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Twenty-One years after the fact, our country still faces challenges similar to the threats to our country on that fateful day... Time To Make A Change!

About Our Event

We firmly believe in what those Stars and Stripes represent. We want to present an event that inspires people to get active in their community, be it with disabled veterans, our first responders, the homeless...whatever you can do to help to make a change. Scroll down for more race information.

Registration

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Just a reminder...all registrations must be completed online only, NO LATER THAN 5pm Friday 9/9.

Where Is Your Money Going?

All proceeds of this event will be donated to a veterans or first responders service organization.

It Is All About The Red, White and Blue

This is NOT about us. This is an opportunity for all of us to focus on what this country is all about. There is a Donate button on the registration page, and 100% of that money will go to a charity.

The Race

RACE INFORMATION

Date: September 11, 2022


Location: Lake Pflugerville, east of Pflugerville, Texas


Description: This is a triathlon event, offering sprint- and olympic-distance options for all levels of experience. You can compete individually in the 3-sport event, or for those who do not enjoy running, you can do the AquaBike, which is the swim first and finishing with the bike portion.


The event also offers opportunities for 2-person or 3-person relay teams to compete in the event as well.


If you have done the Lake Pflugerville Tri in the past, this event is on the same course. You can see those course maps by clicking MAPS here.


Packet Pick-Up Schedule

Very happy to have the Courtyard by Marriott Austin Pflugerville and Pflugerville Conference Center (16100 Impact Way, Pflugerville, TX 78660) as our packet pickup site for the 2022 America's Tri (if you are looking for hotel rooms for race weekend, call them!)
Pickup times are Friday, 9/9 4pm-8pm and Saturday, 9/10 9am-5pm.

Also, the Marriott Courtyard is offering a group discount for race weekend. You can click the image below to connect with the hotel.


(Note: You MUST bring Photo ID for all packets being picked up.)

There will be no race day packet pick-up, except for PRE-APPROVED out-of-town athletes that have talked to one of the race directors.


Race Day Schedule
5:00 AM Transition Area Open
7:00 AM Transition Area Closes
7:15 AM Pre Race Meeting
7:25 AM Race Start


Wave Schedule (Tentative) - Note: We are starting waves in a time trial format

Wave Start Description
WAVE01 7:25 Oly Open Competitive Male & Female
WAVE02 7:28 Oly Male Under 40 Age Groups
WAVE03 7:31 Oly Male AquaBike & Mil/FR
WAVE04 7:34 Oly Male Age Groups 40 and over
WAVE05 7:37 Oly Female All AG, AquaBike and Mil/FR
WAVE06 7:40 Para Athletes
WAVE07 7:45 Sprint Female Open Comp
WAVE08 7:48 Sprint Male Open Comp
WAVE09 7:51 Sprint Female AG under 40, AquaBike, Mil/FR
WAVE10 7:54 Sprint Female AG 40 and over
WAVE11 7:57 Sprint Male AG under 40, AquaBike, Mil/FR
WAVE12 8:00 Sprint Male 40 and over
WAVE13 8:03 Open (Non-Competitive)


Athlete Responsibility
Athletes, it is your responsibility to know the race course and rules. Volunteers and Race Officials are there to assist. Please see USAT's site regarding most common violated regulations, which WILL be enforced in our triathlon events as well.

Transition Area
NOTE: ONLY athletes are allowed in the transition area. The one exception to this is designated handler(s) for any paratriathlete participants. Athletes are not allowed back into transition until the all-clear is given, so as to not impede those still racing. Athletes may NOT remove their bikes and equipment prior to the last cyclist returning and transition has been re-opened. Any violation will result in a DQ.

Body Marking
As a COVID precaution, we will no longer be body marking athletes. Athletes may self-mark their race numbers if they choose to do so, but it is not required.

Athletes: Per race rules, you will NOT be allowed to take your bike out of the transition area until the last cyclist is off the bike course, and it has been announced that transition is open. Doing so will result in disqualification AND could result in suspension from participation. You MUST exit transition with your bike at the point designated by the race management team.

On-Course Nutrition
Water, ice and an electrolyte drink will be available to athletes during the run portion of the race at two, and dependent upon the weather possibly three, aid stations. Also dependent upon the weather, there may be an aid station on the bike course. Water, ice, bananas, oranges and chips will be available to athletes at the finish.

Spectators are encouraged to bring bottles of water, coolers, snacks, etc. to make your experience at the America's Tri more enjoyable.
Note: No canopies or umbrellas are allowed on the beach until all athletes have exited the swim area.

Please follow instructions given by the volunteers. There may be times where certain areas are off limits. For example, athletes will finish the race near the swim exit, so you will be asked to clear the area along the paved running trail once all athletes are out of the water.


A successful race depends on the efforts of many volunteers. If you aren't participating in our race, please consider volunteering.
Volunteer sign-up for the event will be handled through the race registration page.

If you have questions email us here.



We will need your help in a number of areas:

- Packet Pickup for each of the pre-race days, as well as onsite race morning for out-of-town athletes
- Saturday Set-up
- Athlete Check-in Sunday
- Transition Monitoring
- Run Course Aid Stations
- Bike Course Monitoring
- Finish Line and Food
- Post-Race Tear-Down Sunday

The Volunteer signup is on the race registration page, and the link is above. The link to Volunteer is on the left of the registration page.

Because it IS important

So many of us have lost family, friends, co-workers and neighbors as a result of their service and sacrifice for our country. This should never be forgotten; THEY should never be forgotten. At Christmas, when laying the wreaths upon the graves in any one of our national cemeteries, we are always told: "As you lay the wreath upon the ground, step back, bow your head, and speak their name. As long as their name is spoken aloud, they will never be forgotten."

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