It is the responsibility of the swimmer to know all aspects of the regulations.
With his registration, the swimmer accepts the general regulations, the specific rules of each one of the trips of the Seaman circuit and the conditions of participation.
Each swimmer is responsible for competing in good physical condition and with sufficient training to complete the distance for which they register.
Doping is prohibited. With their registration, each swimmer accepts the doping rules, which are mandatory for the event. With their registration, each swimmer declares not to violate, before or during the event
Swimmers must follow the indications and instructions of the competition officials and the authorities
Competition officials will have the authority to disqualify any swimmer. Medical personnel and/or the race director will have the final and highest authority to remove a swimmer from the course if she is deemed physically incapable of continuing the race without risk of serious injury or death.
If a swimmer decides to withdraw from the course at any time, it is the swimmer's responsibility to inform the competition judges, hand over their bib number and timing chip immediately.
Individual support by friends, family, coaches and fans will not be allowed during the course of the journeys. Each swimmer must immediately refuse any attempt to help. Failure to do so will result in a warning or even disqualification.
The basic principles of the event are fairness and compliance with the regulations. It is forbidden to seek advantages by breaking these rules. Swimmers may not impede or endanger others, nor hinder the crossing process. Swimmers should be polite to other swimmers, volunteers, officials, and medical or security personnel. The rules of the competition will be applied and the instructions of the organizers, officials, medical or security personnel will be followed. Swimmers must show respect for the environment and avoid pollution.
For matters not contemplated in these regulations, the decisions of the competition jury that will be established in each venue of the circuit will be taken as a reference, this being the only body qualified to interpret and apply the rules of this regulation.
These regulations may be revised and updated during the course of the circuit competition.
If the water is 12 degrees or less, the 10K distance is suspended and they start competing in the 5K
2.- Modalities and outputs.-
The swimmer can participate in one or several of the following disciplines as long as they are compatible:
LONG DISTANCE: Distances OF 10km depending on the location. Individual, competitive test It will have a timing system and classification by age categories
MEDIUM DISTANCE: Distance OF 5K depending on the location. Individual, competitive test It will have a timing system and classification by age categories
SHORT DISTANCE: Distances OF 2.5 K depending on the location. Individual test, timed and single category.
The disciplines for minors will be held only in those destinations that meet the necessary technical and logistical requirements.
A single start is established for each distance, that is, there will be e starts. For security reasons, several sleeves may be authorized per distance.
In the LONG DISTANCE and MEDIUM DISTANCE modalities there will be different categories taking into account the age and gender of the participant.
3.1 LONG DISTANCE (10K) and MEDIUM DISTANCE (5K)
(MASCULINE AND FEMALE)
Amateur swimmers 16 – 19 years of age.
20 – 29 years
Amateur swimmers 20 – 29 years of age.
30 – 39 years
Amateur swimmers 30 – 39 years old.
40 – 49 years
Amateur swimmers 40 – 49 years of age.
50 – 59 years
Amateur swimmers 50 – 59 years of age.
60 and over years
Amateur swimmers 60 years and older.
3.3 SHORT DISTANCE .- 2.5 K
SPRINT (MAS AND FEMALE)
Age range (web only)
Swimmers of all ages from 10 years.
3.4 MINOR (Not available in this race)
Swimmers of all ages from 7 to 14 years old
4.- Use of Neoprene.
The use of neoprene in all modalities will be regulated by regulation depending on the water temperature:
The use of neoprene will be allowed *
The use of neoprene is not allowed
*It is mandatory to use a safety buoy for all competitors
It will only be authorized not to wear neoprene if the water temperature is not below 18ºC, not allowing any swimmer without a neoprene suit to participate in any of the distances to be carried out.
It is the responsibility of the swimmers who are in competition.
* If any participant decides to swim with a wetsuit in temperatures above 24ºC, when the wetsuit is not allowed, it will be shown in the results as DQ.
* Any swimsuit made of any type of neoprene or polyurethane is totally prohibited when wetsuits are not allowed. (jammers included).
*The use of hats, gloves and neoprene booties is not allowed above 14 degrees of temperature
Below is a list of clothing that each swimmer must wear during the course of the test:
Hat donated by the organization.
