The TIME Triathlon Alpe d'Huez events are organised by the Alpetriathlon association and SARL Cyrille Neveu and are not affiliated to the French Triathlon Federation (FFTri).
The TIME Triathlon Alpe d'Huez regulations are available in their complete version at the following link: REGULATION
The tests are carried out by:
-Legal liability: in accordance with the law, the organisers have taken out an insurance contract with a private insurance company.
- Individual accident insurance: Individual accident insurance has been taken out for all participants.
Competitors must be fully aware of the risks inherent in this type of sports event, which requires previous training and excellent physical condition. The Organiser shall not assume any responsibility whatsoever for any accident/injury/personal injury/incapacity /death suffered by a Competitor, with the exception of accidents directly caused by the Organiser's failure to comply with its legal and regulatory obligations.
In addition, the Organiser shall not be held responsible for any damage, loss or theft of any goods/materials/personal equipment. Competitors are responsible for taking out insurance to cover this type of risk, if necessary.
Swimming: the wetsuit must be worn if the water temperature is below 16°C and prohibited if the temperature is above 24°C. The wearing of the bathing cap provided by the Organiser, to the exclusion of any other, is also mandatory.
Cycling: Competitors are required to respect the rules of the traffic law; they are required to ride on the right side of the road. Wearing a certified helmet is also mandatory.
Respect for the environment: Any competitor caught throwing paper out of the waste area (the waste areas are indicated on each supply) will be immediately excluded from the event.
Competitors are required to wear the bib provided by the Organiser (which may include the marking of the event sponsors), for the cycling and running parts. Under no circumstances may the bib be folded or hidden in part or in whole. The bib must be visible throughout the cycling event (on the back) and the running event (in front).
Competitors are prohibited from being followed by any vehicle whatsoever that is not part of the Organisation.
Competitors are required to participate in any meeting / Briefings related to the Competition.
Any Competitor who detects an anomaly on the race courses (of any kind) that may affect the safety of the Competitors must inform the Organiser as soon as possible.
More generally, Competitors are required to comply with any instructions or instructions given by the Organizers.
Any violation of this article may cause the Competitor to be automatically disqualified, or any other penalty/sanction provided for in the organization's rules.
The presence of the winners in the pro category or age group is mandatory at the award ceremony.
Failing this, no prize may subsequently be claimed by an absent Competitor.
Triathletes registered in the Age Group will be rewarded in their category and will not have access to the overall ranking prize grid.
Registered triathletes such as Elite / Pro have access to the overall ranking prize grid but will not be rewarded in their age group.
The age group is based on the participant's age as of December 31, 2019.
The Organiser undertakes to be appropriately protected by an Organisers' Civil Liability insurance covering its own third party liability and that of the duly registered Competitors between the start and finish lines of the Competition for any property damage or personal injury they accidentally cause to third parties or to one another.
Competitors must be duly aware of the risks inherent to this type of sports event, which requires prior training and excellent physical condition. The Organiser shall not assume any liability whatsoever for any accident / lesion / personal injury / disability or death suffered by a Competitor, except of course in the event of accidents having been directly caused by a failure on the part of the Organiser to meet its legal and/or regulatory obligations. Moreover, the Organiser shall not assume any liability of any kind for any damage, loss or theft of any property/gear/personal equipment belonging to a Competitor; it is the obligation of the Competitors to take out the necessary insurance to cover such risks if applicable.
In the event of cancellation or definitive interruption of the competition for any reason outside the control of the Organiser and, in particular, any case of force majeure, decisions of public authorities (in particular those motivated by reasons of public health, safety or preservation of the public order), any weather risks or actual weather conditions, the Organiser shall not incur any liability whatsoever in regard to the Competitors, and registration fees shall not be reimbursed. Competitors hereby waive any claim to reimbursement whatsoever in respect to such cases of cancellation or interruption.
The present Rules are governed by French law. Any disputes arising out of or in connection with the present Rules shall be submitted to the arbitration of the FFTri according to its Regulations or, otherwise, to the Sports Arbitration Chamber of the French National Olympic and Sports Committee, and finally decided based on the latter's regulations.
The registration fees cover only the participation in the competition, not including any travel, board and lodging or medical expenses (on site care, repatriation, etc.), which shall be for the account of the Competitor.
In the event of Competitor's cancellation, for whatever reason TThe conditions for reimbursement are as follows:
Of the amount paid, 30% will be retained for any reimbursement requests made before 30 June 2019. No reimbursement and transfer possible for requests made after 30 June.
The Competitor must provide, prior to the Competition, a photocopy of his FFTri 2019 licence (or equivalent from a non-French Triathlon Federation). The licence will serve as proof of medical certificate but will not cover the participant on the day of the event.
In the case where the athlete is not licensed, a medical certificate of aptitude (obtained in the last 12 month) to the practice of triathlon in competition must be presented. Failing this, any participation will be excluded. In the case where the participant provides the organization with a not conformed medical certificate that has been "altered" by his own means, the organization will not be responsible for the competitor's health in the event in case of any problem.
The Competitor's registration for the Competition automatically implies his/her agreement to comply with the Rules of the Competition. The Competitor undertakes to become duly familiar with all provisions of the said Rules.
The Participant hereby declares acknowledging and accepting that the Organiser shall be entitled to proceed to the recording and/or the acquisition/storage of still and animated images of the Event, (including the Participant's first and last names, statements and representation), appearing on the various items of equipment (hereafter "the Films and Photographs"). The Participant hereby declares to agree to any and all use by the Organiser or any authorised third party of the Films and Photographs and/or of all or part of their contents or excerpts for the specific following needs, without limitation in time: (a) broadcast of the Event (i.e. any dissemination as a whole or in excerpts, either live or in delayed broadcast, via any and all media and over any platform now known or to be created in the future, by radio and television broadcast, by any mobile, online, digital, closed circuit or public place communication or distribution, any broadcast on airplanes or at sea, over the Internet, video, or DVD); (b) use by any partner/sponsor/supplier of the Event for their operations / institutional communication campaigns (excluding any use for advertising campaigns); (c) promotion of future editions of the Event or any associated event/operation; (d) institutional or commercial promotion of the SARL Cyrille Neveu.