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WILLIAMSBURG

• OLYMPIC, SPRINT, SUPER SPRINT, & KIDS

  • REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

  • AVAILABLE AT ALL REV3 RACES!

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UPDATE:  Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic this race is now a virtual only race.

 

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Here is your chance to stay active when you can’t participate in an in-person race.  You have the option to choose from a variety of distances.  You will have one week to complete the virtual triathlon.  Registration will close on August 23rd.  You can submit your results starting on August 15 through August 23.  Join the Facebook group and engage with your fellow competitors and submit your entries.  Use the hashtag #Rev3Williamsburg.  This in unlike any other triathlon.  Here are the 3 events:

  1.  Bike (indoors or outdoors on any course you want).
  2. Run (indoors or outdoors on any course you want).
  3. Athlete’s Choice (You can choose any activity you like but it should take you at least 5-15min give or take to complete.

When you register choose your race distance:

Sprint:  12 mile bike / 3.1 mile run / Athlete’s Choice (5min)

Olympic:  25 mile bike / 6.2 mile run / Athlete’s Choice (10min)

Half:  56 mile bike / 13.1 mile run / Athlete’s Choice (15min)

Kids 6-10:  Bike 2.5 miles / Run .75 miles / Athlete’s Choice (5min or less)

Kids 11+:  Bike 5 miles/ Run 1.5 miles / Athlete’s Choice (5min)

You will pick your own course.  There is no need to ride/run the REV3 Williamsburg Tri courses.  We want you to be safe.  This is not a race so traffic laws must be obeyed when participating outdoors.

Awards don’t go to the fastest people in this triathlon.  They go to the Facebook and Instagram posts that receive the most LIKES.  So put your creative thinking caps on, grab your friends and family and compete together.  After August 16th the 3 posts with the most likes will receive awards.  You will be notified and the awards will be mailed to you.  PRO TIP:  You will get more likes using the hashtag when you post to your own social media accounts in addition to our Facebook Group.

Each registered participant will be mailed the choice of a run jacket & medal (also acts as a coaster and magnet) OR a Tshirt & medal.  If you previously registered for the live event you will automatically received the jacket/medal option.  

When you register, the address you put down is the address that the shirt and medal will be shipped by early September.  Have fun and thanks for participating.

Additionally, each one of our events in 2020 will have a virtual option thus giving you the option collect all the great swag and participate in each of these events virtually.  A plaque shown here will be available for an additional purchase ($39.95) so you can collect them all and display them together.  This will be a great piece to remember this hopefully once in a lifetime years.

The tentative date for 2021 is June 26-27, 2021.

SATURDAY, AUGUST 15: KIDS
SUNDAY, AUGUST 16:  OLYMPIC, SPRINT, SUPER SPRINT

Williamsburg, Virginia is home to famous Colonial Williamsburg, the nation’s largest living history museum that introduces visitors to life in 18th century America. The historic Jamestown Island and Yorktown Battlefield are nearby, earning Williamsburg the nickname of the “Historic Triangle.” Visitors may also jump into modern times with a visit to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, which has over 350 acres of roller coasters, water parks, rides and attractions. Laser tag, haunted dinner theatres, bowling alleys and more are a part of the area, where there really is something for everyone.

There will be one transition area located at Chickahominy Riverfront Park.  The swim will take place in the Chickahominy river.  The swim course will be reversible depending on the conditions.  Our goal will be to make it safer and more favorable for you.  Water temperatures are likely to be in the high 70’s to low 80’s.

After leaving Chickahominy Riverfront Park, athletes take a right onto Rte 5 and over the Judith Steward Dresser Memorial Bridge for a rolling ride through the rural roads of Charles City County. The terrain is enough to give athletes time out of the saddle and to keep the ride interesting but won’t overly tax your legs for the run.

The entire run is on the newly completed Virginia Capital Trail, a 52-mile dedicated multi-use, paved trail connecting Richmond and Williamsburg along the historic and beautiful Route 5 corridor. After the first mile, the tall trees on either side of the trail provide ample shade for the flat run course. The bridge at the very beginning and end will provide a challenging start and finish to the run leg.

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