Events

Overview

Welcome to Sonoma Women’s Triathlon. Run in 2017 as Barb’s Tri — and built on that great tradition — we’re back with the same great race and same great cause.

 

Join us July 21, 2018 in Healdsburg! Registration is open. new this year we have a hybrid registration model. You can fundraise (please do!) or you can choose a registration option with your donation built in.

Learn more at SonomaTriathlon.com!

 

Congratulations to our 2017 Champions:

Olympic Champion Deirdre Hassett
Sprint Champion: Amy Koop
Relay Champions: Tiffany Belize, Julie Gross, and Lorna Martin-Hayman

Presented by:

 

2017 Barbs Tri

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  • Sprint

    Our races start on July 21 at 7am and as are true to the Sprint and Olympic distances as possible. MAPS are published here, with turn-by-turn documents. Both our maps and turn-by-turn documents link to actual maps that were created in Gmap Pedometer. The Sprint distances are:

    Sprint Distance - Swim: .5mi (750m); Bike: 12.4mi (20km); Run: 3.1mi (5km)

    The swim takes place on a looped course that starts on the beach at Memorial Beach and swims towards the town of Healdsburg. The Olympic race will complete a larger loop and the Sprint will complete one smaller loop. The course will be buoyed and supported by kayak and paddleboard. While this is a river, the current is light and very friendly to first-time athletes.

    All bike course is an out-and-back route that leaves Memorial Beach into the Redwood Highway, then ride out and back on Eastside Road through some of the most beautiful vineyard country Northern California has to offer.

    The run course is out-and-back on Bellaiche Road. Runners leave transition turning right onto Redwood Highway, then take the first left onto Bellaiche.

    Athletes can tour the course the day before. Transition setup starts at 5am. The start, transition and finish all take place at Veterans Memorial Beach in Healdsburg, as does the parking, so once you're here, you're ready to go!

  • Olympic and Olympic Relay

    Our races start on July 21 at 7am and as are true to the Sprint and Olympic distances as possible. MAPS are published here, with turn-by-turn documents. Both our maps and turn-by-turn documents link to actual maps that were created in Gmap Pedometer. The Sprint distances are:

    Olympic Distance - Swim: .93mi (1.5km); Bike: 25.1mi (40.25km); Run: 6.2mi (10km)

    Olympic Relay - Swim: .93mi (1.5km); Bike: 25.1mi (40.25km); Run: 6.2mi (10km)

    The swim takes place on a looped course that starts on the beach at Memorial Beach and swims towards the town of Healdsburg. The Olympic race will complete a larger loop and the Sprint will complete one smaller loop. The course will be buoyed and supported by kayak and paddleboard. While this is a river, the current is light and very friendly to first-time athletes.

    The Olympic bike course is an out-and-back with a loop at its far end. It leaves Memorial Beach on the Redwood Highway. Riders proceed out to Eastside Road, over to River Road then back to Eastside via Westide and Wohler Bridge.

    The run course is out-and-back on Bellaiche Road. Runners leave transition turning right onto Redwood Highway, then take the first left onto Bellaiche.

    Athletes can tour the course the day before. Transition setup starts at 5am. The start, transition and finish all take place at Veterans Memorial Beach in Healdsburg, as does the parking, so once you're here, you're ready to go!

Please visit the Athlete Information areas at SonomaTriathlon.com for the most up-to-date race day information.

Sonoma Women’s Triathlon