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Cut Off Times

HALF REV:

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.

 

FULL REV:

Swim Cut-off:

You must finish first loop of swim in 1:15:00 and the final cut off is 2:20:00.

Bike Cut-off:

You must finish bike course by 5:30 p.m.

Run Cut-off:

The run course will officially close 17 hours after the last swim wave.

 

Bike Check-In

Bike check for the Full and Half Rev is Saturday from 12:00pm-6:00pm. You will have access to your bike beginning at 5:00am 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.

It is mandatory for you to check your bike prior to race day.

Location:

  • Cedar Point Front Parking Lot

Hours:

  • Saturday from 12:00pm-6:00pm

Procedures:

  • You must pick up your race packet (located at Breaker’s Hotel) before checking in your bike.
  • Race Numbers need to be affixed to your bike.
  • Only registered athletes will be allowed into the transition area.
  • The athlete must wear your wrist band to enter the transition area.

There will be NO BIKE CHECK-IN ALLOWED ON RACE DAY!!!

NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS!!!

If you have a question regarding this please e-mail Ashley at ashley@rev3tri.com before Monday September 5th.

Rules

Body Marking

Each athlete will receive a set of (2) temporary tattoo race numbers and (1) age tattoo at packet pickup. You will be required to put these on yourself. One set of race numbers will go on the upper left and the other on the upper right arm. The age will be placed on the left calf. If for some reason you don’t get number tattoos, we will have volunteers to body mark you on race morning outside of transition.

Timing

  • Participants are required to wear the designated Timing Chip strapped to their ankle, throughout the race.
  • Relay Team Members must pass the strap/chip at each transition.
  • After you finish, turn in the strap/chip at the end of the finish chute.
  • If you pull out of the race, report to the finish line timing tent to turn in the strap/chip and go to the transition area to collect your gear (after 3pm).
  • There is a $90 charge for a lost Timing Chip / strap.
  • If you are participating in the aquabike category, please be sure to return your chip to th volunteers at the finish line.

Transition Area

  • All bikes must be racked in the proper position on Saturday, September 10th, 2011.
  • Bike racks provided will be individually numbered.
  • Your equipment must be removed from transition by 4pm race day.
  • REVOLUTION3 Triathlon is not responsible for lost or stolen equipment left in transition.
  • Only participants, officials and race volunteers are allowed in transition.  An event wristband is required for access.
  • Extra equipment is not allowed in transition. Transition is fenced and secured.
  • CPSC approved helmets are required during the cycling portion of the event. You will be prohibited from participating if you don’t have an approved helmet.
  • Helmets must be buckled in place during all aspects of the bike including transition.
  • You must walk or jog with your bike in the transition lanes to the designated mount; dismount areas at the perimeter of the transition.

Swim Course

  1. Each athlete must wear cap provided by race, and race number must be CLEARLY visible.
  2. No fins, aqua socks, gloves, paddles, or flotation devices of any kind are allowed.
  3. Swim goggles or face masks may be worn.
  4. No individual paddlers or escort allowed. The course will be adequately patrolled by boats, canoes and paddleboards.
  5. Wetsuits must be 5mm thick or less.
  6. Speedsuits will be allowed (if they are on the list of approved suits)*.
  7. Any assistance required during the swim will result in disqualification if forward progress was made. Athletes are permitted to use kayaks and boats as aid, so long as no forward progress is made. Course officials and medical personnel reserve the right to remove athletes from the course if determined medically necessary.
  8. All athletes must cross the timing mats to enter the beach or they may be disqualified.

*NOTE: ANY ATHLETE ELECTING NOT TO RACE MUST NOTIFY TIMING DESK IMMEDIATELY. ABOVE ALL, THE SAFETY OF EACH ATHLETE IS OUR PRIME CONCERN. A FULL SWEEP OF THE COURSE WILL BE MADE DIRECTLY BEHIND THE LAST ATHLETE. VISUAL AID WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE LIFEGUARDS, DIVERS, CANOES AND KAYAKS, BUOYS, AND AQUATIC CRAFTS THAT LINE THE COURSE.

