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AICHI Pref. JAPAN | October 18, 2020 Sunday 
 Swim 1.9km / Bike 90.1km / Run 21.1km

IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair
Chita Peninsula Japan

RACE INFORMATION

This year's race, following the COVID-19 pandemic, will be changed and simplified from the previous year.
All athletes registered for the race will be notified by email about the refund of the entry fee if they are unable to attend.
Please check this out for details.

RACE NAME
IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan
RACE DAY
Sunday October 18, 2020
RACE VENUE
Chita City, Aichi Pref. JAPAN
RACE OFFICE
IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan Committee
(Aichi Prefecture, ATHLONIA Corp.)
OFFICIAL RECOGNITION
WTC,JTU
CAPACITY
1,350
DISTANCE
SWIM 1.9km・BIKE 90.1km・RUN 21.1km・Total 113.1km (70.3 miles)
ENTRY FEE
Early bird registration 50,500JPY (included tax)
Regular registration 53,500JPY (included tax)
Late registration 57,000JPY (included tax)
Late registration
(Reopening)
57,000JPY (included tax)
  • INCLUDES : Insurance, Award Party ticket
  • Overseas athletes are required to pay + JPY 1,000 for JTU 1 day license. (Except relay)
  • Active fees (8%) will apply.
Entry fees may vary depending on category, For more information, please see the list as bellows.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
  • Athletes must be 18 years of age or older on December 31, 2020.
  • Athletes must have completed a health check within the last year with no adverse results.
  • Athletes must have finished at least one triathlon race in olympic distance (51.5km) or longer within the last 5 years back from the date of registration for entry. Or they must have admission by the organizer based on their capability and experience of swimming, bicycles, marathons as a special measure.
  • Race briefings are done remotely and athletes must pass a web test to see the content. For relays, all members are required to do it.
  • Valid 2020 JTU license will be required for all athletes except relay team.
    You must be one of the following.
    • JTU annual member for 2020 (Membership number must be entered when registering)
      *JTU Membership registration for 2020 start on 6 November 2019 from the URL below.
      http://www.jtu.or.jp/register/index2019.html
    • Overseas athletes are required to purchase JTU 1 day license. (Except relay)
      *Entry fee of AGE(Overseas) includes +JPY1,000 for the license. Overseas athletes who will join as the other category (such as PRO, VIP) are required to pay +JPY1,000 at Athlete Check-in on site.
  • Swimmers in the relay category must be able to swim 1500m within 60 minutes or 1900m within 70 minutes, or else must be admitted by the organizer as having the same level of swimming ability and experiences. Please submit a certificate that you have completed swimming 1500m within 60 minutes or 1900m within 70 minutes within the past one year from the application date for this race. However, if you participated in the previous year's race and completed swimming or if you completed swimming in the equivalent race within the past one year from the application date for this race, you do not need to submit a certificate if you declare it at your entry.
    Click here for the "Certificate of Swimming Ability" form →|
    This form must be filled out and admitted the record by a person other than swimmer himself or herself, such as a team member, a friend, or an instructor.
RULES
IRONMAN rules, JTU rules, and local rules are applied.
Missed course (Short cut)
Follow the prescribed course. Athletes must cover the prescribed course of swim, bike and run in its entirety. It is the athlete's responsibility to know the course. If athletes miss the course, they are required to get back to the point they left the official race course and return the race. In this case, you won't be disqualified. However if athletes miss the course and do not go back to the point they left the official race course, you will be disqualified. There is no adjustment for time to get back to the point.
Drafting
(a) "Drafting" means to remain within the draft zone (as described below) of another athlete for a period longer than 25 seconds. Drafting during the Race is prohibited; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
(b) The bicycle draft zone is 12 meters long, measured from the leading edge of the front wheel and extending towards the back of the bike (6 bike lengths of clear space between bikes). Athletes may enter the draft zone of another athlete when passing and must continuously progress through the draft zone. A maximum of 25 seconds will be allowed to pass through the zone of another athlete; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
   (ⅰ) Prior to entering the draft zone of another athlete, professional athletes must move to the side of the athlete being overtaken (i.e., no slipstreaming). Failure to do so will result in a drafting violation; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
(c) Athletes must remain outside of the draft zone (6 bike lengths between bikes) except when passing. Failure to do so will result in a drafting violation; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
(d) A "pass" occurs when the overtaking athlete's front wheel passes the leading edge of the front wheel of the athlete being overtaken;
(e) The overtaking athlete may not back out of a draft zone after entering into it. Once an overtaking athlete enters the draft zone of another athlete, a pass must be completed; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
(f) An overtaken athlete must immediately drop out of the draft zone of the passing athlete, and must continuously make rearward progress out of the draft zone of the passing athlete. Re‐passing by the overtaken athlete prior to dropping out of the draft zone will result in an overtaken violation; (30 Second Time Penalty or Stop-and-Go Time penalty)
(g) Overtaken athletes who remain within the draft zone of the passing athlete for more than 25 seconds will be given a drafting violation; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty)
(h) Athletes must ride single file on the far‐right side (or left side depending on local law) of the bike course road except when passing another athlete (or for reasons of safety). Sideby‐ side riding is not permitted and may result in a drafting or blocking violation; (5:00 Minute Time Penalty or Stop‐and‐Go penalty)
Time Penalty
(a) Failure to comply with any of the Competition Rules may result in an athlete being punished with a Stop‐and‐Go Time Penalty, a 5:00 Minute Time Penalty, disqualification from the Event, suspension from multiple Events, or expulsion for life from all Events;
(b) Race Referees will notify athletes of a rule violation by showing the athlete a colored card in combination with a verbal directive. Penalty card colors and their associated penalty is as follows:
   (ⅰ) Yellow Card: 30 Second Time Penalty or Stop-and-Go Time penalty;
   (ⅱ) Blue Card: 5:00 Minute Time Penalty at penalty box (T2) ;
   (ⅲ) Red Card: disqualification;
(c) Any athlete who accumulates three 3 blue cards will be disqualified. If disqualified, an athlete may finish the Race unless otherwise instructed by a Race Referee.
Even if there is violation to apply a stop-and-go, when it is determined that it can not safely be applied, a time penalty is applied.
Others
  • Disc brake bikes are allowed to use in the race.
  • Cycling with a bare torso is prohibited. Athletes must wear a shirt, jersey, or sport-top/sports bra at all times during the cycling segment of the Race; (30 Second Time Penalty (as applicable), DSQ if not remedied promptly)
  • Running with a bare torso is prohibited. Athletes must wear a shirt, jersey, or sport-top/sports bra at all times during the run segment of the Race; (30 Second Time Penalty (as applicable), DSQ if not remedied promptly)
  • Uniforms with a front zipper may be unzipped to any length, provided, that (i) the zipper should be connected at the bottom of the uniform at all times, and (ii) the top of the uniform should cover the shoulders at all times; (DSQ if not remedied promptly). The uniform should be fully zipped when crossing the finish line;
  • Do not use mobile phones, smart phones, smart watches, wireless devices, audio players, recording equipment and communication equipment during the race, or become disqualified.
  • If you throw out the garbage on the course, the blue card will be shown and 5:00 Minute Time Penalty will be applied.
Wetsuit policy
For age‐group athletes, wetsuits may be worn in water temperature up to and including 24.5 degrees C/76.1 degrees F.
However, if the water temperature does measure to be above 24.5 degrees
C/76.1 degrees F (but is less than or equal to 28.8 degrees C/83.8 degrees
F) then, IRONMAN may, in its sole discretion, allow age‐group athletes to wear wetsuits and participate in a separate non‐competitive wetsuit wave/division, provided, however, that such athletes participating in the designated non‐competitive wetsuit wave/division will not be eligible for age‐group awards including, without limitation, IRONMAN World Championship slots or IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship slots);
Final water temperatures will be measured on race day and you will be notified before swim of the final decision on the use of wetsuits. Please take note that if the water temperature measures above 24.5 degrees C/76.1 degrees F and you still decide to wear a wetsuit, you will NOT be eligible for age‐group awards including, IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship slots.
For pro athletes, wetsuits may be worn in water temperature up to and including 21.9 degrees C/71.5 degrees F.
*For more information about IRONMAN Competition Rules, please refer to the page.
Cut Off Times

