Volunteer

TRIKIDS Event Volunteers

Sunday – June 9 at Wasa Lake, 1 Volunteer expected = for every family who has a Trikid registered, to ensure event will not be cancelled. PARENTS- include Trikids name with your last name on sign up to verify a Trikid is connected to a Volunteer. Thank you! Any questions, email: [email protected]

ADULT Event Volunteers

Sunday June 9 – Sprint Events/Standard Events/Teams Saturday, June 8 for Event Set-up / Race bag pick-up and Take down (Sunday June 9). Thank you! Any questions, email: [email protected]

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us!

We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help make the Wasa Lake Triathlon a success! As a volunteer, you will play a crucial role in ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for our athletes. With a variety of positions available, there’s a role for everyone. Join our team of dedicated volunteers and be a part of this exciting event!

Click the links below to access the volunteer sign up sheets with role details and times.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Please open, download, print, and read the following:

VOLUNTEER GUIDE 2024

The Wasa Triathlon has been a popular and successful event because of its dedicated and enthusiastic volunteers. Volunteers are entered for great draw prizes, enjoy snacks and beverages on us!

To volunteer for Committee or Course Coordinator roles at the Wasa Triathlon, contact us

Adult Event Volunteer Roles/Descriptions for Sprint/Standard/Warrior events:

Adult Race Package Handout: Saturday June 8 at Just Liquid Sports in Cranbrook. BC. Meet for instructions (Sprint/Trikids/Standard/Teams/Aquabike)


Saturday, June 8 2024 – Event set up and Race bag Pick only.

Below ROLES for Saturday cancelled for 2024 only:

Racer/Volunteer/Staff Check-in: 6 am in Transition Area, Wasa.

Role: check-in athletes/Volunteers/staff, body marking, and give out timing chip.

Swim Course: 7am meeting (check-in prior)

Role: kayakers/paddleboarders/ lifeguards on water with paddle & PFD jacket guiding the swimmers along the course (own gear helpful).

Transition Zone: from 7:45 am in the Transition Area Wasa.

Role: to direct and cheer on racers!

Wetsuit Strippers: Maybe? If we have enough volunteers lets do it! from 8:00-9:00am just outside of the Transition Area.

Role: to assist swimmers with the removal of their wetsuit once they complete the swim portion

Run Course: from 8am various locations on the run course.

Role: to direct and cheer on racers on the run course.

Runner Escorts on MTB: 8:30 am on run course.

Role: to follow on mtn bike the top 3 F & M runners of the Sprint Triathlon.

Bike Course: from 7:30 am at various locations on the bike course.

Role: to direct cyclists on the bike course, ensure safety and to cheer them on.

Post-race Food: from 8:30 am Finish-line Food in Transition Area.

Role: to cut up fresh fruit and organize food on the tables for racers to eat after their race, must be able to wear food safe gloves.

Sunday, June 9, 2024 RACE DAY (updates can be found in Volunteer Guide above).

All volunteers are required to check-in at Volunteer Table prior to volunteer shift or entering venue. Check-in located at Horseshoe Bay at Wasa Lake (Start of Transition)

ROLES for Sunday, June 9:

Racers/Volunteer/Staff Check-in: from 6:00am in Transition Area, Wasa.

Role: check-in athletes/volunteers/staff, body marking, and give out timing chip.

Swim Course: 7am meeting (check-in prior)

Role: kayakers/paddleboarders/ lifeguards on water with paddle & PFD jacket guiding the swimmers along the course (own gear helpful).

Transition Zone: 7:45am in Transition Area Wasa.

Role: to direct and cheer on racers!

Wetsuit Strippers: Maybe? If we get enough volunteers lets do it! Just outside of the Transition Area.

Role: to assist swimmers with the removal of their wetsuit once they complete the swim portion

Run Course: from 8:30 am options at various locations on the run course.

Role: to direct and cheer on racers on the run course.

Runner Escorts on MTB: 9:30-10:30am on run course.

Role: to follow on mtn bike the top F & M runners of the Standard Triathlon.

Bike Course: 7:30am at various locations on the bike course.

Role: to direct cyclists on the bike course, ensure safety and to cheer them on.

Post-race Food: 9:15 am at Finish-line Food Tent in Transition.

Role: to cut up fresh fruit and organize food on the tables for racers to eat after their race.