Pattana Triathlon Festival 2020 #Triathion

13 December 2020

Pattana Sports Resort, Thailand

Pattana Triathlon Festival 2020

Hurry Up!!! with SPECIAL PRICE FLASH SALE  on
5 FEBRUARY 2020 (48 hrs.)

Becoming a classic and “most do Triathlon in Thailand” once again, we bring you this fantastic race options for you exiting experience. While many variations of the sport exist, triathlon, in its most popular form. With its endurance disciplines, you will be able to PROVE YOU CAN! pushing to achieve your best in swimming, cycling, and running.

The race itself takes in an open water swim in the lovely waters of the Pattana main lake, followed by a stunning cycle course around astonishing country side view of the local landscape of Chomburi, before finishing off with a run around the Pattana Golf courses.

For the year 2020, Pattana Tri will remain with the race distances as:

⁕ Super Standard: 1.8 kms swim, 48 kms bike, 12 kms run.
⁕ Super Sprint: 900 m swim, 23 kms bike, 5.2 kms run
⁕ Team Relay Super Standard : 1.8 kms swim, 48 kms bike, 12 kms run.
⁕ Super Duathlon : 5 kms run, 48 kms bike, 12 kms run.

T-SHIRT



MEDAL

  • The team consists of 3 members. One swimmer, one cyclist, and one runner.
  • All must be over the age of 18.
  • All handover will happen at the teams numbered bike rack in the transition area. Athletes must
  • hand over chips and race number at the designated area.

    Entry fee includes :

  • Swim cap for triathlete, and for a swimmer of Team Relay Triathlon.
  • A set of race number for bike & run with belt.
  • Timing Chip.
  • Souvenir T-shirt and bike bottle.
  • Food and beverage after the race.

 

VENUE MAP :

From Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi Airport | จากกรุงเทพ สนามบินสุวรรณภูมิ
From Rayong | จากจังหวัดระยอง
From Pattaya | จากตัวเมืองพัทยา
GPS Coordinate | พิกัดจีพีเอส
13°05’05.28″ N 101°08’38.99″ E
Location of the venue by Google Maps | ที่ตั้งสถานที่จัดงานโดย Google Maps
How to get to the venue | การเดินทางไปยังสถานที่จัดงาน

Team Relay Super Standard Triathlon

SWIM 1.8 KM / BIKE 48 KM / RUN 12 KM
Flash Sale

48 hrs

2,700 THB

SOLD OUT
Early Bird

3,600 THB

Regular

4,500 THB

OPENING SOON

Super Standard Triathlon

SWIM .8 KM / BIKE 48 KM / RUN 12 KM
Flash Sale

48 hrs

1,800 THB

SOLD OUT
Early Bird

2,400 THB

Regular

3,000 THB

OPENING SOON

Super Sprint Triathlon

SWIM 900 M / BIKE / 23 KM / RUN 5.2 KM
Flash Sale

1,500 THB

SOLD OUT
Early Bird

2,000 THB

Regular

2,500 THB

OPENING SOON

Super Duathlon

RUN 5 KM / BIKE 48 KM / RUN 12 KM
Flash Sale

1,800 THB

SOLD OUT
Early Bird

2,400 THB

Regular

3,000 THB

OPENING SOON

12 December 2020     Pattana Sports Resort, Sriracha District, Chonburi Province, Thailand.
11:00 - 18:00
Race pack collection FAME
11:00 - 18:00
Race Expo FAME
11:00 - 06:25
Bike mechanic service FAME
11:00 - 06:00
Mandatory pre-race day bike check-in Bus Parking area
17:00 - 06:15
Race briefing for Triathlon and Duathlon FAME
13 December 2020     Pattana Sports Resort, Sriracha District, Chonburi Province, Thailand.
05:00 - 06:25
Transition zone open for athletes check-in Bus Parking area
05:00 - 06:25
Bike mechanic service FAME
06:25
Transition zone closed for all athletes Bus Parking area
06:00
Standard Triathlon assemble at start line Open lake behind hotel
06:15
Start Standard Triathlon wave 1 Open lake behind hotel
06:20
Start Standard Triathlon wave 2 Open lake behind hotel
06:25
Start Standard Triathlon wave 3 Open lake behind hotel
06:10
Duathlon assemble at start line Road near bus parking area
06:20
Start Duathlon Road near bus parking area
06:50
Sprint Triathlon assemble at start line Open lake behind hotel
07:00
Start Sprint Triathlon Open lake behind hotel
10:30
Onwards Awards Ceremony all race categories/age groups Main stage

