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White Deer Triathlon
Saturday, May 16, 2020.

Boulder Junction is proud to be the home of the annual White Deer Triathlon, held every May. We are excited that our event has evolved and is now entering its sixth year!


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See you Saturday, May 16, 2020!!!

This fun event features a 3-kilometer canoe/kayak/stand-up paddleboard course on Boulder Lake, 22-kilometer bike ride on Boulder Junction’s paved rustic roads and 6-kilometer run along scenic county roads and onto a beautiful forest trail!

Individuals, 2-Person Teams and 3-Person Relay Teams are welcome.  Your fun adventure begins in beautiful Boulder Junction followed by an awards celebration party.  A challenging endurance course awaits you!

Race Information

Your Triathlon Adventure Begins in Boulder Junction!  Entering our 6th year! Thank you to past participants and welcome to new participants!

Open to individuals, 2-person team and 3-person relay team participants from amateur to seasoned triathlete, ages 15-70+.

Individuals:  Solo canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards (SUP) are for individual participants only completing the paddle, bike and run legs.

Two-person teams: Tandem canoes/kayaks are for 2 person teams only. Two person teams consist of two athletes: male/male, male/female or female/female. The total time would be calculated as 1 paddle time + 2 biking times + 2 running times.

Three-person relay teams:  The relay teams consist of 3 individuals each one completing one leg of the triathlon.  The relay team members scores are added together for the total team score.  Canoe, kayak and SUP paddle vehicles can be used.

The race time limit is set at 1pm. If any participant has not passed the finish line and exceeds this limit, they will be disqualified to receive an award medal but can continue to complete the course and receive a completion time and participation medal. Failure to heed the commands of a race official or police means disqualification.

Orientation/Packet Pick-Up:
N46° 06.388  W089° 38.484
Friday, May 15th, 2020 from 5pm – 8:30pm
at the Boulder Junction Community Building on Hwy M at 5392 Park St (Hwy M), Boulder Junction, WI, 54512.

  • Receive your race information, bibs/timing chips, goodie bag, tech shirt, decal
  • Last opportunity to register (no walk-in registrations on Saturday)
  • Review info and ask questions
  • Photo ID required
  • Contact the Chamber ASAP if you cannot make packet pick-up on Friday

Awards Ceremony & Celebration Party:
N46° 06.388  W089° 38.484
Saturday, May 16th, 2020 from 11am – completion of awards ceremony at the Boulder Junction Community Building on Hwy M at 5392 Park St (Hwy M), Boulder Junction, WI, 54512.

  • The finish line and awards will be at the Boulder Junction Community Center from 11:00am until the awards presentation ends on May 16, 2020 with food and music.
  • Bananas and water will be available at the finish line for all participants upon completion of the race.
  • Complimentary massages will be available after the race.

Divisions and Awards:

  • In 2020, we will not be creating separate divisions for canoe, kayak or SUP. You may use the watercraft of your choice, but all entrants will be competing in the same divisions as listed below.

• Individuals, ages 15-70+: Medals will be awarded to the top two males and top two females in each of the following age categories: 15-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49;   50-59, 60-69, 70+. Award plaques will be presented to the top male and top female overall in each division.

• 2 Person Teams: Divisions are male/male, female/female and co-ed in tandem kayak or tandem canoe. Each team member in each of the top finishing divisions will be presented with an award plaque and the runner-up team members in each division will be awarded a medal.

• 3-Person Relay: three people will each complete one leg of the course. A plaque for each member of the top relay team will be awarded and the runner-up team members will be awarded a medal.

• ALL athletes finishing the race will receive a participation medal.

