(Langley Advance files) The annual Tri-It Triathlon has categories for kids, youth, adults and seniors.

Langley’s popular annual triathlon happens Sunday

Early bird registration is over but there’s still time to sign up.

Hundreds of youths, adults, seniors and even relay teams will gather Sunday at the Al Anderson Memorial Pool and City Park for the Tri-It Triathlon.

After a set length in the pool that varies depending on age, the athletes will bike then run in the annual City competition.

Youth (ages five to 14) start their events first, at 8 a.m.

Adult events along with those in the Dave Hall Classic (60 and older) and the relay teams all starting at 9:30 a.m.

The Dave Hall Classic is named for the late City councillor who was an avid supporter of the event. He died in 2016.

Anyone wanting information can contact the Douglas Recreation Centre, 604-514-2865; the Timms Community Centre, 604-514-2940;l or Al Anderson Memorial Pool, 604-514-2860. The deadline to register was June 4.

Anyone interested in volunteering on race day can contact volunteer@langleycity.ca.

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