Cyberjaya International Night Duathlon Challenge 2017

CIND Challenge 2017 will be held on 27th October 2017 (Friday Night)

Distance: 10km Run – 40km Bike – 5km Run
  • Professional multisport athlete compete each other in one event by tapping International participants and local participants.
  • IPT students also can participate in this challenging version.

Category, Age, Distance & Fee

CATEGORY AGE DISTANCE (KM) FEE (RM)
MEN’S OPEN 18 – Above 10 – 40 – 5 300.00
WOMEN’S OPEN 18 – Above 10 – 40 – 5 300.00
TEAM RELAY 18 – Above 10 – 40 – 5 400.00

Entitlement

Event T-Shirt Participant Insurance
Finisher Medal Goodies Bag & Sponsor Item
Food refreshment after race Sports Towel
Finisher Medal Timing Chip & Bib Number System
Sports Massage Services E-Certificate & Lucky Draw

Prize Winner

CATEGORY 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH
MEN’S OPEN 3,500.00 2,500.00 2,000.00 1,500.00 1,000.00
WOMEN’S OPEN 3,500.00 2,500.00 2,000.00 1,500.00 1,000.00
TEAM RELAY 6,000.00 4,000.00 3,000.00 2,000.00 1,500.00

Rules & Regulation

Bike Check In

  • All participants are required to check in their bikes into the Transition area :
    • 26 August 2017 CIND 2017 Challenge : 3.00 PM – 7.00 PM
  • The transition area will be open for BIKE CHECKOUT :
    • 27 August 2017 CIND 2017 Challenge : 12.00 AM

Type of Bicycle

  • All type of bicycle are allowed to enter this event except motorized & electrical bicycle
  • Every bicycle COMPULSARY to have front & back blinker/light
  • Complete bicycle safety equipment

Cut Off Time

  • 3 hours (from the flag off time)
    • Participants that do not complete the Run 1 and bike segment within 2 hours 50 mins (from the flag off time), he/she would not be allowed to continue with Run 2 and would be stopped by the officials in Transition

Important information for IPT Category

  • All IPT Category need to fill student id upon registrationwww.racexasia.com
  • On race kit collection (25&26 August 2017), IPT student need to show student id for confirmation
  • Bring along team members student id for confirmation (Team Relay)
  • IPT Student no showing Student id will be disqualified

TRANSITION AREA

  • All changeover of equipment must be done within the stipulated transition area Run 1- Transition 1 (T1) – Bike – Transition 2 (T2) – Run 2 (T1 and T2 are in the same area)
  • All participants must have their helmet buckles fastened and helmets secured on the top of their heads, from the time they remove their bicycle from the rack, at the start of the bicycle leg until after they have finished and placed their bicycle on the rack at the end of the bicycle leg.
  • Participants may only use their designated bike racks. Please adhere to all instructions, by race marshals pertaining to the transition area.
  • Participants must not adjust, obstruct, interfere or assist with another com-petitor’s equipment in the transition area.
  • You may run or walk within the transition area; we strongly recommend that you move swiftly without obstructing or endangering yourself or other participants, within the transition area.
  • Cycling is STRICTLY PROHIBITED within the transition area.
  • Nudity or indecent exposure is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
  • Non-participants will NOT be allowed into the transition area, once the race begins.
  • All participants are required to check in their bikes into the Transition area (BIKE CHECK IN):
    • 25 August 2017 CIND 2017 Challenge : 3.00 PM – 7.00 PM
    • 26 August 2017 CIND 2017 Sprint Kids : 6.00 AM – 7.00 AM
    • 26 August 2017 CIND 2017 Introduction : 3.00 PM – 7.00 PM
  • Once the transition is closed, no participants are allowed into the area.
  • The transition area will be open for BIKE CHECKOUT :
    • 25 August 2017 CIND 2017 Challenge : 12.00 AM
    • 26 August 2017 CIND 2017 Sprint Kids : 12.00 PM
    • 26 August 2017 CIND 2017 Introduction : 12.00 AM
  • Entry into the transition area is only permitted for participants with the valid Bib Number only

RUN

  • Run 1 (R1) will be a mass start from the event & expo area. Please do check the locations prior to race day.
  • Participants may run or walk during the required run legs.
  • Participants may not crawl. (Participants will be deemed to be injured and extracted from the racecourse)
  • Participants are not allowed to run with a bare torso.
  • Participants must wear / display their race numbers on the front of their t-shirts or tops during running. Participants are encouraged to wear a race number belt.
  • Support vehicles or pacers are strictly prohibited.
  • The responsibility of keeping on the course rests with the competitor. Any competitor who appears to present a danger to themselves or others may be removed from the competition.

