Polish triathlon events licensed by the World Triathlon Corporation have launched a cross-promotion action which comes to an end on November 20th. By registering for 5150 Warsaw, athletes will get priority entry for IRONMAN 70.3 Gdynia, which means they will also be able to pay the lowest entry fee.
Regular registration for IRONMAN 70.3 Gdynia starts on December 1st. Athletes who will register for 5150 Warsaw by the end of the week (November 20th) will get access to the pre-registration process scheduled for November 28th – November 30th.
Participation limit of IRONMAN 70.3 Gdynia 2017 is 2.500 athletes. The entry fees will be as follows:
- first 1.500 slots – 165 EUR
- another 500 slots – 195 EUR
- the other 500 slots – 225 EUR.
Registration for 5150 Warsaw is already open. Around 500 athletes have already signed up. The race, which had a spectacular debut this year, is to be held on June 11, 2017. 5150 Warsaw offers unique opportunity to cycle and run in the heart of a big metropolis. Part of the bike course, T2 zone and run course are all located in the historic part of the city, just a stone's throw from the Old Town and the Castle Square, with the finish line and IRONMAN village being situated at the foot of the monumental Grand Theater and National Opera. The entry fee is 100 EUR.
IRONMAN 70.3 Gdynia is a benchmark triathlon event in the Central & Eastern Europe, with 3.800 athletes taking part in the main race and the side events (sprint, relays & IRONKIDS) in 2016. The race combines swimming in the Gdansk Bay and a picturesque bike course leading through the hilly Kashubia region with running on the sea boulevards and main streets of Gdynia. The epic journey is completed at the one-of-its-kind finish area located at the main city beach, with thousands of enthusiastic fans filling up the tribunes. In 2017, the race will offer 50 qualifying slots for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.