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April 17th, 2011
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1st Tri Endeavor
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6 Welcome Letter 8 Event Schedule 8 Wave Starts 8 Transition Info & Bike Check In 10 Driving Directions & Parking 10 Spectator Info 12 Calendar of Events 14 USAT Rules Weather Contingency Plan 16 My First Tri In the event of foul weather, the start time of this event may be delayed by 18 General Advice up to 1 hour. Should the weather conditions be unsafe for the swim, this event 20 Equipment Check will be changed to a duathlon with distances of a 1 mile run, 11.1 mile bike, and 20 Free Workouts a 2 mile run. The duathlon will use the same wave starts as the triathlon. If the 22 Course Maps weather makes it too dangerous for cycling, the event will become a 2 mile run. 23 Aid Station Info
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Welcome to the 2011 Rookie Triathlon, the kickoff event for the 2011 Texas Tri Series! We’ve made some exciting changes to the event this year. First, The Rookie has a new home just outside Austin at Walter E. Long park. The new venue has lots of parking on site, and has given us extra room for our second change: The addition of separate categories for true Rookies and triathlon Veterans. The beginners have a friendly group to share their first timer experience while the vets can light it up with some speed on a short course. At the end of the tri, we all party together. Last, we a thrilled to have Austin Fit Magazine join us as a presenting partner and help us lead more folks down a path towards a healthy lifestyle. The motto for The Rookie is “The first tri of the season, or the first tri of your life”. To the Veterans: we hope the revamped Rookie helps keep the flame of health and fitness burning strong inside you. To the Rookies: All of us had to take that first step somewhere. Couch potatoes who would become professional triathletes have toed the line for their first triathlon at The Rookie. This Sunday it will be your turn. Who knowns where the journey will end? Congratulations on taking that first step, and we hope you have an amazing experience! Dan Carroll & Jack Murray
Race Directors The Rookie Triathlon
Welcome to The Rookie Tri
Race Director a.k.a Digits
Tim Stansbury Laurie Allen Nick Seidel
The Big Mouth
Jack Murray Stacy Keese Drew Wolff
Bike Course Grease Monkey Finish Line Cheerleader Transition Area Boomhauer
Asst. Race Director a.k.a. The Godfather She makes us look good Bike Course Mastermind
Doug Gillenwater James Thomas
Mr. USAT license
Site Manager & Chief of Security
Greatest Volunteer on the Planet
Christine Graves Brad Miller
Event Ranch Hand Registration Diva
Expo & Event Production Potpourri
Chief Bike Mechanic
Carroll Cooper Jen Nieman
She’s got the 411
Run Course & Sergeant at Arms
Run Course & Spiritual Advisor
Anyone want to volunteer?
Eddie Martinez & Thomas Miller
Kathy Murray & Cindy Keese
Coffee & Staff Wellness
For more info, please visit: www.TheRookieTri.com Comments & suggestions: info@HighFiveEvents.com
Medical Chief of Staff
Jack & Adam’s Bicycles Staff
The Blue Crew
Team Jack & Adam’s
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C L IFB AR.C O M
Sunday, April 17th 5:45 AM Parking Area Opens (the gates will be closed before this time) 6:00 AM Transition Area Opens Out of town Packet Pickup Opens 7:15-7:30 AM Yoga Warm Up (optional) with XT Yoga 7:30 AM Transition Area Closes Swim Warm Up Begins 7:40 AM Mandatory Pre Race Meeting at Swim Start 8:00 AM Race Start 9:00 AM Finish Line Carnival Begins 11:00 AM Awards Ceremony (tentative)
Please wear the swim cap provided in your race packet.
Bike Check In / Check Out
Bike Check In will only occur on the morning of the event. To enter the transition area each athlete must have (1) their race number affixed to their bike and helmet; (2) their athlete wristband on their wrist; (3) and they must be body marked. Body Marking will take place at the swim entrance to transition.
