GOCLARK RACE SERIES

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RACE SERIES INFORMATION

IN 2024 WE GIVE RECOGNITION TO THE BEST AGE GROUP ATHLETES AND THE BEST TEAMS IN TRIATHLON AND DUATHLON.

THERE WILL BE TWO RACE SERIES AND WILL BE INDEPENDENT OF EACH OTHER:

THE POINTS TABLE WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:

TRIATHLON RACE SERIES:

  • TRIFACTOR TRIATHLON PHILIPPINES: OLYMPIC DISTANCE CATEGORY (1.5K SWIM-40K BIKE-10K RUN)
  • CLARK TRIATHLON CLASSIC: CLASSIC FULL DISTANCE CATEGORY (700M SWIM-40K BIKE-7K RUN)
  • NCC2CRK TRIATHLON: 6290 CATEGORY (900M SWIM-50K BIKE-12K RUN)

DUATHLON RACE SERIES:

  • CLARK DUATHLON CLASSIC: STANDARD DISTANCE CATEGORY (10K RUN-40K BIKE-5K RUN)
  • NEW CLARK CITY DUATHLON: NCC LONG (12K RUN-50K BIKE-6K RUN)
  • TITAN 77.7 PHILIPPINES: TITAN 77.7 CATEGORY (4K RUN-100K BIKE-21K RUN)

-AGE GROUP ELITE AND AGE GROUP ATHLETES OF THE YEAR WILL RECEIVE FRAMED POSTER SIZE PHOTO-PRINTED PLAQUES.

-THE TRIATHLON AND DUATHLON TEAMS OF THE YEAR WILL GET A TROPHY AND WILL ALSO GET HOLD OF THE ROLLING TROPHY FOR A YEAR.

-THE AWARDING OF THE WINNERS WILL BE ON GOCLARK’S YEAR-END RACE: THE FIRST STRIDE CHALLENGE ON DECEMBER 1 AT FONTANA LEISURE PARK, CLARK.

-SPONSOR PRIZES AND FREEBIES WILL ALSO BE AWARDED.

AWARD CATEGORIES

TRIATHLON RACE AWARD CATEGORIES

BEST TEAMS (TOP 3)
MALE AGE GROUP (1 WINNER EACH)
• AGE GROUP ELITE OPEN (18-44 YO)
• AGE GROUP ELITE MASTERS (45+)
• 18-24 AG
• 25-29 AG
• 30-34 AG
• 35-39 AG
• 40-44 AG
• 45-49 AG
• 50-54 AG
• 55-59 AG
• 60+ AG
FEMALE AGE GROUP (1 WINNER EACH)
• AGE GROUP ELITE OPEN
• 18-24 AG
• 25-29 AG
• 30-34 AG
• 35-39 AG
• 40-44 AG
• 45 +

DUATHLON RACE AWARD CATEGORIES

BEST TEAMS (TOP 3)
MALE AGE GROUP (1 WINNER EACH)
• AGE GROUP ELITE OPEN (18-44 YO)
• AGE GROUP ELITE MASTERS (45+)
• 18-24 AG
• 25-29 AG
• 30-34 AG
• 35-39 AG
• 40-44 AG
• 45-49 AG
• 50-54 AG
• 55-59 AG
• 60+ AG
FEMALE AGE GROUP (1 WINNER EACH)
• AGE GROUP ELITE OPEN
• 18-29 AG
• 30-39 AG
• 40-49 AG
• 50+ AG

TRIATHLON SERIES POINTS UPDATE

DUATHLON SERIES POINTS UPDATE

RULES AND REGULATIONS

General Conduct:

  • OVRLND GRVL CRK will have a dynamic racing environment involving many factors. Engagement, coordination, and collaboration among riders will be part of the experience.
    Riders will:
    • Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
    • Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others;
    • Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Technical Officials and marshals;
    • Treat other competitors, organizers, officials, volunteers, and spectators with respect and courtesy;
    • Avoid the use of abusive language;
    • Inform a Technical Official and Event Organiser after withdrawing from the race.
    • Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and officials;
    • Not dispose of 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;
    • Not attempt to gain an unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
    • Follow the prescribed course;
    • 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 smartwatches, and two-way radios, in any distractive manner during the race. 

Outside Assistance:

  • 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 tires, inner tubes, and puncture repair kits;
  • Participants 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 the complete bicycle, frame, wheels, and helmet. The penalty for this will be disqualification of both athletes.

Health:

  • Gravel races and other related endurance sports are strenuous. To be able to compete, athletes should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By joining and starting in a competition, the athletes declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition;
  • Time limits, cut off for the short and long courses are as follows:
    • Cut off for the OG STARTER (65km): 6hrs from the gun start (tentatively)
    • Cut off for the OG ALL-STAR (110km): 8hrs from the gun start (tentatively)
  • No participants below 18 years old shall compete in any variant of the race.
  • Age is determined by deducting the participant’s birth year from the year (2024).

Insurance:

  • 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:

  • The date of the payment in registration is the basis for determining if the right amount was remitted based on the early-regular-late schedule of registration fees.
  • All participants 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.
  • A participant 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 and Gravelton events for a minimum of 2 years.

Race Numbers:

  • All participants are required to make their race numbers visible at all times. Race plate at the front of the bike and race number stickers on the front of the helmet. 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.  

Helmets:

  • No helmet no ride.
  • Helmets must be used in all official activities when the athlete rides the bike: competition, familiarization, and training sessions;
  • 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;
  • 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

Recommended Equipment:

  • Gravel bikes are highly recommended.
  • ALL the following bikes will be ALLOWED:
    • Gravel bike
    • CycloCross bike
    • Mountain bike
    • E Bike
  • Wheels Sizes : 26″ / 27.5″ / 29″ / 650b / 700c
  • Tire sizes: 35c for gravel and 2.1 for mtb

Illegal Equipment:

  • Illegal equipment includes but is not limited to:
    • Headphone(s):  headset(s), technical earplug(s) or smart helmets which are inserted or covering the ears
    • Glass containers

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.

PAST WINNERS