Kids Get Active Triathlon
Saturday, August 12
Ramona Park
Portage, Michigan

2017 Kids Get Active Triathlon Online Results

(searchable with finisher certificate - instructions are on the results page)

2017 Kids Get Active Triathlon Results

(standard text (.pdf) file

All registered athletes get a $20 gift card to use at Sponsor Pedal Bicycles.

Portage may have parking attendants working race morning. Please print the parking pass on the left and bring it with you to this year to the Kids Get Active Triathlon. Easy way to do it is right click on the image, then select "save image as" in the popup, and save to your desktop to make it easy to locate for printing. Or show the image to them from your phone.  Even if they are not there when you arrive,  place the pass on your dash just in case. If you are unable to load and print from the image - click here for another printing option.

Athlete check in opens at 7:00 am
First wave starts at 8:30



We start 12-13's first, then a 2 minute break and then start the 10-11's.
Once they have all finished, we do a quick course reset.
8-9's start at approximately 8:55, followed by a two minute break, and then start the 6-7's

View or download our 3 page handout on preparing for a kids triathlon.

The Kids Get Active Triathlon features a unique venue with everything taking place within Ramona Park.

The swim course along the beach at Ramona Park on Long Lake is secure and monitored by certified lifeguards. This is a great place to bring the kids in advance of race day to get them acclimated to the site and the conditions. Swim caps will be provided for all athletes and must be worn.

Any style of bike is acceptable and well suited for the Kids Get Active Triathlon. Helmets are required.The run course is mostly grass..

Safe Kids Kalamazoo County provides bicycle and other sports specific helmet programs throughout the year. For more information about riding safety, helmets, and sports safety for kids, click here.

The City of Portage has one of the most versatile recreation programs in West Michigan. With a great combination of lakefront parks, urban trailways, and nature preserves, Portage offers great opportunities to get out and do fun stuff.For a complete rundown of programs, parks, and locations, please visit the city’s Parks and Recreation Department web site page here.