The Utah Lake Olympic is a Triathlon race in Spanish Fork, Utah consisting of a Sprint and Super Sprint.
The race starts with a swim in the freshest mountain water you can't even buy in a bottle. The Jordanelle reservoir is surrounded by beautiful mountains and is fed mostly by The Greatest Snowmelt on Earth. Jordanelle Reservoir offers triathletes one of the premier racing locations in Utah.
The race kicks off at the Rock Cliff area boat ramp.The swim course is a an 800 meter counter clockwise loop with the Sprint distance athletes doing one loop and the Olympic distance competitors in it for two.The bike route takes athletes through Francis and Woodland and is a fast course with a few false flats and a great down-hill stretch.Maps, Maps, andKeep Reading
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