The picturesque Lake Logan Conference Center is the home of one of the most beautiful venues in all of multi-sport racing. Here you will find wet suit legal swims in August, challenging and scenic bike courses, and runs on a tree canopied course along a rolling river. You will probably also see bald eagles flying overhead during your stay.
The Lake Logan International takes place on Sunday, August 8 and we invite you to join us as
we celebrate 15 years of multi-sport racing at Lake Logan.
Registration for the 2021 Lake Logan International will begin fall 2020
Race Cap: The race is capped at the first 500 participants.
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 east to Canton before returning through Clyde and Bethel
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 to the finish line. There is an elevation gain on the outward half of the course of 199′.
Lake Logan International Swim Course Map
Lake Logan International Bike Course Map
Lake Logan International Bike Course Elevation Chart
Lake Logan International Run Course Map
Lake Logan Bike Course Cue Sheet (all races)
If you have lodging reserved at Lake Logan, please consider keeping it and using this as a low stress, training weekend where you can still enjoy the beauty and amenities of the Lake Logan Conference Center.
Lake Logan Conference Center Contact: 800-616-0095 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Logan is a private lake. Please contact the Lake Logan Conference Center for information on day passes.
Cash awards from the Todd Stien Memorial will be made as follows:
1st Overall (male and female) – $250, 2nd Overall (male and female) – $150, 3rd Overall (male and female) – $100
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, Aquabike
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, 2020.
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.
Everyone currently registered for the 2020 race will have his or her entry automatically deferred into the 2021 event.
Race organizers reserve the right to alter, postpone or cancel the race in the interest of participant and/or public safety.
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 email@example.com to see how you can be involved.