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Crofton’s Dam Race

July 31 @ 7:00 am - 12:00 pm

RUN. BIKE. KAYAK Runners, bikers and kayakers have discovered a new kind of race along the shores of Lewis & Clark Lake in Northeast Nebraska. Choose your adventure between three events: a sprint triathlon with kayaking instead of swimming, a half marathon or 12-mile bike race. Participants must be 14 years or older. Each entry will receive a t-shirt, bib, and meal at the conclusion of the race. Extra t-shirts and meals can be ordered here. T-shirts will be a dry-fit style shirt. T-shirts are $15 each and meals are $10 each.

START – Weigand Recreation Area beach area at Lewis & Clark Rec Area
FINISH – CHANGE IN ROUTE THIS YEAR ONLY. Finish at Weigand Recreation Area.
AWARDS CELEBRATION & BBQ – Crofton Haymarket, Main Street Crofton

TEAM CAPTAINS: Register your team and pay full team registration fee. From there, you can either
A) Send the registration link to other team members to register on their own.
B) Register for your team members by clicking “Add New Registrant”

PRIZES: The overall individual winner will receive a trophy. The individual winners of each age group and the fastest team will receive a medal.

LODGING: Stay in Crofton at the Lewis and Clark Lodge or the Historic Argo Hotel.  Camping is also available at the Weigand Campgrounds. Make arrangements early as limited rooms are available.

BIKE HELMETS REQUIRED FOR BIKING EVENTS! PLEASE ALSO BRING YOUR OWN LIFE JACKET.

Click the tickets link for more information.

 

Get Tickets: runsignup.com/Race/NE/Crofton/CroftonsDamRace

Details

Date:
July 31
Time:
7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:
Event Tags:
https://www.croftonsdamrace.com/

Venue

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Area
54731 897 Rd.
Crofton, NE 68730
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Phone:
(402) 388-4169
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