Transition Area Information
It is a goal for each event that we leave the venue in a better condition than when we arrived. We recycle 90% of our waste, use “green” toilets, & this year our custom souvenir water bottles are biodegradable.
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Transition racks will be ordered by swim wave. Participants may rack anywhere on the racks assigned to their wave. Bikes will not be allowed out of Transition until the final cyclist has completed the bike course. It is expected that this will be around 10 AM. Participants will be allowed back into Transition after they finish, but bikes may not be removed from the racks. Please be courteous to your fellow participants while in transition during the race.
Parking is available at Walter E. Long Park for everyone arriving before 7:30 AM. Decker Lake Rd will close at 7:30 AM and there is no parking available onsite for any vehicles arriving after 7:30 AM. There is first come first serve parking along Blue Bluff Rd. south of the park if you arrive late. Spots are very limited.
VENUE INFO & PARKING
Before 7:30 AM:
- From FM 3177, head east on Decker Lake Rd. Veer left onto Hog Eye Rd. and left into the park. - From FM 969, head north on Blue Bluff Rd. Turn left onto JM Holloway Ln.
After 7:30 AM:
- All traffic must enter the park from the south on JM Holloway Ln. Take FM 969 and head north onto Blue Bluff Rd., and then left on JM Holloway Ln.
Decker Lake Rd. and Hog Eye Rd. will be closed from 7:30 AM to 1 PM
Spectators are welcome to roam the site and cheer on their friends and family members. There are very few places that spectators will not be allowed. Please do not challenge volunteers or jump fences. The volunteers are there to help ensure the safety of the athletes. Spectators are not allowed into the transition area. Spectators are welcome to help themselves to water and PureSport from any of the coolers. Some of our partners will also be giving away free samples. Official race food and drink is for the athletes and volunteers only.
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Jason Chan Fundraiser
I a M T Ea M L I V ES T RONG . TH I s I s M Y F In I sH L In E.
My wife lost her father to cancer and that experience showed us how devastating cancer could be. Being part of Team LIVESTRONG gives me a great sense of accomplishment, and teaches my children to work hard and never give up. What‘s your finish line?
JoIn us aT TeamLIVESTRONG.org.
300 m Swim
W men’s Tri
11 mile Bike
Skeese Greets Women’s Tri, May 8th
2 mile Run
May 8th, 2011
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a true newbie, the Skeese Greets Womens Triathlon is for you. Come along and experience a supportive and friendly environment for beginners and advanced triathletes alike. Benefiting Go Red For Women. Amenities include: personalized race bibs, custom finisher necklace, post-race lunch (including beer & ice cream!), performance shirts sized for women (tech tees), professional timing, post-race giveaways, reusable tote, custom water bottle, free post-race massage, custom swim cap, and more. www.SkeeseGreetsTri.com
New Braunfels, TX
Couples Tri, July 10th
This triathlon is one of the most unique of the season and it's definitely one you will not want to miss. In the Couples Tri, each competitor races individually, but their scores are combined with a chosen partner. Don't be misled by the title of the event; “couples” can be friends, family members or even complete strangers - not just a significant other. You can even race individually if you want! Just like the Rookie Tri, Couples is held in Walter T. Long park. Participants will finish an 800 meter swim in Decker lake, an 11.1 mile bike around the lake that is completely closed to traffic, and an awesome run held entirely within the park. This sprint-distance triathlon is also a perfect goal to build your endurance after the Rookie Tri! www.CouplesTri.com
Jack’s Generic Tri, July 31st
Do you want to recapture that simple, thrilling feeling brought on by participating in a great triathlon? Then Jack's Generic Tri is for you. Inspired by a time when triathlons were not planned around sponsorship, location or prestige but the joy of racing that you, the everyday triathlete, feel when participating in a safe, well-organized and, most of all, fun event. Benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank. The 500 meter swim, 11.8 mile bike and 3 mile run, is held at the Texas Ski Ranch in New Braunfels, Texas. As with all of our events, all participants are invited to celebrate in style with a fabulous after-party! www.JacksGenericTri.com
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The Austin Triathlon, Sept 5th
