When and Where
Saturday, July 21st, 2018 8:00 a.m. Beaver Lodge (altitude 3,200 ft) to City of Colville (altitude 1,900 ft., population 5,000). Colville is located 70 miles north of Spokane, Washington on Hwy 395.
Mail-in: Download the entry form. Please complete the entry form, sign the waiver, and mail to: Colville Recreation Department, 356 E. Dominion, Colville, WA 99114. Make checks payable to "City of Colville".
Online: To register online, Visit the website at https://hub.enmotive.com/events/2018-deborah-rarrick-tiger-tri .
Description of Course
Swim: Triangular through Lake Gillette, surrounded by the beautiful Colville National Forest. Water temperatures are low 70's. (Wetsuits allowed).
Bike: A scenic point-to-point course along State Highway 20 through the Colville National Forest. There is a substantial net elevation loss. The bike course finishes at Colville High School. The course is open to traffic during the race. No drafting allowed on the course.
Run: Rotary Trail at Dominion Meadows golf course. Packed gravel and asphalt and grass.
» Bike course map
» Swim course map
» Run course map
Colville High School
Individual: 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Teams: Men, Women & Mixed
Overall Individual Male & Overall Individual Female
Top 3 of each Individual Men’s & Women’s Age Group
Overall Men’s Team, Overall Women’s Team & Overall Mixed Team
Timing of the Tiger Tri will be done using the MYLAPS (Formerly ChampionChip) timing system. A Chip (transponder) will be worn on an ankle strap that provides 100% accuracy for run, swim and bike splits as well as overall times. All competitors will be required to wear a Chip. Competitors not wearing the Chip on race day will not be timed or scored in the results.
Remember: Unless you own your own Chip, you must return the Chip at the finish line at the end of the event.
Friday July 20th 6-8pm @ Heritage Court, located on Main Street in Colville just north of the Pour House. Parking can be found on Main or in the back parking lot off of Wynne Street.
Saturday July 21st 6-7:30am at Beaver Lodge
Volunteers, including spouses or other family members of participants, are welcome. We need good volunteers to maintain the quality and safety of this event. If you are interested in being involved in this way, please contact race organizers by phone or e-mail.
Participants are responsible to transport themselves, their bikes, and equipment to the lake prior to the start of the race.
There will be participant transportation to Beaver Lodge after the race: Shuttle busses will leave for Beaver Lodge at 11:00 am and 11:45 am. Bicycles can be taken on the bus, retrieved by support crews or left in the secure transition at Colville High School. The bicycle transition will be monitored and secure until 1:00 pm. (Staff and volunteers start the tear down soon after the final finisher, if your bike is still in the transition area, it will be moved aside and left for you to pick up).
Awards will take place at the finish line, estimated between 10:45 and 11 am.
For those traveling for the event and wish to stay close to the finish line below are three locations to check for availability:
Benny's Colville Inn - (800) 680-2517
Comfort Inn - (509) 684-2010
(to the start at Beaver Lodge)
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Number of Participants:
Year 2014: 152
Year 2013: 124
Year 2012: 170
Year 2011: 70
Year 2010: 156
Year 2009: 200
Year 2008: 190
Year 2007: 185
Year 2006: 165
Year 2005: 100
Year 2004: 85