Swim - 1 hour 10 minutes from individual race start time, Bike - 5 hours 9 minutes 30 seconds from individual race start time, Total - 8 hours from individual race start time.

CATEGORY
PRO The professional category will be discontinued in the 2020 race.
AGE AGE
AGE (Overseas) Applicable only for those who live outside of Japan. Entry fee includes +JPY1,000 for JTU 1 day license.
AGE (Local residents) Athletes who live, work or is born at the following area can register.
【Local area】Tokoname City, Chita City, Handa City
Please submit the proof at the time of register to race office by e-mail: entry@ironman703.jp
If the address you entered during registration was in the above area, you do not need to submit it.
AGE (VIP) →| visit VIP
RELAY → visit "Relay"
RELAY (Local residents) Athletes who live, work or is born at the following area can register.
【Local area】Tokoname City, Chita City, Handa City
Please submit the proof at the time of register to race office by e-mail: entry@ironman703.jp
If the address you entered during registration was in the above area, you do not need to submit it.
→ visit "Relay"
VIP
The Executive category, also referred to as VIP, offers business leaders with exclusive privileges to the world's most challenging endurance event, the IRONMAN Triathlon. The program is allowing you time to enjoy the Ironman journey and focus on other priorities such as work, family and training. Participation within IRONMAN VIP provides a one-of a kind, unique race weekend experience.
Your challenge will also give us a helping hand to make our event better.
  • Personalized registration, packet pick-up on the before the race.
  • Priority of the time on Bike check-in. (Bike check-in on race day is not avaiable.).
  • VIP passes for race day to include escorts VIP seating at banquet functions.
  • VIP categories for awards.
  • Free entry of IRONKIDS (1 child).
  • Relaxed at [IRONMAN Lounge] in NTP Marine after finish.
*Please note that there may be changes in those benefit.
RELAY
  • Register the team captain first, and then register the team members. When you register the captain, it is necessary to set the team name and password. Team members can register to enter the team name and password that captain decided. Participation fee of the relay, the team captain will be the settlement on behalf of. (Registration of the team members are free)
  • Change of team members will be accepted until September 10.
  • min 2 max 3 participants.
  • Race briefings are done remotely and athletes must pass a web test to see the content. For relays, all members are required to do it.
  • Athletes of Relay teams are not obligated to be JTU Member.
  • Entry fees of Relay teams are included insurance.
  • Entire members gather together and come to the registration on-site.
  • Swimmers in the relay category must be able to swim 1500m within 60 minutes or 1900m within 70 minutes, or else must be admitted by the organizer as having the same level of swimming ability and experiences. Please submit a certificate that you have completed swimming 1500m within 60 minutes or 1900m within 70 minutes within the past one year from the application date for this race. However, if you participated in the previous year's race and completed swimming or if you completed swimming in the equivalent race within the past one year from the application date for this race, you do not need to submit a certificate if you declare it at your entry.
    Click here and send us (info@ironman703.jp) for the "Certificate of Swimming Ability" form →
    This form must be filled out and admitted the record by a person other than swimmer himself or herself, such as a team member, a friend, or an instructor.
QUALIFYING SLOTS
The 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 Japan offers 40 slots to the 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship held in St. George, Utah, USA, 17-18 September 2021.

