Title 9 Women Only Sprint Triathlon
September 8, 2013
Hopkinton State Park
Sprint Triathlon: 1/4 Mile Swim, 10 Mile Bike, 3.1 Mile Run
Are you ready for an amazing Triathlon experience?
Max Performance continues to highlight Women Only racing year after year with a focus on small race size (we cap the race at 650), super fun atmosphere, and attention to detail that you will absolutely love!
Tons of triathlete support, like Max 'Buddies' Swim Buddy - in the water directing swimmers where to go and assisting those
who need help during the swim Turn Buddy - at every bike & every run turn telling you where to go and
cheering you on Transition Area Buddy - answering questions and providing helpful advice at
every transition area for everyone from newbies to veterans.
Inspiration Station - all supplies are provided to create a fun sign to help you notice
your supporters and get inspired at the same time!
Triclub Corner - members from triclubs will be there to celebrate your accomplishment and
provide training and Club information
"In regards to race feedback, I have to say, I think this was a very well run, well organized
race. This is my second triathlon, and in comparison to my first, this one was a lot more organized-
from information ahead of time, a wonderful informative website, emails leading up to the race (the
race packet, maps, etc.), up to race day which was very well organized as well. I also found it
very motivational with the music and just the whole setup! I had a great experience with everything,
and want to thank all the organizers of this race for really making it a great time. The course was
well marked, set up, and safe. Thank you!"
Registration will Open January 7th - 7 PM
Title 9 Triathlon
Price on 7.13.13
*If race is not sold out- race day registration is an additional $15 to the last price listed
*****As outlined in the Athlete Packet, there is ABSOLUTELY no practice swimming on the course PRIOR to race morning. Department of Conservation & Recreation Rules strictly prohibit swimming in any area that is outside the designated swimming buoys at the upper beach.
*****Please, please follow these guidelines and tell anyone you know doing the race the same important information. Violators of the policy could put the entire race at jeopardy, as the Department of Conserv. & Recreation is very strict on this. Violators of the policy will be subject to removal from the Title 9 Triathlon in 2013.
The swim takes place in the Hopkinton reservoir - clean, spacious, scenic and calm.
Family and friends can watch too, given the ample room afforded by the transition
area and swim start. The water will be a comfortable 72-74’. You’ll enjoy the
HUGE white buoys that clearly mark each turn and the flag-lined chutes that guide
you back to the transition area!
The bike leg is an excellent course. It begins on park roads, with downhill turns
and rolling terrain through Southborough and Ashland. You’ll experience one
challenging hill to make it even more exciting, as you cross the start of the
famous marathon. You’ll finish with a fun downhill as you enter the park for the
final run leg.
The final portion finishes with a 5-k run, 100% inside the scenic Park. Crowd
cheers echoing off the reservoir will help you as you make your way to the 300-yd.
flagged chute to the huge arched finish line.
Hopkinton State Park
268 Cedar Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748
From Route I-495(north or south) ) to exit 21A, Main Street Hopkinton.
Travel on Main Street until the third traffic light located at the heart of downtown Hopkinton.
Turn left, traveling North on Route 85. Proceed approximately 2-miles to the Hopkinton State Park.
Entrance on the right (do not enter the Field Office on the left).
We have obtained discounted rates at the following hotels. Remember to mention
Max Performance to obtain the discount.