Prize Money & Trophy

TRIAHLON RACE - Apply to CIMB and Pattana Tri

  • This Race is open to all cyclists (aged 18 or older in the day of the event) but not less than 16 years old from any country.
  • Participants who between 16 - 18 years old, at the time of the event, must provide a signed consent to participate from their parents or legal guardians. –
  • Each participant must recognize that the race requires a minimum level of training and that he/she must be medically fit to participate.
  • Each participant also takes responsibility for the risks linked to such an event, including but not limited to, accidents with other participants, bad weather and road traffic conditions.
  • The Organizers reserve the right to limit and refuse entries, to amend the Rules and Regulations without prior notification and to amend the race course without prior notification prior notice to participants.

By accepting terms and conditions, each participant takes the full and complete responsibility in the case of an accident that could occur during the race.

 

TEAMS:

Teams must inform, in writing, to the organiser the names of titular competitors (swim, bike and run) at the time of their registration.

  • Teams must inform, in writing, to the organiser the names of the Team’s captain.
  • The individual member of the Team winning the race, will not be consider the “Overall Race Winner”.
  • Any protest that may occur, only the Team captain have the authority to do so.
  • In order to avoid any risk of accidents (remember road are NOT closed) or conflict of interest, the teams and each of their members (supervisory staff, trainers, doctors, etc.) “competitors team vehicle” are strictly forbidden.

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

It is the participant’s responsibility to attend the race briefing, familiarize themselves with the rules & regulations, race flow and prearranged race courses.

1. Athletes are required to follow directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.

2. Course marshals shall have the authority to disqualify participants.

3. Medical personnel shall have ultimate and final authority to remove an athlete from the race, if the athlete is judged to be physically incapable of continuing the race without risk of serious injury or death. Medical transport of any athlete will result in a DNF (Did not finish).

4. Fraud, theft, abusive treatment of volunteers and other acts of poor sportsmanship are grounds for immediate disqualification and potential exclusion from C55 future Organizer’s sports events.

 5. If an athlete decides to withdraw from the race at any time, it is the responsibility of the athlete to notify race officials. The participant will therefore not be ranked. (The Organizer will provide a transportation back to the venue).

6. The Organizers reserve the right to limit and refuse entries.

7. The Organizers reserve the right to amend the Rules and Regulations without prior notification.

8. The Organizers reserve the right to amend the race course without prior notice to participants.

9. Participants who are less than 18 at the time of the event, but not less than 16 years old, must provide signed consent to participate from their parents or legal guardians.

10. Each participant recognizes that the race requires a minimum level of training and that it must be medically (physical and mentally) fit to participate.

11. In the event of inclement weather, the Organizers reserve the right to delay the start of the race or modify the course. Should the inclement weather persist after the delay, the Organizers reserve the right to cancel the race or any portion of it (swimming, bike or run) without any refund of registration fees.

12. Each participant must wear a race number at all times while on the course. Race numbers identify the official athletes in the race. Folding, cutting the race number, intentional alteration of any kind, or failure to wear the race number so that it is plainly visible is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification.

13. Each participant will be individually responsible for repair and maintenance of their bike.

14. There will be mechanical support/service at the venue (spare parts replacements, will be pay by the participant). Each participant should however be prepared to handle any possible mechanical malfunction.

15. Participants are individually responsible for following traffic laws of Thailand and are solely responsible for the consequences of any infractions. Cyclists riding in violation of traffic laws may be disqualified. At all times, contestants should remain on the left side of the road unless directed otherwise by race marshals-official-volunteers or police. While there will be traffic control and dozens of race marshals on the bike course, it is impossible to close the roads for the complete duration of the event. Therefore, at all times during the race, participants have to be aware that cars will be on the road and take all necessary safety precautions. Cyclist riding on the right side of the road, beyond the line dividing the lanes, will be disqualified and will be held responsible for any accident arising from it.

16. Foul language or other unsportsmanlike conduct directed at race officials, police, volunteers, medical personal, rescues, spectators and other athletes is strictly forbidden and may result in disqualification.

17. Participants must wear a proper triathlon/bicycle apparel (Athlete’s torso must be covered all time) and during the entire race. Half Zip open is all right. Any athlete without TOP, will result in a DNF (Did not finish).

18. The timekeeping will be carried out by an electronic timing system. All the participants (according to the category) will receive a timing device that includes a sensor, for timekeeping. This timing device will be used to control the race at various points on the route and to provide race timing for each participant.

19. Follow the prescribed course. It is the participant’s responsibility. Participants must cover the prearranged course in its entirety. If a participant must exit the course, they shall re-enter the course at the same point of departure before continuing.

20. Participants competing in the same race may assist each other as following: nutrition and drinks, pumps, tires, inner tubes, and puncture repair kits. No outside assistance is allowed, except at the aid stations by race officials.

21. The participant accepts and agree to the free use of his image captured in the form of photographs or video recording, and grants the Organizer loyalty-free license to use it in all fields of usage, including preservation and dissemination in any form and introduction to computer memory, used to promote and conduct Organizer’s events, providing sponsors and partners events to promote them in the context of participation in the event, posting and publishing in Organizer publications for promotional printed materials, in newspapers, social media, promotional VDOs, websites, communications TV and radio.

22. The Participant gives consent for their personal data included in the application, to be processed for the purposes of the recruitment process of the Organization.

23. All participants must sign “Liability Waiver” before the race.

24. Triathlon are an environmentally friendly activity and litter is strictly forbidden. Not dispose of trash or equipment on the courses (except at aid stations or other designated trash-disposal points). Intentional or careless littering will result in disqualification.

25. In the case of disqualification, nor race results will be listed for disqualified participants.

 

SAFETY:

  • All participants must be in good physical and mental condition.
  • The race is not advised for people that have any medical conditions.
  • All competitors must also inform the Medical Team of any illness or injury that occurs during or in conjunction with the event.
  • By enrolling in the event, the participant declares that he consents to be provided first aid, perform other medical procedures and transport the victim to a safe place, medical and paramedical personnel acting on behalf of the organizer.
  • Participant acknowledges that participation in a sporting event is associated with physical effort and entails the natural risk of accidents, injuries and physical injuries (including death), as well as damages and losses of property.
  • The signing of a declaration of knowledge of the regulations means that the Participant has considered and assessed the scope and nature of the risks of participation in the event and takes part voluntarily at own risk.

Triathlon and Duathlon

  • The timing begins at the start of the race and officially ends when the last competitor crosses the finish line, before the cut-off.
  • The ranking of the race is determined by the race control after the penalties have been considered. The competitor to cross the finish line in the shortest time minus any penalties is declared the winner, in their corresponding category.
  • Race Control reserves the right to assess time for infractions not mentioned on this list.
  • All competitors are requested and “must attend” the race briefing.
    ☐ Race briefing will provide as details:
        ➤ Saturday at 17:00 – 17:45

It is the participant’s responsibility to study and follow the prescribed course. Participants must cover the prearranged course in its entirety. If a participant must exit the course, they shall re-enter the course at the same point of departure before continuing.
All participants must sign “Liability Waiver” before the race.

 

SWIM SECTION:

  • All Participants must make sure they go in the correct wave for their race.
  • Each participant must wear the official race swim cap during the swim portion of the race.
  • All participants must be numbered (body mark or sticker tattoo) before the start.
  • No wetsuits, speed suits, fins, aqua socks, gloves, paddles or flotation devices, of any kind allowed, except for safety regulations.
  • Swim goggles or face masks may be worn.
  • No individual paddlers or escorts are allowed.
  • Participants may accept assistance from any race official source without penalty or disqualification provided that it does not improve their competitive position.
  • Any assistance from family, supporters, friends or coaches to hand-off eyeglasses, towels, etc., after the swim section, is NOT allowed. Additional equipment needed should be left previously at the transition area.
  • The use of snorkels is prohibited.
  • Swimming buoy are allowed, but the participants MUST position themselves at the back of their respective wave, to start the race.
     

BIKE SECTION:

  • Athletes are responsible (must make sure) that their bikes are safe and in top conditions to use for the bike section.
  • Obey traffic regulations and instructions from race officials/marshals/volunteers/rescue and public authorities.
  • Due to the heat, it is highly recommended that all competitors carry a minimum of one water bottle.
  • To participate in Pattana Triathlon, you will need to have a triathlon or road race bike. Road bikes fixed with triathlete’s handlebars (also called aerobars) are accepted.
  • Wheels size 700 or 650cc ONLY.
  • Bicycle specific hard-shell helmet. You must wear your helmet and must be securely fastened leaving the transition zone and for the whole duration of the race, never take it off while riding, even during ascents, if you walk a portion and regardless of weather. Any athlete seen riding without an approved helmet will be immediately disqualified.
  • The following equipment are forbidden:
    - Bottles/cans made of non-deformable material (glass, aluminium…)
    - Headphones, headsets, iPod, MP3 players or similar music devises.
  • No use communication devices of any type, including cell phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the Race. A “distractive manner” includes playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the Race will result in disqualification.
  • To race with a cellular phone will be allowed, ONLY in the case that is been used to measure the speed, distance etc. (to replace the bike computer). It must be mount in the handle bars on the bike section. In the running section, it should be kept in a pocket NOT in the hand.
  • Cameras, phone cameras, and video cameras are prohibited unless permission is given by race director.
  • This is a NOT DRAFTING RACE. Participants must keep 5 meters (~3 bike lengths) of clear space between you and the cyclist in front. If you move into the drafting zone, pass within 15 seconds. Failure to do so will result in a drafting violation.
    ·       There will be draft marshals on course. They all will have a whistle and be ready to intervene if drafting is taking place.
  • The penalties for drafting are:
    - 1st offence, a warning
    - 2nd offence Yellow card. The marshal will verbally inform you about the penalty (Yellow card) take your number and inform the organization. A 15 mins penalty will apply.
    - 3rd offence, will represent a Red Card offence Disqualification
  •  We do not tolerate drafting it is cheating: race clean, race professional and do not cheat. This is not a draft legal race.
  • A pass occurs when the overtaking participant’s front wheel passes the leading edge of the athlete being overtaken.
  • Overtaking participants may pass on the right for up to 15 seconds but must move back to the left side of the road, after passing. Failure to complete a pass within 15 seconds will result in a drafting violation.
  • Participants must ride single file on the left side of the road except when passing another rider, or for reasons of safety. Side-by-side riding is not allowed and will result in a position violation.
  • Participants committing rules violations will be notified “on the spot” by an official.
  • Do not attempt to discuss the penalty with the official. Follow the DISPUTES PROCEDURE
  • The official will blow a whistle and call out your bib number. At this point, you must break up from drafting.
  • If you are disqualified, you may finish the bike course but may not start the run.
  • Each participant must wear a race number at all times while on the course. Race numbers identify the participants in the race. Folding, cutting the race number, intentional alteration of any kind or failure to wear the race number so that it is purely visible, is strictly prohibited and will result in disqualification.
  • While there will be traffic control on the bike course, it may be impossible to close the roads for the complete duration of the event. Therefore, at all times during the race, participants should assume that cars may be on the road and take all necessary safety precautions.
  • Participants are advised to take extreme care on all turns and in areas where there are driveways or access roads.

BIKE SPECIFICATION:

  • To participate in this race, you will need to have a triathlon  or road-racing bike  (wheels size 700 or 650cc) and a bicycle specific hard-shell helmet.
  • Road bikes fixed with triathlete’s handlebars (also called aerobars) are accepted.
  • ONLY Triathlon or road bike (wheels size 700 or 650cc)
    The following bicycles are forbidden:
    ·      Mountain MTB,                                   
    ·      foldable,                     
    ·      urban/hybrid/city,     
    ·      Friday,                       
    ·      Moulton,                     
    ·      fix gear bikes,             
    ·      fixie,                             
    ·      fat,                                           
    ·      recumbent,                   
    ·      tandems                         
    ·      Others bikes not specific triathlon or road bikes Are NOT allowed to participate in the race.
    Non-traditional or unusual bikes are illegal, unless prior to the start of the race, approval has been granted by the Race Director.

 

FINISH LINE CONDUCT

  • Friends, family members, supporters, private photographers (non-officials) and/or other spectators are not permitted to cross the finish line or enter the finish chute with participating contestants. (Please note: The Organizer desires for each athlete to be able to celebrate his/her accomplishment without risking the safety of other event participants, volunteers, and/or spectators).
  • Supporters of the participants who choose not to respect the finish line policy, should be warned to stay completely clear of all racers that they support/cheered, to avoid the disqualification of a participant.

 

DISQUALIFICATION:

  • A participant for severe rule violations, but not limited to, repeated rule violations, disregard for directives given by race officers, marshals, volunteers, medical staff, public authorities, Race Director and race Control on dangerous or unsportsmanlike conduct;
    Disqualified Participants will not be eligible for any neither timing splits nor race results.

