Event / Entry Fee
Male 18-29 – A $12 / Female 18-29 – I $12
Male 30-34 – B $12 / Female 30-34 – J $12
Male 35-39 – C $12 / Female 35-39 – K $12
Male 40-44 – D $12 / Female 40-44 – L $12
Male 45-49 – E $12 / Female 45-49 – M $12
Male 50-54 – F $12 / Female 50-54 – N $12
Male 55-59 – G $12 / Female 55-59 – O $12
Male 60+ – H $12 / Female 60+ – P $12
Teams (2 per team)
Team (Males) – TM $12 per person
Team (Females) – TF $12 per person
Team (Mixed) – TX $12 per person
Inspector Chris Thynne
Sergeant David Eadie
The event will consist of a 500m swim followed by a 5km run.
Swim leg: The course is a triangular loop (clockwise) around the outside of the buoys positioned in the bay. Competitors will exit the swim at the point marked ‘Swim Exit’ and proceed to transition area.
Run leg: The run course is two laps along the paved foot/bike path which initially heads east towards St Kilda. Each lap is 2.5km and is an ‘out back looped course’.
Presentations will commence 10 Mins after the last competitor finishes at approximately 10.15 am (whichever is later).
Parking is available next to the Sandridge LSC, or 100metres away beside the ‘Life Saving Victoria Headquarters’ building.
Registration: All competitors are to first make their way to ‘Registration’ inside the Sandridge Lifesaving Club to ‘check in’. Registration will close 10 minutes prior to the start of the event. (If you are running late please contact the coordinator).
Venue, Date and Time
The event will be conducted in front of the Sandridge Life Saving Club at Sandridge Beach, Port Melbourne (Melway 56 G3) on Monday 19th March – registration open at 8.00 am, race start will be at 9.00 am.
The Sandridge Lifesaving club has change room and shower facilities which will be available to competitor’s pre and post event. A light morning tea will be provided post event just prior to presentations.
The race start is set for 9 a.m. A race briefing will be held 10 minutes prior to race start on the beach.
Wetsuits and swim caps are desirable but not mandatory.
Swim caps will be provided to competitors on registration if requested.
Rules: The Race Director will be operating under the rules aligned to Triathlon Australia Race Competition Rules. These can be reviewed at the following link http://www.triathlon.org.au/Technical/Race_Competition_Rules.htm. Competitors are reminded that the Race Director has the authority to change any aspect of the race to ensure the safety of athletes. Unsportsmanlike behaviour and incivility towards marshalling or volunteer staff will not be tolerated and will result in immediate disqualification.
All competitors will be provided further details instructions prior to the event.
Teams are welcome to compete. Categories include Male, Female and Mixed. One competitor is required to complete the Swim leg and the other competitor the Run leg. The Teams competition is an Open event for each category. There are no age groups.
Late entries and payments will not be received.