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Stamford Motorists Advised To Steer Clear Of Some Streets During Triathlon

Triathletes will be riding and running through Stamford streets on Sunday morning. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.
Triathletes will be riding and running through Stamford streets on Sunday morning. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes. Photo Credit: Courtesy of KIC It Triathlon

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Segments of the Navigators Stamford KIC IT races to benefit Kids in Crisis will be going through portions of Stamford on Sunday morning, June 12, from approximately 7:30-10:30 a.m. Roads will be open, but drivers are urged to find alternate routes as heavy delays are expected.

Downtown Stamford roads that will be affected include: Washington Boulevard, Tresser Boulevard, Canal Street, Magee Avenue, Jefferson Avenue, and Long Ridge Road; the majority of athletes will be arriving between 7:30-10:00 a.m. on these roads. All roads will be open except for the southbound lane of Washington Boulevard, which will be closed from 7:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Shippan area roads that will be affected include: Shippan Avenue, Ocean Drive East, Westcott Road, Rockledge Drive, Sea Beach Drive, Hobson Street, Ocean Drive West, Ralsey Road South, South Sagamore Lane, Sagamore Road, and Harbor Drive; the majority of athletes will be arriving between 9:00-10:30 a.m. on these roads.

More information about the Navigators Stamford KIC IT Race Weekend can be found at www.kicittriathlon.com.

The Navigators Stamford KIC IT Triathlon Race Weekend has grown into an outstanding series of athletic events, attracting competitors from across the country, while maintaining a special focus on offering a fun family experience. The entire weekend benefits Kids in Crisis (www.kidsincrisis.org), Connecticut’s only free, round-the-clock agency providing emergency shelter, crisis counseling and community educational programs for children of all ages and families dealing with a wide range of crises – domestic violence, mental health and family problems, substance abuse, economic difficulties and more. Since its founding in 1978, Kids in Crisis has helped more than 132,000 Connecticut children and families; last year, more than 6,000 children and families received assistance from the organization.

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