Day Kimball Healthcare "Give it a Tri"

Bill Fiske, Fiske Independent Race Management
(508) 361-6882
.5 Mile Swim, 12 Mile Bike, 3.1 Mile Run
8/17/2019 8:00 am
Moosup Pond Beach Moosup, CT Location Map

About the 9th annual day kimball healthcare "give it a tri"

Join us in beautiful eastern Connecticut for a wonderful, community supported sprint triathlon. Moosup Pond is a lovely, small lake with clear, clean water and a wide sandy beach, great for entry and exit. The bike loop is a scenic ride through the rural countryside of Plainfield and Killingly with 4 moderate but short hills. The run course is an out-and-back route which takes you most of the way around the lake through this lovely waterfront community. Come on and “Give it a Tri!”


All packet pick up is done race morning. We open an hour and a half before the start of the event.

Emails will be sent usually Thursday prior to race with any specific details.


Come to race, but stay for the festivities. Your triathlon experience includes a DJ playing great music, yummy post race treats, and sponsor giveaways.

The 2019 Day Kimball Healthcare "Give it a Tri" will have an On-Site Bicycle Mechanic to help our athletes before the race with any cycling needs. They will also be out on the bike course to assist athletes with any problems during the race.


This is a USA Triathlon Sanctioned Event managed by a USA Triathlon certified Race Director. All athletes either must present a valid USA Triathlon annual membership card at registration or purchase a single day USA Triathlon license, no exceptions. Single day licenses may be purchased for $15 during the registration process. If you are planning to do at least three USA Triathlon sanctioned events in a one year period then you might want to purchase an annual membership from USA Triathlon for $50. For more info please visit By purchasing either a yearly membership or a single day pass, you hereby agree to follow all USAT rules and regulations contained at


USA Triathlon age group divisions in five year increments are employed for this event, for example: 30 to 34 years, 35 to 39 years, etc. Age group is determined by age as of December 31, 2019. There is a Clydesdale category for men who weigh 220+ pounds and an Athena category for women who weigh 165+ pounds. There are also relay categories for three person teams.

Awards are given to the top three finishers in each age group, and in the Clydesdale and Athena divisions, and to all three members of the top male relay team, top female relay team, and top mixed relay team. A random award or two may be given out at the race director's discretion.