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2014 Nautica Malibu Triathlon presented by Equinox Event Schedule

Friday - September 12th:
1:00 pm Herbalife International Distance Race Packet Pickup
  Body Marking Begins
6:00 pm Packet Pickup Closes
  Body Marking Ends

Saturday - September 13th:
4:30 am Zuma Beach Parking Lot Opens
5:00 am Herbalife International Distance Race Packet Pickup Opens
  Transition Area Opens
  Body Marking Begins in Transition Area
6:30 am Packet Pickup Closes
  Transition Area Closes       
6:30 am Mandatory Pre-Race Meeting at Main Stage
7:00 am Herbalife International Distance Race Begins
  Expo Opens
10:00 am Transition Area Re-Opens
11:00 am Sand Castle Demonstration Begins
  Pro Award Ceremony
  Competitor Awards Ceremony
1:00 pm Classic Distance Packet Pickup Opens and Body Marking Begins
  Clinic #1
2:00 pm Clinic #2
3:00 pm Clinic #3
4:00 pm Clinic #4
5:00 pm Sand Castle Demonstration Ends
 

Classic Distance Packet Pickup Closes

Sunday - September 14th:
4:30 am Zuma Beach Parking Lot Opens
5:00 am Classic Distance Packet Pickup Opens            
  Transition Area Opens
  Body Marking Begins in Transition Area
6:30 am Packet Pickup Closes
  Transition Area Closes
6:45 am Mandatory Pre-Race Meeting at Main Stage
7:00 am Classic Distance Race Begins
8:00 am Fun Zone Opens
  Nautica Kid’s Run and Tot Trot Registration Opens at CHLA Tent
9:45 am Nautica Kids Run and Tot Trot Start
10:00 am Professional Award Ceremony
  Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Presentation
  Celebrity Division Awards Ceremony
  Transition Area Re-Opens
10:30 am Competitor Awards Ceremony
12:00 pm Expo Closes

 

 

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