Swim To Bike

After the swim, you will be directed through the timing chutes to the bike and run transition. NO PUBLIC NUDITY. We require you to be fully ready to race before getting on your bike. Personal nutrients are permitted if carried on your person, in a front pack, or in your gear bags. Sunscreen is available in the transition area. Athletes will be required to mount AFTER the mount/dismount line or be subjected to a penalty. There is NO riding inside the transition area.

Bike Course

No tandems, recumbents, fairings, or any add-on device designed exclusively to reduce resistance are allowed. Any new, unusual, or prototype equipment will be subject to a determination of legality by the event organizer and/or Head Referee.
Position Rules:

  1. Absolutely NO DRAFTING of another bicycle or any other vehicle is allowed.
  2. The draft zone extends backwards 3 bike lengths for Age-Groupers from the leading edge of the front wheel of the bicycle ahead of each contestant. Entering another athlete’s draft zone will result in a drafting violation.  For Pros, they will be required to stay within 6 bike lengths or 10 meters.
  3. Athletes must ride single file on the far right side of the road except when passing another athlete. Side-by-side riding is not allowed and will result in a blocking or position violation.
  4. Athletes are allowed 15 seconds to pass. A pass occurs when the passing contestant’s front wheel overtakes the passed athlete’s front wheel. Failure to complete a pass within 15 seconds will result in a drafting violation.7. An overtaken contestant must fall back 3 bike lengths for pros before attempting to re-pass. Failure to immediately fall back will result in a drafting violation. Immediately re-passing will result in an overtaken violation.
  5. Each athlete will receive 3 sets of numbers at packet pickup (there may also be some extra).  The small sticker goes on the front of your helmet.  Another larger sticker must be placed on your bike with the number displayed on both sides of your bike.  It usually is best to be placed on the seat stem or top tube or down tube.  The third number is the number that must be worn on the run (the flexible bib number).  That number is not required on the bike.  Race belts may be worn
  6. CPSC, CE, or SNELL-approved helmet is required during the entire bike portion. Helmets must be securely fastened before mounting the bicycle, at all times when on the bicycle, and must not be unfastened until after dismounting the bicycle. Any athlete riding without an approved helmet will automatically be disqualified.  Alterations to hard-shell helmet, which affect its integrity, are not allowed
  7. No individual support allowed. Ample aid and food stations will be provided. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may NOT bike, drive, or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all athletes to avoid the disqualification of an athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort.
    • *NOTE: IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO SLOW FOR SAFE NUTRIENT PICK-UP. CALL OUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS CLEARLY AND IN ADVANCE. CREWS ARE INSTRUCTED NOT TO STEP ACROSS THE WHITE LINE FOR HANDOFFS. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU DON’T TOSS BIKE BOTTLES, CUPS, OR NUTRIENT BAGS ON THE ROADSIDE ALONG THE COURSE. BIKE BOTTLES MUST BE TOSSED TOWARD THE BOTTLE DROP AT THE ENTRANCE AND/OR EXIT OF EACH AID STATION. A PENALTY WILL BE ASSESSED FOR DISCARDING A BIKE BOTTLE OR ANY OTHER LITTER/TRASH OUTSIDE THE DESIGNATED DROP ZONE. Discarding trash or equipment outside the designated drop zone will result in a littering violation or an abandonment of equipment violation.
  8. Each athlete must be individually responsible for repair and maintenance of their own bike. Assistance by anyone other than race personnel will be grounds for immediate disqualification. Each athlete should be prepared to handle any possible mechanical malfunction.
    • *NOTE: TECHNICAL SUPPORT VANS WILL BE ON THE COURSE TO ASSIST WITH EMERGENCY REPAIRS WHENEVER POSSIBLE, E.G. REPLACEMENT TUBES, TIRES, CHAINS, ETC. TECHNICAL VANS WILL ROAM THE COURSE THROUGHOUT THE DAY, BUT ARE LIMITED IN NUMBER. BE PREPARED.
  9. Athletes are expected to heed directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
  10. Athletes may walk bike, if necessary, but may not make progress on the bike course unaccompanied by their bicycle.
  11. Bike inspection is not mandatory and will not be provided at bike check-in, although technicians will be available. Athletes are ultimately responsible for their own bikes. However, race officials may, at their discretion, make final judgment as to the soundness of bikes. In the event of foul weather, large plastic bags, which cover the entire bike, will be permitted as long as the bags are securely fastened to the bike.
  12. HEADSETS OR HEADPHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED DURING ANY PORTION OF THE EVENT.  They will result in a disqualification.
  13. MEDICAL SUPPORT. If you need minor medical assistance, Sag Wagons will pick you up and take you to the medical tent, where you shall receive treatment. Alternatively, depending upon medical emergency, ambulances will take you to the nearest hospital to receive treatment. If you have a technical problem or have bonked, the Sag Wagons will take you to the next aid station. At every bike and run aid station, there will be rest areas and medical personnel to assist in any medical problem. Additionally, there will be radios to contact ambulances and medical assistance. If you have a problem, please go to an aid station for further assistance.

