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White Deer Triathlon
Saturday, May 21, 2022.

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

In 2022, 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 three males and top three 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 2nd & 3rd place 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 2nd & 3rd place team members will be awarded a medal.
  • ALL athletes finishing the race will receive a participation medal.

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.

Friday, May 20, 2022

5pm-8:30pm – Check-In/Packet Pick-Up:  Mandatory orientation/check-in (need not be present the entire time) at the Boulder Junction Community Center on Hwy M – 5392 Park St, Boulder Junction, WI 54512. Packets include your bib, wave start time, t-shirt and goodie bag. This is a good time for you to ask questions. If you cannot make it between 5pm and 8:30pm on Friday evening, please contact us ASAP. (715)385-2400.

Tavern Tour – both Friday & Saturday evenings:  Visit our local participating taverns offering drink specials for our triathletes. Have your card stamped in each location to enter into a drawing for a complimentary registration in our 2023 White Deer Triathlon. No purchase is necessary. Leave your completed card at your last stop. They will be collected, and the winner notified via email the week following the race.

Saturday, May 21, 2022

6:30am-8:30am – Gear Drop Off:  Paddle drop off at Boulder Lake Boat Landing (Paddle Transition) & bike gear drop off at Camp Manitowish YMCA (Bike/Run Transition)

9am – The race begins! White Deer Triathlon begins at Boulder Lake Boat Landing (Paddle Transition)

11am-2pm – Celebration Party: Cookout lunch from 11am-2pm, awards at 1:30pm. All at the Boulder Junction Community Center. Outdoor seating is limited, if you have a bagged chair bring it with you and keep in your car for the awards.

12pm-3pm – Gear Pick up: You may pick up your triathlon gear at Camp Manito-wish YMCA between 12noon and 3pm.

Tavern Tour – both Friday & Saturday evenings:  Visit our local participating taverns offering drink specials for our triathletes. Have your card stamped in each location to enter into a drawing for a complimentary registration in our 2020 White Deer Triathlon. No purchase is necessary. Leave your completed card at your last stop. They will be collected, and the winner notified via email the week following the race. 

Following the race: Preakness Party at McGann’s Pub & Wine Bar.  

Sunday, May 22, 2022:

Take time to explore … Bike along the 50 plus miles Heart of Vilas County paved bike trail, fish the beautiful lakes, hike area trails, dine at local restaurants and shop the unique Boulder Junction stores – all day at your own pace. Visit boulderjct.org. for recreation, dining and shopping ideas.

Restrooms or portable toilets located: 

  • Boulder Junction Community Center
  • Camp Manito-wish YMCA 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

Gear Exchange/Transition Area

Dropping off Gear: 6:30am – 8:30am

Participants with last names beginning A-L should go to Camp Manito-wish YMCA to drop off bike/run equipment first and M-Z to the Boulder Lake Boat landing to drop off paddle equipment first to avoid congestion at the two transition areas. It takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete this route dropping off your gear. So please allow enough time to get back to the Community Center and catch the shuttle bus to the starting line at Boulder Lake.

Directions to Boulder Lake Boat Landing – PADDLE TRANSITION/STARTING LINE:

  • At Memorial Triangle, follow Hwy M north about 1 mile.
  • Turn left at Airport Road, you will see a “Paddle Transition” sign. This will be a ONE-WAY road for all participants.
  • Follow Airport Road to the boat landing. You will come to a severe right curve with the airport landing strip on your right and the lake on your left.
  • Drive around the curve, pull off to the right to unload your paddle gear. Keep the road open at all times.
  • Place paddle craft in the grassy area around the boat landing or in the park area next to the landing driveway. Do not place on the blacktop landing itself to allow for the check in process.
  • Proceed further down Airport Road following the exit/directional signs to get back to town.
  • Volunteers will be on site to assist you and answer questions.
  • Relay paddle participants after dropping their gear can return to the Community Center and ride over to the Boulder Lake boat landing on the bus. The rest of the relay team (biker and runner) may take their one vehicle to Camp Manito-wish YMCA to park and get ready for the relay.

