Victorian Triathlon Championships & State Series
The TreX Goldfields standard distance event is the Triathlon Victoria State Championships. This means that Triathlon Victoria/Triathlon Australia members are in the running for state championship awards and are also eligible to accrue points for the State Series – both individually (end of year age group awards) and clubs (end of year club champion award).
For more information about the Triathlon Victoria State Series:
World Qualifying Event
TreX Goldfields is a WQE for the ITU MultiSport World Championships to be hosted in Almere, Netherlands in September 2020. To gain selection points for the Australian Age Group team you must be a current financial Triathlon Australia member by midnight Thursday night prior to the event. One Day Memberships cover insurance on the day of racing only.
For full details please visit the Triathlon Australia Website
ABOUT THE TREX ELITE/OPEN CATEGORY
TreX has an Elite/Open Category. This category is for those athletes wishing to race at a higher level of competition and typically includes athletes at the top level of the sport in Australia. Any athlete wishing to race at a higher level of competition and take a step up from the age group competition is eligible to enter Open/Elite.
Where a prize purse is offered at events, this is awarded to winners in the Open/Elite Category.
For athletes considering entering the Open/Elite event, we recommend referring to results from previous years which will offer a good indication as to the typical standard for the Open/Elite category for a particular event.
TRIATHLON AUSTRALIA GUIDELINES Professional/Elite Category
Open is a category that has prize money below the “Professional/Elite” threshold as per the TA Professional/Elite Licence Policy (ie Less than $10k). This category is open to professional and age group athletes. This applies to the majority of TreX events.
In the circumstance where a TreX event offers prize money greater than $10,000 the category is defined as either “Professional” or “Elite”. In this circumstance, prize money is only available to appropriate licenced athletes under the TA Professional/Elite Licence Policy.
To find out more about Professional/Elite licences please visit the Triathlon Australia website here
ATHLETE REGISTRATION, RACE NUMBERS, TIMING CHIPS AND RACE PACKS
It is a requirement for all competitors to register in person at the designated times at Race HQ prior to the start of each event.
Please refer to the Event Timetable for registration times.
- Please line up in the queue indicated with a copy of your entry email confirmation (printed or available on your phone or device).
- Advise the officials of your name and category.
- From the information on the screen, confirm all your details are correct and that you are entered in the correct race.
- Collect your race pack
- Collect pins and ties for your race numbers from the collection area.
- Take your bike & equipment to the transition area.
LATE ONLINE ENTRIES
Where an event is not fully subscribed by close of entries at 5pm on Wednesday prior to the event, late online entries will be made available by 9am on Thursday morning.
Late Online Entries may be submitted after close of entries and up until half an hour before the close of event registration.
Late Online Entries incur an additional $30 administration fee. All late entries must be completed online, manual entries are NOT available at event registration. Please enter using your phone, device or computer prior to the Late Entry Close Time.
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL LATE ENTRIES MUST BE COMPLETED ONLINE USING PHONE, DEVICE OR COMPUTER ONLY
Race packs will be issued at the designated registration time prior to each event. Race packs include:
- Timing Strap & Chip
- Mountain Bike Number
- Trail Run Number
- Swim Cap
Run numbers are required to be displayed on the front of the torso during the run leg. The number is to be facing the front and easily visible.
It is critical that the run number is clearly visible at the finish line to ensure a time is recorded.
Safety pins are available for collection near the registration area. Alternatively race belts are on sale at the merchandise tent at Race HQ or before race day at the In2Adventure online store Purchase race belt here
MOUNTAIN BIKE NUMBERS
The bike number is attached to the front handle bars of the bike using the ties provided. It must be easily visible for the entire mountain bike leg for easy video identification and marshal recording throughout the mountain bike lap.
Please do not cut or deface the number in anyway as penalties will apply.
Ties are available for collection near the registration area.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Race Numbers are not to be defaced, cut or altered in any way. Penalties and replacement costs apply where this is not followed.
