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Please note the Volcano Traithlon
Club La Santa the spirited people and the fantastic atmosphere have made it a favourite event with hundreds of elite and amateur triathletes. For the second time this year there is a new course and the opportunity to participate in a Relay Competition.
The swim goes around the sea water lagoon at Club La Santa on a
clearly marked course. The water temperature is approx 21º C and wetsuits are allowed. Water conditions are good and very safe.
40K Bike Course (No drafting)
The bike course consists of two loops starting and finishing at Club La Santa. Upon leaving the Stadium at Club La Santa you will turn right and at the roundabout head left towards Caleta de Caballo, then onto Soo, Famara, the surfers paradise, and back to Club La Santa round about. You will make two loops of the bike course. The aim is to improve the safety on the cycle route with the support of the police and the town hall.
The run starts and finishes at the Stadium and is a two loop course. Leaving the Stadium you turn left, you pass the Hotel Reception and head towards the lagoon; you keep on until reaching the turn point on the road to La Santa village. After the turn point you will return to the Stadium and then repeat the same course to complete the 10K.
Timing – The ChampionChip is selected as the official timing system and mandatory for all competitors to wear; it must be attached to the left ankle and must be worn throughout the race. The ChampionChip can be rented at the time of registration for a
deposit of 25 € which is refundable after the race. If athletes
wish to use their own ChampionChip it is essential they bring it
with them when registering.
Medical Service – Full medical care is available during the race. Our race doctor will be at the start/finish line and Red Cross will ensure first aid on the course.
The Event organization reserves the right to make changes to the Volcano