Wisconsin Du Series

Summit DU

Sunday, April 30, 2023
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Race Overview

The Run - Bike - Run format is a great opportunity to grow as a multisport athlete.

The 2023 Summit Du is part of the "qWIntuple" Wisconsin Du Series which culminate at the Wisconsin Du State Championships hosted by the City of Pewaukee in October 2023.

Race Details

April 30, 2023 9:00 AM

Genesee Lake Rd Park
37505 Genesee Lake Rd, Oconomowoc, WI 53066

What's Included

✔️ Gender-Specific Event T-Shirt
✔️ Finisher Medal
✔️ Custom Race Bib
✔️ Finisher Food
✔️ A Cooney Du Souvenir
✔️ Professional Race Timing With Fast, Accurate Results
✔️ Free Digital Race Photos

✔️ 5 Year Age Groups, except for 18-24. 25-29, 30-34 etc...

✔️ Male and Female overalls to Top 3

Registration Cost

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January 2, 2023, 12:00am CSTMarch 6, 2023, 11:59pm CST$50.00 Race Fee + $4.00 SignUp Fee

March 7, 2023, 12:00am CSTApril 15, 2023, 11:59pm CDT$55.00 Race Fee + $4.30 SignUp Fee

April 16, 2023, 12:00am CDTApril 23, 2023, 8:15am CDT$60.00 Race Fee + $4.60 SignUp Fee

Course Overview

Run Course Link - Summit Du Run Course

This 2 mile out and back route will be a fast one! Athletes will get a good picture of where they are in the field as they run past each other to the turnaround. You will notice the start and end points are offset. This accounts for the location of the transition area in comparison to the Start/Finish Line.

Summit Du Run Course

‍Bike Course Link - Summit Du Bike Course

Leaving Transition, athletes will head West on Genesee Lake Rd to a right turn on Golden Lake Rd, making a roughly 6-mile north square passing Genesee Lake Rd Park and continuing to the south loop. Featuring all Right turns with one Police controlled Cross Street, this route is set up to be safe and speedy. The 15.58 Mile route should be blistering fast!

Frequent Questions

You might be wondering...

2 Mile Run - 15.5 Mile Bike - 2 Mile Run = 29.5 Miles
We will not have on course aid stations, you must be 100% self supported. We will have and aid station set up inside transition.
Technically since February of 2022. However, it has been a family business since 2006! My father, Cole Braun, started Great Lakes Multisport (GLM) and RACC. During that time I was a crewmen setting courses and managing equipment. Later the company was sold to my younger brother, Craig Braun. He rebranded to Lighthouse Events.

After a few short years away my wife, Karly, and I felt like it was time to restart the family business. So we do claim all those years even though the operating name was different. We have been and always will host events By racers - For Racers! 
This is an easy one! Send and email to andrew@racebreakthrough.com with all you event, volunteering, sponsorship questions!
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