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2019 Event Results

  • Fit at the Farm 5K – October 5
    • 5K
  • Hit the Bricks – October 5
    • 5K
  • 500 Festival mini-mini Youth Run – October 5
    • Results
  • Wine at the Line – September 28
    • 5 Mile
    • 5K
  • Indianapolis Women’s Half Marathon & 5K – September 28
    • Half Marathon
    • 5K
  • Beyond the Badge – September 22
    • 5K
    • Teams
  • Ovarian Cancer – September 21
    • 5K Run/Walk
  • Connect2Run – 2-Run-Run-September 21
    • 5K
  • Run for Sound – September 7
    • 5K
    • 10K
  • Fair on the Square – September 7
    • 5K
    • Half-Marathon
  • ISC Corporate Challenge – August 21 & 24
    • Bicycle Time Trial Results
    • Competitive, Good Sports & Participation Events
    • Community and Compassion Results
  • Go Girl Triathlon – August 17
    • Triathlon Individuals
    • Duathlon Individuals
    • Triathlon Teams
    • Indianapolis Sprint Triathlon #3 – August 10
      • Triathlon Individuals
      • Duathlon Individuals
      • Triathlon Teams
      • You Can Call Me Al – August 3
        • 5K Run/Walk
      • Tri Indy – July 28
        • Olympic Individuals
        • Sprint Individuals
        • Triathlon Teams
        • Duathlon Individuals
      • Joseph Maley Foundation 5K & 10 Miler – July 20
        • 10K Run
        • 5K Run/Walk
      • Indianapolis Sprint Triathlon #2 – July 13
        • Triathlon Individuals
        • Duathlon Individuals
        • Triathlon Teams
        • Freedom Run – July 4
          • 4.5 Mile Run/Walk
        • Morse Park Triathlon – June 29
          • Triathlon Individuals
          • Duathlon Individuals
          • Triathlon Teams
        • Cicero Triathlon – June 22
          • Triathlon Individuals
          • Duathlon Individuals
          • Triathlon Teams
        • Indianapolis Sprint Triathlon #1 – June 8
          • Triathlon Individuals
          • Duathlon Individuals
          • Triathlon Teams
        • Monumental Mile – June 6
          • Overall
        • Race Against Domestic Violence – June 1
          • 5K
        • Rainbow 5K – May 18
          • 5K
        • Hoofin’ It Trail Run – May 11
          • 5K
        • OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon – May 4
          • Half-Marathon
          • 5k
        • Carmel Sprint Triathlon – April 28
          • Individuals
          • Teams
          • Youth
          • Youth Teams
        • Rock the Block – April 27
          • 5K
          • 10K
        • Z-Run – April 27
          • 5K
        • The Challenge 5K – April 13
          • 5K
        • FDIC Courage and Valor – April 11
          • 5K
        • Fishers Running Club 10K – March 23
          • 10K
        • Firkin 5K – March 17
          • 5K Run
        • Shamrock Run – March 16
          • 4-Mile Run
        • Holliday Park Trail Run – March 16
          • 5-Mile Run
        • The Great North Run – March 9
          • 5K Run/Walk
          • 10K Run
        • Bop to the Top Results- January 19
          • Overall
          • Teams
          • Triple Step

    Archived Results

    • 2018
    • 2017
    • 2016
    • 2015
    • 2014
    • 2013
    • 2012
    • 2011
    • 2010
    • 2009
    • 2008

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    2019 Event Results Fit at the Farm 5K – October 5 5K Hit the Bricks – October 5 5K 500 Festival mini-mini Youth Run – October 5 Results

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    USAT Members receive $15.00 off your registration

    If you’re under 21, over 64, or in the military, receive $5.00 off your registration*
    *Age on 12/31/2020

    Pre-Race Instructions

    Pre-race instructions are posted HERE

    A Pre-Race email will be sent to our participants around 9pm on Friday, July 24. This will include full instructions for raceday.

    Participant Shirt & Finisher Medal

    All participants who pre-register by July 22 will be guaranteed an awesome, tech T-shirt. Sizes/availability may be limited after July 23.

    Please note that shirts will be ordered in mens’ sizing. Choose accordingly when registering.

    Take home some bling, too! All finishers in the triathlon and duathlon will also receive an amazing finisher medal!

    Overall, Age-Group and Division Awards

    Important: There is no official awards ceremony. You may pick up your Overall and Age-Group awards from the Awards Tent beginning at 10:30am, from the southeast corner of White River State Park (see Site Map above).

    Masks are mandatory when picking up your award. We encourage individuals to
    coordinate with their friends, and pick up their awards for them, if possible.

    We will form 3, single-file lines, with the Olympic Tri 1st, the Sprint Tri 2nd, and the Duathlon 3rd. Please maintain 6’ spacing while you wait.

    Overall Awards
    – Sprint & Olympic Triathlon Individuals – Top 3 Male & Female

    – Duathlon Individuals – Top 1 Male & Female

    Age-Group Awards
    – Sprint & Olympic Triathlon – Top 3 Males & Females

    – Duathlon – Top 2 Male & Female

    – Age Ranges:14-17, 18-20, 21-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40- 44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+

    Clydesdale/Athena & Fat Tire Awards
    – Clydesdale (220+ lbs) – Top 3 (Age 39 and under, and Age 40 and above)

    – Athena (165+ lbs) – Top 3 (Age 39 and under, and Age 40 and above)

    – Fat Tire – Top 3 Male OR Female

    Team Relay Awards

    – All-Male – Top 3 teams

    – All-Female – Top 3 teams

    – Co-ed – Top 3 teams



    Males must be 220+ lbs and females must be 165+ lbs to qualify for these divisions. Competing in one of these divisions will make you ineligible for age group awards.

