New York Duathlon Series - #1 Southern Tier

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Event Date(s): Sat, 05/07/2022 - 9:00am - 11:15am
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Get yourself ready for the season with this fun duathlon series. A great speed work out for veterans and a perfect beginner level event for those considering entering the world of multi-sport. Individuals or relay teams of two are welcome.

Held in the Town of Randolph, NY in the southern tier, one mile from Exit 16 off of I-86. This lovely course will start and finish at Weeden Park on Weeden Road (off of Main Street or Rt 394) with an out and back run down Weeden Road, back to the park and out to Rt 394, Price Corners, Coldspring Road back to Main Street and Weeden Road. Then finish with an additional run on the same run course as the first.

2 mile run, 10 mile bike, 2 mile run.

Overall and age group awards will be presented immediately following race.

Event is USAT sanctioned. All USAT rules and regulations apply. There is no refund for this event. Held rain or shine.

More information on Facebook or CoachMarkWilson.com.

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For more information on this event please visit https://coachmarkwilson.com/events/new-york-duathlon-series/

This event will be held at:

Weeden Park
Weeden Rd.
Randolph, NY 14772
United States
42° 9' 43.2396" N, 78° 57' 54.8532" W
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