NCC2CRK TRIATHLON

April 7, 2024
New Clark City, Capas, Tarlac
Clark Freeport, Pampanga

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RACE INFORMATION

April 7, 2024
New Clark City, Capas, Tarlac and Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga

DISTANCE CATEGORY
TRI6290900m swim- 50k bike – 12k run
TRI3150500m swim- 25k bike – 6k run
TRI6290 RELAY900m swim- 50k bike – 12k run
ALLOWED BIKES
Long/RelayRoad Bike, Triathlon/Time Trial Bike, Gravel with Slick Tires
ShortRoad Bike, Triathlon/Time Trial Bike, Gravel/MTB
Fixed Gear Bikes are not allowed

Registration Fees

* Tier-based Pricing on registration fees are based on slot inventory rather than time-based deadline. Once slots fill up in lowest Tier, price will increase automatically.

TIER ZERO- Starts AUGUST 18, 2023SUPER-EARLY
TRI6290$87 USD (P4,950.00)
TRI3150  $83 USD (P4,700.00)
TRI6290 RELAY$150 USD (P8,500.00)
TIER 1- Starts when TIER ZERO sells out *EARLY
TRI6290$100 USD (P5,700.00)
TRI3150 $94USD (P5,300.00)
TRI6290 RELAY $170 USD (P9,650.00)
TIER 2- Starts when TIER 1 sells out *REGULAR
TRI6290$122 USD (P6,900.00)
TRI3150  $115 USD (P6,500.00)
TRI6290 RELAY $200 USD (P11,344.00)
TIER 3- Starts when TIER 2 sells out *LATE
TRI6290$133 USD (P7,500.00)
TRI3150  $122 USD (P6,900.00)
TRI6290 RELAY $220USD (P12,500.00)
REGISTRATION INCLUSIONS
Race Fee
Race Kit (Bib, Bike and Helmet Stickers, Security Band, Timing Chip Rental)
Swim Cap
Transition Bags 1 and 2
Limited Edition SYLBS Cycling Wallet
Finisher Medal
Finisher Shirt
Post-Race Meal
Race kit claiming will be on the following dates and location:
April 5, 2024 Friday, 2:00-7:00pm Cycles and Brew
April 6, Saturday, 11:00 am-7:00pm Cycles and Brew
AGE GROUPS
To Compute for your AGE GROUP, deduct your Birth Year from 2024.   

KINDLY READ REGISTRATION POLICY BEFORE SIGNING UP!

Registration & Refund Policy

Slots are non-transferable to other races.

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO AVAIL OF REFUNDS:
• Before December 15, 2023, 70% of Fee
• On or before February 21, 2024 50% of Fee
• No more refunds will be accepted after February 21, 2024, 2023.
• Active Processing Fees are not refundable.
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
• FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER SLOT TO ANOTHER PERSON
• We can only accept transfers to another person not later than February 21, 2024.
• Transfer Fee of P1000
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
• Included in our rules and regulation:  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
• Send a request letter to secretariat@goclark.ph
FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER TO ANOTHER CATEGORY
• We can only accept transfers to another category not later than February 21, 2024.
• Transfer Fee of P500
• No refunds on downgrades
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com

FAQ’s

  1. I was injured before the event, can I get a refund?
    As long your request was done before the refund timeline posted above, you can avail of the refund. Request beyond the February 21, 2024 deadline, you kit is already named for you and we can release it after the race.
  2. I got covid-19 near the event and cannot participate, can I get a refund? This also falls under the refund policy.
    This also falls under the refund policy. Request beyond the February 21, 2024 deadline means refunds aren’t available anymore. Your kit will be released after the race.
  3. I am injured/unfit/got covid19, can I transfer my kit to someone else?
     If your request is on or before February 21, 2024, we can process the transfer without any questions. Just pay the transfer fee of P700. If the request is beyond February 21, 2024, the kit will be yours and if you cannot race, we will keep it until you cab calim it after the race.
  4. I did not get the training I wanted for the longer distance, can I switch to the shorter category?
    You can freely request category transfer until February 21, 2024. Just pay the processing fee to initiate transfer. Requests beyond February 21, 2024 will not be honored.
  5. We hope you understand that at a timeline near the race, the funds that you paid for your registration has already been used for race supplies, permits and any other expenses that the organizer will use in producing the event.

Force Majeure. In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed, and will not be applied to future races. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

REGISTER HERE

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ our REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 2: MAKE SURE YOU READ THE POLICY ABOVE.

STEP 3: REGISTER VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION PORTAL VIA TWO OPTIONS:

OPTION 1: PAY WITH CREDIT CARD
Visa/Mastercard Credit Card needed for transaction.  Active Processing Fees apply.
*Debit Cards are not accepted
*Minors (under 18) cannot directly register themselves at ACTIVE. Parents/Guardians of under 18 must register for minors.
Click this link on How to Register Someone who is Under 18.
OPTION 2:
Get a Coupon Code via Online Bank Transfer to BPI or GCASH payment.
1. Kindly send us a message at GoClark Facebook Page for payment instructions/details.
2. Send message as follows:
• NAME
• EVENT
• DISTANCE CATEGORY
3. The tier pricing given is only good for the day. If you had not paid within the day, you have to ask again.
4. After verifying your payment, we will issue a 100% coupon code for you to use at Active Registration Portal.
– Getting the code does not mean you are registered.
5. Register by clicking the button: Sign-up via ACTIVE
6.  Encode the code upon reaching the payment portal, see image below.

RACE MAPS AND SCHEDULE

SWIM COURSE

NCC TRI LONG SWIM

NCC TRI SHORT SWIM COURSE

BIKE COURSE

NCC TRI LONG AND SHORT BIKE COURSE

RUN COURSE

NCC TRI LONG AND SHORT RUN COURSE

START LIST

RACE RESULTS

AWARD CATEGORIES

TRI6290

Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50-54
• 55-59
• 60 and above.
Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50 and above

Team Competition (Cumulative Times for fastest 4 MEMBERS, regardless of gender composition, 5 max members) Top 3

TRI3150

Male Age Categories: Medals for Top 3
• 15-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40-49
• 50 & Above
 Female Age Categories: Medals for Top 3
• 15-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40 & Above

TRI6290 RELAY (Plaque)

Plaques for TOP 3 TEAMS: CUMULATIVE TIME of 4 members of 5
All-Male Top 3
All-Female Top 3
Mixed Top 3

