|Updated Oct. 2018|
1. Club Champions
(male and female) are determined by the most wins and then the highest points
scored in the Long Course over a minimum of 5 races. If two or more
competitors have equal wins and equal race points, joint awards will be
2. Age Championships will be determined by a points system, where competitors earn points according to the race distance they compete in and their finishing position for a minimum of 5 races over any distance.
|3. In the event of two or more competitors scoring equal points over the season, joint Age Championship awards will be declared.|
|4. Age Category points are cumulative, regardless of which distance a competitor participates in. A competitor who participates in Long, Short and Fun Tri distances will have all their points added together.|
5. A competitor must
have paid the race entry fee to be considered as having entered or started a
race. A cancelled race where no race fees have been paid does not
count as a race for eligibility purposes.
6. The Committee may choose to reduce the number of races required for eligibility purposes if there have been any cancelled races throughout the season.
|7. Competitors must start a race to earn points and have it count for eligibility purposes. One point will be awarded for any race a competitor starts but does not finish.|
|8. Points for each race are allocated according to finishing position and not according to age category; ie first male over the line and first female over the line always get the highest points on offer regardless of which age category they are in.|
|9. In the event of a race being call off after it has started or if no official results are recorded, all starters will receive the equivalent points normally allocated to 3rd place over that distance.|
10. Being a non-racing
official or race marshal on a race day entitles you to one Age Championship
point but does not count as a race for eligibility purposes; ie you must
actually race 5 times to qualify.
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Wild Dog Triathlon Club (WDTC) was formed in September 1997 when a group of interested athletes got together to train in Warragul. The first events held by WDTC were held at Blue Rock Dam at Willow Grove.