Date: August 7, 2016

Length: Sprint Triathlon

Start Time: 8:00am

Location: Sodus Point, NY (map)

Sodus Point Triathlon
A beautiful and historic small town sprint triathlon
.45 Mile Swim/ 13.1 Mile Bike/5K Run

Sodus Point Triathlon takes place in the quaint town of Sodus, right on Lake Ontario. You get to swim near the popular Sodus Point lighthouse, bike within the old countryside and golf courses and run within the large colonial homes neighborhood. This race is also a benefit for the Sodus Point Neighborhood Association.


  • Chip timing and lots of post-race food. 
  • Live results will be posted on our website as they come in.
  • Live text and email results as your finish (sign up for results notifications to track a runner here
  • Finish line video integrated into the results the following week
  • All registrants will receive a technical shirt but register early to get your desired size 


Registration/Packet Pickup

Event       By 7/1        7/2 - 8/1
 Solo Triathlon        $60          $75 

Registration will close when we reach 225 registrants or on 8/1 at 11:59pm, which ever comes first

Note: This event is USAT sanctioned and therefore requires either a One-Day License ($15 additional fee), or a valid USAT yearly membership number per participant.  Both of which will be collected upon registration.

Photo ID Required for Packet Pickup, along with USAT Card if applicable.

NEW! There are NO PROCESSING FEES when registering online for all 2016 YellowJacket Racing events in 2016! All entries are non-refundable, non-transferable, non-deferrable, no exceptions.

  Packet Pickup

  • Saturday August 6th from 9a to 5pm at Fleet Feet Sports:
    • ARMORY: 155 Culver Road, Rochester, NY 14620
  • Race Day, Sun August 7th beginning at 6:30am at the shelter next to transition


  • Overall Male and Female
  • Age Group Awards to first 3 in 5 year age groups (19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-65, 65-69, 70 & up) 

Race Day Schedule

6:15am - Transition Opens
6:30am - 
Registration Opens
7:45am - Transition Closes
8:00am - 
Women's Start 
8:05am - Men's Start
10:00am - Bike Course Cutoff Time - All Cyclists must be back into transition by 10:00am. Any who finish their bike section after this point may not have official course support for the remainder of the event.
10:00am - Awards Ceremony


Swim Course Map
View Sodus Point Triathlon Swim & Transition in a larger map

Wetsuits are HIGHLY recommended. We will be swimming in Lake Ontario in a triangle shape. If the water is deemed too rough by Park Officials the swim will be replaced with a run. The temperature can range anywhere from 55 to 68 degrees and the water terrain can be calm or wavy depending on wind flow. Wetsuits can be rented or purchased from Fleet Feet Sports.


This is located in the beach area of Sodus Point. Athletes will enter transition one way and exit another. However, when starting and returning from the run and bike you will be on the same street. See map of inside Sodus Point.

Bike Course Map
Map inside Sodus Point
View Sodus Point Triathlon - Bike Course in a larger map

This is a relatively flat course with some rollers. We ask that you review the course carefully especially where you exit and enter the park.

Start: parking lot at beach
Straight: Whickam
Right: Ontario
Left: Fitzhugh
Straight: onto route 14
Right: Old Ridge
Right: Geneva
Left onto Halcus
Right: Lake
Straight: onto Bay
Left: at Citgo station and return to transition at beach parking lot

Run Course Map
View Sodus Point Tri - Run Course in a larger map

The run course is two loops with a little hill in the beginning of each loop. The run is along the water side past the lighthouse through the colonial home area. Just make sure you watch the number of loops you do.

Start: parking lot at beach
Straight: Whickham
Right: Ontario
Left: Fitzhugh
Left: Bay
Left: at Citgo station
Left: Whickham
Right: Ontario
Left: Fitzhugh
Left: Bay
Left: at Citgo station and return to finish at beach parking lot 


Parking is available at the ball field at the corner of Bay Street Extension and Wickham Blvd.