2019 MTBA National Championships | Solo 24HR

Mountain Bike Australia in conjunction with WEMBO and New England Mountain Bikers are pleased to present the 2019 MTBA Solo 24HR National Championships in conjunction with 2019 WEMBO Asia Pacific Solo 24 HR Championships and UNE 12 Hours In The Piney.

Note that competitors of the National Championships will also be entered automatically in the WEMBO Asia Pacific Championships.


EVENT DETAILS

Event: 2019 MTBA Solo 24HR National Championships

Date: Saturday 9th – Sunday 10th November 2019

Location: SportUNE, Armidale, NEW SOUTH WALES

Disciplines: Solo 24HR

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/UNE12HoursInThePiney/


COMMISSAIRE APPOINTMENTS

President of the Commissaire Panel: Peter Hosking

Commissaire Panel: Richard Blake, Tony Pearce, Richard Apps


ONLINE REGISTRATIONS

Online Registrations Open: 9:00am (AEDT) – Tuesday 1st January 2019.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 2019 MTBA SOLO 24HR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Online Registrations Close: 6pm (AEST) – Sunday 8th November 2019.

Membership Requirements: To register and participate in this event, riders must hold a valid MTBA Membership at the time of registering.  Please note: Membership must be valid on the date of the event for which you are registering. If your membership expires before the date of the event, you must renew your membership before entering this event. MTBA Recreation Members may upgrade to a Race Membership at anytime through the MTBA Online Services System or opt to purchase a discounted Race Day Licence Upgrade.


For more information on MTBA membership options
CLICK HERE.


DOPING CONTROL

The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) has been notified of this event, and may conduct random testing during the Mountain Bike Australia Cross-Country National Championships.

To ensure that you are adequately informed on testing procedures, please read the guidelines provided by ASADA herePlease note that blood samples may be required along with standard urine samples.

For questions about prohibited substances, please contact the ASADA Hotline on 1800 020 506.

Mountain Bike Australia strongly encourages all athletes and support personnel to ensure that you maintain ample knowledge about the sample collection process and your rights and responsibilities in relation to testing.

Please visit the ASADA website – www.asada.gov.au or the ASADA eLearning website – elearning.asada.gov.au for further information.

 


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