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Race #1 - Beach to Boulders @ Lake Perris

Event Chair: Joe Ventrone

DETAILS:

Preparations
Before the race - I have found it necessary to do this before the race, as the race days move too fast to fill bottles.
1 volunteer to fill the bottles with water. Usually, this is 80-90 bottles for the weekend.
1 volunteer to get the bottles to the team trailer in time to get to the race or directly to the race
1 volunteer to get the bottles into the cooler, iced if it is a hot day, and with the feed zone kit to the feed zone
 
Race Volunteers
2 feeders is minimum. Can be up to 5 for large groups. Number allowed is dependent on the number of racers: Under 5 racers 2 feeders; 6-10 racers, 3 feeders; 11-20 racers, 4 feeders; 21 or more racers, 5 feeders. (there were times in the past that we had over 20 riders in the varsity/JV races!)
The additional feeders are not essential for the middle school races as not all kids take a bottle and their distance is relatively short.
 
Middle School Race - Saturday
2 feeders for the 2:00 pm race
2 feeders for the 3:00 pm race
 
2 feeders for the 4:00 pm race
 
1 volunteer to get the cooler with the feed zone kit and used bottles from the feed zone to the pit zone after the last race. Put the used, emptied bottles into the transport bin.
Reset the cooler for Sunday
 
High School Race - Sunday
1 volunteer to get the full bottles into the cooler, iced if it is a hot day, with the feed zone kit to the feed zone
 
2 feeders is minimum. Can be up to 5 for large groups. Additional feeders are needed for high school races with a large number of our riders as more riders take bottles and the riders doing 3-4 laps will take one every lap.
 
2 feeders for the 9:00 am race
2 feeders for the 10:30 am race
 
2 feeders for the 11:45 am race
2 feeders for the 1:30 pm race
 
1 volunteer to get the cooler with the feed zone kit and used bottles to the pit zone; dump the water out of leftover bottles; the lids transport in a small bucket with the empty bottles in the transport bin. Separating the lids and bottles saves time cleaning and filling the bottles.
 
1 volunteer to wash the bottles, clean the bin, and refill the bin to be ready for the next race.  The bottles and lids do well in a dishwasher, filling the whole dishwasher. Then let the bottles and lids dry well before packing in the bin. Again using the small bucket for the lids. Separating the lids and bottles saves time cleaning and filling the bottles.
February 10, 2023
Fill water bottles (Friday night)
Start Time: 7:00 pm
End Time: 8:00 pm

Fill the bottles with water. Usually, this is 80-90 bottles for the weekend.

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February 11, 2023
Deliver water bottles to the PitZone
Start Time: 12:00 pm
End Time: 2:00 pm

Get the bottles to the PitZone and into the cooler before the race, icing them if it's a hot day.
At race time, bring the cooler & feed kit to the FeedZone.

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February 11, 2023
Feeders for Middle School Races - 2pm
Start Time: 2:00 pm
End Time: 3:00 pm

2 feeders is minimum. Can be up to 5 for large groups. Number allowed is dependent on the number of racers: Under 5 racers 2 feeders; 6-10 racers, 3 feeders; 11-20 racers, 4 feeders; 21 or more racers, 5 feeders. (there were times in the past that we had over 20 riders in the varsity/JV races!)
The additional feeders are not essential for the middle school races as not all kids take a bottle and their distance is relatively short.

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February 11, 2023
Feeders for Middle School Races - 3pm
Start Time: 3:00 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm
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February 11, 2023
Feeders for Middle School Races - 4pm
Start Time: 4:00 pm
End Time: 5:00 pm
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February 11, 2023
Return the empty bottles and fill clean bottles for Sunday
Start Time: 5:00 pm
End Time: 6:00 pm

Get the cooler & feed zone kit and used bottles from the feed zone to the pit zone after the last race.
Put the used, emptied bottles into the transport bin (to be washed back home)
Put clean, full bottles into the cooler for the Sunday races.

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February 12, 2023
Prep the cooler Sunday Morning
Start Time: 8:00 am
End Time: 9:00 am

Verify the water bottles are ready, and ice the cooler if needed

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February 12, 2023
Feeders for High School Races - 9am
Start Time: 9:00 am
End Time: 10:30 am

2 feeders is minimum. Can be up to 5 for large groups. Number allowed is dependent on the number of racers: Under 5 racers 2 feeders; 6-10 racers, 3 feeders; 11-20 racers, 4 feeders; 21 or more racers, 5 feeders. (there were times in the past that we had over 20 riders in the varsity/JV races!)
The additional feeders are not essential for the middle school races as not all kids take a bottle and their distance is relatively short.

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February 12, 2023
Feeders for High School Races - 10:30am
Start Time: 10:30 am
End Time: 11:45 am
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February 12, 2023
Feeders for High School Races - 11:45am
Start Time: 11:45 am
End Time: 1:15 pm
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February 12, 2023
Feeders for High School Races - 1:30pm
Start Time: 1:30 pm
End Time: 3:00 pm
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February 12, 2023
Return the bottles to the Feed Zone
Start Time: 3:00 pm
End Time: 3:30 pm

Get the cooler with the feed zone kit and used bottles to the pit zone; dump the water out of leftover bottles; the lids transport in a small bucket with the empty bottles in the transport bin. Separating the lids and bottles saves time cleaning and filling the bottles.

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February 12, 2023
Clean the bottles (at home)
Start Time: 3:30 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm

Take the bottles home and wash them, clean the bin, and refill the bin (with empty, clean bottles) to be ready for the next race. The bottles and lids do well in a dishwasher, filling the whole dishwasher. Then let the bottles and lids dry well before packing in the bin. Again using the small bucket for the lids. Separating the lids and bottles saves time cleaning and filling the bottles.

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