2006 NORTH DAKOTA TRIATHLON RESULTS
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* * * 2006 RACES * * *

Sunday, February 26, 2006 Minot, ND: Minot Family YMCA Blizzard Biathlon
Adults: Run 5 miles, Swim 500 yards
Kids: Run 1 mile, Swim 100 yards
Location: Minot Family YMCA 3515 16th ST SW
Race Info At: ymcaminot.org
Course Info: Two loop run with 2 moderate hills each loop. Swim in a 25 yard pool.
2006 Results At: Click Here
You may register at the YMCA or mail completed form to the Minot Family YMCA, PO. Box 69, Minot, ND 58702

Saturday May 13, 2006 ::: Grand Forks, ND: Dewey Kvidt Memorial Duathlon
Run 3 miles, Bike 15 miles, Run 3 miles
Start Time: 8:30 a.m.
Location: Ulland Park / Softball Complex
Course Info: Flat throughout. The bike transition area will be occupying part of the Ulland Park parking area.
More: Cash awards to top 3 male and female finishers.
  • All participants receive an event t-shirt, goodies bag and post-race refreshments.
  • A number of door prizes will also be given away during the awards ceremony.
    Directions To Race: Ulland Park is located at 47th Avenue South and South Columbia Road.
  • From I-29 North or South, take the 32nd Avenue exit and head east on 32nd to Columbia Road. Turn right on Columbia Road and head south to 47th Avenue. Turn left on 47th Avenue and head east. The parking lot for Ulland Park and South Middle School will be on your right
    2006 Results At: deweydu.org
  • Saturday, June 10, 2006 ::: Bismarck, North Dakota: Bismarck Triathlon
    Swim 500 meters, Bike 12 miles, Run 3 miles
    Start Time: 10:00 am
    Location: McDowell Dam
    Price: $20
    Course Info: Sprint Triathlon
  • Swim is out-and-back in McDowell Dam.
  • Bike course begins at McDowell Dam, travels 1.5 miles south to Old Highway 10, East on Old 10 for 4.5 miles, back to the dam.
  • Run is an out and back 1.5 miles each direction from the dam to old 10.
    Directions: McDowell Dam is located 5 miles east of Bismarck Old Highway 10
    2006 Results: Click Here
  • Friday July 14, 2006 ::: Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota: 2005 Prairie Rose State Games
    Day #1
    Sports Compitition
    email: tom@prairierose.org
    Event Information On-Line At: prairierose.org
    Sports May Include: Archery, Baseball, Basketball, BMX, Bowling, Cycling, Diving, Fencing, Track and Field Events, Figure Skating, Golf, In-Line Skating, Mountain Biking, Racewalk, Racquetball, Rifle, 5k & 10k Roadrace, Shooting, Skateboarding, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, and Wrestling
    More: Patterned after the Olympic games The Prairie Rose State Games was started by the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department under the direction of then Governor George Sinner in 1987. That year 3000 athletes participated in 12 events. Since then more than 87,000 participants have participated in over 38 events to make the Prairie Rose State Games one of the largest per capita state games competition in the United States. Each year the Prairie Rose State Games are hosted by the park districts in one of the four host communities who plan, manage and sponsor the event. These park districts spend many hours preparing for the games and managing hundreds of volunteers annually.
    2005 Triathlon Results At: prairierose.org (.pdf file)
    Minot is in northwest North Dakota, 110 miles north of Bismarck
    66 miles west of Rugby
    10 miles south of Ruthville

