New England’s favorite half distance triathlon! Discover why thousands have chosen the award-winning Patriot Half as their first half distance triathlon… and hundreds come back year after year.

Take note!

  • Bike Course Adjustment: The Patriot Half bike course was adjusted on 5/22/22 to avoid a section of road that was considered too beat up (and won’t be paved by race day); the resulting course adjustments slightly reduced the overall distance to 54 miles. See the “Course Info and Maps” section below for a revised bike course cue sheet and map.
    Triathlon Skills Training Camp
    – A 1/2 day training camp at Cathedral Camp (site of the Patriot Half led by the coaches of Breakthrough Performance Coaching; click here to learn more.
  • NEW Patriot Half Cycling Jersey now available. LIMITED QUANTITY! Click here for more info and to order yours!

The 2022 Patriot Half will be held Saturday, June 18, 2022  at Cathedral Camp in East Freetown, MA. This will be the 16th year of this award-winning race which was recognized as “Best Small Race (less than 1,000 athletes) an unprecedented 3x in the “Triathlete’s Choice Awards” program and as “Best Triathlon” in the Best of Competitor Awards (Northeast). The Patriot features a 1.2 mile swim in Long Pond, the largest fresh water body of water in Massachusetts, a bike course offering 54 miles of beautiful roads with some rolling hills and a 13.1 mile run along country roads, farms and lakes with plenty of aid stations to keep you fueled… plus special attention to the little things that set our events apart from the rest.

10 Reasons To Do This Race

Here are 10 reasons to put the Patriot Half on your ‘A’ list of races for the season…

  1. finisher_tri fury_cropped from bottom reducedAn award winning race with a great reputation: The Patriot Half has won “Best Triathlon” in the Northeast by Competitor magazine and “Best Small Race” (less than 1,000 athletes) in the Triathlete’s Choice Awards in 2013, 2017 and 2018 (the only race to win this award THREE times!).  This race has sold each of the last 12 years… ask around and you’ll learn why!
  2. Safety first: Your safety is our greatest concern. To ensure the safety of athletes we utilize plenty of lifeguards and medical professionals to support the swim, police details to help control traffic, volunteers along the bike and run courses, signage that alerts motorists a race is in progress, emergency medical staff on site and more.
  3. A gorgeous, convenient venue: The Patriot is held at Cathedral Camp which is situated on the shore of Long Pond and about a 45 minute drive from Boston, MA and Providence, RI. Cathedral Camp offers plenty of open space for spectators to hang out, relax and root on racers as well as parking right on site, just a short walk from transition.
  4. A rural, scenic setting: The swim is in beautiful Long Pond, the largest freshwater body of water in MA and the bike and run are along country roads where you’ll pass cranberry bogs, lakes and farms.
  5. A course “just right” for your first or next half: There’s no such thing as an “easy” half, but the swim is in the relatively calm and idyllic temperature waters of Long Pond (usually in the high 60s/ low 70s) and the bike and run are on roads which are generally flat with some rolling hills offering you just the right challenge  — this is one of the reasons why thousands of athletes have chosen the Patriot as their first half!
  6. Excellent value: The price of entry includes a first-class race with generous volunteer support, terrific swag (t-shirt, water bottle, other swag, finisher medal and more), race photos, a delicious post race catered meal and a chance at winning valuable giveaways.
  7. An experienced, award-winning event production team: The Patriot Half is organized by Sun Multisport Events winner of the “Best Triathlon Series” in voting by athletes in the “Triathlete’s Choice Awards” and the same team behind other popular events including Cranberry Trifest, RACE-MANIA and the Barn to Run Trail Race Series.  The core event management team has worked the Patriot Half for an average of 5+ years and Race Director, Mark Walter, has directed the event each year of it’s existence.
  8. Generous volunteer support: Volunteers are key to a successful race; we’ll have plenty on hand to help you from registration and parking right through serving you the post-race meal.
  9. Race along side teammates: Are you a member of a tri club? We rack members of teams together in transition so tell us the name of your club when registering and we’ll rack you along side teammates. (note: relay teams, elite and aquabike athletes are racked together regardless of team association).
  10. Attention to the “little things”: We pride ourselves on paying attention to the little — and not so little — things that add up to to an award-winning race experience that has exceeded the expectations of countless athletes. A strong focus on safety, superior organization, friendly staff, generous volunteer support, personalized rack positions, gender-specific t-shirts, and a water bottle wrapped in a cold hand towel at the finish are just some of the things you can expect from a Sun Multisport Events production.

