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Captain Morgan Ironman 70.3 St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

St. Croix Ironman 70.3 Triathlon

Sunday, May 7, 2017

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The Ironman 70.3 St. Croix is held at one of the most famous venues in the sport.  The race annually features the finest array of professional athletes in the world, who challenge not only each other, but one of the most notorious hill climbs the sport has to offer:  THE BEAST.  St. Croix is pleased to host an event where potential Ironman competitors can qualify early in the season, and not have to go the full Ironman distance in order to do so.

The Ironman 70.3 Course

Tyr SWIM  - 2km (1.24 miles)

Please Note: Christiansted Harbor is a working channel. During race week it is unsafe to swim there except during the organized training swims.

BIKE COURSE - 90km (56 miles) - Map

RUN - 21km (13.1 miles) - Map


Start/Finish - There will be four aid stations in the start/finish area - swim finish; run out; and overall finish.  Athletes should fill water bottles before departing for the start area at the Hotel on the Cay.

Bike Course - There will be 4 aid stations along the bike course - miles 11, 21, 31, and 43.   The Sprint course has no bike aid stations.

Run Course - Run aid stations will be located approximately every 6/10 of a mile along the 21km (13.1mile) course.  This holds true for the Sprint as well.

The following will be served at the Aid Stations:
    -Bike - Water, Gatorade, GU (at mile 43), Bananas (at mile 30)
    -Run - Water, Gatorade, Cola, GU, Bananas & Oranges, Pretzels, Sponges

A Sag Vehicle will trail the field and transport athletes back to the transition area.  The race organization will not be responsible for providing aid to athletes who choose to remain on the course once the cut-off time has elapsed.

CUTOFF TIMES (Subject to change)

     In order insure the safety of the athletes, and to minimize any disturbance to the traffic patterns of the island, the following cutoff times will be enforced. Please remember that a race of this distance, in a tropical climate, can be dangerous to those who overextend themselves. Therefore, if you are asked to retire, it is entirely for your benefit!


     1 hour from start of athlete's wave


     5 hours from start of wave


     6.5 hours from start of wave


2017 Race Schedule



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