* Categories subject to change based on startlist

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Race Rules & Regulation

  • General Conduct
  • a.) Triathlon/Duathlon and GoClark’s other related multisports involve many competitors. Race tactics are part of the interaction between competitors.
    Competitors will:
    • (i) Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • (ii) Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • (iii) Know, understand and follow the ITU Competition Rules, available from their National Federations and on www.triathlon.org;
    • (iv) Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • (v) Treat other competitors, organisers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • (vi) Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • (vii) Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • (viii) Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • (ix)  Not dispose rubbish or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places, such as feed stations or rubbish disposal points. All items must be kept with the competitor and returned to their transition spot;
    • (x) Not attempt to gain unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • (xi) Follow the prescribed course;
    • (xiii) Not use any device that will distract the athlete from paying full attention to their surroundings: Competitors may not use communication devices of any type, including but not limited to mobile phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. A ‘distractive manner’ includes but is not limited to making and receiving phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race will result in disqualification;
  • Outside Assistance:
  • a.) The assistance provided by event personnel or Technical Officials is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition, mechanical and medical assistance, upon the approval of the Technical Delegate or Head Referee. Athletes competing in the same competition may assist each other with incidental items such as, but not restricted to, nutrition and drinks after an aid station, pumps, tubular tyres, inner tubes and puncture repair kits;
  • b.) Athletes may not provide any item of equipment to an athlete competing in the same competition which results in the donor athlete being unable to continue with their own competition. This includes but is not restricted to complete bicycle, frame, wheels and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.
  • c.) An athlete cannot physically assist the forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course. This will result in both athletes being disqualified.
  • Health:
  • a.) Triathlons and GoClark’s other related multisports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • b.) Time limits for the swim leg, bike leg and overall finish time may be established for each competition by the organizer. These limits must be published in the pre-event registration material;
  • Eligibility:
  • a.) All participants must be 15 years old and above to compete in the main events of the race (unless kids’ categories are entered in the race).
  • b.) Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2019).
  • Insurance:
  • a.) All participants in the event must be covered by their own personal accident insurance that will cover any accident before, during and after the race.
  • Registration
  • a.) The date of the payment in registration is the basis in determining if right amount was remitted based on early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • b.) All athletes must claim their own race kit at the official competition registration area during designated times.   All participants will be required to show a government-issued ID in claiming their race kits.
  • c.)  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Race Numbers:
  • a:) All athletes are required to wear their bib numbers at all times during the bike and run.  Numbers must be placed at the back for the bike and front for the vrun and must be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.  Body marking may be required at the discretion of the race director.
  • Helmets:
  • a.) Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority recognised by a National Federation affiliated with ITU;
  • b.) Helmet must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarisation and training sessions;
  • c.) An alteration to any part of the helmet, including the chin strap, or the omission of any part of the helmet, including an outer cloth cover, is
  • prohibited;
  • d.) The helmet must be securely fastened and fit properly at all times and any garment worn underneath must not affect the fit when the athlete  is in possession of the bike, which means from the time they remove their bike from the rack at the start of the bike leg, until after they have placed their bike on the rack at the finish of the bike leg;
  • Illegal Equipment:
  • Illegal equipment includes, but is not limited to:
  • a.) Headphone(s), headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears;
  • b.) Glass containers;
  • c.) Huge container boxes in transition area which may impede transition flow
  • d.) Any flotation device including wetsuit shorts.
  • Transition Area:
  • a.)  Only participants and official race personnel are allowed inside the transition area.  No official security band means no entry.
  • b.) During bike check-in, the bike must already be equipped with official bike stickers (frame and/or seatpost sticker) and must match the number from the participant’s security band.
  • c.) Athletes must place within 0.5m of the bin all equipment to be used at a later stage in the event. If a bin is not provided, the 0.5m will be measured from the point on the ground immediately below the rack number or name plate. The bin, if provided, must be within 0.5m from the rack number or name plate. All equipment already used must be deposited in the bin, exceptions are the bike shoes, which may remain fixed on the pedals. A piece of equipment is considered deposited in the bin when one part of the equipment is inside the bin. Only equipment to be used during the competition can be left in transition. All other belongings and equipment are to be removed before competition start;
  • d.) Bike shoes, glasses, helmet, and other bike equipment can be placed on the bike in Transition 1;
  • e.) Athletes must not impede the progress of other athletes in the transition area;
  • f.) Athletes must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area;
  • g.) Cycling is not permitted inside the transition area, except during the cycling segment. Mount and dismount lines are part of the transition area;
  • h.) Athletes must mount their bicycles after the mount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground after the mount line.
  • i.) Athletes must dismount their bicycles before the dismount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground before the dismount line.
  • j.) While in the transition area (before the mount line and after the dismount line) the bike can be pushed only by the athlete’s hands.
  • k.) If during the mount or dismount manoeuvre, the athlete loses their shoe(s) or other equipment, they will be collected by the Technical Officials and no penalty will be applied.
  • l.) Nudity or indecent exposure is forbidden;
  • m.) Athetes can not stop in the flow zones of the transition area;
  • n.) Marking positions in the transition area is forbidden. Marks, towels and objects used for marking purposes will be removed and the athletes will not be notified;
  • o.) The helmet strap must remain unfastened in the transition area while the athlete is completing the first segment.

Force Majeure:

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

HOTEL PARTNERS

Athlete’s Village

Rooms at the Athlete’s Village near the NCC Stadium can be booked via email contact: avatncc@gmail.com

The Athlete’s Village is being handled by our venue partner BCDA.

Hotel Partners in Clark Main Zone

QUEST PLUS HOTEL

To book, mention “GOCLARK” as booking code to get preferred rates.

Quest Plus HotelContact Booking/Reservations Team

Mobile number: (0998) 587 8158

Email address: clarkrsvno1@questhotelsandresorts.com | clarkrsvno2@questhotelsandresorts.com

FONTANA LEISURE PARKS

Fontana Hotel and Villa Rates are discounted at 50%, just mention the booking code GOCLARK. To book your reservation, kindly call Ms. Michelle Coronel – 09175652402

HOW TO GET THERE

This is how you get to New Clark City 🚗🛻🚚🚕🚙

Again, do not use waze. Drive your way to the Cloverleaf interchange leading to NCC in McArthur Highway.

New Clark City-SCTEX interchange is not passable.

Going to New Clark City

Parking Guide

FastTwitch Super Enduro Duathlon

January 21, 2024
Clark Freeport, Pampanga

STEP 1: READ RACE INFORMATION

January 21, 2024
Clark Freeport, Pampanga

DISTANCE CATEGORIES
Super Enduro Duathlon2.5k run-15k bike-2.5k run- 15k bike-2.5k run-15k bike- 2.5k run
Enduro Duathlon2.5k run-15k bike-2.5k run- 15k bike-2.5k run
Mini-Sprint Duathlon2.5k run-15k bike-2.5k run
Super Enduro Duathlon 2-Person Relay2.5k run-15k bike-2.5k run- 15k bike-2.5k run-15k bike- 2.5k run
REGISTRATION INCLUSIONS
Race Fee
Race Kit (Bib, Bike and Helmet Stickers, Security Band, Timing Chip Rental)
Race Belt
Event Shirt
Finisher Medal
Post-Race Meal
ALLOWED BIKES
ROAD BIKES, MTB, TRIATHLON/TIME TRIAL BIKES, GRAVEL BIKES, FOLDING BIKES
FIXIES ARE PROHIBITED 
CUT-OFF TIMES
NO CUT-OFFS IN MINI-SPRINT AND ENDURO DISTANCES
SUPER ENDURO CUT-OFF: 3 HRS AND 30 MINUTES

REGISTRATION FEES

*Tier-based Pricing on registration fees are based on slot inventory rather than time-based deadline. Once slots fill up in lowest Tier, price will increase automatically.

*8% Active Fees Apply

TIER Zero Super Early Bird
Super Enduro Duathlon $65 USD (P3600.00)  SOLD OUT
Enduro Duathlon    $61 USD (P3400.00)  SOLD OUT
Mini-Sprint Duathlon   $59 USD (P3,300.00) SOLD OUT
TIER 1 Early Bird
Super Enduro Duathlon $69 USD (P3800.00) SOLD OUT
Enduro Duathlon    $65 USD (P3600.00)  SOLD OUT
Mini-Sprint Duathlon   $63 USD (P3,500.00)  SOLD OUT
Super Enduro Dua-Relay $90USD (P5,000.00)
TIER 2 Regular Fee
Super Enduro Duathlon $76 USD (P4200.00)
Enduro Duathlon    $72 USD (P4000.00) 
Mini-Sprint Duathlon   $70 USD (P3900.00) 
Super Enduro Dua-Relay  $101 USD (P5600.00)
TIER 3 Late Fee
Super Enduro Duathlon $88 USD (P4900.00)
Enduro Duathlon    $85 USD (P4700.00)
Mini-Sprint Duathlon    $83 USD (P4600.00)
Super Enduro Dua-Relay $112 USD (P6200.00)
RACE KIT CLAIMING
January 19, 2024: 2:00-6:00PM
Cycles and Brew, Clark, Pampanga
January 20, 2024: 10:00 AM-7:00 PM
Cycles and Brew, Clark, Pampanga

STEP 2: READ REGISTRATION POLICY

Registration & Refund Policy

Registration Reminders

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO AVAIL OF REFUNDS:
• Before Nov 29,2023 70% of Fee
• On or before Dec 29, 2023, 50% of Fee
• No more refunds will be accepted after Dec 29, 023.
• Active Processing Fees are not refundable.
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
• FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER SLOT TO ANOTHER PERSON
• We can only accept transfers to another person not later than Dec 29, 2023.
• Transfer Fee of P1000
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com

WARNING!!! An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.

FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER TO ANOTHER CATEGORY
• We can only accept transfers to another category not later than Dec 29, 2023.
• Transfer Fee of P500 and Pay difference for Upgrade
• No refunds on downgrades
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
FOR THOSE WANTING TO DEFER THE SLOT TO NEXT YEAR’S RACE
• We can accept deferral of your slot to next year’s race if requested on or before Dec 29, 2023.
• Deferral forfeits your right to any kind of refund, or transfer to another person.
• Deferral of the slot on this race is only applicable on the Clark Triathlon Classic race on 2025.

FAQ’s

  1. I was injured before the event, can I get a refund?
    As long your request was done before the refund timeline posted above, you can avail of the refund. Request beyond the Dec 29, 2023 deadline, you kit is already named for you and we can release it after the race.
  2. I got covid-19 near the event and cannot participate, can I get a refund? This also falls under the refund policy.
    Request beyond the Dec 29, 2023 deadline means refunds aren’t available anymore. Your kit will be released after the race.
  3. I am injured/unfit/got covid19, can I transfer my kit to someone else?
    If your request is on or before Dec 29, 2023, we can process the transfer without any questions. Just pay the transfer fee of P700. If the request is beyond Dec 29, 2023, a kit has already been named for you and if you cannot race, we will keep it until you can claim it after the race.
  4. I did not get the training I wanted for the longer distance, can I switch to the shorter category?
    You can freely request category transfer until Dec 29, 2023. Just pay the processing fee to initiate transfer. Requests beyond Dec 29, 2023 will not be honored.
  5. We hope you understand that at a timeline near the race, the funds that you paid for your registration has already been used for race supplies, permits and any other expenses that the organizer will use in producing the event.

Force Majeure

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed, and will not be applied to future races. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

Pandemic-related Policy

While GoClark Sports and Events is committed to planning and organizing all our scheduled events in 2022, we don’t know the extent to which our lineup will continue to be impacted by the pandemic.

Depending on the Alert Level Status on race week, additional protocols maybe required (RT-PCT tests to be submitted at your own cost).

In case of cancellation, we can offer refunds based on the refund policy we have posted above. In case that refunds are no longer allowed, we can issue free deferral to next year’s event.

Kindly understand that organizing events in the new normal have risks and situations have become fluid due to protocols and restrictions mandated by Health Authorities. We, at GoClark are trying our best to offer you a enjoyable but safe racing experience in the new normal.

STEP 3: REGISTER HERE!!!

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ our REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 2: MAKE SURE YOU READ THE POLICY BELOW.

STEP 3: REGISTER VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION PORTAL VIA TWO OPTIONS:

OPTION 1: PAY WITH CREDIT CARD
CLICK THIS LINK TO REGISTER>> SIGN-UP ONLINE VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION
Visa/Mastercard Credit Card needed for transaction.  Active Processing Fees apply.
*Debit Cards are not accepted
*Minors (under 18) cannot directly register themselves at ACTIVE. Parents/Guardians of under 18 must register for minors. Guardians of under 18.
Click this link on How to Register Someone who is Under 18.
OPTION 2:
Get a Coupon Code via Online Bank Transfer to BPI or GCASH payment.
1. Kindly send us a message at GoClark Facebook Page for payment instructions/details.
2. When inquiring please message Name, Event and Distance Category. Wait for existing Tier Price.
3. The tier pricing given is only good for the day. If you had not paid within the day, you have to ask again.
4. After verifying your payment, we will issue a 100% coupon code for you to use at Active Registration Portal.
– Getting the coupon code does not mean you are already registered.
5. Registration Fee mentioned at message is only good until day of chat. You must inquire again if you failed to pay immediately.
6. After getting the code, CLICK THIS LINK TO REGISTER>> SIGN-UP ONLINE VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION
 7. Encode the code upon reaching the payment portal, see image below.

RACE MAPS AND SCHEDULE

START LIST

AWARD CATEGORIES

SUPER ENDURO 

Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
 Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50-54
• 55-59
• 60 and above.
Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-29
• 30-39
• 40-49
• 50 and above
Team Competition (Cumulative Times for 4 Male and 1 Female) PLAQUES FOR Top 3
SUPER ENDURO RELAY: PLAQUES for TOP 3 ALL-MALE, ALL-FEMALE AND MIXED

ENDURO  

Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
Junior Elite Male and Female: 18-19
• 18-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40-49
• 50 & Above
 Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40-49
• 50 & Above

MINI-SPRINT DUATHLON

Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3 Overall
Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3 Overall

