Saturday, August 1, 2009

Where do you want to Tri ??

Where do you want to Tri ??

While the Gollnick family is taking vacation, think about where you would like to go next year. How about Knoxville Tennessee, or Middlebury Connecticut (Quassy Amusement Park) or to the Roller Coaster capital of the U.S. – Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky Ohio. Sign up beginning today to experience Rev3 Triathlon and one of these outstanding locations. Registration is now available for Knoxville and Quassy and opens for Cedar Point Sept. 1st 2009.

A little about Rev3 Knoxville:

On Race Day athletes will experience the vitality of Knoxville’s downtown, featuring Volunteer Landing, The University of Tennessee and a fabulous finish in the heart of downtowns famed World’s Fair Park.

Athletes will begin their day entering the Tennessee River via Volunteer Landing adjacent to the very popular Calhoun’s Restaurant. Family and Spectators will have the opportunity to enjoy watching the swim from one of Calhoun’s expansive decks facing the River along with the option of a buffet breakfast set up especially for the Rev3 Triathlon. Athletes will exit the water across from famed Neyland Stadium and begin their bike ride out of the city and into the beautiful rural countryside. Those competing in the Half Rev will venture out toward the base of the Smokey Mountains. Athletes will return to the city of Knoxville and transition onto their respective runs through the University of Tennessee and adjacent neighborhoods culminating with a spectacular finish in the heart of World’s Fair Park.

Race weekend will undoubtedly bring a festival like atmosphere featuring a world class expo, Rev3 worship concert Friday afternoon in the World’s Fair Park Amphitheater, as well as a “Movie Under the Stars” Friday evening for kids on our huge stadium screen adjacent to the Finish Line in World’s Fair Park. The amphitheater will also play host to our Pro Press Conference and Pro Athlete meet and greet Saturday afternoon.

We are also thrilled to be returning to Middlebury Connecticut and Quassy Amusement Park next June for a fun filled weekend of activities for athletes and spectators alike. The Amusement Park will be open throughout the weekend just for the athletes and their families – including great rides, games and an awesome water park, not to mention one of the most challenging courses on the race calendar !! We hope you will join us somewhere in your travels. You can get all the updated information on any of these great events by checking out


  1. Hi Heather!I am thinking of Knoxville actually!! YES YES! !! ! ! !! :) Happy vacation!

  2. Boy, that Knoxville looks awfully temping....I must think on it...oh, but it does look like fun....