RACE ENTRY

Depending on the status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, the race may be canceled.
Even in that case, refund and cancellation will be handled according to the cancellation policy.
Please note that athletes traveling from outside Japan should check to see if there are restrictions on traveling to Japan.

Closed.

PRIVACY POLICY
We, the event organizers, value your privacy and are committed to protecting your personal information. We will use the information that we gather from each of our athletes for the following purposes:
- To create and improve our event program
- To provide Athlete Information Guide and related information
- To provide and post results of events
- To send newsletters about upcoming events
- To provide services by partners, sponsors and related organizations
We will also use the information within the range necessary for the event management.
ENTRY OPEN
Early bird registration January 22, 2020, 12:00 pm JST to
January 29, 2020, 4:59 pm JST
Regular registration January 29, 2020, 17:00 pm JST to
March 1, 2020, 4:59 pm JST
Late registration March 1, 2020, 5:00 pm JST to
March 31, 2020, 5:00 pm JST
Late registration (additional recruitment) July 31, 2020, 12:00 pm JST to
September 10, 2020, 5:00 pm JST
ENTRY
  • 8% Active.com service fee will apply.
  • We may ask you not to participate in the race according to your previous race history in the entry form even after the completion of entry procedure
  • Photo ID (Passport, Japanese Driver's license) required at the time of on-site registration.
  • Capacity may be subject to change.
  • In the case of vacancy at a particular category, those to be used by the wait listed athletes.
  • IRONMAN reserve the right to reject any entry or issue special invitations.
  • Entries are not transferable, either to other persons, other IRONMAN events, years or any other international IRONMAN event
  • By completing the online entry form you are agreeing to all terms and conditions and the event waiver, including the check in and refund policy.
  • Each entry fee is included insurance. (It is not included any transportation expence and hotel and so on)
CATEGORY CAPACITY FEES
EARLY REGULAR LATE
LATE (Reopening)
PRO 0 In accordance of IRONMAN PRO Membership
AGE 960 JPY 50,500 JPY 53,500 JPY 57,000
AGE
(Overseas)
200 JPY 51,500 JPY 54,500 JPY 58,000
AGE
(Local residents)
100 JPY 50,500 JPY 53,500 JPY 57,000
AGE
(VIP)
10 JPY 110,000
RELAY 40 JPY 71,500 JPY 75,000 JPY 79,500
RELAY
(Local residents)
40 JPY 71,500 JPY 75,000 JPY 79,500
*We may ask you not to participate in the race according to your previous race history in the entry form even after the completion of entry procedure.
*If you have registered false information, we are not responsible for your safety on this race. Eligibility may also be lost.
*In the case of vacancy at a particular category, those to be used by the wait listed athletes.
*Show your Photo ID (Passport, Japanese Driver's License) at the registration on site.
WITHDRAWALS
Athletes confirmed in the race who wish to withdraw, must do so in writing to the race office via email info@ironman703.jp
Any requests received before January 31, 2020, 17:00 (JST) will eligible for 50% refund.
Any requests received before March 6, 2020, 17:00 (JST) will eligible for 20% refund.
Any requests received after March 6, 2020, 17:00 (JST) will not be eligible for refund under any circumstance.
*We will refund in accordance with the provisions of the above for goods (T-shirt, Finisher Pix fees, awards party ticket, car magnet, sticker etc. ) that were sold at the same time as registration.

■ For athletes who applied for late registration (Reopening) for the race on October 18
Depending on the status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) infection, the race may be canceled.
Even in that case, refund and cancellation will be handled according to the cancellation policy.
Athletes confirmed in the race who wish to withdraw, must do so in writing to the race office via email info@ironman703.jp
Any requests received before August 9, 2020, 23:59 (JST) will eligible for 50% refund.
Any requests received before September 6, 2020, 23:59 (JST) will eligible for 20% refund.
Any requests received after September 7 ,2020, 00:00 (JST) will not be eligible for refund under any circumstance.
*We will refund in accordance with the provisions of the above for goods (T-shirt, Finisher Pix fees, car magnet, sticker etc. ) that were sold at the same time as registration.

SPECIAL SALE
AT REGISTRATION

IRONMAN SPECIAL T-SHIRTS

Price 4,400JPY (Tax included)

Advance sales only.
*polyester
* Please note that there may be changes in the design.