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Race Rules & Regulation

  • General Conduct
  • a.) Triathlon/Duathlon and GoClark’s other related multisports involve many competitors. Race tactics are part of the interaction between competitors.
    Competitors will:
    • (i) Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • (ii) Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • (iii) Know, understand and follow the ITU Competition Rules, available from their National Federations and on www.triathlon.org;
    • (iv) Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • (v) Treat other competitors, organisers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • (vi) Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • (vii) Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • (viii) Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • (ix)  Not dispose rubbish or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places, such as feed stations or rubbish disposal points. All items must be kept with the competitor and returned to their transition spot;
    • (x) Not attempt to gain unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • (xi) Follow the prescribed course;
    • (xiii) Not use any device that will distract the athlete from paying full attention to their surroundings: Competitors may not use communication devices of any type, including but not limited to mobile phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. A ‘distractive manner’ includes but is not limited to making and receiving phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race will result in disqualification;
  • Outside Assistance:
  • a.) The assistance provided by event personnel or Technical Officials is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition, mechanical and medical assistance, upon the approval of the Technical Delegate or Head Referee. Athletes competing in the same competition may assist each other with incidental items such as, but not restricted to, nutrition and drinks after an aid station, pumps, tubular tyres, inner tubes and puncture repair kits;
  • b.) Athletes may not provide any item of equipment to an athlete competing in the same competition which results in the donor athlete being unable to continue with their own competition. This includes but is not restricted to complete bicycle, frame, wheels and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.
  • c.) An athlete cannot physically assist the forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course. This will result in both athletes being disqualified.
  • Health:
  • a.) Triathlons and GoClark’s other related multisports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • b.) Time limits for the swim leg, bike leg and overall finish time may be established for each competition by the organizer. These limits must be published in the pre-event registration material;
  • Eligibility:
  • a.) All participants must be 15 years old and above to compete in the main events of the race (unless kids’ categories are entered in the race).
  • b.) Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2019).
  • Insurance:
  • a.) All participants in the event must be covered by their own personal accident insurance that will cover any accident before, during and after the race.
  • Registration
  • a.) The date of the payment in registration is the basis in determining if right amount was remitted based on early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • b.) All athletes must claim their own race kit at the official competition registration area during designated times.   All participants will be required to show a government-issued ID in claiming their race kits.
  • c.)  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Race Numbers:
  • a:) All athletes are required to wear their bib numbers at all times during the bike and run.  Numbers must be placed at the back for the bike and front for the vrun and must be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.  Body marking may be required at the discretion of the race director.
  • Helmets:
  • a.) Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority recognised by a National Federation affiliated with ITU;
  • b.) Helmet must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarisation and training sessions;
  • c.) An alteration to any part of the helmet, including the chin strap, or the omission of any part of the helmet, including an outer cloth cover, is
  • prohibited;
  • d.) The helmet must be securely fastened and fit properly at all times and any garment worn underneath must not affect the fit when the athlete  is in possession of the bike, which means from the time they remove their bike from the rack at the start of the bike leg, until after they have placed their bike on the rack at the finish of the bike leg;
  • Illegal Equipment:
  • Illegal equipment includes, but is not limited to:
  • a.) Headphone(s), headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears;
  • b.) Glass containers;
  • c.) Huge container boxes in transition area which may impede transition flow
  • d.) Any flotation device including wetsuit shorts.
  • Transition Area:
  • a.)  Only participants and official race personnel are allowed inside the transition area.  No official security band means no entry.
  • b.) During bike check-in, the bike must already be equipped with official bike stickers (frame and/or seatpost sticker) and must match the number from the participant’s security band.
  • c.) Athletes must place within 0.5m of the bin all equipment to be used at a later stage in the event. If a bin is not provided, the 0.5m will be measured from the point on the ground immediately below the rack number or name plate. The bin, if provided, must be within 0.5m from the rack number or name plate. All equipment already used must be deposited in the bin, exceptions are the bike shoes, which may remain fixed on the pedals. A piece of equipment is considered deposited in the bin when one part of the equipment is inside the bin. Only equipment to be used during the competition can be left in transition. All other belongings and equipment are to be removed before competition start;
  • d.) Bike shoes, glasses, helmet, and other bike equipment can be placed on the bike in Transition 1;
  • e.) Athletes must not impede the progress of other athletes in the transition area;
  • f.) Athletes must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area;
  • g.) Cycling is not permitted inside the transition area, except during the cycling segment. Mount and dismount lines are part of the transition area;
  • h.) Athletes must mount their bicycles after the mount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground after the mount line.
  • i.) Athletes must dismount their bicycles before the dismount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground before the dismount line.
  • j.) While in the transition area (before the mount line and after the dismount line) the bike can be pushed only by the athlete’s hands.
  • k.) If during the mount or dismount manoeuvre, the athlete loses their shoe(s) or other equipment, they will be collected by the Technical Officials and no penalty will be applied.
  • l.) Nudity or indecent exposure is forbidden;
  • m.) Athetes can not stop in the flow zones of the transition area;
  • n.) Marking positions in the transition area is forbidden. Marks, towels and objects used for marking purposes will be removed and the athletes will not be notified;
  • o.) The helmet strap must remain unfastened in the transition area while the athlete is completing the first segment.

Force Majeure:

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

HOTEL PARTNERS

HOW TO GET THERE

NEW CLARK CITY TRIATHLON

October 15, 2023
New Clark City, Capas, Tarlac

DAYS
HOURS
MINUTES
SECONDS

RACE INFORMATION

October 14-15, 2023
New Clark City, Capas, Tarlac

DISTANCE CATEGORYOctober 15, 2023 Main Event
TRI 7590900m swim- 60k bike – 15k run
TRI 3550500m swim- 30k bike – 5k run
TRI 7590 RELAY900m swim- 60k bike – 15k run
AQUA-VELO900m swim-60k bike
ALLOWED BIKES
Long/RelayRoad Bike, Triathlon/Time Trial Bike, Gravel with Slick Tires
ShortRoad Bike, Triathlon/Time Trial Bike, Gravel/MTB
Fixed Gear Bikes are not allowed

Registration Fees

* Tier-based Pricing on registration fees are based on slot inventory rather than time-based deadline. Once slots fill up in lowest Tier, price will increase automatically.

TIER 1- Starts APRIL 17, 2023
TRI 7590$100 USD (P5,500.00) SOLD OUT
TRI 3550    $95 USD (P5,300.00) SOLD OUT
TRI 7590 RELAY  $160 USD (P8,900.00)
AQUA-VELO$80 USD (P4,400.00)
TIER 2- Starts when TIER 1 sells out *
TRI 7590$112 USD (P6,200.00)
SOLD OUT
TRI 3550    $109 USD (P6,000.00)
TRI 7590 RELAY  $190 USD (P10,500.00)
AQUA-VELO$90 USD (P4950.00)
TIER 3- Starts when TIER 2 sells out *
TRI 7590$127 USD (P7,000.00)
TRI 3550    $118 USD (P6,500.00)
TRI 7590 RELAY  $208 USD (P11,500.00)
AQUA-VELO$100 USD (P5,500.00)
TIER 4- Starts when TIER 3 sells out *
TRI 7590$135 USD (P7,500.00)
TRI 3550    $127 USD (P7,000.00)
TRI 7590 RELAY  $226USD (P12,500.00)
REGISTRATION INCLUSIONS
Race Fee
Race Kit (Bib, Bike and Helmet Stickers, Security Band, Timing Chip Rental)
Swim Cap
Limited Edition Transition Tote Bag
Event Shirt
Finisher Medal
Finisher Shirt (for 7590 and 3550 Triathlon Finishers Only)
Post-Race Meal
Accommodations
For NCC Athletes Village Room Reservations, please email avatncc@gmail.com
Race kit claiming will be on the following dates and location:
October 12, 2023 Thursday, 2:00-7:00pm Cycles and Brew
October 14, 2023 Saturday, 11:00 am-7:00pm NCC Aquatics Center
AGE GROUPS
To Compute for your AGE GROUP, deduct your Birth Year from 2023.   