Directions to Camp Manito-wish YMCA – BIKE/RUN TRANSITION:  

  • Enter via the East Entrance (the first one you come to when coming from Boulder Junction). This is a ONE-WAY entrance.
  • Proceed to the Bike/Run Transition area pulling your car off to the left to unload.
  • Place your bike/gear on the rack at your assigned bib number location.
  • Follow the “Vehicle Exit” sign, which will take you out the West Entrance Road exiting the camp.
  • Turn left at Hwy K to go back into town.
  • Volunteers will be on site to assist you.
  • Relay bike-run participants only will be allowed to park 1 vehicle on the grassy ball field prior to 9:00am as a way for the paddle & bike participants to return to the Community Center Finish Line after completing their parts of the event.

Parking and Shuttle Bus:

After dropping off gear, park your car in one of the designated parking areas:

  • Boulder Junction Community Center – On Hwy M South (5392 Park St, Boulder Junction, WI 54512)
  • Boulder Junction Ball Field (next to the Chamber Office) – On Hwy M South
  • Marsh Road area (across from the Chamber Office) – On Hwy M South
  • There is NO PARKING at Camp Manito-wish YMCA and only limited spectator parking at the boat landing

Participants driving solo should take shuttle back to the boat landing for the beginning of the race.  Shuttle bus stops are 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.  4 smaller buses will be arriving/departing every 10-15 minutes to transport participants to the boat landing start line. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST BUS! 

Triathletes should be at the boat landing 15-20 minutes prior to your start time. If you plan to “loosen up” prior to the race, you will need to be out of the water by 8:30am.

You may pick up your triathlon gear at Camp Manito-wish YMCA between 12noon and 3pm.

  • Enter through East Entrance of camp going down the hill and temporarily park in the open grassy area on your right.
  • Use caution when driving in as there still may be runners leaving Camp.
  • Park in the grassy ball field area and walk down the path to the beach to get your paddle craft.
  • Take your vehicle to the bike/run transition area, pull off to the left so other vehicles can pass through and pick up your bike and other gear.
  • Exit as you did in the morning going out the West entrance road.
  • Volunteers will remain in the area until 3pm to answer questions and monitor the gear pick-up.

Course Descriptions & Maps

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

  • Route begins at the Boulder Lake Boat Landing and ends at Camp Manito-wish YMCA.
    Bring your paddle craft from the staging area onto the blacktop landing 20 minutes prior to your wave start time.
  • 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.
  • You will be required to check-in at the flagged barricades 15 minutes prior to your wave start time with your paddle craft and then carry your paddle craft to the water’s edge to be ready to enter the water when directed.
  • You will enter and warm up in the water 10 minutes prior to your wave start time.
  • You will be instructed to paddle to and line up at the start line at 5 minutes before your start.
  • A horn will blow to start the race.
    If you miss your wave, you may be disqualified.
    If you tip over and can right yourself, you may continue. Participants must stay with their craft or pull their craft to shore if they are in shallow water. If you are close enough to shore, you may pull your craft to shore and re-enter the race when ready. If you cannot right your craft, stay with your craft and if possible, pull yourself up on top of the craft and wait for a safety or rescue boat to come an assist you as soon as they can.
  • You will see a large marker buoy along the shore line as you look out onto the lake. Stay on the outside of the buoys and you will see the turn buoy and turn boat after you pass the 2nd buoy. Paddle beyond and around the turn buoy and head towards the opposite shoreline on your right. You will again see 2 more of the same type of buoys which will take you to the beach at Camp Manito-wish.
  • You will be landing at a Camp Manito-wish beach area.
  • Carry your paddle craft up a slight incline to a strip of carpet and volunteers will take it from there.
    PLEASE leave your PADDLE and PFD with your paddle vehicle in the beach area. Be sure your items are labeled with your name.
  • Your paddle craft will be carefully placed in rows on the ground in that area for when you return to pick it up.
  • Proceed to the Bike/Run Transition area where you will go through the timing arch on foot as you enter this area. This ends your paddle time and begins your bike time.

Paddle Route Map

(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.

  • 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.

Bike Route Map

(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

Run Route Map

If you cannot complete any leg of the triathlon and withdraw, please let the Race Director know that you are safely off the course.

