What time does the race start?

The Olympic Rev will begin at 7:00am on Saturday May 31 and the Half Rev will begin at 6:50am on Sunday June 1st.

Where is the best place to drop Athletes off on race morning?

The best spot to drop athletes on race morning will be on Christian Rd which is right across the street from the Quassy Amusement Park.

Where is Athlete and Spectator Parking?

Athletes will have four lots to park. The Quassy Amusement Park, Baseball Fields across the street from Quassy, the Timex lot, and Pomperaug Lot.

The Quassy lots will fill up first (within an hour of transition opening.) We would recommend all spectators use the Timex parking lot first. Timex headquarters is located on Christian Rd, 1 mile away from the park.

If that is full, then you can use Pomperaug High School which is about 2 miles away located on Judd Rd.

Shuttles will loop around offering rides to the Expo but will most likely not go to Pomperaug lot until the Timex lot is full.

How can I track my athlete:

We will have multiple timing maps on the bike and run course. When your athlete crosses these mats their splits are sent to our servers in real time. You may stop by the Rev3 Timing Trailer (located in the Expo) at any time on race day to look for your athletes splits. 3 Separate computers with 40 inch screens will be available for all spectators to use. If you are not watching on site friends and families can still tune in at www.rev3tri.com and click the Live link so get updates from your athlete.

Do we have access to any post race activities:

The finish line will be the place to be! We will have post race food for athletes. Vendors will be available for spectators to purchase food.

Where will medical tents be located?

Medical tents will be located at the Finish line. Please see any Rev3 volunteer or STAFF member for more information and look for the red flag that says Medical.

Which roads will be closed?

The following roads will be closed to thru-traffic on Saturday and Sunday during the race…

  • Rt. 64 (between Rt. 188 and Rt. 6): June 1st from 7am to 12noon and June 2nd from 7am to 4pm
  • Tuttle Road (between Rt. 64 & White Deer Rock Road): June 2nd from 7am to 1:30pm
  • White Deer Rock Road (between Tuttle Road & Tranquility Road): June 2nd from 9:30am to 2:30pm
  • Judd Road (between Pomperaug High School &Judd Hill Road): June 1st- 8:00am to 11:00am & June 2nd- 10:00am to 3:30pm
  • Alain White / Whites Wood Road (between Rt. 61 and Bissell Road): June 2nd from 8:30am to 11:30am

With 2,000 athletes racing, motorists can expect to experience delays throughout the race course to ensure both athletes and motorists remain safe. Police will be on-hand to direct traffic and keep people moving as efficiently as possible.