For the fourth consecutive year, Xel-Há has been selected by the Mexican Triathlon Federation as venue for the National Triathlon Championship 2017. We are very proud to welcome you to this magnificent event. Register and secure your place!
Olympic Triathlon date November 18th, 2017.
Sprint Triathlon, Children and Women Beginners date November 19th, 2017.
City: Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo.
Location: Xel-Há Park, Km. 240 Carretera Chetumal-Puerto Juárez, Xel-Há, Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo
Host Hotel: Bahía Príncipe Cobá
Number of competitors: 900 in the Olympic event / 900 in the Sprint, Children and Women Beginners events.
Categories: Olympic, Sprint, Children and Women Beginners. Space is limited.
Scheduled starting time: 6:30 a.m. for both November 18th and November 19th.
Special Places: August 9th to 19th.
Red Cross Benefit Dinner: From August 9th to September 30th.
General Public and Women Beginners: from August 22th to September 19th.
Registrations will be held only at the site www.triatlonxelha.com, with payment made by credit card (no service charge).
Important: registration fees are non-transferable and non-refundable. Every registered participant grants the Organizing Committee the right to use his/her name and/or image in any promotional materials relating to the Xel-Há Triathlon 2017.
Preferred Price (MXN)
Regular Price (MXN)
|From 9 to 15 years old||$720||$830|
Xel-Há Triathlon 2017 will take place on Saturday, November 18th (Olympic Triathlon), and Sunday, November 19th (Sprint Triathlon, Children and Women Beginners).
You can register choosing one of the following options:
As in previous years, the amount raised by Triathlon registrations will be donated to Flora, Fauna and Culture of Mexico, AC for its environmental conservation programs.
From August 9th to September 30th, or until places are sold out, you can register for the Triathlon through a contribution of $5,000 MXN* (five thousand pesos) per person, which will go entirely to the Red Cross of Quintana Roo.
Sunday dinner will be held on November 19th at Xcaret Park. Limited seating, sign up early!
Your contribution includes (besides competitor benefits):
If you would like a companion to attend the Benefit Dinner with you, the cost is $ 1,000 MXN per person. This invitation is optional and does not include registration for the Triathlon.
* The cost of the dinner does not include FMTRI membership (Mexican Triathlon Federation).
This category is exclusively for women who have always dreamed of completing a triathlon and want to learn the basics to get started in this sport.
The entry fee includes:
There is limited space for this category, so register in advance and do not miss your place.
More information: firstname.lastname@example.org
The registration fee does not include FMTRI membership (Mexican Triathlon Federation).
From August 9th to 19th you can register directly for the Triathlon, if you are one of the following athletes:
Qualifying events:Merida Triathlon, Manzanillo Triathlon, Palenque Triathlon, Monterrey Triathlon, Pacífico Mazatlán Grand Triathlon, La Paz Triathlon, Valle de Bravo Triathlon, Cd. del Carmen Triathlon / Tris Island, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo Triathlon.
All these Special Places can secure their place in the event, providing they register within the corresponding dates. A week before the opening of registration, we will send you an email with a link so you can sign up directly.
|9-10-11||150 m||4 km||1 km|
|12-13||300 m||8 km||1.5 km|
|14-15||IC||IP||400 m||10 km||2.5 km|
MAXIMUM BICYCLE PERFORMANCE
WOMEN BEGINNERS TRIATHLON
|Women Beginners||400 m||10 km||2.5 km|
|16 and 17||750 m||20 km||5 km|
18 to 24
|750 m||20 km||5 km|
|25 to 29||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|30 to 34||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|35 to 39||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|40 to 44||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|45 to 49||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|50 to 54||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|55 to 59||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|60 to 64||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|65 and older||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|65 to 69||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|75 and older||750 m||20 km||5 km|
|Relay SMW (Mixed)||SR2||SR3||750 m||20 km||5 km|
18 to 24
|1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|25 to 29||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|30 to 34||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|35 to 39||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|40 to 44||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|45 to 49||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|50 to 54||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|55 to 59||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|60 to 64||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|65 to 66||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|65 to 69||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|70 to 74||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|75 and 79||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|80 and older||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|Relay MW (Mixed)||R2||R3||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
ELITE AND SUB 23 TRIATHLON
|Elite Sub 23||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
|Elite||X||Y||1,500 m||40 km||10 km|
All Olympic Relay members must be at least 18 years of age and must present an official ID before receiving the Triathlon package (the birth date determining the age of the competitor is on or before December 31st).
