When & Where

Jack’s Generic Triathlon

Sunday, August 29, 2021

Walter E Long Park

Austin, Texas


Event Distances:

Sprint Triathlon – 600 meter Swim, 11.2 mile Bike, 5K Run

Sprint Aquabike – 600 meter Swim, 11.2 mile Bike

Relay Triathlon – 2 or 3 person teams split the triathlon’s swim, bike, and run.

Divisions & Age Groups

Age Group

Age groups are separated in 5-year increments. Your race age is based on your age on December 31st of this year. This is done so that you race at the same age for the entire season.

Individual Age Groups Men and Women
19 & Under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+

The minimum age to participate in this event is 12 years old.


The open wave will be the first to start. Participants are encouraged to enter this wave if they expect to be in the top 50 finishers. Participants in the open wave will not be eligible for age group awards or USAT rankings. The open division exists so that the age group waves are more friendly, and so that participants who are interested in competing head to head, regardless of age, may do so.


You can also select to compete in the Athena/Clydesdale, separated according to body weight instead of age group. The categories are Athena (Female 165 + lbs) or Clydesdale (Male 220 + lbs). Athena/Clydesdale is an option for registration and not required.


Awards will be given to the following categories:

Top 3 overall males and females in the open division

Overall masters male & female.

Top 3 male and female in each age group, starting at 19 & Under and going to 75+ in 5-year increments.

Top 3 male and female overall in the Aquabike Division.

Top 3 in Clydesdale Division

Top 3 in the Athena Division

Relay teams will be presented trophies for top 3 teams overall.


Transition will have bike racks assigned to each age group. It is open racking within your age group. You must be body marked and wearing your athlete wristband before you enter transition. Only participants are allowed in transition, friends and family (including children) must wait outside of transition.

There will be mechanics just outside of transition for any last minute needs and with bike pumps for airing up your tires. Once transition closes, you will not be allowed back in so make sure to arrive early to get all set up.

Bike Check-Out

Bikes will not be allowed out of Transition until the final cyclist has completed the bike course. It is expected that this will be around 11:00 AM. Participants will be allowed back into transition after they finish, but bikes may not be removed from the racks. Please be courteous to your fellow participants.


Relays can consist of 2 or 3 persons.

All relay team members must visit packet pick up and present photo ID and proof of eligible USAT status. The relay packet can only be released after each member has checked in.

Relay team members will rack together. Team members will wait in the relay pen near the rack. Their team member will return their items to the rack and then meet the next team member in the pen to exchange the chip. For more information on Relay Teams, click here.


Aquabike participants will start with their division. Once the bike portion of the race is over, you can run through the finish line chute to retrieve your medal. For more information on the Aquabike division, click here.

Finish Line Festival

The Finish Line Festival is open to all spectators, volunteers, and participants.

After collecting the reusable water bottle and finisher medal at the end of the race, finishers head to the finish festival to meet up with family and friends and have a lot more fun!

Participants receive free food & drinks including:

  • fresh fruit
  • drinks – soda, water, NUUN
  • snacks
  • post race meal
  • BEER from Oskar Blues!

Finish Fest also includes:

  • Vendor samples
  • Awards hand-out

Plus, get ready to catch some swag when we toss out great door prizes at the conclusion of the event.

Be sure to stick around and celebrate!