Friday Evening: Area restaurants will be open for dinner:
Aqualand Alehouse is offering Pasta Specials for Triathletes.
Boulder Beer Bar
George’s Pub
The Granary: open for breakfast & lunch until 3pm
The Guide’s Inn: opens at 4pm
Headwaters Restaurant & Tavern
Forest Lake Country Store
Mad Dog Jakes
Smokey’s
Wittig’s Point Resort & Tavern

Evening Tavern Tour throughout Boulder Junction: Beginning on Friday and continuing though Sunday evening, you may get your White Deer Triathlon Tavern Tour punch card stamped at all participating businesses for a chance to win a free individual entry into the 2021 White Deer Triathlon! Drink specials & live music! (No purchase necessary!) Businesses participating in the Tavern Tour are: Aqualand Ale House, Boulder Beer Bar, George’s Pub, Headwaters Restaurant & Tavern, McGann’s Pub & Wine Bar and Wittig’s Point Resort & Tavern.

Saturday:
9 AM Race Starts: Race will begin promptly at the Boulder Lake boat landing. Waves will be assigned at packet pick-up.

1:30 PM Award Ceremony: Ceremony begins at 1:30pm or after the last finisher, whichever time is sooner.

Cookout Lunch beginning at 11 AM:

  • Boulder Junction Lions Club will provide a cook out lunch at the finish line for the participants and their friends/family.
  • Boulder Junction American Legion will have their beer cart available with soda, beer, wine and water.
  • Participants will receive one complimentary meal voucher and one complimentary drink ticket.
  • Family and friends may purchase food for a small fee.
  • Music will begin at 11am and will stop during the award ceremony at 1:30pm, or or following the last runner whichever is sooner.
  • In the case of inclement weather, the Celebration Party will be moved inside of the Boulder Junction Community Center.
  • Limited seating is available outside. If you have a bagged chair, bring it with you and keep in your car for the awards ceremony.
  • Relax and enjoy the fun with your family and friends.

Saturday Evening:

Sunday Fun Day:

Make it a weekend to remember and enjoy!

  • Take an extra day to bike any part of the over 50 miles of paved trail that runs through the woods from Boulder Junction to Manitowish Waters and Mercer going west and going south to Sayner and St. Germain.
  • Fish any of the 194 beautiful lakes in the 10-mile radius of Boulder Junction.
  • Hike any one of the many area nature trails.
  • Enjoy a breakfast or lunch at a local restaurant,
  • Shop the unique Boulder Junction area stores all day at your own leisurely pace.
  • Detailed information and trail maps can be found right here on our website or calling the Boulder Junction Chamber at 1-800-GO-MUSKY.

Restrooms or portable toilets located: 

  • Boulder Junction Community Center
  • Camp Manito-wish Additional InformationYMCA bike/run transition area
  • Boulder Lake landing area
  • Winter Park

Safety and First Aid Stations: In the case of emergency, call 911. Safety and First aid stations will be available at transition stations and finish line staffed by volunteers from the Boulder Junction Fire Department and EMTs.

Equipment: Please remember to bring:

  • Bike helmet, PFD, running shoes, sunscreen, towel, socks, sunglasses
  • Filled water bottles, a smile and a great attitude!

LIMITED Rentals Available At:

Severe Weather Policy:

Any part of the race will be stopped in the event of:

  • Visible lightning
  • An active tornado warning
  • Severe thunderstorm warning encompassing the start time or operation time
  • High winds creating severe wave action/surf
  • In the event of severe thunderstorms and tornado watches/warning, the race start will postponed up to 60 minutes from the scheduled start time if severe weather presents itself.
  • The race may be postponed up to one hour before a cancellation will be issued.
  • A race in progress will be suspended or cancelled if severe weather presents itself during the race.
  • Race officials will monitor the weather on race morning and keep participants aware of any alterations to the schedule or alert athletes if the race has been postponed or cancelled.
  • Please dress for all-weather conditions and plan accordingly.
  • Your safety is our number one concern.
  • NO REFUNDS will be issued if competition must be modified, shortened or cancelled due to weather conditions.

If the race is stopped:

  • If you are on the water, please exit the water immediately and seek shelter.
  • On any other part of the race, please seek shelter immediately.

Please call us with any questions or concerns!

Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce

1-800-GO-MUSKY OR 1-715-385-2400

Course Descriptions & Maps

(1.86 mi) ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST START AT THEIR APPROPRIATE START TIME in the water in front of the boat landing ramp.

