2/20/14 Drought Update - Venue Change has occurred: Click Here
We are excited about the new location and the relationship we have created with the City of Half Moon Bay as well as several organizations around the coast. With any new event there will be new logistics we need to explain to make the event successful and fun for all. The event will have a point to point bike course with two transitions; we will make this as seamless as possible with shuttles, sufficient volunteers and a beautiful backdrop of the Pacific Ocean from the Half Moon Bay coastline.
We will be providing GoPro videos of each course over the next two weeks (by 3/11/14) and posting them below as well as our Facebook and YouTube Channel. This will allow for you to get a glimpse of the course, transitions, and key points of the event if you’re not able to take advantage of the Training Clinic (April 12, 2014) or preview the course in advance.
On Sunday April 20, 2014, we will have other family focused activities occurring for the whole family to come out and enjoy Easter weekend in the beautiful City of Half Moon Bay. We will have an Easter egg hunt and other kids’ activities on race day!
1.5k Swim - 40k Bike - 10k Run
Individuals, Clydesdale/Athena, & Clubs
$120 until 12/1/13
$130 until 2/1/14
$140 until 4/1/14
$150 until 4/18/14
$105 until 12/1/13
$115 until 2/1/14
$125 until 4/1/14
$135 until 4/18/14
Relay Teams (2 or 3 members)
$160 until 12/1/13
$180 until 2/1/14
$200 until 4/1/14
$220 until 4/18/14
Mail-In Registration Form: Click Here
Registration is also available on Active: Click Here
- Clydesdale & Athena
- Military/Fire/Police (required to bring active military, fire, or police ID)
- Triathlon Club
- Aqua-Bike (swim-bike)
- Relay (male, female, or coed 2 or 3 person team)
- Custom Swim Cap
- Custom event branded t-shirt
- Finishers Medal
- Finishers chamois towel
- Custom water bottle
- Free post-race feast and beer!!!
- Professional Race Day announcer
- Race results posted on race day
- Great live music.
14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80+, female Athena (over 165 lbs), male Clydesdale (over 220 lbs.).
Silicon Valley International Triathlon Prize Purse: $1,000
See how your tri club/team can win at each race and the Championship for 2013!
Race photos for 2013: Click here
Wave 1: 7:00 AM Men 29 and Under
Wave 2: 7:04 AM Men 30-39
Wave 3: 7:08 AM Men 40+
Wave 4: 7:12 AM Women 29 and Under
Wave 5: 7:16 AM Women 30-39
Wave 6: 7:20 AM Women 40+
Wave 7: 7:24 AM Relay Teams & Aquabike
Clydesdale and Athena will race in age group waves.
PLEASE NOTE: WAVES MAY CHANGE GOING INTO RACE WEEKEND!
Athlete Information Guide: Click Here
You must bring a valid ID to pick up your race packet. If you are pre-registered, you will not need to bring anything but your valid I.D. and USAT card to pick up your race packet. If you're not a USAT member you'll be required to purchase a one day USAT License for $12.
Saturday, April 19, 2014 (Registration / Packet Pickup)
Sports Basement - Sunnyvale
Hours: 12-5pmAddress: 1177 Kern Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Map: Click Here
3-3:30pm Course overview
Vendors and sponsor will be present to show off their products and servicesFriday, April 18, 2014
Sports Basement - Sunnyvale
Address: 1177 Kern Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Map: Click Here
5-5:30pm Course overview
Sunday, April 20, 2014 - Race Day
5:00am-6:30am Registration Open
5:00am Transition Open
7am-11am Expo Open
7:00am Race Start
8am-11am Food, Beer, and Live Music
10:30am Olympic Awards Ceremony
All athletes must arrive at least 1.5 hours early. This year's event will begin promptly at 7:30 AM
USA Productions highly recommends getting your bike checked and tuned prior to the race.
All athletes will be body marked. Hands, calves, arms and thighs will be marked. Body marking will be done race morning only. You will find a volunteer tent in the transition area for body marking. It is the racer's responsibility to get their body marked.
Spectators will have several options that start with beach views of the swim start/finish, transition from swim to bike, views of the athletes on the bike course, transition from bike to run and finally an incredible finish near the Johnston House and views of the Pacific Ocean down the hill!
T1 Parking: It's recommended that spectators park directly west of the transition area and follow the cyclists out of the transition area on Airport Way this way you don't create a cross at any point on the course.
