COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Ohio State University Ross Heart Hospital is hosting its TriFit Challenge Sunday, affecting morning northwest traffic around campus.

Beginning at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, bikers will kick off the TriFit Challenge at Antrim Park before continuing on a course that will take them through parts of northwest Columbus and Upper Arlington west of the main campus before concluding on Lane Avenue and Ohio Stadium.

View a map of the full route here.

Participants will swim up to .9 mile in Antrim Lake, bike up to 26 miles to Lincoln Sports Field and run up to 6.4 miles through OSU’s campus. The challenge is part of the Ross Heart Hospital Wellness Series, which aims to increase awareness about heart disease prevention. Proceeds go to heart and vascular research at OSU.

Officials and Columbus police will be along the bike and race course to help with traffic, meaning there may be some delays along the following roads Sunday morning:

  • Olentangy River Road
  • Wilson Bridge Road
  • Linworth Road
  • West Henderson Road
  • Kenny Road
  • Kinnear Road
  • Wathan Road
  • Cambridge Boulevard
  • Trabue Road
  • Dublin Road
  • Fishinger Road
  • Kioka Avenue
  • Zollinger Road
  • North Star Road
  • Woody Hayes Drive
  • Cannon Drive