Lake Logan Sprint

Lake Logan Sprint
August 05, 2018
7:30 AM

The Lake Logan Sprint Triathlon will cap off the second day of the Lake Logan Multi Sport Festival.  This race was added in 2009 and includes all of the great features of the international distance race but in a smaller scale.



Important Participant & Spectator Information

500 meter Swim, 12 mile Bike, 3.1 mile Run

Lake Logan Sprint 2018Registration

Online registration for the 2018 Lake Logan Sprint has closed.  You may register onsite at the Packet Pickup times shown below.

The deadline to register and receive a race shirt is midnight on Monday, July 23.

Race Cap: 250

Entry Fees

November 1-December 31 – $65/105/60
January 1, 2017-August 3 – $75/115/70
On Site – $85/130/80

Individual/Mixed Relay/Aquabike

You must be a current USA Triathlon member and present a current USAT membership card at packet-pickup. Those who don’t have their card or who are not USAT members, must purchase a one-day membership for $15.

Minimum Age
You must be 13 years old to participate in the Lake Logan Sprint Triathlon


Swim – The swim will start at the dock and follow a clock-wise, rectangular course finishing at a floating dock located just past the bridge. Athletes will then run on grass to T1.

Bike – Athletes will run their bike out of transition to Lake Logan Road before mounting. The course will take them to Bethel on Highway 110 before returning on Highway 215.

Run – The run course is an out and back course on Lake Logan Road west of Lake Logan. Once returning to the LLEC, runners will complete a lap in the grass field behind the transition area before proceeding back to the course for the second lap or to the finish line.  There is an elevation gain on the outward half of the course of 78′.

Swim Course Map
Bike Course Map
Run Course Map
Bike Course Cue Sheet

Packet Pickup/Late Registration

Saturday, August 4, 4-6 pm – Lake Logan Episcopal Center
Sunday, August 5, 5:45-6:30 am – Lake Logan Episcopal Center


Everyone who registers by midnight on Monday, July 23 will receive the official race shirt.  All participants will also receive another piece of top-notch swag.  We will announce what this item will be in early 2018.


After your race please join us for a post-race lunch near the gazebo. This is near the finish area so you can watch the race finish while you relax. This will also be the site of the awards ceremony.

For the sake of your fellow competitors, please do not remove your bike from transition until 10 am. This will allow everyone to compete under the same conditions.


Awards will be awarded to the top 3 male and female in the following age groups:

Overall, Advanced, Masters Advanced, 13-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, Clydesdale (Males 220 pounds and over), Master Clydesdale, Athena (Females 165 pounds and over), Novice
Awards will be presented to each member of the top three relay teams in the Mixed Relay category

In order to recognize the top 3 finishers at the race and allow all finishers to score in the North Carolina Triathlon Series, we double dip at this event.  The top 3 finishers will receive an overall award and an award in their racing categories.

Note: Your age group will be determined by your age on December 31, 2018.


The race will utilize chip timing. Swimmers will be provided a strap to attach to their ankles and volunteers will remove the strap after the race.
Triathlon participants will receive 5 splits; aquabike participants will receive three splits.


All athletes and spectators should park in the Athlete Parking area located across the bridge and on the left once you arrive at Lake Logan.  There is no athlete or bike dropoff’s.  Please follow the directions of the volunteers.


Glory Hound Events and Set Up Events have a no refund policy.
Race organizers reserve the right to alter, postpone or cancel the race in the interest of participant and/or public safety.


2018:     Overall Men     Overall Women      Category Results

2017:     Overall Men     Overall Women      Category Results

2016:     Overall Men     Overall Women      Category Results

2015:     Overall Men     Overall Women


Event volunteers are being provided by organizations from across the area. If you have a non-profit with strong membership looking for a fundraiser, please email to see how you can be involved.

Planning Your Trip

Haywood County has a wealth of exciting adventures available to adults and families.  Please use the guide at to find rooms, attractions and fun things to do while you are in town to race.


Lake Logan Episcopal Center (At event site)

Cottages: A limited number of beautifully restored cottages and cabins are available at reasonable rates for the weekend at the event site.  Two night minimum.

     Double occupancy (with 3 meals) – $110 (plus tax) per person per night

     Single occupancy (with 3 meals) – $140 (plus tax) per person per night

     Youth rate (12-16 w/adult with 3 meals) – $60 (plus tax) per person per night

     Child rate (4-11 w/adult with 3 meals) – $ 40 (plus tax) per person per night

     Under 4 with adult – Free

     Dog Deposit – $50 non-refundable

Dorms:  There is room for 20 females, 20 males in camp bunks with showers.   The cost for the dorm with three meals per day is $60 (plus tax) per person per night.  Please bring your own linens.

Camping: Back by popular demand, camping will be available in a marked area of the back field.  There is a two-night minimum.  The cost is $25 per night (plus tax).

Lake Logan Episcopal Center Contact: 800-646-0095 or via email at

Other Lodging Options
Please go to for more visitor options while in Haywood County.


Lake Logan is a private lake.  Stay tuned for details regarding participant use of the lake on race weekend.


Please email general race questions to