201 2 Race Schedule June 2012 Lake George, NY
THE 6TH ANNUAL NORTH COUNTRY TRIATHLON SATURDAY JUNE, 30TH HAGUE BEACH, LAKE GEORGE NY
FRIDAY, JUNE 29 Welcome to the 6th annual North Country Triathlon! We are excited to once again host you in the town of Hague on the gorgeous shores of Lake George. It is hard to believe I have been putting this race on for 6 years! It seems like just yesterday that I pitched the Hague Town Board one cold November evening on the idea of creating a triathlon in their town. I had never put on an event, much less a triathlon (though I had participated in many triathlons myself) and I wasn’t even sure I could actually pull it off. To their credit and my general surprise, they were not only extremely interested in it, they were actually very excited at the prospect and totally supportive. The town became our first sponsor. What began with 125 racers, 50 volunteers and a handful of sponsors at our inaugural race in 2007 has now turned into a 425 racer, 120 volunteer strong event that keeps people coming back to Hague each year to experience our race and all the area has to offer. Many of our volunteers and racers comment on how much they enjoy our race because its very tight-knit, small scale and has a real sense of community to it. We created a challenging race in an amazing setting and helped create many wonderful memories for everyone that have been a part of the race. During the past 6 years, I have taken the race from an idea to a reality. It has been a delightful challenge, and an amazing thing to have been a part of. I have had the pleasure of working with an absolutely amazing group of friends and volunteers. The last two years have brought with them an abundance of change for me. I have happily become a husband to my lovely wife Leslie and father to my amazing 10 month old son Felix as well as helped start a successful internet company in New York City. With little extra time these days, its time for me to pass the race on to someone who can help continue to foster its growth. It is with mixed emotion that I say that the race may or may not be around next year as I am actively seeking a buyer for the North Country Triathlon. If anyone interested, please contact us. It has been a wonderful, extremely fulfilling journey and I want to thank each and every one of our racers, volunteers, and sponsors for your years of support, enthusiasm, and dedication to our race. Best, Randy Engler Founder, North Country Triathlon
RACE SAFETY MEETING
When: 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm Where: Hague Community Center (Rt8)
When: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Where: Hague Community Center (Rt8)
SATURDAY, JUNE 30 RACE-PACKET PICK-UP*
When: 6:00 am – 7:15 am Where: Hague Beach
When: 11:30 am Where: Hague Beach
OLYMPIC DISTANCE RACE START
When: 8:00 am Where: Hague Beach
Food & Refreshments
When: 11:45 am – 1:30 pm Where: Hague Beach
SPRINT DISTANCE RACE START
When: Directly following last Olympic wave (around 8:15 am – 8:30 am)
Where: Hague Beach
*Please remember to bring a valid ID, and USAT membership if applicable – If you do not have a valid ID, we will not be able to give you your race-packet.
Staging/Transition Area Map The staging area is located at Hague Beach in Hague, NY. Parking is located across the street. Additional parking up the street, see parking map for more details. All race participants should plan to be here by 6 am for body marking and packet pick-up.
Parking will be marked, please look for signs indicating locations.
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1. DARRIN LOT MAIN RACE TENT FOOD, LOST & FOUND REGISTRATION FIRST AID
OLYMPIC STAGING AREA
Directly across from Hague Town Beach and race area. This lot typically ďŹ lls up by 6:00 am on morning of race-day. There is no overnight parking. Space for 50+ cars.
SPRINT STAGING AREA
2. HAGUE COMMUNITY CENTER LOT
Located on Rt. 8, this lot is large with over 50 spaces and is only a quick walk down to race area at Hague Beach. 3. TOWN LOT
Located on Rt. 8, this lot is next door to Juniper Gift Shop and across the street from The Uptown Store. This lot has only 20 spaces. This is 2 min walk to race area.
4. CHURCH LOT (A & B)
Located on Rt. 8 next to church. This lot holds 25 â€“ 35 cars. TOWN INFO CENTER & RESTROOMS
5. ADDITIONAL LOT
Located on Rt. 9 just N of Hague Beach. This dirt lot holds 25 cars.