Bike To Run (Transition)

Medical facilities will be available to you at the bike-to-run transition. Athletes requiring medical care at this point in the race will not be allowed to continue. The Medical Director’s decision is final.  There will be a mount and dismount line.  Athletes are required to dismount before the line or be subjected to a penalty.

Run Course

  1. No form of locomotion other than running, walking or crawling is allowed.
  2. Athletes must wear their race number in front of them clearly visible at all times on the course. Race numbers issued by the race organizer identify the official contestants in the race. Folding, cutting the race number, intentional alteration of any kind, or failure to wear race number is STRICTLY PROHIBITED and may result in disqualification.
  3. NO INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT VEHICLES OR NON-PARTICIPANT ESCORT RUNNERS ARE ALLOWED. This is an individual endurance event. Teamwork as a result of outside assistance, which provides an advantage over single competitors, is not allowed. Individual support vehicles or non-participant escort runners will result in disqualification. A non-participant escort runner includes contestants who have withdrawn from the race, have been disqualified or have finished the race. Friends, family, members, coaches or supporters of any type may not bike, drive or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all contestants to avoid the disqualification of a contestant. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort. It IS permissible for an athlete who is still competing to run with other athlete’s who are still competing.
  4. Athletes are expected to follow the directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.

Medical Support

  • If you need minor medical assistance, Sag Wagons will pick you up and take you to the medical tent, where you shall receive treatment. Alternatively, depending upon medical emergency, ambulances will take you to the nearest hospital to receive treatment. If you have a technical problem or have bonked, the Sag Wagons will take you to the next aid station. At every bike and run aid station, there will be rest areas and medical personnel to assist in any medical problem. Additionally, there will be radios to contact ambulances and medical assistance. If you have a problem, please go to an aid station for further assistance.
  • No individual support allowed. Ample aid and food stations will be provided. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may NOT bike, drive, or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all athletes to avoid the disqualification of an athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort.

Penalties

The head referee will notify the head timer of any offenses and time penalties.  The timer will deduct the appropriate times.  The head referee will be available near the timing tent after the race to answer any questions.
Variable Time Penalties

Distance Category 1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense
Sprint 2:00 minute 4:00 minutes Disqualification
Intermediate 2:00 minutes 4:00 minutes Disqualification
Long 4:00 minutes 8:00 minutes Disqualification
Ultra 6:00 minutes 12:00 minutes Disqualification

USAT Rules

Welcome to this USA Triathlon sanctioned event. You are racing under the USAT Competitive Rules. In order to minimize misunderstandings on race day, I hope you will take the time to read the following summary of the Position Violations, which you know as the drafting rules.

