD BIKE - 30 Miles

This is the same course used in the past, where you head out the park, only this time head towards Fountain Hills, turn around and head north to the same u-turn before Rio Verde, then back to the park and loop the roads in the park then home to transition. It’s rolly, and a great opportunity for the cyclist to put some distance on the runners. Junior racers will do the 13 mile in-park road loop only.

MOUNTAIN BIKE - 19 Miles

For the OFF-ROAD Duathletes, this course is a treat. McDowell Mountain Regional Park is a mecca for mountain bikers. Over 60% of the visitors to this park are mountain biking the trails within the park.  The course we'll be using will use some of the trails/access roads at the competiton track as well as several miles of the Pemberton trail. The return trip is on the road so you can taunt the road duathletes!

SECOND RUN LEG - 3.75 Miles

After tearing up the bike, the final run leg will be almost all trails. This course will leave an impression, guaranteed! It's shorter than last year, but hilly, so I think you'll be happy.

Directions:

Directions and Parking

Follow the map directions at the top of the event page. There is plenty of parking at the venue with convenient overflow parking. We recommend planning your day so you get to the venue an hour before the event, and plan on staying to enjoy the music, food and awards/raffle.

Participants are responsible for obtaining their own parking pass at the gate ($6/car).

2012 Results:
  • 2012 Results at: active.com
  • Previous Results:
  • 2011 Results at: active.com
  • 2010 Results at: active.com
  • 2009 Results at: ceptiming.com
  • 2008 Results at: ceptiming.com 
  • 2007 Results at: ceptiming.com or archive.org - (.pdf file)
  • 2006 Results at: ceptiming.com or archive.org - (.pdf file)
  • 2005 Results at: archive.org - (.pdf file
  • 2004 Results at: ceptiming.com or archive.org - (.pdf file)  
  • 2003 Results at: archive.org - (.pdf file)
  • 2002 Results at: archive.org - (.pdf file)
  • 2001 Results at: archive.org - (.pdf file)
  • 2000 Results at TriFind.com: Male / Female / Relay 

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