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2014 Race date - August 30th - 2014...




It worked great this year so - If you want to rack your bike on Friday night - the day before the race - you may do so between 5 - 7 pm. We will have overnight security to watch the bikes. This will allow you to relax and save some time on race morning...


*** NECTC Racers - 

 Sign up as an individual under the NECTC category.



Swim (view course map)   SBR Sports - swim course sponsor
Waves will be determined one week prior to the race. There will be 6 waves with 3 minutes between each wave. The swim is a single counter-clockwise out and back loop. Keep the buoys to your left. Exit at carpeted path and cross the street to the transition area… 

Wetsuit Information: This should be a wetsuit legal swim. See USAT rules for all questions regarding the use of speedsuits and wetsuits (USAT). Please read this brochure concerning your wetsuit and where you swim. (click here for brochure). Let's keep the lake as clean as we can.

Bike Route (view course map) (Bike Course Profile)   Grey Ghost Bicycles - BIke Course Sponsor & Support
The bike course is a single counter-clockwise loop that has a few hills, descents, rollers and flats. It is not a closed course, so please remember to follow the rules of the road. There will be police and volunteers at intersections. There is a single aid station that will have water and Gatorade. Typically not many racers utilize the aid station, as most racers will carry their own water / nutrition. Remember – *No Drafting.  There will be race officials on the course.

Run (Run Course Map) (Run Course Profile)North Country Subaru - Run Course Sponsor
The run course is a 2 loop spectator friendly course that has some hills, downhills and flats.  It will finish on the battlefield grass near the transition area. There are 4 aid stations on the course. Each will have water and Gatorade.

Police will be off of the course at 1130am. Aid stations will have minimal coverage after 1130am.


Transition Area (Transition Map)
Transition will open at 5:00am on race day.  ***Please make sure that you have your bar ends capped or plugged.  As per USAT rules they must be covered in order to enter the transition area.  If they are not covered you may not enter the transition area. Be sure your race number is on your bike.




Registration / Packet Pick-up:

Friday August 29th - 5pm to 8:00pm at the Ft. William Henry Hotel and is located at 48 Canada Street. It is located just north of the race site on Canada St in the Village of Lake George.


Saturday August 30th - 5am-6:30am at the race site. Race start @ 7am. Consider getting your packet early.


All racers will need to bring a photo ID, no exceptions! If you are a USAT member, please bring your card or you will need to purchase a 1 day license for $12. ALL Members from a TEAM entry need to be present and show ID – NO EXCEPTIONS!


Race materials will consist of the following:
Swim cap, Race Bib, bike number sticker and race braclet.
-The swim cap is color coded to your wave. Please make sure you have the correct color cap by checking the label on your bib. All swimmers must wear caps.
-The race bib needs to be worn on the front during the run. If using a belt, the bib is made from tyvek and can be worn during all 3 legs of the race. If not using a race belt, please make to grab safety pins to pin your bib to your racing jersey. Your running bib will need to be scanned when you pick up your timing chip on Race Day.  
-The bike sticker must be placed on the bike so that it is visible to USAT officials. It will also be used to match to racer so that athletes can remove their bikes from transition after the race.

-The race bracelet must be worn to enter the transition area and the food tent.  It must be worn during the race.

There will be body marking on on Saturday morning.

Pre-Race Meeting: The Pre-race meeting will take place on Saturday @ 6:45am at the site.


Parking – Race Day
The county has altered the flow of West Brook Road and the section of West Brook Road that used to run away from the lake is now metered parking. There will be no parking along the other portion of the West Brook Road as that will now be 2-way traffic. There will also be parking available at Million Dollar Beach parking lot and at the Village of Lake George parking - both on Beach Road. As we things progress, we will update the information and pass along.

Race Day Packet Pick-up
Available at the race site from 5 a.m to 6:30 a.m SHARP!!  Race starts @ 7:00 am.

Chip Pick-up
You can pick up your chips at the Score-This timing table.  Remember to bring your running bib to get it scanned when you pick up your chip.  Score-This will be providing timing for the event.  If you have your own neoprene band for the chip you may wear.  You can also use your own timing chip if you have it – please bring it to the scoring table.  Your timing chips will need to be retrieved at the finish line.  Please be patient or help us remove the chips after you cross the line…

Swim Waves

Will be announced as we get closer to the race.

We are going to have porta-potties and a handicap porta-potty at the transition area.  We are going to put 2 inside the transition area.  The others will be near the transition area.  The locker rooms at Million Dollar Beach will be opened at 6am.  Also the restrooms there can be used at any point during the day. 


The awards will be begin at 11am.

Post Race Food
We will have plenty of water and lots of food after the race. There will also be some fruit, bagels, cookies and maybe even some donuts. Food is for race participants and volunteers only and racers must have your race bracelet on in order to enter the food tent. Volunteers only need to be wearing their volunteer shirt.


Spectator parking is located all over Lake George.  If you have family and friends coming to watch the race, there are plenty of opportunities for them to see you. 


Spectators are welcome to watch the swim start from anywhere along the shore.  Million Dollar Beach will be open for  swimming.  Please be patient with us in allowing spectators to move across Beach Road.  Our number one priority is safety for both race participants and specators.  The road is open to traffic, but will be controlled by the sheriff department.  Please keep in mind that racers enter transition from the swim and will exit for the bike on Beach Road.