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Additional race information can be found at http://www.buckscountyduathlon.org.
Registration will open on Feb. 1, 2023. To register, visit www.buckscountyduathlon.org or go to Facebook.com and type “Bucks County Duathlon’’ into search box. Both sites will provide prompts to the official registration site.
While the Bucks County Duathlon has set a standard of excellence in local multi-sport competition for more than a decade, the move to a new date and the addition of a second, longer race this year will only make it better. That’s news which should raise the level of excitement for the 12th annual race in and around Washington Crossing Historic Park.
Of equal significance, the BCD is expanding its menu of race distances. In addition to the standard 2-mile run/10-mile bicycle/2-mile run, participants can now compete in a 4-mile run/20-mile bicycle/4-mile run test over the same course, which incorporates the WCHP, the Delaware Canal towpath and roads throughout Upper Makefield Township (including Washington Crossing and Newtown).
The challenging 4-20-4 distance should attract the more competitive athlete from Bucks County and beyond.
Proceeds from the event go to the Missy Flynn Fund. Flynn, a Newtown resident, is a former world-class triathlete who suffered a life-threatening brain aneurysm in 2005. Since 2006, the BCD and other related events have raised more than $125,000 to help with Flynn’s uninsured medical expenses, etc.
Roads are open during the bike segment and proper caution must be exercised. All intersections are monitored by police and/or fire police personnel. >Parking officially opens at 5 a.m. Transition and registration areas open at 5:30 a.m.
No entrant may pick up a race packet or register for someone else (USAT rules). You must show valid ID to pick up race packet All racers must have a one-day or annual USAT license. If you don't have one, you may purchase one at registration through LinMark Sports or during registration. Timing and results are provided by LinMark Sports.
Awards: Age group prizes for top three finishers in women’s and men’s five-year divisions. Trophies for the top finishers. >Food and beverages offered post-race. Water provided pre-race and at transition points.
Event will be held unless conditions prevail which may cause dangerous and unsafe hazards (such as lightning or flooding) for the entrants. Should that happen and the event is canceled, there are NO refunds or credits. Entrants by entering this race assume the risk of the event being canceled without a refund due to unforeseen conditions.
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