I have reduced the Position Rules to the following concepts, which everyone can remember:

  • Ride on the right side of your lane.
  • Keep three bike lengths between yourself and the cyclist in front of you.
  • Pass on the left of the cyclist in front, never on the right.
  • Complete your pass within 15 seconds.
  • If passed, you must drop completely out of the zone, to the rear, before attempting to re-pass.

Remember you are racing in a USA Triathlon sanctioned event and there are USAT certified referees on the course to ensure fairness in the competition. There will be NO WARNINGS if you commit a foul during competition. Triathlon is an individual event and you must take personal responsibility to understand the rules and avoid penalties. At the end of the race all citations by the marshals are reviewed by the Head Referee who then decides if a penalty should be assessed. The Head Referee’s ruling is final in the case of Position Violations and there are no protests or appeals of Position penalties.

Marshals commonly cite the following violations:

  • Position– riding on the left side of the lane without passing.
  • Blocking – left side riding and impeding the forward progress of another competitor
  • Illegal Pass – passing on the right.
  • Overtaken – failing to drop back three bike lengths before re-passing
  • Drafting – following a leading cyclist closer than three bike lengths and failing to pass within 15 seconds.

Though Position Violations carry a time penalty for first offense, two citations will result in an additional penalty and if you are cited for three violations, you will be disqualified. Be sure to check the penalty sheet before you leave the race site and have a chat with the Head Referee if you have any questions.

Make sure your helmet is a CPSC approved model. All helmets legally sold in the US are CPSC approved but if you purchased your helmet in a different country it might be illegal for use in sanctioned events.

While on your bike, always have your chinstrap securely fastened – before, during and after the event! The chin strap rule is easy to follow, so don’t forget – that’s a DQ!

Wear your race numbers, don’t leave your trash on the course, and don’t carry or use any portable audio devices.

Remember to treat other athletes, volunteers, and officials with courtesy and consideration. Failure to do so is called Unsportsmanlike Conduct and you will be disqualified.

All that being said, I hope you have a great race, lots of fun, and achieve all your goals.

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Schedule 2013

Glow Run: Friday September 6, 2013 
Sprint Rev: Saturday September 7, 2013
Little Rev Triathlon: Saturday September 7, 2013
Half Rev: Sunday September 8, 2013
Full Rev: Sunday September 8, 2013
 

Friday September 6, 2013

EVENT
LOCATION
TIME
Practice SwimHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start8:00am-10:00am
Expo OpensCedar Point Parking Lot12:00pm-6:00pm
Packet Pick Up(All Events)Rev3 Expo12:00pm-6:00pm
Bike Mechanics AvailableRev3 Expo12:00pm-6:00pm
Registration Opens for Glow RunRev3 Expo4:00pm-7:00pm
Cedar Point Open to the Public Cedar Point Amusement Park5:00pm-10:00pm
5K Glow Run StartsRev3 Expo7:30pm
1 Mile Glow Run StartsRev3 Expo7:35pm

 

