2013 Ottawa ITU Duathlon World Championships

Contact Information

Email: Kendra Isaak, Event Manager & Norm O'Reilly, Race Chair

Phone: 416 • 920 • 7044

Fax: 416 • 920 • 7408

Mailing Address: Kendra Isaak, Event Manager, TrojanOne – 10 Alcorn Ave, Suite 101, Toronto, ON, M4V 3A9, Canada

Event Information

Entry Fee: 225 CAD

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is pleased to announce that Ottawa, Canada will now act as the 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships for Under23, Junior, Paraduathlon and Age-Group athletes, replacing the previous host city Segovia.

The elite races for the 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships will be held at the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia.

Key Dates
August 8th – 10th: Expo, Opening Ceremonies, Pasta Party, Race Day and Awards

Event Schedule: http://www.ottawaduathlon.com/en/event-schedule/

REGISTRATION
Due to several countries having late qualifiers we have extended the registration deadline to July 12th. All Elite Junior, Elite U23 ,Age-Group and Paralympic athletes need to be registered through the ITU registration system by this time. Please see below key dates moving forward:

  Friday July 12th – Registration Closes
      NF must confirm final team and register athletes in ITU online registration system
      List of athletes to be sent to LOC at kristyn.turner@trojanone.com

  Wednesday July 17 – Invoicing Begins
      Invoices will be sent to NF via email

  July 31 – Payment Due
      Full payment due to LOC by NF (CAD$225/athlete + taxes)


COURSES
Just steps from Parliament Hill and our host hotel, participants will start at the Canadian War Museum and travel along the Ottawa River coastline. Spectacular views of downtown Ottawa & Gatineau will provide the backdrop as participants race along this world class course.

1ST RUN
5km
Number of laps: 2 or 1
Loop course, flat, along parkway, closed course
Run Course Map: http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_1st_Run.png
Parkdale Ave. Roundabout Map: http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Parkdale.png

BIKE
20km
Number of laps: 2 or 1
Loop course, flat, fast, along parkway, closed course
Bike Course Maps:
http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_Bike.png
http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_Bike_2.png
http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_Bike_3.png
http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_Bike_4.png
Tunneys Pasture Map: http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Tunneys_Pasture_Bike.png

2ND RUN
2.5km
Number of laps: 2 or 1
Loop course, flat along parkway, closed course
Run Course Map: http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/Ottawa_Dua_2nd_Run.png

Course Map: http://www.triathlon.org/uploads/events/OD_COURSE_MAP12.jpg

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Sprint World Championship Course – Age Groupers

First Run: 1 lap, 5km per lap
Starts on the 2 north lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, athletes head west along the parkway to the Parkdale Ave overpass. Doing a 180 turn, athletes will follow the roundabout under the parkway to enter Tunney’s Pasture at Goldenrod Driveway. Athletes will complete a loop of the parking area and return to the finish.

Bike: 1 lap, 20km per lap
The cycle starts on the 2 south lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway and complete the course in a clockwise fashion – athletes will stay to the left at all times. Travelling down the parkway, athletes will take a left turn into Tunney’s Pasture. A quick right turn onto Goldenrod Driveway followed by a left onto Colombine Driveway. Athletes will turn right onto Tunney’s Pasture Driveway, right onto Sorel Driveway and right again on Sir Fredrick Banting Driveway. A final right turn back onto Goldenrod Driveway takes the athletes back to the parkway. Athletes continue west along the parkway to the turnaround point just before Carling Ave.

Second Run: 1 lap, 2.5km per lap
Exit transition onto Sir John A. Macdonald towards the Parkdale Ave roundabout. Run turnaround before the Parkdale Ave roundabout.

Standard World Championship Course – Age Groupers

First Run: 2 laps, 5km per lap
Starts on the 2 north lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, athletes head west along the parkway to the Parkdale Ave overpass. Doing a 180 turn, athletes will follow the roundabout under the parkway to enter Tunney’s Pasture at Goldenrod Driveway. Athletes will complete a loop of the parking area and return to the finish.

Bike: 2 laps, 20km per lap
The cycle starts on the 2 south lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald and completes the course in a clockwise fashion – athletes will stay to the left at all times. Travelling down the parkway, athletes will take a left turn into Tunney’s Pasture. A quick right turn onto Goldenrod Driveway followed by a left onto Colombine Driveway. Athletes will turn right onto Tunney’s Pasture Driveway, right onto Sorel Driveway and right again on Sir Fredrick Banting Driveway. A final right turn back onto Goldenrod Driveway takes the athletes back to the parkway. Athletes continue west along the parkway to the turnaround point just before Carling Ave.

Second Run: 2 laps, 2.5km per lap
Exit transition onto Sir John A. Macdonald towards the Parkdale Ave roundabout. Run turnaround before the Parkdale Ave roundabout.

U23 / Junior Championship Course

First Run: 1 lap, 5km per lap
Starts on the 2 north lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, athletes head west along the parkway to the Parkdale Ave overpass. Doing a 180 turn, athletes will follow the roundabout under the parkway to enter Tunney’s Pasture at Goldenrod Driveway. Athletes will complete a loop of the parking area and return to the finish.

Bike: 3 laps, 6.5km per lap
The cycle starts on the 2 south lanes of Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway and complete the course in a clockwise fashion – athletes will stay to the left at all times. Travelling down the parkway, athletes will take a left turn into Tunney’s Pasture. A quick right turn onto Goldenrod Driveway followed by a left onto Colombine Driveway. Athletes will turn right onto Tunney’s Pasture Driveway, right onto Sorel Driveway and right again on Sir Fredrick Banting Driveway. The next left turn takes athletes onto Goldenrod Driveway and a final right turn will take athletes back along the parkway to the transition area.

Second Run: 1 lap, 2.5km per lap
Exit transition onto Sir John A. Macdonald towards the Parkdale Ave roundabout. Run turnaround before the Parkdale Ave roundabout.