RUN ROUTE SIDEWALK
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Sprint Distance Race SPRINT SWIM COURSE
SPRINT RIDE COURSE (12.5 MILE LOOP)
The swim course is 0.5 miles in total distance and will take you through the crystal clear waters of Lake George. Water temperatures average between 68f and 70f degrees around the end of June and early July. Sprint distance swimmers will be heading on an out-and-back course which runs south from Hague Beach taking the shore side and going counter-clockwise around the buoys.
• New Hague to right onto 9N (merge cones to be in place). SLOW AND USE CAUTION!
Finish at Hague Beach Staging Area (cross-over 9N into staging area- caution)
Island Harbor curve – SLOW!
• Follow West Hague to New Hague Rd.
If you are tired or need assistance, please hold your hand up and alert nearby kayak and rescue personnel. Swimmers needing a rest ARE allowed to hang onto the tips of kayaks. Always remember safety first!
SPRINT RIDE COURSE
SHARP CURVE ON DOWNHILL GRADE
Start at Hague Town Beach Staging Area • Head up Rt. 8 (west) to right on West Hague Rd. (watch for signs)
HARD RIGHT TURN
9N DODD HILL RD
SPRINT SWIM COURSE (0.5 MILES) OUT & BACK
9N SPLIT ROCK RD
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SPRINT RUN COURSE HAGUE
(3.1 MILES Out-and-back)
Run route is not closed to vehicle trafﬁc during race–small shoulder–use caution Run out of Hague Beach staging area and take left at 9N on lake side of street (against trafﬁc) Turnaround at 1.5 miles (at 100 ft past Pine Cove Drive)
• Cross to other side of street and come back to race area (again, against trafﬁc) • Aid Stations every 1.5 miles with Gatorade and water (At race start, race turnaround, and ﬁnal 0.5 mi) • Sprint distance mile markers will be green in color. • Finish line at Hague Beach parking lot.
SPRINT RUN COURSE 9N
(3.1 MILES) OUT & BACK AID STATIONS
Where to eat THE FIREHOUSE RESTAURANT
Great bar menu/kid friendly ($$): Hague THE UPTOWN STORE
Upscale casual dinners ($$$): Hague THE ALGONQUIN
Lakeside Dining ($$$): 20 min S of Hague EDDIE’S RESTAURANT
Casual Italian ($$): 5 min N of Hague NEW HAGUE MARKET
Lunch sandwiches ($): Hague
Olympic Distance Race OLYMPIC SWIM COURSE
OLYMPIC RIDE COURSE (26.5 MILES) OUT & BACK
The swim course is 1.0 miles in total distance and will take you through the crystal clear waters of Lake George. Water temperatures average between 68f and 70f degrees around the end of June and early July.
Start at Hague Town Beach Staging Area and head north along 9N (lake side of rd.)
Olympic distance swimmers will be heading on an out-and-back course which runs south from Hague Beach taking the shore side and going counter-clockwise around the buoys.
• Continue on 9N to left at Racetrack Rd. • Follow to left at Old Chilson Rd and begin climb (approx. 3.1 to top turnaround)
• Follow around bend at Island Harbor (use extreme caution and slow to 5 mph here until around curve)
• Continue out towards Ticonderoga and take left at the Monument (will be marked and patrol car in place)
Fast descent downhill on Rt 74 turning right onto Racetrack Road to another right onto 9N heading south back to Hague Beach staging area following same route
! If you are tired or need assistance, please hold your hand up and alert nearby kayak and rescue personnel. Swimmers needing a rest ARE allowed to hang onto the tips of kayaks.
STEEP FAST DESCENT
OLD CHILSON ROAD
TICONDEROGA COUNTRY CLUB
OLYMPIC RIDE COURSE 9N
(26.5 MILES) OUT & BACK
DODD HILL RD
OLYMPIC SWIM COURSE (1.0 MILES) OUT & BACK
9N SPLIT ROCK RD
! ISLAND HARBOR CURVE
OLYMPIC RUN COURSE 8
(6.2 MILES- Out-and-Back)
Run out of Hague Beach staging area and take left at 9N on lake side of street (against trafﬁc)
Take slight left onto Pudding Island Rd for 1/4 mile, returning onto 9N.