BONUS reason! If you’re racing a summer IRONMAN (e.g. IRONMAN Lake Placid), the Patriot Half is the ideal tune-up.

Event Details - Live Event

Event Date and Location: The Patriot Half will be on Saturday, June 18, 2022. Paratriathlete athletes will start at 6:50am and subsequent waves will begin going starting at 7:00am. The site of the race is Cathedral Camp located at 167 Middleboro Road in East Freetown, MA on the shores of Long Pond.

Event Distance: Swim: 1.2 miles (1 loop); Bike 54 miles; Run: 13.1 miles (1 loop); Aquabike athletes complete the same 1.2 mile swim and 55 mile bike course as athletes doing the triathlon

Cut-off Times: Athletes must complete the swim by 9:00am, the bike course by 12:45pm and the the run course by 3:00pm.  Event management reserves the right to withdraw athletes from the course that have gone past these cut-off times.

Age Groups: Standard USA Triathlon age divisions in five year increments (e.g. 19 and under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, etc.). Your age group is determined by your age on December 31, 2021! MINIMUM AGE: 17 years old as of December 31, 2022.

Special Divisions: There will be Clydesdale (Men, 220+ lbs), Athena (Women, 165+ lbs), Paratriathlete and Aquabike (swim and bike only) divisions.

All male & female Aquabike athletes will start in the last swim wave and then bike the same course as other athletes doing all three legs of the triathlon. Aquabike athletes receive a finisher medal and the same swag as athletes doing the full triathlon.

race_3048_photo_38327232Awards and Cash Prizes: Awards will be given to the top 3 male and female finishers in each age group as well as to the top 3 Athenas, Clydesdales and Paratriathletes.

The Aquabike category will be divided into 2 age group divisions. The age groups will be determined by splitting the field in half as evenly as possible based on age. The 2021 Aquabike field age groups were Age 49 and Under and Age 50+.

All 3 members of the 1st place male, female and mixed relay teams will also receive an award.

A cash prize purse of $1,000 will also be distributed to the first ($300) and second ($200) place male and female finishers in the Open/Elite category. You MUST race in the Open/Elite category to be eligible to win prize money. If you race as an age grouper and still finish as one of the two fastest overall males or females you still won’t be eligible to win prize money. If you think you have a shot at prize money, register in the Elite/Open category.

Overnight Bike Check: Athletes have the opportunity to check their bike into transition during packet pick-up hours (4pm-7pm) the day before the race. All athletes who wish to check in their bike will need to first go to packet pick-up to get their bike sticker with their bib number and then affix that number to their bike.  Only bikes with bike number stickers affixed to their bikes will be admitted into transition and the athlete must also show their matching run bib#. Security will be in place from the conclusion of packet pick-up on Friday until transition re-opens on race morning at 5am. Athletes are not required to check in their bike the night before the race. This option is offere as a convenience to athletes.

Post Race Meal: All athletes are invited to enjoy the post-race catered meal which will include vegetarian and gluten free food options provided by Riccardi’s Restaurant of New Bedford, MA.

FREE Race Photos: Photos of athletes will be taken by a professional photographer and posted online post-event. Each athlete will be able to download 1 photo for free and download additional photos for a fee.

USA Triathlon Membership: The Patriot is a USAT sanctioned event. All athletes must (a) present a valid, current USAT Annual Membership Card at registration OR (b) purchase a 1-day USAT license. If you are an annual member, but forget to bring your card you will be required to purchase a 1-day license.

Important Rules: USA Triathlon rules will apply. Please review the rules at There will be USAT Officials present at the event. Three areas of common violations are (1) Drafting, (2) Blocking and (3) Centerline. To avoid drafting violations you must stay at least 3 bike lengths behind the competitor in front of you. When attempting to pass you must do so within 15 seconds. Blocking violations are assessed for failing to ride to the right (except when passing). Centerline violations are incurred when cyclists cross the yellow centerline of the road. HELMETS ARE REQUIRED. Chin strap must be buckled at ALL times you are on the bike even in the transition area. Handlebars/aerobars must have bar-end plugs securely inserted into the bar. Taping over bar ends is not permitted. Lack of bar end plugs will result in disqualification.