REGISTRATION POLICY

Registration & Refund Policy

Slots are non-transferable to other races.

FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO AVAIL OF REFUNDS:
• Before July 10, 2023, 70% of Fee
• On or before Sept. 11, 2023 50% of Fee
• No more refunds will be accepted after September 11, 2023.
• Active Processing Fees are not refundable.
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
• FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER SLOT TO ANOTHER PERSON
• We can only accept transfers to another person not later than Sept. 11, 2023.
• Transfer Fee of P1000
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com
• Included in our rules and regulation:  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
• Send a request letter to secretariat@goclark.ph
FOR THOSE WANTING TO TRANSFER TO ANOTHER CATEGORY
• We can only accept transfers to another category not later than Sept. 11, 2023.
• Transfer Fee of P500
• No refunds on downgrades
• Send a request letter to GoClarkPH@gmail.com

FAQ’s

  1. I was injured before the event, can I get a refund?
    As long your request was done before the refund timeline posted above, you can avail of the refund. Request beyond the Sept. 11, 2023 deadline, you kit is already named for you and we can release it after the race.
  2. I got covid-19 near the event and cannot participate, can I get a refund? This also falls under the refund policy.
    This also falls under the refund policy. Request beyond the Sept. 11, 2023 deadline means refunds aren’t available anymore. Your kit will be released after the race.
  3. I am injured/unfit/got covid19, can I transfer my kit to someone else?
     If your request is on or before Sept. 11, 2023, we can process the transfer without any questions. Just pay the transfer fee of P700. If the request is beyond Sept. 11, 2023, the kit will be yours and if you cannot race, we will keep it until you cab calim it after the race.
  4. I did not get the training I wanted for the longer distance, can I switch to the shorter category?
    You can freely request category transfer until Sept. 11, 2023. Just pay the processing fee to initiate transfer. Requests beyond Sept. 11, 2023 will not be honored.
  5. We hope you understand that at a timeline near the race, the funds that you paid for your registration has already been used for race supplies, permits and any other expenses that the organizer will use in producing the event.

Force Majeure. In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed, and will not be applied to future races. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

Pandemic-related Policy: While GoClark Sports and Events is committed to planning and organizing all our scheduled events in 2023, we don’t know the extent to which our lineup will continue to be impacted by the pandemic.

Depending on the Alert Level Status on race week, additional protocols maybe required (RT-PCT tests to be submitted at your own cost).

In case of cancellation, we can offer refunds based on the refund policy we have posted above. In case that refunds are no longer allowed, we can issue free deferral to next year’s event.

Kindly understand that organizing events in the new normal have risks and situations have become fluid due to protocols and restrictions mandated by Health Authorities. We, at GoClark are trying our best to offer you a enjoyable but safe racing experience in the new normal.

REGISTER HERE. READ POLICY FIRST BEFORE SIGNING UP.

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ our REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 2: MAKE SURE YOU READ THE POLICY BELOW.

STEP 3: REGISTER VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION PORTAL VIA TWO OPTIONS:

OPTION 1: PAY WITH CREDIT CARD
Visa/Mastercard Credit Card needed for transaction.  Active Processing Fees apply.
*Debit Cards are not accepted
*Minors (under 18) cannot directly register themselves at ACTIVE. Parents/Guardians of under 18 must register for minors.
Click this link on How to Register Someone who is Under 18.
OPTION 2:
Get a Coupon Code via Online Bank Transfer to BPI or GCASH payment.
1. Kindly send us a message at GoClark Facebook Page for payment instructions/details.
2. Send message as follows:
• NAME
• EVENT
• DISTANCE CATEGORY
3. The tier pricing given is only good for the day. If you had not paid within the day, you have to ask again.
4. After verifying your payment, we will issue a 100% coupon code for you to use at Active Registration Portal.
– Getting the code does not mean you are registered.
5. Register by clicking the button: Sign-up via ACTIVE
6.  Encode the code upon reaching the payment portal, see image below.

RACE MAPS AND GPX FILES

7590 SWIM COURSE

7590 BIKE COURSE: DOWNLOAD GPX FILES HERE

7590 RUN COURSE

3550 SWIM COURSE

3550 BIKE COURSE: DOWNLOAD GPX FILES HERE

3550 RUN COURSE

START LIST

AWARD CATEGORIES

TRI 7590

Male Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50-54
• 55-59
• 60 and above.
Female Age Categories: Plaques for Top 3
• 18-24
• 25-29
• 30-34
• 35-39
• 40-44
• 45-49
• 50 and above

Team Competition (Cumulative Times for fastest 4 MEMBERS, regardless of gender composition, 5 max members) Top 3

TRI 3550

Male Age Categories: Medals for Top 3
• 15-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40-49
• 50 & Above
 Female Age Categories: Medals for Top 3
• 15-19
• 20-29
• 30-39
• 40 & Above

TRI 7590 RELAY (Plaque)

Plaques for TOP 3 TEAMS: CUMULATIVE TIME of 4 members of 5
All-Male Top 3
All-Female Top 3
Mixed Top 3

