On June 9th, triathletes from around the globe descended on San Francisco, California, for one chance to attempt the impossible – ESCAPE from Alcatraz.
Among those athletes is Timmins Police’s own Constable Jeff Delguidice.
The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon attracts World Champions, Olympic Medalists and the best amateur triathletes from 50 states and over 40 countries.
They put their endurance abilities to the ultimate test as they take on San Francisco’s legendary bay, steep hills, and rugged terrain.
Consistently ranked as a favorite event among Triathletes, this event draws thousands each summer to find out who has what it takes to ESCAPE!
The 2019 Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon features a 1.5-mile swim from Alcatraz Island to the shores of the St. Francis Yacht Club, a grueling 18-mile bike ride, and a demanding 8-mile run through the trails of the Golden Gate Recreational Area.
Set against the natural beauty of San Francisco, this thrilling triathlon is a virtual postcard of the City by the Bay.
Jeff and his family proudly displayed the Timmins Police Service flag at various stages of the competition.