IRONMAN SPECIAL T-SHIRTS

SIZE(cm) XS
(160)
S M L XL XXL
Length 62 65 68 71 74 77
Body width 45 48 51 54 57 60
Shoulder width 42 45 47 49 51 54
Sleeve ength 19 20 21 22 23 25
HOODIE

Price 8,000JPY (Tax included)

Thick cotton fabric, black color.
* Please note that there may be changes in the design.

HOODIE

SIZE(cm) S M L XL XXL
Length 62 66 70 75 80
Body width 52 55 58 63 68
Shoulder width 44 48 52 55 58
Sleeve ength 56 60 61 62 63
BATH TOWEL

Price 2,800JPY (Tax included)

It is fluffy towel made by Imabari Ehime prefecture. Because it is durable with a gentle texture, you can use it for a long time.
* Please note that there may be changes in the design.

BATH TOWEL

STICKER

Price 1,600JPY (Tax included)

It is original sticker of IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan. Nine stickers are combined into one A4 size sheet. The image looks yellowish, but it is actually a glittering gold sticker like a mirror!
It is gorgeous if you put it on your smartphone or personal organizer!
* Please note that there may be changes in the design.

BATH TOWEL

FINISHER PIX PHOTO PACK

Price JPY5,950 (Regular Price JPY7,550)

FinisherPix, the Official Photographers of the IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan is giving you the chance to order your photos now & save 20%!
The FinisherPix Photo Pack includes ALL photos we identify of you in all digital formats (Basic digital image, Digital images with Finish Time, Digital images in certificate format.) A link to download all images will automatically be emailed to you when photos are available online. For more information and to review the terms and conditions of this service please visit our website at www.finisherpix.com
FINISHER PIX COMBO PACK

Price JPY6,950 (Regular Price JPY9,250)

The IRONMAN 70.3 COMBO Pack includes all photos we identify of you in all digital formats (basic digital image, digital images with finish time, digital images in certificate format) along with your personal video in HD format. This offer is only valid at the time of registration - ORDER NOW AND SAVE! A link to download all images and video will be emailed to you when they are available. Please note that photo and video links will be sent separately. Your video will be captured in HD at multiple points during your race. Video can be played on all phones, tablets, computers, and can be shared with friends on your favorite social network! For more info and to review the terms and conditions of this service, please visit website at www.finisherpix.com. Please note that FinisherPix packages are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Event Insurance Coverage
(Summary)

Under the Event Insurance Policy, we cover accidents incurred during the event. In general accident insurance, illnesses are not covered, but we cover accidents caused by following illnesses that occurred accidentally during the event. ① Heart disease such as cardiac infarct or acute cardiac insufficiency ② Acute brain disease such as subarachnoid hemorrhage or intracerebral hemorrhage ③ Hypothermia, sunstroke, heat stroke or dehydration.
Provided that the insurance does not cover accidents of the following or caused by the following - willfully, criminal acts, the use such as drugs, a mental disorder, a pregnant woman, "whiplash" or low back pain without objective symptoms, physical disability caused by disease of a cause-and-effect relationship with any medical histories within last 12 months just before the race or any chronic diseases, earthquake, volcanic eruption, tsunami, war or other strife.
Coverage is as follows (not compensation for the number of days) - The death, physical impediment and hospitalization: within 180 days after the accident. Hospital attendance: within 90 days attended within 180 days after the accident.

  • Death / Aftereffects 10,000,000JPY
  • Hospitalization 5,000 JPY per day
  • Hospital attendance 3,000 JPY per day

Regarding to participate the race, we strongly recommend to take out accident insurance or life insurance individually.

2020 IRONMAN® 70.3® Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan Event Waiver
Centrair Tokoname, Japan - October 18, 2020

【INTRODUCTION】

This IRONMAN® 70.3® Event is owned by Endurance Sports Japan Co., Ltd (ESJ) and operated by IRONMAN 70.3 Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan Executive committee (collectively, the "Organizer"), an independent licensee of World Triathlon Corporation ("WTC"). The IRONMAN® and 70.3® service marks are used here by permission. Please read this entire Acknowledgment and Assumption of Risks & Release Agreement (hereafter "Form") carefully before signing. The adult participant (those 20 yrs. of age or older), or the participant's legal guardian (for the participant and on his/her behalf), if applicable, must sign this Form. In consideration of the services of Organizer in allowing me to participate in this scheduled IRONMAN® 70.3® Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan 2020 (hereafter "Event") and other activities, I acknowledge and agree as follows:

 

I, on behalf of myself, and if the participant is a minor, on behalf of the minor participant as well, hereby release, waive, and discharge any and all claims that I (or the minor, if applicable) may have against WTC or any of its affiliates and/or Organizer from and against all liability for any and all damages and claims arising out of or related to the Event.

