Lake Logan Aquathon 2014

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7:30 AM


Sunday, August 03, 2014


Lake Logan Episcopal Center - Canton, NC


Event Completed


1500 meter Swim
5k Run


Thursday, July 31, 2014  7:30 AM


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Lake Logan Aquathon





Glory Hound Events is partnering with Recover Brands of Asheville to provide race participants with a high-quality race shirt made from recycled plastic bottles. The shirts are 50/50 and will be available in men's and women's sizes.



Welcome to the Lake Logan Multisport Festival and beautiful Lake Logan. Athletes from across the country have been coming here since 2006 and found the perfect combination of beautiful scenery, fast courses, cool temperatures and amazing volunteers. It is no wonder so many of them come back year after year.

Aquathon - Lake Logan may be the most beautiful multisport venue in the country and a perfect choice to once again the sport's national championship. The 1500 meter swim in this pristine mountain lake has a unique course starting near the main docks but finishing under the highway bridge in the mouth of the river. The 5K-run course is an out-and-back along a two-lane, tree canopied road along the river. It has a 1-2% grade on the outbound leg, almost guaranteeing a negative split on the downhill inbound leg.

Event Site Rules

Minimum Age
The minimum age allowed for participating in the Lake Logan Sprint Triathlon is 13 years of age.

Packet Pickup

Saturday, August 2 (4-6 PM)
Lake Logan Episcopal Center (Event Site)
154 Suncrest Mill Road
Canton, NC 28716

Sunday, August 3 (5:45-7AM)
Lake Logan Episcopal Center (Event Site)
154 Suncrest Mill Road
Canton, NC 28716

Lodging Information

Lake Logan Episcopal Center (At event site)

The Lake Logan Multi-Sport Festival is the perfect answer for everyone seeking that last weekend escape before school starts.

Cottages: A limited number of beautifully restored cottages and cabins are available at reasonable rates at the event site. Rates vary based on accommodations, include three meals per day and have a two-night minimum.

Dormitory: Dormitory-style lodging will be available for race weekend. Each of these gender specific buildings features bunk-bed style sleeping with common bathroom per unit. The rate is $75 per person, include three meals each day and have a two-night minimum. Guests are asked to bring their own bed linens, towels and pillows.

Camping: A limited number of camp sites will be created behind the transition area on race weekend. Each 20' x 20' campsite is available for tents or similar structures. Separate camp fires will not be allowed but there will be a large, community camp fire near the camping area. Showers will be open the barracks above the field and portable toilets will available. Campsites will cost $25 per night and have a two-night minimum. Campers and commuters should make reservations for meals in the dining hall in advance. Vehicle access will be restricted during the races.

Contact: 800-616-0095 or via email at

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This event accepts refunds of 50% of the paid event price up to 30 days prior to the event date or until the event has filled.

The refund cutoff date was Friday, July 04, 2014 and has passed. No further refunds requests will be accepted for this event.


Withdrawals are no longer available for this event.


This event does not provide transfers.


This event does not allow deferrals.


In the event of inclement the following procedures will be followed:

The event will be postponed until 8:45AM in hopes the inclement weather will pass.
If inclement weather does not pass by 8:45AM , the event will be changed to a duathlon format.

Every effort will be made to have this event on time on this date. Should this event be cancelled due to an Act of God or other circumstance beyond the race directors control there will be no refunds, credits, or transfers.

NO EXCEPTIONS will be made to this policy.
By registering for this event you agree to this weather policy.

Overall Results






USAT Information


ALL USAT members must show proof of a current membership at packet pick up. If you have recently renewed a membership, then you MUST print out a temporary card or receipt of payment (that shows length of the membership period) to show at packet pick up. We will not take your word for it that your membership is current; you must SHOW us. Failure to do so will result in having to pay the one-day fee of $12.

CLICK HERE to be taken to the USAT website where you can renew your membership or print out a temporary card. You can also renew your membership at packet pick up if that's easier for you.

If I entered my USAT information when I registered, then why do I need to show my card at packet pick up? USAT rules state that all USAT members must show a valid membership card at packet pick up and failure to do so will result in having to pay the 1-day fee. Our events are sanction by USAT, therefore, we must follow these rules. Our website is not connected to USAT's website, so the information that you enter when you register could be incorrect. We must physically document the current expiration date of your membership when you pick up your packet as this is the only way we can confirm 100% that your membership is in fact current.

USAT's "Age Up" Policy:

An athlete's age for any USAT sanctioned race will be his/her age as of Dec. 31, 2013. The age he/she is on 12/31 will determine his/her racing age group. If an athlete is due to "age-up" into the next group, it will happen at the beginning of the year, not after the athlete's birthday. This action aligns regular U.S. age group racing with the method used by USA Triathlon for its National Rankings Program and its new Grand Prix Series.

Example: John Smith is 39 and will turn 40 on November 20, 2013.

John will be considered 40 for all 2012 races - and will race in the 40-44 age group at all 2013 races.

Sally Jones is 29 and will turn 30 on July 3, 2013.
Sally will be considered 30 for all 2012 races - and will race in the 30-34 age group at all 2013 races.

This same policy applies to the all race categories in the TrySports Triathlon Series races (Open, Clydesdale, etc).

Example: Fred Peters is 39 and will turn 40 on August 15, 2013.
Fred has registered to race in the "Open" category.
Since Fred will turn 40 in 2013 and will be considered 40 in all 2013 races, Fred will automatically be switched into the "Masters Open" category.

Award Categories

Awards will be given in the following categoreis:

Top 3 Overall Male and Female

Top 3 Masters Male and Female

Top 3 Grand Masters Male and Female