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Team Registration – Busselton 100


Saturday 30 April 2022

How it works

Entering as a Team Relay is a great way to take part in the Busselton 100. The concept is simple: 1 person swims, 1 person bikes and 1 person runs, in turn, or if you are a team of two, 1 person takes on 2 of the legs and the other just 1. The ‘baton’ (timing chip) is passed between team mates in transition and all team members can meet at the ‘team meeting point’ to cross the finish line together! Get your A-Team together and make a weekend of it down in Busselton!

Entry Fees

Tier 1$480.00 per team$510.00 per team
Tier 2$500.00 per team $530.00 per team
Late Entries $525.00 per team $555.00 per team

Pricing is inventory-based according to slot quantities and will automatically increase when capacity has been filled.

There will be an automatic increase to Tier 2 pricing at 11:59pm (AWST) on Sunday 27 Feb if this Tier is not reached prior.

To qualify for the Team Member Cost, ALL participants in the team MUST be Members of Triathlon WA/ Australia.

Entries close Thursday 31 March 2022. Late entries available subject to availability. Late entry  surcharge fee will be charged.

All team participants must be 17 years old as of 31/12/2021 to participate in the Busselton 100.

The race is run under Triathlon Australia Race Competition Rules- July 2021. Any questions about rules please contact technical@wa.triathlon.org.au for clarification.

Click here to find the current rules

Key Dates:

28 Feb 2022Register by 11:59pm to be included on the Athlete Name T-shirt (Sold in merchandise)
18 March 2022Register by 11:59pm to receive personalised race kit with name on bib
31 March 2022Entries close at 11:59pm.

All times above are AWST.

Team Changes: changes to teams can be made up until  April 9 2022 by emailing events@wa.triathlon.org.au. After this date, all changes to teams will need to be made in person during registration. All changes will incur a $20 fee which must be paid at that time. In order for changes to be processed, the team captain and any new team members must be present.

Athlete Check-In: All athletes and team members must complete the onsite check-in process by 7pm, Friday 29 April

Withdrawal Policy

2022 BUSSELTON 100 Triathlon Teams

At the onset of organising an event, costs are incurred. Your entry fee is an investment into the staging of the SunSmart Busselton 100 Triathlon. Organising this event has required a considerable amount of planning, numerous financial risks and expenses and is run as a business for the advanced development of the sport of Triathlon in Western Australia.

Please note the Conditions of Entry and Waiver – entry to 2022 SunSmart Busselton 100 constitutes a contract between Triathlon WA and yourself as the participant. If you wish to withdraw from the event for whatever valid reason, this is beyond our control and that is your choice, whether made voluntarily or involuntarily.

Please note that race entries are NOT transferable to another person.

We are unable to provide a full refund at any time following registration, however the following sliding scale of refund will apply:

Early withdrawal requests received in writing on or before MIDNIGHT WST on 31st December 2022, are eligible for a partial refund of 50% of the entry fee

Withdrawal requests received in writing on or before MIDNIGHT WST on 31 March 2021, are eligible for a partial refund of 25% of the entry fee.

After 31 March 2022, WITHOUT exception NO REFUNDS will be given.

Reimbursements for withdrawals will be processed on a fortnightly basis.

This refund will be given to you in the form of a credit to the credit card used to make the original entry.

Processing and or booking fees associated with the entry system and purchases of optional items/merchandise are non-refundable.

Please supply Triathlon Western Australia with a formal letter/email as confirmation of your withdrawal. Please send to admin@wa.triathlon.org.au

If you do not receive a response to your withdrawal within 5-business days, please assume the withdrawal has not been received. It is the athletes’ responsibility to ensure the withdrawal has been received.