Labor of Love Triathlon tomorrow

It is the fifth year for the triathlon hosted by the Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce.

Are you ready to swim, bike and run? Or watch the people who do? The 2013 Labor of Love Triathlon will take place tomorrow, Aug. 31, at 8 a.m. It is the fifth year for the triathlon hosted by the Bonney Lake Chamber of Commerce.

The race begins in Allan Yorke Park. Races will be available at an Olympic distance and shorter sprint distance.

The Olympic distance will be 0.9 miles of swimming, 22.2 miles of biking and 5.9 miles of running. The sprint distance will be 0.32 miles of swimming, 12.2 miles of biking and 3.1 miles of running. Both races can be completed as two- to three-person relays.

Online registration ended at 12:10 a.m. today. Same-day registration pricing in the spring race is $75 for one person, $95 for a two-person relay and $105 for a three-person relay. Online pricing in the Olympic race is $85 for one person, $105 for two and $115 for three.

All racers are expected to be members of USA Triathlon. Non-members must pay for a one-day membership.

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