If you are looking for an exciting way to end your summer, than look no further than the AVIA Austin Triathlon. Swim in Lady Bird Lake with thousands of people cheering you on, bike on the most historic street in Texas, Congress Ave, with views of the state capitol, and run through Austin’s most beloved parks. The Austin Tri has an Olympic distance event with a $5000 prize purse, and a Sprint distance that ideal for beginners. Live music on the course and at the finish line add to the fantastic party with great food, ice cream, and beer. Race amenities include a tech tee, tech hat, water bottle, and a custom finisher medal. Come join one of America’s most active cities in an event you’ll never forget. www.TheAustinTri.com
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Kerrville Triathlon Festival, Oct 1 - 2
The city of Kerrville has long been home to great Texas music, cowboys and ranching, beautiful river parks, and Texas’s best bike riding. Now it is also home to it’s newest triathlon. The Kerrville Triathlon festival features 3 events over 2 days, including a Sprint, Quarter, and Half distance triathlons. Each course features a swim in the scenic Guadalupe river, a looped bike course through downtown Kerrville and the surrounding Texas Hill Country, and a circuit run course with a finish on “the Star” in the heart of downtown. Come spend a beautiful autumn weekend and be part an event that is sure to be an instant classic. Race amenities include a long sleeve tech tee, tech hat, water bottle, and a custom finisher medal, plus great post race carnival. www.KerrvilleTri.com
Pure Austin Splash & Dash Series
This 6 event swim-run series held April through September at Pure Austin Quarry Lake is the ultimate mid week workout. Held once a month on Tuesday nights (4/12, 5/17, 6/21, 7/19, 8/16, 9/20), the event is a 750 meter open water swim followed by a 3 Km run. A no hassle race for $10 and dinner is included! Don’t wait to sign up. Every Splash-n-Dash for the last 3 years has sold out in advance. www.Splash-n-DashSeries.com
For a complete list of USAT rules, please refer to the most up to date version at: usatriathlon.org/events/rules.aspx
1. Helmets: Only helmets approved by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) may be used in USAT sanctioned events. Helmets must be worn at all times while on your bike. This means before, during, and after the event. Penalty: Disqualification 2. Chin Straps: Chin straps must be buckled at all times when on a bicycle. DO NOT unbuckle your chin strap unless you are off your bicycle. Penalty: Disqualification on the course; Variable time penalty in transition area only. 3. Outside Assistance: No assistance other than that offered by race and medical officials may be used. Triathlons and duathlons are individual tests of fitness. Penalty: Variable time penalty 4. Transition Area: All equipment must be placed in the properly designated and individually assigned bike corral. The wheel of the bicycle must be down on the side of the assigned space. All participants must return their bicycles to an upright position in their designated bicycle corral. No person shall interfere with another participant’s equipment or impede the progress of another participant. All bar ends must be solidly plugged. No participant shall bring ANY glass containers into the transition area. Penalty: Variable time penalty 5. Drafting: Drafting--keep at least three bike lengths of clear space between you and the cyclist in front. If you move into the zone, you must pass within 15 seconds. Position--keep to the right hand side of the lane of travel unless passing. Blocking--riding on the left side of the lane without passing anyone and interfering with other cyclists attempting to pass. Overtaken--once passed, you must immediately exit the draft zone from the rear, before attempting to pass again. Penalty: Variable time penalty 6. Course: All competitors are required to follow the prescribed course and to stay within all coned lanes. Cutting the course is an obvious violation and going outside the course is a safety issue. Cyclists shall not cross a solid yellow center line for ANY reason. Cyclists must obey all applicable traffic laws at all times. Penalty: Referee's discretion 7. Unsportsmanlike-Like Conduct: Foul, harsh, argumentative or abusive language or other unsportsmanlike conduct directed at race officials, USA Triathlon officials, volunteers, spectators or fellow athletes is forbidden. Penalty: Disqualification 8. Headphones: Headphones, headsets, walkmans, iPods, mp3 players, or personal audio devices, etc. are not to be carried or worn at any time during the race. Penalty: Variable time penalty 9. Abandonment: All personal equipment and belongings taken out onto the course must stay on the athlete the entire time. No garbage, clothing, etc. shall be thrown on the course. Penalty: Variable time penalty Continued on next page...