Strap the timing chip to your left ankle with the bulky side to the outside of your ankle. If you have any problems with this please see one of the event team as it is critical that timing chips are positioned correctly for times to be recorded.
Timing chips are to be returned to marshals in the post race finish area. Teams will pass the band to the next team member in transition at the end of each leg
Timing Chips and ankle straps must not be cut, and the timing chip must not be removed from the ankle strap. Where competitors choose not to comply with this ruling a $50 replacement fee (payable at the finish line) will apply.
CROSS TRIATHLON EQUIPMENT
The following equipment is required to take part in TreX.
- Swimmers | Tri Suit
- Swim Cap (provided): Swim caps are provided in athlete race packs, it is a Triathlon Australia requirement that the caps issued by the event organiser are worn during the swim leg. Personal swim caps are not permitted.
- Bike helmet that meets Australian Safety Standards.
- Mountain Bike: Ensure that the mountain bike has been serviced and is in good working order and that handle bar ends are solidly plugged
- Enclosed Running Shoes: An off road trail shoe will be beneficial for the conditions during the TreX trail run.
- Running shirt | Riding Shirt | Vest: It is a Triathlon Australis requirement that the torso is covered during the bike and run legs.
- Swim Goggles (if desired)
- Bike Gloves
- Bike Shoes (if applicable)
- Water bottles | Hydration Pack
- Water & Nutrition
- Protective Eyewear: Some sections of the course have some overhanging branches. It is recommended that athletes wear some form of eye protection during the event
- Hat, Sunglasses, Sun Lotion, Towel
- Insect Repellent
- A Sense of Adventure!
PRESENTATIONS & PRIZES
Presentations are such a special time at TreX and we love the opportunity celebrate with our winners. Please refer to the Event Timetable for estimated presentation times. Presentations will take place when all, or the majority of athletes have finished the event and therefore the times may be earlier or later than advertised. Please listen for announcements at Race HQ for times on the day.
Participants are required to be present in person at the presentation ceremony to collect medals and/or prizes.
TreX Goldfields offers a $1,000 cash prize purse for the Elite/Open category.
- 1st Place Male & Female: $250 cash each
- 2nd Place Male & Female: $150 cash each
- 3rd Place Male & Female: $100 cash each
AGE GROUP PRIZES
1st Place: Winners in each of the age group categories will be presented with a sponsors prize and TreX Medallion
2nd & 3rd Place: 2nd & 3rd place in each of the age group categories will be presented with a TreX Medallion
Spot Prizes: A draw will take place at presentations for spot prizes. To be eligible for a spot prize:
- Complete and online survey before the prize giving ceremony; and/or
- Enter your race number in the draw box at Race HQ.
- Winners are required to be present at the presentation ceremony to be eligible for spot prizes.
ELITE/OPEN CATEGORY PRESENTATION
Join us at the presentation ceremony to celebrate the very best off road athletes in Australia, where medallions, prizes, and trophies will be presented to these elite athletes.
Celebrating our elite/open champions is a very special part of every TreX event and we value the opportunity to celebrate our champions. As such it is compulsory for Open/Elite podium places (1st, 2nd & 3rd) to attend the presentation ceremonies. If an open/elite winner or podium place athlete chooses not to attend any of the applicable presentation ceremonies they choose to forfeit 20% of their overall prize money applicable for each presentation that is missed.
EARLY COLLECTION OF MEDALS/PRIZES
To ensure all results, protests, penalties etc are taken into consideration, preliminary results are finalised just prior to presentations. For this reason no awards, medals or prizes are able to be issued prior to the presentation ceremony.
COLLECTION OF MEDALS/PRIZES
To collect medals and prizes, recipients are required to be present in person at the presentation ceremony. Unfortunately, due to past circumstances it is not possible to issue medals or prizes to anyone other than the rightful recipient.