* Categories subject to change on startlist

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Race Rules & Regulation

  • General Conduct
  • a.) Triathlon/Duathlon and GoClark’s other related multisports involve many competitors. Race tactics are part of the interaction between competitors.
    Competitors will:
    • (i) Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • (ii) Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • (iii) Know, understand and follow the ITU Competition Rules, available from their National Federations and on www.triathlon.org;
    • (iv) Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • (v) Treat other competitors, organisers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • (vi) Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • (vii) Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • (viii) Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • (ix)  Not dispose rubbish or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places, such as feed stations or rubbish disposal points. All items must be kept with the competitor and returned to their transition spot;
    • (x) Not attempt to gain unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • (xi) Follow the prescribed course;
    • (xiii) Not use any device that will distract the athlete from paying full attention to their surroundings: Competitors may not use communication devices of any type, including but not limited to mobile phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. A ‘distractive manner’ includes but is not limited to making and receiving phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race will result in disqualification;
  • Outside Assistance:
  • a.) The assistance provided by event personnel or Technical Officials is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition, mechanical and medical assistance, upon the approval of the Technical Delegate or Head Referee. Athletes competing in the same competition may assist each other with incidental items such as, but not restricted to, nutrition and drinks after an aid station, pumps, tubular tyres, inner tubes and puncture repair kits;
  • b.) Athletes may not provide any item of equipment to an athlete competing in the same competition which results in the donor athlete being unable to continue with their own competition. This includes but is not restricted to complete bicycle, frame, wheels and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.
  • c.) An athlete cannot physically assist the forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course. This will result in both athletes being disqualified.
  • Health:
  • a.) Triathlons and GoClark’s other related multisports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • b.) Time limits for the swim leg, bike leg and overall finish time may be established for each competition by the organizer. These limits must be published in the pre-event registration material;
  • Eligibility:
  • a.) All participants must be 15 years old and above to compete in the main events of the race (unless kids’ categories are entered in the race).
  • b.) Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2019).
  • Insurance:
  • a.) All participants in the event must be covered by their own personal accident insurance that will cover any accident before, during and after the race.
  • Registration
  • a.) The date of the payment in registration is the basis in determining if right amount was remitted based on early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • b.) All athletes must claim their own race kit at the official competition registration area during designated times.   All participants will be required to show a government-issued ID in claiming their race kits.
  • c.)  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Race Numbers:
  • a:) All athletes are required to wear their bib numbers at all times during the bike and run.  Numbers must be placed at the back for the bike and front for the vrun and must be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.  Body marking may be required at the discretion of the race director.
  • Helmets:
  • a.) Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority recognised by a National Federation affiliated with ITU;
  • b.) Helmet must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarisation and training sessions;
  • c.) An alteration to any part of the helmet, including the chin strap, or the omission of any part of the helmet, including an outer cloth cover, is
  • prohibited;
  • d.) The helmet must be securely fastened and fit properly at all times and any garment worn underneath must not affect the fit when the athlete  is in possession of the bike, which means from the time they remove their bike from the rack at the start of the bike leg, until after they have placed their bike on the rack at the finish of the bike leg;
  • Illegal Equipment:
  • Illegal equipment includes, but is not limited to:
  • a.) Headphone(s), headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears;
  • b.) Glass containers;
  • c.) Huge container boxes in transition area which may impede transition flow
  • d.) Any flotation device including wetsuit shorts.
  • Transition Area:
  • a.)  Only participants and official race personnel are allowed inside the transition area.  No official security band means no entry.
  • b.) During bike check-in, the bike must already be equipped with official bike stickers (frame and/or seatpost sticker) and must match the number from the participant’s security band.
  • c.) Athletes must place within 0.5m of the bin all equipment to be used at a later stage in the event. If a bin is not provided, the 0.5m will be measured from the point on the ground immediately below the rack number or name plate. The bin, if provided, must be within 0.5m from the rack number or name plate. All equipment already used must be deposited in the bin, exceptions are the bike shoes, which may remain fixed on the pedals. A piece of equipment is considered deposited in the bin when one part of the equipment is inside the bin. Only equipment to be used during the competition can be left in transition. All other belongings and equipment are to be removed before competition start;
  • d.) Bike shoes, glasses, helmet, and other bike equipment can be placed on the bike in Transition 1;
  • e.) Athletes must not impede the progress of other athletes in the transition area;
  • f.) Athletes must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area;
  • g.) Cycling is not permitted inside the transition area, except during the cycling segment. Mount and dismount lines are part of the transition area;
  • h.) Athletes must mount their bicycles after the mount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground after the mount line.
  • i.) Athletes must dismount their bicycles before the dismount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground before the dismount line.
  • j.) While in the transition area (before the mount line and after the dismount line) the bike can be pushed only by the athlete’s hands.
  • k.) If during the mount or dismount manoeuvre, the athlete loses their shoe(s) or other equipment, they will be collected by the Technical Officials and no penalty will be applied.
  • l.) Nudity or indecent exposure is forbidden;
  • m.) Athetes can not stop in the flow zones of the transition area;
  • n.) Marking positions in the transition area is forbidden. Marks, towels and objects used for marking purposes will be removed and the athletes will not be notified;
  • o.) The helmet strap must remain unfastened in the transition area while the athlete is completing the first segment.

Force Majeure:

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

HOTEL PARTNERS

Athlete’s Village

Rooms at the Athlete’s Village near the NCC Stadium can be booked via email contact: avatncc@gmail.com

The Athlete’s Village is being handled by our venue partner BCDA.

Hotel Partners in Clark Main Zone

QUEST PLUS HOTEL

To book, mention “GOCLARK” as booking code to get preferred rates.

Quest Plus HotelContact Booking/Reservations Team

Mobile number: (0998) 587 8158

Email address: clarkrsvno1@questhotelsandresorts.com | clarkrsvno2@questhotelsandresorts.com

FONTANA LEISURE PARKS

Fontana Hotel and Villa Rates are discounted at 50%, just mention the booking code GOCLARK. To book your reservation, kindly call Ms. Michelle Coronel – 09175652402

HOW TO GET THERE

This is how you get to New Clark City 🚗🛻🚚🚕🚙

Again, do not use waze. Drive your way to the Cloverleaf interchange leading to NCC in McArthur Highway.

New Clark City-SCTEX interchange is not passable.

Going to New Clark City

Parking Guide

TITAN 77.7 Philippines

September 15, 2024 Sunday, 5:00 am
Clark Freeport, Pampanga

The Toughest Duathlon Race in Asia!!!

DAYS
HOURS
MINUTES
SECONDS

STEP 1: RACE INFORMATION

NO RACE CUT-OFF FOR TITAN JR. SPRINT

Registration Fees

STEP 2: READ THE REGISTRATION POLICY

WARNING!!! An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.

FAQ’s

STEP 3: REGISTER HERE

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ our REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 2: MAKE SURE YOU READ THE POLICY BELOW.

STEP 3: REGISTER VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION PORTAL VIA TWO OPTIONS:

OPTION 1:
Visa/Mastercard Credit Card needed for transaction.  Active Processing Fees apply.
*Debit Cards are not accepted
OPTION 2:
Get a Coupon Code via Online Bank Transfer to BPI or GCASH payment.
1. Kindly send us a message at GoClark Facebook Page for payment instructions/details.
2. Send message as follows:
• NAME
• EVENT
• DISTANCE CATEGORY
3. The tier pricing given is only good for the day. If you had not paid within the day, you have to ask again.
4. After verifying your payment, we will issue a 100% coupon code for you to use at Active Registration Portal.
– Getting the coupon code does not mean you are already registered
5. Register by clicking the button:
6. Encode the code upon reaching the payment portal, see image below.

RACE COURSE MAPS AND GPX FILES

Titan 77.7 Philippines Race Maps

Titan 77.7 Category Run 1

Titan 77.7 Category Bike Course

Titan 77.7 Category Run 2

Titan Jr. Sprint Race Maps

Titan Jr. Sprint Run 1 and 2

Titan Jr. Sprint Bike Course

ATHLETE INFORMATION GUIDE

Athlete Information Guide

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

Schedule of Activities

ATHLETE START LIST

ATHLETE LIST AS OF AUGUST 25, 2023

AWARD CATEGORIES

Titan 77.7 Philippines

Elite Male: Plaques for Top 3 plus cash
Elite Female: Plaques for Top 3 plus cash

