Lake Geode Challenge
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The Lake Geode Challenge is an Olympic distance triathlon (1.5k swim, 40k bike, 10k run) that takes place in Southeast Iowa. The event begins with an out and back swim from the sandy beach of Lake Geode. Wet suits are allowed per USAT rules.
The challenging 40k bike course will take participants on a scenic loop outside Geode State Park. The course features flat roads, rolling hills and a long climb through a quiet, rural countryside. One water station is available along the course.
The race concludes with a 10k run on good asphalt and concrete roads in beautiful Geode State Park. The course includes rolling to challenging hills. Water stations are available approximately every three quarters of a mile.
Ice cold plunge baths available after race. $1,500 Purse to be awarded to top five male & female over all winners. Additional cash awards for Masters, Teams, and Fastest Splits. Unique geode awards are given away to age group place winners. Door prizes are available for all participants.
Lake Geode Challenge Olympic Triathlon Danville IA