If winners are unable to stay for presentations, prizes and medals can be obtained by sending a stamped self addressed envelope (big enough for the size of the medal and/or prize) to the postal address below including the following information:
- Your name
- The event
- Your category
- Your placing
While we make every effort to ensure your prizes are sent as soon as possible, it’s important to note that it may take up to four weeks for prizes to be sent as they are packed in the event trailer which is transported to various locations across the country and at times cannot be accessed immediately.
In2Adventure Prize Collection: PO Box 2003, Brookside Centre, Qld, 4053
A big welcome to the team from Moronis Bikes who will be on hand at TreX Goldfields Race HQ for any last minute repairs for you bike. And before the event at their store in Bendigo for service, parts or even a new bike for the occasion. Catch up with the team at:
About Moronis Bikes
We stock a wide range of brands across a large variety of bikes, including road bikes, hybrids, track, mountain and children bikes, all the way through to cross bikes, unicycles, e-Bikes and even recumbents! We also stock limited ranges in Willier, ByK, Radius, Gazelle and more.
We always have a mechanic in-store so there’s no need to book ahead for a service! The majority of services can be turned around within the day depending on the time of year and complexity of the service (sometimes we need to order parts) and although we discourage mechanical work on a Sunday, there’s always someone in the workshop for emergencies.
The weather might change in Bendigo but we don’t change our hours. We’re also open on most public holidays so come in and see our friendly staff for all your needs. We do close the doors on New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Christmas Day and AFL Grand Final day because we aren’t that mean!
Monday 9am – 5:30pm
Tuesday 9am – 5:30pm
Wednesday 9am – 5:30pm
Thursday 9am – 5:30pm
Friday 9am – 6pm
Saturday 9am – 3pm
Sunday 10:30am – 3pm
START/FINISH & COURSE BRIEF
COURSE & SAFETY BRIEF | COMPULSORY FOR ALL ATHLETES
The Course & Safety Brief will take place at Race HQ. We value the safety of our TreX Tri family and want to ensure that every athlete has a safe and enjoyable race.
We also want to ensure that each athletes has the most up to date information about the course and any late changes. For this reason all athletes are required to attend the briefing. It is important, and the Race Director reserves the right to refuse entry to any participant who chooses not to attend.
The first wave will start soon after the course and safety brief is finished.
To avoid having 300 swimmers starting at once, waves starts determine the official start time of each age group within each race distance.
Wave starts are determined by the number of athletes in each age group and/or gender and are typically 1 to 3 minutes apart, depending on the course and location. Full details are published on the notice board at Race HQ. Please check times on the day and ensure you are at the start line with plenty of time to spare.
TreX will start at the beach on Crusoe Dam located approx 200m along the path from Race HQ.
Please check the wave start times on the notice board at Race HQ and ensure you are at the start line ready for your race call well in advance.
The finish is always a special place for our athletes, so be sure to make your finish photo one to remember and get ready to celebrate your achievements. Our volunteers will be serving fruit and water and collecting timing chips in the finish area.
TIMING CHIP COLLECTION
Timing chips are to be returned to the Volunteers in the athlete recovery area. If a timing chip has been lost on the course during the event, please notify the timing personnel immediately after crossing the finish line. Dirt Master contenders please refer to the Dirt Master information.
A dedicated first aid tent will be set up at the finish line for any first aid needs.
Transition will be opened for competitors to collect their own bikes when the final mountain bike rider has returned to transition. Competitors are to wear their race numbers to verify bike collection.
TRIATHLON RACE RULES
A good and fair race always includes a few rules and to ensure you enjoy your time at the event. TreX events are governed by the rules and regulations as set out by Triathlon Australia.
It’s a good idea to have a read of the document below BEFORE the start of the event. These rules will be applied by Triathlon Australia officials and unfortunately ignorance isn’t an excuse that can be accepted.
