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Revolution3 Expo will be located at the Anderson Civic Center:

Rev3 Expo:
3027 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard  
Anderson, SC 29625
Transition1 is located at Darwin Wright Park:
112 Anderson Beach Blvd
Anderson, SC

Friday October 11, 2013

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Saturday October 12, 2013

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Sunday October 13, 2012 RACE DAY:

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Packet Pickup

Bike Check-In

Mandatory Meeting

There will be a mandatory athlete meeting on Saurday October 13, 2012. You have two options to attend the meeting, 1:30pm and 4:00pm. The meeting will take place at the Rev3 expo and be on the Rev3 stage.


Cut Off Times


Swim Cut-off:

The swim cut off is 1:15:00 from start of the last swim wave.

Bike Cut-off:

You must finish the bike course within 5:30:00 following the start of your swim wave.

Run Cut-off:

8:30:00 from the start of the last swim wave.



Swim Cut-off:

The swim cut off is 1 hour from start of the last swim wave.

Bike Cut-off:

You must finish the bike course within 3 hours following the start of the last swim wave.

Run Cut-off:

4 hours and 15min from the start of the last swim wave.

Bike Tech Support

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Here are some quick reference guides to help you keep your bike in peak performance.

Flat Clincher (PDF)

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Glue Tubular (PDF)

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Flat Tubular (PDF)

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Change Casette (PDF)

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Elite Bike Packing (PDF)

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About Elite Bicycles:

During his four-year professional triathlon career, Elite owner David Greenfield felt top-level cyclists needed a viable alternative to the mass produced, off-the-peg frame sizes and tubing offered by the major bicycle companies. He challenged himself to build affordable bicycles with custom sizes using the absolute highest grade aluminum tubing at prices competitive to standardized bikes being sold to top-level athletes in both the pro and amateur ranks.

Thousands of miles ridden on ill-fitting bikes with substandard frame materials led him to realize exactly what design and materials worked best, both for comfort and performance. Elite was formed to take advantage of the industry-wide technology boom which allowed smaller builders to compete with larger companies without being at a technological disadvantage. As a result, Elite now buys the highest quality tubing, uses the top welders and paint houses in the industry, and employs the absolute best design characteristics, all while offering customized tubing options and paint finishes at prices competitive with larger bike manufacturers.

Crafted in the USA from American-made parts, Elite uses Easton Ultra-Light and Easton Scandium tubing, as well as U.S. made Edge Composites carbon — the highest rated lightweight aluminum in the world. Each frame’s airfoil design is also wind-tunnel tested to ensure optimal performance. Complete bike packages are built using only the highest quality components. In addition to building custom fit bikes for athletes looking for an edge, a full range of standard-sized frames featuring the same design elements are also available at dealers worldwide,

Elite riders share a common bond of appreciation for their bikes, and Elite prides itself on maintaining close relationships with its growing family of riders. Elite actively seeks feedback from its customers and is excited by and shares in each individual’s personal accomplishments — often as they happen, as the crew is present to support the athletes at many of the important races around the world.

Elite is proud to be the bike of choice for many professional athletes, including ITU World Cup Champions, Ironman Champions, top ten Olympians, and Duathlon World Champions. Each of our athletes ride Elite bicycles not because they are paid to (Elite does not provide free equipment), but because they believe Elite gives them a critical edge they need to win.

By bringing together top frame designs, materials, welders, painters, and components, Elite builds bicycles that deliver maximum performance and value for every customer — from professional athlete to weekend warrior.

www.elitebicycles.comMeet the Elite Bicycles Staff!

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Meet the Pros

Here is your opportunity to meet and speak to some of the best triathletes from all over the world! These athletes travel the country competing in races nationwide. They will all be battling it out in South Carolina on Sunday morning for the opportunity at a piece of the $50,000 prize purse and points for the Overall Rev3 Series.

