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TECH DOCS:

Here are some quick reference guides to help you keep your bike in peak performance.

Flat Clincher (PDF)

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Glue Tubular (PDF)

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Flat Tubular (PDF)

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Change Casette (PDF)

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Elite Bike Packing (PDF)

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About Elite Bicycles:

During his four-year professional triathlon career, Elite owner David Greenfield felt top-level cyclists needed a viable alternative to the mass produced, off-the-peg frame sizes and tubing offered by the major bicycle companies. He challenged himself to build affordable bicycles with custom sizes using the absolute highest grade aluminum tubing at prices competitive to standardized bikes being sold to top-level athletes in both the pro and amateur ranks.

Thousands of miles ridden on ill-fitting bikes with substandard frame materials led him to realize exactly what design and materials worked best, both for comfort and performance. Elite was formed to take advantage of the industry-wide technology boom which allowed smaller builders to compete with larger companies without being at a technological disadvantage. As a result, Elite now buys the highest quality tubing, uses the top welders and paint houses in the industry, and employs the absolute best design characteristics, all while offering customized tubing options and paint finishes at prices competitive with larger bike manufacturers.

Crafted in the USA from American-made parts, Elite uses Easton Ultra-Light and Easton Scandium tubing, as well as U.S. made Edge Composites carbon — the highest rated lightweight aluminum in the world. Each frame’s airfoil design is also wind-tunnel tested to ensure optimal performance. Complete bike packages are built using only the highest quality components. In addition to building custom fit bikes for athletes looking for an edge, a full range of standard-sized frames featuring the same design elements are also available at dealers worldwide,

Elite riders share a common bond of appreciation for their bikes, and Elite prides itself on maintaining close relationships with its growing family of riders. Elite actively seeks feedback from its customers and is excited by and shares in each individual’s personal accomplishments — often as they happen, as the crew is present to support the athletes at many of the important races around the world.

Elite is proud to be the bike of choice for many professional athletes, including ITU World Cup Champions, Ironman Champions, top ten Olympians, and Duathlon World Champions. Each of our athletes ride Elite bicycles not because they are paid to (Elite does not provide free equipment), but because they believe Elite gives them a critical edge they need to win.

By bringing together top frame designs, materials, welders, painters, and components, Elite builds bicycles that deliver maximum performance and value for every customer — from professional athlete to weekend warrior.

www.elitebicycles.comMeet the Elite Bicycles Staff!

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Athlete Wristband

A Rev3 wristband will be affixed to your wrist at athlete check-in. This band will identify you as an official participant and must be worn during race weekend. The wristband is required for medical identification purposes and allows you access to special events, transition area and post-race athlete recovery area.

Your wristband will have your bib number on it. You MUST have your wristband in order to retrieve your bike from transition.

* Bike Check-In *

Friday, March 16th

  • from 3:00pm-7:00pm (Kids, Sprint, Olympic athletes ONLY)

Saturday March 17th

  • from 3:00pm-7:00pm (Professionals, and Half athletes ONLY)

Age Group Athletes: It is mandatory to rack your bike the day before your race.

Athlete Race Day Photos

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Lost & Found

A Lost & Found will be available at the Rev3 Information Booth located at the center of the Expo.

Race Morning

Transition Opens: Transition Closes:
Saturday, March 17th: 4:30am (Kids, Sprint, Olympic) 7:00am
Sunday, March 18th: 5:00am (Professional and Half) 5:45am

Remember to bring your Rev3 Timing Chip, swim cap, goggles and wetsuit. Bike technicians will be available in the transition area race morning. Please do not wear your bib number in the swim. Leave it with your gear and put on before you head out on the bike course. The number will not hold up for the duration of the race if it gets wet.

All participants will be given a tattoo race number. Please be sure to have your race numbers on your body BEFORE coming to transition on race morning.

You will not be permitted in the transition area on race day without your wristband, swim cap and timing chip. If you have misplaced any of these items, please see the transition area director for a replacement.

Race Tattoos

We want you to look good while racing with Rev3. You will notice in your packet that you have been issued a tattoo for race day. Make sure you apply these to your arms and calf BEFORE race morning. There will be no body marking on race morning.

The application process is a simple procedure. You should have been given two tattoos with your athlete number. These numbers will go on your upper arm between your shoulder and elbow. Place one number on your right arm and one number on your left arm.

