ADI SUPER SPRINT TRIATHLON SERIES
18 Nov 2017 | 20 Jan 2018 | 28 April 2018 | 12 May 2018
Rashid School for Boy’s, Nad Al Sheba, Dubai, UAE
The ADI Super Sprint Triathlon Series is a collection of short, technical and intense races over varied formats mixing the standard swim / bike / run legs up giving a new perspective to racing triathlons… Race distances will follow the 1:3:1 distance format where triathletes will swim 100m, bike 3km and run 1km, irrespective of the race format. Great for working on speed and transitions in a race set up as well as for entry level triathletes looking to get into the sport with the smaller distances.
These races will form part of the SUPER LEAGUE TRIATHLON (SLT) – read more about the Super League Triathlon.
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RACE DATES 2017/18:
Race 1: Sat, 18-Nov-17
Race 2: Sat, 20-Jan-18
NEW SEASON 2018/19
Race 1: Sat, 28-Apr-18
Race 2: Sat, 12-May-18
Race 3: Sat, 17-Nov-18
Race 4: Sat, 18-Jan-19
Rashid School for Boy’s, Nad Al Sheba, Dubai, UAE
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- Adults (19yrs & over): AED150/-
- Juniors (18yrs & under): AED125/-
- Any participants cancelling their participation after the closing date or who are a “no-show” on the day of the race will not receive a refund.
- Participants cancelling their entry before closing date will have their entry carried over to the next race date.
- Enter your Club, Company or Team – more than 10 athletes get a group discount. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ENTRY FEE INCLUDES:
- Electronic Timing
- Finishers Medal
- Downloadable Certificate
- Live Results through Facebook & Website
- Fruits and Refreshments
- ENTRIES CLOSE: 3 days before the respective race
AGE GROUPS / CATEGORIES: calculated as per your age on 01 October annually
- Open Male (19+ years) – 19-39 years, 40+ years
- Open Female (19+ years) – 19-39 years, 40+ years
- Junior Male (Under 19 years) – under 13 years, 14 to 18 years
- Junior Female (Under 19 years) – under 13 years, 14 to 18 years
RACE DAY PROGRAM:
NO LATE ENTRIES OR ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE ACCEPTED
BE REGISTERED AT LEAST 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE START OF YOUR RACE
15h00: Registration & Transition Opens
15h45: Race Briefing
16h00: Races Start
18h00: Prize Giving
RULES & REGULATIONS:
- Participants must cover the prescribed course in its entirety to obtain a race result and rankings points for that race.
- It is the participant’s responsibility to know the course. Any wrong turns are your responsibility, regardless of the actions of race staff or volunteers.
- Participants shall refrain from unsportsmanlike conduct, including the improper use of language or conduct directed toward an official.
- No participant shall accept from any person (other than a race official) physical assistance in any form.
- Participants shall plainly display their race numbers at all times.
- No participant shall, at any time during the event, use or wear a hard cast or any other item deemed dangerous by the Race Organiser/s.
- No participant shall use his body, head, arms, or legs to gain an unfair advantage, or to push, pull, hold, strike, or force through one or more participants. Any violation of this Section shall result in a variable time penalty.
- No participant shall leave any equipment or personal gear on the race course. Any violation of this Section shall result in a variable time penalty.
- Any person who participates in any portion of the event without first properly registering and paying any required registration fee will be disqualified unless special arrangements have been made with the Race Organiser/s.
- No person shall participate in a triathlon or other multi-sport events unless such person is trained adequately for that specific event, as might be expected of a prudent person entering: (a) a similar competition, and (b) is in excellent health, based on recent training, physical examinations, if any, and generally accepted standards of good health.
- PROBIKE mechanics will be available from the beginning of registration on race day to assist with any basic repairs and maintenance on a first-come first-served basis.
- PROBIKE will not be able to assemble bicycles or carry out any complex or time-consuming repairs e.g. hydraulic systems.
- For bike hire, please contact Pro Bike +971 (0) 4 3255705 at least 7 days before the race to book your bike. NO bikes are available for hire on the day.
