The 5th Annual Dubuque Duathlon will be held near Bergfeld Pond in Dubuque, IA and consists of a 1.2M run, 15M bike ride, and 3M run. The combination of hills and running trails will make for a competitive and unique event that will test participants of all skill levels. The Dubuque Duathlon is open to male division, female divisions, and team divisions in various age groups.

Race Headquarters:

7500 Chavenelle Road
Dubuque, IA 52001

Event Schedule: Saturday, July 12

Time Event
6 am Event Site Opens
6 am – 7:30 am Packet Pick-Up & Late Registration
7:30 am Transition Area Closes
7:50 am Review Race Rules
8 am Dubuque Duathlon Starts

Awards Ceremony will follow completion of both races.

  • Top overall male and female finishers will be awarded.
  • Top 3 finishers for each age division will be awarded. Top overall finishers will be excluded from their age division.

Registration Fee:

Registration fee includes a t-shirt, chip timing, food and beverages concluding the event. Submit your bib at Courtside Bar & Grill concluding the race and receive one FREE DRINK.

(Participants must register by Tuesday July 1, 2014 at noon to be guaranteed a t-shirt.)

Item Cost
Duathlon Individual $40.00
Duathlon Relay Team $55.00

Duathlon Course Records:

Male: Isaiah Jenks 1:05:53 2011
Female: Jennifer Scudiero 1:10:41 2013
Team: Terry Willenberg & Greg Moser 1:14:06 2013
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Event Information

Individual participants:
Individual participants will complete the first run course, the bike course, and the second run course.
Duathlon relay teams:
Duathlon relay teams will be composed of 2 team members. One person is the runner, the other is the biker. The runner will begin in a starting wave with the other relay teams and complete the entire run course. The runner then runs through the transition area and transfers the timing chip and ankle strap to the ankle of his or her biker teammate. The cyclist will be waiting in a designated tag zone. The biker then completes the entire bike course and transfers the timing chip and ankle strap back to the runner who is waiting in the same tag zone. The runner now dashes through the transition area and completes the second run course, crossing the same finish line as the solo racers. The runner/cyclist tag zone will be clearly marked on race day.

USAT Sanction:


If you are not currently a member, you can sign up for a one day membership here http://www.traveldubuque.com/product/duathlon-2/usat-membership/, which will allow you to compete in the Dubuque Duathlon. Please visit www.usatriathlon.com to familiarize yourself on USAT rules. Reminder, no iPods or MP3 players will be allowed during the race.

What to do after the Duathlon?

Submit your race bib at Courtside Bar & Grill and receive one FREE DRINK!

The 18th annual Music in the Park: Activities include music, entertainment, inflatables, children’s games, and food vendors. Please visit  www.cityofasbury.com for additional information.

For Additional Information contact:

Tyler Daugherty | Sports & Events Manager
Dubuque Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

Duathlon Sponsors

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