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Marinduque Extreme Series III

MARINDUQUE EXTREME SERIES 3 is a one day cycling event, now on its third year. Date: May 14, 2011

Duathlon Run-Bike 7.5-25Km
Aggressive X-Country 30km

Race Category and Prizes**

Male Open 30km
1st-- Php 20,000.00
2nd- Php 15,000.00
3rd-- Php 10,000.00

Male Novice 30km
1st-- Php 20,000.00
2nd- Php 15,000.00
3rd-- Php 10,000.00

Female Open* 25km
1st-- Php 15,000.00
2nd- Php 10,000.00
3rd-- Php 5,000.00

Duathlon

Male Open 7.5-20km
1st-- Php 15,000.00
2nd- Php 10,000.00
3rd-- Php 5,000.00

Female Open* 7.5-20km
1st-- Php 15,000.00
2nd- Php 10,000.00
3rd-- Php 5,000.00
*At least Three (3) Participants to open this category.


All Local participants who finish will receive Php 1,000.00 each


Rules and Regulations

Off-Road Duathlon

May 14, 2011

1.) Check in, body marking and distribution of race kit will start at 5:30 until 7:00 in the morning. Athlete will not be accepted after the check in period. The race will start at exactly 7:30 in the morning

2.) The race will be 7.5 kilometers trail run, 20 kilometers of XC mountain biking through trails and mud to the finish line for MALE and FEMALE.

3.) This is an individual sport. Athletes are not allowed to have external support like pushing, carrying the bike, changing flat tire or fixing the bike by others. The participating athlete is the only one who can fix/repair his bike or they can have it fixed at the designated bike mechanic tent. A racer found guilty of accepting any help from any outside support will be disqualified.

4.) There will be a designated water station in the run and bike course.

5.) The athlete should only follow the designated race course; there will be trail signs along the course. Strictly no short cutting. There will be checkers/marshal along the course. An athlete found guilty of such offense will be automatically disqualified.

6.) Give way to the overtaking runner/biker in the trail to avoid accident or misunderstanding between the racers. The athlete should be on the right side of the course to make the left side of the course a passing lane.

7.) There will be a designated bike mechanic on the bike course. The athlete is only allowed to have their bike fixed by him/herself or by a designated bike mechanic at the tent.


Cross-Country Mountain Biking


May 14, 2011

1.) Check in and distribution of race kit will start at 12:30 until 1:30 in the afternoon. Athletes will not be accepted after the check in period. The race will start at exactly 2 o’clock in the in the afternoon followed immediately by the next category.

2.) The race course is 30 kilometers for male and 25 km for female of Cross-country Mountain biking in trail and mud.

3.) This is individual sport which means that an athlete is not allowed to have any external support like pushing, carrying the bike, changing a flat tire or fixing the bike by others. The participating athlete is the only one who can fix their bike or they can have it fixed at the designated bike mechanic tent. Racer found guilty of accepting any help from outside support will be disqualified.

4.) There will be water stations on the run and bike course.

5.) Follow only the designated race course. There will be plenty of trail signs along the race course. Strictly no short cutting. There will be checkers/marshal along the course. Athletes found guilty of such offense will be automatically disqualified.

6.) Give way to the over taking biker on the trail to avoid accident or misunderstanding between the racers. The athlete should be on the right side of the race course to make the left side of the course a passing lane.

7.) There will be a designated bike mechanic in the bike course. The athlete is only allowed to have their bike fixed by him/herself or by a designated bike mechanic at the tent.

To Register Online:

1.) Deposit the amount of 800.00PhP at any LandBank Branch to this Savings Account SA 123456789.

2.) Write on the Wall of this event the following:

a) Your complete Name, age, valid e-mail address and the event you are joining.
b) LandBank Branch, Date, Time and amount Deposited

Online Registration will close on April 30,2011

On-site Registration will be 1000.00PhP starts 5:30 am on event day.

WELCOME AND ENJOY THE RACE!!!

May 14, 2011 Race Day

5:30 Registration Duathlon
7:00 Opening Program
7:30 First event Duathlon Female
9:00 Duathlon Male
10:30 Airsoft competition
12:00 Lunch
12:30 Registration XC race
1:00 Offroad Motorcycle show
2:00 XC Male Novice
3:30 XC Male Open
5:00 XC Female Open
6:30 Event OfficiallyCloses/Closing Program /Awarding
7:00 Party

May 15, 2011 Trail ride to those who will decide to stay for the whole weekend.

**Subject to revisions and fine tuning

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