2021 World Aquathlon Championships Spain
Team Manager: Please direct enquires to Linda Haywood firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Website: Click here to go to the event website
Intention to Qualify
In order to register click on the blue 'Register' button on this page and log in with your Home Nation membership number and password. You will need to be a Core or Ultimate BTF member. Please click here for membership information.
Please note, to register for this event you will need your performance details on hand to complete your submission and you will need to pay the non-refundable £10 registration fee.
For further information on how to register please click here.
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email and will be added to the registration list below.
Please ensure your registration has been successful by checking the athlete registration list below before the registration deadline, no changes will or can be be made after the registration deadlines. No late registrations including amendments will be accepted after the final registration date.
In order to be eligible to qualify and compete in this event you must be 16 on the 31st December 2021. Do not register your interest if you do not meet this age limit, you will be unable to qualify and the £10 registration fee is non-refundable.
IMPORTANT NOTE PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU REGISTER
If you are an athlete who has a Pre-Qualified (PQ) place from the 2020 team or you withdrew from the 2020 team then you needed to have registered by 5pm on the 23/10/2020. If you have missed this deadline you need to submit a result and follow the instructions below.
Please take special note of the registration cut off dates
Q1 - 5pm Friday 23rd October 2020 - Athletes with a PQ from 2020 and those athletes who were in the 2020 team but who deferred or withdrew from their place must register by this date and time. Note - PQ athletes will be given priority on team selection before deferred athletes during the Q1 period if the age group is full.
Q2 - 5pm 13th November 2020 - Athletes who have registered and whose race evidence took place from January 2019 to 5pm 29th November along with the other Q2 criteria set out above. Also, any athletes who deferred or withdrew from their place in the 2020 team may also be considered, as long as the race results meet the race qualification criteria outlined above.
Q3 - 5pm Monday 29th March 2021 - Athletes who have registered and who have used a race result which took place from July 2018 to December 2018 will be considered at the third registration cut-off date along with all other athletes who have not been allocated a place, provided race results meet the Race Qualification Criteria above.
To qualify for this event, athletes must supply a race result which meets the qualifying criteria and qualification evidence specified below.
Qualification evidence - Athletes will be required to submit performances providing the following information:
- Race name
- Race date
- Athlete finish time
- Winner of age-groups finish time
- Working link to online results
Athletes aged 15 - 16 years old and, who have not had the chance to compete in 2020 due to Covid 19, please contact email@example.com, we are allowing special dispensation for these athlete to register without a cut-off date as they have not had the chance to compete and gain a race result to qualify due to Covid 19 and may be able to gain a result in 2021. This special consideration is subject to the following conditions; A) There is room left in the required age group after each registration cut off date, B) The qualification criteria and race evidence criteria are met, C) The race entries have not been sent in and there is time for the athlete to pay the race entry fee.
Specific Race criteria:
- Event must have been chip timed
- Results must be in age bands.
- Results need to be within 115% of the winner of your age group. If you move up an age group, use the time from the winner of the age group you are moving into.
- To work out your % of time behind the winner of your age group you could use a Time Percentage Calculator like the one found here.
- Athletes must meet the cut off time criteria to qualify listed in the table below.
- Results must be valid between the following dates; July 2018 to the final registration cut off date.
- Athletes who have registered and who have used a race result which took place from January 2019 onward will be considered at Q2.
- Athletes who have registered and who have used a race result which took place from July 2018 to December 2018 will be considered at Q3.
- Events need to have the minimum distances of a 400, 750m or 1km pool or open water swim and a 5km run. Results from longer distances can be considered but you must meet the equivalent of the times below.
- Aquathlon and triathlon events are the best types of events to use as long as they meet the above distance criteria. If a triathlon result is used which is longer, the qualification time must still be met in the table below for 1 swim and the 5km distance.
- Athletes who register after Q2 will be considered at Q3.
- Race results submitted need to be of a competitive nature and not a non-competitive event. Please check with your race organiser if you are unsure. Any athlete who submits a non-competitive event result will not be considered.
- Races may be in either a time trial format, socially distanced format or, a traditional wave format. Races will become competitive 6 weeks after indoor swimming pools open in your country of residence e.g. England, Scotland, Wales. Please see the bottom of this section for more details. If pools are not open if the area where you live, you may travel to an event where pools are open to take part in a race unless it is forbidden by the government of your country of residence.
- Athletes who are found to have registered with results when they were subject to a Local Lockdown and who traveled to a race outside of their Local Lockdown area will not be considered for the team. If it is found that an athlete has been offered a place in the team after leaving their Local Lockdown area to take part in a race and therefore has undertaken unnecessary travel will be removed from the team and will not be refunded their £20 team fee or their £10 registration fee.
Aquathlon – Women’s qualification times
|AGE GROUP||1K SWIM TIME||400M SWIM TIME||750M SWIM TIME||5K RUN TIME|
Aquathlon – Men’s qualification times
|AGE GROUP||1K SWIM TIME||400M SWIM TIME||750M SWIM TIME||5K RUN TIME|
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
- If you improve your best performance before the each registration deadline and would like to update the result, you can do this by following the instructions found here and looking for "How do I change the race result I added to qualify for an ITU/ETU race."
