2022 TINMAN KZN SERIES
The TinMan Series is perfect for those who like to keep moving and it’s the oldest the biggest family Tri-Series in South Africa. The series was started in 1999 and has become very popular nationally and a household name to many athletes.
The TinMan series is a fun, family orientated series that includes multiple events during a calendar year, all of them taking place at the same venue, utilising full road closure and flat running routes. The Tinman Series is a popular family orientated series that includes 3 Triathlon events on the day as well as a 10km running race and a duathlon.
Come join us for this ultimate family multisport event in 2022, enter the first one and watch how your fitness and racing improves during the year!
- 10km Run (12yrs up)
- Mini Tri (200m Swim / 5km Cycle / 2.5km Run) 8yrs up.
- Sprint Tri (600m Swim / 22km Cycle / 5km Run) 15yrs up.
- Sprint RELAY TEAM (600m Swim / 22km Cycle (4 laps) / 5km Run)
- Challenge Tri (1.2km Swim / 32km Cycle (6 laps) / 10km Run) 17yrs up.
- Challenge RELAY TEAM (1.2km Swim / 32km Cycle (6 laps) / 10km Run)
- Challenge Duathlon (10km Run / 32km Cycle (6 laps) / 5km Run) 17yrs up.
Registration Venue: Suncoast Sundeck
- 10km Run Challenge Duathlon & Challenge Tri: 5:45am to 6:30am
- Sprint Tri: 6:30am to 7:30am
- MiniTri: 6:30am to 7:30am
Bike Racking will be at the same time as registration. Once you register, you enter the transition directly from registration - secure area.
- 6:45am: 10km Run & Challenge Triathlon & Duathlon
- 7:40am: Sprint Triathlon
- 8:15am: Mini Triathlon
- 10km Run: R140.00
- Mini Tri: R230.00
- Sprint Tri: R430.00
- Sprint Relay Team of 2: R230.00 (pp.) / of 3: R160.00 (p.p.)
- Challenge Tri: R500.00
- Challenge Relay Team of 2 R260.00 (pp.) / of 3: R175.00 (p.p.)
- Challenge Duathlon: R470.00
All entries now include Unlimited access to FREE Race Day Photo’s from Instapix.
Also included is an awesome safe fun family event, Finishers medals or similar and a Finishers Drink as well as lucky draw prizes and Winners prizes.
ENTRIES CLOSE THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT BEFORE EACH EVENT.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO PRINT AND COMPLETE YOUR COVID-19 HEALTH DECLARATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION. Download the form here: COVID-19 Health Declaration Form
Very Important information:
- Each competitor must download and print a COVID health form HEREto hand in at registration.
- FINAL Race Instructions will be emailed on the Friday before each event.
- This event is DRAFT LEGAL.
- Athletes need to sanitize and have their temperature checked as they enter the venue (Stations to be provided)
- Athletes need to wear a mask until they walk down to the swim start and reapply once finished.
- Athletes will be set off in mass wave starts
- Team entries are allowed
- Staff and officials will be kept to a minimum to comply with regulations.
- Water tables will be self-service (32Gi Sachets and water Sachets provided)
- All competitors will receive and ice-cold aQuellé at the finish line and a finishers keyring or medal at the finish.
- Due to the ever-growing pollution of our planet, our race numbers are recycled and reused. Please remember to hand them in at the finish line to receive your medal.
More information: www.bactive.com/events/
This event supports team entries for certain classes. Team sizes range from 2 - 3 participants per team.
Classes and pricing
Available classes for the event
|Class||Distance||Start Time||Price (pp)||2 person team (pp)||3 person team (pp)|
|Mini Tri||7.7 km 200m Swim / 5km Cycle / 2.5km Run||06:50||R 230.00||-||-|
|Sprint Tri||0.6 km Swim / 20km Cycle / 5km Run||07:30||R 430.00||-||-|
|Sprint Team||0.6 km Swim / 20km Cycle / 5km Run||07:30||-||R 230.00||R 160.00|
|10 km Run / 32km Cycle / 5km Run||07:45||R 470.00||-||-|
|10km Running||10 km||08:00||R 140.00||-||-|
|Challenge Tri||1.2 km Swim / 32km Cycle / 10km Run||08:20||R 500.00||-||-|
|Challenge Team||1.2 km Swim / 32km Cycle / 10km Run||08:35||-||R 260.00||R 175.00|
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