Bergman 113

Bergman Triathlon &
Bergman Duathlon

BERGMAN 113, Bergman Triathlon & Bergman Duathlon is been organized by Deccan Sports Club (DSC) in Kolhapur district Maharashtra. We have all the permissions from all the required authorities to conduct this event .
One of the very less open water triathlon held in India.
BERGMAN 113 Elite Category will be awarded by Prize Money
Age Group for BERGMAN 113 Elite will be Above 18 Years Open category.
Prize will be given in terms of participation in elite category.
  • More then 12 Participants in each category (elite male and elite female) 3 winners will be awarded
  • Less then 12 Participants 2 winners will be awarded (elite male and elite female)
  • Less then 6 Participants 1 winner will be awarded (elite male and elite female)

Bergman Triathlon Categories:

Bergman Duathlon Categories:

About the event

BERGMAN 113

What does 113 define?

113 Defines the distance in Kms Swim 1.9 km Bike 90 Km Run 21.1 Km Total 113 Kms

Origin of the title BERGMAN

Bergman is a German word which means a ‘mountain man’. In ancient times the men who used to stay on the mountain ranges had to face a challenge to overcome the herculean task of crossing the mountains for their daily needs, eventually leading them to being proficient in climbing the mountains. This daily task also made them mentally and physically quite strong .

Deccan Sports Club team has done a lot of research over the years and finalised some very unique and thrilling routes for various Triathlon events to be conducted in the near future. Most of these routes are significantly through the mountains and forest.

Since our triathlon events are going to be mostly in the midst of the forest and mountains and since triathlon events is more of a test of mental and physical strength, Deccan Sport Club team has tried to bring out the analogy from the word BERGMAN, denoting a strong human being, and therefore felt that this is an apt title to be given to the finisher, in every event, for completing the “mountainous” task .

Bergman Triathlon

What is a Triathlon?

A triathlon is a multiple-stage competition involving the completion of three continuous and sequential endurance disciplines. While many variations of the sport exist, triathlon, in its most popular form, involves swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances.

Bergman Duathlon

What is a Duathlon?

Duathlon is an athletic event that consists of a running leg, followed by a cycling leg and then another running leg in a format bearing some resemblance to triathlons.

Downloads

Triathlons

Bergman 113 Triathlon Map

Olympic Triathlon Map

Duathlons

Bergman 113 Duathlon Map

Olympic Duathlon Map

Athelete Guide

Categories

Bergman Triathlon Categories
Bergman Duathlon Categories

Bergman & Bergwoman Kolhapur Cut Off Timings

USP of the event and facilities provided to the participants:

Registration Fees Include

Event Schedule

28th Jan 2023 Saturday

1) Practice Swim 8:00 Am To 10:00 Am
2) Expo Starts 10:00 Am To 7:00 Pm
3) Bib Kit Collection 10:00 Am To 7:00 Pm
4) Bike Check In 12:00 Pm To 8:00 Pm
5) Brief meeting 5 Pm onwards

29th Jan 2023 Sunday Race Day

1) Transition Area Open 5:00 Am To 6:45 Am
2) Olympic Duathlon Line Up 5:45 Am Start Time 6:00 Am
3) Sprint Duathlon Line Up 6:15 Am Start Time 6:30 Am
4) BERGMAN 113 Elite Line Up 6:15 Am Start Time 6:30 Am
5) BERGMAN 113 GENRAL Age Group Line Up 6:30 Am Start Time 6:45 Am
6) Bergman Olympic Distance Triathlon Line Up 6:45 Am Start Time 7:00 Am

General rules
  • The Organisers reserve the right to limit and refuse entries.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to remove any participant deemed physically incapable of continuing the race.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to amend the Rules and Regulations without prior notification.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to amend the race course with prior notice to participants.
  • It is the Participant’s responsibility to fully understand the rules and avoid infringements.
  • The entry and bib number is not transferable or refundable under any circumstances.
  • Organizers has right to cancel any offline registration without any prior notice and the amount paid will be refunded back to the participant.
Cancellation Policy
  • 6 months before the event: 70% refund of entry fees (excluding GST).
  • 4 months before the event: 50% refund of entry fees (excluding GST).
  • 3 months before the event: 20% refund of entry fees (excluding GST).
  • 2 months before the event: No refund of entry fees (excluding GST).
 