SAFETY & FIRST AID
Your safety is a key consideration; however, Cross Triathlon, Duathlon, AquaBike, Aquathlon, XC MTB and Trail Running does involve risk.
A dedicated First Aid tent will be located in a central area at Race HQ. Dedicated first aiders are also strategically positions throughout the course.
Water safety on the swim is provided by the local swim venue.
3 SAFETY RULES
At In2Adventure we have three key safety rules that we ask all competitors to observe.
- Stop and assist any competitor that is in need of emergency assistance.
- Report any incident to the next available marshal or emergency radio point on the course.
- Compete within your abilities.
SAFETY ON THE COURSE
On the course there are a number of things athletes can do to assist themselves and fellow competitors:
- Slow down in steep areas.
- If you’re not confident with a section of the track dismount your bike and walk if you feel more comfortable. Please remember to keep to the left so other riders can pass easily.
- Ride/run on the left hand side of tracks.
- Compete within your limits.
- Let common sense and courtesy prevail. We want to see you safe and sound at the end of the race.
In the event of fire or other emergency, follow instructions from event officials. On the course marshals will direct you back to the Evacuation Meeting Point at HQ. Please follow instructions from Emergency Personnel and/or event officials.
YOUR SAFETY IS OUR CONCERN AND YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
Our event partners have been extremely generous in supporting this event so we can all enjoy the sport we love. We reciprocate that support and therefore no signage, flyers, promotional banners, promotional tents, branded vehicles, sales, service or trade displays are permitted to be set up within the Race HQ, event, course or car parking areas without written authorisation from the event directors.
Please be respectful of this to avoid being asked to remove tents etc.
Please see the ‘Event Promotion Policy’ displayed on the Policy page.
In2Adventure is committed to maintaining a minimal impact policy that will protect the environment and enable us as individual members of the general public and members of the outdoor community to continue to enjoy the vast natural environment that is Australia’s backyard. Therefore we ask that competitors read and agree to abide by the Bush Code outlined on in our Environmental Policy and ensure that no rubbish, gel packets or wrappers are dropped on the course during the event.
TREX GOLDFIELDS SWIM COURSE
The swim takes place in the enclosed waters of beautiful Crusoe Reservoir
The swim course is an anti-clockwise lap and is marked with 1m orange pyramids and yellow pyramids.
- Standard: 3 x 500m laps
- Sprint: 1 x 400m lap
- Junior: 1 x 150m lap
- Dirt Kids: 1 x 50m lap
Average water temperature during November is around 21 degrees. Technical Officials will measure the water temperature prior to the race and results will determine if wetsuits are permitted. The water temperature and ruling about wetsuits will be published on social media, the event notice board and via the public address system.
Full details about water temperatures and wetsuit use can be found on p20 of the ITU Competition Rules.
Crusoe Reservoir is a fresh water dam and is suitable for swimming. Water clarity is good.
TIDES, CURRENTS & CONDITIONS
Being an inland reservoir there are no currents or tides to contend with, however, on a windy day the surface can become slightly choppy.
The event will commence with a running start from the waters edge into the dam. The water deepens quickly from the shore, minimal dolphin dives will be required.
Standard Distance Lap 1 & 2: The exit is located on the waters edge near the swim start. At the end of lap 1 & 2 swimmers will exit the water and run approx 50m around the designated flag to reenter the water.
To Transition: The run from the swim exit to transition is approx 150m following a concrete path to transition. The path can be rough and participants are invited to leave footwear at the ‘shoe drop’ at the swim exit if desired.
TreX Goldfields MTB Course
The mountain bike course is a 10km/5km lap hosted in Bendigo Regional Park. The mountain bike course offers a great combination of undulating climbs, fire trails and single track. The Standard Distance course also includes some short technical sections with some rocky climbs and descents.
This will be a fast course and we anticipate fast times on the day.
The Sprint and Junior courses are suitable for those new to mountain biking, and the Standard Distance course will challenge those with advanced technical riding skills in a number of rocky, pinchy climbing sections.