You were also instructed to get your age. These tattoos will go on your right calf. Make sure you place your age vertical on your right calf. Your designated letter will go below your age.

To apply these tattoos make sure you remove the plastic coating first. Place the tattoo on your body and damped the back of the tattoo with a wet cloth. Hold the damp cloth on the tattoo for about 30 seconds. Then you should be good to go without having a strange write on you at 5am! To remove the tattoo try nail polish remover.

Race Timing & Cut-Offs

Half Rev:

  • 1 hour, 10min to complete the swim
  • 5:30 from last swim wave to complete the bike course
  • 8:30 from the last swim wave to finish the race

Olympic Rev3:

  • 1 hour from the start of the last swim wave
  • 3 hours from the start of the last swim wave to complete the bike course
  • 4:15 from the start of the last swim wave to finish the run

Bike & Gear Recovery

Mandatory bike and gear recovery is from 11am-2pm on Saturday March 17th for the Kids, Sprint, and Olympic Rev.

You are required to reclaim your bicycle and gear after the race. You must have your athlete wristband on in order to claim your bike and gear.

All Half Rev Athletes are required to have all of their gear out of transition by 4pm on Sunday March 18th.

Competitor Responsibilities

  • When you pick up your race packet and timing chip at athlete check-in, stop by the chip verifi cation table to ensure that your correct name shows up on the computer screen.
  • You must wear your timing chip at all times while you are racing. Fasten it to either ankle with the Velcro strap
  • provided before the swim and leave it on until after you fi nish the run. Volunteers will help you remove the chip at the finish line.
  • If you do not start the race, you are responsible for returning the chip to timing.
  • If you drop out or are pulled from the race at any time, turn in your chip to a race offi cial. Failure to do so may disqualify you from participating in future REV3 events. It is essential that we know where you are on the course at all times for your safety and our peace of mind. If you are transported to any medical station, the medical staff will take responsibility for your chip.
  • Your race chip is a loaner. By picking up your race number and timing chip, you are guaranteeing that you will return the chip to timing, or you will be billed for its replacement. There is a $90 replacement fee for any lost or damaged timing chips.
  • If you lose your timing chip during the event, you are responsible for a replacement at one of the following locations: swim exit, bike exit or run exit. Volunteers will have extra timing chips at the timing locations above. If you lose your timing chip while on the run course, please notify a timing official immediately after crossing the fi nish line.
  • Failure to wear your timing chip on race day, return your chip after the event or pay the replacement cost of your lost chip may disqualify you from future Rev 3 events.
  • NO CHIP = NO TIME

Info Booth

The Information Booth/Lost and Found will be located in the middle of the Expo Area. Both Spanish and English will be spoken.

Medical Tent

The Medical Tent can get highly congested and spectators will not be allowed in. The Medical Tent will be located just past the Finish Line outside the park. There will be a Costa Rica Team both Spanish and English will be spoken in the Medical Tent.

Expo/Race Day Parking

Athletes and spectators should park in the designated parking area just outside of the resort. Please follow the signs on from the main road to the parking area. Athletes should not come to the main gate for parking. They will not be allowed in unless they are staying in the resort. Shuttles will pick up from the main road. Once you park, make your way to the paved road to meet the shuttle.

Shuttles run from the parking area to the Expo/Transition on the following dates/times:

  • Friday 1:00p – 7:00p
  • Saturday 5:00 a.m. – 7 p.m
  • Sunday 5:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m
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SWIM START WAVES

Saturday (kids race, sprint, olympic):

Kids 9-11 first, followed by 12-13 (30 sec later) Brasilito 5:50am
Sprint – All Playa Conchal 7:10am
Olympic Wave 1 (All Male Individual) Playa Conchal 7:25am
Olympic Wave 2 (All Female Individual, All Relays, All Aquabike) Playa Conchal 7:30am

Sunday (pro race, half):

Pro Olympic Male Playa Conchal 6:00am
Pro Olympic Female Playa Conchal 6:02am
Half Wave 1 (All 39 and Under, Male/Female combined) Playa Conchal 6:30am
Half Wave 2 (All 40 and Over, Male/Female combined, All Relays, All Aquabike) Playa Conchal 6:35am

 

SWIM WAVE CAP COLORS

Half REV

Kids 12-13 White
Kids 9-11 Silver
Sprint (All) Yellow
Olympic Wave 1- All Males Green
Olympic Wave 2- All females, Aquabike, Relays Pink

Olympic REV

Pro Men White
Pro Women Silver
 Half Wave 1- Females and Males 39 and Under- Orange
 Half Wave 2- Females and Males 39 and over, Relays,
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Pink

Course Rules & Markings

SWIM COURSE RULES
  • Wearing swim goggles or a face mask is recommended, but optional
  • No fins, paddles, or flotation devices of any kind allowed
  • Timing Chips must be properly fixed on your ankle.
  • No individual paddlers or escorts allowed. Course will be adequately patrolled by surfboards, kayaks and patrol boats.
  • Please do not apply sunscreen or Vaseline to areas bearing your race number prior to numbering. Numbers must remain on during the swim.
  • Time penalties may be imposed on athletes not behind the official start line 5 minutes prior to race start.
  • Swimmers are required to stay on course, swim clockwise and keep course markers on their right. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
  • Any assistance required during the swim will result in disqualification.
  • Each Swimmer must wear the colored swim cap provided by the Director

BIKE COURSE RULES

  • Ride on the right side of your lane.
  • Keep three bike lengths between yourself and the cyclist in front of you.
  • Pass on the left of the cyclist in front, never on the right.
  • Complete your pass within 15 seconds.
  • If passed, you must drop completely out of the zone, to the rear, before attempting to re-pass.
  • Marshals commonly cite the following violations:
  • Position– riding on the left side of the lane without passing.
  • Blocking – left side riding and impeding the forward progress of another competitor
  • Illegal Pass – passing on the right.
  • Overtaken – failing to drop back three bike lengths before re-passing
  • Drafting – following a leading cyclist closer than three bike lengths and failing to pass within 15 seconds.
  • Helmets must be approved by a national accredited testing authority.
  • While on your bike, always have your chinstrap securely fastened – before, during and after the event.

BIKE course markings

  • The Sprint Rev will be marked with Red signs and foot long Red duct tape arrows on the ground
  • The Olympic Bike course will be marked with Green signs and foot long Green duct tape arrows on the ground.
  • The Half Bike course will be marked with Pink signs and pink duct tape arrows on the ground.

RUN COURSE RULES

  • No form of locomotion other than running, walking or crawling is allowed
  • Runners must wear number at all times on the course. Race numbers issued by REV3 identify the official contestants in the race. Folding or cutting race number or intentional alteration of any kind is strictly prohibited. Run number must be placed on front of runner securely attached. Race belts may be worn. Shoes and shirts are required on the run segment at all times.
  • This is an individual event. No individual support vehicles or non-contestant escort runners are allowed. Teamwork as a resut of outside assistance that provides an advantage over single competitors is not allowed. Ample aid and food stations will be provided. Individual support vehicles or non-contestant escort runners will result in disqualification. A non-contestant escort runner includes contestants who have withdrawn from the race, have been disqualified or have finished the race. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may not bike, drive, or run alongside contestant, may not pass food or other items to contestant and should be warned to stay completely clear of all contestants to avoid disqualification. It is incumbent upon each contestant to reject immediately any attempt to assist, follow or escort.
  • Ample food and beverage will be provided at transition and rest areas.
  • Follow the directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.

RUN Course markings

  • The Sprint run course will be marked with Grey Signs and Grey duct tape arrows on the ground.
  • The Olympic run course will be marked with Yellow Signs and yellow duct tape arrows on the ground.
  • The Half Run Course will be marked with Orange Signs and Orange duct tape arrows on the ground.

Bike Rental & Shipping

Can I rent a bike Costa Rica?

Yes!  We are currently working with a few bike rental companies and will release details shortly.  If you are interested in renting a bike for the Costa Rica race, please send an email to info@rev3tri.com.

Can I ship my bike to Costa Rica?

Shipping your bike to Costa Rica is not a viable option due to the very high shipping fees and unreliability of getting through customs.

What is the best way to get my bike to Costa Rica?

