Welcome to the 4th annual Kids Splash-N-Dash. The Kids race is brought to you this year with a great sponsorship from Northeast Promotional Group. With their help, the cost to do the Kids Splash-n-Dash is only $15! Northeast Promotional Group is also helping out with T-shirts this year again! A big Thank You to our partners...
We are excited to offer this neat event to keep the kids involved and give them their own race. The Splash-N-Dash is a Non-Competitve swim/run event and will take place after the awards ceremony for the Lake George Triathlon. Approx. 1pm on Saturday the 30th. Register online or the day of between 9am & Noon. Sign up early to be guaranteed a t-shirt.
The swim will be a near shore swim and take place in water that is 3 to 4 feet in depth with a sandy bottom. The run is basically a flat course. We put in a little out and back on the right to add a hill just for fun...
The cost of the Kids Splash-N-Dash is $15.
The swim will start in the water and will break down into smaller waves (20 racers) to keep everyone a bit separated. It will largely depend on the number of racers.
The swim is a straight line swim. When complete, the racers will exit on the beach and follow the cones to the race transition area. All racers will be required to put on sneakers (or some type of footwear to run in) before exiting transition. Each racer will get a cubby in the bike rack.
From transition, the racers will follow a counter-clockwise route around the park. There are two foot bridges to cross and they will be well marked. The 6-10 year olds will complete a single loop and come back to the finishing chute area of the Lake George Triathlon. The 11-14 year olds will break off for a second loop and finish the same as the others.
No awards will be given, but all pre-registered participants will get a T-shirt and finishing medal. Day of or on-site registration does not guarantee a shirt.
The race course has been slightly modified for the 6-10 age group.
Additional details provided at the race site. Race details are on the left.
Click here to download a pdf of the map.