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Doha Triathlon 2020 – Friday February 7th

Organized by Qatar Cycling and Triathlon Federation

Qatar’s premier triathlon returns to MIA park for a festival of sport. With distances from super sprint to full Olympic and individual, team relay and youth options, the Doha Triathlon has something to offer all abilities. This is the one race which everyone wants to do.
Qatar’s best will compete to be their country’s National Champion with the spectacular backdrop of the iconic Museum of Islamic Art.

 

CATEGORIES

  • Youth Duathlon (age 7-9, 10-11, 12-13)
  • Youth Super Sprint (age 14-15)
  • Junior Sprint (age 16-19)
  • Open (age 20+)
  • Veteran (age 40+)Qatari (age 20+)
  • Veteran Qatari (age 40+)
  • SPRINT TEAM RELAY
  • OLYMPIC TEAM RELAY

DISTANCES AND PRICES

The listed prices are for QCTF members only. To become a member, select the option to apply for membership while registering for the event. Alternatively you can buy a one day licence for 50 QAR (not applicable for youth and teams).

QATAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (16+) – 300 QAR (83 $)
750m Swim / 20km Cycle, 5km run
(born on and before 7.2.2004, Qatari only)

MINI KIDS (limited to 65 places) – 50 QAR (14 $)
125m run, 275m bike
(born on and after 8.2.2013)

YOUTH DUATHLON (7-13) – 75 QAR (21$)
7-9 born 8.2.2010 – 7.2.2013,
10-11 born 8.2.2008 – 7.2.2010
750m run / 2km cycle / 1.25km run

12-13: born 8.2.2006 – 7.2.2008
750m run / 11,5km cycle / 2.5km run

SUPER SPRINT (14+) – 200 QAR (55 $)
375m Swim / 11,5km Cycle, 2.5km run
(born on and before 7.2.2006)

SPRINT (16+) individual: 300 QAR (83 $), team: 400 QAR (110 $)
750m Swim / 20km Cycle, 5km run
(born on and before 7.2.2004)

OLYMPIC (18+ ) – individual: 400 QAR (110 $), team: 500 QAR (137 $)
1500m swim / 37km Cycle / 10km Run
(born on and before 7.2.2002)

Age eligibility: for youth categories, your age on 7th February 2020 is what counts. For junior and senior categories, your age group is defined by age on 31st August 2020 for the Qtri-series standings purposes.

 

RACE PACK PICK UP

  • Thursday afternoon from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in MIA park Richard Serra Sculpture
  • Friday, race morning different times for different categories. Please check the schedule and arrive early to allow yourself time to set up your gear in transition.

EVENT SCHEDULE

6th February, Thursday
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM Registration, chip pick-up, bike racking
7th February, Friday
4:45 AM Bike mechanic support opens.
4:45 AM Transition area opens, registration opens
6:05 AM Race briefing Qatar National Championships
6:10 AM QATAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP starts
6:20 AM Transition area closes
6:25 AM Race briefing Olympic and Sprint distance
6:35 AM OLYMPIC TRI wave starts
6:45 AM  SPRINT TRI wave starts
7:45 AM – 8:45 AM Super Sprint and youth duathlon registration and bike racking
8:25 AM Ceremony for Qatar National Championship and Sprint distance
8:50 AM Race briefing Super Sprint
9:00 AM SUPER SPRINT including YOUTH (14-15) wave starts
9:05 AM YOUTH DUATHLON (12-13) start
9:15 AM YOUTH DUATHLON (7-9, 10-11) start
9:50 AM MINI KIDS start
10:00 AM CEREMONY

TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE (depending on the weather prognosis)

WETSUIT USE is optional (expected water temperature around 20C)

RACE CUT OFF TIMES

Athletes must be clear from Corniche road by 10 AM.
All races finish by 10:45 AM

QATAR NATIONAL TRIATHLON SERIES

To be eligible to score ranking points in the QATAR NATIONAL TRIATHLON SERIES (also the other QCTF MTB and road cycling leagues) and receive cheaper entry fees, you must be a QCTF member. To become a member, select the option to apply for membership while registering for the event.

SERIES – About the Series / Point system / Categories – LINK (ENG)
SERIES – About the Series / Point system / Categories – LINK (AR)

RACE INFORMATION –  LINK (ENG)

** TEAM RELAYS are not included in the QTriSeries points system **

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN SCORE SERIES POINTS TOWARDS YOUR NATIONAL RANKING IN ALL THESE RACES: QATAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, SPRINT AND OLYMPIC RACE DISTANCES. SUPER SPRINT & TEAM RELAYS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO SCORE POINTS IN THE SERIES