FINAL EVENT INFO
Click here to read the important final event information that has been emails to the competitors and officials - TBC
Click here for the provisional Tech Guide - TBC
*Please note that this is subject to change.
Click here for the provisional programme - TBC
*Please note this event programme is provisional and subject to change.
TEAM MANAGERS AND OFFICIALS
Clubs will be sent a list of riders and their contact details once entries close. The Club must appoint a Team Manager prior to the event.
All Club officials/handlers must be registered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive accreditation into the in-field. All team officials must have a current Cycling New Zealand Licence. Accreditation can be collected prior to the Team Managers Meeting on Thursday afternoon.
Clubs are limited to one Team Manager, one assistant Team Manager and one coach. They can also register one additional handler per five riders.
The Team Manager must attend the Team Managers meeting. Important information such as any key changes or updates to the programme will be provided at this meeting and it is the responsibility of the team manager to disseminate this information to their riders
Riders can choose their own Madison pairings ahead of/at the competition. Teams can be club teams or mixed club teams. All Madison team pairings along with team kit/colour must be confirmed at Confirmation of Starters on Thursday. This is also when Madison race numbers will be allocated and distributed.
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