Deferral
  • Deferral requests must be made 2 months (60 days) prior to the event.
  • For deferral to the next year’s event, the participant needs to pay the price difference in entry fees in order to confirm his/her entry.
  • All deferral requests must be sent to info@dscorg.in.
  • Make sure to raise the deferral requests within the specified timeframe.
  • Once a deferral is accepted, no further deferral requests will be entertained.
  • No deferral request will be considered after the specified timelines mentioned.
  • The Deferral option will remain valid only for a period of one year starting from the event date.
  • Deferral charge will be Rs. 1099/-.
  • Race Category change charge will be Rs. 1499/-.
Weather Disclaimer
  • In the event of inclement weather, the Organisers reserve the right to delay the start of the race, shorten the race or modify the course.
  • Should inclement weather persist after the delay, the Organisers reserve the right to cancel the race without any refund of registration fees.
  • In the event of dangerous open water conditions only, the Organisers reserve the right to replace the swim with a run.
  • The use of banned substances with the intent to improve performance, eliminate the sense of fatigue or for any other purpose is not allowed at any time and doping tests may be performed at random on participants
  • Participants must not refill hydration or nutrition outside the designated aid stations provided by the Organiser
  • Participants must respect rules and be respectful to the volunteers, spectators, and the Organiser throughout the event
  • Participants are not allowed to throw away their waste outside the litter-zones and garbage bins provided throughout the event
  • Participants must refuse any outside help during the race (e.g., support, supplies, technical assistance)

Unless otherwise pre-approved by the Event Director no athlete shall intentionally cause the physical forward progress of another athlete on any part of the course during the Race. The penalty for this will be disqualification.

  • Participants are not allowed to leave all or part of their race equipment outside the Transition Zone
  • Nudity outside the changing tents is not allowed
  • Wearing headphones is not allowed at any time
  • Participants must be familiar with the entire course, and it is their responsibility to follow the correct route
Race Entry Rules
  • The race is open to athletes of all nationalities
  • On-the-day entries will not be accepted
  • Participants must be 18 years old on race day
  • All entries are non-transferable to other participants or to future BERGMAN events
  • No changes between race distances are permitted
  • Participants racing under an assumed name or age or giving false information will be disqualified and risk suspension or expulsion from other BERGMAN events
  • Prior to race day, in the event of inclement weather, force majeure or other hazardous conditions, the Organizers reserve the right to reschedule or cancel the race without any refund of registration fees
  • The Organizers will not be responsible for any disputes arising from incomplete and/or incorrect entry details given by the participants
  • Participants found to have interchanged their timing bib tag with another individual, will be disqualified from the event and shall not be allowed to apply or participate in the subsequent edition of the event.
Athlete Check-in Rules
  • Participants must proceed to check-in during the allocated times and attend the compulsory race briefing.
  • Participants must rack their bicycles during the allocated times. Participants failing to adhere to this rule are prohibited from starting the race.
  • The timing chip must be worn throughout the entire race around the left ankle.
  • In the event that the timing chip is lost or malfunctioning it is the Participant’s responsibility and will be disqualified.
  • Start numbers may not be reduced in size or altered and must be always visible.
Bike Check-in
  • Participants must proceed to check-in their bicycle at the transition area within the designated times only.
  • You must bring your helmet with you to bike check-in for a safety inspection. Note: smart helmets are not allowed.
  • Athletes need to check-in their bike (with bike sticker attached) and rack it in its designated place.
  • During the check-in Participants are allowed to leave their helmets and bike-shoes so long as they are attached to their bicycle (small equipment such as tool box, bike bottles and bento boxes are also permitted). All other gear can be brought race morning.
SWIMMING RULES
  • All swimmers are required to wear proper swimming attire during the entire swim course. Swimwear/trisuits should not extend past the elbow or knees
  • All swimmers must wear the swim caps provided by the Organizers
  • Swim goggles may be worn
  • Fins, paddles, pool buoys, snorkels or any other swimming aids are not allowed
  • Wetsuits are allowed to use
  • Support crews are not allowed. Any assistance, other than medical aid received during the swim will result in immediate disqualification
  • No persons other than the participants and officials are permitted in the swim course
  • Swimmers in difficulty shall signal by raising an arm to the escorting boats/canoes for assistance
  • Once assistance is rendered, the competitor must retire from the competition
CYCLING RULES
  • Support vehicles or pacers are not allowed at any time
  • All athletes must obey traffic rules while on the cycling course unless otherwise directed by a race official
  • Wearing of headphones is not allowed at any time
  • Drafting is not allowed at any time (the draft zone is 14 metres from front wheel to front wheel or 7 bike lengths)
  • No bare torso is allowed at any time
  • Support vehicles or pacers are not allowed

Helmets must be worn from the moment the bike is removed from the rack, until after it is replaced after the cycle leg.

RUNNING RULES
  • Runners must always wear their race numbers clearly visible at the front of their adorned apparel
  • Support vehicles or pacers are not allowed
  • Runners must run on the designated path for the entire route
  • No bare torso is allowed at any time
  • Wearing headphones is not allowed at any time

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