Event Details - Virtual

The Virtual Patriot Half gives you the option to race where you want (indoors or outdoors) and when you want between 6/18/22 and 6/26/22. Choose from three race divisions:

  • Triathlon (1.2 mile swim, 55 mile bike, 13.1 mile run)
  • Aquabike (1.2 mile swim, 55 mile bike)
  • Duathlon (3.1 mile run, 55 mile bike, 13.1 mile run)

You can complete all miles of each leg one after the other or do the entire event over multiple days and multiple sessions (e.g. you can do the 55 mile bike over 2 different rides on 2 different days) as long as you complete it by 6/26/22.

Once you complete all the legs of the multisport division you choose, you upload the results (details on how are below).

Price: $79 (includes swag to be mailed to the address you provide when registering; swag to include t-shirt, water bottle, finisher medal and more).

Participants in the virtual Patriot Half can download and share their race bib and upload their results from the haku registration platform. Step by step directions on how to do this are below.


  1. Login to your account on haku at
  2. Click on the “Your Registrations” tab at the top
  3. Click on the “Patriot Half” event
  4. Click the blue button that says “Get Your Virtual Bib” and your bib will automatically download.


  1. Login to your account on haku at
  2. Click on the “Your Registrations” tab at the top
  3. Click on the “Patriot Half” event
  4. Click on “Submit Activity”
  5. Connect your wearable device (FitBit or Garmin only) or enter in your results manually.
  6. Enter in your finish time and the day/time you completed your activity. You can also upload a link or picture of the device you used to time yourself and track your miles, but it is not mandatory.
  7. Press “Submit”

Finisher certificates will be available to those who completed all legs of their event starting 6/18/22.

Registration Fees

USAT SanctionedThe Patriot Half is a USAT sanctioned event. USAT Annual members will need to have a valid USAT license on race day. If you are not an annual member, you will be required to purchase a 1-day USAT license for $15. Your entry fee includes:

  • An award winning race experience
  • Great swag including t-shirt, water bottle and 1-2 other items
  • Finisher medal
  • Live results published online so friends & family can track you
  • 1 race photo
  • A post-race catered meal
  • Eligibility for valuable giveaways from our sponsors

2022 registration fees are listed below.

Active Military Discount: Note that we offer discounts to active military personnel. To claim this discount email Mark at for details. Proof of current active service required.

Triathlon, Individual:

  • $279 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $289 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $299 from 1/1/22 until the race sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Triathlon, Relay Team:

  • $379 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $389 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $399 from 1/1/22 until the race sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Aquabike, Individual:

  • $269 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $279 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $289 from 1/1/22 until the race sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Virtual Patriot Half – Triathlon, Aquabike and Duathlon options available:

  • $79 until the close of online registration

MULTI-RACE BUNDLES: Sign up for the Patriot Half and other races from Sun Multisport Events and save!

The Triple Dog Dare – 3 different races at 3 different distances for 1 great price! The Triple Dog Dare includes the Patriot Half Triathlon, the Cranberry Trifest Olympic Triathlon and the Sun Multisport Sprint Triathlon of your choice. Our sprints include the Whaling City Triathlon (New Bedford, MA; 7/17/22) and the Pilgrimman Sprint Triathlon (Plymouth, MA; 9/17/22). At this time we are planning to produce the Cranberry Trifest Olympic and Sprint distance races on the same day.

  • $449 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $469 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $489 from 1/1/22 until the race sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Half Crazy – Love half distance racing?! Bookend your season with the Patriot Half in June and the Pilgrimman Half in September (Plymouth, MA; 9/17/22). Choose from Triathlon or Aquabike options.