The safety buoy will be mandatory for ALL DISTANCES. The buoys must be of a visible and approved color, to avoid any incident.
Crossing the finish line without the safety buoy will be grounds for disqualification.
Swimming goggles, mandatory for all swimmers
Neoprene or swimsuit (see section USE OF NEOPRENE). It is forbidden to use two wetsuits
The timing chip must be used throughout the competition. In case of loss, the swimmer must communicate this circumstance to the timekeeping company upon arrival at the finish line.
The swimmer must pay the value of the lost chip to the timekeeping company if it deems appropriate. The organization will communicate during the technical briefing the exact place to place the chip.
If applicable, the assigned sticker must always be visible on the outside of the right arm of each swimmer. The number will be provided or drawn by members of the organization.
All those electronic devices such as watches, heart rate monitors and aquatic GPS will be allowed, excluding aquatic music players and/or sims. If a swimmer violates this rule, the swimmer will be disqualified by the course officials.
It is forbidden to use any instrument or garment that helps the floatation or propulsion of the swimmer, pull bouy, paddles, mitts, fins, etc. Only people who have the approval of the technical team for justified reasons may use these instruments.
In the event that the organization considers it necessary for any of the participants to abandon the event in order to guarantee their safety, we reserve the right to do so in the following cases.
As long as the swimmer exceeds the time limits established in each venue.
Adverse weather conditions that endanger the participants of the journey.
Whenever a swimmer shows signs of dehydration, hypothermia, extreme fatigue, or any other symptom that indicates their safety is in jeopardy.
Not being within the times established in the buoy steps.
Swimmers who do not respect the safety limits established by the organization.
When the swimmer makes the distress signal, raising one or both arms
The kayakers and the skippers of the boats will ensure the safety of the swimmers and will inform the technical team, these being the guides and instructors of the swimmers.
Registration is personal and non-transferable and implies acceptance of all the articles of these regulations, as well as the purchase conditions. All prices are listed in the registration section of the website and can be processed through the online payment system.
The participant who cannot attend the test and is registered, may not transfer the participation rights to another person, except with prior authorization and management of the transfer. In no case will the organization refund the registration fee, for this reason.
Any change of distance or changes of ownership carries with it a management fee of CH$15,000. In no case of return of the registration, the management expenses that are caused will be returned.
For the change of distance, the following conditions will apply.
To change to a higher distance, management CH$10,000 will be paid, plus the difference in the rate paid with the current rate of the new chosen distance.
To change to a lower distance, the CH$10,000 management fee will be paid, and the difference in rates between the distances will not be refundable.
For the changes of ownership requested, the CH$10,000 management fee will be paid.
No expenses will be charged for updating any other data that does not imply a change in the registration fee, these being achievable by the swimmer through the registration platform.
You may request the return of the registration or contracted services or products purchased in the registration process of the journey, within the first 15 days from your confirmed registration through payment.
No refunds will be made under any circumstances, even within the 15-day period, when there are less than 15 days left before the competition is held.
No change of owner will be made, under any circumstances, when less than 15 days remain before the competition is held.
Right to participate in the Journey.
Assistance during the journey.
Provisioning in the journey and in the post-finish of the competition.
Classification by time with electronic chip.
Backpack or backpack
The lists of registered swimmers can be consulted on the triatletas.cl website, the day after registration closes.
8.- Participation and insurance.
All participants declare to be in optimal health conditions and have no knowledge of any reason why they cannot participate in the journey. For this reason, swimmers agree to participate at their own risk.
Participation is suitable for athletes of any nationality, federated or not. Those under 18 years of age must provide the written authorization of their parents or guardian at the time of collecting the number or through the online registration to the competition. No underage swimmer will be able to carry out any of the crossings without this authorization signed and delivered to the organization.
The minimum age for participation is established by distance.
LONG DISTANCE (10K)
Minimum age 16 years.
MEDIUM DISTANCE (5K)
Minimum age 14 years.
SHORT DISTANCE ( 2.5K)
Minimum age 10 years.
9.- Cutting times.-
For all the distances of the crossings, the following cut-off times are established by distance and time at the finish line.
The following cut-off times are established in Finish line and intermediate times. –
LONG DISTANCE (10Km)
Cut-off times are established at the following kilometer points.