Saturday September 7, 2013: RACE DAY FOR YOUTH AND SPRINT REV

EVENT
LOCATION
TIME
Packet Pick Up for Youth RevRev3 Expo5:30am-6:30am
Packet Pick Up for Sprint RevRev3 Expo5:30am-7:45am
Transition Opens for Youth RevTransition- Cedar Point Parking Lot5:30am
Transition Opens for Sprint RevTransition- Cedar Point Parking Lot5:30am
Mandatory Athlete Meeting for Youth RevTransition6:20am
Swim Warm Up for Youth RevSwim Finish Arch (Outside of Transition) 6:35am
Transition Closes for Youth RevTransition6:45am
Swim Warm Up Ends6:50am
Pre Race Blessing and National Anthem6:50am
WAVE 1: Youth 7-10Swim Start7:00am
WAVE 2: Youth 11-14Swim Start7:20am
Transition Closes for Sprint Rev7:50am
Mandatory Pre Race Meeting for Sprint AthletesHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start8:00am
Swim Warm Up for Sprint RevHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start 8:10am
WAVE 1: Sprint Rev ALL MEN & RELAYS 8:30am
WAVE 2: Sprint Rev ALL WOMEN8:35am
Packet Pick Up for Half and Full RevRev3 Expo10:00am-6:00pm
Bike Mechanics AvailableRev3 Expo10:00am-6:00pm
Registration for Little Rev Adventure RaceAdventure Tent in Rev3 Expo10:00am-1:45pm
Awards for Youth and Sprint RevRev3 Expo- Stage10:30am
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Practice Swim for Half and Full AthletesHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start11:00am- 1:00pm
Liquid Lifestyles Swim ClinicHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start11:30am
Cedar Point Amusement Park Open to the Public12:00pm-10:00pm
Mandatory Bike Check In & Gear Check Transition1:00pm-6:30pm
1st Opportunity for Mandatory Athlete MeetingRev3 Stage1:30pm
Little Rev Adventure Race Briefing Rev3 Adventure Tent2:15pm
Little Rev Adventure Race StartRev3 Finish Line2:30pm
2nd Opportunity for Mandatory Athlete MeetingRev3 Stage4:00pm
Expo Closes6:00pm
Transition Closes6:30pm

 

Sunday September 8, 2013: RACE DAY FOR HALF AND FULL REV

EVENT
LOCATION
TIME
Transition Opens5:00am
Bike Mechanical Support AvailableTransition5:00am-6:30am
Special Needs Bag DropIn front of Transition5:00am-6:30am
Transition Closes (Full REV athletes)6:30am
Swim Warm Up for Half and Full Athletes Hotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start6:40am -7:00am
Full Rev Mass StartHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start7:00am
Transition Closes (Half REV athletes)7:45am
Swim Warm Up for Half AthletesHotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start8:00am-8:20am
First Wave of Half Rev Hotel Breakers Beach- Swim Start8:20am
Gear and Bike Check Out Begins1:00pm
Half Rev Age Group AwardsRev3 Stage3:00pm

 

Monday September 9, 2013 CONGRATS You did it!!

EVENT
LOCATION
TIME
Transition Closes all gear and bikes must be removed12:30am
Rev3 Store OpensAt Finishers Brunch at the Cedar Point Convention Center next to Breakers Hotel9:00am-12:00pm
Finishers BrunchCedar Point Convention Center next to Breakers Hotel10:00am-11:30am
Full Rev Award CeremonyCedar Point Convention Center next to Breakers Hotel10:30am

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Awards Ceremony

The race is over and it is now time to celebrate our victory!  Besides telling stories and sharing memories, the winners of the Rev3 Full will be celebrated.  We will also award checks for the overall Professional winners of the Cedar Point Full.

The awards ceremony will be held at the Coral Courtyard outside under the white tents behind Cedar Point’s Breakers Hotel.  All Rev3 Full participants are free.  Please show your wristband at the gate.  Guest tickets can be purchased at the registration booth Friday and Saturday, or at the door on Monday morning.

  • When: Monday, Sept 12th 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
  • Where: Coral Courtyard @ Cedar Point’s Hotel Breakers (view map)
  • Guest tickets fee: $12 per ticket

 

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Finish Line Festival

Starting at 9:00pm and ending with the last finisher, the Rev3 finish line will be rocking! We are doing a special CLUB TEAM CHALLENGE where the most energetic club team at the finish line from 9pm to 12pm will receive 2 free entries to Cedar Point 2012. Come out and celebrate your victory with us. We will have door prizes, music, and sponsor swag. Come out and cheer on your fellow competitors and enjoy the night with Rev3!

