Due to the safety of the participants and road opening times, course time limits will be set for the 2015 triathlon.
CB&I TRI – The Woodlands race staff reserves the right to remove an athlete from the course and DNF the athlete if our course staff determines there is no possibility of an athlete finishing the given discipline (swim, bike, run) before the posted cut-off times based on an athlete’s location, time and average speed up to that point.
Open Water Swim Guide
Water Temperature as of May 15, 2015 : 76º
2015 Swim Course Map
- 2015 CB & I TRI race day water temperature was 75.7º.
- 2014 CB & I TRI race day water temperature was 74.6º.
- 2013 CB & I TRI race day water temperature was 70º.
- 2012 CB & I TRI race day water temperature was 84º.
2015 Wave List
Course Time Limits
Due to the safety of the participants and road opening times, course time limits are set. All information is subject to change.
|| Cut Off Time
|| 8:30 a.m.
|| Swim Course Closes
- 30 minutes after the final wave starts (8:00 a.m.).
- All athletes must complete the swim course by 8:30 a.m. or they will not be allowed to start the bike.
|| 9:20 a.m.
|| Bike Course Closes
- All athletes must leave Transition (T2) by 9:20 a.m. or they will not be allowed to start the run.
|| 10:15 a.m.
|| Run Course Closes
- All finishers MUST be in by no later than 10:15 a.m. when the finish line closes.
USAT Triathlon Wetsuit Rules
4.4 Wetsuits. Each age group participant shall be permitted to wear a wet suit without penalty in any event sanctioned by USA Triathlon up to and including a water temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. When the water temperature is greater than 78 degrees, but less than 84 degrees Fahrenheit, age group participants may wear a wet suit at their own discretion, provided however that participants who wear a wet suit within this temperature range shall NOT be eligible for prizes or awards. Age group participants shall not wear wet suits in water temperatures equal to or greater than 84 degrees Fahrenheit. The wetsuit policy for elite athletes shall be determined by the USAT Athletes Advisory Council. The AAC has set the wetsuit maximum temperature for elites at 68 degrees for swim distances less than 3,000 meters and 71.6 degrees for distances of 3,000 meters or greater. Effective January 1, 2013, any swimmer wearing a wetsuit with a thickness measured in any part greater than 5 millimeters shall be disqualified.