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XTERRA Victoria 2019

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Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Swim Course

The Championship event swim is two 750m counter clockwise loops in Durrance Lake, a small, clear mountain lake, for a total of 1500m. The Sprint event swim is one 750m counterclockwise loop.  Wetsuits are permitted, depending on water temperature on race morning.  Permitting of wetsuits is determined by the head race official and will be announced at approximately 7 am on race morning.

Athletes wishing to swim in skin suits may only do so if they wear the skin suit for the reminder of the race.
Bike Course

The Championship event bike course is 24k made up of two modified loops of a 12k route primarily in the trails of Mt. Work Park, commonly known as “The Dump”. The course follows a variety of double and single track trails with climbs descents, and lots of fast, flowing trails. Be prepared for a challenge. The Sprint bike course is one loop of the same course. Mountain bikes only will be allowed to be used on the bike course. No cross or road bikes allowed.

Navigating the bike course – (yellow tape)

Exit parking lot

    Turn R on Willis Point Road
    L on Ross Durrance
    L into parking lot
    First hard L onto Regional, rolling fire road
    Veer R still on Regional, beginning of a few short loose climbs
    Turn hard R onto Old Payoff, on to rocky singletrack with a steep pitch
    Stay L at intersection of Phase Two and Old Payoff
    Veer R onto Harem Scarem,
    Continue L on Harem Scarem at T24x, short steep descent
    L on Waterworks over the log
    L on Switchback,
    L on Centerfold, steep rocky descent
    Veer L continuing on Centerfold, back on wide fire road
    R on Little Face, rocky bits here
    R on Crazy Horse
    Hard R on Fire Drill, smoother singletrack
    L on Emergency Two down the hill on fire road
    Quick R just before junction of Second ave and Centerfold
    R onto Second Avenue
    Veer R onto Crossover, over the bridge
    Veer L at Crossover/Bottomfeeder intersection down a very steep but short descent
    R continue on Crossover up a loose rocky part
    L continue on Crossover at F67
    Crossover turns into Ntrail, descending on a nice flowy trail then through rocky parts
    L on Madonna on rocky singletrack with a bridge
    L on Second Avenue on to a fire road
    R onto Kokanee Highway and a short connector trial
    L onto Regional wide fire road by power lines
    Still on Regional-flat then long  climb
    Carry on right on Regional descending
    R down to Willis Pt Road
    L on Willis Pt road back to Durrance Lake area

Run Course

The Championship triathlon run course is two 4.6 K loops following the lake trail and a section of the Partidge Hills trail system. There are some flat sections, some narrow winding sections, some steep uphills and lots of rolling downhills. The Sprint triathlon follows one loop of this course.  The Saturday trail run follows three loops of this course.


Para-triathlon

XTERRA Victoria is an inclusive event and we will make every effort to accommodate all athletes.  The bike and run courses are quite technical and are not suitable for wheeled conveyances other than standard mountain bikes.  Para-triathletes wishing to compete at XTERRA Victoria should contact the race director prior to registering.


For details and registration, visit:
https://www.xterravictoria.ca/race/


 

Cost: Adult: $See below
Category: Sports | Recreation
    Sports
Location: Durrance Lake
Durrance Road , Victoria
This event is for Everyone
More Info: Human Powered Racing

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