COMMONLY VIOLATED RULES & PENALTIES
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10. Race numbers: All athletes are required to wear race numbers at all times during the run. Numbers must face the front and be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing. Penalty: Variable time penalty for missing or altered number. Disqualification and one year suspension from membership in USAT for transferring a number without race director permission.
11. Wetsuits: Each age group participant shall be permitted to wear a wetsuit without penalty in any event sanctioned by USA Triathlon up to and including a water temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. When the water temperature is greater than 78 degrees but less than 84 degrees Fahrenheit, age group participants may wear a wetsuit at their own discretion, provided, however that participants who wears a wetsuit within such temperature range shall not be eligible for prizes or awards. Above 84 degrees, wetsuits are prohibited.
COMMONLY VIOLATED RULES & PENALTIES
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My First Tri
by Jack Murray, Owner of Jack & Adam’s Bicycles Almost every day customers visit our shop seeking advice on participating in their first triathlon. When I have the opportunity to help someone in this situation, I share with them the story of my first tri in hopes of helping them feel more comfortable about their endeavor. It was the summer of 1994. The event was the Victoria Splash & Dash in Victoria, Texas. I had trained for a few weeks and was sure I was in peak condition for an easy victory. I was, after all, fresh off a 1600 meter run victory and bronze in the 3200 at the Texas State Championship Relays. How hard could a little tri be? I thought I knew all there was to know about swimming, biking, and running. Turns out - I knew nothing! The morning started with me loading my bike into the trunk of my mom's car and driving with her and my sister to the event one hour away. I arrived around 6 AM for an 8 AM start. This was before on-line registration, so I registered for the event that morning and picked up my packet. As people started to arrive, I noticed the differences between my rusty old mountain bike and some of their $2000 race machines. My confidence, however, was not crushed; I was still sure I could win. After racking my bike, I headed over to the pool area where everyone was warming up. As I got closer, I noticed everyone was wearing tight swimsuits and goggles. I was sure, however, that my baggy Umbro "soccer shorts" and lack of goggles was the best way to go. My plan was simple - go as fast as I could for as long as I could. They were letting swimmers go every 5 seconds and we had to snake up and down the pool for a total of 300 meters. I patiently waited in line until 5,4,3,2,1 go, I was off. I swam as fast as I could to the other side and then back again. 50 meters down 250 to go. By 150 my arms started to hurt and my eyes were stinging from the chlorine. By 200 I was kicking off the bottom every few strokes and swimming with my eyes closed, by 250 I was just trying to get out of the water alive, and without my shorts falling off. After the swim, I was sure I was still in good position to hold my own on the bike. I grab my bike out of transition and head out on to the 12 mile course. As I start to ride I realize I am not catching anyone. The rusty, old mountain bike that I borrowed from my high school track coach was not the stallion I thought it was. Riding around the block a few times for training was probably not the riding that all these people were doing. The fact that my bike could not shift was more trouble than I thought it would be. And looking back, my saddle was also about 5 to 7 inches to low. Towards the end of the 16 | The Rookie Tri
ride I was being passed by a 10 year old girl and her mom; it was then that I started to feel my big victory slipping away. Still I was determined to blaze through transition and light up the run. Transition to the run was probably my most memorable moment. As I speed to the transition area, volunteers are yelling at me to dismount my bike. As I go to lift my feet off the pedals, I forget that they are hooked in by cages. The combination of speed and my feet getting caught was enough to send me crashing like a bowling ball into a bike rack with about 6 bikes on it. The volunteers quickly help me up and as I throw my bike in the grass next to a picnic table (the rack was down), I remember thinking how much fun I was having. The whole day was something I had never experienced before. It took about a mile into the run before I got my legs out of bike riding mode. I had no idea how riding a bike would effect legs on the run. As I rounded the final stretch I saw all these happy people cheering for me, eating, drinking, and just having a good time. I talked to people for about an hour. I met a guy my age that had been doing triathlons for years. I met some members of the Corpus Christi tri club and was invited to their next meeting. I signed up for their monthly newsletter. In short - I was hooked. It was nothing I thought it would be. It was fun and I discovered a whole different type of people that did not exist in my 5000 person hometown. Through the years of collegiate running, duathlons, sprint tri's, half Ironman events, Ironman events, and working in the shop, my first tri memory will forever help me keep our sport in perspective. It is not about where you finish, what type of bike you have, what you do for a living, where you are from or where you are going. It is about having fun and that is it. You can have many goals in our sport without forgetting this key element. I am constantly reminded of this by some of the greatest in the sport like Michael Lovato and James Bonney. If you ask either of them why they have dedicated and built their lives around this sport, they will tell you the same.