    Saturday July 15, 2006 ::: Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota: Prairie Rose State Triathlon
    Swim 750 meters, Bike 12.4 miles, Run 3.1 miles
    Start Time:
  • 6:30 to 7:45am: Registration and Body Marking
  • 7:45am: Pre Race Meeting
  • 8:00am: Race Start
    Location: McDowell Dam
    Phone: (701) 328-4952
    email: jmattern@state.nd.us
    Event Information On-Line At: prairierose.org
    Event Flyer On-Line At: TriFind.com - This is a huge .pdf file (2597-KB) we suggest you don't open it if you have dial up.
    Price: $25 on Race Day
    2005 Triathlon Results At: prairierose.org (.pdf file)
    Minot is in northwest North Dakota, 110 miles north of Bismarck
    66 miles west of Rugby
    10 miles south of Ruthville
  • Saturday July 15, 2006 :::: Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota: Prairie Rose State Games Day #2
    Sports Compitition
    email: tom@prairierose.org
    Event Information On-Line At: prairierose.org
    Sports May Include: Archery, Baseball, Basketball, BMX, Bowling, Cycling, Diving, Fencing, Track and Field Events, Figure Skating, Golf, In-Line Skating, Mountain Biking, Racewalk, Racquetball, Rifle, 5k & 10k Roadrace, Shooting, Skateboarding, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, and Wrestling
    More: Patterned after the Olympic games The Prairie Rose State Games was started by the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department under the direction of then Governor George Sinner in 1987. That year 3000 athletes participated in 12 events. Since then more than 87,000 participants have participated in over 38 events to make the Prairie Rose State Games one of the largest per capita state games competition in the United States. Each year the Prairie Rose State Games are hosted by the park districts in one of the four host communities who plan, manage and sponsor the event. These park districts spend many hours preparing for the games and managing hundreds of volunteers annually.
    2005 Triathlon Results At: prairierose.org (.pdf file)
    Minot is in northwest North Dakota, 110 miles north of Bismarck
    66 miles west of Rugby
    10 miles south of Ruthville

    Sunday July 16, 2006 :::: Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota: Prairie Rose State Games Day #3
    Sports Compitition
    email: tom@prairierose.org
    Event Information On-Line At: prairierose.org
    Sports May Include: Archery, Baseball, Basketball, BMX, Bowling, Cycling, Diving, Fencing, Track and Field Events, Figure Skating, Golf, In-Line Skating, Mountain Biking, Racewalk, Racquetball, Rifle, 5k & 10k Roadrace, Shooting, Skateboarding, Soccer, Softball, Swimming,, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball, and Wrestling
    More: Patterned after the Olympic games The Prairie Rose State Games was started by the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department under the direction of then Governor George Sinner in 1987. That year 3000 athletes participated in 12 events. Since then more than 87,000 participants have participated in over 38 events to make the Prairie Rose State Games one of the largest per capita state games competition in the United States. Each year the Prairie Rose State Games are hosted by the park districts in one of the four host communities who plan, manage and sponsor the event. These park districts spend many hours preparing for the games and managing hundreds of volunteers annually.
    2005 Triathlon Results At: prairierose.org (.pdf file)

    Saturday, July 29, 2006 ::: Dickinson, North Dakota: West River Triathlon
    Swim mile, Bike 12 miles, Run 3 miles
    Start Time: 8:30 am
    Location: West River Community Center
    email: dprd@dickinsonparks.org
    Price Individual: $35 before July 17th and $45 after July 17th
    Price Team: $60 before July 17 and $75 after July 17
    Course Info: Sprint Triathlon
  • Swim: Indoor 25 yard pool
  • Bike: Basically a out and back route with volunteers and local law enforcement assisting in traffic control.
  • Run: A loop that will start and finish at the Community Center.
    2006 Results At: pickleevents.com
    2005 Results At: pickleevents.com
  • Sunday, September 17, 2006 ::: Mandan, North Dakota: Lifenets Triathlon
    Swim 500 yards, Bike 13 miles, Run 3 miles
    Start Time: Late registration and body marking at 7:30am. Race begins at 9am. Childrens events to follow.
    Location: Mandan Community Center
    Phone: (701) 667 3260
    email: lschield@pol.net
    Register On-Line At: Active.com
    Price: $40 ind.adult, $75 adult team, $20 ind youth (7-14yo), $45 youth team
    Course Info: Sprint Triathlon
  • 500 yard pool swim
  • 13 mile bike, Well marked highway bike with some hills
  • Beautiful 3 mile trail run (other shorter distances for children listed on website)
    More: Registration includes a t-shirt, event insurance and concessions for each registered participant.
    2006 Results At: Click Here




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