The most common way to get to an overseas destination race with your bike is to travel with it like another piece of luggage.  If you don’t have your own bike box, you may be able to borrow one from a friend, buy one, or rent one from your local bike shop.  Most local bike shops will also offer a service of packing your bike into a bike box for you.  There are also many videos on YouTube that explain how to do this yourself.  It typically only requires loosening just a few bolts and taking off your wheels.  Once secured in a bike box, you can check it as another piece of luggage.  Check with your airline carrier for fees.  Most of them charge $100 and sometimes you can get lucky and not get charged.

How do I get my bike from the airport to my hotel?

We will be posting information about helping you transport your bike cases (if you are not renting your own car…..keep in mind the size of the car you will need to rent if you plan on putting your luggage and bike box in a rental car).  We will set up a shuttle service from San Jose and Liberia airports (for a fee) to transport yourself and your bike to one of the race hotels.  If you are setting up your own travel arrangement, keep in mind the extra space needed for your bike.

Will there be anyone to help me assemble my bike?

Yes, bike mechanics will be on the race site starting the Thursday before the race to offer a complete service of unpacking, assembling, and checking the gears and components to ensure your bike is running smoothly.  There will be a $50 fee for this service.  Additionally, the mechanics will offer a complete service after your race of packing it back up in your bike box and ensuring that it is safe and protected in your box.  There will be a $50 fee for this service as well.

Bike Mechanics will be at the race site all weekend to offer additional services and bike parts as needed.  If you have special requests, please contact us well ahead of time.  Additionally, they will have CO2 cartridges, tubes, tires, and other basic bike needs for sale at the race site.

Wetsuit Rentals

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** Please note we are 99% positive Costa Rica will NOT be wetsuit legal**

Revolution3 is working on having Speedsuits available for purchase in Costa Rica. We will have more details in the near future, be sure to check back!

Bike Rentals

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Wheel Rentals

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Rules

Body Marking

Each athlete will receive a set of (2) temporary tattoo race numbers and (1) age tattoo at packet pickup. You will be required to put these on yourself. One set of race numbers will go on the upper left and the other on the upper right arm. The age will be placed on the left calf. If for some reason you don’t get number tattoos, we will have volunteers to body mark you on race morning outside of transition.

Timing

  • Participants are required to wear the designated Timing Chip strapped to their ankle, throughout the race.
  • Relay Team Members must pass the strap/chip at each transition.
  • After you finish, turn in the strap/chip at the end of the finish chute.
  • If you pull out of the race, report to the finish line timing tent to turn in the strap/chip and go to the transition area to collect your gear (after 3pm).
  • There is a $90 charge for a lost Timing Chip / strap.
  • If you are participating in the aquabike category, please be sure to return your chip to th volunteers at the finish line.

Transition Area

  • All bikes must be racked in the proper position on Saturday, May 14, 2011.
  • Bike racks provided will be individually numbered.
  • Your equipment must be removed from transition by 4pm race day.
  • REVOLUTION3 Triathlon is not responsible for lost or stolen equipment left in transition.
  • Only participants, officials and race volunteers are allowed in transition.  An event wristband is required for access.
  • Extra equipment is not allowed in transition. Transition is fenced and secured.
  • CPSC approved helmets are required during the cycling portion of the event. You will be prohibited from participating if you don’t have an approved helmet.
  • Helmets must be buckled in place during all aspects of the bike including transition.
  • You must walk or jog with your bike in the transition lanes to the designated mount; dismount areas at the perimeter of the transition.

Swim Course

  1. Each athlete must wear cap provided by race, and race number must be CLEARLY visible.
  2. No fins, aqua socks, gloves, paddles, or flotation devices of any kind are allowed.
  3. Swim goggles or face masks may be worn.
  4. No individual paddlers or escort allowed. The course will be adequately patrolled by boats, canoes and paddleboards.
  5. Wetsuits must be 5mm thick or less.
  6. Speedsuits will be allowed (if they are on the list of approved suits)*.
  7. Any assistance required during the swim will result in disqualification if forward progress was made. Athletes are permitted to use kayaks and boats as aid, so long as no forward progress is made. Course officials and medical personnel reserve the right to remove athletes from the course if determined medically necessary.
  8. All athletes must cross the timing mats to enter the beach or they may be disqualified.

