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Coastal Carolina University Duathlon 2015

For the first time in 23 years, CCU will be unable to host its annual triathlon.  Due to a major pool renovation, this year Coastal Carolina University will be hosting its first Duathlon event on Sunday, April 12, 2015.  The annual triathlon will be back on schedule for 2016. 

The CCU Duathlon event is open to all students, faculty and staff as well as the general public.  This event consists of a 1.2 mile run, followed by an 11 mile bike and a 3.1 mile run on and around the campus of Coastal Carolina University.

When: Sunday April 12, 2015 at 7:00am

Coastal Carolina University  

Williams Brice Recreation Center & Campus, Conway SC

How long:

1.2mile/11mile Bike/3.1mile Run

Capacity: 175

REGISTER at www.raceroster.com  (Registration Opens Monday January 12, 2015)

Race Timing provided by Right On Time Productions.

Race Fees & Dates

until 3/27


CCU Student/Faculty/Staff



Individual Participant (non-CCU)



CCU Relay Team



Relay Team (non-CCU)



Online Registration for this event closes on 04/09/2015 at 11:59:59pm.    On-site registration MAY be available during normal packet pick up hours. On-site registration IS NOT guaranteed.



Packet Pick Up:  If you are doing this race for the first time, you are encouraged to come out to CCU on Saturday, April 12 between 4:00pm-5:30pm to pick up your race packet.  The race packet will not include your timing chip, however, you can pick up your race t-shirt and it will give you a chance to look at the course in the daylight and ask any questions before race morning.  You will have to stop by the registration table race morning to pick up your timing chip.

Packet Pick Up will be held at the CCU Williams-Brice Recreation Center Saturday 4:00pm-5:30pm & Race Day packet pick up begins Sunday at 6:00am in the Williams-Brice Recreation Center.  See Map for location and for where to park for event.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTICIPANT TO KNOW THE COURSE.  Please review maps, ask questions and prepare in advance for course info.  We will do our best to ensure our race volunteers direct you in the right place, but you hold the ultimate responsibility of knowing the course.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:  Helmets must be worn on the bike portion of the race and are the responsibility of the participant.  Beware of “speed humps” on campus for those using a road bike.  Individuals may use a mountain bike, however, awards are only given to overall mountain bike winners.  All others will be included in the age group awards.  Running shoes and appropriate clothing are the responsibility of the participant.

Course descriptions

  1. Run (1.2 miles):  The first run portion in this event will be around the CCU campus.  Runners will do a complete loop on Chanticleer Drive/University Blvd. and finish back to transition area to begin the bike portion.
  2. Bike:  The bike course is flat, with several turns leading cyclists across campus into Quail Creek neighborhood for an out and back loop.  Upon exiting the Quail Creek neighborhood, cyclists will continue around the CCU campus for 2 laps before finishing the 11 mile bike. 
  3. Run:  The run course is flat and fast 5K.  It will be the same out and back course as the first portion of the bike.
  4. See bike and run course maps for further details.


  • All cyclists will complete one full lap.  Towards the end of the second lap, cyclists will turn left onto Tom Trout Drive off of Chanticleer Blvd.  There will be a sign and a course monitor to direct.
  • Helmets are mandatory.  All helmets must be fastened before mounting bike and must be fastened until completely dismounted at the end of the bike portion.
  • No drafting on the bike.  Maintain at least 2 bike lengths behind another cyclists and if passing please do so within 60 seconds.
  • All roads remain open during the race.  Please be alert to motorists.  We will have volunteers at major intersections to stop traffic, but it is also your responsibility to be alert to all traffic.
  • Please yield to faster competitors.
  • All participants will receive a chip.  You must be wearing your chip at all times in order for you to have any race results. 
  • RELAYS will pass their chip strap to their teammate before transitioning to the next leg of the race.
  • All participants MUST be wearing their assigned race number on the RUN leg of the race.  No number may result in disqualification.
  • Relay teams’ runner MUST be wearing race number bib when crossing finish line.
  • All bikes must be re-racked at your transition area.


We invite you to hang around for post-race munchies while you wait for race results. Awards ceremony will be immediately following the race.  

-  Top 3 Overall Male and Female Individual winners in both Road Bike and Mountain Bike Divisions.

-  Top 3 relay teams

-  Top three individual M/F in the following age groups:  <18, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65<