RUNNING SECTION:

  • Participants must wear race number at all times while on the course. Race number must be placed on the front where it is clearly visible. Folding, cutting race number, intentional alteration of any kind or failure to wear race number is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification.
  • Participant’s torso must be covered all time. Half Zip open it is all right. Any athlete without TOP, will result in a DNF (Did not finish).
  • Individual support vehicles or non-participant escort runners are NOT allowed and will result in disqualification of the participant. A non-participant escort runner includes participants who have withdrawn from the race, have been disqualified or have finished the race.
  • Friends, family members, private photographers, coaches or supporters of any type may not bike, drive or run alongside participants, may not pass food or other items to participants and should be warned to stay completely clear of all racers, to avoid the disqualification of a participant.
  • It is mandatory upon each participant to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow or escort.
  • It is acceptable for a participant who is still competing to run with other participants, who are still competing.
  • Participants are expected to follow the direction and instruction of all race officials, marshals, volunteers and public authorities.
  • Participants committing rules violations will be notified “on the spot” by an official.
  • Do not attempt to discuss the penalty with the official. Follow the DISPUTES PROCEDURE

ILLEGAL EQUIPMENT

  • Participants may not use communication devices two-way radios of any type, in any distractive manner during the Race. A “distractive manner” includes playing music and using social media. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race, will result in disqualification.

 

TRANSITION AREA CONDUCT

  • The setting of the bike and equipment at the transition zone will be exclusive by the participant.
  • The participants will be able to set their bikes and equipment at the transition zone, exclusive the following dates and time according to the race scheduled.
  • Friends, family members, private photographers, coaches or supporters of any type are NOT allowed in the transition zone.
  • Bicycles must be packed according to the directions of the preassigned number.
  • Each participant’s equipment must be placed either in the participant’s transition bags, on the participant’s bike, or in the designated transition spot.
  • Participants must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area.
  • Participants must not impede the progress of other participants in the transition area.
  • A mount and dismount line will be clearly designated at the entrance and exit of the transition area. Mounting the bike before the designated mount-line is prohibited. Dismounting after the dismount line is prohibited.
  • Participants cannot stop in the flow zones of the transition area.
  • Public nudity or indecent exposure is prohibited and the participant will be disqualified (DSQ)
  • ONLY the Participants (well identify) are allowed to collect their bike and equipment from the transition zone, ONLY at the time indicated by the race schedule.

DISPUTES PROCEDURE

  • Only the racer/participant “The Protester”, is allow to present a protest form to the Race Control.
  • In the case of a team, only the captain of the team is allowed to file a protest.
  • A protest is a formal complaint against the conduct of a fellow athlete, race official, or against conditions of the competition.
  • Protests must be filed up the form at the race control, signed by the Protester and submitted to the race control, within 30 minutes of the event ending (or your category/distance finish) or withdrawing from the race.
  • Race Protest process:
    - To submit a protest form, you must have substantial evidence, including witnesses and you must be willing to take part in an interview.
    - Protests form must be filled,
    - All protests will be result between 30 minutes, upon receiving the complete Protest Form.
    - Final decision will be made by the Race Director.

There will be not appeal, once the decision has been made.


CANCELATION:

  • As a result of a *Force Majeure Event, the organizer considers in its sole discretion that it is necessary to cancel or change the route and/or length of the event, the organizer shall be entitled to cancel, re-schedule or change the event.
  • If the event is cancelled, as a result of a Force Majeure Event, the organizer shall not be liable to participants for any losses incurred as a result (including as a result of its negligence) except in respect of losses that cannot be excluded by the Thai law.
  • The organizer reserves the right to cancel or re-schedule the event, as they estimate fit for the safety of the participant and/or to prevent any potential hazards (inclement weather, emergency, natural disaster, political situations, etc.) in the running of the event, at any time without prior notice to the participant.
  • In such cases, every effort will be made to inform the participant prior to the day/date of the event.

*Force majeure French: meaning "superior force", also known as "chance occurrence, unavoidable accident". Is a common clause in contracts that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as a war, strike, riot, crime, or an event described by the legal term act of God (hurricane, flood, earthquake, volcanic eruption, etc.), prevents one or both parties from fulfilling their obligations under the contract. In practice, most force majeure clauses do not excuse a party's non-performance entirely, but only suspend it for the duration of the force majeure.