  • There will be announcements at 8:30am prior to the race on the landing area. All participants must be out of the water by that time.
  • If the paddle course changes due to weather conditions, you will be emailed and announcements will be made at this time.
  • Your wave number is called which will be about 20 minutes before your start time.  (Wave decal must be on the right front of your craft.)
  • Paddle on Boulder Lake on the designated course marked with large buoys and course boats to the designated landing at Camp Manito-wish YMCA.
  • Safety boats will monitor the course. The course ends at the designated beach marked with multiple colored flags, which is to the left of Nash Hall.
  • Life jackets must remain on until you have landed your boat. Please carry boat/kayak/SUP with your gear to the boat staging area.
  • Safety personnel will assist in giving directions. Leave your paddle craft, paddle and PFD in the designated area. (craft must be marked with your bib number.)
  • Proceed to your station in the bike transition area. Follow the directions of volunteers and signage to the bike staging area.
  • You will pass through the first timing arch as you enter the bike/run transition area which will begin the biking portion of the event.
  • If you cannot complete any leg of the triathlon and withdraw, please let the Race Director know that you are safely off the course.

View 3k paddle route

(13.67 mi) OBSERVE ALL TRAFFIC LAWS AND BE COURTEOUS TO ALL OTHER BIKERS All roads are paved (shoulders are gravel) and safety personnel will be present for assistance at all major intersections and turns. Your safety is our concern.
BIG NEWS!!!! North Creek Rd has been paved! White Deer Tri participants, yes it’s a hill….get over it…without any potholes!!! 

  • The bike route starts at the staging area (behind Boyce Hall) where you will walk your bike to the beginning of the west entrance of Camp Manito-wish YMCA paved driveway.  Mount your bike and ride out this west entrance
  • Turn left onto Hwy K. Stay in the right lane following the route to Ada Street
  • Turn right on Ada Street and proceed down Ada Street to the end of the street and turn left onto Center St.
  • Ride down Center Street to the corner of Center Street and Hwy M and turn right onto Hwy M.
  • Ride south on Hwy M to the to North Creek Rd.
  • Turn right onto North Creek Rd. and follow the signs until you get to Hwy H.
  • Turn right onto Hwy H and continue to the intersection of Hwy H & K.
  • Turn right on Hwy K and travel one mile and turn left on to the West entrance of Camp Manito-wish YMCA. Follow the road back to the Bike Transition area
  • Dismount where the pavement ends and walk it to your bike station.
  • Place your bike back on the bike rack to begin your Run.
  • Your bike segment ends and your running time begins, when you pass back through the timing arch to run.
  • If you cannot complete any leg of the triathlon and withdraw, please let the Race Director know that you are safely off the course.

View 22k bike route

(3.7 mi.) OBSERVE ALL TRAFFIC LAWS AND BEWARE OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND OTHER RUNNERS At all major intersections and turns, safety personnel will be present for assistance.

  • You will go back out through the same timing arch as you did before, to begin your run (which ends the bike leg.)
  • Runners will take the gravel road to that goes out the East entrance to Hwy K and turn left onto Hwy K keeping to the right side of the road.
  • Follow this right lane.  Stay in the right lane following the route to Ada Street turning right on Ada Street and proceed down Ada Street to the end of the street and turn left onto Center St.
  • Run down Center Street to the corner of Center Street and Hwy M then cross Hwy M and proceed onto Green Street to Church Street and turn left.
  • Follow Church St. until the end of that street and then turn right onto Old Hwy K. Stay on Old Hwy K and turn right into Winter Park  and run past the water station then turning right from the parking lot area onto the forest trail.
  • Follow the trail signage to the finish line at the Boulder Junction Community Center.
  • There will be several water stations on this route besides the one at the Camp Manito-wish transition area:
    • Blaisdell Park on Center St.
    • Winter Park on Old K at the entrance to the forest trail (shown below)
  • If you cannot complete any leg of the triathlon and withdraw, please let the Race Director know that you are safely off the course.

