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