*NOTE: ANY ATHLETE ELECTING NOT TO RACE MUST NOTIFY TIMING DESK IMMEDIATELY. ABOVE ALL, THE SAFETY OF EACH ATHLETE IS OUR PRIME CONCERN. A FULL SWEEP OF THE COURSE WILL BE MADE DIRECTLY BEHIND THE LAST ATHLETE. VISUAL AID WILL BE PROVIDED BY THE LIFEGUARDS, DIVERS, CANOES AND KAYAKS, BUOYS, AND AQUATIC CRAFTS THAT LINE THE COURSE.

Swim To Bike

After the swim, you will be directed through the timing chutes to the bike and run transition. NO PUBLIC NUDITY. We require you to be fully ready to race before getting on your bike. Personal nutrients are permitted if carried on your person, in a front pack, or in your gear bags. Sunscreen is available in the transition area. Athletes will be required to mount AFTER the mount/dismount line or be subjected to a penalty. There is NO riding inside the transition area.

Bike Course

No tandems, recumbents, fairings, or any add-on device designed exclusively to reduce resistance are allowed. Any new, unusual, or prototype equipment will be subject to a determination of legality by the event organizer and/or Head Referee.
Position Rules:

  1. Absolutely NO DRAFTING of another bicycle or any other vehicle is allowed.
  2. The draft zone extends backwards 3 bike lengths for Age-Groupers from the leading edge of the front wheel of the bicycle ahead of each contestant. Entering another athlete’s draft zone will result in a drafting violation.  For Pros, they will be required to stay within 6 bike lengths or 10 meters.
  3. Athletes must ride single file on the far right side of the road except when passing another athlete. Side-by-side riding is not allowed and will result in a blocking or position violation.
  4. Athletes are allowed 15 seconds to pass. A pass occurs when the passing contestant’s front wheel overtakes the passed athlete’s front wheel. Failure to complete a pass within 15 seconds will result in a drafting violation.7. An overtaken contestant must fall back 3 bike lengths for pros before attempting to re-pass. Failure to immediately fall back will result in a drafting violation. Immediately re-passing will result in an overtaken violation.
  5. Each athlete will receive 3 sets of numbers at packet pickup (there may also be some extra).  The small sticker goes on the front of your helmet.  Another larger sticker must be placed on your bike with the number displayed on both sides of your bike.  It usually is best to be placed on the seat stem or top tube or down tube.  The third number is the number that must be worn on the run (the flexible bib number).  That number is not required on the bike.  Race belts may be worn
  6. CPSC, CE, or SNELL-approved helmet is required during the entire bike portion. Helmets must be securely fastened before mounting the bicycle, at all times when on the bicycle, and must not be unfastened until after dismounting the bicycle. Any athlete riding without an approved helmet will automatically be disqualified.  Alterations to hard-shell helmet, which affect its integrity, are not allowed
  7. No individual support allowed. Ample aid and food stations will be provided. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may NOT bike, drive, or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all athletes to avoid the disqualification of an athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort.
    • *NOTE: IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO SLOW FOR SAFE NUTRIENT PICK-UP. CALL OUT YOUR REQUIREMENTS CLEARLY AND IN ADVANCE. CREWS ARE INSTRUCTED NOT TO STEP ACROSS THE WHITE LINE FOR HANDOFFS. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU DON’T TOSS BIKE BOTTLES, CUPS, OR NUTRIENT BAGS ON THE ROADSIDE ALONG THE COURSE. BIKE BOTTLES MUST BE TOSSED TOWARD THE BOTTLE DROP AT THE ENTRANCE AND/OR EXIT OF EACH AID STATION. A PENALTY WILL BE ASSESSED FOR DISCARDING A BIKE BOTTLE OR ANY OTHER LITTER/TRASH OUTSIDE THE DESIGNATED DROP ZONE. Discarding trash or equipment outside the designated drop zone will result in a littering violation or an abandonment of equipment violation.
  8. Each athlete must be individually responsible for repair and maintenance of their own bike. Assistance by anyone other than race personnel will be grounds for immediate disqualification. Each athlete should be prepared to handle any possible mechanical malfunction.
    • *NOTE: TECHNICAL SUPPORT VANS WILL BE ON THE COURSE TO ASSIST WITH EMERGENCY REPAIRS WHENEVER POSSIBLE, E.G. REPLACEMENT TUBES, TIRES, CHAINS, ETC. TECHNICAL VANS WILL ROAM THE COURSE THROUGHOUT THE DAY, BUT ARE LIMITED IN NUMBER. BE PREPARED.
  9. Athletes are expected to heed directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
  10. Athletes may walk bike, if necessary, but may not make progress on the bike course unaccompanied by their bicycle.
  11. Bike inspection is not mandatory and will not be provided at bike check-in, although technicians will be available. Athletes are ultimately responsible for their own bikes. However, race officials may, at their discretion, make final judgment as to the soundness of bikes. In the event of foul weather, large plastic bags, which cover the entire bike, will be permitted as long as the bags are securely fastened to the bike.
  12. HEADSETS OR HEADPHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED DURING ANY PORTION OF THE EVENT.  They will result in a disqualification.
  13. MEDICAL SUPPORT. If you need minor medical assistance, Sag Wagons will pick you up and take you to the medical tent, where you shall receive treatment. Alternatively, depending upon medical emergency, ambulances will take you to the nearest hospital to receive treatment. If you have a technical problem or have bonked, the Sag Wagons will take you to the next aid station. At every bike and run aid station, there will be rest areas and medical personnel to assist in any medical problem. Additionally, there will be radios to contact ambulances and medical assistance. If you have a problem, please go to an aid station for further assistance.

