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DAM(N)!MAN! Event Details

Each leg of the triathlon will start at the same time for all triathletes. If you are not finished from the previous leg by the next start time, you will be unable to continue onto the next leg.



4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Packet pick-up at the Wabash County YMCA (500 S. Cass Street, Wabash, IN 46992)

5:00 pm
Mandatory Triathlon Information Meeting for participating solo triathletes & teams



4:30 am – 4:45 am
Check-In at Wabash County YMCA – Conference Room 500 S. Cass St, Wabash, IN 46992


5:00 am
SWIM START, 3.1 miles
The swim starts at exactly 5am in the YMCA pool. You will have a maximum of 2 hours to finish this swim and move onto the next leg. To finish in 2 hours, you must swim at an average pace of 2:24/100 meter. This is not a race, but a test of your abilities to be able to complete & move onto the next leg in the allotted time frame. After the swim, triathletes must be ready to start the bike ride at 7:30 a.m. outside of the YMCA. All triathletes will be asked to leave the pool by 7:00 a.m.


7:00 am
You must be finished swimming by 7:00 am.
Showers are available in the YMCA. Complementary breakfast is also available and you will have a chance to meet other Dam to Dam riders.
Menu: bananas, yogurt, granola, sausage links, vegetable frittata with eggs & cheese, coffee, water, OJ, milk


7:30 am
BIKE START, 150 miles
The bike portion of D!M! is in conjunction with the 13th Annual Dam to Dam ride. You will ride the D2D 150-mile route throughout our scenic county, being supplied with 7 SAG stops along the way. The bike portion will start at 7:30 am and you will have 10 hours to complete the bike route and move onto the next leg. To finish within the 10 hour allotted time, you must maintain a moving average of 15 mph including SAG stops. Drafting is not only allowed, but encouraged.You MUST be finished with the biking portion of this event by 5:30 p.m. If you have not left the SAG stop in North Manchester by 2:30 p.m., you need to follow the 100-mile bike route back to Wabash, instead of continuing on the 150-mile route.

Take this time to meet new friends and share your love for triathlon. Remember, this is not a race, but a test of your abilities to be able to complete & move onto the next leg in the allotted time frame.




4:00 – 5:45 pm
Light food options will be provided outside of the YMCA, under the canopy. Items such as water, bananas, chips and cookies. The run starts promptly at 6:00 p.m.


6:00 pm
RUN START, 31 miles
The run will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. under the canopy at the YMCA. The run course consists of 2 out and back loops. The first loop will start at the YMCA and end at Visit Wabash County. The second loop will start and end at Visit Wabash County. You will have 7 hours to complete it. To reach the finish line before the 1am cut-off, you must average a 13:30/mile. The beautiful run course consists of 2 out and back sections along the paved Wabash River Trail. Aid stations are self-serve/self supported at the Start/Finish area only. This is not a race, but a test of your abilities to be able to complete this leg in the allotted time frame.

Do you have what it takes to conqueror Dam(n)!Man! 2022? Are you made of more than iron?




1:00 am Earn that Brick!
FINISH LINE CUT-OFF at Visit Wabash County, 221 S. Miami St. If you are still running past 1:00 a.m., you will be given the option to be picked up or to finish the run with NO SUPPORT from DAM(N)!MAN!



The event takes place RAIN OR SHINE with no inclement weather back-up date. The Director of Wabash County Emergency Management monitors the weather conditions closely. Should the event need to be canceled due to unsafe weather conditions, a notification will appear on the website and pushed out via the Wabash County Adventure Series Facebook page. Please note that no refunds are able to be issued due to the advance purchase of hospitality services and support resources.


Share The Road
The bike course is completely open to all vehicular traffic. All riders are expected to obey cycling and traffic laws at all times. This means stopping at stop signs and stoplights and yielding to those with the right of way whenever necessary.


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