ALCOA’S RIDGE TO RIVER RELAY RACE
2009 DIVISIONS AND CODES


2009 DIVISIONS AND CODES – WENATCHEE COURSE
Note: 1) The following divisions are available only if two or more teams enter the division 2) Before registering, check equipment rules at www.r2r.org, or contact race office for a printed copy: 509.662.8799.

IRON CATEGORY  (Check equipment rules hERE)

CODE

DIVISION

DESCRIPTION

IM

IRON MAN

Age 17 -39 - Solo male

IMM

IRON MAN MASTER

Age 40+ - Solo male

IW

IRON WOMAN

Age 17 - 39 - Solo female

IWM

IRON WOMAN MASTER

Age 40+ - Solo female

A2

DUO ADVENTURE

Two racers who travel together through all six stages of the race (see Tandem below for teams where legs are split between 2 racers)

RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT TEAM CATEGORY    (Check equipment hERE)

RW

REC WOMEN

All women              

RM

REC MEN

All men

RX

REC MIXED

Any combination of age and gender

RMI

REC MASTER

Age 40+ any combination of gender

TANDEM CATEGORY (OPEN EQUIPMENT)    (Check equipment rules hERE)

TM

TANDEM
MEN

Maximum of two men who hand off during the race; kayak or canoe

TW

TANDEM WOMEN

Maximum of two women who hand off during the race; kayak or canoe

TX

TANDEM MIXED

One man and one woman who hand off during the race; kayak or canoe

PRO RACING EQUIPMENT TEAM CATEGORY   (Check equipment hERE)

PM

PRO MEN

All men

PW

PRO WOMEN

All women

PX

PRO MIXED

Any combination of age and gender

PMA

PRO MASTERS

Average age must be 45 or greater; minimum age 40

2009 DIVISIONS AND CODES –COLUMBIA COURSE
The Columbia Course follows the same ski legs and run leg as the Wenatchee Course.  In the Chatham Hill area, bikers will turn east (Cordell Ave.) towards the Columbia River and ride to the exchange zone at Confluence State Park.  At Confluence, they will pass off to the boaters, who will paddle to the Walla Walla Point Park lagoon and continue the race on the traditional portage/sprint finish.  This is an opportunity for students, novices, and recreational participants to race on a modified course that is shorter and less technically challenging than the Wenatchee Course.  The bike leg is approximately 10 miles and the water leg is 3 miles and is only in the flat water of the Columbia River.

  • COLUMBIA COURSE TEAM DIVISIONS

ccm

Open Team

Any combination of age and gender.

CCW

Women’s Team

All women.

CCX

Mixed Team

Any combination of age and gender

CCFAM

Family Team

Consists of Captain and up to 5 others related to any team member as spouse, in-law, sibling, child, grandchild, parent, grandparent.

CCRR

Really Rec

Any combination of age and gender, previous best time must be 3 hours or greater. See rules for more restrictions on skis, bike and boat.

CCIM

Iron Male

Solo male using recreational equipment and technique: recreational category rules apply apply to all legs except water leg where kayak with minimum 23” width is allowed.

CCIF

Iron Female

Solo female using recreational equipment and technique: recreational category rules apply to all legs except water leg where kayak with minimum 23” width is allowed.

 

2009 DIVISIONS AND CODES –ECO BOOMERS
The ECO BOOMERS start at Lincoln Park and begin with a 3 mile run and then follow the Columbia Course bike, boat and portage/sprint courses.

  • ECO BOOMERS SHORT COURSE CATEGORY

EIB

ECO IRON  BOY

Age 13 – 17 Solo Male

EIG

ECO IRON GIRL

Age 13 –17 Solo Female

ETA

ECO TANDEM

Two people, any combination of gender

ET

ECO TEAM

A runner, cyclist and paddler

Ridge to River   1312 A Maple Street   Wenatchee, WA  98801   Pnone: 509-662-8799   Fax: 509-663-3894   Email: chance.harris@r2r.org
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