Turnaround at 3.1 mile (just past Silver Bay General Store) • Cross to other side of street and come back to race area (again, against trafﬁc) • Aid Stations every 1.5 miles with Gatorade and water (6 total stations) • Olympic distance mile markers will be orange in color
PUDDING ISLAND ROAD
• Finish-line at Hague Beach parking lot • Proceed into staging area for timing chip return, refreshments and awards
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OLYMPIC RUN COURSE (6.2 MILES) OUT & BACK AID STATIONS
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OLYMPIC RIDE ELEVATION
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Welcome to Trout House Village Resort located on the peaceful, northern shores of Lake George. Casual, relaxed and full of family fun. 411 Ft
Enjoy our 400 ft private sandy beach on the 32 mile sparkling from our front door. We have bikes, canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and a nine hole putting green, all complimentary for our guests.
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Sponsors We would like to thank the generous support of our local and national sponsors. All of our sponsors play a crucial role in helping make this race happen and we simply would not be able to do it without them.
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Merchandise Stop by our retail tent at the main staging area during the race to purchase NCT gear. We accept cash, checks and credit cards.
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T-SHIRTS American ApparelÂŠ T-Shirt Menâ€™s and Womenâ€™s Sizes 100% Cotton $12
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Thank you VOLUNTEERS
North Country Triathlon is very fortunate to have exceptional volunteers who help make the race run smoothly, ensure safety, and cheer our racers on throughout the race. They are truly the core of any race. If you get a moment, please let them know how much we all appreciate them! ROAD SAFETY
Lakeside Deli & Grocery
Safety is priority number one. We would like to thank the Hague Volunteer Fire Department, local EMS, and Essex and Warren County Sheriff Departments for their efforts to help ensure the safety of everyone involved in the race. TOWN OF HAGUE
A big thank you goes out to the community of the Town of Hague for hosting the race each year. Hague is such a wonderful site for the race and we really appreciate the continued support and encouragement.
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Who you are helping Your participation in the North Country Triathlon helps raise money and awareness for our three main charity partners, The Lake George Land Conservancy, The Hope Lodge of Burlington, and the Hague Volunteer Fire Department. Each year, the North Country Triathlon contributes a large portion of its proceeds directly to these organizations to help them continue the great work they do for the community.
The Lake George Land Conservancy The Lake George Land Conservancy is a land trust dedicated to permanently preserve the natural, scenic and recreational resources of the Lake George region. To date, more than 2,100 concerned individuals have helped LGLC and its partners protect 49,517 feet of shoreline and 12,532 acres of land around Lake George. The North Country Triathlon is very excited to be a part of this endeavor to help preserve the lake for generations to come.
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Hague Volunteer Fire Department The Hague Volunteer Fire Department has served the community of Hague for over 60 years. The dedicated individuals within the department have been instrumental in ensuring the safety of our racers and volunteers since we started the race 5 years ago. Whether it’s in the Hague Fire & Rescue Boat on our swim course, or out on the bike and run course with their ambulances and EMS teams, the Hague Volunteer Fire Department plays a crucial role in our race and we are proud to support them.
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Sustainability North Country Events promotes challenging, multi-sport events designed to have the greatest impact on healthy life-styles and the least amount of impact on the environment. From the cups used at our aid stations (100% recycled content and compostable) to the disposal of all race related garbage, North Country Triathlon is committed to doing it’s part to build races that are about healthy people and healthy environment.
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RACE DIRECTOR John Hartley
VOLUNTEER DIRECTOR Donna Levenstien
MEDICAL DIRECTOR Stacey Shearer
FIRE & RESCUE COORDINATOR Renee Swinton
MASTER OF CEREMONIES Tom Haskell & Steve Ramant
GRAPHIC DESIGNER Leslie Engler
T-SHIRT PRINTING Art Don’t Pay
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