RACE NUMBERS & TIMING CHIPS:
- To be collected on Race Day at registration.
- These will be included in your race pack and bib number must correspond to your chip number.
- Numbers must be worn for bike and run legs.
- Timing chip to be worn from start to finish.
- Bibs and chips to be returned after finishing the race.
These will be supplied by the organisers and feature only at the finish line.Participants may bring their own beverages as long as they are consumed within the transition area.
No relay teams available for these races – individuals only
- When crossing the finish line, keep moving through the finish chute and collect your Finishers Medal.
- Return your race number and timing chip to designated marshal or collection box.
- Prize Giving will follow as soon as possible once all athletes are finished.
- The presentation will take place as soon as the allotted time to complete the race has passed and results been checked fully.
- Full results will be on the respective websites as soon as possible after the race has finished.
- Medals for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, per Age Group, will be awarded per race.
- Overall top 3 male and females will be awarded trophies for winning their respective distances.
- Overall winners do not qualify for Age Group prizes on the day but receive full points toward their rankings.
RANKING SERIES & POINTS:
- These races for part of the SLT – read more about SLT here.
- Every participant who completes a respective race will receive Ranking Points as per the table below.
- Rankings will be available for all of the above mentioned Age Groups.
- Points will accumulate over the races and contribute to an overall individual ranking position.
- Points will be allocated as follows for overall and age group finishing positions per race:
OVERALL – Ranking points will be awarded to all as below relative to your overall finishing position per race per gender. Age is not a factor here, only where you finished in your gender. These points will accumulate over all the respective SLT Qualifying races per season.
||6 to 10
||11 to 19
||20 to 29
||30 to 39
||40 to 49
AGE GROUP – Ranking Points will be awarded to all as below relative to the distance and gender you are racing in per race. Age groups will be calculated as per your age on 01 October annually so how ever old you are on 01 October, is the age group you will be racing in for that season. These points will accumulate over all the SLT Qualifying races. AGE GROUPS
A three-round race with a 10-minute break in between rounds, taken from the time the first athlete crosses the finish line in the previous round. In round one athletes will complete a swim-bike-run sequence. In round two athletes will run-bike-swim and in round three athletes will bike-swim-run. The winner of Triple Mix is determined by the athlete with the lowest accrued time over the three rounds.
A two-part race with part one comprising an individual time trial (cycling) and part two comprising a continuous swim-run-swim-bike-run sequence. The tough individual time trial course rewards the strong cyclists. Any time lost by an athlete in the part-one individual time trial is served as a penalty in part two of Equalizer. The winner is the first athlete across the finish line in part two.
A three-round race with a 10-minute break in between rounds, taken from the time the first athlete crosses the finish line in the previous round. Athletes will complete a swim-bike-run sequence in each round. Athletes finishing in 16th place and above in round one are eliminated. Athletes finishing in 11th place and above in round two are eliminated. The final ten athletes will race in round 3 with the winner of Eliminator being the first athlete across the finish line in Round 3.
A race for the endurance athlete with a continuous swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run sequence. The winner of Enduro is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of the entire race sequence.
A two-part race with part one being an individual time trial over a swim-bike-run format (Sprint). Part two is a Pursuit, a continuous swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run sequence. Athletes are awarded a start time slot in the Pursuit based on their finish position in the Sprint. The Pursuit will commence twenty (20) minutes after the last finisher of the Sprint. The first place finisher in the Sprint receives a seven-second head start in the Pursuit over the second place finisher in Sprint. Athletes ranked two-to-five in the Sprint start the Pursuit in 5 second intervals (in order of their Sprint finish position) and all finishers finishing 6th position and above in the Sprint will start Pursuit at further 3 second intervals in the order that they finished in the Sprint. The winner is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of part two of the Pursuit.
1 = 100m swim – 4 laps of the swimming pool
3 = 3 laps bike – 5050m in total
1 = 1km run – 1 lap of the grass fields
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