Friday, August 19th – Packet Pickup
There will be a packet pickup on Friday, August 19th from 5pm-6:30pm at the Harbor Athletic Club Wellness Studio parking lot. Full details will be sent to registered race participants. Participants may also pick up their packet in the Registration Area at Bauman Aquatic Center on the morning of the race.
There will be a course talk at 5:30pm; come hear all about this race and get your questions answered before race day! If you are unable to join us in person, view our general course talk video here.
Saturday, August 20th – RACE DAY!
Race starts at Bauman Aquatic Center (2400 Park Lawn Pl. Middleton, WI) and finishes at Firemen’s Park (7400 Lee St. Middleton, WI).
7:00am: Registration area and Transition area open
8:30am: Long Course begins
9:30am: Medium Course begins
9:45am: Long Course awards ceremony
10am: Intermediate Course begins (Note: Intermediate Course participants MUST have their gear loaded in Transition prior to 9:30am)
10:30am: Short Course begins
10:45am: Medium Course awards ceremony
11:15am: Intermediate Course awards ceremony
11:30am: Short Course awards ceremony
We offer 4 course distances at this event. See below for courses and approximate distances. While there are recommended ages listed below, please select the course distance that best matches your child’s ability, regardless of age. If your child is using a balance bike or bike with training wheels, we recommend that they register for the Short course. There is also an at-home option for participants who are interested in a virtual option.
Long Course (rec. ages 11-14): Swim 100 yards, Bike 4 miles, Run 1 mile
Long course athletes will need to do two loops of a portion of the bike course. Athletes are responsible for keeping track of their own number of loops. You may want to station an adult at the loop location if you think it may be a challenge for your child to keep track of their own loops.
Medium Course (rec. ages 7-10): Swim 50 yards, Bike 2.1 miles, Run 0.75 mile
Intermediate Course (rec. ages 7-10): Swim 25 yards, Bike 2.1 miles, Run 0.75 mile
Short Course (rec. ages 3-6): Swim 25 yards, Bike 0.5 mile, Run 0.24 mile
At-Home: Complete your race wherever and whenever you like! Please follow all traffic rules and safety recommendations as you complete your race.
See the Course Maps below to view each course. The Swim course will be in the Bauman Aquatic Center pool. The Bike course will be on city streets. The Run course will be on sidewalks. View our Middleton recap video to see what this race looks like in action!
**2022 Update: There is construction at the high school stadium/track area. Spectators will need to walk through the parking lot to get from the main race site to the Finish Area.
NOTE REGARDING COURSE CHANGE REQUESTS: We can accommodate course change requests up until 5pm the Wednesday before the event, unless a particular course is sold out; please contact our Race Director via email (email@example.com) prior to that time if you need to change your child’s registered course. We will be unable to make any course changes at packet pickup or on the day of the event.
Race Entry Fees
Individual Registration (ages 3-14)
- Early Registration (until 11:59pm on 6/24): $25
- Standard Registration (until 11:59pm on 7/22): $28
- Last Chance Registration (until 7pm on 8/17): $30
- Race-Weekend Registration (if available): $35
Financial assistance is available for any child who qualifies for free or reduced lunch. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help with your child’s entry fee.
With registration, each athlete receives:
- Your race entry fee donated towards heath and fitness programs at local schools
- Event bib
- An event t-shirt (guaranteed availability and size only if registered by 11:59pm on August 3, 2022)
- Professional race timing and race results available online (for in-person participants only)
- Finisher medal
When an event sells out, we offer a wait list option. For details on how we manage an event’s wait list, see please see the Frequent Questions section of our website.
Our events are held rain or shine, and we do not offer refunds for weather-related delays or cancellations. In the event that you are unable to attend the race due to illness, quarantine, or other reason, we are happy to switch you to the at-home race option and you will still receive your t-shirt, bib, and finisher medal. Please email email@example.com if you need to make a change to your registration.
The triathlon begins at the Bauman Aquatic Center (2400 Park Lawn Place, Middleton, WI) and participants cross the finish line at Firemen’s Park (7400 Lee St. Middleton, WI). Parking will be available in specific lots near Middleton High School. Please see the Parking Map below for recommended parking locations.
**2022 Update: There is construction in the high school stadium/track. Spectators will need to walk through the parking lot to get from the main race site to the Finish Area.
All participants receive finisher medals. All in-person participants will be timed and trophies will be awarded to the top three girls and boys in each of the divisions listed below. There will be a brief awards ceremony in the Finish Area after the completion of each course. If an award winner is not able to be present at the awards ceremony, they will contacted after the race with information about how to pick up their trophy.
Long Course Award Divisions
- Ages 10 and under
- Ages 11-12
- Ages 13-14
Medium Course Award Divisions
- Ages 6 and under
- Ages 7-8
- Ages 9-10
Intermediate Course Award Divisions
- Ages 6 and under
- Ages 7-8
- Ages 9-10
Short Course Award Divisions
- Ages 3-4
- Ages 5-6
Go to the Results tab above to view previous race results.
As we enjoy a return to in-person racing, we want to keep you informed on the ways we are keeping our events safe for participants, volunteers, and staff. Here are a few things you can expect when participating in a Tri 4 Schools event in 2022:
- We will follow any current local health recommendations.
- All event activities are outdoors, which allows for good air circulation and opportunities for social distancing.
- Participants will start their race individually, spread across various wave times, to maintain distancing on the course and at the race site.
- We ask that any participant, volunteer, or spectator who is experiencing any illness symptoms or has recently tested positive for COVID to refrain from attending the event.
- Even with the return to in-person racing, we will continue to offer an “at-home” option for any participants who would prefer to complete their race at home.
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Thank to you our amazing event partners, who make sure we are able to support health and wellness programs in our local schools!
Are you ready to have a happy, healthy, and confident kid?
Register for this triathlon today!
200 E. Verona Ave. #126
Verona, WI 53593