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On Saturday we will have Kate Major, who is now the leading lady in our Revolution3 series competing for a $15,000 prize. Maliaka Homo who just took first place in the Full at Rev3 Cedar Point, Meredith Kessler, and Jasmine Oienick who will all be battling it out for series points for Rev3 2012 Professional Series.

For the men we will have Andrew Starkowicz and Chris McDonald who placed first and second at Rev3 Cedar Point Full race last month. Both are neck-in-neck and will battle it out in South Carolina for the opportunity to take home the $15,000 bonus for the series winner. We will have Brian Fleischmann who will be joining the crew and racing to up his points in the battle for the Series. This is your chance to find out from the best the tips and tricks of the trade in triathlons. Don’t miss the opportunity!


  • REV3 Stage at the Expo/Finish Area


The Athlete Wristband

Every Rev3 athlete will get a Rev3 wristband once you check in. This band will identify you as an official participant and must be worn during race weekend. This wristband is required for medical identification purposes and allows you access to special events, transition, and post race food and recovery area. Your wristband will have your bib number on it.


Athlete Check In

Please be sure to bring photo identification with you to pick up your race packet.  Please bring your USAT card to show proof of current USAT membership or $10 to purchase a one-day license. If you are a USAT member and forget your card you will be required to sign the USAT wavier and purchase a one-day license. If you are a professional athlete you are required to submit proof of professional status at check-in.

**All Relays** You MUST check in as a team.

You will not be allowed to check in for other members of your relay. This is to ensure the entire team fills out the correct waivers.If you do not check in during the designated hours you will not be able to race.


  • Friday October 12, 2012 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Saturday October 13, 2012 from 10:00am to 6:00pm

At Check In you will receive the following:

  • Athlete Wristband
  • Morning Clothes Bag and Swim-to-Bike Bag
  • Race Number Stickers and Bib
  • Swim Cap
  • Course Maps with directions to Swim Start
  • Rev3 Participant  Visor
  • Muscle Milk Sling Bag
If you have a questions please e-mail info@rev3tri.com

Mandatory Bike Check-In

You will have access to your bike  on race morning, but you will not be able to remove your bike from transition until the start of the bike portion of the race.



  • Saturday, October 13, from 1:00pm to 6:00pm.

If you have a question regarding this please e-mail info@rev3tri.com


Parking for Friday and Saturday during expo hours will be in the Civic Center Parking lot.

There is no parking at T1 (swim start) but if you would like to drive to T1 to watch swim start you can park at Covenant Baptist Church on Manse Jolly Rd (across the street from Darwin Wright Park) All cars will need to be removed from the church parking lot by 10am.

If you park inside the Civic Center you will not be allowed to leave until 1:45pm. IF YOU NEED TO LEAVE BEFORE 1:45pm on race day please park in the grass fields on Camson Rd across from the Civic Center. There will be signs marking all parking areas.

Shuttle Service For Swim Start

To better plan your race morning, the shuttle ride is approximately 15 minutes. The shuttles will run continuously from the Civic Center to Darwin Wright (and back) from 4:45am through 10:45am (or all spectators are returned to the Civic Center). Shuttles will be available for all athletes, families & spectators.

You will be able to drop your run gear in T2 in the morning starting at 4:45am, then catch the shuttle over.

There is limited parking available near Darwin Wright Park!

Morning Schedule

  • 4:45am – Transition (T2) Opens at the Civic Center
  • 4:45am – 1st Shuttle leave Civic Center for Swim Start
  • 5:00am – Transition (T1) Opens at Darwin Wright Park
  • 7:10am – Transition (T1) Closes for HalfRev at Darwin Wright Park
  • 7:30am – HalfRev Pro Men Swim Start
  • 7:35am – HalfRev Pro Women Swim Start
  • 7:40am – 1st wave HalfRev age group starts, 3 waves, 5 minutes apart
  • 8:45am – Transition (T1) closes for ORev at Darwin Wright Park
  • 9:15am – ORev Collegiate Men Start
  • 9:20am – ORev Collegiate Women Start
  • 9:25am – 1st wave ORev age group Start, 2 waves, 5 minutes apart
  • 10:35am – Swim venue closes

Race Morning Procedure For Events

T2 (at the Civic Center) opens at 4:30am on race morning, athletes will be allowed to bring their Bike-to-Run gear and set up transition before leaving for swim start. T1(at Darwin Wright Park) will be opening at 4:45am for your pre-race routine. Bike technicians, from The Great Escape,  will be available in the transition area on race morning from 5:00am to 9:00am.