T2 Parking: It's recommended that spectators park on Main St. north of the Johnston House again not creating a cross on the course and you will have a .25 mile walk to transition #2/Johnston House and will be able to see athletes transition from bike to run and finish at the Johnston House location.
We will number transition racks in both T1 and T2 to make it fair for all, your items will be placed in that area in each transition. We will be posting a transition map for the numbering sequence for each rack.
Transition will open on Sunday morning at 5am.
T1 = Swim Start/Finish/Bike Start (Pillar Point Harbor)
Swim Start Address: 214 Princeton Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Map: Click Here
T2 = Bike Finish/Run Start/Finish line
Johnston House / Finish line Address: 110 Higgins Canyon Rd, Higgins Canyon Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
Map: Click Here
Be sure to listen to race day announcers. Nick Tuttle will be your primary announcer for important announcements throughout the day.
Post race massage will be provided.
Pillar Point Harbor Water Conditions:
Water Conditions: Click Here (1/28/14)
Water Conditions: Click Here (2/26/14)
Water Conditions: Click Here (3/26/14)
Approx water temperature in April: 56 - 59 degrees
Shuttles from Transition#2/Johnston House to Transition#1/Swim Start
Time Leaving Transition #2:
Time Returning to Transition#1/Parking:
Your .93 Mile Swim will start in deep water and in age group waves. Water surface temperature is about 56-59 degrees and wetsuits are highly recommended. The swim course will be lined with large buoys, numerous lifeguards, kayak teams, and our Guard Life medical team. You will have a short run back to transition on Harvard Ave.
Click here to view printable run course map
Click here to view online swim course map
Your bike course is a point to point ride from Pillar Point Harbor to the Johnston House on Higgons Canyon Rd. Transition Aid Stations will be available if needed with water, gel, and electrolyte hydration. You will have one aid station at mile 10 with water bottles.
Click here to view a printable bike course map with turn by turn directions and course elevation
Click here to view an online bike course
There will be water provided every mile on the run course with water, electrolyte sports drink, and gel available at each aid station. This flat and fast course is 95% paved and 5% hardpack trail. The best volunteers in the world will be cheering you on and supporting your accomplishments.
Click here to view a printable run course map
Click here to view an online run course
This race will be timed using a chip timing system. Upon checking in you will receive a chip that is traditionally worn on the ankle. It is the athlete's responsibility to wear the chip during the entire race. If you do not wear the chip you will NOT be timed.
The Athlete is also 100% totally responsible for the return of the chip. Our waiver will have a disclaimer that must be signed that states you, the athlete, must return the chip or be billed accordingly by our timing company. It is the racer's responsibility to make sure that if you cannot attend the race, the chip will be returned within 7 days to USA Productions at the following address. If the timing chip is not returned the participant will be charged $30.
USAT provides comprehensive insurance coverage to sanctioned events. The coverage provides liability coverage to protect the race director, sponsors, volunteers, officials, and participants. The athlete excess medical coverage protects each participant for the day of the event.
Athlete Excess Medical: When athletes purchase a USAT annual license or one day permit, a portion of those fees cover the cost to provide them with excess medical insurance. This coverage only extends to their participation in an USA Triathlon sanctioned event and is only available after the injured party has filed with any primary insurance policies.
Event Liability: USAT provides comprehensive liability insurance coverage to sanctioned events. The USA Triathlon policy automatically covers USA Triathlon race directors, sponsors, volunteers, officials, and participants while participating in sanctioned events. Single-event permit can only be purchased through the race director and is $12 at packet pickup or the day of the event. USA Triathlon does not sell single-day permits.
New or Renewing Members:Click here to visit USATmembership.com to purchase a new membership or renew an old one.
Get your results for past races: USA Productions Results
2013 Results:Click here
To make travel plans and book your hotel for Silicon Valley International Triathlon: USA Productions Travel
If you're not a triathlete and would like to participant in some way to help with the event grab your friends and family and be a part of the event. Volunteers are needed to assist with several aspects of the event, including pre-registration, the start and finish line and water stations along the course.
Benefits of Volunteering
- Official SVIT volunteer t-shirt
- Goodie Bags
- Free Lunch
- Fulfill community service hours
- A great time out
- Team up with friends, family and make it a community event!
- Groups larger than 15 will receive more benefits and possible charitable donations
Contact us today and thanks for volunteering: Contact USA Productions
Have Fun and Be Safe! Please be courteous throughout the race. We look forward to seeing you at the finish line!
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