The 2019 Zett’s Tri will be held on Sunday June 2 on the Campus of Nevada Union High School. Save the date!
On-line registration will open on Sunday March 24 at midnight. We had hoped to be rolling by March 15 but we are running late. Most details will be the same as previous years with only very minor course changes around the transition zones.
To see the results of todays races check out the links on our Result Page
The Tri Results will be marked as Final after a day or so of no issues being raised. Thanks for Racing. See you next year.
Unfortunately the Zett’s Tri Website had some downtime on Saturday June 2 (courtesy of AT&T!!!). We have decided that registration fees will remain the same right up to close of registration.
Potter’s Race Registration closes at 8:15 am
Zett’s Tri Registration closes at 8:30 am
Be early and don’t miss out.
Relay Teams should double check their team names during payment/bib pickup. A number of relay entries misspelled or omitted the team name.
Please read the instructions with your bibs concerning placement of numbers and other rules and advice.
Additional T-Shirts will be available for a donation of $5 – look for the booth.
Some of our promotional material was sent out a little later than we had planned. We have therefore extended the deadline for getting a free T-Shirt with you registration till midnight on Wednesday May 30. After this time T-shirts may be ordered with your registration for an additional $5-00. There may be additional T-Shirts available for purchase on race day depending on demand.
Some slight modifications have been made to the running course and the video and the course map will be updated as soon as we have the new files.
Most details are the same as last year but there will be some changes around the start, finish and transition zones. Stay tuned for more information. Registration is live now. Remember the registration deadline for getting a T-Shirt included is midnight May 26 – after that date you may purchase a T-shirt with your registration. Day of Race Registrations have an extra fee so make sure you register early.
Thanks for taking part in Zett’s Tri today. The results have been updated and posted on Webscorer.com.
Changes from the Preliminary Results.
1) Bib #115 had start time corrected to fix starting in the wrong wave.
2) Bibs #151,152,153 are hopefully now attached to the correct name
3) Relay teams now have correct split times. One relay team had the innovative idea of all wearing the same bib number which masked who completed each leg. An unfortunate side effect was the timing software got confused and dropped all leg 2 split times for relay teams.
I do know there may have been some people who started in waves behind those they registered in. The results currently do not correct the time penalty they incurred. If the participants want to let me know, then I am open to updating the times. As far as I can deduce these did not effect any podium positions.
If you want to take advantage of the $15 Junior and $30 Adult registration rates you must pre-register by midnight Saturday June 3. After that time both fees go up by $10 till the time registration closes at 15 minutes before the start. If you do plan to register (or make payment on a preregistration) on Sunday morning please leave yourself time as the registration and payment desk will definitely close on time. The on-line registration will continue to work right up till 15 minutes before race start, but payment must be completed by then also.
Payment and Registration desk opens at 7:30 am and bib pickup is available after 7:45 am.
The race is being timed with Webscorer and live results should be available on the Web. Go to Webscorer.com in your browser and look under “Find Races”/”Find Results” after the race has started. You may want to select sport Triathlon to narrow the list down a bit.
A better way to view the results is using the free iOS and Android app which can be downloaded before the race.
This will make it easier to follow the timing splits at the end of the Run and Bike legs as well as the Final Results.
Amy went out yesterday and rode a mountain bike around the running course and then the mountain bike course. This time with the camera mounted on the handlebars it gives an easier to watch video. Also they now show both courses completely.