Remember to bring your:

  • Rev3 Timing Chip
  • Swim Cap
  • Goggles
  • Wetsuit

You will not be permitted into the transition area on race day without your athlete wristband and timing chip. If you have misplaced any of these items please see the transition area director for a replacement.

During packet pickup you will be given temporary tattoo numbers. This is used instead of the traditional body markers on race morning. Please have your tattoos on your body prior to your arrival to transition on race morning. Make sure your age is on your right calf.

Aid Stations

Bike Aid Stations are located at mile 15, 30, and 45.
Run Aid Stations will be located approximately every mile.

What will be at BIKE Aid station?

  • GU Energy (an assorted mix)
  • Water
  • Gatorade Endurance (assortment of flavors)

What will be at the RUN Aid Stations?

  • GU Energy (an assorted mix)
  • Water
  • Gatorade (Lemon Lime)
  • Salt tablets
  • Bananas
  • Pretzels
  • IceRun Aid Stations (will be located approximately every mile)

Color Coded Course Directions

Rev3 is improving our signs! For our Rev3 Quassy race we will be color coordinating our signs and arrows for each of the courses.  PLEASE NOTE it is your responsibility to know the course on race day.  We will have the roads appropriately marked on race day but please educate yourself so on race day you will not be surprised.

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HalfREV BIKE course will be marked with Pink signs and Pink arrows. Again, the arrows will be marked with bright pink duct tape on the ground and Rev3 Signs and chalked arrows on the ground.


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HalfREV RUN course will be marked with Orange signs and Orange arrows. Be on the lookout for our Orange duct tape arrows and spray chalked orange arrows and Rev3 signs on the road.


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Olympic REV BIKE course will be marked with Green Signs and Green Arrows on the ground.  The arrows on the group will be made with bright green duct tape and Rev3 signs and spray chalk on the ground. If you see those you are on the right path for the Olympic.


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OlympicREV RUN course will be marked with Yellow signs and yellow duct tape arrows. We will also have Yellow spray arrows with Rev3 signs on the ground. Make sure you look and follow these signs and arrows.


Sample Sign:

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Body Marking

We want you to look good while racing with Rev3. You will notice in your packet pickup that we have given everyone tattoo’s for your body marking for race day. Make sure you put these on BEFORE race morning. THERE WILL BE NO BODY MARKING ON RACE MORNING.

Simple procedure, you should have been given 2 tattoos with your bib number on them. These two numbers go on the upper part of your arm between your shoulder and elbow. Place one bib number on your right arm and the other bib number tattoo on your left arm. Make sure the Rev3 “R” is at the top and the “Pilot Flying J” logo is at the bottom.

ou were also instructed to get your age. These tattoos will go on your right calf.  Make sure you put your age vertical on your leg. If you are competing in a relay you will add the R to the bottom of your age.

You  put these tattoos on just like you would any other temporary tattoo. Take off the plastic coating, place the tattoo on your body and dampen the back with a wet cloth. Hold a damp cloth on the tattoo for about 30 seconds.  You should be good to go without having a stranger write on you at 5:00am!

To remove the tattoos post-race try using nail polish remover.

Competitor Responsibilities

When you pick up your race packet and timing chip at athlete check-in, stop by the chip verification table to ensure that your correct name shows up on the computer screen.

You must wear your timing chip at all times while you are racing. Fasten it to either ankle with the Velcro strap provided before the swim and leave it on until after you finish the run.  Volunteers will help you remove the chip at the finish line. If you do not start the race, you are responsible for returning the chip to timing.