Half Crazy Triathlon

  • $469 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $479 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $489 from 1/1/22 until the Patriot Half sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Half Crazy Aquabike

  • $459 from opening of registration thru 10/31/21
  • $469 from 11/1/21 thru 12/31/21
  • $479 from 1/1/22 until the Patriot Half sells out or the close of online registration (whichever comes first)

Event Schedule

Event Timeline (tentative):

Mid-week packet pick up will be offered on Monday, 6/13/22, and/or Wednesday, 6/15/22, at a location to be announced. In 2021 mid-week packet pick-up was offered at FastSplits in Needham Heights, MA and Landry’s Bicycles in Boston.

Friday, 6/17/22:

  • 4:00pm-7:00pm: Packet pick-up at Cathedral Camp (the race site) located at 167 Middleboro Road, East Freetown, MA. Photo ID required.

Saturday, June 18, 2022

  • 5:00am: Transition opens; packet pick-up/athlete check-in begins at Cathedral Camp (167 Middleboro Road, East Freetown, MA)
  • 6:00am: Lifeguard supported warm-up swim permitted in Long Pond in designated warm-up zone.
  • 6:30am: All athletes must be checked-in; pre-race meeting with Race Director (athletes must be in/around transition)
  • 6:45am: Warm-up swim ends; all athletes must be out of the water
  • 7:00am: Wave 1, male & female Elite/Open athletes
  • 9:00am: All athletes must have completed the swim course
  • 12:45pm: All athletes must have completed the bike course
  • 3:00pm: All athletes must have completed the run course

Course Info and Maps

Description of the swim, bike and run courses for the Patriot Half courses are below.

The Swim (Cut-off time: 9:00am): The 1.2 mile swim is the calm waters of Long Pond. The swim course is a counterclockwise rectangular swim with that will have lifeguards stationed all along the route in kayaks, standup boards and boats ready to assist if needed. The water temperature the last 5 years of the race have been: 72F (2021), 67F (2019), 68F (2018), 71F (2017), 71F (2016). Wetsuits have been allowed each year of the race. There is a separate swim start and finish and the finish brings racers right into transition. For spectators, there are plenty of photo opportunities.  Click here for a map of the swim course.

There will be an estimated 10 swim waves.  Each wave will be organized by race category (e.g. Age Group, Elite, Athena, etc.). Wave 1 will feature Elite athletes starting at 7:00am. The Elite wave will start with a traditional “all at once” start on “Go!”.  Athletes in subsequent waves will start the race following a time trial format.  These athletes will enter the swim corral and go into the water side-by-side, 2 at a time, every 10 seconds. The athlete’s time begins when he/she crosses the timing wire buried in the sand at the water’s edge. You must complete the swim by 9:00am or you will not be allowed to continue in the race. See below for the 2021 Patriot Half swim wave plan (the 2022 swim wave plan will be published 1-2 weeks before the event).







PLEASE NOTE: Swimming in Long Pond at Cathedral Camp is STRICTLY PROHIBITED unless a lifeguard is on duty.  We understand athletes like to familiarize themselves with the body of water they will be swimming in on race day, but you are not allowed to just show up and swim in Long Pond.  Athletes swimming in Long Pond without a lifeguard is a liability for Cathedral Camp and if it continues it will jeopardize the future of the race. PLEASE DO NOT IGNORE THIS REQUEST OF RACE MANAGEMENT

Transition 1: After exiting the water athletes will enter transition which will be set up right next to the swim out. After grabbing their bike they will exit transition on the bike out. Click here for a PDF map with an aerial view of Catherdral Camp detailing the swim in and bike out for the Patriot Half.

The Bike (Cut-off time: 12:45pm): The 55-mile Patriot bike course is  generally flat with some rolling hills that will occasionally force you to get up and out of your saddle. The loop is along country roads where you’ll pass farms, cranberry bogs and the scenic Pocksha Pond Causeway (get a glimpse of it with a click here).

The bike course will begin at Cathedral Camp and East Freetown and then go through Lakeville with a pass through the scenic Pocksha Pond Causeway. After riding through the Causeway, cyclists will enter Middleborough and complete a loop in Middleborough and Rochester two times before riding back into East Freetown for the last few miles of the 54 mile course. The Patriot bike course is generally flat ride with some rolling hills. The total elevation gain is 1,430′.  Click here to see a bike course map with turn-by-turn directions. Click here to see the route on MapMyRun where you can also download the course as a GPX or KML file.

