Volunteer

 

It takes thousands of volunteers to bring IRONMAN athletes across the finish line every year. From VIP lounge assistants and packet stuffers to bike techs and finish line catchers, there are volunteer opportunities to fit any schedule, skill set, and activity level. Join the gold standard tradition of supporting IRONMAN athletes here in Greater Zion and visit the registration page (link to IM volunteer site) to find your next volunteer opportunity. 

Volunteer for the 2022 Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship presented by Utah Sports Commission.

Be a part of this epic event happening Friday, October 28th and Saturday October 29th with volunteer help needed throughout the week, starting October 24th. There are a variety of volunteer positions open where you can connect with the event and the athletes who are bringing their hopes and dreams to this Land of Endurance™. Rise to the challenge, too!

To sign up:

1. Visit the IRONMAN volunteer registration page.

2. Sort by date or by job and select your spot. (Opt for multiple days, if you’re able!)

3. Enter your contact information and sign the waiver.

4. Once you’re signed up, the area’s team captain will contact you with more information.

5. Invite your friends and family to join you!

6. Receive a t-shirt, an invite to the volunteer banquet featuring entertainment and a chance at some amazing prizes, meals where applicable, and, a “front row seat” to all of the excitement that this event brings.

Volunteer Areas

  • Gear & Bag Check In Stations
  • IRONKIDS Race Day
  • Massage
  • Packet Stuffing
  • Parade of Nations
  • Penalty Tents
  • Practice Swim – Gear Check & Info
  • Run Course Pointers
  • Shuttle Attendants
  • Transition Support & Tear Down
  • Athlete Bussing
  • Athlete Drug Testing
  • Registration/Check In
  • Banquet of Champions
  • Banquets Set Up & Event
  • Aid Stations
  • Bike Course Pointers
  • Bike Tech
  • Crosswalks
  • Environmental Crew
  • Gear Bag Sorting
  • Bike Handlers
  • Bike & Gear Checkout
  • Timing
  • Finish Line
  • Kit Building 
  • Race Day: VIP Areas
  • VIP Check In & Credentials
  • Motorcycle Course Support
  • SAG Bike Course

Volunteer registration is open for
the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship!

Volunteer to get the same level of excitement and passion as the athletes you’re supporting!

Be the heart and soul of this once-in-a-lifetime event! You’ll have all the feels!

 


IRONMAN foundation Volunteerism grants

Volunteering as with a large group or non-profit? You may be able to qualify for IRONMAN Foundation grant funds. Please contact the volunteer director, Colby Neilson, for more information and to apply. Non-profits, tax-exempt organizations, and for-profit organizations using funds for charitable purposes, must complete the foundation grant application before the foundation will be able to donate funds.


Volunteer Flyer

Help us spread the word that volunteers are needed! Download and use this flyer to distribute or post to bulletin boards, etc

 

Volunteer Appreciation

To all of our volunteers, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for making IRONMAN in St. George possible. In 2021, you answered our call to Rise To It, and you deserve all the praise that the athletes have given you. Congratulations on making each IRONMAN event so successful and memorable.

Pine View Math Teacher, Colby Neilson, Organizing Volunteers for his 12th IRONMAN Event

It was during the “Great Recession” when Colby Neilson, a math teacher at Pine View High School, and his friends were training for and participating in sprint and 70.3 triathlons. Then they had the crazy idea to host a race in St. George...

Memories for a Lifetime at the Finish Line

When Jamaica Hansen’s son Michael reached his senior year at Desert Hills High School, he asked his mom to run the St. George Marathon with him. Hansen, a former gymnast and lifelong athlete, didn’t hesitate to comply....

Making a Point and an Impact at Aid Station 5

Since St. George first hosted an IRONMAN competition in 2012, Sara Lang has been a volunteer at Aid Station 5. Now the venue’s captain – a role she’s fulfilled for the past six years – Lang always aims to create the most memorable, enjoyable, and supportive site on the athletes’ 70.3-mile circuit of Greater Zion.

Enthusiastic Jan Howes Sees Positivity and Energy in Volunteering for IRONMAN

Jan Howes is an “original volunteer” with IRONMAN. She started in 2010 when the first IRONMAN was hosted in St. George. When asked why she volunteers, she responds, “Oh my gosh … why not?

Summoned by your own accomplishment