Below are the standard overtaking procedures on the mountain bike course.
- Keep to the left of the track where possible and allow others to pass.
- Walking something you do not feel confident riding is fine! However, please move off the track to allow riders right of way.
- When passing, give the person in front a friendly shout to indicate that you wish to pass “Passing when you’re ready”
- If being passed, as soon as safe to do so move to the edge of the trail. You may need to ride off the trail to allow the faster rider to pass
- You must give track to a rider who wishes to pass, do not deliberately block from overtaking, this is against the rules and contrary to the spirit of the event.
- If you aren’t confident or capable of riding off the track to let another rider pass then riders must dismount off the track to allow other riders to pass.
- Race hard! But keep it friendly & have a great time doing it!
About the TreX Goldfields Trail Run
Taking in the beautiful and diverse scenery and terrain of No 7 Park this trail run will challenge competitors with a combination of undulating trails, traversing Crusoe Reservoir including technical, rocky and wet sections.
The run is 80% off-trail and is one of the most diverse of the TreX series. It includes one of our favourite sections, affectionately know as ‘Log In Log Out’ which is a 150m log run on 1m high logs. It also includes the ever popular gully run with its gnarly, rocky terrain as well as the water run following historic gold mining water courses.
In some sections there are no trails and you will be running through the bush in rough terrain. For this reason we recommend runners wear protective eye wear as well as suitable footwear for the terrain.
This is an OFF ROAD triathlon, expect a lot of fun, and that you and your footwear will get wet, muddy & dirty.
It is a Triathlon Australia regulation that footwear MUST be worn at all times on the run.
Transition is an area where athletes transition from one leg to the next ie from Swim to MTB and MTB to Run.
Transition is located on the Open Grassed Area behind Race HQ. There is a 150m run from the swim exit to the transition entry. Racks are signed and each athlete has a 50cm wide allocation. Mountain Bikes are racked by the seat.
After registering, take your equipment to the transition area. There is limited space in transition and competitors are asked to take all due care and precautions when entering and exiting the area.
IMPORTANT: Only competitors are permitted in the Transition Area.
For transition opening and closing times please refer to the Event Timetable.
After registration, take your bike, helmet, running shoes, drinks and any other required equipment to the transition area.
Please ensure the following prior to entry:
- MTB Number is attached securely to the bike handlebars; and
- Bike helmet is fitted and fastened to your head.
BIKE SAFETY CHECKS
When entering the Transition Area an official from Triathlon Australia will complete a safety check on your bike and helmet. Please ensure that your bike is in good working order, your helmet is fitted and fastened correctly and handle bar ends are plugged.
Place bikes where indicated by the transition signage. Set up race equipment next to your bike. Space is limited to 50cm per athlete so please consider other competitors and keep equipment neat and tidy. Mountain Bikes are racked by the seat.
For safety, bags or boxes with equipment are not permitted in the Transition Area. These will be removed if they are taken in.
COURTESY IN THE TRANSITION AREA
We’re all at TreX to have a great day out! Each athlete has a 50cm allocated space to rack bikes & leave any kit required during the event. Please keep equipment neat and tidy and please don’t move or interfere with any other competitors gear or bike in the transition area. If there is an issue with another athletes bike or equipment please refer the issue to a Triathlon Australia official.
GET TO KNOW THE TRANSITION AREA
It’s important to know where to go in the transition area for the start and finish of each leg. It’s preferable to find this out BEFORE the event rather than during the event. Take some time in the morning to check out:
- The Swim Entry and where your bike is located from the entry point;
- The Bike Exit;
- The Bike Entry and how to return to your allocated bike space; and
- The Run Exit.
The Transition Area will be cleared at closure time. Participants must have placed their equipment and cleared the area by this time. If athletes arrive at Transition at closure time they will not be permitted to take part in the event.