Titan Jr. Sprint

Titan 77.7 2-Person Relay

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Race Rules & Regulation

  • General Conduct
  • a.) Triathlon/Duathlon and GoClark’s other related multisports involve many competitors. Race tactics are part of the interaction between competitors.
    Competitors will:
    • (i) Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • (ii) Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • (iii) Know, understand and follow the ITU Competition Rules, available from their National Federations and on www.triathlon.org;
    • (iv) Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • (v) Treat other competitors, organisers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • (vi) Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • (vii) Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • (viii) Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • (ix)  Not dispose rubbish or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places, such as feed stations or rubbish disposal points. All items must be kept with the competitor and returned to their transition spot;
    • (x) Not attempt to gain unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • (xi) Follow the prescribed course;
    • (xiii) Not use any device that will distract the athlete from paying full attention to their surroundings: Competitors may not use communication devices of any type, including but not limited to mobile phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. A ‘distractive manner’ includes but is not limited to making and receiving phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race will result in disqualification;
  • Outside Assistance:
  • a.) The assistance provided by event personnel or Technical Officials is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition, mechanical and medical assistance, upon the approval of the Technical Delegate or Head Referee. Athletes competing in the same competition may assist each other with incidental items such as, but not restricted to, nutrition and drinks after an aid station, pumps, tubular tyres, inner tubes and puncture repair kits;
  • b.) Athletes may not provide any item of equipment to an athlete competing in the same competition which results in the donor athlete being unable to continue with their own competition. This includes but is not restricted to complete bicycle, frame, wheels and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.
  • c.) An athlete cannot physically assist the forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course. This will result in both athletes being disqualified.
  • Health:
  • a.) Triathlons and GoClark’s other related multisports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • b.) Time limits for the swim leg, bike leg and overall finish time may be established for each competition by the organizer. These limits must be published in the pre-event registration material;
  • Eligibility:
  • a.) All participants must be 15 years old and above to compete in the main events of the race (unless kids’ categories are entered in the race).
  • b.) Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2019).
  • Insurance:
  • a.) All participants in the event must be covered by their own personal accident insurance that will cover any accident before, during and after the race.
  • Registration
  • a.) The date of the payment in registration is the basis in determining if right amount was remitted based on early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • b.) All athletes must claim their own race kit at the official competition registration area during designated times.   All participants will be required to show a government-issued ID in claiming their race kits.
  • c.)  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Race Numbers:
  • a:) All athletes are required to wear their bib numbers at all times during the bike and run.  Numbers must be placed at the back for the bike and front for the vrun and must be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.  Body marking may be required at the discretion of the race director.
  • Helmets:
  • a.) Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority recognised by a National Federation affiliated with ITU;
  • b.) Helmet must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarisation and training sessions;
  • c.) An alteration to any part of the helmet, including the chin strap, or the omission of any part of the helmet, including an outer cloth cover, is
  • prohibited;
  • d.) The helmet must be securely fastened and fit properly at all times and any garment worn underneath must not affect the fit when the athlete  is in possession of the bike, which means from the time they remove their bike from the rack at the start of the bike leg, until after they have placed their bike on the rack at the finish of the bike leg;
  • Illegal Equipment:
  • Illegal equipment includes, but is not limited to:
  • a.) Headphone(s), headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears;
  • b.) Glass containers;
  • c.) Huge container boxes in transition area which may impede transition flow
  • d.) Any flotation device including wetsuit shorts.
  • Transition Area:
  • a.)  Only participants and official race personnel are allowed inside the transition area.  No official security band means no entry.
  • b.) During bike check-in, the bike must already be equipped with official bike stickers (frame and/or seatpost sticker) and must match the number from the participant’s security band.
  • c.) Athletes must place within 0.5m of the bin all equipment to be used at a later stage in the event. If a bin is not provided, the 0.5m will be measured from the point on the ground immediately below the rack number or name plate. The bin, if provided, must be within 0.5m from the rack number or name plate. All equipment already used must be deposited in the bin, exceptions are the bike shoes, which may remain fixed on the pedals. A piece of equipment is considered deposited in the bin when one part of the equipment is inside the bin. Only equipment to be used during the competition can be left in transition. All other belongings and equipment are to be removed before competition start;
  • d.) Bike shoes, glasses, helmet, and other bike equipment can be placed on the bike in Transition 1;
  • e.) Athletes must not impede the progress of other athletes in the transition area;
  • f.) Athletes must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area;
  • g.) Cycling is not permitted inside the transition area, except during the cycling segment. Mount and dismount lines are part of the transition area;
  • h.) Athletes must mount their bicycles after the mount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground after the mount line.
  • i.) Athletes must dismount their bicycles before the dismount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground before the dismount line.
  • j.) While in the transition area (before the mount line and after the dismount line) the bike can be pushed only by the athlete’s hands.
  • k.) If during the mount or dismount manoeuvre, the athlete loses their shoe(s) or other equipment, they will be collected by the Technical Officials and no penalty will be applied.
  • l.) Nudity or indecent exposure is forbidden;
  • m.) Athetes can not stop in the flow zones of the transition area;
  • n.) Marking positions in the transition area is forbidden. Marks, towels and objects used for marking purposes will be removed and the athletes will not be notified;
  • o.) The helmet strap must remain unfastened in the transition area while the athlete is completing the first segment.

Force Majeure:

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

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TRAVEL: HOW TO GO TO CLARK

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE REGARDING TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATIONS, EMAIL SECRETARIAT@GOCLARKPH.COM OR MESSAGE VIA WHATSAPP +639209281433

The official host venue is Filinvest-Mimosa+.

To travel by car, navigate via google maps or waze and ask for “Filinvest-Mimosa+”.

The nearest hotel partner is Quest Plus Conference and Hotel, which is only steps away from the event venue.

For international travel, Clark International Airport is inside the Clark Freeport Zone, and is just 10 minutes away from hotel partners and Filinvest-Mimosa+.

Most international flights available via NAIA in Manila. For land travel, get through to NAIA Terminal 3 where GENESIS BUS operates a point-to-point route straight to CLARK (2 hr trip).

Flights available via CRK Airport:

  • Singapore via Jetstar and Scoot
  • Taipei via EVA Air
  • Tokyo (Narita) via Cebu Pacific
  • Bangkok via Cebu Pacific
  • Macau and Hong Kong via Cebu Pacific
  • Dubai via Emirates
  • Doha via Qatar Airways

Domestic Flights via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines

  • Caticlan
  • Davao
  • Cebu
  • Iloilo
  • Bacolod
  • General Santos
  • Cagayan De Oro
  • Puerto Princesa

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CLARK TRIATHLON CLASSIC

June 23, 2024 Sunday, 5am
Fontana Leisure Park, Clark Freeport, Pampanga

DAYS
HOURS
MINUTES
SECONDS

STEP 1: READ RACE INFORMATION

STEP 2: BEFORE SIGNING UP, MAKE SURE TO READ REGISTRATION POLICY

Registration Reminders

WARNING!!! An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.

FAQ’s

STEP 3: REGISTER HERE

HOW TO REGISTER

STEP 1: BEFORE SIGNING UP, PLEASE READ our REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 2: MAKE SURE YOU READ OUR REFUND AND REGISTRATION POLICY.