View 6K run route

Rules

This fun event features a 3-kilometer canoe/kayak/stand-up paddleboard course on Boulder Lake, 22-kilometer bike ride on Boulder Junction’s paved rustic roads and 6-kilometer run along scenic county roads and onto a beautiful forest trail!

N46° 07.942  W089° 39.366

Participants will take their canoe/kayak/SUP to the Boulder Lake/airport boat landing from 6:30am until 8:30am.

  • Drive through Boulder Junction North on Hwy M.
  • Cross the Manitowish River bridge and then go past the Headwaters Restaurant.
  • Turn left onto Airport Rd. This road becomes one way for the participants only.
  • Then follow the signs back to the airport.
  • Participants must pull off to the right to unload and place the paddle craft and gear on the grass or in the park area near the entrance to the landing.
  • Do not place your paddle craft on the boat landing itself. This must be kept open for the EMTs and for everyone going into the loading zone.
  • Proceed to the bike transition to drop off your bike at Camp Manito-wish YMCA by following the signs directing back to Hwy M which will take you into Boulder Junction to the Veteran’s Memorial triangle at Hwy M & K in front of Mad Dog Jakes/Boulder Beer Bar.
  • There will be signage and course personnel giving directions to Camp Manito-wish YMCA.

N46° 07.110  W089° 39.820

  • From the Veterans Memorial Triangle (located on the west end of town in front of the Mad Dog Jakes/Boulder Beer Bar ) turn right onto Hwy K driving west and drive approximately 1.5 miles to the east entrance of Camp Manito-wish YMCA.
  • Drive into the camp and follow the signs to the Bike/Run transition area.
  • Pull off to the left out of the way of other vehicles to unload your bike and gear.
  • Place your bike and equipment on the pre-numbered bike racks (bib #) in the staging area for the bikes behind Boyce Hall. Unload and set up your area for transition for the biking and running transition portion of the race.
  • Please Note: The biking transition area will be the same area for the running leg to begin.
  • After your drop-off please continue out the West entrance of Camp Manito-wish to Hwy K and turn left.
  • Proceed back to Boulder Junction keeping right on Hwy M to the corner by Coontail. Turn right staying on Hwy M and proceed to the Community Center, ball field or Marsh Road parking areas. There will be signage.
  • All participants should arrive 20-30 minutes prior to their wave start time.
  • Check-in will take place just before you enter the water. If you miss your start time, you may be disqualified or you would leave in the next available wave.
  • The paddle competition will begin in the water along the shoreline in waves between the two buoys.
  • No pedal kayaks are allowed.  If pedals are on a kayak that you use, there will be a 45 minute penalty added to your time on the lake.
  • No more than two people per canoe or kayak are allowed for 2-person teams.
  • Coast Guard approved PFDs must be worn at all times while in the water. If the PFDs are taken off while in the water, you will be disqualified.
  • Safety boats will be on the water watching the course for your safety, which is our utmost concern.
  • If you tip your paddle vehicle and are assisted by the EMTs and taken out of the water and then to shore, there will be a 45 minute penalty added to your time because of the assist and you will be ineligible for a medal, but can still complete the race.
  • If you tip your paddle vehicle but can right your craft and continue on your own, you will have no penalty.
  • If anyone withdraws from the race at any point, please let a race official or the race director know so that we know you are safely off the lake, roads or trails.
  • The course turning point will be a buoy and boat in the water about 0.9 of a mile from the landing.
  • The end-point landing will be at Camp Manito-wish YMCA and will be designated with colorful flags. Please view the map of the course and read the course description for more information.
  • No personal listening devices (iPods, radios, and mp3 players) are allowed during the paddle of the event.

Roads are not closed, so participants must obey safety and traffic directions of race officials and police throughout the race.

