19 SEPTEMBER 2021
19 SEPTEMBER 2021
(mandatory for non-licensees)
The Kids Triathlon is an opportunity for young people aged 8 to 15 to learn about triathlon and competition in a friendly spirit thanks to courses and distances adapted to their physical capacities.
The children are divided into categories according to their age, to enable them to practice with other children of their level.
Chicks (8-9 years old) and Pupils (10-11 years old) :
50m of swimming
2km of cycling
400m of running
Benjamins (12-13 years old) and Minimes (14-15 years old) :
100m of swimming
3.5km of cycling
1km of running
To collect your bib, please bring your withdrawal slip and an identity document (or photocopy).
Bibs are collected at the Jean Gaillardon Sports Complex – Les Salines in La Baule-Escoublac. A car park is available, so we advise you to park there and then walk to the embankment (800 m away).
In order to ensure your safety, the municipality of La Baule and the municipal and national police, assisted by volunteers, are setting up a special system, so we kindly ask you to respect the instructions they will give you.
For the inhabitants of the town, no vehicle must remain parked on the course, otherwise it will be impounded immediately. For spectators, it will be impossible to cross the course outside the passages provided for this purpose.
For the safety of the course, we would like to thank: the ASM 85, the CFI SNSM of Vendée, the CKCPA, the National and Municipal Police of La Baule.
Thanks also to the medical corps: the doctors and nurses, the fire brigade of La Baule, the Red Cross of Saint Nazaire, the Federal Union of Osteopaths of France.
Parents will not be allowed in the Central Area and in the departure areas. Children will be managed by volunteers between the time parents drop them off and pick them up.
Parents will be asked to take their children to the town hall before the race. At this time all instructions will be given to the parents and children. It is also in front of the town hall that the parents will pick up their children after the race.