Date  :  23 June 2019 (Sunday)
  Venue  :  Marina Island Pangkor, Lumut, Perak.
  E.Type  :  Triathlon

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posted on 2019-03-05 23:45:55


Jalan Utama Marina Island,
Jalan Telok Muroh,
32200 Lumut, Perak

*For room booking please email your request to or contact +6017-899 2656.
*Special room rates for participants.


posted on 2019-03-05 23:43:53


There are two federal highways linking Lumut with Ipoh and Lumut to Teluk Intan and Kuala Lumpur. Driving from Ipoh the journey takes about one hour while the journey from Kuala Lumpur takes about three hours via the federal highway from Kuala Lumpur to Teluk Intan and further on to Lumut. From Butterworth, which is situated to the north, one can use the road to Pantai Remis or Beruas and the journey will take about 2½ hours.

Most express buses are based in Terminal Aman Jaya (Ipoh), Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (Kuala Lumpur) and Pengkalan Sultan Abdul Halim (Butterworth). The taxi journey from Ipoh to Lumut takes about an hour. Air Asia offer direct flight from Ipoh-Singapore-Ipoh four times weekly.


posted on 2019-03-05 23:37:07

• Participants who completed the Online Registration agreed to abide by the rules and regulations of the event (PIT2019) that has been signed up. 
• The Organiser reserves the right to limit, accept or reject any entries without assigning any reasons thereof.  • All participants are required to complete the Online Registration entry form with accurate and correct information. 
• Once the registration is being processed, there will be NO REFUND for those who fail to show up for the race and/or withdraw from it.
• The race registration will only confirm when full payment of the race entry fee has been made.
• Race category or race entry is not transferable.
• Stictly NO CHANGES of name and race category after registration is completed. Please check and ensure all details are correct before submitting.
• On-the-spot entries will NOT be entertained.
• Whilst every reasonable precaution will be taken by the Organiser to ensure the participants' safety, participants partake in this event at their own risk and the Organiser shall not be liable for any bodily injuries, loss and/or damage to property, whether personal or otherwise, and howsoever arising.
• The Organiser reserves the right to use any photographs or recordings of the participants for any commercial or advertising purposes for any commercial advertising including legitimate purpose.
• The Race Director/Organising Committee decision is final. 
• All participants should pick up their Race Packs and Goodie Bag on the On-Site Race Registration Day which has been designated.
• Participants can appoint a friend to collect their Race Packs should they are not able to be present personally.
• Participants who do not collect their Race Pack during the scheduled date and time will be forfeited.
• There will be a Race Briefing conducted by the Organiser. First timer is encouraged to attend. However, all participants are required to download the E-Briefing (available soon) notes that contains important information, route map and guides for the event.
• A grace period of 15 minutes after the commencement of the race will be given for latecomers. Anyone who reports later than this grace period will not be allowed to participate in the race. Latecomers should be aware that their timings would have commenced when the race begins.
• A participant may be disqualified for the following reason(s):
• (a) Refusing to follow the rules and regulations and /or instructions given by the Organiser and/or Race Officials.
• (b) Consumption of alcohol, stimulants or any kind of prohibited drugs 24 hours before the race.
• Any participants decided to withdraw from the race should report to the Race Officials.
• The details on the reverse side of your RACE BIB must be filled in to enable us to contact your next-of-kin in case of emergency. 
• The Multisport Timing Chip is the sole means of race timing measurement. ?NO CHIP = NO TIMING • All participants in both the Individual and/or Relay category must ensure that their Timing Chips are securely strapped to their left or right ankle before beginning on any leg of the race. 
• The Organiser will not be responsible for any inaccuracy in participant's race timings due to improper wearing of Timing Chip.
• Minimum age for Olympic/Sprint Distance Race is 16 years of age on 31 Dec 2019 to compete in the race.
• Cut off time for Olympic Distance Race is 4 hours 30 mins. 

• All swimmers must wear the swim caps provided by the Organiser.
• All swimmers are required to wear proper swimming attire during the entire swimming course.
• Fins, paddles, pool buoys, snorkels or any swimming aids are not allowed.
• Wetsuits are not allowed.
• Safety Buoy are allowed. (Recommended)
• Support crews are not allowed. Any assistance received during the swim will result in immediate disqualification (with the exception of medical aid).
• No one is permitted in the swim course other than the participants and officials.
• Swimmers in difficulty shall signal the safety boat/kayak for assistance.

• All participants are required to use their own bicycles, helmet and all attires for the race. Organiser will NOT provide any of these items to the participants if they did not bring.
• All cyclists must wear a helmet during the entire cycling course. Any cyclist seen riding without a helmet will result in immediate disqualification.
• All cyclists must ensure that their helmets are securely fastened before leaving the transition area.
• All cyclist must ensure that their race numbers are clearly visible at the back of their cycling attires at all times.
• Bare torso is not allowed at all times.
• Participant may walk or run with their bicycles.
• Support vehicles and crews are not permitted. Any assistance received during cycling will result in immediate disqualification (with exception of medical aid).
• All cyclist are to keep to the left side of the road and are reminded to observe traffic rules at all times.
• All participants will have to perform their own repairs if their bicycles should breakdown.
• All participants are required to place their bicycles at the designated bicycle rack with their race numbers.
• All participants are encouraged to have their bicycles checked before the race starts.

• All runner must ensure that their race numbers are clearly visible both in front of their running attires at all times.
• Bare torso is not allowed at all times.
• Support vehicles or pacers are not allowed.

• Each Relay team must consist of minimum 2 members and not more than 3.
• Relay disciplines are non-transferable among the team members and is not replaceable by another person.
• It is only one categories for the Relay Team, either your team have all men, all women or mix men and women team.
• All participants in relay teams are responsible for passing their Timing Chip to their teammates at designated areas after completing their respective legs. Passing of Timing Chip outside of the designated area would result in immediate disqualification.  In other words, the swimmer will have to hand over the Timing Chip to the cyclist at the designated area before the cyclist collects his/her bike. The cyclist will have to rack his/her bike before handling over the Timing Chip to the runner at the designated area.

• All bicycles racks are numbered according to the race numbers of every participants. 
• All participants are required to place their bicycles at the designated bicycle rack with their race numbers.
• A basket is provided by the Organizer to each participant to place their belongings tidily.
• Participants must not interfere with another participants belongings.
• Cycling is not permitted in the Transition Area. 

• In the event of inclement weather, the Organizer reserves the right to delay the commencement of the race.
• Should the inclement weather persist after the delay, the Organizer reserve the right to further delay or postpone the race without any refund of registration fees. 

• Triathlon is a physically demanding sport. Therefore, if you are unsure of your physical health condition, please seek medical advice from a medical professional before your register for the race.
• Participants are advised against the consumption of alcohol, stimulants or any kind of prohibited drugs 24-hours before the race.
• Participants are to ensure that they are physically prepared, well-rested and well-hydrated on the race day.
• Should a participant feels unwell in the course of the race, he/she should stop and seek immediate medical attention from the on-course ambulance or at the finishing area.
• If a participant is deemed to be physically incapable of continuing the race eg. severe dehydration, dizzyness, fainting; the Race Officials and/or Medical Practitioner has the rights to remove him/her from continuing the race. The Organizer's decision is final in determining the removal/disqualification of the participant(s). 

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