 

[IRONMAN® 70.3® Centrair Chita Peninsula Japan 2020]

 

Event Acknowledgement, and Assumption of Risks & Release Agreement

 

I, the participant, and if the participant is a minor, on behalf of the minor participant as well, hereby certify to consent to the following in consideration of participating in the Event on October 18th, 2020:

 

[Obligation to abide by the rules of the Event (the "Rules") and responsibility for self-management]

  • I acknowledge and agree to abide by all regulations, rules, and instructions set by public authorities, Organizer, by the facility management as the event uses public and private streets, the venue facilities, and other facilities. I agree to participate in the Event with full attention to my own health and safety and acknowledge to do so in my sole responsibility. In the event of any physical or mental conditions arising during the Event, I certify and agree to retire or walk out from the Event immediately.
    I hereby agree to abide by Article 11 of the Competition Rules of Japan Triathlon Union (JTU) [Matters to observe when on the bike] and will strive to conduct a safe race, with full regard to vehicles and pedestrian during the entire Event.
    JTU Competition Rules Article 11: riders practicing or traveling to and from the meeting venue shall abide by traffic rules and regulations under the Highway Traffic Act and observe the following matters at all time when on the bike:
    1. Wear a helmet
    2. Keep to the left
    3. Stay alert to the surroundings
    4. Do no accompany a runner
    5. Keep a safe distance between vehicles
    6. Observe all traffic signals
    7. Give way to pedestrians
    8. Be vigilant of other vehicles
    I agree to observe during the Event (including during the race and at all other times) all rules, regulations, matters to be observed and any recommendations issued by the Event organisers concerning the course and the Event.

 

[Understanding of the Event characteristics and appropriateness of the participants]

  • I represent that I have sufficient experience in triathlon and other related sports, and I understand that the Event takes place in a rapidly changing environment, which may drastically affect my health condition.
  • I also understand that the conditions of the indoor or outdoor venues and property upon which the Event takes place may contain and there may exist uncertain factors which may prevent from the timely medical attention or treatment in case of an emergency.
  • I hereby certify, to best of my knowledge, that I am physically fit and have no medical condition that could likely worsen by participating in the Event.
  • I represent that I am in good health and that such fact has been determined by a medical advisor within the last one (1) year.
  • I hereby agree to submit any medical conditions, such as allergic diathesis, physical idiosyncrasy, and previous disease (including without limitation, excess symptom) or relevant religious remarks which should be known to WTC and/or Organizer and its medical staff in case of a medical emergency in writing prior to the Event.
  • I understand to submit my medical certificate and stress electrocardiogram certificate upon the Organizer's request.
  • I comply with the Event cancellation notice set by the Organizer in the event it is determined it would be disadvantageous to pursue the Event. I acknowledge and agree that Organizer or WTC may delay the Event for so long as such unsafe or unsuitable conditions apply.
  • I hereby pre-authorize medical doctors, the Organizer and its representatives to arrange for emergency medical treatment on my behalf if medical attention is warranted during my participation in the Event and hereby release the Organizer and WTC from any liability relating to the provision of any rescue operations, first aid treatment, medical care, hospital expenses or the medical decisions made at the Event site or elsewhere on my behalf, except in the event of intentional misconduct or gross negligence of Organizer or WTC, as applicable, in which case such release will not apply to Organizer or WTC, as applicable.
  • I will review all materials received, accurately complete and agree to the registration information, documents and process, and rules and policies. I will obey all rules and policies, which include the IRONMAN Competition Rules with any applicable exceptions of any applicable national federation, international federation, race sanctioning body, the International Triathlon Union Competition Rules, and all information included in the Event-specific athlete information guide and Event-specific athlete briefing session, as each of the foregoing may be amended, from time to time; and all traffic laws. I acknowledge that in order to participate in the Event, I may be required to be a current member of, or purchase a one-day license from, the race sanctioning body.
  • By submitting this entry, I agree to be bound by and comply with the IRONMAN Anti-Doping Rules including, without limitation, all policies, procedures and/or other rules adopted by WTC (as may be amended from time to time and at any time by WTC), and the authority given to WTC under those rules. I also agree to be bound by the World Anti-Doping Code and associated International Standards, as issued by the World Anti-Doping Agency (e.g., the International Standard for Therapeutic Use Exemptions, the List of Prohibited Substances and Prohibited Methods, and the International Standard for Testing and Investigations). I acknowledge that I may also be bound by the rules of any applicable national federation, international federation, race sanctioning body, or anti-doping organization with authority over me;

 

[Exemption from injury and fatal accident]

