FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You can sign up until 31st Mai 2022.
Yes, you can still change all your personal details (except the name for individual athletes) under the link that was sent in the confirmation email.
Yes, no StartPASS is required for the Sprint and Olympic distances.
The entry fee for the two disciplines includes the start numbers and a sticker set, the swimming cap, food on the course, timing, medical care, a personal certificate for download and winner prizes.
Yes, the sprint distance is open to everyone born in 2004 and older, for the Olympic distance age group 2006 is required. If you are not yet of age, your liability waiver must be signed by a parent or guardian.
We will be running a youth triathlon, more information will follow.
The starting blocks are divided according to age categories. A starting block consists of approximately 250 athletes. Within the starting block you can divide yourself according to your estimated swim time.
The start will be a rolling start, i.e. five athletes will start every 10 seconds.
The exact age categories will be published on the website as soon as possible.
Only if the water temperature is below 15.9° C. If the water temperature is above 22° C, the wearing of wetsuits is prohibited. Between 15.9° C and 22° C it is up to you whether you want to wear a wetsuit.
No, drafting is not allowed.
Yes, any triathlon bikes, mountain and city bikes are allowed.
The entire course, i.e. the cycling and running course, is closed off and not accessible to other road users. However, it cannot be ruled out that there may be passers-by on the route. So you still have to be careful and show consideration.
The company triathlon can be completed in both disciplines, the classification will be adjusted accordingly.
No, a team must always consist of three athletes.
It is possible to do the ZC3 in two different competitions, for example sprint and Olympic distance or as an individual athlete and in a team. However, we only recommend this for rather fast athletes and do not assume any responsibility that it will work out and that both starts can be made. Please note that the communicated start times may still vary slightly. The definitive and more detailed schedule will be posted as soon as possible.
The courses and the whole event area are barrier-free. We are looking forward to the participation of numerous handicapped athletes.
Yes, for the sprint distance it’s 3 hours, for the Olympic distance it’s 4 hours.
The Cut-Off-Time for the swim course in the Olympic distance is 60 minutes and in the Sprint distance 50 minutes.