Sunday June 30, 2013
Esquimalt Recreation Centre
Sprint (500m pool swim – 20K bike – 5k run)
Youth 14-15 (300m pool swim – 14K bike – 2K run)
Youth 12-13 (200m pool swim – 7K bike – 2K run)
Youth 10-11 (200m pool swim – 7k bike – 1K run)
Transition opens at 6:00 am. Sprint Distance starts at 7:00am.
RACE PACKAGE PICKUP
Trek Store Victoria, Thursday June 27 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and Saturday June 29th from 10:00am to 2:00pm. No package pick up on race day.
Voluntary Bike & Helmet Check
June 26 – June 29 at Trek Store Victoria, during business hours.
Following the event. Ribbons to top 3 places in each Age Group. Prize money to top 3 male and female finishers has been generously donated by Cameron Law
Online before June 27th at midnight.
Early Bird registration ends midnight March 31, 2013
Regular registration ends midnight June 15, 2013
Late registration closes midnight June 28, 2013
First Time Triathletes
Register by midnight June 7th to get your race t-shirt!
The ToC and The VWSAC
The Triathlon of Compassion (ToC) is a fundraising event to support the Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre (VWSAC). A pledge form is on the back of our flyers, or you can create your own on-line fundraising site by clicking on Start Fundraising Now. Pledges can be dropped off at race package pick-up or on race day before 8am. Please make cheques payable to “VWSAC” and all on-line pledges will be added to your totals on the day of the race.
Help us reach our goal of raising $20,000 for the important work of the Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre. Every participant who raises over $200 will receive a one-of-a-kind Triathlon of Compassion tech shirt.
Level 1: $200 & up Technical Shirt
Level 2: $300 & up Technical Shirt + draw prize entry for bicycle
Level 3: $500 & up Technical Shirt + draw prize entry for bicycle + draw prize entry for weekend getaway
Top 3 Individual Fundraisers will receive Frontrunners gift certificates for $300, $200 or $100.
Download the TOC Pledge Form
The Victoria Women’s Sexual Assault Centre provides hope and healing to over 2,500 people each year. Services include: individual and group counselling; emergency hospital accompaniment for survivors of recent sexual assault; support through the criminal justice system; a 24-hour crisis and information line; and prevention education for teens through a program called Project Respect. Events like the Tri of Compassion help to raise awareness about an issue that affects 1 in 3 women and help to raise much-needed funds for VWSAC’s highly respected programs. For more information, contact Lenore Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org or (250)383-5545 or visit www.vwsac.com.