BIKE

  • This is a DRAFT LEGAL EVENT.
  • Every bike COMPULSORY to have “front” and “rear” blinker/lights.
  • Participants are not allowed to block others.
  • Participants are not allowed to make forward progress without a bicycle.
  • Participants may run or walk with their bike.
  • Participants must obey all traffic laws (governed by the Traffic Police) unless otherwise directed by an official.
  • A bare torso will not be permitted while cycling.
  • Participants must ensure that their race numbers are clearly visible on the lower back of their T-shirts or tops during cycling.
  • Cycling helmets are compulsory during the entire bike course. These must be in accordance with updated UCI helmet requirements with CE or ANSI or SNELL certification.
  • Any participants seen riding without a helmet and shoe will be disqualified. *Note : Some time trial or aero helmets do not meet these requirements. Please see race secretariat for further clarification. Race Director’s decision is final.
  • Headphones, headsets and glass containers are strictly prohibited
  • Aero bars and clip-ons may be used – all ends must be plugged.
  • No wheel may contain mechanisms, which are capable of accelerating it (cannot be motorized).
  • All bikes can join except motorized bicycles & electric bicycle

CUT OFF

To ensure the safety of all duathletes and triathletes racing on race day, a cut off time for the bike segment are following :

CIND 2017 Challenge : 5 hours (from the flag off time)

  • Participants that do not complete the Run 1 and bike segment within 4 hours 50 mins (from the flag off time), he/she would not be allowed to continue with Run 2 and would be stopped by the officials in Transition

CIND 2017 Sprint Kids : 3 hours (from the flag off time)

  • Participants that do not complete the Run 1 and bike segment within 2 hours 50 mins (from the flag off time), he/she would not be allowed to continue with Run 2 and would be stopped by the officials in Transition

CIND 2017 Introduction : 3 hours (from the flag off time)

  • Participants that do not complete the Run 1 and bike segment within 2 hours 50 mins (from the flag off time), he/she would not be allowed to continue with Run 2 and would be stopped by the officials in Transition

Stage Performance

  • CIND 2017 RPM Session (25 & 26 August 2017)
    • Open to all CIND 2017 participant
    • Limited slot available
    • Please bring your own bike spinner to participate
  • CIND 2017 Fitness Fest (25 August 2017)
    • Open to all CIND 2017 participant
    • Limited slot available
  • CIND 2017 Warm Up Session (26 August 2017)
    • Open to all CIND 2017 participant
    • Limited slot available

Reasons for disqualification

A competitor may be immediately disqualified without warning for the following :

  • Consumption of alcohol, or other drugs 24 hours before the race.
  • Consumption of performance enhancing stimulants.
  • Refusing to follow rules and/ or instructions of race officials
  • Failing to follow the prescribed course.
  • Using abusive language or behavior untoward / unbecoming towards any official, competitor or unsportsmanlike behavior.
  • Blocking, charging, obstructing, or interfering with the forward progress of another competitor.
  • Unfair contact. The fact that contact occurs between participants does not constitute a violation. When several participants are moving in a limited area, contact may occur. This incidental contact between participants in equally fa-vorable positions is not a violation.
  • Accepting assistance or seen to be accepting assistance either purpose fully or by default from any person or situation that arises other than a race official not limited to accepting assistance from a race official which constitutes an unfair advantage.
  • Refusing to follow the instructions of a race official.
  • Departing the course for unforeseen reasons or reasons of safety but failing to re-enter at the point of departure.
  • Leaving equipment or discarding personal articles on the course. Tires, plastic bottles, and discarded items must be placed safely off the course.
  • Wearing items deemed a hazard to self or others i.e. : a hard cast, obtrusive jeweler, headsets, headphones
  • Using unauthorized equipment to provide any advantage or which will be dangerous to others.
  • Violating traffic regulations

Procedure after Disqualification

  • A competitor may finish the race after an official calls for a penalty or disqualification, but will subsequently have to check with the race secretariat, for more information.
  • A competitor may appeal the decision in accordance with the provisions of this booklet and Section L of the ITU rulebook.
  • Protests and complaints or protests of being fouled by other participants or notices of violation or protest against that notice HAVE to be filed officially in writing with the organizing committee based at the Race Secretariat within 30 minutes of your completion of the event, accompanied with a RM300 non returnable deposit. *If your protest is successful the deposit will be returned.
  • Verbal complaints, protests or any of the above will NOT be entertained.
  • The organizing committee reserves the right to apply due discretion on a case-to-case basis.
  • No refunds will be given if this event is cancelled by unavoidable means from the orders of organizer.
  • After successful registration, no refunds will be entertained, even for any
  • reason
  • Automatically signed up once you agree to the terms by organizer.
  • The Race Director and organizing committee’s decision is final.
  • For more detailed explanation and expansion of rules and regulations, rulebooks from organizer.
  • We are not responsible for any injury or death occur upon excident during this event.
  • Event organizer have right to own all pictures taken to marketing purposes