From the Rev3 Half Full course description page:
The swim will be a very popular time trial start which will consist of 2 participants entering the water every 5 seconds. The time trial will be arranged by waves which will be announced prior to the race. The swim will be a clockwise directional swim.
70,000 is the estimated number of young adults diagnosed with cancer each year.
This is a statistic that needs people’s attention. The Half Full Triathlon will help make the young adult cancer issue a priority and together we can improve the 70,000 statistic. Every Mile you race you’re helping support this population of young people battling cancer.
68F / 20C
Run with bike:
Jump on bike:
Getting up to speed:
32 miles |
Taken from Rev3's official course description:
"The bike course covers the scenic countryside of Western Howard County where participants will be faced with hills and some technical geography. The single loop Olympic Distance Course has a total of 847 ft or assent while the 2-loop Half Distance Course with over 1,500 total feet of assent. Be prepared to grind out the climbs and take advantage of the downhills to make up some time.
“The Half Full road course is more than half full of hills. This course is nothing less than challenging. It’s not going to kill you but it will put a hurting on you, especially in race mode…”
Riding w/ feet on shoes
Jumping off bike
Running with bike
Shoe and helmet removal
06.2 miles |
13m 48s min/mile
Again, from the Rev3 site:
The run course is a counter clockwise route through Centennial Park and some of the communities of Howard County. There are a mixture of some steep climbs, gradual climbs and a period of time on the paved trails of a wetland park. This terrain will cause you to have to save up some energy for some of the longer climbs. When you get back to the park off of Centennial Lane, go for it, you will have .4 miles to the finish line.
The Half Full Triathlon will help make the young adult cancer issue a priority and together we can improve the 70,000 statistic. Every Mile you race you’re helping support this population of young people battling cancer.