  • The Event takes place indoors or outdoors and can include but not be limited to: warm-up exercises; competitive swimming, cycling and running, both in practice and in the Event; demo-ing (trying out) gear; participation in clinics, training, demonstrations or other games and activities, attendance at any activities, use of any equipment, facilities or premises and traveling in planes, vans, buses or other vehicles to and from activities (the Event and other activities collectively referred to in this Form as "activities" or "activity"). Activities may be scheduled or unscheduled, mandatory or optional, whether or not authorized and/or conducted by Organizer, structured or unstructured and include free time. I acknowledge that the inherent and other risks, hazards and dangers (collectively referred to in this Form as "risks") of these activities can cause injury, damage, death or other loss to participant or others. The following describes some, but not all of the inherent risks, as applicable to participant's activities:
  • Risks present in an outdoor environment. Participants may be subject to: high altitude or mountainous terrain; severe storms or bad weather such as lightning, strong winds, rain, hail, snow and ice; fast moving or deep lakes, oceans or other water bodies; currents or whitewater; extremely hot or cold weather; stinging, venomous and/or disease carrying animals (including marine life) or insects and other natural or man-made hazards. Hazards (both on land and above and below water level) may not be marked or visible and weather is always unpredictable.
  • Cycling, running and swimming risks. These risks include the risk of losing control and falling from the bike, colliding with objects (including UAVs (defined below), parked or moving vehicles and/or bicycles) or people (including co-participants or spectators) on land or in water, tripping or falling down or encountering other water/road/trail hazards; or being submerged underwater, hitting bottom or drowning.
  • Personal health and participation risks. The risk of contracting communicable disease(s), including but not limited to COVID-19, from other person(s) (including but not limited to any co-participant; spectator; Organizer staff, representative, volunteer, or contractor; and/or any other person(s)) before, during, and/or after the Event and other activities. The risk that a participant's mental, physical or emotional condition (including any use or abuse of alcohol or prescription or non-prescription drugs), whether disclosed or undisclosed, known or unknown, combined with participation in these activities could result in injury, damage, death or other loss. Although Organizer may review participant's medical information, submitted in the registration process, Organizer cannot anticipate or eliminate risks or complications posed by a participant's mental, physical (including fitness level) or emotional condition. Organizer has put enhanced health and safety measures in place due to the potential spread of COVID-19. I must follow all posted instructions while visiting any Event-related venue. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness, permanent disability, and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, senior citizens and persons with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By visiting any Event-related venue, I voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19;
    I authorize and consent to Organizer staff, representatives or contractors to conduct such public health safety screening activities by methods selected by Organizer. While participating in the Event, I agree to comply with any public health and/or safety directions of Organizer staff, representatives or contractors; police; or government or health authorities.
  • Risks connected with location. Activity location may cause or contribute to delays or difficulties in communication, transportation, evacuation or medical care.
  • Equipment risks. The risk that equipment used in activities may be misused, or may break, fail or malfunction. Participant (and/or the participant's legal guardian) assumes full responsibility for choosing appropriate equipment and for the fit and condition of the equipment. Organizer requires use of helmets for biking activities. Helmets or other safety gear may prevent or lessen injuries in some instances; however, use of safety gear is not a guarantee of safety, and injury can occur even with the use of this gear.
  • Supervision and activities risks. I understand that neither Organizer nor its staff, representatives, volunteers, contractors or anyone associated with them will be supervising participant during the activities or at any time. Adult participant agrees he/she is solely responsible for his/her own well-being at all times; or, if applicable, a participant's legal guardian agrees to take sole responsibility for participant's supervision before, during and after the Event and other activities, including during free time and at all other times.
  • Risks regarding conduct. The potential that participant, co-participant/s and/or third party/s may act in a negligent or intentional manner.
  • Drone risks. I understand that unmanned aerial vehicles ("UAVs", also known as "drones") may be used at the Event for media or other purposes and accept the risk of a collision with, and any damage or injury relating to, any UAV.
  • Risk regarding criminal/terrorist activity. The potential that third party/s may commit criminal acts or acts of terrorism.
  • I acknowledge and understand that compensation is made within the Organizer's insurance coverage and the Event does not provide me with personal accident insurance coverage and that I am responsible to obtain my own personal accident insurance coverage should I wish to be eligible for accident benefits, except in the event of intentional misconduct or gross negligence of Organizer or WTC, as applicable, in which case such release will not apply to Organizer or WTC, as applicable.

 

[Release]

Please read carefully. This Release section contains a surrender of certain legal rights. I hereby acknowledge and assume all of the risks of participating in the Event and agree as follows:

  • To release and not to sue Organizer, WTC, applicable federation and/or race sanctioning body, Event sponsors, Event organizers, Event promoters, Event producers, race directors, Event officials, Event staff, advertisers, administrators, contractors, vendors, volunteers, and property owners and state, city, town, county, and other governmental bodies, and/or municipal agencies whose property and/or personnel are used and/or in assist in locations where the activities take place, and each of their respective parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies, assignees, licensees, owners, officers, directors, partners, board members, shareholders, members, supervisors, insurers, agents, employees, volunteers, contractors and representatives or entities associated or involved with the activities (individually and collectively referred to in this Form as the "Released Parties"), with respect to any and all claims, liabilities, suits or expenses (including attorneys' fees and costs) (collectively referred to in this Form as "claim" or "claim/s") for lost property, stolen property, disposed property, or any other loss (excluding grave injury or death) connected with my enrollment or participation in the activities, including use of equipment, facilities or premises, howsoever caused; negligence, whether passive or active, of the Released Parties; and/or any breach by the Released Parties of statutory duty. I acknowledge and understand that compensation is made within the Organizer's insurance coverage and the Event does not provide me with personal accident insurance coverage, except in the event of intentional misconduct or gross negligence of Organizer or WTC, as applicable, in which case such release will not apply to Organizer or WTC, as applicable.
  • This Release section includes but is not limited to claim/s for personal injury or wrongful death (including claim/s related to emergency, medical, drug and/or health issues, response, assessment or treatment), property damage, loss of consortium, breach of contract or any other claim, including claim/s resulting from the negligence of Released Parties, whether passive or active, except in the event of intentional misconduct or gross negligence of Organizer or WTC, as applicable, in which case such release will not apply to Organizer or WTC, as applicable.

 

[Exemption from force majeure occurrence]

  • Additionally, I hereby release the Organizer and WTC from any liability relating to the expenses to participate in the Event following the cancellation or modification to the Event due to weather conditions or other 'Act of God' or public health risks or due to the loss or damage of the Event materials (including without limitation, the Event property, venue and facilities).