Bike To Run (Transition)

Medical facilities will be available to you at the bike-to-run transition. Athletes requiring medical care at this point in the race will not be allowed to continue. The Medical Director’s decision is final.  There will be a mount and dismount line.  Athletes are required to dismount before the line or be subjected to a penalty.

Run Course

  1. No form of locomotion other than running, walking or crawling is allowed.
  2. Athletes must wear their race number in front of them clearly visible at all times on the course. Race numbers issued by the race organizer identify the official contestants in the race. Folding, cutting the race number, intentional alteration of any kind, or failure to wear race number is STRICTLY PROHIBITED and may result in disqualification.
  3. NO INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT VEHICLES OR NON-PARTICIPANT ESCORT RUNNERS ARE ALLOWED. This is an individual endurance event. Teamwork as a result of outside assistance, which provides an advantage over single competitors, is not allowed. Individual support vehicles or non-participant escort runners will result in disqualification. A non-participant escort runner includes contestants who have withdrawn from the race, have been disqualified or have finished the race. Friends, family, members, coaches or supporters of any type may not bike, drive or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all contestants to avoid the disqualification of a contestant. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort. It IS permissible for an athlete who is still competing to run with other athlete’s who are still competing.
  4. Athletes are expected to follow the directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.

Medical Support

  • If you need minor medical assistance, Sag Wagons will pick you up and take you to the medical tent, where you shall receive treatment. Alternatively, depending upon medical emergency, ambulances will take you to the nearest hospital to receive treatment. If you have a technical problem or have bonked, the Sag Wagons will take you to the next aid station. At every bike and run aid station, there will be rest areas and medical personnel to assist in any medical problem. Additionally, there will be radios to contact ambulances and medical assistance. If you have a problem, please go to an aid station for further assistance.
  • No individual support allowed. Ample aid and food stations will be provided. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may NOT bike, drive, or run alongside an athlete, may not pass food or other items to an athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all athletes to avoid the disqualification of an athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort.

Penalties

The head referee will notify the head timer of any offenses and time penalties.  The timer will deduct the appropriate times.  The head referee will be available near the timing tent after the race to answer any questions.
Variable Time Penalties

Distance Category 1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense
Sprint 2:00 minute 4:00 minutes Disqualification
Intermediate 2:00 minutes 4:00 minutes Disqualification
Long 4:00 minutes 8:00 minutes Disqualification
Ultra 6:00 minutes 12:00 minutes Disqualification

