The heats will consist of three Iron races over a combination of standard and M Shape Courses. Each of the three heats will be a different competitor random draw and discipline order.
The proposed order of events for Day 1 of the Qualifying Event will be – all races to run consecutively:
A point score will be taken over the three heats with the top 20 going through to the finals the following day. In the event there is a tie for 20th spot – the athlete with the highest finishing place in the heats will be awarded the 20th position. If two or more athletes continue to be tied under this process, it will roll down to their next highest finishing place and so on.
The finals will consist of another three Iron races (different discipline orders) over a combination of standard and M Shape Courses.
A new and separate point score will be kept for the three finals with the top six places to be awarded a position in the 2019/20 Nutri-Grain Iron Series. In the event there is a tie for sixth position, the athlete with the highest finishing place in one of the finals will be awarded the sixth position. If two or more athletes continue to be tied under this process, it will roll down to their next highest finishing place in the finals and so on. No results from the heats will be taken into account for this process.
The proposed order of events for finals of the Qualifying Event will be – all races to run consecutively:
Courses, discipline order and field sizes may be amended if surf and weather conditions dictate.
To be eligible to compete at the Qualification Event, competitors must comply with Policy 5.04 – Competition Eligibility and the SLSA Guidelines for Competition Eligibility document (both available online at Member’s Area > Document Library > Governance/Policies > Policy 5.04)
Entries are now closed.
Entry fee into the qualification event will be $50.00 payment can be made with a credit card at the end of the entry process.
Once an invoice has been generated, entry fees are non-refundable.
Conditions of entry for international competitors: