Aquathlon is a multisport race consisting of elements of continuous running and swimming. Competitors complete a swim immediately followed by a run of varying distances in a continuous swim and run event.
|Categories||Date of birth|
|Seniors||Born in 2003 and older|
|Children 2||Born 2011-2013|
|Children 1||Born in 2014 and younger|
|Masters 1||Born 1983-1993|
|Masters 2||Born 1972-1982|
|Masters 3||Born 1971 and older|
|Children 1||100 meters||
Start package – chip (issued at race registration on Sunday), regular backpack, gift from sponsors, insurance, and a Dry Fit T-shirt if you chose that option. Start package pickup will be on Saturday, August 26, 2023, from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM at K’J Divono Beach (map). On the same day from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM at K’J Divono beach, we will be available to all those who need further explanation about the route and of course to answer any questions you may have regarding the races, maps, and everything else.
Note: The organizer reserves the right to change the starter package.
Swimming takes place on the “KJ Divono beach” and it is laid out as a triangle. The start is in front of the beach itself and competitors start from within the water. A trail map is in the works and will be posted as soon as it is ready.
The race takes place on the “Studencishta” track to its end point near the bridge at the Studencishta canal. The running route map is under construction and will be posted as soon as it is ready.
The race is the official Aquathlon State Championship.
Participants are obliged to follow the rules of ITU (International Triathlon Union) and TFNM (Triathlon Federation of North Macedonia) and participation in the race is their own responsibility and all the consequences are the responsibility of the competitors.
07:00 AM – 08:00 AM
The timetable will be published additionally and it depends on the total number of participants by category.
Note: If the total number of participants exceeds the number predicted for 2023 by category, the organizer reserves the right to move some of the races to August 26, Saturday, for which all participants will be promptly notified.
The transition will be on the concrete pad immediately after exiting the water and it will be marked appropriately for each competitor (by starting number).
There will be two refreshment stations on the running track (water, electrolytes, and fruits).
The map is being made for the start/finish zone and the running route, and we will publish it when it is ready.
Each participant who completes the race will receive a medal/finisher while all first place competitors will receive a medal and a diploma.