Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Is the Entry Fee?
Entry fee is €60,00 *
No Late Entry Fee: Fee includes, race entry, race number, Legend T-Shirt, free camping, free showers, free parking, hot meal, water & food stations, course map, marshals & access to first aid.
* Plus 3.5% Processing Fee + 0,45 € Transaction Fee.
When Is the Closing Date?
Entries will close Friday 15th July 2022 @ 18:00. There will be a chance for late entry on the day of the race between 09:15 – 11:00, however individual timing may not be possible. Click here for Late Registration details.
Can I Enter as Part of a Team?
It will also be your responsibility to get your team mate to the allocated change over point. He/she must use the team “dibber” to clock in at designated check points.
Is There an Age Limit?
Yes, unfortunately due to insurance reasons competitors must be over 18.
Where Do I Register and Do, I Have To?
Yes, you must register either online or in person on the morning of the race or you will not be allowed to compete.
Please Note: There will be a limited number of late registrations available for each race wave on the day, so it’s advisable to pre-register online.
What Will Be the Crack at Registration?
What Time Is Bib Collection?
Bib collection for each wave is from the following times:
N.B: Please do not arrive before your allocated bib number collection time.
How can a request a refund?
Refund requests must be made no later than 18:00 (06:00 p.m.) on Friday, 17th June 2022. Refund requests can be made by completing our refund request form.
If a refund request has been accepted, you will be refunded the full entry fee paid (less the Processing & Transaction Fee).
Deferral requests must be made no later than 18:00 (06:00 p.m.) on Friday, 15th July 2022. Deferral requests can be made by completing our deferral request form.
If a deferral request has been accepted, you will be deferred to next years event.
Please Note: Any requests made after the above dates will not be accepted.
Distances & Timetable
What Categories Are There?
Total: 25 km
How Do I Know Which Section of Mini, Sport or Ultra I Should Enter?
We have broken each race into 3 categories. Gold, Silver & Bronze.
- Gold Competitor: One who trains regularly (5 times/week), competes regularly in endurance events and generally finishes in the top one third of finishers.
- Silver Competitor: Trains 3 or 4 times a week, competes once every 2 to three weeks and generally finishes in the middle of the field.
- Bronze Competitor: Athletes who compete now and again for fun, trains now and again for fun and finishes an event for fun. Competitors new to Adventure Racing.
Is This Course/Event Suitable for Beginners?
There will also be several marshals along the way with first aid and other back up services should you get into difficulty.
What Time Will the Race Start At?
Each race category will begin at the following times:
What Is the Story with Prizes?
Do I Need to Be Able to Navigate/Read A Map?
While it is always important to have knowledge of where you are and where you are going, navigation skills are not necessary. The course will be well singed and marshalled. Just know which category you are in: Mini (25 km), Sport (45 km) or Ultra (65 km).
Where Can I Find the Race Maps?
All the race maps can be found here.
How is the event timed?
Do I need to wear the chip for the entire race?
Yes, timing mats will be set up to record splits for each leg and transition. If you do not have the chip on when you cross the finish line you are not guaranteed a finish time.
Where do I wear the chip?
Your timing chip is built-in to your bib number and is usually worn on the upper body.
Safety, Equipment & Training
Are There Any Training Events Coming Up?
Will There Be A Safety Brief Prior To Race Start?
Yes, each category will have a race brief prior to race start. It will give instructions & information regarding transition area, directions, health & safety and what to do if…
What About Mandatory Equipment?
The mandatory kit is:
- Basic first aid kit (Minimum: 1 x Ambulance Dressing; 1 x bandage, plasters)
- Survival bag or foil blanket
- Energy food and drink
- Wind/ Waterproof Top
- Bicycle helmet and bike repair kit for cycling section only (not mandatory to carry throughout the race)
Other Items that may be required if conditions are cold or wet:
- Gloves *
- Hat (Buff Head-wear or equivalent is sufficient) *
- Spare long sleeved top*
- Small rucksack or suitable carry bag to carry above at all times except for kayak stage*
* This kit is weather forecast dependent. We’ll let you know about the weather on Saturday morning and confirm whether these additional items are needed.
You must bring all mandatory equipment with you throughout the race except on the kayak stage. A buoyancy aid must be worn on the Kayak section and a cycling helmet must be worn on the cycle stage.
It is also imperative that after the kayak section your paddle and buoyancy aid are stored properly, and after the bike section your helmet is safely put away.
What Type of Bike Is Suitable?
As the roads are all good tarmac surface, racing & road bikes are suitable. You can of course use a mountain or other type bike.
All bikes must be road worthy and our bike mechanics will be checking to make sure they are. Good tyres and brakes are essential.
The smoother and thinner your tyre, the faster you will be.
What Type of Footwear Should I Use?
While trail shoes are recommended ordinary good road running runners will suffice.
What If I Want to Use My Own Kayak?
That is not a problem but, your boat must be lake worthy and again a buoyancy aid must be worn. You can leave your boat at lakeside prior to race start.
Do You Hire Bikes?
Parking & Accommodation