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The 2013 event was held in honor of Robert "Flick" Flickenger. He passed away suddenly on 9/5/12. He was a longtime supporter and volunteer for the Red Cross since the Keuka Lake Tri started.
 

 

Strassburg Sock Keuka Lake Triathlon

Date: June 10, 2018
Location: Keuka Lake College, Penn Yan, NY
Type: Sprint & Intermediate Tri, Aquabike, Duathlon, Kids Tri
Start Time: 7:30 AM                           

 

Sprint Triathlon Course

    Swim: 750M  Bike: 22K   Run: 5K

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Swim Course

    750 Meters - 1 loop

The one loop swim takes place in Keuka Lake, a fairly calm lake, in the Finger Lakes Region of NY State. The course is expected to be either a triangular or rectangular loop (depending on wind and surface chop). The water temperature is typically in the 60s to low 70s.  Wetsuits will be allowed.

The swim is a wave start. Check the website approximately one week before the race for exact wave start times.

After the lap, exit the water, climb the stairs, cross Lake Ave., and head to the transition area on your right. No fear, there will be something to prevent you from slipping on the twenty-nine stair that you have to climb, as well as a carpet across Lake Avenue.  However, please be careful while walking around in the water away from the swim start and finish areas, because the zebra mussels in the lake are everywhere and are very, very sharp!

 

Transition

 

Bike Course

    13.8 Miles - 1 loop

This one loop bike course takes place on fairly smooth roads.  The bike course is mainly flat with a mix of some rolling hills.  There is one 0.5 mile moderate climb that might give you a little trouble but overall you can move on this course!

There are no aid stations on the bike course so be sure to carry plenty of water with you.


OVERVIEW

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ZOOM SOUTH

TRANSITION IN/OUT

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Run Course

    3.1 Miles - 1 loop

This incredible run course features some spectacular scenery of Keuka Lake and the sprawling farmlands.  There are a few rolling hills, but overall multisport athletes will find this a fast, fair run course. The running surface of this course consists of pavement. 

There will be three aid stations, with water and Heed,  approximately 1 mile apart.  


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