Km 2.5 – 1h. 30'.
Km 5 – 3h.
Km 10 – 4h. 30'.
MEDIUM DISTANCE (5 km)
Cut-off times are established at the following kilometer points.
Km 2.5 – 1h. 30'.
Km 5 – 2h. 30'.
A goal time of 1h is established. 30'.
*For any other distance, it will be the person who establishes the times proportionally with those shown.
The organization will provide refreshment points for swimmers during the LONG and MEDIUM DISTANCE journeys, as well as at the end of each of the tests. The aid stations will be duly marked and their exact location will be indicated during the technical briefing.
Swimmers will decide whether or not to make a stop along the route. In any case, swimmers will be able to hold on to the boat to rest and recover strength, however, it is not allowed to get on it. If so, they will be automatically disqualified.
11.- Security. –
A security operation both on land and at sea is guaranteed. On the day of the test, a large device of motor boats, SUPs and kayaks will cover the swimmers.
The organization's medical services will be authorized to withdraw any participant for medical reasons.
12.- JUDGES. –
The competition will be regulated by a Committee of JUDGES, represented by a technical delegate, this committee made up of a technical delegate and a General Judge, will be responsible for making the results of the competition official.
The referee will be the one who arranges for commissioners to control the clothing to be used, the start, the turn buoys, the checkpoints and the finish line.
The reasons for disqualification will be:
Skipping or omitting the passage through the mandatory turn-marking buoys.
Not following the instructions of the boat or kayak regulated by the referee.
Use of material not allowed.
Once the provisional results are published, any swimmer who wants to file a claim must do so within a period of 15 minutes after these results are published.
Claims may be for the following cases.
Against published interim results.
Against the performance of another competitor.
Against clothing worn by another competitor.
Against the established route.
In order for a claim to be addressed by the general judge, it must be submitted in writing through the form offered by the referee appointed for the competition. This document can also be downloaded from the official website
If said claim, attended by the referee judge, is ratified in his sanction, this may be appealed to the competition jury appointed before the start of the competition.
In order for an appeal to be answered, it will be necessary to post a bond of CH$30,000. This bond will be returned if said appeal is successful and a resolution favorable to the claimant is applied.
The resolutions of the arbitrator and the competition jury will be taken in no more than 15 minutes after being presented.
Before the resolution of an appeal by the competition jury, no more claims or appeals can be filed for the same reason.
These instructions will be explained and summarized during the race briefing.
13.- Cancellation of the trip. –
The swimmer accepts these regulations when registering for the competition and therefore accepts that the organizer of the event may, at its sole discretion, delay, modify or cancel the event if it considers that the conditions are dangerous on the day of the swim due to conditions weather or health. In the event the event is delayed, modified or canceled for any reason including, but not limited to, acts of God or the elements (including, but not limited to, wind, heavy seas, rain, hail, hurricane , tornado, earthquake, terrorist acts, fire, threat or demonstration, labor difficulties, work stoppage, insurrection, war, public disaster, flood, unavoidable accident, crossing conditions or any other cause beyond the control of the organizer of the event. event,
In case of having a water temperature below 12°C, the 10K crossing is suspended and they are changed to a 5K distance, due to the regulations and studies of temperature and time spent in the water.
14.- Personal Data. –
The organization reports, and you agree that:
All the data provided by you at the time of registering for the trip or through other data collection channels on the www.triatletas.cl page are incorporated into a secure and confidential database for which Chiptime SpA is responsible.
The purpose of data collection is none other than to administer and manage the information of the journey, and keep you informed of possible changes in the calendar of events and/or product promotions related to triathletes.cl. Along these lines, and with a clearly sporting, promotional and commercial objective, we request the consent of the athletes and their children, so that their image may appear in photographs and filming carried out in the various organized activities. To renounce this assignment, must notify in writing
AGE GROUP AND GENERAL AWARDS 2.5 k
AGE GROUP AND GENERAL AWARDS 10k and 5k
All athletes who reach the finish line completing the entire course will have a finisher medal
The first 3 of each category, in each genre, will be entitled to their award galvanos at the final category award ceremony.
The first great award is from the general
Each location in each category delivers points in the national ranking, with 18 points, they will have the possibility of participating in a specific competition by international invitation inside or outside the country.