    Fat Tire

    In order to qualify for the Fat Tire division, you must have a mountain bike with a minimum of 1.5 inch tires and upright handlebars. Competing in Fat Tire will make you ineligible for age group awards. There will be both a male and female Fat Tire divison.

    Gear Check

    Gear check at the Swim Start will be provided to only Olympic distance participants. Volunteers will be located at the swim start for the Olympic distance and will bag and label materials as requested. Items may be picked up post race at the Gear Check tent (see site map above) until 12:00pm. Any items not claimed within 30 days will be donated to a local charity.

    Sprint triathletes and Duathletes are asked to take their gear directly to the Gear Check tent, before walking to the Swim Start.


    All portions of the triathlon/duathlon/relay have cut-off times. For safety reasons and city permit time limits we must follow the below guidelines. Anyone that cannot finish their event within the time frame must withdraw from the competition.

    The Swim venue will CLOSE at 9:30AM

    The SECOND Loop of the BIKE COURSE will CLOSE at 9:45AM – any Olympic distance athlete still on the first lap will be sent back to the transition area on Blackford Street.

    The entire BIKE COURSE will close at 10:30AM

    The RUN COURSE will close at 11:45AM


    The event will be timed using the IPICO multi-sport timing tag system. Each participant will be given an orange or black timing tag that will need to be secured properly to the provided ankle strap. The ankle strap, with the timing tag attached, MUST be worn around your ankle during the duration of the event. If you are a participant on a relay team, the timing tag and ankle strap will serve as your relay “baton” and will be passed to each team participant as they finish their portion of the event.

    Raceday Refueling

    Water/Gatorade stations will be located at every mile along the run course as well as the finish line. Other refreshments and light snacks (fruit, cookies, granola bars, muffins, etc.) will be provided in the packet pick-up tent after the race.


    Results will be posted under the Results Tab after the event.


    Vehicles are recommended to use the following options:

    – Street Parking
    – White River State Park Garage – 3 hrs – $8, 3-6 hrs – $15, 6+ hrs $40
    – IUPUI Riverwalk Garage – View rates here
    – Indianapolis Zoo – $8


    Mike “Smitty” Smith of Runners Forum and Doug Robinson of Phoenix Fitness & Training will host a Beginner’s Clinic at Packet Pick-up on Saturday, July 25 at 2:30pm. Come listen as these veteran triathletes talk you through all the important parts of doing a triathlon. This clinic is the perfect opportunity for beginners and intermediate level triathletes to learn valuable tips. It’s absolutely FREE – just show up!

    Dryland Swim Training with Phoenix Fitness & Training

    Unfortunately, with access to pools shutdown due to the Covid-19 crisis, many triathletes and swimmers are at a complete loss as to how to continue to find a way to train to keep some semblance of swim fitness as we all wait for the pools to be reopened. We know that the best way to build and keep fitness is to train and workout on a consistent basis. We also know that a key to not getting injured is to maintain some kind of training routine, so when regular training can resume, our level of exercise doesn’t go from zero to sixty.

    The coaches at Phoenix Fitness and Training are hosting live Dry Land Swim Training workouts on the Zoom video platform. The training sessions are around 40 minutes long and are a mix of swim specific swim intervals using tubing and also exercises that are designed to help strengthen the muscles and patterns used in swimming. Not only will you be able to get a solid workout that might even be harder than a pool session, you can work on the body postures and gross mechanical movements so that when you can get back in the water you might be a more balanced and more technically sound swimmer.

    We are all looking forward to being able to sign up for the Tuxedo Brothers triathlons, but there is a good chance that the pools won’t be open much before the first opportunity to race. Don’t be stuck feeling like you are not at all prepared to have a strong swim when the time comes.

    Phoenix Fitness and Training is offering one class purchase options as well as a discounted 5 and 10-class passes. Simply purchase a class we will send you information on how to sign into our live virtual classes.

    In addition to the Dryland Swim workouts those class passes are also good for our live virtual group fitness functional strength classes. You will need tubing with handles to participate in the Dry Land workouts and will want but not necessarily need a foam roller, resistance bands, a set of 2, 3 or 4# hand weights and a set of 10# hand weights.

    Additional Fee for TRI Indy Registration: Non-USAT member $80 – $85

    Interested in Volunteering?

    Not sure you are ready for a triathlon? Come out and volunteer! Volunteering is a great way to get involved, have fun, and learn all about the sports of triathlon and duathlon. Plus, all volunteers will receive an event t-shirt and refreshments!

    If you are interested in volunteering, please register through the Volunteer Tab.

    Saturday, July 27
    Packet Pick-Up Shift #1: 1:30pm – 4:00pm
    – Packet Pick-Up Shift #2: 3:30pm – 7:00pm

    Sunday, July 28
    Packet Pick-Up: 5:30am – 8:00am
    – Body Marking: 5:45am – 8:30am
    – Transition: 6:30am – 11:30am
    – Gear Check: 6:30am – 11:30am
    – Bike Course: 6:30 – 10:30 (Meet at Major Taylor Velodrome – 3649 N. Cold Spring Road)
    – Run Course: 6:45am – 11:30am
    – Water Station: 6:45am – 11:30am (times vary by station)
    – Directional in White River Park: 7:30am – 11:00am
    – Finish Line: 7:30am – 12:00pm

    USAT Santioned Event

    This event is sanctioned by the USA Triathlon. All USAT rules will be enforced. Please visit for information on rules and regulations as well as information for those intersted in obtaining a USA Triathlon License. The event is limited to ages 14 and above for the individual competitions and age 12 and above for team competition.

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