Classic – 10k run, 60k bike, 10k run
Sprint – 5k run, 30k bike, 5k run
Super Sprint – 2.5k run, 15k bike, 2.5k run
**2 person relays offered for the Classic and Short Distance.
The top three athletes in each aged-up age group will qualify for the 2020 ITU Long-Distance Duathlon World Championship. The 2020 World Championship will occur in Zofingen, Switzerland. Qualified athletes will receive an email from USA Triathlon within two weeks after the Powerman Michigan event.
At Powerman Michigan, athletes will race in their appropriate age groups based on their age as of Dec. 31, 2019. Awards will be issued based on those results. If an athlete “ages up” into another age group in 2020, a separate set of results will be issued accounting for those athletes who aged up and Team USA slots will be awarded based on these results. So their finish time will be compared to those athletes in the older age group. For example, if John Doe is going to be 49 years old by Dec. 31, 2019, he will age-up up into the 50-54 age
Individual – Classic & Short
$99 until online registration closes
Individual – Sprint
$59 until online registration closes
2 Person Teams / Relays
$120 until online registration closes
Closes Thursday before the event at midnight
Onsite Registration – CASH ONLY
$119 Individual – Classic & Short
$69 Individual – Sprint
This is a USAT sanctioned event, if you are not a member there is a $15 USAT daily fee that must be paid at packet pickup (cash or check ONLY).
- Custom event shirt
- Custom finishers medal
- Sponsor supplied samples
- Professional chip timing with results available online
- Awards to top three in each age group
- Great sponsor supplied raffle and awards ceremony following the last finisher
- The best post race snack table out there
Parking will be in the Martindale Beach area parking lot adjacent to the transition area.
Jeff Brown and all his staff at Kensington Metropark