Tri For Preservation 2013
August 18, 2013
The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust and Noyes, Hall & Allen Insurance, are pleased to present the 3rd Annual Tri for Preservation Sprint Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquabike on Sunday, August 18, 2013 at Crescent Beach State Park in Cape Elizabeth. Register here.
The Tri for Preservation triathlon consists of a 500-yard ocean swim along the well-protected cove of Crescent Beach. (Wet suits are required). Participants then transition to a 14-mile, rolling bike course past the scenic farmlands and marshlands of Cape Elizabeth [View map here]. The course concludes with a well-marked 3.0-mile run along the shore of Crescent Beach (on a well-maintained fire road) towards Kettle Cove and back along Route 77. [View map here]. Register here.
The Tri for Preservation Aquabike (swim-bike) is ideal for those who want to compete but do not run. The aquabike features the same swim and bike course as the triathlon. The aquabike concludes upon return to the transition area after the bike leg of the race.Register here.
The duathlon (run-bike-run) features a 1.5-mile out and back run on the hard-packed dirt fire road along Crescent Beach, a 14.5-mile bike and a 3.0-mile finishing run to the finish line. Register here.
Concerned that you might not want to do each leg of the race yourself? Then, form a team and compete with your friends and family! The Tri for Preservation has set aside a number of slots for triathlon teams this year, including a family relay competition. Register here.
Maine Senior Games Qualifier
The Tri for Preservation also plays host to the Maine Senior Games with the triathlon serving as a state-qualifying event for the national competition. Athletes aged 50 as of December 31, 2011 are welcome participants. Register here.
Following the race, the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust and the Cape Elizabeth Lions Club will host a beachside pancake breakfast for all our athletes. The breakfast, sponsored by Hannaford Supermarkets, will be followed by an awards ceremony. Since your registration includes a day pass (one pass per registered athlete) to Crescent Beach, we encourage you to make a day of it and enjoy the beauty of Cape Elizabeth.
'113 Fund' Established to Honor
The Cape Elizabeth Land Trust (CELT) has established the 113 Fund to honor the life and work of David Aschauer who raced with bib number 113 in 2011. Read more.
The Tri for Preservation is presented by Noyes Hall & Allen insurance, an independent Maine insurance agency, benefits the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust's efforts to preserve natural woodlands, marshes, farmlands and shore lands for the enjoyment of this, and future generations.
View 2012 Race Results
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Thank you for supporting the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust!