Amazing Kids Triathlon Race 2022 (3 Series)
Amazing Kids is Pattana’s signature children race, including all 3-multi-sports disciplines in one weekend.
All 3 races will be based on a point system. The overall winner will be the person with the highest number of points. It will be fast and fun racing due to the short distances involved in all 3 race formats.
However, this year it will be done with a twist in which Amazing Kids Duathlon will be on Saturday and Triathlon, Aquathlon will be on Sunday. Which will allow the athletes to compete in one or in all 3 events over the weekend.
Series 1: 5-6 February 2022
Series 2: 9-10 July 2022
Series 3: 12-13 November 2022
For more information please contact :
TH : 065-524-9100 (Nui)
ENG : 089-668-1096 (Joe)
For all events in 2022, each athlete must take their own ATK test and present a negative test before entering the event. (take the ATK test within 24 hours before the event).
Duathlon distance 6-8 Years Old
500M Run / 4 KM Bike / 1 KM Run
Duathlon distance 9-10 Years Old
500M Run / 6 KM Bike / 1 KM Run
Duathlon distance 11-12 Years Old
1 KM Run / 6 KM Bike / 2 KM Run
Duathlon distance 13-14 Years Old
1 KM Run / 12 KM Bike / 3 KM Run
Duathlon distance 15-17 Years Old
2 KM Run / 12 KM Bike / 4 KM Run
Triathlon distance 6-8 Years Old
100M Swim / 4KM Bike / 1KM Run
Triathlon distance 9-10 Years Old
200M Swim / 6KM Bike / 1KM Run
Triathlon distance 11-12 Years Old
300M Swim / 6KM Bike / 2KM Run
Triathlon distance 13-14 Years Old
400M Swim / 12KM Bike / 3KM Run
Triathlon distance 15-17 Years Old
500M Swim / 12KM Bike / 4KM Run
Aquathlon distance 6-8 Years Old
100M Swim / 1 KM Run
Aquathlon distance 9-10 Years Old
200M Swim / 1 KM Run
Aquathlon distance 11-12 Years Old
300M Swim / 2 KM Run
Aquathlon distance 13-14 Years Old
400M Swim / 3 KM Run
Aquathlon distance 15-17 Years Old
500M Swim / 4 KM Run
At the end of each race, the top-10 finishers, in each AG (Age Group), will receive points according to the table below *.
For Amazing Kids Triathlon Race #1 and Amazing Kids Triathlon Race #2, the finishers will receive points according to the ranking as per the below table. However, the finishers will earn double points in Amazing Kids Triathlon Race #3.
These points will be accumulated race by race and after the final race of the series, the athlete with the highest number of points, in each AG format, will be crowned overall winner of Amazing Kids Triathlon Race (3 series) 2022.
Points are collected from each event within all 3 series. Award will be given per AG and not per individual sports.
Remark: The Series Champion for each AG category must attend a minimum of 2 races to be eligible to receive the overall winner prize.
|1st 2nd and 3rd Place|
|6-8 years Old||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place|
|9-10 years Old||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place|
|11-12 years Old||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place|
|13-14 years Old||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place|
|15-17 years Old||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place||1st, 2nd, 3rd Place|
*Please note that the above rates exclude 8.7% handling fee.
Amazing Kids Triathlon
By accepting terms and conditions, each participant takes the full and complete responsibility in the case of an accident that could occur during the race.
RULES AND REGULATIONS –
It is the participant’s responsibility to attend the race briefing, familiarize themselves with the rules & regulations, race flow and prearranged race courses.
1. Athletes are required to follow directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.
2. Course marshals shall have the authority to disqualify participants.
3. Medical personnel shall have ultimate and final authority to remove an athlete from the race, if the athlete is judged to be physically incapable of continuing the race without risk of serious injury or death. Medical transport of any athlete will result in a DNF (Did not finish).
4. Fraud, theft, abusive treatment of volunteers and other acts of poor sportsmanship are grounds for immediate disqualification and potential exclusion from C55 future Organizer’s sports events.
5. If an athlete decides to withdraw from the race at any time, it is the responsibility of the athlete to notify race officials. The participant will therefore not be ranked. (The Organizer will provide a transportation back to the venue).
6. The Organizers reserve the right to limit and refuse entries.
7. The Organizers reserve the right to amend the Rules and Regulations without prior notification.
8. The Organizers reserve the right to amend the race course without prior notice to participants.
9. Participants who are less than 18 at the time of the event, but not less than 16 years old, must provide signed consent to participate from their parents or legal guardians.
10. Each participant recognizes that the race requires a minimum level of training and that it must be medically (physical and mentally) fit to participate.
11. In the event of inclement weather, the Organizers reserve the right to delay the start of the race or modify the course. Should the inclement weather persist after the delay, the Organizers reserve the right to cancel the race or any portion of it (swimming, bike or run) without any refund of registration fees.
12. Each participant must wear a race number at all times while on the course. Race numbers identify the official athletes in the race. Folding, cutting the race number, intentional alteration of any kind, or failure to wear the race number so that it is plainly visible is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification.
13. Each participant will be individually responsible for repair and maintenance of their bike.
14. There will be mechanical support/service at the venue (spare parts replacements, will be pay by the participant). Each participant should however be prepared to handle any possible mechanical malfunction.
15. Participants are individually responsible for following traffic laws of Thailand and are solely responsible for the consequences of any infractions. Cyclists riding in violation of traffic laws may be disqualified. At all times, contestants should remain on the left side of the road unless directed otherwise by race marshals-official-volunteers or police. While there will be traffic control and dozens of race marshals on the bike course, it is impossible to close the roads for the complete duration of the event. Therefore, at all times during the race, participants have to be aware that cars will be on the road and take all necessary safety precautions. Cyclist riding on the right side of the road, beyond the line dividing the lanes, will be disqualified and will be held responsible for any accident arising from it.
16. Foul language or other unsportsmanlike conduct directed at race officials, police, volunteers, medical personal, rescues, spectators and other athletes is strictly forbidden and may result in disqualification.
17. Participants must wear a proper triathlon/bicycle apparel (Athlete’s torso must be covered all time) and during the entire race. Half Zip open is all right. Any athlete without TOP, will result in a DNF (Did not finish).
18. The timekeeping will be carried out by an electronic timing system. All the participants (according to the category) will receive a timing device that includes a sensor, for timekeeping. This timing device will be used to control the race at various points on the route and to provide race timing for each participant.
19. Follow the prescribed course. It is the participant’s responsibility. Participants must cover the prearranged course in its entirety. If a participant must exit the course, they shall re-enter the course at the same point of departure before continuing.
20. Participants competing in the same race may assist each other as following: nutrition and drinks, pumps, tires, inner tubes, and puncture repair kits. No outside assistance is allowed, except at the aid stations by race officials.
21. The participant accepts and agree to the free use of his image captured in the form of photographs or video recording, and grants the Organizer loyalty-free license to use it in all fields of usage, including preservation and dissemination in any form and introduction to computer memory, used to promote and conduct Organizer’s events, providing sponsors and partners events to promote them in the context of participation in the event, posting and publishing in Organizer publications for promotional printed materials, in newspapers, social media, promotional VDOs, websites, communications TV and radio.
22. The Participant gives consent for their personal data included in the application, to be processed for the purposes of the recruitment process of the Organization.
23. All parent or legal guardian, must sign “Liability Waiver” before the race.
24. Triathlon are an environmentally friendly activity and litter is strictly forbidden. Not dispose of trash or equipment on the courses (except at aid stations or other designated trash-disposal points). Intentional or careless littering will result in disqualification.
25. In the case of disqualification, nor race results will be listed for disqualified participants.
26. Each Age Group (AG) has its own separate race. At the end of each race, the top 3 finishers in each AG, will be presented a trophy.
27. Points can be earned in each Age Group (AG) as follows:
At the end of each race, the top-10 finishers, in each AG, will receive points according with the table below *. For AMZ#1 and AMZ#2, the finishers will receive points according to the ranking as per below table. However, the finishers will earn double points in AMZ#3. These points will be accumulating race by race and after the final race of the series, the athlete with highest number of points, in each AG format, will be crowned overall winner of the Amazing kids Tri Series 2021.
Remark: The Series Champion for each AG category must attend minimum of 2 races to be eligible to receive the overall winner prize.
*Table of points:
TRIATHLON & DUATHLON:
Non-traditional or unusual bikes are illegal, unless prior to the start of the race, approval has been granted by the Race Director.
FINISH LINE CONDUCT:
TRANSITION AREA CONDUCT:
*Force majeure French: meaning “superior force”, also known as “chance occurrence, unavoidable accident”. Is a common clause in contracts that essentially frees both parties from liability or obligation when an extraordinary event or circumstance beyond the control of the parties, such as a war, strike, riot, crime, or an event described by the legal term act of God (hurricane, flood, earthquake, volcanic eruption, etc.), prevents one or both parties from fulfilling their obligations under the contract. In practice, most force majeure clauses do not excuse a party’s non-performance entirely, but only suspend it for the duration of the force majeure.
TIMING CHIP LOSS:
LOSS & FIND:
CUT OFF TIMES:
UNIVERSAL COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES
At our events, athletes and all events partners’ safety is the highest priority.
we have created a solid safety protocol plan. This plan has been designed to keep all racers, spectators, volunteers and staff safe. The plan is meeting strict government requirements.
It is based on government and expert guidance, local rules and regulations, WHO recommendations, existing industry best practices, and customer feedback. Cleaning and Sanitization
1. Reduced customer touchpoints to minimize physical interaction between racers, spectators and event staff.
2. Additional cleaning and sanitization of customer touch-points at the venue, including check-in areas, toilets, medal and shirt collection, results, and at aid stations and obstacles.
3. Hand sanitiser will be available for use throughout events, including around high traffic areas, after every obstacle, in and around portable toilets. These will be refreshed by staff throughout the day.
4. The use of bottled water and pre-filled disposable paper cups.
5. Increased safety and hygiene procedures for staff and volunteers including regular hand sanitization.
Personal Protective Equipment
1. All event staff and volunteers will wear face coverings at all times. In addition to social distancing measures, racers are requested to wear a face mask while not on course.
2. Protective masks are mandatory for spectators and guardians at all times.
3. Transparent plastic shields will be installed at key interaction points, such as racer check-in, to create separation between both racers and staff.
Screening for Racers, Staff, Volunteers
1. Temperature checks will be conducted for everyone entering the venue. A person with a body temperature reading of 38 degrees Celsius + will not be allowed to enter.
2. Waiver: A new clause will be added as follows – I hereby confirm that I am not currently infected by COVID-19 and I have not been in contact with someone experiencing any of the following COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days:
Event significant changes
1. Expo village will be reduced with a wider space between the tents. All vendors will provide gel sanitiser.
2. Hand sanitiser will be available for use throughout events, including around high traffic areas, in and around toilets. These will be refreshed by staff throughout the day.
1. Wave sizes will be reduced, and courses tracks will be widened from previous standards to ensure safe spacing while running/walking and at obstacles.
2. Race briefing online available on the website and/or social media channels.
3. Waiting triathletes must stay away from the start area until the time of their wave. Our team to prepare the waiting area next to the swim platform. For Duathlon, social distancing minimum 1 meter for each runner at the starting point.
4. Mask will be mandatory for triathlete at the venue and at the swim location before the wave start. We prepare a big trash bin at the starting point.
5. In case of queuing on course, a distance of a minimum of 2m between athletes must be respected by all competitors.
6. Volunteers will be on course to remind the distancing rules and to ensure safe spacing while running/walking at obstacles and water stations.
7. No hug or shake hand at the finish line
1. Awards ceremony will be held in a way that social distancing is respected. (2m distance. No hug or shake hands allowed)
2. Food and beverage after the race will be pre-packaged (Bottles or pre-filled cups).
This safety protocol is subject to change at our events discretion according to the epidemic situation near race date and recommendation from the ministry of health and government authorities