RACE INFO

SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 2020

The 2020 Whistler X Triathlon takes place in and around Lost Lake Park, Whistler, B.C. The course is open to the public on race day. We go to great lengths to let the public know that a race will be occurring as we strive to provide an efficient and competitor-friendly schedule.

* There is no parking available at Lost Lake Parking lot on race day, but the start, finish and transition area is accessible by the Valley Trail, and is a fifteen minute walk, or five minute bike ride from Whistler Village.

*  Dogs are not permitted at Lost Lake Park Beach, so please leave your four-legged race crew at home (Canine Cove is a designated off-leash area about 500 meters from the Lost Lake Beach).

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER EVENT

Great news this year as the Whistler X Triathlon will have Age Group World Championship qualifying spots for the 2021 ITU World Cross Triathlon Championships in Townsville, Australia! 

We will have more details on age group spots shortly! Sign up to receive all the relevant updates (bottom of the home page). 

PACKAGE PICKUP

  • Take advantage of our pre-race package pickup to save you time and stress on race day!

 

Saturday, June 13
  • 3pm – 6pm
  • Location to be determined
 
Sunday, June 14
  • 6:30am – 7:30am
  • Lost Lake Park – Race Transition 

Important Information:

  • Photo identification is required to pick up your race package. Triathlon BC does not allow us to give you your race package without ID.

  • Only YOU can pick up your race package.

  • Waivers will be available to fill out and must be signed before your race package will be issued.

  • Triathlon BC membership numbers will all be validated prior to race day.

  • Your package will include a bib number, a swim cap and timing chip (pins included).

CORONA VIRUS UPDATE

Whistler X Triathlon relies on our public health agency, Vancouver Coastal Health, for information and guidance. Unless directed after specific consultation with officials, the Whistler X Triathlon will proceed on June 14th.
http://www.vch.ca/about-us/news/vancouver-coastal-health-statement-on-coronavirus
At this time the risk to residents in the Vancouver Coastal Health region remains low. We are not asking schools or other public buildings to close or have the public take any special precautions beyond the usual measures recommended to prevent other cold or flu viruses.

Statement on public gatherings: https://youtu.be/PhGxz7Sy4tA