Rules for Virtual Events

Important Points about virtual racing

Safety and Compliance

The virtual event offers a structured administration of your activity over the challenge, allowing presentation of your participation and completion. We cannot however be responsible for when, how or where you complete the activities of the challenge. During the entry process we will ask you to confirm that you are physically capable of completing the challenges. We will also ask you to confirm that you are entirely responsible for your wellbeing, health, and safety during the activity. Further during your activities, you will need to comply with:

    1. Your local community space, path, waterways and road rules, including using compliant and safe equipment. (This includes bikes, helmets, shoes, google etc)

    2. The current and revised National and State/Territory COVID19 rules on social gathering. We acknowledge, that many swim baths may not be available. If you choose to travel outside your local area to complete the challenge, please check current and revised travel rules before undertaking any unnecessary travel. If this becomes too difficult, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.

Integrity

We will be relying on the integrity of every athlete to log the results correctly. This includes but is not limited to:

    1.Logging the correct time and distance for your activities. Ie. Using correctly calibrated distance measuring devices and recording the total time for an activity.

    2.Making sure the course is a fair reflection of the activity. Ie. you can’t run/ride downhill the whole way.

    3.Swimming should be completed without the assistance of swim aids, however wetsuits are allowable in water less than 24 Degrees Celsius. If access to a pool becomes too difficult during lock down, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.

    4.Making sure any uploaded photos, written posts and general comments are appropriate and respectful.



EVENT ENTRY TYPE - RUN139 - Short

RUN/WALK -13.9km PER WEEK

Entrant objective to complete 13.9km of running (or walking) in each and every weekly period of June.

To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 13.9km in each period below:

1 – Run Leg 1 June - 7 June

2 – Run Leg 8 June -14 June

3 – Run Leg 15 June- 21 June

4 – Run Leg 22 June- 28 June

Results and Rules

  • If an athlete does not complete 13.9km within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).
  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed).
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 4 splits (one for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 4 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 13.9km in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE - RUN139 - Long

    RUN/WALK 139km from 1-28 June

    Entrant objective to complete 139km of running (or walking) during the entire period of June 1 to 28.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 139km during the entire period 1 June - 28 June

    Results and Rules

    ·If an athlete does not complete 139km within the period, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the single Leg in this entry type.
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 1 split. The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the single leg, as if it were completed in one session.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 139km in the period, the activities with the fastest times will be included and the slower activities (or part activity) will be omitted.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE CYCLE139 - Short

    CYCLE 13.9km PER WEEK

    Entrant objective to complete 13.9km of cycling in each and every weekly period of June.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 13.9km in each period below:

    1 – Cycle Leg 1 June - 7 June

    2 – Cycle Leg 8 June - 14 June

    3 – Cycle Leg 15 June - 21 June

    4 – Cycle Leg 22 June - 28 June

    Results and Rules

    ·If an athlete does not complete 13.9km within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed).
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 4 splits (one for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 4 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 13.9km in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • The type of bike being ridden is NOT a factor in the results (i.e. we don’t care)

  • EVENT ENTRY CYLE139 - Long

    CYCLE 139km PER WEEK

    Entrant objective to complete 139km of cycling in each and every weekly period of June.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 139km in each period below:

    1 – Cycle Leg 1 June 7 June

    2 – Cycle Leg 8 June 14 June

    3 – Cycle Leg 15 June 21 June

    4 – Cycle Leg 22 June 28 June

    Results and Rules

    ·If an athlete does not complete 139km within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed).
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 4 splits (one for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 4 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 139km in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • The type of bike being ridden is NOT a factor in the results (i.e. we don’t care)

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE SWIM139 - Short

    SWIM 1.39km PER WEEK

    Entrant objective to complete 1.39km of swimming in each and every weekly period of June.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 1.39km in each period below:

    1 – Swim Leg 1 June - 7 June

    2 – Swim Leg 8 June - 14 June

    3 – Swim Leg 15 June - 21 June

    4 – Swim Leg 22 June - 28 June

    Results and Rules

    ·If an athlete does not complete 1.39km within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed).
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 4 splits (one for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 4 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 1.39km in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • If access to a pool becomes too difficult during lock down, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE SWIM139 - Long

    SWIM 13.9km from 1-28 June

    Entrant objective to complete 13.9km of swimming during the entire period of June 1 to 28.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least 13.9km during the entire period 1 June - 28 June

    Results and Rules

    If an athlete does not complete 13.9km within the period, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the single Leg in this entry type.
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 1 split. The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the single leg, as if it were completed in one session.
  • Where an athlete logs more than 13.9km in the period, the activities with the fastest times will be included and the slower activities (or part activity) will be omitted.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • If access to a pool becomes too difficult during lock down, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE TRI139

    TRIATHLON combined legs 139km from 1-28 June

    Entrant objective to complete a triathlon with total combined distance of 139km during the entire period of June.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least the required distance in each Leg below:

    Start Date End Date

    1 – Swim Leg 2km 1 June - 28 June

    2 – Cycle Leg 110km 1 June 28 June

    3 – Run Leg 27km 1 June 28 June

    Results and Rules

    If an athlete does not complete the required distance within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed and the type of activity completed).
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 3 splits (one for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 3 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Transition times are not included and should NOT be logged.
  • Where an athlete logs more than the required distance in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • Activities may be completed in any order. It is the total volume which matters.
  • If access to a pool becomes too difficult during lock down, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.

  • EVENT ENTRY TYPE ULTRA139

    139km ULTRA (various 139 combinations)

    Entrant objective to complete an uniquely composed ultra-distance triathlon during the entire period of 1-28 June.

    To be eligible for certificate and inclusion in results, an entrant MUST log at least the required distance in each Leg below:

    1 – 4 X 1.39km Swim Leg (Total 5.56km) 1 June - 28 June

    2– 4 X 139km Cycle Leg (Total 556km) 1 June - 28 June

    3 – 4 x 34.75km Run Leg (total 139km) 1 June - 28 June

    Results and Rules

    If an athlete does not complete the required distance within each and every leg, they will not be eligible for a certificate or inclusion in the results (i.e. effectively a DNF).

  • When an athlete logs an activity (distance and time completed), the system will automatically apply the activity to the appropriate Leg (based on the date it was completed and the type of activity completed).
  • A discipline can ONLY be completed in the period where it is scheduled.
  • Results will be presented as a single race with 12 splits (four for each leg). The total time will be the time the athlete took to complete the 12 legs as if they were completed sequentially one after the other.
  • Transition times are not included and should NOT be logged.
  • Where an athlete logs more than the required distance in a Leg, the fastest time will be included.
  • An athlete may log any number of activities to count towards the total distance.
  • If access to a pool becomes too difficult during lock down, then you will be allowed to substitute 139 push ups, for each 1.39km swim.
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