Bike Course Notes – “THE MERGE”: The first 12 miles of the bike course are only completed once, but then cyclists enter a loop section of the course that is to be completed twice. Cyclists enter this loop by turning left onto Marion Road from Long Point Road in Middleboro at mile 12 (just past the first Bottle Exchange station where cyclists can get water or Gatorade). There will be a period of overlap during the event when cyclists at the back of the pack will turn left onto Marion Road while cyclists near the front of the pack ride north on Marion Road to start their 2nd loop (their mile 32). The result is a merging of cyclists at this intersection (see graphic below). Signage and volunteers will be in place to raise awareness of this merge and a police detail will control traffic. Please ride with caution at this location. See graphic below depicting this merge.









Bike Course Nutrition and the Water Bottle Exchange: The Patriot will feature multiple water bottle exchange stations offering you opportunities to re-fuel during your ride.  The water bottle exchange station is designed to be an additional resource for athletes. Athletes are encouraged to have 2 bottle cages on their bike to start the race filled with their preferred hydration drink. If they need to refuel the bottle exchange stations are available as your resource.

liz_0662Bottle exchange stations will feature 24 oz. water bottles with water and 24 oz. Gatorade sports bottles. If you would like to receive a bottle of water or Gatorade you will need to discard a water bottle as you approach the bottle exchange (there will be a soccer net set up for you to toss your water bottle into) and then call out to a volunteer what you want (water or Gatorade). The volunteer will jog along side of you and hand you your bottle. If you do not need anything from the bottle exchange we encourage you to stay left as you approach the bottle exchange to avoid cyclists that will be requesting a bottle. Athletes should assume any water bottle discarded is gone forever (while we will bring the discarded ones back to Cathedral Camp for proper disposal there will be hundreds of sticky, used bottles to go through to find your own).

Transition 2: Athletes returning from the bike course will enter transition through the bike in and re-rack their bikes before heading out on the run.  Click here for a PDF map with an aerial view of Catherdral Camp detailing the bike out and run in for the Patriot Half.

The Run (Cut-off time: 3:00pm): The one loop 13.1 mile run is generally flat with some rolling hills including one short, but ill-timed hill around mile 12.5 of the run. Along the way you’ll pass farms and lakes and be greeted at nearly every mile with an enthusiastic volunteer-staffed aid station.  All aid stations will feature water, Gatorade Endurance Formula and cola (flat).  Energy gels and other nutrition will be available at every other aid station. The last quarter mile of the run course is on the grounds of Cathedral Camp.  Click here for a map of the run course and cue sheet. You must complete the run by 3:00pm or you will pulled from the course. 

liz_0772Run Course Nutrition: The run course will have a minimum of 6 aid stations spread along the course. All aid stations will have bottled water and Gatorade for athletes to “grab and go”. There will also be a table with gallons of water and coolers with Gatorade that volunteers will pour into the carriers (e.g. CamelBack, FuelBelt, etc.). Energy gels and other products will also be available at selected stations.

FREE Training Plan from Breakthrough Performance Coaching

FREE Training Plan Now Available! Breakthrough Performance Coaching is the Official Coach of the 2022 Patriot Half and they have created a training plan specific to this event which is geared towards athletes who are new to or haven’t raced in many half distance triathlons.  Click here to access the training plan from the Training Peaks website.  You must have a Training Peaks account to access this plan. Watch this video from BPC Coach Jeffrey Capobianco to see how to set up a TP account and load a plan.

Questions about the plan? Email Jeffrey at

Charity Partners


A portion of the proceeds from the Patriot Half go to the various community groups that volunteer to help at the event.  Past beneficiaries included the Whitman Food Pantry, Middleborough Demolay, St. Joseph’s ACTS of Fairhaven, MA and others. If you’re part of an organization that would like to help out and receive a donation send Mark an email at


Athletes and spectators have two areas to park on the grounds of Cathedral Camp with additional options for spectators across the street.

The WEST Lot is for athletes and spectators. It opens at 5am and is right next to transition. This lot typically fills by 5:30am/5:45am and is the most convenient for athletes. Once filled, no cars will be admitted to this lot for the rest of the day and cars parked here will not be able to leave until 1pm due to cyclists and runners using the access road to this lot during the race.