Athlete Check-In

Athlete check in and packet pick up will be on Friday September 7, 2012 from 12:00pm – 6:00pm and Saturday from 10:00am-6:00pm at the Rev3 Expo at Cedar Point Amusement Park.

You must have a photo identification 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.

FOR RELAYS your entire relay must check in together, you will not be able to pick up race materials without your entire team present. This is so all relay members can fill out the required USAT forms.

Please note for all Full Rev Athletes you will have to weigh yourself at check in for medical purposes.

At Check In you will receive the following:

  • Athlete Wristband
  • Special Needs Bags (FULLRev only)
  • Transition Bags (FULLRev only)
  • Race Numbers

If you do not check in within the designated hours you will not be able to race. If you have a question regarding this please e-mail Ashley at ashley@rev3tri.com

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 purpouses and allows you access to special events, transition, and post race food and recovery area. Your wristband will have your bib number on it. You must have your wristband or bike check out ticket in order to retrieve your bike out of transition after the race and to ensure you are able to park for free on site.

YOU MUST HAVE YOUR WRISTBAND IN ORDER TO RETRIEVE YOUR BIKE OUT OF TRANSITION AFTER THE RACE.

Transition & Special Needs Bags

You must turn in all bags prior to 6:30am on Sunday morning.

Each FullRev athlete will be provided with four bags for race day:

  • Swim to Bike
  • Bike to Run
  • Special Needs Bike
  • Special Needs Run

(See below and on page 10 for suggestions on what to pack in your race day
and special needs bags)

Full Rev Transition Bag Check In:

No loose gear will be allowed in the transition area on the ground next to the bikes. You will be provided a bag for all of your transition needs. Transition Bag check in is located in transition right outside of the changing tents. You will be required to hang your transition bags at the pre-assigned location which will be identified by your bib number. Swim to bike (T1) bags should be placed on the top row and Bike to run (T2) bags should be placed on the bottom row. You must have your bags placed by 6:30am on race morning.

Be sure your running gear has reflective material on the front and back of your clothes and shoes. Helmets and shoes must go into the athlete’s bike gear bag.

Full Rev Special Needs Bags:

Bike and Run Special Needs bags will need to be dropped off Sunday morning at the designated drop off location. This area will be clearly marked and located just outside of transition. Rev3 will transport these bags to the special needs stations which will be located near the midpoint of the bike (mile 50) and the halfway point on the run (mile 13.1). Rev3 will make every effort to return these bags to you; however we are not responsible for items not returned. DO NOT place anything of value in your special needs bag.

Special Needs bags can be retrieved on Sunday until midnight or on Monday morning until 12pm. They will be located at the special needs drop off location outside of transition.

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Cedar Point Triathlon Packing Cheat Sheet:

For Your Swim to Bike Bag:

  • Bike Shoes
  • Bike Helmet- must be cpcs certified
  • Bike Socks
  • Bike Sun Glasses
  • Bike Clothing (if not wearing it on the swim)
  • Bike Nutrition (it is best to bring the nutrition you plan to use on the bike with you in the morning instead of placing it on your bike the night prior to the race because of potential weather issues.)

For Your Bike to Run Bags:

  • Run Shoes
  • Run hat or visor
  • Socks
  • Clean Glasses if you prefer
  • Change of Clothes
  • Reflective Gear if you anticipate needing it
  • Nutrition

Bike Special Needs Bag:

  • Extra Sun Block
  • Body Glide or Chaffing Ointment
  • Extra Nutrition in case you drop something
  • Extra tire or tube

Run Special Needs Bag:

  • Extra socks incase of rain
  • Think back to your training, if you ever stopped at a gas station during a long run. What did you need  (Extra water? Salty snack? Sweet snack?) This will give you an idea of what to pack in your special needs bag.