 

[Media and commercial usage of personal data]

  • I understand that at the Event or related activities, my personal data (including without limitation, images, name, address, age and race history) may be published in the media related to the Event. I grant to Organizer, WTC, and each of their respective affiliates, designees, assignees, and sponsors the right and permission to photograph, film, record and/or otherwise capture in any media the name, image, voice, written statement, photograph and/or visual likeness of me and/or my family members (collectively "images"), with right to sublicense, during the activities or otherwise, without compensation, for use for any purpose and in any media throughout the world in perpetuity, including but not limited to use in broadcasts, photographs, publications, podcasts, webcasts, motion pictures, brochures, CDs, DVDs, internet websites, television, and/or in any related commercial, informational, educational, advertising, or promotional materials. I understand that all ownership and copyright rights in the images will be owned by Organizer, its assignees, or its designees, and I waive any inspection or approval rights. I understand and agree that my name, bib number and race results will be available to the public during and after the Event.
  • In no event may I (or anyone else on my behalf) without the prior written consent of WTC, its assignees, or its designees: (a) use any intellectual property of WTC and/or its affiliates, including, but not limited to, the IRONMAN®, 70.3®, Iron Girl®, IRONKIDS®, Velothon®, Cape Epic®, 5150®, and Rock 'n' Roll® marks and names, the "M-Dot" logo, "K-Dot" logo (collectively, the "WTC IP") and/or any words or marks that refer to, or are suggestive of, or confusingly similar to, the Event, any Event logo, Event name, Event location, Event date, or Event race distance (collectively, "Event IP"), or (b) sell, market, distribute, or produce any products, events, merchandise, websites, or services that are IRONMAN®-branded, 70.3®-branded, Event-branded, or branded or marked using (i) any Event logo, (ii) any Event name, (iii) any Event IP, or (iv) or any IRONMAN IP (including without limitation the word "IRON" or any foreign translation thereof as a prefix for, or component of, any race, event, trade name, trademark, organization name, club name, or brand of any kind, in each case in any way related to triathlon, triathletes, training, coaching, or any endurance sports).

 

[Agreement and settlement of next of kin]

  • I and my parents, guardians, and next of kin hereby acknowledge the content of the Event set forth in this Form and permit to participate in the event.
  • In the event of any doubts arising in connection with or toward this Form, I agree to resolve them in accordance with the rules and regulation related to the Event. If by any chance a dispute arises in connection with this Form, the exclusive jurisdiction of the first trial will be executed by the Tokyo municipal court and the statutes and laws of the Japan will apply to all matters relating to this Form.

 

[Settlement, governing law and jurisdiction]

  • If I am signing as the participant's legal guardian, I have the legal authority to act for the participant and on their behalf. If my guardian status is challenged or found invalid, I will defend the Released Parties, to the fullest extent allowed by law and per the provisions of this Form, just as if I were the participant's lawful legal guardian.

 

*The Event Committee strongly recommends and advises participants to purchase and obtain sufficient accident and life insurance coverage separate to the above.
You must electronically sign the waiver at the time of the registration.

RACE SCHEDULE

*Schedule are subject to change. Please be aware of the latest information wil be posted on this website. and on our FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/Ironman70.3Japan.

*Event Schedule changed partially.

 

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Time Events Venue
9:30-10:20 Athlete Check-In 1 Shinmaiko Marine Park
10:30-11:20 Athlete Check-In 2
11:30-12:20 Athlete Check-In 3
12:30-13:20 Athlete Check-In 4
13:30-14:20 Athlete Check-In 5
14:30-15:20 Athlete Check-In 6
10:00-17:00 Bike Check-In

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Time Events Venue
5:00-7:25 Athlete Parking Lot Open Shinmaiko Marine Park
Temporary parking lot
5:30-7:25 Transition Area Open (For Set Up) Shinmaiko Marine Park
7:25-9:25 Race Start(by Rolling start)
11:20 Estimated Time For Men's Top Athlete Finish
13:20 Estimated Time For Women's Top Athlete Finish
14:35-18:20 Transition Area Open (For Check Out)
17:25 Couse Close (8 Hours After Each Athlete Starts)
14:45-18:30 Athlete Parking Lot Open Shinmaiko Marine Park
Temporary parking lot
Race Briefing (RB)
No race briefing.
Watch the race instructional video on how to be notified in the future.
You need to take and pass a test on the web to make sure you understand the content.
Athlete Check-in
Please check in within the designated time for future guidance to each athlete.
Athlete check-in must be attended after watching the race instructional video in advance and passing the test on the web.
Bike Check-in
Bike check-in must be done after athlete check-in.

COURSE

COURSE MAP(PDF)

