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TRI THE LAKES

TRY A TRI

SWIM 100M || BIKE 9KM || RUN 2KM

TRIATHLON

TRY A TRI


Start Time - 8:00am

"The Try a Tri” race is targeted at the novice athlete, who is wanting to try a triathlon but want to ease their way into it.  The Kai Iwi Lakes is a freshwater lake making this an ideal swim for those who aren't fans of the open ocean.

Transition Opens at 06:30 am.

E-bikes are not allowed.

All Short Course finishers receive a medal.

ENTRY FEE

Super Early Bird entries (end 31 Jan 2021)

Individual $55.00

Team $65.00

Early Bird entries (1 Feb 2021- 14 March 2021)

Individual $65.00

Team $80.00

Standard entries (15 March 2021 - 19 March 2021)

Individual $75.00

Team $95.00

AGE

13 & over - Dispensation form


100M  SWIM
The swim starts directly out front of the Pine Beach Campground with a 1 lap (350m) swim. Participants run out of the water up to the transition area where they change from swimmer to cyclist.

Swim Course Map


9KM  BIKE

Participants not wearing a helmet will be disqualified. 
 
Ensure you make yourself familiar with the course map and what you are getting into prior to registering. This bike leg is held on public roads

Bike Course Map


2KM TRAIL RUN

The run course is held on uneven single trail that encompasses Lake Taharoa. This is an out and back course. Trail shoes are recommended but not necessary. 

Trail Run Course Map

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS 

MALE
Male 13 – 19 years     1st
Male 20 – 29 years     1st
Male 30 – 39 years     1st
Male 40 – 49 years     1st
Male 50, Plus years     1st

FEMALE
Female 13 – 19 years     1st
Female 20 – 29 years     1st
Female 30 – 39 years     1st
Female 40 – 49 years     1st
Female 50, Plus years     1st

TEAM AWARDS 

All Male   1st
All Female   1st
Mixed   1st

TECHNICAL RULES

SWIM

  • Wetsuits are allowed.

  • General Swim:  No fins or swimming aids are allowed.

  • Mark your body with a permanent marker on your upper calf and upper arm prior to your race. These numbers will identify you as you come out of the swim and transition to your bike.

BIKE

  • Mark your body with a permanent marker on your upper calf and upper arm prior to your race. ​

And/or

  • Attach your printed race number using the pins supplied (or using a race belt) to the front of your body (mid/low torso) or on your bike.

  • Racers shall complete the entire event on the same bicycle upon which the event was begun.  Your bike must accompany you throughout the duration of the bike course.

  • Drafting:  Drafting is allowed.

  • Race numbers must be worn.

  • Helmets must be worn at all times. (Helmets must remain latched until your bike is racked)

  • No riding of bikes is allowed in the transition area.

RUN

  • Your race number must be showing

  • Attach your printed race number using pins or race belt to the front of your body (mid/low torso).

  • Slower runners must move out of the way for the passing runner.

TRANSITION

  • The transition for all categories will be located at Pine Beach.

  • The transition will be open from 7.00 am 

  • Bikes are to be racked in your correct event category as indicated by the signage e.g. course, long course, short course.

  • Bikes and gear left in the transition area cannot be collected until after the last competitor finishes the bike discipline at approximately 11.30 am.


GENERAL RULES

  • Age is calculated from the age you will be on race day.

  • Event director’s decision is final, no appeal accepted.

  • Should you withdraw from the race you must inform an official.​

  • Ignorance of the rules will not be considered as an excuse.

  • Competitors must be 14 years of age or older to compete in the event.

  • It is the racer's responsibility to maintain adequate hydration.  The organiser will provide hydration stations on the run.

  • Outside assistance:  Limited outside assistance is allowed by another athlete competing in the same event.  No outside assistance is allowed by any person not competing in the same event.  These include but are not limited to spectators, friends, family, volunteers, support crew, photographers, police or marshals.

  • Assistance is limited to tools, tubes or any item that would be used to repair a faulty part or damaged bicycle or water, food, or first aid.  Changing bikes is not allowed.

  • As an example: a competing athlete is allowed to give another athlete a chain tool or link or a complete chain.  A competing athlete can give another athlete a tire patch, tube or complete wheel.  But an athlete cannot exchange bikes with another competitor so that the competitor with the broken bike can simply continue without fixing the break.

  • Conduct:  Foul riding or running, unsportsmanlike behaviour or the use of profane or abusive language is grounds for disqualification.

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