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Checkin for all is Thursday, 14 July 2016
Race Start for all is 7:00 a.m. Friday, 15 July 2016
Single Anvil Race Finish is 1:00 a.m. Saturday, 16 July 2016
Single Anvil Awards Ceremony/Lunch is Saturday, 16 July 2016
Double Anvil Race Finish is 10:00 p.m. Saturday, 16 July 2016
Double Anvil Awards Ceremony/Lunch is Sunday, 17 July 2016
Dawn Breaks: 3:18 a.m. Sunrise: 5:40 a.m. Sunset: 8:57 p.m. Dark Descends: 11:19 p.m.
Moon Phase Brightness: 83% Moon Rises: 5:13 p.m. Moon Sets: 2:29 a.m.
Check In, Race Start and Bad Ass Single Anvil Awards Ceremony/Lunch will be at Henry Hagg Lake Boat Ramp & Recreation Area C.
Double Anvil Awards Ceremony/Lunch will be at 1910 Main ~ An American Bistro.
Cost for this crazy fun!
Please see race application for Price Increase Dates and Application Deadlines!
Double Anvil Solo: $685.00
Double Anvil Team: 2 Person $Check app for prices 3 Pers $
Single Anvil Solo: $350.00
The Double and Single Anvil races are sanctioned by USAT (United States Triathlon Association) and the Double Anvil solo race by IUTA (International Ultra Triathlon Association). You must have a yearly membership license with USAT or purchase a one day license for $15.00, available at race checkin. The IUTA Fee has been merged into the race fee already, there is no longer a yearly or one day race fee, team members do not need a IUTA license.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: Up until Application Deadline you can either put your monies towards next years race OR get a refund minus $50.00. After the Application Deadline you can put your monies towards next year's race and have $75.00 deducted or get your monies refunded minus a $100.00 fee.
Reservation Fee: We will no longer reserve a spot for you without an application and down payment. To reserve a spot, send in the application and $250.00, the final payments will still have to be made by the payment cutoff dates stated on the application form. Any refunds will fall under the Cancellation/Refund Policy.
Payment: You can either send a check/Money Order (U.S. Dollars) made out to Steve Kirby or use PayPal to pay for your entry fee and any other fees associated with the race (Shelter Rental, Support Crew help, food for your support, etc). If you use PayPal, use my email address steve@USAUltraTri.com to send the monies and send me an email telling me you just did it so I can be on the lookout for it. When you have your PayPal page up, click on the "Send Money" tab, put in my email address, the amount and then click on the second Radio Button "I'm sending money to family or friends”. Don’t use “I'm paying for goods or services” as I will be charged a fee. For athletes sending in other forms of payment besides U.S. Funds or PayPal, please check with me first before you do so as there are bank fees associated with other forms of payment. Good luck and let me know if you have a problem.
What you get for entering the race!
For entering you get a Race Bag at check-in to include Quality Heavyweight Race T-Shirt, Trailrunner Mag, and other goodies; HammerGel, Heed Drink, and E-Caps nutrition product; Pre-Race Pasta Dinner; Awards Lunch and Ceremony; and other items. For finishing the race you get a Placement or Finishers Buckle, IUTA Finishers Medallion, and a high quality long sleeve technical shirt with race logo and 2014 Finisher on left breast and for the men and woman finishing First, Second or Third Place ~ a embroidered jacket; and (always enuf men but need at least 6 women racing) a free entry for First Place men and women, 50 percent off for Second place and 33% off for Third Place.
Above items are subject to change.
Park staff says water temps are about 67 degrees. On average, the high in July is 81 degrees and the low is 54. July has the least amount of rain, at .44 inches, less than half an inch.
Double Anvil Athletes must be at least 21 years of age and have completed a IRON/FULL distance triathlon or other significant accomplishements. Recommended to have ultra distance swims, bikes and runs as well.
Single Anvil Athletes must be at least 18 years of age and we highly recommend having completed a Half IRON/Half distance triathlon or other significant accomplishements. We also recommended to have some type of ultra distance swims, bikes and runs as well.
Double Anvil Athletes have 39 hours (3 more hours than the normal Double's allow) to complete the race. Once the race starts, the clock keeps ticking, even if you take a couple hours nap. This race is formatted the same as any other triathlon with you completing the 4.8 mile swim first, then complete the 224 mile bike course and finish with the 52.4 mile run course. The race starts 7:00 a.m. Friday and you have until 10:00 p.m. Saturday to officially finish the race. Awards Lunch will take place late Sunday morning - time to be announced.
Single Anvil Athletes have 18 hours (1 hour more than the normal Ironman/Full distance allow) to complete the race. Once the race starts, the clock keeps ticking, even if you take a nap, which we expect you not to do. The race starts 7:00 a.m. Friday and you have until 1:00 a.m. Saturday to officially finish the race. Awards Lunch will take place Saturday - time to be announced (somewhere around noon), at the park next to the race site.
We have arranged with two different hotels to provide space for you.
Best Western Univeristy Inn located at 3933 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, OR 97116 (503) 992-8888.
Click here for the Best Western Website
Regular Room with 2 Queen Beds - $140.00
Studio Suite with 2 Queen Beds - $167.00
*rates are per room, per night, and do not include tax
McMenamins Grand Lodge located at 3505 Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, OR 97116 (503) 992-9533 Toll Free (877) 992-9530. Click here for McMenamins Grand Lodge Website
they have rooms with a bunk bed that sleeps two for a low rate or they have rooms with twin or Queen beds. All there rooms are very reasonably priced. They only have rooms for mid week, Sat night are already sold out
You can't miss the Grand Lodge in Forest Grove. Hotels in the area don't typically feature stately columns or expansive gardens. Inside, guestrooms at the Grand Lodge have added personality, with whimsical artwork, original porcelain sinks and historic charm. Guests may choose from rooms with private baths or convenient shared bathrooms down each hall. The hotel's bunk rooms feature bunk beds and original porcelain sinks. Overnight guests can enjoy complimentary use of the outdoor, heated soaking pool.
The swim is in the lake at Hagg Lake Park. Most everyone will wear a wetsuit.
Click here for the USAT Website rules and Frequently Asked Questions on wetsuits. Basically, as long as your wetsuit is not more than 5mm thick, it can be used.
Click here for the USAT Website list of approved Skinsuits and Speedsuits.
Below are links for the maps of the course ~ showing the lake swim, bike course in the park, and run course and timing/transition area. "THESE will be loaded soon as I get them done, wanted to get the rest of the site up/this is posted 6 Sep 2013
There are pictures on two different race pages showing pre-race and the swim; and the next page has bike, run and banquet pics. As this is the first year for the race, we do not have this pictures yet but after the July 2014 race, this area will have pictures published to it.
Click here to show Portland to the right, Forest Grove where the hotels are and the lake/park area to the left.
Click here to show an Overview of Henry Hagg Lake area with the swim course in green (1,584 feet length/3,168 feet loop); bike course in red (10.5 mile loop); run course in yellow (1.45 mile loop). Bike and run mileage is an estimate based on the Google Earth tracking system, we will be working to get an accurate meausuement for these two courses. The swim course will be 1,584 feet (8 laps to complete) as long as the water is high enough, otherwise we will use 1,056 feet length/2,112 feet loop (12 laps to complete)
Click here to show the parking lot we will use as the transition area.
Click here to show a larger view of the transtion/parking lot area.
Click here to show the swim course.
Click here to show the bike course.
Click here to show the Garmin bike profile for the course.
Click here to show the 42.1 Mile/67.8K Strava bike profile for the course that Angie Gerber did, she rode 4 loops.
Click here to show the run course.