About this Event
Woodstock Duathlon is a 2 mile run, 20 K bike , 2 mile run held in picturesque Emrikson Park in Woodstock, IL.
Course Description:(2 mile Run, 20K Bike, 2 mile Run)
Run (2 mile) - Both stages of the run will be held in and around beautiful Emrikson Park.
The scenic asphalt network of trails within the park varies from flat to rolling hills.
Bike (20K) - The bike course will be on gently rolling hills southwest of the park.
There will be no water stations on the bike course.
Helmets are required as per ANSI Standards.
Transition - All stages will start and finish inside the park.
The area will be fenced and access will only be allowed for competitors before, during and after the race.
Transition area will open at 5:00 am. Transition area map.
•Age groups - 10 - 19 years, 10 years age groups through 70+
•Athena - Female participants over 150 lbs
•Clydesdale - Male participants over 200 lbs
•Relay teams - 2 people. Male/Female
Note - Racers can only enter one division
Short Course (2M , 20K , 2M)
•Overall - Top 2 male and female finishers
•Age groups - Top 2 in each age category
•Relay teams - Top team in each category
Technical T-Shirt, Finisher's medal, post race food/beverages
Participant maximum - (200)
Note: This is a ABR certified event, NO fee is required for insurance.
Sept 8 Deadline for receiving mail in entries
Sept 15 (noon) Deadline for receiving online entries
Sept 18 Race day registration
5:30 - 7:30 am - Sign waiver and pick up packet
7:30 am - Race start (7:30 am)
9:30 am - Awards ceremony
10:00 - Transition closes
Sorry, no refunds for any other reason other than attainment of participant maximum (200/200)
People interested in assisting us on race day with the multitude of tasks required for an efficiently run race,
please contact us at (312)-617-9551 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a free T-shirt, food/refreshment and our considerable gratitude.
Emrickson Park is located at 900 West South Street, Woodstock, IL, (815)-338-6118.
The website for the recreation department is www.woodstockrecreationdepartment.com
There is plenty of parking inside the park. Enter the park via Jackson Street.