Ladies DU Fayetteville
COVID-19 EVENT UPDATE
As we work through a rapidly changing and unpredictable situation in Fayetteville and throughout the world, health and safety remain our number one priority. We are committed to supporting our community and fulfilling our mission as we all work together to minimize the impacts and spread of COVID-19.
With that in mind, the Ladies Du Fayetteville duathlon race has been rescheduled from June 14 to Sunday, October 11, 2020. We delight in the atmosphere of the Ladies Du and the unique race experience it provides to female athletes. This is why we have chosen to postpone the event, allowing us to create and offer that one-of-a-kind duathlon experience at a later date this fall. The health and safety of our race participants, in addition to our community, remains our top priority.
The updated training program dates and race details can be found below. Participants that are currently registered have been contacted with more details regarding options with the reschedule.
Event Information(updated 4.30.2020)
Run, ride, run around the beautiful Lake Fayetteville in this ladies only duathlon. Each run will be 2 miles and the bike will be 11 miles, all of which will be on paved trail. What sounds better than the chance to get out and run, bike, run in the company of hundreds of other women!
When: Sunday, October 11, 2020. 7:00am
What: Duathlon - Run 2 miles, Bike 11 miles, Run 2 miles
Where: Lake Fayetteville / Veterans Memorial Park.
Who: Ladies only! Participate as an Individual or as a Relay (team of two)
RegistrationOnline Registration for the 2020 Ladies Du Fayetteville duathlon is open.
Individual - $50
Relay - $90 (team of two; one runner, one cyclist)
Training Program - $95
Registration includes: Athletic (sleeveless) top, finisher medal, electronic chip timing, photo downloads!
The Ladies Du training program will meet once a week for seven weeks leading up to the duathlon. Registration for the training program includes entry (individual) into the duathlon. The program will meet on Wednesdays, 6:00-7:00pm, August 26, September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, October 7 at Veterans Memorial Park. Workouts will include running, cycling, cross-training, and transition practice. In addition to the fitness sessions the training program will feature two goal setting / mindset workshops, one pre-program (August 26) and one post-race/program on October 14.
The Ladies DU Fayetteville will utilized the paved trails in the Lake Fayetteville area. The RUN course is an out and back on Clear Creek Trail and the BIKE course is two laps around Lake Fayetteville on the Lake Fayetteville Trail. Course map can be viewed here: 2019 Course Map
All finishers will receive a finisher medal. Awards will be given to the top three overall individuals and to the top three overall relay teams. Age group awards will be given to the top three finishers as well. Age groups are <14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, >70. A short awards presentation will be held once all racers have finished (approx 9:30am).
If you are looking to get involved, we have plenty of opportunities for you such as event set up, participant check in, timing assistants and course monitors. Register for this or any Fayetteville Parks and Recreation event via Give Pulse or contact Tiffany Hoover, Assistant Recreation Superintendent, by email.
The Fayetteville Race Series would not be successful with out support from our event sponsors. Thank you to those who have contributed! For information on sponsorship opportunities, please refer to our Ladies Du Fayetteville Sponsor Deck and contact Fayetteville Parks and Recreation.
Results Ladies DU Fayetteville 2019 Results, provided by Race Wizard
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2018 Results, provided by Race Wizard
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2017 Results, provided by Race Wizard
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2016 Results, provided by Race Wizard
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2019 Photos, courtesy of 1611' Photography
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2018 Photos, courtesy of Megan Sebeck
Ladies DU Fayetteville 2017 photos, courtesy of Megan Sebeck