2020.10.02update

2020 course map

RACE FLOW

AGE

Athlete packet for individuals
  • Race BIB x 2
  • Safty Pins for Race Bib x 8
  • Bike seat post sticker and Helmet sticker x 1
  • Transition Bag x 2
  • Swim Cap x 1
  • Wristband
  • Sponsor promotion item
  • Gift
  • The race merchandise you purchased when you registered
Types and applications of Transition bags for individuals
Types (color of strings) Use
Transition bag
(Black)
A bag to put the belongings, change of clothes, etc., that you need to receive immediately after finishing.
Transition bag
(Red)
A bag to put the belongings that you need for the race.
Until athlete check-in the day before the race
Race briefing
Race Briefing Please watch the video by the way you were notified.
You need to take and pass the test on the web about the content of the description.
Previous day (Saturday, October 17)
Athlete Check-In
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 9:30AM~3:20PM
ID Please wear a mask when you come to the venue.
Please show photo ID.
athlete packet Please check the contents when you receive the athlete packet.
* The athlete kit includes a set of race numbers and bike stickers. A wristband is also included, so please wear it on your wrist. Do not remove the wristband until you pick up your bike after the race.
NEXT
Bike Check-In
Transition area
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 10:00AM~5:00PM
BIKE The bike will be set up by the athlete self after undergoing a bike inspection.
Race day (Sunday, October 18)
START
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Transition bag (Red) Please wear a mask when you come to the venue.
Put the belongings that you need for the race in a transition bag "Red", and set it near your bike between 5:30 and 7:25.
Glasses *If you need wear eyeglasses please put it at Glass Stand.
Transition bag (Black) Put the belongings that you need to receive immediately after finishing in the transition bag "Black", and leave it at the depository.
SWIM
Transition area
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Glasses
Transition bag (Red)
  • Just before the start, throw the mask in the trash.
  • Athletes who leave their glasses pick them up at the glasses stand.
  • Change clothes at the place where your bicycle is, and put the belongings after the swim race in the transition bag "Red": wetsuit, goggles, swim cap, etc.
BIKE Pick up your Bike.
BIKE
Transition area
Shinmaiko Marine Park
BIKE Hang your bike on your bike rack.
Transition bag (Red)
Change clothes at the place where your bike is, and put the belongings after the bike race in the transition bag "Red": helmet, shoes, etc.
RUN
FINISH
Shinmaiko Marine Park
T-shirt
Transition bag (Black)
  • After the finish, disinfect your hands.
  • Wear the mask provided by the race office.
  • Receive a finisher medal and a finisher T-shirt.
  • Receive the transition bag "Black" that you deposited before the race.

Drinks, Kishimen(Flat noodles), bread, sweets, etc. are served in the athlete garden.
NEXT
Bike check out
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 2:35PM~6:20PM
BIKE You will be able to enter the transition area after 2:35PM. Please put out your bike by 6:20PM.
NEXT
Awards ceremony
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Awards ceremony Only the top prize winners will be awarded at the finish venue.

For RELAY

Athlete packet for Relay
  • Race BIB x 2
  • Safty Pins for Race Bib x 8
  • Bike seat post sticker and Helmet sticker x 1
  • Transition Bag x 3
  • Swim Cap x 1
  • wristband x 3
  • Sponsor promotion item
  • Gift
  • The race merchandise you purchased when you registered
Types and use of Transition bags for Relay
Types
(color of strings)
Categories Use
Transition bag
(Pink)
SWIM For Personal belongings.
*Place it near your team's bike rack in the transition area, and pick it up after the swim race.
Transition bag
(Pink)
BIKE For Personal belongings.
*Place it near your team's bike rack in the transition area, and pick it up after the bike race.
Transition bag
(Pink)
RUN For Personal belongings.
*Place it near your team's bike rack in the transition area. The team member will take it out after the start of the run race, and receive it from the team member after finishing.
Until athlete check-in the day before the race
Race briefing
Race Briefing Please watch the video by the way you were notified.
You need to take and pass the test on the web about the content of the description.
Previous day (Saturday, October 17)
Athlete Check-In
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 9:30AM~3:20PM
ID All members should wear masks and come to the venue
Please show photo ID.
athlete packet Please check the contents when you receive the athlete packet.
* The athlete kit includes a set of race numbers and bike stickers. Wristbands are also included, so please wear them on your wrist. Do not remove the wristband until you pick up your bike after the race.
NEXT
Bike Check-In
Transition area
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 10:00AM~5:00PM
BIKE The bike will be set up by the athlete self after undergoing a bike inspection.
Race day (Sunday, October 18)
START
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Transition bag (Pink)
Glasses
All members should wear masks and come to the venue

◆For SWIM
Just before the start, throw the mask in the trash can on the beach at the start line. After the swim, pick up and wear a new mask in the transition area.
Put the belongings after the swim race in the transition bag "Pink", and place it near your team's bike rack in the transition area, then pick it up after the swim race.
NEXT
Transition area
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Transition bag (Pink) ◆For BIKE
Just before the start, remove the mask and put it in your transition bag. Wear a mask after the bike finish.
Put the belongings after the bike race in the transition bag "Pink", and place it near your team's bike rack in the transition area, then pick it up after the bike race.
NEXT
Transition area
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Transition bag (Pink) ◆For RUN
Just before the start, remove the mask and put it in your transition bag.
Put the belongings after finishing in the transition bag "Pink". The team member will take it out after the start of the run race, and receive it from the team member after finishing.
NEXT
FINISH
Shinmaiko Marine Park
T-shirts
  • After the finish, disinfect your hands.
  • Wear the mask provided by the race office.
  • Receive a finisher medal and a finisher T-shirt for members.

Drinks, Kishimen(Flat noodles), bread, sweets, etc. are served in the athlete garden.
NEXT
Bike check out
Venue : Shinmaiko Marine Park
Time : 2:35PM~6:20PM
BIKE ◆For BIKE
You will be able to enter the transition area after 2:35PM. Please put out your bike by 6:20PM.
NEXT
Awards ceremony
Shinmaiko Marine Park
Awards ceremony Only the top prize winners will be awarded at the finish venue.

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