STEP 3: REGISTER VIA ACTIVE REGISTRATION PORTAL VIA TWO OPTIONS:

OPTION 1:
Link to ACTIVE REGISTRATION
Visa/Mastercard Credit Card needed for transaction.  Active Processing Fees apply.
*Debit Cards are not accepted
*Minors (under 18) cannot directly register themselves at ACTIVE. Parents/Guardians of under 18 must register for minors.
Click this link on How to Register Someone who is Under 18.
OPTION 2:
1. Get a Coupon Code via Online Bank Transfer to BPI or GCASH payment.
2. Kindly send us a message at GoClark Facebook Page for payment instructions/details.
3. When inquiring please message name, event and category. Wait for current Tier Price.
4. After verifying your payment, we will issue a 100% coupon code for you to use at Active Registration Portal.
5. Getting the coupon code does not mean you are already registered. Use the coupon code as your payment as shown below.
Registration Fee mentioned at message is only good until day of chat. You must inquire again if you failed to pay immediately.
After getting code, register by clicking the button below:
LINK TO ACTIVE REGISTRATION

RACE MAPS AND SCHEDULE

SWIM COURSE

BIKE COURSE

CLASSIC FULL BIKE COURSE

SPRINT BIKE COURSE

RUN COURSE

CLASSIC FULL RUN COURSE

SPRINT RUN COURSE

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

START LIST

To be posted…

AWARD CATEGORIES

CLASSIC SPRINT

CLASSIC RELAY TEAM COMPETITION

CLASSIC FULL TEAM COMPETITION

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Race Rules & Regulation

  • General Conduct
  • a.) Triathlon/Duathlon and GoClark’s other related multisports involve many competitors. Race tactics are part of the interaction between competitors.
    Competitors will:
    • (i) Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • (ii) Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • (iii) Know, understand and follow the ITU Competition Rules, available from their National Federations and on www.triathlon.org;
    • (iv) Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • (v) Treat other competitors, organisers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • (vi) Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • (vii) Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • (viii) Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • (ix)  Not dispose rubbish or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places, such as feed stations or rubbish disposal points. All items must be kept with the competitor and returned to their transition spot;
    • (x) Not attempt to gain unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • (xi) Follow the prescribed course;
    • (xiii) Not use any device that will distract the athlete from paying full attention to their surroundings: Competitors may not use communication devices of any type, including but not limited to mobile phones, smart watches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. A ‘distractive manner’ includes but is not limited to making and receiving phone calls, sending and receiving text messages, playing music, using social media, and taking photographs. Using a communication device in a distractive manner during the race will result in disqualification;
  • Outside Assistance:
  • a.) The assistance provided by event personnel or Technical Officials is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition, mechanical and medical assistance, upon the approval of the Technical Delegate or Head Referee. Athletes competing in the same competition may assist each other with incidental items such as, but not restricted to, nutrition and drinks after an aid station, pumps, tubular tyres, inner tubes and puncture repair kits;
  • b.) Athletes may not provide any item of equipment to an athlete competing in the same competition which results in the donor athlete being unable to continue with their own competition. This includes but is not restricted to complete bicycle, frame, wheels and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.
  • c.) An athlete cannot physically assist the forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course. This will result in both athletes being disqualified.
  • Health:
  • a.) Triathlons and GoClark’s other related multisports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • b.) Time limits for the swim leg, bike leg and overall finish time may be established for each competition by the organizer. These limits must be published in the pre-event registration material;
  • Eligibility:
  • a.) All participants must be 15 years old and above to compete in the main events of the race (unless kids’ categories are entered in the race).
  • b.) Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2019).
  • Insurance:
  • a.) All participants in the event must be covered by their own personal accident insurance that will cover any accident before, during and after the race.
  • Registration
  • a.) The date of the payment in registration is the basis in determining if right amount was remitted based on early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • b.) All athletes must claim their own race kit at the official competition registration area during designated times.   All participants will be required to show a government-issued ID in claiming their race kits.
  • c.)  An athlete caught using another registered person’s race kit in the competition, or allowing a non-registered person to use his/her kit will be banned from racing GoClark events for a minimum of 2 years.
  • Race Numbers:
  • a:) All athletes are required to wear their bib numbers at all times during the bike and run.  Numbers must be placed at the back for the bike and front for the vrun and must be clearly visible at all times. Numbers may not be cut or folded or altered in any way. DO NOT transfer your number to any other athlete or take a number from an athlete that is not competing.  Body marking may be required at the discretion of the race director.
  • Helmets:
  • a.) Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority recognised by a National Federation affiliated with ITU;
  • b.) Helmet must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarisation and training sessions;
  • c.) An alteration to any part of the helmet, including the chin strap, or the omission of any part of the helmet, including an outer cloth cover, is
  • prohibited;
  • d.) The helmet must be securely fastened and fit properly at all times and any garment worn underneath must not affect the fit when the athlete  is in possession of the bike, which means from the time they remove their bike from the rack at the start of the bike leg, until after they have placed their bike on the rack at the finish of the bike leg;
  • Illegal Equipment:
  • Illegal equipment includes, but is not limited to:
  • a.) Headphone(s), headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears;
  • b.) Glass containers;
  • c.) Huge container boxes in transition area which may impede transition flow
  • d.) Any flotation device including wetsuit shorts.
  • Transition Area:
  • a.)  Only participants and official race personnel are allowed inside the transition area.  No official security band means no entry.
  • b.) During bike check-in, the bike must already be equipped with official bike stickers (frame and/or seatpost sticker) and must match the number from the participant’s security band.
  • c.) Athletes must place within 0.5m of the bin all equipment to be used at a later stage in the event. If a bin is not provided, the 0.5m will be measured from the point on the ground immediately below the rack number or name plate. The bin, if provided, must be within 0.5m from the rack number or name plate. All equipment already used must be deposited in the bin, exceptions are the bike shoes, which may remain fixed on the pedals. A piece of equipment is considered deposited in the bin when one part of the equipment is inside the bin. Only equipment to be used during the competition can be left in transition. All other belongings and equipment are to be removed before competition start;
  • d.) Bike shoes, glasses, helmet, and other bike equipment can be placed on the bike in Transition 1;
  • e.) Athletes must not impede the progress of other athletes in the transition area;
  • f.) Athletes must not interfere with another athlete’s equipment in the transition area;
  • g.) Cycling is not permitted inside the transition area, except during the cycling segment. Mount and dismount lines are part of the transition area;
  • h.) Athletes must mount their bicycles after the mount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground after the mount line.
  • i.) Athletes must dismount their bicycles before the dismount line by having one complete foot contact with the ground before the dismount line.
  • j.) While in the transition area (before the mount line and after the dismount line) the bike can be pushed only by the athlete’s hands.
  • k.) If during the mount or dismount manoeuvre, the athlete loses their shoe(s) or other equipment, they will be collected by the Technical Officials and no penalty will be applied.
  • l.) Nudity or indecent exposure is forbidden;
  • m.) Athetes can not stop in the flow zones of the transition area;
  • n.) Marking positions in the transition area is forbidden. Marks, towels and objects used for marking purposes will be removed and the athletes will not be notified;
  • o.) The helmet strap must remain unfastened in the transition area while the athlete is completing the first segment.

Force Majeure:

In the event of cancellation or of definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organizers, and in particular, a cancellation due to any case of force majeure, due to any decisions by public authorities ( in particular for reasons of public health, of safety or of preserving public order ) due to any risks of bad weather or bad weather conditions at the time of the event, the Organizer will incur no liability whatsoever in regard to the competitors and registration fees will not be reimbursed. The competitors hereby renounce any reclamation right of request for repayment whatsoever, either in the case of a cancellation or of a definitive interruption of the event.

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