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Blitz Duathlon Kananaskis

Blitz Duathlon Kananaskis

Blitz Duathlon Kananaskis


Running Route: Cross country trails with natural surface.  Expect paths to include roots, small rocks and occasional mud.  Regular running shoes will work fine.

Leg 1: 3.7km Trail Run

The first leg of the race is the most technical and consists of a loop on the Tom Snow trail/1st Ridgeback loop (counterclockwise).  The Tom Snow has a few mud holes that you can run around, and the Ridgeback loop is narrower with a climb.  Elevation gain of 86m.

Transition Zone

Your run will return through the start/finish line arch into the transition zone.  Proceed to your bike and remember to buckle up your helmet before taking your bike off the rack.  It must remain on until you return and rack your bike.  Walk your bike to the mount/dismount line and begin your ride.

TEAMS:  Upon finishing the first run, exchange your ankle timing chip with your cyclist teammate at the bike rack.  Cyclists then un-rack bike and proceed to the mount line to begin the cycle portion.  Upon returning from the bike, cyclists dismount and return to the rack and exchange the timing chip with their runner teammate.

Leg 2: 19km Road Bike

The bike course is out and back on Hwy 66 to Beaver Flat.  It is paved highway with rumble strips and some loose gravel at certain sections.  The bike route has a total elevation gain of 276m, mostly gaining in the first 9km. Once you hit the turnaround point, it’s a nice quick ride back to transition.  Traffic will not stop for cyclists so proceed when with your turn around and entrance to Station Flats with caution.  We will have a sweep vehicle in case of mechanical break-down.


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Sep 08 2024


8:00 am - 12:00 pm


Platinum Racing


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