Approved Speed Suits

  • Approved skinsuits and speedsuits for use in any water temperature:
  • Xterra Velocity 0.02. swimsuit
  • Xterra Velocity 0.02+. swimsuit
  • Xterra Velocity 0.02++. swimsuit
  • Xterra Velocity Red swimsuit
  • Xterra  Velocity-M speedsuit
  • 2XU Kona Fusion Speed Suit
  • blueseventy pointzero 3 swimskin
  • blueseventy pointzero 3+ swimskin
  • blueseventy pz3 swimskin
  • blueseventy pz3+ swimskin
  • Nineteen Frequency SS
  • Zoot Ultra Speed Suit
  • Sailfish Furious
  • Aquaman Insulator
  • Maystorm Skinsuits
  • Rocket Science Rocket Skin
  • Camaro Seamless Modetec Swim Shorty 0,3
  • Camaro Seamless Modetec Swim Shorty 0,5
  • Camaro Seamless Modetec Swimsuit “Dynamic Cut” 0,5
  • Camaro Seamless Modetec Swimsuit “Dynamic Cut” 0,3
  • Camaro Seamless Modetec Swimsuit “Dynamic Cut” 0,3
  • Seamless Swim Shorty
  • Camaro Seamless Swimsuit “Dynamic Cut”
  • Camaro Seamless Dynamic Pants
  • Aqua Sphere Ironman Skinsuit
  • TYR Sayonara
  • Tri11 SCS Suit
  • Orca RS1 Killa Race Suit
  • Orca RS1 Body Suit
  • Orca RS1 Aero Race suit
  • Orca 2010 RS1 Swimskn
  • Desoto Liftfoil Tri Speedskin
  • Finis AMPhibian Tech Suit
  • Erox Turbo Skin Swimsuit
  • Erox Fish Skin Swimsuit
  • Profile Design Mako LS speedsuit
  • Louis Garneau Tiger Shark Suit
  • Louis Garneau W Tiger Shark Suit
  • Skinfit Tri Speedsuit II
  • Skinfit Tri Speedsuit Plasma
  • De Soto Forza ITU Suit
  • De Soto 78 Degree Swim Top
  • De Soto Forza Tri Short
  • De Soto Men’s Forza Trisuit
  • De Soto Womens Forza Tri Short
  • De Soto Womens Forza Trisuit
  • De Soto Womens 78 Degree Swim Top
  • 2010 KiWAMi Torpedo

Schedule

Schedule for Costa Rica 2012 :

Friday: March 16, 2012

1:00pm Expo Opens for Athletes Rev3 Expo Area
1:00pm-5:00pm Bike Tech Available Rev3 Expo
1:00pm-7:00pm Packet Pick Up Available Expo Area
3:00pm SPRINT/KIDS/OLY ONLY Mandatory Athlete Meeting Rev3 Expo
3:00pm-7:00pm Mandatory Bike Check (Sprint and Olympic ONLY) Transition at Beach Club
5:00pm Rev3 Kids Fun Run Beach Conchal
5:30pm SPRINT/KIDS/ OLY ONLY Mandatory Athlete Meeting Rev3 Expo
7:00pm Rev3 Expo Closes Rev3 Expo

Saturday: March 17, 2012

4:30am Transition Opens Beach Club Transition Area
5:30am Sunrise
5:50am Kids Triathlon Start Beach Conchal
7:10 am Sprint Distance Start Beach Conchal
7:25am Olympic Distance Start Beach Conchal
11:30am Awards Ceremony Kids/Sprint/Olympic Expo Area
2:00pm Rev3 Expo Opens Expo Area- Beach Club
2:00pm Packet Pick Up Half Athletes Expo Area- Beach Club
2:30pm Pro Panel Meet and Greet Expo Area- Beach Club
3:00pm Mandatory Athlete Meeting Expo Area- Beach Club
3:00pm-7:00pm Mandatory Bike Check in Transition  Beach Club
5:30pm Mandatory Athlete Meeting Rev3 Expo- Beach Club
7:00pm Rev3 Expo Closes

Sunday: March 18, 2012

5:00am Transition Opens Beach Club Transition Area
6:00am Professional Start Olympic distance Beach Conchal
6:30am Age Group Start for Half Rev Beach Conchal
9:00am Professional Award Ceremony Rev3 Finish Line
2:00pm Age Group Award Ceremony Expo Area

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Overview:

REV3 Costa Rica will take place in the Central Pacific region of Guanacaste. You will witness amazing beauty, wildlife, and terrific weather as you race.  REV3 Costa Rica will offer a series of triathlons for kids aged 9-13, Sprint Rev,  Olympic Rev, and a Half Rev.  In addition to some great racing, there will be a ton of fun things to do for the entire family.

Venue/Location:

www.visitcostarica.com

Prize Purse:

$25,000 (Olympic REV)
http://www.visitcostarica.com
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