This will be enforced as it is a Triathlon Australia safety and regulatory requirement that the Transition is free from competitors before the start of the event and all participants are required to attend the pre-race brief.
Please refer to the Event Timetable for closure times
BIKE COLLECTION & TRANSITION AREA CLEARANCE
The Transition Area will be open for bike collection when the final mountain bike has returned from the course. Please listen for announcements at Race HQ.
DIRT KIDS TRANSITION AREA
Dirt Kids is a non-competitive event and is all about giving our young champions of tomorrow a chance to have load of fun in a relaxed atmosphere.
Dirt Kids will have an informal transition area located at Race HQ.
Please listen out for the announcements at Race HQ for Transition placement times and event start times. Transition rules are relaxed and we welcome parents and friends to encourage participants in a really positive and helpful way.
Standard Course Map
TreX Goldfields Sprint Map
Junior | Teaser Course Map
Dirt Kids Course Map
MOUNTAIN BIKE FEED ZONE
The Coaches Zone for triathlon has been renamed the ‘Feed Zone’ for all events.
- The MTB Feed Zone is not an Aid Station. The MTB Feed Zone is an area where athletes can access their own hydration/nutrition during the event.
- Hydration/nutrition can be picked up directly by the athlete, or it may be handed to them by a designated assistant as the athlete passes through the feed zone ONLY.
- Note: This is NOT a drop zone for unrequired items that an athlete took out of transition e.g. hydration packs, clothes, accessories, etc.
- The Start and End of the feed zone will be clearly signed. Please place feed zone items between this signage only.
PLACEMENT & COLLECTION OF HYDRATION/NUTRITION
- Hydration/Nutrition may placed in Feed Zone prior to the event.
- The athlete is responsible for collecting the items immediately after the event. All uncollected items will be delivered to the LOC Lost Property.
We are extremely privileged to be granted permission to race in this naturally beautiful area and want to ensure that we keep the area in its original condition.
To make it easier for athletes litter zones have been implemented on the course where litter can be deposited. Each litter zone is clearly signed with a start and end point. Litter may be deposited between these signs only.
Marshals and video cameras on the course will be monitoring this closely and penalties and/or disqualification will result, so do the right thing and don’t spoil your race.
There will be two aid stations on the 5km Trail Run lap which runners will pass at approx. 2.5k and 5k. The aid station will offer water in cups.
At In2Adventure we don’t usually have cut off times and wherever possible make every effort to enable competitors to finish the event. The only exception to this is:
- To continue in the event poses a risk to the participants safety;
- There is not sufficient daylight hours to enable the participant to finish safely;
- Permit times do not permit an extension of the event times; or
- Logistics and staffing do not allow this.
With that in mind, it is however expected that entrants will have trained to be able to finish the event in a reasonable time. Expected latest finish times for TreX Goldfields are:
- Standard | 5:00
- Sprint | 2:10
- Junior|Teaser | 0:50
Where competitors are not expected to finish within these times, it may be necessary to remove an athlete from the course after one of the MTB legs, however, this only occurs in extreme circumstances as we focus very much on ‘participation’ which is one of our key corporate principles and within reason make every effort to allow each participant to finish where it is practical.
The TreX course will be marked primarily colour coded A4 signs indicating discipline and/or course. Bunting and cones will also be utilised. Course marshals will be located throughout the course; however, it is the competitor’s responsibility to know the course and take the correct route on the day.
Examples of TreX course signage are shown above.
TRAIL RUN AUSTRALIA SIGNAGE
It is important to note that the course is also marked for the Trail Run Australia event. These signs are red arrows on white background and indicate ‘Trail Run Festival’. Please be sure to follow only the signage outlined above.
