If you are looking for a way to wrap up your summer workout, this could be the event for you!
This Saturday, August 17th, Concordia University Wisconsin in Mequon will hold their annual Shoreline Duathlon. Proceeds from the race will benefit the CUW Cross Country and Track & Field teams, as well as Racers Against Childhood Cancer.
For those not-in-the-know, a duathlon is a triathlon — but without the swim part. It’s a run-bike-run combination race, so, if you don’t enjoy getting wet, it’s the perfect race.
For Saturday’s race, participants will start off with a 2.5 mile run, then transition to a 22 mile bike ride and finish up with another 2.5 mile run.
The first 2.5 mile run is flat and relatively fast as participants wind through the Concordia University campus and part of the cross country course.
The bike loop starts at the CUW parking lot, takes the cyclists north on Lake Shore Road up to Port Washington then back south via County C, finishing back at the start. There are some rolling hills and in many places, beautiful views of sparkling Lake Michigan.
The second run is another 2.5 miles. This one runs along the Lake Michigan shoreline and includes the infamous Concordia University Bluff. Runners get the chance to to run down and then up the steep incline. Challenging? Yes — but incredibly rewarding and definitely unforgettable.
The CUW’s Shoreline Duathlon has grown in popularity every year. Feedback from past participants has been tremendously positive with huge kudos to top notch organization, fantastic amenities and scenic, well-thought out race courses. No doubt, this year’s race will be as well received.
There’s still time to register, either online or in-person on race day. Here are the details:
Age groups are: 12-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
And, awards will be given to the following:
- Overall winners
- Overall masters age 40+,
- Top 5 in each age group
- Top 3 in each relay category (relays are made up of one runner for both runs and one cyclist. Relay categories are male, female, and coed).
Fees for individual competitors:
- Before race day $55.00
- Race day $60.00
Fees for relay teams:
- Before race day $70.00
- Race day $85.00
For more information see the Duathlon page on the Concordia website
Image source: CU Wisconsin Facebook
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