Vleijen/T2/XTERRA Village (map)
Pro athletes and age group athletes will compete together for honour and prize money. Age group athletes can qualify for the XTERRA World Championship in Molveno, Italy in October 2022 by winning one of the 26 slots up for grabs.
Awards are only reserved for athletes registered in the following categories: Full Distance (Elites and AG).
Top Amateur Athletes will be awarded with qualifying slots for the World Championship in Trentino, Italy. (Rules and regulations: https://www.xterraplanet.com/worldchampionship#Qualify)
FULL DISTANCE Men/Women
This year there is no separate Elite/Pro start but everyone starts at the same time. All age groupers from the Netherlands are therefore also eligible for the titles for which there is a total prize pool of € 3000.
*Prize money only available for athletes with Dutch nationality or Dutch license
ATTENTION: The athletes that are not present during the award ceremony will be able to benefit from their prize or/and slots.
Registration includes: Boat ticket, Professional time registration, medical assistance, aid care, medal, finish shirt and finish meal (XTERRA Full Distance only)
Discount: € 20.00 participants with address on Ameland (no boat ticket)
Participants XTERRA JUNIOR S 12+ & 14+ or XS 8+ & 10+ register on September 11 via
REGISTRATION FORM XTERRA NL JUNIOR
REGISTRATION AND PARTICIPATION PACKAGE
Participants of all race series must register at the race office on Ameland by presenting a valid proof of identity and triathlon license. With the registration, you will receive the participation package with: Run bib number, MTB bib number, Swimming cap, Wristband, Helmet sticker, Transition Bag and a Transponder for time registration.
Wear the Run bib number only during run part of the race and attach it to the front of the shirt. Prepare the Run bib number in change Transition zone T2.
Attach the MTB-bib number on the front of the mountain bike handlebar.
Wear the swimming cap visibly during the swimming part.
Wear the Transponder with included strap visibly attached to the ankle.
Use the wristband to get access to the participants' zone. The wristband is also the ticket for the finish meal for participants of XTERRA NETHERLANDS FULL.
Attach the Number sticker on the left side of the helmet.
Transition Bag is for use in Transition zone T1. Yellow bag for participants of XTERRA NETHERLANDS SPRINT & SPRINT RELAY and blue bag for participants of XTERRA NETHERLANDS FULL RACE and RELAY.
In the Transition zone T1 at the port you can check in on the day of the competition from the stated time. Your bike and helmet are checked here. You have to prepare the running gear yourself at Transition zone T2 at the changing and finishing location in the Vleijen (XTERRA NETHERLANDS VILLAGE).
Every participant, with the exception of persons with an address on Ameland, will receive a boat ticket for passenger transport and MTB transport on the ferry operated by Wagenborg Passagiersdiensten. For more information, see the Travel section.
The ticket is valid until September 11, 2022, for the crossing from Holwerd (including the days before).
The boat ticket will be sent on 2 September to the specified address of participants who have registered before 1 September, excluding those with an address on Ameland.
Each team of XTERRA NETHERLANDS RELAY and SPRINT RELAY receive one boat ticket. Other team members must arrange boat tickets themselves.
The information for the participants will be sent via the newsletter one week before the event to the email addresses provided.
The Sprint start is on the water’s edge of the port of Nes.
All other race series start on the road near the start arch. These participants first walk about 60 meters after the starting shot before they enter the water.
All races will be held under the auspices and rules of the Dutch Triathlon Association.
Article 19 of the competition rules contains specific matters concerning the cross triathlon.
On Ameland it is mandatory to wear a swimming cap issued by the organization.
Since 2015, the ITU regulations state: “Draft legal events: Drafting is forbidden of a different gender athlete.”
Aero bars are not allowed (see rules ITU art. 19.4 f,g, h and i).
Bar ends are allowed only on the ends of the te handlebar.
So-called beach steering handlebars are not permitted during XTERRA NETHERLANDS.
After each part of the Relay each team member hands over the transponder to the next athlete in Transition zone T1 and T2. This must be done in the UNIVE Transition Box.
In T1 the transition box is at the entrance. Swimmer hand over the transponder to the cyclist. In T2, the transition box is at the exit, at the start of the run. Cyclist first puts the MTB in the right place and walks to the exit where the transponder is transferred to the next team member.
The participants are obliged to put all their belongings in the designated numbered bag after swimming and to place it after their change on their designated place in the transition zone. All other items are removed from the transition zone.
After the change, the bags are collected by the organization and brought to Transition zone T2 and placed under the corresponding number.
PARTICIPATION LIMITS AND SERIES
A maximum of 700 individual athletes can participate (XTERRA NETHERLANDS: 400 and SPRINT: 300). The maximum number of teams (RELAY and RELAY SPRINT) is set at 100.
All participants XTERRA NETHERLANDS SPRINT must finish before 10:30 pm.
All participants XTERRA NETHERLANDS FULL and RELAY must finish before 12:20 pm.
All participants of XTERRA NETHERLANDS SPRINT must finish before 11:50 am.
All participants XTERRA NETHERLANDS FULL RACE and RELAY must finish before 3:00 pm.
All participants of XTERRA NETHERLANDS SPRINT must finish before 12:30 pm. At 12:30 pm the course and finish for XTERRA NETHERLANDS SPRINT participants will be closed and the posts will be abandoned.
All participants XTERRA NETHERLANDS FULL RACE and RELAY must finish before 4:20 pm. At 7:00 pm the course and the finish for participants XTERRA NETHERLANDS and RELAY will be closed and the posts will be abandoned.
If the relevant times are exceeded, you are requested to stop the competition. This is in connection with your own safety, the course will no longer be fully monitored from the aforementioned times.
XTERRA NETHERLANDS uses Racetimer / Chronotrack timekeeping system to record swimming, cycling and running times.
Every participant is obliged to visibly wear the (rental) transponder on the ankle, not under the wet suit. Required ankle straps are supplied with the transponder.
The (rental) transponder for time registration will be issued when the participation package is collected from the competition secretariat.
The transponder must be returned to the organization after the finish. If the transponder is lost or not returned, an amount of € 50.00 will be collected.
View the location map XTERRA NETHERLANDS
Participants have access to the Transition zone T1 and Transition zone T2 by showing their starting number and participation band. Take into account other participants within the Transition zone who are (still) busy with their competition.
Follow the instructions of the volunteers and jury.
The use of the Transition bag in Transition zone T1 is mandatory. The bag is transported to Transition zone T2 by the organization.
You can place the walking gear in Transition zone T2. Don’t forget to place your starting number here. Use of a (plastic) crate is permitted.
Bags and / or other obstacles will be removed from the Transition zone.
The MTB trails are marked with blue arrows and the running trails with red arrows.
Op splitsingen en/of kruisingen staan grote XTERRA-aanduiding borden.
MTB: KM 3
RUN: KM 0, KM 2.5, KM 5, KM 7.5
MTB: KM 3
RUN: KM 0, KM 2.5
While swimming, a wetsuit is mandatory at a sea temperature of 16C or less. We recommend that you always swim with a wetsuit during the XTERRA NETHERLANDS due to the new and often unpredictable circumstances in the Wadden Sea.
TIPS FROM JOEP
Read the tips from Joep (PDF) on how you can prepare your bike for the race and taking care of your bike after the race.
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