  • Helmets must be worn and buckled at all times during the biking leg of this event. If they are removed during this timed section, you will be disqualified.
  • No personal listening devices (iPods, radios, and mp3 players) are allowed during bike portion of the event.
  • No motors on bicycles are allowed.  If a motor is found on your bike, there will be a 45 minute penalty added to your time.
  • Tandem bicycles are not permitted.
  • Failure to heed the commands of a race official or police means disqualification.
  • Bikers must walk their bike to a start line at the pavement and be ready to ride with helmets on and strapped. The bike route begins leaving out the West entrance of Camp Manito-wish and turning left onto Hwy K.
  • Upon returning to Camp Manito-wish, you will re-enter the West entrance of the camp.  Please stay to the right side of the road using caution because some participants may also be leaving the camp to begin their biking leg of the event!
  • On returning to the bike transition area, the participant must again walk the bike from this same line back to your station at the bike rack.
  • Bike on the right side of the lane that you are in. Those wishing to pass another biker are to pass on the left only.
  • If your bike breaks down, please remove yourself from the course and a race official will be on the course to assist you in getting help.
  • If anyone withdraws from the race at any point, please let a race official or the race director know so that we know you are safely off the lake, roads or trails.
  • Please be courteous to other bikers and aware of traffic around you at all times. Safety for all at all times is our utmost concern. Please see the route description and map for more details on the route.

 Roads are not closed so please observe traffic laws.

  • The running portion of this event will begin at the bike transition station.
  • You will exit the bike transition area through the same the timing arch (this ends the bike transition portion and begins the run portion of the event) then go out the East entrance/exit of Camp Manito-wish YMCA. (Run on the right side of the right lane that you are running in and be courteous to other runners.)
  • Please see the map of the run and description of the route.
  • Personal listening devices (iPods, radios, and mp3 players) are allowed during the run portion of the event only. We ask that you keep the volume low for safety on the course. No listening devices are allowed during the paddle and bike portion.
  • If anyone withdraws from the race at any point, please let a race official or the race director know so that we know you are safely off the lake, roads or trails.
  • Transition areas will become congested, so it is advised that you begin early and allow at least one hour to drop off bikes, paddle vehicle and equipment in the two different staging-area locations, beginning at 6:30am until 8:30am.
  • Placement of gear in boat landing staging areas is on a first come basis and paddle vehicles must be kept off of the landing itself.
  • Participant’s bib number decal is to be on all kayaks, canoes and/or SUPs held in staging areas.
  • You will drop off your paddle-craft and equipment at the Boulder Lake site and carry these items into the transition area. (See the Transition 1 section.)
  • Volunteers will be there to assist you.

Please be aware and use caution because some runners may still be exiting the east entrance for their run between noon-1pm!

  • Pick up paddling and biking equipment at Camp Manito-wish YMCA by entering the east entrance from.
  • White Deer Triathlon is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Enter the east entrance of Camp Manito-wish
  • Temporarily park in the grassy area and walk down to the beach to collect your paddle craft.
  • Then drive down to the bike/run transition where you will collect your bike/run gear. Please stay to the right to allow others to pass.
  • Leave out the West entrance.

Camp Manito-wish YMCA is an alcohol free and tobacco free property. No pets are allowed on campus. Thank you for respecting this beautiful property.

Parking Areas & Spectator Viewing/Tips

Participant & Visitor Parking Areas: After dropping off gear, park your car in one of the designated parking areas:
· Boulder Junction Community Center
· Boulder Junction Ball Field (next to the Chamber Office)
· Marsh Road area (across from the Chamber Office)
· There is NO PARKING at Camp Manito-wish YMCA

Shuttle bus stops:  Participants only will take the shuttle back to the Boulder Lake Boat Landing at the Boulder Junction Community Center and Boulder Junction Ball Field from 7:30am-9:30am. There will be NO RETURN SHUTTLE to the landing in the afternoon. Shuttles for participants will only be available prior to the start of the race.

Spectator-Parking & Viewing: Spectators are welcome to cheer on along the bike and run routes. Please use caution.

