The Rules

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For a team to qualify in the co-ed category, you must have the following male/female ratios.

3 members – 1 female completing at least 1 leg
4 members – 2 leg minimum completed by females
5 members – 2 leg minimum completed by females
6 members – 3 leg minimum completed by females
7 members – 3 leg minimum completed by females

Shoes and necessary running attire.

Please refrain from running backwards, blind-folded or piggy-back.

Stand-up Paddle Boards will be permitted for this leg. Coast Guard approved life jackets are REQUIRED AND MUST BE WORN for this leg of the race. All life jackets are subject to inspection, and if found to be unfit, could lead to the disqualification of the participant and/or the team. No water ski belts will be allowed. There must be one whistle per water craft. Kayakers must be capable of performing a self-rescue or be able to sit on top of the kayak. The boat must be paddled by one person with a double-bladed paddle as the sole means of propulsion. Paddlers must be able to handle their craft in all conditions. It is recommended that racers use a boat with which they are familiar. Wear appropriate clothing for the weather or possible immersion in the water.

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You MUST have a Certification Sticker on your boat to launch in Whitefish Lake!


Absolutely NO DRAFTING during this leg of the race. For teams of 3 or more, road bike leg must be done by one racer only! Only partners are allowed to split the road bike legs between two people. Helmets are mandatory. ALL RACERS MUST OBEY ALL TRAFFIC MONITORS AND VOLUNTEERS.
FAILURE TO DO SO WILL MEAN DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE RACE.

Helmets are mandatory. Biking gloves are highly recommended. Bikes must be in good condition. Fairings will not be allowed. Cyclocross and road style bikes will not be allowed. Racers must follow the flagged path.
FAILURE TO DO SO WILL MEAN DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE RACE.

The canoe leg may either be completed in a one man or a two man canoe. For those entered in the Individual/partner division you will be allowed to use a one man canoe, paddle board or kayak. You must know how to use the equipment you race with. Coast Guard approved life jackets are REQUIRED AND MUST BE WORN for this leg of the race. All life jackets are subject to inspection, and if found to be unfit, can lead to the disqualification of the participant and/or the team. No water ski belts will be allowed. No electric bilge pumps will be allowed. There must be one whistle per water craft. All canoeists are required to wear shoes that are either strapped or laced on. No flipflops or bare feet are allowed. Also wear appropriate clothing for the weather and bring water to prevent dehydration.

Click HERE for Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Online Self-Certification Test.

You MUST have a Certification Sticker on your boat to launch in Whitefish Lake!