Victorian Dirt Master Challenge
Victorian Dirt Master Courses
VICTORIAN DIRT MASTER CHALLENGE
AGE: 16YRS +
A highlight of the Goldfields MultiSport Festival are the Dirt Master & Dirt Mistress Titles. Contenders for the title of Dirt Master and Dirt Mistress will take on two gruelling long course events across two days covering over 63km. Events include:
- Saturday AM: TreX XTri Standard Course 1500 – 30 – 10
- Sunday AM: 21.5k Half Marathon | Goldfields Trail Run
Each contender that finishes all events will be awarded the title of Dirt Master or Dirt Mistress and receive a Dirt Master Finisher T-Shirt, Finisher Medallion & be inducted into the Dirt Master Hall of Fame.
VICTORIAN MINI DIRT MASTER CHALLENGE
AGE: 14YRS +
Our Mini Dirt Masters and Dist Mistresses will be challenged with two sprint off road events across two days of action.
It will take a huge amount of guts and determination to take out the Title of Mini Dirt Master or Dirt Mistress.
- Saturday: TreX Sprint XTri – 400 | 10 | 5
- Sunday: 11k Goldfields Trail Run
Each contender who finishes both events will be awarded a Mini Dirt Master Finisher Medallion.
VICTORIAN JUNIOR DIRT DUDE CHALLENGE
Here’s something for our young champions of tomorrow with the Junior Dirt Dude Challenge.
- Saturday: TreX Junior XTri – 200 | 5 | 1
- Sunday: 5km Goldfields Trail Run
Each contender who finishes both events will be awarded a Junior Dirt Dude Finisher Medallion.
2019 Victorian Dirt Master Contenders
Damian Persen – Macarthur Triathlon, NSW
Kate Ross – WSTC, VIC
Josh Dew – GPC, VIC
Geoff Williams – Vikings, ACT
Peter Currie – Cronulla Tri Club, NSW
Jeffrey Neethling – VIC
Simon Nendick – Team Infinit/In2Adventure, QLD
Ron Thomas – GPC, VIC
Markus Brown – Bendigo Tri Club, VIC
Mini Dirt Master
Put your name here
Junior Dirt Dude
Jessica Thomas – Momentum Endurance, VIC
Tyler Baxter – Epic, NSW
Billy Baxter – Epic, NSW
|6:30am||REGISTRATION OPEN | All Events|
|7:00am||Late Online Entries Closed|
|7:40am||COURSE BRIEF | Compulsory for all athletes|
|8:00am||START | Junior & Teaser XTri|
|8:30am||START | Standard XTri & AquaBike|
|9:15am||START | Standard Duathlon - Start from Beach|
|10:00am||START | Sprint XTri & AquaBike|
|10:15am||START | Sprint Duathlon - Start from Beach|
|11:30am||Dirt Kids Registration 2 Open|
|*12:15pm||Transition Open for Bike Collection|
|12:30pm||Dirt Kids Registration 2 Closed|
|*1:15pm||START | Dirt Kids|
|* Estimated Times Only. Please listen for announcements at Race HQ|
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TreX Categories & Minimum Ages
|Age as at:||31/12/2022||31/12/2022||31/12/2022||31/12/2022||31/12/2022|
|Min' age - Solo||16 years||14 years||12 years||16 years||7 to 11 years|
|Min' age - Team||14 years||13 years||12 years||10 years||7 to 11 years|
|16 - 17||14 - 15||12 - 13||16+||7 - 11|
|18 - 19||16 - 17||14 - 15||Team||Team|
|20 - 24||18 - 29||Team|
|25 - 29||30 - 39|
|30 - 34||40 - 49|
|35 - 39||50+|
|40 - 44||Team|
|45 - 49|
|50 - 54|
HOW TO ENTER
All entries are via secure online entry system provided by eWay. Payment is by Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
Entries close at 5pm on the Wednesday prior to the event.
LATE ONLINE ENTRIES
Important Note: All late entries are required to be completed ONLINE using phone, device or computer.
Where an event is not fully subscribed by close of entries at 5pm on Wednesday prior to the event, late online entries will be made available on Thursday morning.