MY FIRST TRI
Here is a logical progression that you may want to go through when you get to the race site:
1. Arrive Early! A half hour won't be enough
time to get everything done. Give yourself an hour, even more if you can, so that you won't be rushed.
Now that your bike is racked and you have your stuff from registration, andif you arrived early enough, you should have plenty of time to get ready to race. Here’s what to do next:
2. If you did not pick up your packet beforehand, make sure you leave registration with: Race Number and pins, Swim Cap provided by race, bike frame number, and helmet number.
1. First off, you need to do something with
3. You will need to get Body Marked. Make
sure you pick up your Timing Chip and Velcro strap that gets worn around the ankle. You may choose to pick up your timing chip after you have racked your bike.
that race number. You have to finish the race with the number on the front of your body, so you can either use the pins you were given to pin it to the shirt you’ll wear during the race, or you can use a number belt if you have one. The number must be worn during the run.
2. Next, organize your gear next to your
4. After body marking take your bike and
gear with you to the transition area (the big fenced in area with the bike racks) and claim a spot of real estate for yourself. There's nothing worse than arriving with plenty of time to spare, but forgetting to rack your bike FIRST, and then ending up with little or no room to lay out your gear. You can 'rack' your bike by either hooking the seat over the top rail of the bike rack or by hooking the handlebars/brake levers over the top rail. The choice is yours whichever works better for you. Take a look around to see what others are doing, and then follow suit. Once your bike is racked, you can drop your gear next to it - there should be time to lay it out neatly later. You can pump your tires up beforehand, or in the transition area - the choice is up to you. Please be considerate towards your fellow participants and do not hog space in the transition area. There should be enough room for at least 6 bicycles on each rack.
bike. It’s a good idea to have a towel on the ground to lie out your stuff. Make sure you have your bike shoes and running shoes laid out in the open with the laces open so they are easy to get into. Have your helmet either on the ground near your shoes or on your handlebars, with the strap undone so it’s easy to put on. A good idea is to have your helmet sitting upside-down with your sunglasses in the helmet. That way, you put on your sunglasses and then follow that with the helmet and it’s hard to forget either. Next to or underneath your running shoes you may want to place a hat for the run because the sun can get pretty hot by the end of the race. Make sure you have your water bottle(s) filled before the race as well. 3. You should be pretty organized by now so you can use any spare time to familiarize yourself with the flow of traffic once the race starts. Figure out where the swim finishes and where you’ll have to run to get your bike. Locate a fixed landmark (garbage cans may get moved) or count the number of bike racks to your bike, so that you don’t get lost looking for your bike. It’s like looking for a needle in a haystack if you don’t have some idea where to start. Continued on next page...
