Ladies DU Fayetteville

Sunday, June 11th, 2017 from 5:00am to 1:00pm


The Ladies DU Fayetteville is a duathlon for women. Distances are similar to a "sprint" style duathlon and the race will utilize the city's paved trail system. The second annual event is sure to be as fun as the first; inviting first time multi-sport racers and novices alike!

What: Run, ride, run around beautiful Lake Fayetteville in this ladies only duathlon. The runs will be 2 miles each and the bike will be 11 miles. Not very often can you get out and run, bike, run in the company of hundreds of other women! We also have an option for 2-person relay teams (one runner, one cyclist).
When: Sunday, June 11, 2017. 8:00am
Where: Lake Fayetteville

Volunteers are needed to assist with all aspects of the event including course set up, registration, transition area assistants, water stations, event clean up, and more! Volunteer opportunities are open to teens and older. 
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Organizer will approve registrants
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Registration Closes
12 hours before each shift starts or when space runs out.
Age Limit
Teens & Older
Requirement Details
Friendly attitude, ability to work in face paced outdoor environment, some knowledge of (or at least an interest in) running or cycling events.
The chance to watch incredible women of all ages, backgrounds, and body types push themselves in multi-sport racing! T-shirts are also provided to volunteers.
Parking Details
Volunteer parking will be located in the business lots adjacent to Veterans Memorial Park, as well as the Lake Fayetteville Softball Field parking lot (overflow if needed)

Shifts (6)

1 - 6 of 6 Shifts
ShiftStart TimeEnd TimeDescriptionRegistrants Needed
Event Set Up / Course Marking5:00am (CT)7:30am (CT)Assist with marking the run and bike course, setting up transition area, setting up start/finish line, and preparing the participant registration/reception area.0/10Over
Registration / Packet Pick Up6:00am (CT)8:30am (CT)Assist participants with picking up packets, getting body marked, and answering any general questions about the race2/8Over
Course Assistants7:30am (CT)10:30am (CT)Stationed along the run or bike course, you will cheer for participants, keep non-racers out of the way, and caution trail/road traffic at any trail/road intersections.1/20Over
Transition Area Assistant7:30am (CT)10:30am (CT)Direct participants in and out of the transition area that they will use between the running and cycling portions of the race. Ensure all cyclist leave with helmets on and runners leave with race bib visible on their front.1/8Over
Finish Line Assistant8:30am (CT)11:00am (CT)Assist the race timers at the finish line by collecting timing chips from participants. Congratulate finishers, hand out finisher medals, and direct ladies to the post-race area with food/water.5/6Over
Event Wrap Up11:00am (CT)1:00pm (CT)Assist with clearing course of signs/cones/barricades, take down start/finish line, back racks, and other event items.1/10Over