International distance includes four laps, sprint distance is two laps and the First Tri is one and done. Back to T2 and then out on the run, which follows the south side of Lady Bird Lake then crosses the Ann Richards Bridge, famous for the largest urban bat colony in the U.S., with millions of bats taking to the skies from its superstructure at dusk. International distance athletes complete two laps of the run course, and everyone finishes at the Palmer Events Center to a jammin’ finish and post-race festival.
Relay transition area
A designated relay area will be available near the run out area of the transition. Relay teams will use this area for both transitions. Swimmers will meet their biker in the pen. Biker will run to their designated bike rack, put on the timing chip and exit. Upon return, biker will rack their bike and meet their runner in the relay pen. Runner will exit to complete the race.
.93-mile swim | 24.8-mile bike | 6.2-mile run
.46-mile swim | 12.42-mile bike | 3.1-mile run
.25-mile swim | 6.21-mile bike | 3.1-mile run
Expo and race day: Public parking is available throughout downtown Austin. Specific parking lots open to Life Time Tri CapTex athletes and spectators are: