Race Day Info

The Rocky Point Triathlon is hosted at the BEAUTIFUL Las Palomas Resort and Spa.  It is a gated resort, so all athletes and spectators will be required to have athlete or guest wristbands which can be acquired at packet pick up on Friday  April 29th. 

START TIMES -

Olympic -10:00 am

Sprint - 10:15 am

10K - 10:45 am

5K - 10:47 am

 

 

Aid Stations-  There are no Bike Aide Stations. There are two water stations on the run course with bottles of water at each station.  

 

POST RACE FOOD - 

Athletes will be able to enjoy a post race buffet of chips, salsa, quesadillas and more compliments of Las Palomas. And thanks to our beer sponsor for a free beer at the finish line as well! 

 

TRACKING INFO -

Due to limited wifi, we will not have live race tracking but you will be able to check your results online

 

  

 

WHERE TO PARK TO WATCH THE EVENT ON THE COURSE - 

All non-guests of Las Palomas will be asked to park at the golf course as you pull in. From there you are allowed to watch the bike from that location or walk down to the beach to watch the swim start and also race finish. 

 

ARE THERE ANY RESTAURANTS OPEN ON RACE DAY MORNING? 

The best way is to check at the front desk of the resort as things change due to staffing. However, the restaurant in Phase 1 will be open on race morning. 

 

BAG DROP

 

There will not be a bag drop available.  Please have a plan for a spectator to watch your belongings or leave it in transition next to your bike.

WEATHER POLICY - 

The Rocky Point Triathlon reserves the right to delay, move, change or cancel the event due to weather.  High winds are always a reality on The Sea of Cortez. If we have high waves, we will either shorten or cancel the swim portion of the triathlon.  

 

Delay: The start of the any of the events can be delayed up to one hour if any of the above mentioned conditions exist.

REFUND POLICY

We have a no refund and no deferral policy.  We will only allow for deferrals if a global pandemic that shuts down the world for two years...but what are the chances of that happening?   You can transfer your registration to another athlete.