Late Online Entries may be submitted after close of entries and up until half an hour before the close of event registration.
Late Online Entries incur an additional $30 administration fee. All late entries must be completed online, manual entries are not available at event registration. Please enter using your phone, device or computer prior to the Late Entry Close Time.
How to Submit a Late Online Entry
- Enter & Pay Online up until half an hour before the close of registration Enter Here
- Bring a copy of your In2Adventure Order Email to registration. Please note: Proof of entry is required for collection of race packs.
- Join the ‘Late Entry’ Queue at Race HQ, show your entry invoice and collect your race pack
FAMILY & STUDENT DISCOUNTS
Every effort has been made to keep entry costs to an absolute minimum, however we are keen to encourage families to be involved and we do understand that entries for a large family can add up and that entries as a student can be challenging.
If you are a family unit, and members of your family are looking at taking part, then email us at email@example.com PRIOR TO ENTERING with the following details:
- Your name, telephone number & email address; and
- The names of those in your family who will be taking part, and the events they will be entering.
We will consider each request on an individual basis and send a email in response.
STUDENT DISCOUNT 10%
If you are a student please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org PRIOR TO ENTERING with the following details:
- Your name, telephone number & email address; and
- A scanned copy or photo of your student identity card
We will consider each request on an individual basis and send an email in response.
Important Information about Family & Student Discounts
- For family discounts, entries must be for members of one family unit. Groups of friends are not eligible.
- Sending an email does not guarantee a discount. A family/student discount will be offered only at the discretion of the event managers.
- Discounts will only be considered prior to entries being received. Discounts cannot be backdated and no refunds will be given as a result of a Family/Student Discount.
- Family entries must be made on the same order.
- If a discount is offered and the entry does not match the details in the email request In2Adventure reserve the right, without prior notice, to debit the difference in entry fees from the credit card listed on the entry.
TRIATHLON AUSTRALIA ONE DAY LICENSE
TreX Events are sanctioned by the sports governing body, Triathlon Australia. Participants who are not a member of Triathlon Australia will be required to purchase a Day License which is approximately $2 to $17.50 depending on the event. This provides insurance coverage for participants.
To avoid having to pay the addition day license fee participants can choose to become a member of Triathlon Australia which as well as giving you a discounted event entry offers the following benefits:
- Eligibility to be awarded state championship and national championship awards
- Membership with TA & the provision of a membership card recognised Australia wide
- 24 hour personal accident insurance while training for and competing in sanctioned races in Australia
- Discounted entry fee for all sanctioned races in Australia
- Invitation to attend training camps, educational seminars and workshops
- Race Calendar & regular issues of E-news
- Investing back in the sport to aide junior development, club development, and athlete development programs
|TREX MTB JERSEY
Men's and Women's cut.
The latest jerseys are a high-quality spandex/polyester blend featuring a comfort fit with all the features you need for your next off road adventure
- 3 x rear storage pockets
- Rear reflector tabs
- Comfort fit sleeves & hem.
- Fully sublimated print
- SBS Full length zipper
Body: 130gsm 95%polyester 5%spandex
Sleeve: 210gms 88%polyester 12%spandex
Mens: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
Womens: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16
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Made of light technical fabric our TreX caps are perfect for providing shade and protection during your off road adventures
One size fits all
Purchase online here
Price: $29.99 (incl postage)
ALL NEW TreX Running Singlet. Made from innovative, high quality Repreve fabric Birdseye 145gsm.
Repreve fabric is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, so not only is it a great sports singlet to wear, it's friendly for the planet.
Visit the Merch Store at Race HQ to purchase
Mens: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
Womens: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16
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Price: $24.99 (incl postage)
Lightweight TreX Visor
Size: One size fits all
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|TREX SKULL CASE
Price: $19.99 (incld postage)
Made of a soft technical fabric our Skullcases are prefect for keeping your 'noggin' warm in the cold or shading it from the sun in summer.
Size: One size fits all
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