The EAST Lot is for athletes and spectators. It opens at 5AM and cars that park in this lot may leave throughout the day, however, no cars will be admitted into this lot between 8:30am and 2pm. Starting at 8:30am, arriving spectators will be directed to park across the street from Cathedral Camp at either New England Stamped Concrete or Southcoast Chapel Mortuary.

Click here for a downloadable map of Cathedral Camp that shows the location of these parking lots.

Where to Stay

Host Hotels for the Patriot Half… and a camping option.

Host hotels for the 2022 Patriot Half include:

The Courtyard Boston Raynham is located at 37 Paramount Drive in Raynham, MA (14 miles from the site of the race). The rate is $189 for 1 king bed or 2 queen beds. This rate is available until 5/11/22. Click here to reserve your room or call them at (508) 822-8383.

The Hampton Inn Raynham is located at 600 New State Hwy in  Raynham, MA (14 miles from the site of the race). The rate is $169 for 1 king bed or 2 queen beds. This rate is available until 5/27/22. Call them at (508) 822-6222 to book your room.

Camping: The nearest campground to Cathedral Camp is about 12 miles away and is Massasoit State Park. Details are here –>


Volunteers wanted!

Volunteers are the backbone of any good triathlon. If you aren’t racing in the Patriot Half but want to be a part of the action, help support the event as a volunteer. All volunteers (minimum 3 hour commitment) get a free ticket to the post-race catered meal and the satisfaction of contributing your support to the athletes that are giving it their all in this long distance triathlon. From pre-race set up on Thursday and Friday to any of the varied jobs on race day  we can use your help.

RAISE MONEY FOR YOUR COMMUNITY GROUP! We work with various community groups that bring volunteers to our races in exchange for a donation. If you’re looking to raise money for your organization and can bring volunteers to our event send Mark an email at for more info.

CLICK HERE to visit our volunteer registration page.

Policies: Event Cancellation, Refunds, Deferrals, Transfers

  • Refunds: Refunds may be requested by March 18, 2022. Refunds will be issued less a $50 processing fee. Refund requests must be submitted via email to Refund requests received after March 18, 2022 will be denied. Note that any USAT fees collected during the registration process are transmitted directly to USAT and are, therefore, not refundable by SME (contact USAT to submit a refund request). Online processing fees are also non-refundable.
  • Deferrals: Athletes may request a deferral of their 2022 Patriot Half entry to the 2023 Patriot Half up until 5/13/22. Deferral requests must be submitted in writing to The deferral schedule and deferral fee are as follows:
      • Athletes requesting deferral by 3/18/22 will pay a $25 deferral fee at the time they register for the 2023 race.
      • Athletes requesting deferral between 3/19/22 and 5/13/22 will pay a $50 deferral fee at the time they register for the 2023 race.
      • No deferrals will be granted after 5/13/22.
  • Cancellation: If the 2022 Patriot Half is canceled for adverse weather, natural catastrophe or terrorism registered athletes may receive a full or partial refund through our partnership with haku, our registration partner, and their relationship with Adventure Advocates (note: cancellation due to COVID-19 or other infectious diseases are not covered by this policy).  Click here for more details on this refund program. Should a partial or full refund not be possible, SME would extend athletes a partial credit towards entry in the 2023 Patriot Half.
  • Course Changes: Event Management reserves the right to alter, cancel or eliminate any portion of a race at any time in the interest of athlete safety or for other reasons beyond our control. No refunds will be issued if changes are made to a race due to these circumstances.
  • Category Change: Category change requests (e.g. triathlon to aquabike; Elite/Open to Age Group) must be submitted by Thursday, 5/19/22.
  • Transfers to Other SME Races: Registered athletes that are unable to race may transfer to another 2022 SME race. Transfer requests must be made no later than 5/13/22. If the registration fee for the race transferred to is LESS than the registration fee already paid, the difference in price is forfeited. If the registration fee for the race transferred to is MORE than the registration fee paid you will be required to pay the difference in registration fees. Note that any USAT fees collected during the registration process are transmitted directly to USAT and are, therefore, not refundable by SME (contact USAT for a refund request). Online processing fees are also non-refundable.
  • The exchange, transfer or sale of entries to other athletes is strictly prohibited.