Registration opens March 3rd, 2015 at exactly 8pm, Alaska Time

 

Enter your first name, middle initial, last name, date of birth and email address.  This is the only information needed at this time.  You will know immediately if you are one of the first 1500 registrants. You will receive an email with a unique web link to complete your registration. Add info@goldnuggettriathlon.comto your contacts.  If you do not receive your confirmation email after registering, check your spam folder.  This unique link will not w ork immediately. You must click on the link provided to complete your registration between March 4th at 8:00pm and March 11th at 8:00pm.  Registrations not completed by that time will be forfeited.

Mothers and daughters must register individually and receive their own unique registration links (both links can be sent to the same email address).

RACE FEES: $75 for adults. $45 for those under 18. You may also pay an additional $125 for one of the 75 early start lane bids (bib numbers 51 - 125) allowing you to swim side by side, rather than circle swim at that time. Please note, these slots fill up fast!

LOTTERY: If you do not receive one of the 1500 slots, your name is automatically entered in a lottery for unfilled spaces. The lottery pool will close at 500 names. Lottery winners will receive an email and register between March 12th and March 15th.

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ABOUT THE 2015 RACE ART: Lorraine Hebert is a freelance graphic designer doing business as Lorraine Hebert Design. She has a passion for graphic art as well as athletic endeavors of many kinds. As a Gold Nugget competitor for the first time last year, she is inspired to participate both artistically and athletically again this year.  Lorraine has made Alaska home for the past 18 years and resides in Anchorage with her husband, Curt, daughter Chloe, and son Curtis.

Lorraine's comments on her design: "With this concept I hoped to capture a bit of the flavor of our specific triathlon and see if it could be represented with an image other than the expected visual references that have been used over and over by triathlon events everywhere."

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