 

REFUND POLICY:

  • Entry fees are non-refundable.
  • Entry fees are non-transferable to another competitor.
  • In the event of cancellation, the company will refund the amount respectively.
  • In the case that the race has been postponed/re-schedule, there will be no refund of entry or processing fees. The company will keep your credit. (non-transferable to another competitor) to be use in another event, organize by the company.
  • If a registered participant chooses not to enter the race or declares to the organizer his or her withdrawal on personal grounds, the participant will not be entitled to any refund of the full entry fees.
  • If a registered participant chooses not to enter the race or declares to the organizer his or her withdrawal on *medical grounds (upon presentation of medical certificates), the participant will be entitled to a refund of the full entry fees.

    *We are unable to make exceptions for pregnancy.

  • However, if a registered participant chooses to withdraw from the race, the organizer will allow the transfer (1 time only) of race bibs, from a registered participant, to someone else who has not signed up for the race yet. But any transfer of race bibs (SAME category or distance), with the new participant’s name. This will be allowed only up to 1 week (7 days) before the race.


CHANGES OF:

  • Distance or category:
    - If a registered participant chooses to change distance or category, the organizer will allow the changes, only up to 1 week (7 days) and this must be done in writing, with full details before the race.
    - If the participant would like to upgrades the distance, (e.g. From 10km to 25km), the balance in the entry fee will be apply (full rate)
    - If the participant downgrades the distance, (e.g. From 50km to 25km) the balance in the entry fee will not be reimburse.

  • BIB name:
    - If a registered participant would like to change the name with the new participant’s name, the organizer will allow the changes (1 time) only up to 1 week (7 days) before the race.
    - Transfer of race bibs, name or to a different category/distance, will NOT be allowed ON RACE DAY.

  • T-Shirt size:
    - Please refer to manufacture’s size chart. (Registration Platcform)
    - No change of T-Shirt size will be allowed ON RACE DAY,

  • Registration on site:
    - Will NOT be allowed ON RACE DAY. With the exception for the “fun run”.


TIMING CHIP LOSS:

  • Please be sure your timing chip is properly fixed to your right ankle.
  • The participant understands that he/she must report to and return the timing chip, to the finish officials in every circumstance – even upon retiral (DNF) from the course. Charges equivalent to replacement cost*, will be apply for missing equipment. *(2,000 THB)

TROPHY COLLECTION/SENDING:

  • If a winner participant of any trophy/medals/prices, etc., chooses to leave the event before the trophy ceremony and wish the organizer to send it by ordinary post services, the participant must request it in writing to the organizer (via e-mail or fill up the respective form at race control on the day). The organizer will keep the item for the period of (30 days after the race). An administration fee will be applied.
  • If a winner participant of any trophy/medals/prices, etc., chooses to leave the event before the trophy ceremony and wish the organizer to keep them at the organizer’s office, for further collection, the participant must request it in writing to the organizer (via e-mail or fill up the form at race control on the day). The organizer will keep the item for the period of (30 days after the race) until its collection.

LOSS & FIND:

  • A participant that loss any item during the event and would like to request to the organizer to send it, this request must be in writing (via e-mail, face book or phone SMS/line/WhatsApp), with full details of the loss item. The organizer will send it by ordinary post services, but only will keep it for the period of 30 days. An administration fee will be applied.
  • A participant that loss any item during the event and would like to request to the organizer to keep it at the office, for further collection, this request must be in writing (via e-mail, face book or phone SMS/line/WhatsApp), with full details of the lost item. The organizer will keep it for the period of 30 days, after the race, for its collection.

CUT OFF TIMES:

  • The Participant accepts that the organizer may introduce cut off times as they think they fit. The estimated limit time taken to complete the event, or any section of the event, had been considered to ensure the safe, proper running of the event and they may be instructed to withdraw from the race (DNF), in accordance with those cut off times.

RACE PROTEST PROCESS:

  • A protest is a formal complaint against the conduct of a fellow athlete, race official, or against conditions of the competition.
  • Only the racer/participant/parent/legal guardian or team’s captain “The Protester”, is allow to present a protest form* to the Race Control.
  • To submit a protest form, you must have substantial evidence, including witnesses and they must be willing to take part in an interview.          
  • Protests form must be filled, signed by “The Protester” and submitted to the Race Control, within 30 minutes of your category/distance finish.
  • All protests will be result between 30 minutes, upon receiving the complete Protest Form.
  • After all consideration/investigation, the final decision will be made and announce by the Race Director.
  • There will be not appeal, once the decision has been made.

    * Protest Form - available at the Race Control.

 

 

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