If you drop out or are pulled from the race at any time, turn in your chip to a race official. Failure to do so may disqualify you from participating in future REV3 events. It is essential that we know where you are on the course at all times for your safety and our peace of mind. If you are transported to any medical station, the medical staff will take responsibility for your chip.

Your race chip is a loaner. By picking up your race number and timing chip, you are guaranteeing that you will return the chip to timing, or you will be billed for its replacement.  There is a $90 replacement fee for any lost or damaged timing chips.

If you lose your timing chip during the event, you are responsible for a replacement at one of the following locations: swim exit,  bike exit or run exit. Volunteers will have extra timing chips at the timing locations above. If you lose your timing chip while on the run course, please notify a timing official immediately after crossing the finish line.

Failure to wear your timing chip on race day, return your chip after the event or pay the replacement cost of your lost chip may disqualify you from future Rev 3 events.


Information Booth

The Information Booth will be located at the front of the Expo at the Anderson Civic Center. This is a hexagon booth that will be staffed with volunteers from the Anderson Convention and Visitors Bureau who will be able to answer any of your local questions regarding directions, hotels, Taste of Anderson, restaurants etc.

Look for the information flag on top of the booth. 

Medical Tent

Medical tent will be located near the Finish Line and will be staffed by our partners at Blue Ridge Orthopaedic.  The Medical Tent is for the treatment of athletes in need – spectators will not be allowed in.

Lost & Found

A Lost & Found will be available at the Rev3 Information Booth located in the Expo area.

Kids Adventure Zone

Revolution3 is adding a Kids Zone to our Expo!  Here, kids of all ages can come and play on inflatable slides and obstacle courses, make inspiration signs for their athletes, and enjoy some balloon fun! The Kids Zone will be located inside the Rev3 expo.


  • Friday Open from 3:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Saturday Open from 9:00am-6:00pm
  • Sunday Open from 9:00am-4:00pm

Parents will need to stay with their kids while they are in the Kids Zone. We will have Rev3 staff and Volunteers to monitor the area but will they are not be responsible for your children.

Race Day Photos

Brightroom Photography is proud to be the official race photographers for the 2011 Rev3 Half and Olympic Rev. Photos will be available approximately 2 weeks after race day. You will be able to search for your photos by your race number on brightroom.com.

So what do you need to do?

1. Be sure to have your race/bib number visible at all times

2. Smile when you cross the finish line!

3. Visit us at www.brightroom.com to view and order photosBest of luck!

We will see you at the finish.


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Swim Start Times

Half Rev Division:

  • Wave 1 – Pro Men @  7:30am
  • Wave 2 – Pro Women @  7:35am
  • Wave 3 – Males 40 & under @  7:40am
  • Wave 4 – Males 40 & over, Clydesdale, Aquabikes, Relays  @ 7:45am
  • Wave 5 – All Females    7:50am
Full REV Division:
  • Wave 1 – Collegiate Men @ 9:15am
  • Wave 2  – Collegiate Women @ 9:20am
  • Wave 3 –  All Males @ 9:25am
  • Wave 4  – All Females, Aquabike, and Relays @ 9:30am

Wheel Rentals

To rent wheels for Rev3 South Carolina: rev3.gostorego.com


Event Info:


Course Preview:



Anderson, SC is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains on the shores of beautiful Lake Hartwell in an area commonly known as “The Upstate”.  Anderson is within a two hour drive of two major metropolitan areas – Atlanta, GA and Charlotte, NC. Lake Hartwell, the location for the swims is one of the largest and most popular recreation lakes in the southeast, and is home to a number of state parks, public campgrounds, boat ramps and marinas.  Anderson County has it all, history, heritage, cultural attractions, agri-tourism, outdoor and adventure.  Whatever your interests are – you will be able to experience them in the quaint charm of a historic towns surrounded by true “Southern Hospitality”



Prize Purse:

  • $4,800 (HALF-REV)


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