Registration open for Chippewa Triathlon

The Chippewa Triathlon includes a 14-mile canoe route, 27-mile mountain bike course and 5-mile run

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CASS LAKE, Minn. — Online registration is now open for the Chippewa Triathlon, which is scheduled to take place at 7 a.m. Saturday, June 12.

The event is slated to begin at the MNDOT rest area located on Highway 2 on the city of Cass Lake's east edge. The Chippewa Triathlon includes a 14-mile canoe route, 27-mile mountain bike course and 5-mile run, all through the Chippewa National Forest.

Masks and social distancing will be required before and after the race. To limit gatherings of no more than 50, there will be no pre-event spaghetti dinner and no post-event meal this year.

Preregistration is required and open until 11 a.m. Friday, June 11. Registration can be completed online at . Registration fees are $55 through April 15; $65 April 16 through May 5; $70 May 5 through June 1 and $75 June 1 through June 11. The cost for those ages 15 and under is $25 with a parent or guardian waiver signature.

Packet pickup is 5-9 p.m. June 11 at the Cass Lake MNDOT rest area. To receive one's race number, a waiver must be signed.

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