Medical personnel will provide on-site first aid and medical assistance if needed. There will be roaming medical and also medical stationed at the finish line.


Let’s get real- We don’t know what we’d do without the fun-loving people that come out and give their time to support events. PLEASE show them the utmost respect and freely pass out “Thank you’s” and high 5’s! Know someone that wants to volunteer? Send them here to be a part of Utah’s longest running triathlon series!

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Bib Numbers

Your bib must be worn on your front for the full duration you are on the course.

Nutrition and Aid Stations

here are aid stations located at every mile to mile and a ½ beginning at mile 2 on the run course. Each aid station can vary, but typically there will be water and an electrolyte replacement on the course. Longer operating aid stations may have gels, pretzels, cookies and other yummy goodies!


All participants will be timed and will be provided their overall finish time. Instructions for chip use will be provided in your race packet however, you will not receive your chip until race morning.


Preliminary results will be posted at the race site. Official results will be posted on the Coreterra Racing Results page the day after the race.


Overall Male and Female winners for each event go 3 deep. Overall winners will be taken out of the running for age group awards.

Age groups: 1/2: 10 year age groups as follows: under 20; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70+
Age groups: 10K and 10k: 5-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-29; 30-39; 40-49; 50-59; 60-69; 70+