  • Boulder Lake Boat Landing:
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    PADDLE TRANSITION AREA There will be minimal parking at the boat landing for spectators. Park along the road after the unloading zone.
  • Camp Manito-wish YMCA:
    N46° 07.110  W089° 39.820
    BIKE-RUN TRANSITION AREA Vehicles can be parked at the Vilas County Garage lot at Hwy K  & Marsh Road then spectators may walk the 1/2-3/4 mile walk into the camp for viewing of the paddlers coming into the camp from the shoreline, and in the same general area, spectators can view the bike transition area.
  • Blaisdell Park:
    N46° 06.550  W089° 38.633
    Park downtown and walk down Ada St. to the park for viewing of bikers and runners
  • Winter Park:
    N46° 06.577  W089° 37.967
    Park east of Winter Park entrance on Old K on the South side of the road. (No parking before the entrance for the participants to safely run.) Walk into the park to view runners from this area as they enter the forest trail.
  • Boulder Junction Community Center FINISH LINE:
    N46° 06.388  W089° 38.484
    The finish line is behind the Boulder Junction Community Center by the pavilion.  Parking is at the Community Center, ball field next to the Boulder Junction Chamber Office or on Marsh Rd (across from the Chamber Office)

Spectator tips:

  • There will be viewing near each transition area and the finish line for spectators.
  • Only participants will be allowed in the transition areas with their bibs on.
  •  Please remember sunscreen, binoculars, hat, sunglasses, camera and bottled water.
  • Spectators are discouraged from following along the run/bike routes for the safety of the athletes. Be very careful when driving to avoid getting in the way of the athletes. Their safety is our concern.
  • Allow plenty of time for parking, walking and viewing.
  • Know the participant’s start time and the route. Look at the map and know where you will meet after the event.
  • Tell your athlete that you will be at these transition and viewing sites to view them at so they can be watching for you there.
  • Know the course yourself so it is an enjoyable day and you know what to expect.

Registration & Waiver

Registration open & will be limited to 350 participants.

Your entry includes:

• Short sleeved performance T-shirt (size guaranteed if registered by May 1, 2020)
• Refreshments
• Goodie Bag
• Cook-out lunch
• Celebration Party
• Post-race massages
• Awards Ceremony
• An Adventure in Boulder Junction!

Register by mail by May 6, 2020: (Download the PDF form)
Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 286
Boulder Junction, WI 54512

Online Registration: Is now open and closes May 14, 2020 at noon.  Walk-in registrations will be allowed at Packet Pick-up on, Friday, May 15, 2020, between 5-8:30pm.  There will be NO registrations on the morning of the race!

  • In 2020, we will not be creating separate divisions for canoe, kayak or SUP. You may use the watercraft of your choice, but all entrants will be competing in the same divisions as listed below.

• Individuals, ages 15-70+: Medals will be awarded to the top two males and top two females in each of the following age categories: 15-19; 20-29; 30-39; 40-49;   50-59, 60-69, 70+ . Award plaques will be presented to the top male and top female overall.

• 2 Person Teams: Divisions are male/male, female/female and co-ed in tandem kayak or tandem canoe. Each team member in each of the top finishing divisions will be presented with an award plaque and the runner-up team members in each division will be awarded a medal.

• 3-Person Relay: three people will each complete one leg of the course. A plaque for each member of the top relay team will be awarded and the runner-up team members will be awarded a medal.

• ALL athletes finishing the race will receive a participation medal.

 

  • Early Bird – October 1 thru December 31: $75 individual, $150 2-person team or $165 3-person relay team.
  • Standard Rate – January 1 thru May 15: $85 individual, $170 2-person team or $180 3-person relay team.
  • Online registration is open from October 1, 2019 until May 14, 2020 at noon and on-site registration is open at check-in on Friday, May 15th from 5:00pm-8:30pm.

Proof of registration will be emailed.  Bring photo ID to check in!

Signed waivers are required and separate registrations for every participant.

If you are registering as a 3-Person Relay Team, the captain will register and pay for the entire fee; however, each participant of the relay must sign a separate waiver at check-in on Friday evening when they pick up their packet.

NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS FOR ANY REASON, INCLUDING RACE CANCELLATION OR DISQUALIFICATION.

