On Your Left Racing

On Your Left Racing Presents…

Goddard stomp (1)

When: April 18th, 2020

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

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

USAT Sanctioned

USAT Sanctioned Event

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

Overall results are shown below, click on photo for full size.

The full results listings are on Auyer Timing’s website:  Goddard Stomp Results

Volunteers are the backbone of all races,

Watch This Space! 2020 date To be Announced

Watch This Space! 2020 Date To be Announced

Watch This Space! 2020 Date To Be Announced

RACE START:

  •  9:00

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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.

GPX Download the GPX file to import into your GPS

Note: GPX (the GPS eXchange Format) is a data format for exchanging GPS data between GPS programs (Strava, MapMyRide, RideWithGPS, etc).

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.

GPX Download the GPX file to import into your GPS

Note: GPX (the GPS eXchange Format) is a data format for exchanging GPS data between GPS programs (Strava, MapMyRide, RideWithGPS, etc).

Watch This Space! 2020 Date To Be Announced

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

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

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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