One More Tri is sanctioned by USA Triathlon and all athletes must race according to USAT rules. Use the button below for a complete list of USA Triathlon Competitive Rules, including wetsuit, helmet, headphones, conduct, etc.
Per USAT Rules, your race-day age is your age as of December 31, 2020.
All participants including relay team members, must be USAT members.
- If you have a USAT membership – Please bring your card and photo ID to Early Packet Pick-Up or to Check-In on the day of the event.
- If you do not have a USAT membership – You will need a USAT One-Day License. When registering online, your USAT One Day License for non-USAT members ($15/$10 age 17 and under) will be included in the registration free. All One-Day members must also sign the USAT Waiver. We encourage you to review and sign the electronic form below in advance of the race. This will help to avoid delays during Packet Pick-Up.
If you are registering onsite, your USAT One-Day License fee will be collected and you will be asked to sign the USAT Waiver in order to compete.
Most Frequent Rule Violations
Please read over these frequent rule violations prior to the event.
- Helmets: Only helmets approved by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) may be used in USAT sanctioned events. Helmets must be worn at all times while on your bike.
- Chin Straps: Chin straps must be buckled at all times when on a bicycle. DO NOT unbuckle your chin strap unless you are off your bicycle.
- Outside Assistance: No assistance other than that offered by race and medical officials may be used.
- Transition Area: All equipment must be placed in the properly designated and individually assigned bike corral. The wheel of the bicycle must be down on the side of the assigned space. All participants must return their bicycles to an upright position in their designated bicycle corral. No person shall interfere with another participant’s equipment or impede the progress of another participant. All bar ends must be solidly plugged. No participant shall bring ANY glass containers into the transition area.
- Drafting: Keep at least three bike lengths of clear space between you and the cyclist in front. If you move into the zone, you must pass within 15 seconds. Position — Keep to the right hand side of the lane of travel unless passing. Blocking — Riding on the left side of the lane without passing anyone and interfering with other cyclists attempting to pass. Overtaken — Once passed, you must immediately exit the draft zone from the rear, before attempting to pass again.
- Course: All competitors are required to follow the prescribed course and to stay within all coned lanes. Cutting the course is an obvious violation and going outside the course is a safety issue. Cyclists shall not cross a solid yellow center line for ANY reason. Cyclists must obey all applicable traffic laws at all times.
- Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Foul, harsh, argumentative or abusive language or other unsportsmanlike conduct directed at race officials, USA Triathlon officials, volunteers, spectators or fellow athletes is forbidden.
- Headphone: Headphones, headsets, walkmans, iPods, mp3 players, or personal audio devices, etc. are not to be carried or worn at any time during the race.
- Race numbers: All athletes are required to wear race numbers at all times during the run. Numbers must face the front and be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut, folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.
- Wetsuits: Each age group participant shall be permitted to wear a wetsuit without penalty in any event sanctioned by USA Triathlon up to and including a water temperate or 78 degree Fahrenheit. When the water temperature is greater than 78 degrees but less than 84 degrees Fahrenheit, age group participants may wear a wetsuit at their own discretion, provided, however that participants who wear a wetsuit within such temperature range shall not be eligible for prizes or awards. Above 84 degrees, wetsuits are prohibited.
- Abandonment: All personal equipment and belongings taken out onto the course must stay on the athlete the entire time. No garbage, clothing, etc. shall be thrown on the course.