Chennai Iron Triathlon, Dec 16th – Registrations Open

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Event Summary

Date: Dec 16, 2017
Categories: Sprint, Olympic, Half Iron (Closed – postponed from July Triathlon), 3/4, Full Iron (New Registrations Open)
Objective: non-profit event to promote an active lifestyle through sports
Associated cause: CTC’s zero-waste model community Srinivasapuram
Venue: Ottiyambakkam, 1 hour South of Chennai
Category Swim Cycle Run Fees
Sprint 750m 20K 5K 400Rs
Olympic 1.5K 40K 10K 500Rs
Half Iron 1.9K 90K 21K 600Rs
3/4 Iron 2.9K 125K 32K 800Rs
Full Iron 3.9K 180K 42K 1000Rs
Swim: open still waters (150m long open waters)
Cycling: OMR (Old Mahabalipuram Road), suitable for road bikes. Participants to bring own cycle or rent one (available stores: Probikers, Balaji Cycles, Just Rent Cycles, Just Buy Cycles)
Run: 10K loop on tar road / dirt track
Category Start Cut off (Men) Cut off (Women)
Full Iron 6:00 AM 18 hours 19 hours
3/4 Iron 6:00 AM 15 hours 16 hours
Sprint 7:00 AM 3 hours 3.5 hours
Half Iron 1:00 PM 9 hours 10 hours
Olympic 2:00 PM 6 hours 7 hours
The venue is located within 1 hour drive from city (will be announced in next few weeks)
Nearby hotels are available for outstation participants
Refreshments at aid Stations: swim + cycle (every 20K) + run (every 3K)
Sandwiches offered at cycle aid stations (Half+3/4+Full Iron) / finish line (All)

BIB Distribution
BIB can be collected either at Friday evening at Agni College or Saturday morning at the venue
Participation shirt – optional (350Rs, Kalenji brand with Chennai Triathlon logo)
Finisher Medal (only if finishing within cut-off timing)
Timings will be tracked manually by volunteers
Free photographic coverage provided 1-2 days after event
Bay of Life – Swim partner
Probikers – Bike partner
Alert – First Aid Partner

Associated Cause

Chennai is suffering from an every growing garbage footprint. More than 6000 tonnes of mixed garbage leave the city each day causing significant environmental and health impact. Chennai Trekking Club is actively working on creating a zero waste model community at Srinivasapuram on the estuary of the Adyar river as an example for the rest of the city to follow. In a first phase we are engaged in cleaning up this beautiful hamlet near the sea while at the same time creating awareness on the need to segregate waste. We are setting up a self sustainable waste management model to make the community waste free through door collection, recycling and setting up a compost yard. Trees will be planted to green the hamlet and compost will be used as manure to grow the same. Regular updates are posted on FB of this 1 year project covering 5000 homes.

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