To participate in the event, it is mandatory that you're affiliated with the Mexican Triathlon Federation during the year. Thus, it is required to have your membership current, otherwise payment can be made at www.triatlon.com.mx.
The membership is valid until January 31st, 2018.
The following Rules and Regulations apply:
For events with drafting, permitted bicycles must have the following characteristics:
The penalties for not meeting the above requirements are:
No packages can be picked up on the day of the event, nor can be collected by any person other than the competitor, nor at any other time than the established schedules.
The competitor who does not collect his/her package forfeits registration rights. All competitors must show an official ID and personally sign the liability release form at the time of package pick-up.
For minors, a copy of the participant’s ID is needed as well as the signature of his/her parent or guardian.
Important: In the event that bicycles are not picked-up at the scheduled time, Xel-Há and the Organizing Committee will not be responsible for bicycles left in the ZTR.
Body marking of competitors will be done both on arms and legs during registration day at the ZTR entrance, before dropping off bicycles. No marking will be done on the day of the Triathlon.
Information available at www.triatlonxelha.com
For partial and total timing, you will be using a sensor and timing chip that you’ll placed on your ankle during the entire competition. The chip must be returned at the end of the race..
Unofficial: may be consulted in the tent designated for that purpose.
Official: published on the day of the event at 5:00 p.m. at www.triatlonxelha.com, where participants may print their official certificate.
The Mexican Triathlon Federation will appoint Judges and their decisions will be final.
The event will observe the current regulations of the FMTRI (Mexican Triathlon Federation).
Unforeseen circumstances not included in the present document will be submitted to the authority of the Organizing Committee.
First Aid services will be available during the event. We advise all competitors to get a medical exam before the competition, as they alone, and NOT the Organizing Committee, are responsible for their health. Any special conditions, ailments or medical allergies must be mentioned in your registration form.
Prize distribution of $100,000 MXN in cash Among the Elite categories for both Men and Women.
SPRINT AND OLYMPIC CATEGORIES
Prize distribution of $30,000 MXN in cash Among the five best times in each category for both Men and Women.
Men / Women
Awards for the first three places in each category from the age of 12 (including relays).
A special raffle of surprise packages (Dolphin Swim or Manatee Encounter, or tickets to Xcaret, Xel-Há or Xplor) for the age 9-15 categories With participant number.
For the children’s category 9 -11 years old ALL FINALISTS ARE WINNERS and will be awarded.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to make any changes if it considers that the conditions for the event may affect or jeopardize the physical integrity of the competitors.
Phone: (984) 875-6008 • email@example.com • www.triatlonxelha.com
|Make the most of our special offer for competitors and add your Xel-Há admission to your registration fee.|
|Admission Xel-Há Adult*||$499 MXN|
|Admission Xel-Há Children**||$299 MXN|
* All Inclusive Admission features food, drinks, snorkeling equipment, towels and locker. DOES NOT include registration for the Triathlon.
And you, dear competitor, because without your participation this event would not be possible.
The vision of Xel-Há is to be unique in sustainable tourist entertainment. Therefore, we join the initiative presented by the Mexican Triathlon Federation (FMTRI) to promote Triathlon as a Green Sport, which aims to raise community awareness about the proper use of resources with a sustainable vision.
The fourth edition of Triathlon Xel-Há covers various activities aimed at protecting the environment and dissemination of good practice among competitors. Some of them are:
Xel-Há Natural Wonder, backed by the Triathlon Association of the State of Quintana Roo, in coordination with the Commission for Youth and Sport of Quintana Roo, the Institute of Youth and Sport of the Municipality of Tulum and Cozumel, the Mexican Triathlon Federation, and our sponsors, invite you to be part of one of this sports’ best events.
Visit us at the Triathlon Green Sport module!