Register on Active.com starting February 1, 2022 at 8 am Alaska time
Registration opens Feb. 1 and will close when 99 participants have registered.
The North Pole Triathlon will be raced in and around Chena Lake Recreation Area starting at 9:00 am on Saturday, June 25. All transitions will occur at the first parking lot off of Lake Park Road.
Entry fees are listed below and we also require USA Triathlon membership. If you are not a USAT member you will need to buy either a one-day membership pass ($15 adult; no one-day option if under 17) or an annual pass ($50 adult/$10 if under 17) to participate.
Minimum participant age is 16 as of 12/31/2022. Note: it is not necessary to be an Active member to register.
Feb. 1 – June 8 $50
June 9 – June 22 $75
June 23 $100
Feb. 1 - June 8 $90
June 9 - 22 $120
June 23 $150
Registration closes at 12:00 pm AST on June 23
Refunds are not available. Those on a waitlist will not be charged until their registration is confirmed. Timing chips will be used; if yours is not returned your credit card will be charged a $25 replacement fee.
Awards will be given to the top three men and women, and to the top relay team.
Volunteers are critical for this race to succeed. If you know anyone who’s interested, please sign up using this form, https://northpoletri.weebly.com/contact.html, or contact Samantha Royer, email@example.com.
The North Pole Triathlon is an Olympic distance race held in and around Chena Lake Recreation Area. It is an opportunity to swim 1500 meters in some of the best open water in the region and to bike 20K (13 miles) on wide, flat park trails. The 6 mile run will be on a combination of paved and gravel trails within the Chena Lake Recreation Area. We hope you will agree this event is something locals can be proud of in the world of triathlons. It is also a great introduction for anyone who has never swum in an open water race and wants to give it a try.
We also have a relay option. Teams of two or three people may choose any combination of legs.
December 12, 2021
COVID-19 mitigation plans for 2022
We expect to implement the same precautions for North Pole as those taken in 2021. This was the 2021 plan:
Race organizers are working to provide the safest possible 2021 triathlon experience for our athletes and volunteers. Updates to race status and changes to events (such as packet pick-up or modified swim starts) will be posted on Facebook, race websites, and in emails to those registered. Our goal is clear, open communication. To date, these are some new things for this year:
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