It is assumed that you will have your own equipment; however, equipment will be available for a fee at the following local business: LIMITED Rentals:

Schauss Woodworking for canoes: 715-385-2434
Camp Manito-wish YMCA for 17’ Grumman Canoes: 715-385-2312
Chequamegon Adventure Company for a Variety of Canoes, Kayaks and SUPs: 715-356-1618
Coontail for Kayaks and SUPs: 715-385-025

Hotels also fill up fast so make your reservations early.

Read the Waiver – All Entrants are Required to Sign

The White Deer Triathlon supports the following triathlons throughout the Northwoods of Wisconsin:

Interested in a triathlon during the winter months? Check out Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon held in Boulder Junction on Saturday, February 15, 2020.

Become a Sponsor

The 2020 triathlon adventure begins with the 6th annual “White Deer Triathlon” on Saturday, May 16, 2020 beginning at 9:00 am.

The White Deer Triathlon’s 3-legs include:

  • 3K canoe/kayak/paddle-boarding (SUP) on a course on beautiful Boulder Lake
  • Biking 22K along rustic paved roads around Boulder Junction
  • Run the 6K on beautiful roads and wooded trails in Boulder Junction.

This is a timed event. Registration opens October 1, 2019 and ends May 15, 2020. Proceeds from this event will help to support the Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce. The Boulder Junction Lions Club and Boulder Junction Legion Post #451 will co-host the awards lunch.

You can help support this event by being a contributing sponsor to the White Deer Triathlon. We are anticipating a great turnout of about 300-350 participants. Sponsors that sign up early will have the benefit of having their name/logo on posters, websites and online registration sites, in print materials and in press releases as they happen throughout this next 8 months. Please review the WDT Sponsorship Form to determine the level you would like to support for this event.

If you have questions or would like to be a sponsor please call Theresa Smith,  Executive Director of the Boulder Junction Chamber at (715) 385-2400 or 1-800-GO-MUSKY.

Thank you in advance for your contribution and support!

Contact Us

Please call the Boulder Junction Chamber at 1-800-GO-MUSKY, or email us at [email protected]

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See you Saturday, May 16, 2020!!!

This fun event features a 3-kilometer canoe/kayak/stand-up paddleboard course on Boulder Lake, 22-kilometer bike ride on Boulder Junction’s paved rustic roads and 6-kilometer run along scenic county roads and onto a beautiful forest trail!

Individuals, 2-Person Teams and 3-Person Relay Teams are welcome.  Your fun adventure begins in beautiful Boulder Junction followed by an awards celebration party.  A challenging endurance course awaits you!

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Coontail Market
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Gold Sponsors
Experience Manitowish
Marshfield Clinic
Aqualand Ale House
Nicolet National Bank
Chequamegon Adventure
WXPR
Silver Sponsors
Calming Stone
Boulder Junction Wellness
The Lakeland Times
Moondeer
Peeplelures
The Lodge Manitowish Waters
Lake View Lodge
Bob's Manitowish / Erv Keller Guide Service
Boulder Junction Fire EMS Rescue
Woodruff Appliance & TV
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Jim Tait Real Estate
Associated Bank
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Nimsgern Funeral Home        
Dixie's Coffee House        
The Guide's Inn        
Gooch's A-1 Bar & Grill        
Lake of the Torches Resort & Casino        
Jeff Long-Century 21 Pierce Realty LLC        
Shaw Building & Design        
Northern Lattes        
Long & Company, Inc.        
Culver's        
Walgreen's        
White Birch Village Resort        
Redman Realty Group        
Golden Karat Jewelers        
Ritchie's Wave Rentals        
Boulder Beer Bar        
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Become a Sponsor

Interested in becoming a sponsor of the White Deer Triathlon?

Please review the WDT Sponsorship Form to determine the level you would like to support for this event.

If you have questions or would like to be a sponsor please call Theresa Smith,  Executive Director of the Boulder Junction Chamber at (715) 385-2400 or 1-800-GO-MUSKY.

Thank you in advance for your contribution and support!

News

Our MANY thanks to past year’s participants!

10/11/2019

MAY 18, 2019 Race Results – Click Here

See photos from the 5th Annual WDT event

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