ORANGE COUNTY TRIATHLON & DUATHLON

LAKE MISSION VIEJO

OCTOBER 10, 2021

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join our RACE

OPEN TO EVERYONE AT ANY LEVEL

The Orange County International Triathlon invites young and old, experienced and beginner athletes to join us at beautiful Lake Mission Viejo for a great race.

SWIM

1.5 Kilometers through the calm waters of Lake Mission Viejo with full lifeguard support and comfortable wave sizes

 

BIKE

40 Kilometers up and down Santiago Canyon

Close-up of the foot of a young man cycling.

RUN

10 Kilometers on the trails and surface streets near Lake Mission Viejo with aid stations about every mile.

 

CELEBRATE

with friends and family at beautiful Lake Mission Viejo

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

SATURDAY
OCTOBER 9, 2021

Day Before the Event

 
Race Packet Pick up opens (location TBD)
Transition 1 opens for bike drop off and setup at Lake Mission Viejo (OPTIONAL)
Transition 2 Opens
Course Talk (location TBD)
Course Talk (location TBD)
Race Packet Pick up, Expo and Transition 1 Close
Transition 2 Closes

SUNDAY
OCTOBER 10, 2021

Day of the Event

 
Gate opens at Lake Mission Viejo
Transition 1 Opens
Transition 2 Opens for Duathletes Only
VIP Packet Pick-up Opens – VIP Lounge Opens
Course Talk
Transition Areas Close
First Wave of Triathlon and Duathlon Start (Duathlon Starts at Transition 2)
Expo Opens at Lake Mission Viejo
Transition 2 Opens for Athlete Gear Pickup
Awards Ceremony
Transition 2 Closes

REGISTRATION PACKAGES

BASIC
PACKAGE

All the Goodies included in the Registration

VIP PACKAGE

SIGN UP FOR VIP

INDIVIDUAL OR RELAY TEAM

PRICING

1-Dumbbell

DUATHLON

Open – 3/21/21 – $115.00

3/22/21 – 6/6/21 – $130.00

6/7/21 – 8/8/21 – $145.00

8/9/21 – 9/12/21 – $160.00

9/13/21 – Close – $175.00

TRIATHLON

Open – 3/21/21 – $150.00

3/22/21 – 6/6/21 – $165.00

6/7/21 – 8/8/21 – $180.00

8/9/21 – 9/12/21 – $195.00

9/13/21 – Close – $210.00

17-Dumbbell

RELAY

Open – 3/21/21 – $200.00

3/22/21 – 6/6/21 – $225.00

6/7/21 – 8/8/21 – $250.00

8/9/21 – 9/12/21 – $275.00

9/13/21 – Close – $300.00

AQUABIKE

Open – 3/21/21 – $110.00

3/22/21 – 6/6/21 – $125.00

6/7/21 – 8/8/21 – $140.00

8/9/21 – 9/12/21 – $155.00

9/13/21 – Close – $175.00

SPECTATOR INFO

Lake Mission Viejo is a fantastic venue for friends and family to hang out during the race. 

Please visit their website for more information.

SWAG COMING SOON

MEDAL

HOODIE

Disclaimer: Final designs may vary.

RACE RESULTS

Breakdown by the Following Categories

TRIATHLON

DUATHLON

RELAY

Call-To-Action

VOLUNTEER

Thank you for your interest in volunteering.  Volunteers are the life blood of our races.  We appreciate everyone of you!

Volunteer sign ups will be available early next year.  If you’d like to be added to our list, please message us.

If you have a group that would like to use this opportunity as a fundraiser please reach out!

Thank you for your support!

HOTEL RESERVATIONS

PLAN YOUR STAY

FREQUENTLY ASKED

QUESTIONS

Additional details will be emailed out to the participants race week and posted on website and social media.

The race is on October 10, 2021 with packet pick up and expo on October 9, 2021.

The Triathlon and Relay race starts and finishes at Lake Mission Viejo, 22555 Olympiad Rd, Mission Viejo, CA 92692.

The Duathlon starts at Transition 2 and finishes at Lake Mission Viejo, T2 is located caddy corner of the Saddleback Church Offices, 20532 El Toro Rd, Mission Viejo, CA 92692.

The Triathlon will start in waves with the first wave at 7:00am, the Duathlon will start at 7:30am.

Wave starts are used to lessen the amount of participants in the water at the start.

Unless you purchased the VIP package or Raceday Pickup, you must pick up your race gear and set up your T2 on Saturday October 9, 2021.

Race packet pick up location is at Lake Mission Viejo, 22555 Olympiad Rd, Mission Viejo, CA 92692, between the hours of 12pm and 4pm.

Race packet will include your transition wristband, race number, bike number, helmet number, silicone swim cap and timing chip.  You’ll also receive your souvenir sweatshirt and custom goodie (TBD).

The cut-off time for the swim is 8:30 am.  All participants must be on the bike by 8:40 am.

Every athlete that makes the swim cut-off will be allowed to finish, the course may divert to sidewalks towards the end of the event.

The water temp should be around  70° Fahrenheit / 21° Celsius.

It’s approximately 300′ from the swim exit to the transition area.

The Duathlon starts just outside of T2.

Yes, T1 will be open during the packet pick up and expo hours for setup.  Security will be onsite overnight to watch your gear.

No, participants will need to provide their own bike.

Total elevation gain for the bike is approximately 1738′.

Aid stations are at approximately mile 1.5, mile 3 and mile 4.5.  Each aid station will have a restroom.

Unfortunately no.  We do, however, offer deferrals up until September 1, 2021 for a small processing fee.  Please contact us at info@octriseries.com.

The Orange County Triathlon is proud to partner with National and Local Charities.

CHARITY PARTNER

The Orange County Triathlon is proud to partner with the Hirshberg Foundation
for Pancreatic Cancer Research.

Brandon Walters of Gemini Timing has been a part of the Orange County Triathlon for the past seven years.   Now, with his new company Five Point Productions, he is the owner of the Orange County Triathlon. Brandon was looking for his next step in the race industry and when it turned out a race date had already been set for June 3rd, it was kismet for the date of the Orange County Triathlon 2018 falls on his father Richard’s birthday.

In December 2016, Brandon’s seemingly healthy dad Richard was rushed to the hospital with what initially seemed like symptoms of an ear infection but turned out to be a T.I.A (a minor stroke). Once in the emergency room he mentioned that he was short of breath, which resulted in a full body scan. The doctors found blood clots which led them to a diagnosis nobody expected, Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer.  

Because of his partnerships in the running industry through Gemini Timing, Brandon had done races with the Hirshberg Foundation, founded by Agi Hirshberg in honor of her late husband Ronald S. Hirshberg, who passed away from Pancreatic Cancer and he reached out for help. He and his family were overwhelmed by their generosity. Brandon would receive weekly, sometimes daily calls to check on not only Brandon and his father but the entire family and offer their support. Agi and her team at the Hirshberg Foundation helped Brandon’s family through the uncertainty of this horrible disease.

Unfortunately, in April 2017 Richard Walters passed away. Agi and The Hirshberg Foundation has continued to be a support system to this day.   When Brandon took on the Orange County Triathlon he saw this as the perfect opportunity to give back to the people who had helped his family so much as well as raise awareness and funds for research in the hopes that one day Pancreatic Cancer can be eradicated.

This is your opportunity as well to combat this awful disease. Very little is known about pancreatic cancer and it is often called a silent killer. There are not “routine screens” or tests, and very few symptoms that make Pancreatic Cancer the obvious diagnosis. Help us to end Pancreatic Cancer by donating today.

Thank you.

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