Address

Tupper Lake Municipal Park, Demars Boulevard, Tupper Lake, NY 12986 Click here for directions

Registration Closing Date

Wednesday June 20, 2018 @ 11:59 PM *We will only be allowing 10 people to register the day before the race. Be sure to register early!

Brief Description:

This is a great race for beginners or to use as a final tune-up before Lake Placid Ironman! Come see why the Tupper Lake Tinman Triathlon is one of the longest running Tinman triathlons in the United States.


Tinman: Swim: 1.2 mile / Bike: 56 mile / Run: 13.1 mile
Aquabike: Swim: 1.2 mile / Bike: 56 mile
Relay: Swim: 1.2 mile / Bike: 56 mile / Run: 13.1
Olympic: Swim: 0.93 mile / Bike: 26 mile / Run: 6.2 mile
Sprint: Swim: 0.5 mile / Bike: 12.6 mile / Run: 3.1 mile

Race Times:

8:00 AM Sprint 8:10 AM Olympic 8:20 1st Tinman wave, each wave remaining wave every 5 minutes. Swim waves can be found in the bag you receive at registration.

Entry Fee Includes:

All entry fees include T-Shirt, carbo-dinner voucher, post race BBQ, two draft beer pints (athletes 21+), souvenir swim caps and information in your race packets. Race packets will be handed out at Registration.

Check-In:

Friday, June 22nd - Packet pick-up 1-8pm at the Wild Center.
Friday, June 22nd - Load up on carbs with dinner at local restaurants.
Saturday, June 23rd - Last minute check in at the Tupper Lake Municipal Park from 6:00am-7:00am.

More Info:

Contact Wendy Peroza, Tinman Race Director, at tinman@tupper-lake.com with any specific questions.


 

Registration Pricing tiers:

Tinman:  ER $150  /  Tier 1 $170   /  Tier 2 $190  /  Tier 3 $210

Aqua:  ER $115  /  Tier 1 $135  /  Tier 2 $155  /  Tier 3 $175

Team Relay:  ER $230  /  Tier 1 $250 Tier 2 $270  /  Tier 3 $290 (price is per team not per athlete)

Olympic: ER $120  /  Tier 1 $140  /  Tier 2 $160  /  Tier 3 $180

Sprint:  ER $80  / Tier 1 $90 Tier 2 $100 Tier 3 $110

 

Registration Timeline

Early Registration ends 12/31/16

Tier 1 runs from 1/1/17-2/28/17

Tier 2 from 3/1/17-4/30/17

Tier 3 from 5/1/17-6/24/17 (race day)

 

The race director for 2017 is Wendy Peroza. Wendy first became involved in the Tupper Lake Tinman in 2002, volunteering in the swim leg as a kayaker. Over the years she has been involved in other aspects of the race volunteering at aid stations, swim wave leader, and transition set up. In 2015 Wendy made the jump to assistant race director, learning under the leadership of race director and father-in-law Maynard Peroza.


Wendy came to Tupper Lake in 2000 from North Tonawanda in Western New York. She has a Bachelor of Science in Education from SUNY Cortland in Physical Education and a Master’s of Education in Health and Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Tyler. The majority of her athletic background is in soccer. She played at numerous levels, leading her to playing at the state level of the New York West Olympic Development Program. She was also a member of the nationally ranked SUNY Cortland women’s soccer team and played for the Buffalo FFillies in the USISL “W” league. Following her playing days she went on to coach at the high school level in both North Tonawanda and Tupper Lake culminating with a season as the assistant women’s soccer coach at North Country Community College in Saranac Lake. Wendy has also participated in various local 5K’s including the North Woods Challenge, the OkTupperfest Mud Run up and down Big Tupper, and newly added Erin Dewyea Turkey Trot.
Wendy looks forward to working with everyone involved in the Tupper Lake Tinman to provide the athletes a memorable race experience. She is very proud to be a part of the 34 year tradition of excellence.


The Tupper Lake Tinman Triathlon is one of the most popular and scenic races in northern New York and is sanctioned by USA Triathlon, the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, winter triathlon and aquathlon in the U.S. Established in 1983, the Tinman offers five types of races: Tinman (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run); Aquabike (1.2 mile swin, 56 mile bike); Team Relay (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run); Olympic (.94 mile swim, 24 mile bike, 6.2 mile run); and a Sprint (0.6-mile swim, 12.4-mile bike, 3.1-mile run).