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REGENT 5150 Triathlon Subic Bay | June 4, 2017

REGENT 5150 Triathlon Subic Bay | June 4, 2017

Registration is still on-going for the REGENT 5150 Triathlon Subic Bay happening on June 4, 2017!


ENTRY FEES:

Individual Entry Fees
Early bird entry 1 Oct 2016 – 31 Oct 2016 $150 +8% Active Fee = $162
Regular entry 1 Nov, 2016 – 30 April, 2017 $175 +8% Active Fee = $189
Late entry 1 May, 2017 – onwards $195 +8% Active Fee = $210.6
Team Entry Fee
Early bird entry 1 Oct 2016 – 31 Oct 2016 $180 +8% Active Fee = $194.4
Regular entry 1 Nov, 2016 – 30 April, 2017 $225 +8% Active Fee = $243
Late entry 1 May, 2017 – onwards

RACE SCHEDULE

No event schedule yet. We will update as soon as we get it from the organizers.

RACE COURSE

NOTE : These are still 2016 specs. We will update as soon as we get one from the organizers.

Swim Course
The Regent 5150 starts with a 1.5KM swim course, starting at ACEA beach following a counter clockwise flow. After completing the swim participants will the beach following the path to transition 1 at ACEA parking lot. From Transition area they will grab their bikes and head to the bike mount area in San Bernardo Road.

Regent-5i50-2016-Swim Start

Regent-5i50-2016-Swim

Bike Course
The Regent 5150 bike course is a 40km point-to-point bike course. After exiting the transition in ACEA, participant will turn left and head to San Bernardo road. Participant will go straight and enter the Subic International Airport to complete the bike course in the airport runway. Participants will then exit the airport and head to Argonaut Highway leading them to Corregidor road, heading to twisty road of IDESS From here participants will head back to the hilly sections and fast descents of Corregidor road bringing them back to Argonaut road. From here participants will negotiate a short climb before heading to its flat roads. Participants will then head to Rizal Highway which will lead to Transition 2 in Remy Field.

Regent-5i50-2016-Bike-rev1

Run Course
The Regent 5150 10km run will have a clockwise flow. It will start at the Transition 2 in Remy Field and then head to Rizal highway for the first turn around in Malawaan wharf. Then head back in front of Remy Field, going to Waterfront road for the second turn around near the lighthouse. Participants then head back to Remy Field for that well-deserved finish line.

Regent-5i50-2016-Run

Transition 2 and Finish (5150 and Sprint)
Regent-5i50-2016-Transition 2

CUT OFF TIME
Swim Cut-Off Time is 60 minutes after the final Age Group Participant crosses the start line timing mat to begin the swim. No competitor will be allowed to bike if they do not reach the swim exit by the cut-off time. This includes relay teams.

Bike Cut-Off time is 3 hours and 30 minutes after the final Age Group Participant crosses the start line timing mat to begin the swim. No participant will be allowed to begin the run if they do not enter transition 2 before the cut-off time. This includes relay teams.

Finish Cut-Off time is 5 hours and 30 minutes after the final Age Group Participant crosses the start line timing mat to begin the swim.

Note: Subject to change without prior notice. Updated as of April 14, 2016

REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE to register.


Source : www.regent.5150Philippines.com

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