Rules

 

  • 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 area.
  • You will drop off your paddle-craft and equipment at the Boulder Lake site and carry these items into the transition area.
  • Bike gear drop off is at Camp Manitowish YMCA (Bike/Run Transition) where bike racks will be set up & numbered with your bib numbers.
  • Volunteers will be there to assist you.
  • 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.
  • All participants are obligated to assist a fellow racer who has tipped their craft, if they can do an assisted rescue.
  • If you are unable to complete the paddle course and are taken to the Camp Manito-wish shore by the Rescue boat, you must be checked out by an EMT before completing the rest of the course. 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.
  • If the EMT determines it is medically not wise to continue the race, the White Deer Triathlon event committee has reserved the right to pull the participant out of the competition and he/she will be disqualified based on the recommendation of the EMTs.
  • 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 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.
  • Paddler will begin the race with the full triathlon at the designated starting line. Once the paddler passes through the timing arch proceed to the designated Relay Team bib swap area by the water station & porta potties in the transition area. Exchange the bib (which are worn by belt around your chest) to the biker. After the bike leg proceed to designated Relay Team bib swap area and exchange bib with the runner. Runner proceed through timing arch which ends the Bike portion of the race & begins the running timing.
    • You will receive a parking pass for Camp Manito-wish YMCA so that your bike team member and run team member can park there during the race.
    • All three team members will need to sign a waiver at orientation/check-in.

Spectator Info

  • Spectators are welcome to cheer on along the bike and run routes. Please use caution when driving.
  • Camp Manito-wish YMCA – BIKE/RUN TRANSITION AREA – No entrance by car is permissible. The only way in or out is walking (.5 mile in/out). Spectators need to keep in mind the time it takes to get in and out of camp when planning their viewing schedule. Parking is near the Vilas Garage at Marsh Rd & Hwy K, which is a short walk from the East Entrance.
  • Blaisdell Park on Center St. at the end of Ada St. Please note that Ada and Center Streets are closed to traffic during the race and viewing at the park is walk in only from downtown walking south down Ada or from the Bakery area on M walking west down Center St.
  • Winter Park – Spectators can park east of the park entrance which is beyond the park entrance, so they are out of the way of the runners. Spectators are welcome to wait and watch for their runner in the Winter Park parking lot. Spectators are not allowed on the Forest Trail.
  • Boulder Junction Community Center – FINISH LINE – behind the Community Center is a great place to cheer you on!
  • The Lions Club will be cooking brats, hot dogs, veggie burgers and hamburgers, plus the Legion will have beer, wine, soda and water for sale while you wait!

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

Your entry includes:

  • Short sleeved performance T-shirt (size guaranteed if registered by May 1, 2022)
  • Refreshments
  • Goodie Bag
  • Cook-out lunch
  • Celebration Party
  • Awards Ceremony
  • An Adventure in Boulder Junction!

Registration

Register by mail:
Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 286
Boulder Junction, WI 54512

Online Registration: Opening January 2022.

Walk-in registrations will be allowed at Packet Pick-up on, Friday, May 20, 2022, between 5-8:30pm.  There will be NO registrations on the morning of the race!

  • Standard Rate – January 1 thru May 15: $85 individual, $170 2-person team or $180 3-person relay team.
  • Online registration is open from January 10, 2022 until May 19, 2022 at noon and on-site registration is open at check-in on Friday, May 20 from 5:00pm-8:30pm
  • Proof of registration will be emailed.
  • 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. Read the Waiver – All Entrants are Required to Sign
  • NO REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS FOR ANY REASON, INCLUDING RACE CANCELLATION OR DISQUALIFICATION.

Become a Sponsor

The 2022 triathlon adventure begins with the 7th annual “White Deer Triathlon” on Saturday, May 21, 2022 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 will open after the first of the year. 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.

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 715-385-2400, or email us at [email protected]

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!

Our Sponsors

Gold Sponsors
Experience Manitowish
Zenar Corporation
Nicolet National Bank
Coontail
Coontail Market
Silver Sponsors
The Lodge Manitowish Waters
Bob's Manitowish / Erv Keller Guide Service
Boulder Junction Fire EMS Rescue
Shaw Building & Design
Associated Bank
Peeplelures
Northern Highland Sports
The Merkowitz Family
Design Solutions
Aqualand Ale House
Bronze Sponsors

Moondeer & Friends Gallery        
Lake of the Torches Resort & Casino        
Golden Karat Jewelers        
Dixie's Coffee Shop        
Culvers        
Achilles Foot and Ankle Clinic, S.C.        
Walgreens        

Become a Sponsor

Interested in becoming a sponsor of the White Deer Triathlon?

Here are the available sponsorship packages.

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!

05/17/2021

Congrats to all of this years finishers! 2021 Race Results

See photos from the White Deer Duathlon 2021 event

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