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Aquabike (Standard)

No it’s not a watercraft with really big wheels, it’s the latest event in triathlon circles to be added to the ITU Word Championships. Essentially it’s the same as the Standard distance, just without the run. It’s the swim then through transition 1 and onto the bike and finishing off when the athlete passes into transition 2.

Maybe you are suffering from an injury that requires non-impact activity, maybe you just don’t like to run or maybe you have another event on the horizon and don’t want to wear yourself out. With the addition of Aquabike to Callala Triathlon Festival you can now be part of the action.

swim

swim 1.5km

The swim course takes you in Jervis Bay. The standard distance swim will start and finish on the beach adjacent the community hall car-park.
It is a two lap, rectangular swim course, the exact configuration may vary on the day due to conditions.

bike

bike 40km

Athletes will commence the bike course at the Callala Beach Community Hall car-park. After exiting the water, athletes will run up the barricaded passageway and into the Transition Area. Athletes will push their own bicycle to the road way and commence the cycle let at the appropriate official start line marked on Quay Rd for the two lap bike course.
Cyclists will mount their bicycle on Quay Rd and head along Centre St then left onto Callala Beach Rd. Cyclists will continue west along Forest Rd to a turnaround point. At this point, cyclists will do a u-turn and return along the same route almost back to the transition area on Quay Road, before doing a second lap of the course, and finish back at the transition area.

Entry Fees

* +$17.50 Day Licence if any team member/s is not a Triathlon Australia Member

^Event T-shirts /souvenirs are not included after Second Release entry period, but may be available for purchase on the day in limited sizes

EntryEarly BirdFirst ReleaseSecond ReleaseLate^On The Day^
Closes 5pm 2/10/20Closes 5pm 23/10/20Closes 5pm 20/11/20Closes 5pm 4/12/1919/12/20
Individual$110.00$130.00$140.00$155.00$165.00
Day Licence$17.50$17.50$17.50$17.50$17.50
Event SouvenirIncludedIncludedIncludedNANA

Schedule

SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

Saturday 19 December, 2020

OpensClosesEventLocation
5.00am6.00amSprint Registration / TransitionCallala Community Hall
6.15amSprint Race BriefingTransition Area
6.30amSPRINT RACE STARTCALLALA BEACH
7.00am8.00amStandard Registration / TransitionCallala Community Hall
8.15amStandard Race BriefingTransition Area
8.30amSTANDARD RACE STARTCALLALA BEACH
8.45amAquabike Race BriefingTransition Callala Community Hall
9.00amAQUABIKE RACE STARTCALLALA BEACH
1.30pmPresentation Callala Community Hall

Event Information

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Pre-Event Information
  • All our events are governed by Triathlon Australia Policy and Rules. Full details can be accessed as follows:
  • The Competitor Categories are as follows:
    • Individual Male and Individual Female will be recognised on the podium
    • Age determination is as of 31st December 2019
    • MINIMUM AGE – Individual – 15 years at 31st December 2020
    • MINIMUM AGE – team member (one leg of team) – 14 years at 31st December 2020. There is NO leeway on this. 
  • Request for withdrawal must be sent via email to our Athlete Services
  • Refer to the Refund & Transfer Policy for details
On Event Day
  • Collection of your registration pack is compulsory for all individual entrants and only 1 representative from a team.
  • These can be collected from the Registration Marquee, located on the Huskisson Hotel lawn
  • Please check the Event Schedule for registration and transition opening times
  • Please bring Personal ID, TA membership if applicable
Presentation & Prizes
  • Please check the Event Schedule for the times
  • All place getters (1st, 2nd & 3rd)
Event Rules
  • Aquabike events will be organised only under Standard Distance, and included in the program of a Standard Distance Triathlon event with same swim and bike distances.
  • From 1900-meter swim and longer followed by 80 km bike or longer, mirroring the distance of the Long Distance Triathlon event in which the aquabike is included.
  • Bike shoes, socks or bare feet will be allowed for the final run from T2 to the finish line.
  • Aquabike is ruled by the same rules that the Standard Distance Triathlon event in which is included.

For more information on these rules please download a copy of the Triathlon Australia Race Competition Rules

What you get

We try our best to give each participant the best possible sporting event experience.

Here is a list of the benefits that you will receive with your event entry:

  • Event merchandise or souvenir
  • Valuable draw prizes
  • Sponsors products
  • Beautiful race venue
  • Timing chip and results on event day
  • Safe and professionally managed event
  • Police or ‘Professional Traffic Control’ personnel at ALL major intersections
  • Traffic restrictions or partial/total road closures (dependent on Local Authorities approvals)
  • Incredible support from local Sport and Charity Groups – who receive a portion of proceeds from the Event
  • Sanctioning, Technical support and Insurance through Triathlon NSW
  • Post event snacks and recovery nutrition
  • Bragging rights and annual stories to tell

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