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Goddard Stomp2018-12-05T18:23:14+00:00
Goddard Stomp

When: April 20th, 2019

Where: Goddard Park, 1095 Ives Rd, East Greenwich, RI 02818

Distances: 5K Run | 26 Mile Bike | 5K Run

USAT Sanctioned

USAT Sanctioned Event

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Goddard park

Goddard Park presents the ideal setting for your early season race and 2019 season tune-up. The scenic 5k run loops through the park on nicely paved, flat asphalt roads followed by a fast and flat two loop, 13-mile bike course. Rack your bike and head back out on the same 5k you started your day with. Finish strong where a breakfast spread will await you, putting the finishing touches on what is sure to be a fantastic event!

Race Information Below

A portion of Goddard Stomp proceeds will be donated to Rhode Island Food Bank

About the Rhode Island Food Bank

Mission
To improve the quality of life for all Rhode Islanders by advancing solutions to the problem of hunger.

Vision
We envision a state where no one goes hungry.

Core Values

  • Compassion: We approach our work with empathy, understanding and respect for the diverse communities we serve.
  • Fostering Health: We want all Rhode Islanders to have access to healthy food because good nutrition is essential for good health.
  • Innovation: We are flexible and responsive to the changing needs of the community. We lead by finding creative ways to prevent and reduce food insecurity.
  • Collaboration: We know we cannot end hunger alone. We succeed in partnership with others and strive to include a rich tapestry of voices in our work.
  • Accountability: We deliver outstanding service and high quality programs, effectively and efficiently. We steward our resources with integrity and transparency.

RACE START:

  •  9:00

INDIVIDUALS

Early Bird Pricing, 12/1/18 – 3/31/19:

  • $85

Late Registration, 4/1/19 – 4/19/19:

  • $95

Day of Race:

  • $115

RELAYS

Early Bird Pricing, 12/1/18 – 3/31/19:

  • $100

Late Registration, 4/1/19 – 4/19/19:

  • $125

Day of Race:

  • $140

Guests Fee For Post-Race Food

  • $10/each
Two loops of this paved 5K course with a bike ride between each loop, of course!

Unlike other multi-sport events held in Goddard Park, the run course is paved. There will be NO trail running.

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Two loops of this 13-miles course.

Unlike other multi-sport events held in Goddard Park, the bike course does not include Quonset Point. There will be NO riding over rail tracks.

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PACKET PICK-UP

  • Thursday,  April 18th at Whalers Brewery, 1174 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, Rhode Island from 6 pm to 8 pm
  • Friday, April 19th at the Goddard Park carousel from 3 pm to 7 pm
  • Saturday Morning April  20th, at Goddard Park 6:30 am to 8:00 am

Timing chips:  will be provided on Race morning.

Swag Bags: All athletes will receive one of our OYL Racing swag bags and finisher medals. Our swag is sure to make you smile as we plan to get you the best that OYL swag has to offer.

All race participants must pick up their race packet in person. The only exception will be if the participant is a minor (under 18), their parent or legal guardian may pick up their packet for them or accompany them during packet pickup. Every athlete must be a member of USA Triathlon, present their membership card along with a drivers license or photo ID at the time of their packet pickup. If you are not a member of USAT, you will need to purchase a one day membership during your registration process.

Results will be posted at onyourleftracing.com website. You will also be able to print your results onsite upon race finish.

Here at Goddard Memorial State Park, parking is easy. Simply use the main park entrance and follow the guidance of the park staff that will greet you with a smile.

Parking opens at 6 am race morning.

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Goddard park

Rules: A Message from the Head Referee:
All competitors please read. It is your responsibility to know the rules!!! Most triathletes come to races with only a rudimentary understanding of the rules of the sport. Indeed, few have ever read through the Competitive Rules in its entirety. In order to minimize misunderstandings on race day, I hope you will take the time to read the following summary of Position Violations, which you probably know as the drafting rules. We have reduced the Position Rules to the following concepts, which everyone can remember:

  • RIDE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF YOUR LANE
  • NO DRAFTING! KEEP THREE BIKE LENGTHS BETWEEN YOURSELF AND THE CYCLIST IN FRONT OF YOU
  • PASS ON THE LEFT OF THE CYCLIST IN FRONT, NEVER ON THE RIGHT
  • COMPLETE YOUR PASS WITHIN 15 SECONDS
  • IF PASSED, YOU MUST DROP COMPLETELY OUT OF THE ZONE, TO THE REAR, BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPASS
  • ALWAYS HAVE YOUR CHINSTRAP FASTENED
  • NO IPODS ALLOWED ON THE COURSE

Remember you are racing in a USA Triathlon sanctioned event and there are trained referees on the course to ensure fairness in the competition. There will be no warnings if you commit a foul during competition. Triathlon is an individual event and you must take personal responsibility to understand the rules and avoid penalties. We hope you have a great race, lots of fun, and achieve all of your goals.

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USAT Rules

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Finishers

An On Your Left medal

Overall (Men and Women)

  • 1st place: $100, Local Artisan Crafted Pottery & On Your Left Swag
  • 2nd place: $75, Local Artisan Crafted Pottery & On Your Left Swag
  • 3rd place: $30, Local Artisan Crafted Pottery & On Your Left Swag

Age Groups, Athena and Clydesdale (Men and Women)

  • 1st place: Prize Money (TBD), Local Artisan Crafted Pottery, On Your Left Swag
  • 2nd place: Local Artisan Crafted Pottery & On Your Left Swag
  • 3rd place: Local Artisan Crafted Pottery & On Your Left Swag

We are pleased to have the talent of Bud Morton Photography documenting the Goddard Stomp.

Bud has been photographing for 35 years with a specialization in sports action images. His portfolio includes Triathlons, road races, and sports including horse racing, football, baseball, soccer, field hockey, and track and field events.

Remember to give the photographers a big smile as you whizz past them!

Goddard Park attracts thousands of visitors each year as Rhode Island’s most popular Metropolitan Park. The park offers a beautiful natural environment with spacious lawns, fields, and forested areas with a variety of trees from all over the world, including 62 deciduous and 19 evergreen species. Visitors can make use of a nine-hole golf course, an equestrian show area, 18 miles of bridle trails, 355 picnic tables, 11 game fields, and a performing arts center for weddings, concerts, picnics and special events. [Learn more…]

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