Date13th February, 2022
Race Check in
|Sunday Morning||6:30 am|
|9:00 am||Pick’n’Mix – Long Distance – Early Birds|
|9:25 am||Olympic Triathlon & Aquabike (Individuals and Teams)|
|9:30 am||All Duathlon events|
|9:40 am||Sprint Triathlon & Aquabike – All Men|
|9:42 am||Sprint Triathlon & Aquabike – All Women & All Teams|
|9:50 am||Give it a Tri|
|when we are all home||Awards & Spot Prizes|
|Give it a Tri||100m swim – 10km cycle – 2km run|
|Sprint Triathlon||500m swim – 20km cycle – 5km run|
|Olympic Triathlon||1500m swim – 40km cycle – 10km run|
|Give it a Du||10km cycle – 2km run|
|Sprint Duathlon||20km cycle – 5km run|
|Olympic Duathlon||40km cycle – 10km run|
|Sprint Aquabike||500m swim – 20km cycle|
|Olympic Aquabike||1500m swim – 40km cycle|
|Long Distance||2000m Swim – 70km Cycle – 15km Run|
|Pick’n’Mix||Any distance, any discipline|
Pick’n’Mix – 9am Start
Up to 4 and a half hours of racing, any number of laps, of any discipline, only catch….. you must do at least one lap of each and you must be finished by 11:30.
How do we find a winner you may ask?
Points will be attributed to each lap completed of each individual discipline and are calculated based on the difficulty of each. Half laps do not count so time your last lap well.
Why are we doing this?
This is a chance to re-think what triathlon means to you.
We want to give those training for some of the longer races coming up the opportunity to tailor their training in a race format. (Where else can you get this?) We also love the idea of throwing a different tactical element to our races.
Race Day info
Best advice for all competitors (not just first timers), is to arrive at the race site early. The best way to avoid being rushed is to insure that you have enough time to get organised pre-race.
After parking, take your bike and gear with you to the transition area (the big fenced in area with the bike racks) and claim a spot of real estate for yourself.
You can ‘rack’ your bike by either hooking the seat over the top rail of the bike rack or by hooking the handlebars/brake levers over the top rail. The choice is yours – whichever works better for you. Take a look around to see what others are doing, and then follow suit. Once your bike is racked, you can drop your gear next to it – there should be time to lay it out neatly later.
Now you should consider heading to the check in area