The Naperville Sprint Triathlon race course will offer competitors a time trial swim start as athletes enter the Centennial Beach Pool. Four athletes will be started every 6 to 8 seconds at the Centennial Beach Pool.
Competitors will self seed themselves according to their own estimated swim times with the assistance of volunteers, race staff and signage race management has provided along the sandy beach front at the Centennial Beach Pool. (Note: Estimated Swim Time Signs: 5 Minute Swim Time, 6 Minute Swim Time, 7 Minute Times, 8 Minute Swim Time, 10 Minute Swim Time).
Participants are supported on race day by several Aid Stations, including:
Start Area: Water will be just outside Transition, as well as the Swim Start/Finish areas.
Bike Course: Please remember to bring hydration for the Bike Course.
There are NO AID STATIONS along the Bike portion. Water will be provided for the athletes’ own bottles at the station located just outside Transition/Run Out.
Run Course: There are three aid stations located along the Run Course. Both Water and Gatorade will be available at each aid station. Medical support will be available at all three Aid Stations on the run course, in Transition, and at the Finish Line in the Medical Tent.
Swim Course Map
Swim Bike | Run Map
In the morning, all athletes will place their bike and all gear (excluding what will be worn for the swim) within the Transition area. For safety reasons during the race, athletes are not permitted to ride the bike into or out of Transition. Participants must walk or run the bike while in Transition. Only athletes are allowed in Transition. Please note that the Transition area will reopen for bike and equipment retrieval once all athletes have completed the bike course. Do not remove bikes early, NO exceptions. Transition Volunteers will match participant numbers with bike numbers. Wristbands are required in order to remove bikes.