Swim Wave Starts

Pros

Pro Men
6:50am
Pro Women
6:53am

Full REV

 Mass Start
7:05am

Half REV

Men 30-34
8:20am
M35-39
8:25am
M40-44
8:30am
M50+, Clydesdales
8:35am
M Under 30, Aquabikes
8:40am
M 45-49, Relays
8:45am
Women Under 35
8:50am
Women 35-39, Women 40-44
8:55
Women 45+, Athenas
9:00

 

Team Red White and Blue

Team RWB Athletes

Revolution3 has partnered up with Team Red, White, and Blue for Cedar Point Rev3. We are thrilled to be partnered with such an amazing organization. Athletes and spectators will both have several opportunities to pay respects to our country and in memorial of September 11th though Team Red, White, and Blue.

Team RWB will have American Flags for our Full Rev Athletes to wear down the finish cute. If this is something you would like to do on your Full Rev finish be on the lookout for a Team RWB volunteer who will be standing at the entrance to the Finish. You may grab a flag and finish like a pro!

In order to commemorate and honor the 2977 victims of 9/11, Team RWB and Cedar Point will be selling American flags at the Rev3 Expo for $2 which you can use to cheer on your athlete on race day. Every athlete will also be provided a yellow ribbon temporary tattoo. All proceeds from the flags go directly to support the mission of Team RWB in assisting wounded veterans.

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Team Red, White & Blue’s (Team RWB) vision is to transform the way wounded veterans are
reintegrated into society when they return from combat and transition to civilian life. Strong
relationships between wounded veterans and their fellow Americans are critical to veterans’
reintegration into civilian life as well as our nation’s success. Team RWB works to connect veterans with dedicated and local, volunteer advocates. Wounded veterans and advocates define the exact nature of their relationship, ensuring each relationship is mutually beneficial and unique. To better meet veterans’ needs, advocates focus on the “everyday” – not the spectacular: being a friend, spending time together and performing small acts of kindness on a personal level. Team RWB uses the platform of sports to raise awareness and support for the mission. Committed Team RWB athletes are racing across the nation in triathlons, marathons, ultra marathons, cross-fit, cycling, and more. Team RWB is a community of veterans, advocates, athletes, and concerned citizens dedicated to honoring the commitment and sacrifice of our wounded heroes.

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Cedar Point Discounted Tickets

Revolution3 will be offering discount park tickets for athletes, families, friends, and volunteers all weekend. Tickets will be available for purchase in the Rev3 Retail Tent on Saturday and Sunday. On Friday there will be a special EARLY BIRD discounted ticket. The park will be open from 5pm-10pm and all tickets are only $15 per person. You will need to have your Rev3 Wristband to purchase these tickets. Tickets can be purchased at the Cedar Point Gate.

 

Friday: Tickets will be $15 a person and will be for sale at the Cedar Point Gate. You will need to show a Glow Run Bib, Volunteer or Athlete wristband to get in or to get your friends/families the discounted tickets.

 

Saturday/Sunday: Tickets will be for sale in the retail tent in the Rev3 Expo. Tickets will be $43 for adults and $23 for Junior tickets.

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Cedar Point amusement park/resort in Sandusky, Ohio, is one of the premier family vacation destinations in the world. Located on a peninsula along scenic Lake Erie in Sandusky, Ohio, Cedar Point is a 364-acre amusement park that is home to the most exhilarating collection of thrill rides and roller coasters on Earth. With 75 rides, including 17 roller coasters -- more rides and more roller coasters than any park in the world -- a huge outdoor waterpark (Soak City); four resort hotels including a year-round indoor waterpark resort (Castaway Bay); a luxury RV campground with cottages and cabins; two large marinas; outdoor activity complex featuring a skycoaster, go-karts, miniature golf and more (Challenge Park); award-winning live shows; gift shops; delicious eateries; four giant kids’ areas and lots more, it’s easy to understand why Cedar Point has been voted the “Best Amusement Park in the World”.

Venue/Location:

www.cedarpoint.com
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