PLEASE NOTE CANTERBURY TRI CLUB MEMBERS RECEIVE A PROMO CODE FOR ENTRY THAT GIVES 15% DISCOUNT - SO JOIN UP!
Individual Race / Series Entry (3 races)
- Individuals (adults) & teams $49 / $129
- Youth / Junior (9-18 years) $30 / $80
- Kids (5-8 years) $20* / $50 (not the Corsair Bay race is a run only event)
- Novice $49 / $129
- TEAMS - are charged the same rate as individuals i.e. $49 for the team not $49 each
LATE ENTRIES CLOSER THAN 7 DAYS BEFORE RACE DAY INCUR A $10 late fee
The JD Duathlons offer categories for everyone.
Categories (age is taken on the day of the race)
- Youth 1 (9-10 years)
- Youth 2 (11-12 years)
- Junior 1 (Junior high school up to 15 years)
- Junior 2 (16-17 years)
- Junior 3 (18-19 years)
- Senior (20-39 years)
- Vet (40-60 years)
- Super Vet (60 years+)
- Novice Race - results will be split by gender
Teams (male, female and mixed) - Teams will start with the individuals
Please help us by entering early!!!!
- Standard entry fee's listed below. These close 1 week before each race. Late entries are accepted however there is a extra $10 fee
- Online entry close on the Friday night before each race
- Current Canterbury Triathlon Club members are eligible for a discount on entry - the code will have been emailed to you
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
1. Teams can be made up of two or three people
2. Cycle helmets approved to Snell, ANSI or NZ standards must be worn and remain fastened before cycle is removed from the rack until returned to the rack
3. The decision of the Race Director affecting all matters is final.
4. Numbers are to be worn on the front
5. Riders must keep left at all times - only pass on the right.
6. Runners must keep to the left of cones on the run course
7. No refunds or transfers to subsequent events will be given on non starting of event.
8. The organisers reserve the right to reject any entry without any justification for their actions.
9. No drafting allowed on the cycle course. This is a non drafting event. The penalty is public shame and a 30second stand down
10. It is the athletes responsibility to know the course. Marshals are there to help keep the course safe not tell you where you should be going. Run and ride a lap of the course in your warm up or training so you know where to go