- You do not need to contact us and specify which qualification race you are planning to do or have done. (If you need help please email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- You do not need to register before doing the race you plan to use for qualification, you can register after you have taken part in it. But, you should check the race will meet the race qualification criteria.
- We cannot tell you that your result will qualify you for the race before the registration cut off dates.
- The Team Manager and Age Group Coordinator will not change or amend results if they are incorrect, it is the athletes responsibility to ensure they have entered the right result with working race result links.
- When the chosen qualification race takes place in the year before the Championships, qualification is based on an athlete's finishing time compared to those athletes in the same age group during the year of the Championships. If athletes are moving up into an age group in 2021, their qualification is based on where their finishing time places them in the age group they will be racing in during 2021. Please see point 8.3 in the Terms and Conditions.
- We recommend you do not leave registering your intent to qualify until the last minute before each registration deadline.
- Please check there is capacity in the race to enter before you pay your £10 registration fee as this is non-refundable.
Why does it matter that pools are open again for results to be competitive?
6 weeks after indoor swimming pools were given the go-ahead to re-open, British Triathlon will deem events "competitive" again. This is so athletes have a return to racing period. Many athletes have not had access to training water, have been working extra hours or, have had significant changes to their usual routines and lives. Therefore there will be a 6 week period where racing is not competitive and results will not be viable to be used to qualify for Age Group Championships so all athletes can get used to competing again and return to fitness.
When did pools re-open after lockdown?
- Indoor swimming pools in England re-opened on the 25/07/2020, therefore the first date which races are deemed to be competitive is the 5th September.
- Indoor swimming pools in Wales are due to reopen on the 10/08/20, therefore the first date which races are deemed to be competitive is the 21st September.
- Indoor swimming pools in Scotland re-opened on the 01/09/2020, therefore the first date which races are deemed to be competitive is the 13th October 2020.
The £10 registration fees go towards administrating the age group teams. This provides 1 full time member of staff, administrative items, office space and covering bank fees for the team.
To Pre-Qualify for the 2021 World Triathlon Championship race, athletes must have been in the 2020 team at the time of the race being cancelled or postponed.
To pre-qualify for the 2022 World Triathlon Championship race when racing at the 2021 World Triathlon Championship race, athletes must finish within the first three British Age Group athletes in their age group and also be in the top 15 places overall in their age group.
Please see the link to the BTF Age Group Pre-Qualification policy here.
Allocation of Places
- There are 20 places available in each age group. As many as all 20 places can be awarded during the first selection phase if sufficient numbers apply and meet the qualification criteria. The remaining selection phases will allocate any remaining places. This means that at the first registration cut off date, all the places may be allocated in each age group.
- For the 2021 World Triathlon and ETU races, athletes who withdrew or deferred their place in a 2020 team where the race was cancelled or postponed will be considered at the first registration cut off date. This means, there may not be 20 places left per age group at the 2nd and 3rd registration cut off dates.
- If more than 20 athletes qualify in an age-group, then after places are allocated as per results from within 12 months, the remaining athletes will be given a rolldown percentage, where relevant, based on the performance result they submitted at the time of registration and may be eligible for a rolldown place.
- Allocation of places will be awarded following the 3 registration deadlines outlined in the section above. We endeavor to complete this process and notify athletes within 2 weeks of the deadline. Qualified athletes will be notified by e-mail and will also be marked with a 'Q' next to their name in the registered athletes list below. If you use a Hotmail, outlook or work email address please check your junkmail, we find these email addresses often send our emails to the junkmail inbox.
- If you believe you have qualified and your name does not have a Q next to it on the registration list and you have not received an email informing you of your selection within two weeks of the final qualification deadline, please contact the Team Manager to determine why. Once rolldown places have been offered we cannot guarantee that places will be available for athletes that did not make us aware of their Q not showing prior to this.
Entry details for this event will be released once they have been confirmed by World Triathlon.
Registered Athletes (Female)
Category U20 (U20) (8 athletes)
Category D (20-24) (6 athletes)
Category E (25-29) (13 athletes)
Category F (30-34) (19 athletes)
Category G (35-39) (16 athletes)
Category H (40-44) (23 athletes)
Category I (45-49) (17 athletes)
Category J (50-54) (14 athletes)
Category K (55-59) (16 athletes)
Category L (60-64) (10 athletes)
Category M (65-69) (3 athletes)
Category N (70-74) (2 athletes)
Category P (75-79) (1 athlete)
Category Q (80-84) (1 athlete)
Registered Athletes (Male)
Category U20 (U20) (9 athletes)
Category D (20-24) (14 athletes)
Category E (25-29) (10 athletes)
Category F (30-34) (21 athletes)
Category G (35-39) (17 athletes)
Category H (40-44) (18 athletes)
Category I (45-49) (23 athletes)
Category J (50-54) (29 athletes)
Category K (55-59) (24 athletes)
Category L (60-64) (9 athletes)
Category M (65-69) (10 athletes)
Category N (70-74) (3 athletes)
Category P (75-79) (4 athletes)