2016 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup

29 Oct, 2016 • Miyazaki, Japan • Event Website
Start Lists
Results

Prize money distribution. Elite men and women:
1st. 7,500 USD
2nd. 6,000 USD
3rd. 4,500 USD
4th. 3,000 USD
5th. 2,100 USD
6th. 1,800 USD
7th. 1,500 USD
8th. 900 USD
9th. 675 USD
10th. 525 USD
11th. 450 USD
12th. 375 USD
13th. 300 USD
14th. 225 USD
15th. 150 USD


Visa Letter
If you need a letter of invitation to obtain your visa to attend the Miyazaki event, please send the following information to miyazaki_office@nta.co.jp:
1. Name as it appears on your passport
2. Date of birth
3. Age
4. Sex
5. Passport number
6. Passport expiration date
7. Position (coach, athlete, etc.)
8. Length of Stay in Japan
9. Accommodation Hotel during the Yokohama event
10. Date of arrival to Japan
11. Date of departure from Japan
12. Email address to send invitation letter
13. Postal address to send invitation letter


SWIM
Number of laps: 2laps
Start Mechanism: Deep water
Conditions: Inland Sea
*Water temperature:25℃-26℃ Celsius

BIKE
Number of laps: 8lap
Well Paved. Totally flat and partly relatively hilly course

RUN
Number of laps: 4lap
Totally flat


*as of on 13 October 2016 10:00 am
Water Temperature 23℃
Air Temperature 24℃
*Cloudy *Northeasterly winds

*as of on 13 October 2016 13:00 am
Water Temperature 23℃
Air Temperature 23.5℃
*Cloudy *Northeasterly winds

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Athletes Briefing:

Thu, 27th October
16:30- 17:00 Elite Registration
17:00- 17:45 Elite Race Briefing
17:45- 18:00 Race Package Distribution

Entry Fee:

Free for overseas Elite athletes

Prize Money:

60 000 USD

Event Schedule

Thu, 27th October
14:00- 14:30 Press Briefing
14:30- 15:00 Press Conference
16:30- 17:00 Elite Registration
17:00- 17:45 Elite Race Briefing
17:45- 18:00 Race Package Distribution
18:00- 19:30 Welcome Party

Fri, 28th October
13:00- 14:00 Bike Course Familiarization
14:00- 15:00 Swim Course Familiarization

Sat, 29th October
08:30- 09:30 Elite Women Athletes’ Lounge Check In
09:00- 09:45 Elite Women Transition Check In
09:00- 09:45 Swim Warm Up
9:50 Athlete’s Introduction
10:00 Elite Women - Start

12:15- 12:30 Elite Women Medal Ceremony

11:30- 12:30 Elite Men Athletes’ Lounge Check In
12:00- 12:45 Elite Men Transition Check In
12:00- 12:45 Swim Warm Up
12:50 Athlete’s Introduction
13:00 Elite Men - Start

15:15- 15:30 Elite Men Medal Ceremony

Sun, 30th October
9:00 - Age Group Standard distance

Closest Airport

Miyazaki Airport
http://honyaku.j-server.com/LUCMAB/ns/tl.cgi/http://www.miyazaki-airport.co.jp/?SLANG=ja&TLANG=en&XMODE=0&XCHARSET=utf-8&XJSID=0

Visa Letter
If you need a letter of invitation to obtain your visa to attend the Miyazaki event, please send the following information to miyazaki_office@nta.co.jp:
1. Name as it appears on your passport
2. Date of birth
3. Age
4. Sex
5. Passport number
6. Passport expiration date
7. Position (coach, athlete, etc.)
8. Length of Stay in Japan
9. Accommodation Hotel during the Yokohama event
10. Date of arrival to Japan
11. Date of departure from Japan
12. Email address to send invitation letter
13. Postal address to send invitation letter

Local Transportation

Pick up available between Miyazaki Airport and the HQ Hotel.
Please contact NIPPON TRAVEL AGENCY ryo_murozumi@nta.co.jp or by phone at +81-80-3434-9285

Host Hotel

Hotel reservation:Please contact directly by e-mail yoyaku@seagaia.com

Homestay

None

  • Technical Delegate
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  • Website
    http://miyazaki-tri.com/
  • Event Contact
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  • Phone
    +81-3-5469-5401
  • Fax
    +81-3-5469-5403
  • Address

    Japan Triathlon Union 2nd Eirai Building, 1-3-8, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-0002, Japan

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