NMB Triathlon Championships


 *** All government Covid-19 regulations applicable to events will APPLY.



Please be advised that any athlete who has tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 6 month should be medically tested and present a Doctor's (ideally sports doctor) letter advising that they have been examined and are cleared to take part in strenuous exercise.

All entrants agree to being temperature checked and the answering of relevant Covid questions prior to taking part in the event. If necessary your personal details will be passed on to the local authorities to assist with contact tracing. 

No athlete should attend an event if they are not feeling 100% on the morning of the event. 


The Championship Rules

The NMB Championships is run in accordance with the WT and TSA race rules. TSA Technical Officials, TSA Referees and marshals are in place on race day, ensuring the safety of athletes at all times.

  • It is the athlete's responsibility to know the rules
  • No unsportsmanlike behaviour will be permitted. Any abuse of race official(s), marshal(s), traffic officer(s) or competitor(s) could lead to disqualification from the race and/or the Series
  • Minimum age for racing as at 31st December is 12 years (Super-Sprint Youth Championships), 16 years (Sprint Junior Championships) and 18 years for the Senior Standard & Long distance. 
  • No prizes or event gifts will be presented at this event.
  • Race organisers and TSA Triathlon officials decisions are final.
  • TSA may at any time amend and or add to these guidelines.


  • Participants to supply their OWN Swim caps - only brightly coloured swim caps are allowed (NO black, white, silver, blue or green).
  • No swim cap, no race
  • Wetsuits are permitted in accordance with water temperatures (final decision will be announced 30 minutes before start)
  • Currently SWIMBUOYS are NOT permitted in triathlon events.
  • If race numbers are supplied, they may NOT be worn during the swim leg


  • At the bike check-in, the responsibility for the safety aspects, shall be the sole responsibility of hte athlete, however the appointed Technical Officials shall do a general observation of the bike to ensure general compliance with the equipment specifications.
  • No Helmet, no ride
  • Only approved hard shell helmets are permitted and these will be inspected on check in
  • Helmets to be clipped on and worn during the Cycle Leg and not be unclipped or removed until bike is racked
  • No cycling is permitted in or around the transition area
  • Wheels must be a spoke construction and have at least 12 spokes (no discs or tri spoke wheels will be allowed)
  • Tri-bikes and/or Tribars are permitted and all bar ends must be properly plugged
  • Upper body garment must be worn
  • Traffic rules and officials must be obeyed - NO road closures in effect for this event with the exception of Beach Road between 8th and 9th Avenue so that athletes have a safe exit and entry from Pollok Beach.
  • A time cut-off may apply during the cycle leg - such will be announced on race day
  • Supplied race number must be worn on athlete supplied race belt (facing backwards)
  • Cycle leg is DRAFT ILLEGAL for ALL races.
  • STRICTLY no littering permitted


  • Upper body garment must be worn
  • No outside assistance permitted
  • Strictly no littering permitted
  • Supplied race number must be worn on your race belt (facing forwards)
  • ONCE FINISHED, please put a mask on and collect your bike from transition
  • Sadly during Covid we ask that you please leave the race village as soon as possible


  • Results are shown live on our event website throughout the event showing your splits and overall position with a leaderboard for friends and family to follow. 



  • TSA Protest and appeal procedures will be strictly applied. If required contact the Head Referee immediately after you finish your race. 



If you set a goal for yourself and are able to achieve it, you have won your race.