Registration for the 2014 Door County Triathlon opened at 12:01 am on New Year’s Day, and according to the event’s website the half iron reached 100 percent capacity on Jan. 8. The event features a sprint race on July 19 and the half iron on July 20. For either event, athletes may register as an individual or as a member of a relay team.
The Door County Triathlon limits its capacity to 1,000 sprint participants and 1,000 half iron participants, for a total of 2,000 triathletes during the course of the weekend. To register visit doorcountytriathlon.com/registration.
The Door County Triathlon allows participants to transfer their entries. The online transfer system automates the process and is accessible via a button on the front of the website. Those wishing to transfer their entry are encouraged to seek a buyer on the event’s Facebook page. The financial transaction takes place directly between the buyer and seller. The buyer incurs a $20 transfer fee when the transfer is processed online. All transfers must be completed by midnight June 30.
Door County Triathlon organizers are launching a post-race party on Sunday night. The “Tri-Tiki” Beach Party will take place on the beach at Murphy Park beginning at sunset. Tiki torches, a giant bonfire, DJ music and a fully operational beer wagon will set a festive backdrop for triathletes, their friends and family to meet, greet and exchange war stories. Attendees are encouraged to wear their favorite luau wear. For more information, visit doorcountytriathlon.com.