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4. After the swim, you will enter the transition at one end and leave at the other. When you return you reverse things. That is, the bike starts and finishes at the same side of the transition area, and the run goes out where the swim came in. 5. It's also a good idea to do a walk or warm-up run of the start of the run course and finish. That way you won't get lost starting the run and you'll have some good landmarks as you near the finish line. It's always nice to know when you are nearing the finish line, so if you have some visual cues you'll be more comfortable. 6. The best advice for any new triathlete is to get to the swim start early and do a good warm-up in the water. The swim is often the most daunting part of a triathlon and open water swimming is different than pool swimming. When you can't see the bottom and there are no lane ropes people often freak out a bit and then they have trouble swimming. Factor in any trouble navigating and you've got a long swim on your hands. Take some time to get comfortable in the water and with the fact that you can't see as well. Practice sighting the buoys so that you won't get lost. The more time you spend getting comfortable, the less time you'll spend panicking. If you are a weak swimmer or a beginner, please stay to the back of the pack. This not only keeps you from getting clobbered, but it also helps those stronger swimmers get out of your way faster. One more point about the swim. You may see people at the race with wetsuits. You don't need to have a wetsuit to race, so don't worry if you don’t have one. We will take the water temperature on race morning and let you know if wetsuits are legal. Check the USAT rule in this guide for more info.
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Have a system that you can use at all races. It is recommended that you start with the equipment that you will use first in the race and work through to the equipment that you will use last.
1. Check your goggles, check that the strap
and nose bridge are not going to break on the start line or during the swim, check that the seals have not perished. If the lens is scratched consider a new pair for racing and keep the old pair for the pool.
2. Check your wetsuit for potential tears, check
the seams are not frayed and likely to split, if so get it fixed in enough time. Also look for holes and cuts, these can be glued and stitched to prevent water entering the suit and to make the suit streamlined.
3. Check Your Bike. There is a lot to check
here so if you don't know what to do, get down to your local bike store (and try to learn). Nothing is worse than athletes arriving at the pre race inspection needing a new frame or another wheel for safety.
4. Check your helmet, the plastic shell needs
to be firmly affixed to the foam and the strap should not be frayed and needs to fit firmly. Check that there are no cracks or dents as these will likely not pass in a pre race check.
5. Check your running shoes. Look to see that
they are not worn out of alignment or that the midsole is crushed. Also check that the elastic laces or the laces and toggles are working well. Check that they are washed clean and dry.
Free Workouts @ Jack & Adam’s Bicycles
Keep going with your fitness goals! Join Jack & Adam’s Bicycles for free workouts all year long! Check out the schedule: MON @ 5:30 PM: CORE/CALISTHENICS ~1 hr @ J&A’s TUE @ 5:20 PM: Run Group - Coach Mixon Henry leads. All levels training for all distances welcome. Starting @ J&A’s WED @ 5:30 PM: CORE/CALISTHENICS ~1 hr @ J&A’s SUN @ 8:30 AM: SHOP Ride - Followed by tacos ~ 30-50 mile group @ 17 to 20 mph. PLUS a 20 mile no drop ride. Mostly flat with some rolling hills and regrouping points. No drop 20 mile ride pace depends on the group. We wait for the final rider.
www.JackAndAdams.com for more info.
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RIDE THE FIRST 70
JUNE 4th 2011
* There are 70, 50, and 25 mile route options.
Rookie Triathlon Swim Course
Distance: 300 meters
Rookie Triathlon Run Course
Distance: 2 miles Terrain: Mostly off road, on grass
Transition Area Run Finish Run Start
Distance: 11.2 miles Terrain: Rolling hills. Course: Right on Hog Eye Rd. Right on Decker Lake Rd. Right on FM 3177 Right on Lindell Ln. Right on Blue Bluff Rd Left on Bloor Rd Right on Hwy 130 Access Rd. Right on FM 973 Right on Decker Lake Rd. Right on Blue Bluff Rd.
Aid stations will be stocked with water and PureSport Workout drink. There will be an aid station at the entrance to the Transition Area that may be used before the swim, and before and after the bike. There will not be any aid stations on the bike course. There will be at least 2 aid stations on the run course. It is against USA Triathlon rules to discard trash at any point on the course besides an aid station.
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