No, we do not offer a waiting list.
There are no waiting lists and withdrawn slots will not be resold.
Tier Pricing is inventory-based according to slot quantities and will automatically increase when capacity has been filled.
Visit the Registration page of this event for information on registration options. There are no waiting lists and withdrawn slots will not be resold.
No, competitors do not need to qualify or validate to enter IRONMAN 70.3 Goa. However, we do suggest training suitably and being ready for the event as there are cut off times in the race.
We have only Age Group category in the first year and there is no Professional Category.
Yes, there are relay teams. For information please visit the "Register" tab.
All Age Group athletes must complete in their Age Group division corresponding to the athlete's age on December 31st of the year of the event. So, your age as on 31st December 2020 would determine the age group you race in.
All athletes must be a minimum of 18 years of age as of race day for the event year to compete in IRONMAN 70.3 Goa.
18-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69 70-74 75-79 80+
Yes. Before physically challenged athletes registers, we strongly insist them to provide additional information regarding their medically verified physical, visual or neurological impairment by email to firstname.lastname@example.org so that the case can be evaluated by the Race Director and assess their participation in the race. They may then go ahead and register upon the approval by the Race Director, they will be accommodated for registration as per prevailing Tier rate at the time we received the request by email.
The fastest way to get from Goa Airport (GOI) to Miramar is by car/taxi. The driving distance between Goa Airport (GOI), Dabolim and Miramar Beach, Panaji is approximately 28.9km/18 miles or 15.6 n miles via NH366. Goa Airport (IATA: GOI, ICAO: VOGO): also known as Dabolim Airport, is the only airport in Goa and is located in the city of Dabolim, 29km southwest of the capital city, Panaji, 4km of Vasco de Gama and 30km from the state capital, Panjim. The race venue, Miramar Beach, is just 3km away from Panaji and is situated right beside the popular attraction known as Aguada Fort. Goa Airport is not very big and does not have the same transport facilities compared to major airports in India. EndureFun Outdoors as the Transfers Partner of Ironman 70.3 Goa 2022 is providing hassle-free transfers of bike boxes, participants and accompanying person from Airport to hotel and back at competitive prices. This will ensure seamless transfer of your bike box from airport to hotel without the hassle of arranging your own cab ready to carry it. If interested, register at bit.ly/3Dcy7NU
EndureFun Outdoors team will be fluent in English and will coordinate the entire airport transfers of bike boxes, participants and accompanying persons.
EndureFun Outdoors as the Transfers Partner of Ironman 70.3 Goa 2022 is providing hassle-free transfers of bike boxes, participants and accompanying person from Airport to hotel and back at competitive prices. This will ensure seamless transfer of your bike box from airport to hotel without the hassle of arranging your own cab ready to carry it. If interested, register at bit.ly/3Dcy7NU
ATHLETE CHECK-IN FAQ’S
Athlete Check-In location and hours can be found in the Event Schedule.
Prior to race day, at least one slot shall be tentatively allocated to each Age Group category (both male and female). Final Slot Allocation will be determined on race day based on the number of official starters in each Age Group. If there are no starters in a particular Age Group, then that slot will be moved to the next calculated Age Group within the gender. Final Slot Allocation shall be representative of the actual number of Age Group starters in each category in the race. Athletes MUST claim their slot in-person during the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Slot Allocation and Rolldown Ceremony. Please check the schedule of events for time and location.
Slot Allocation and Rolldown will be completed together in the same ceremony for all IRONMAN events. Please check the schedule of events for time and location. Anyone who wishes to claim a Rolldown slot must attend the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Slot Allocation and Roll-Down Ceremony and claim their slot in person. If an automatic qualifier in an Age Group chooses not to take the slot, does not attend the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Slot Allocation and Rolldown Ceremony, or has already qualified, the next eligible finisher in that Age Group may claim the slot that has rolled down. If there are no more eligible finishers in a particular Age Group or no other finishers in attendance at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Slot Allocation and Rolldown Ceremony in that Age Group, that unclaimed slot will be reallocated to another Age Group within the gender based on the athletes-to-slots ratio. The Age Group within the gender with the largest athletes-to-slots ratio will receive the first reallocated slot, followed by the next largest ratio receiving the second re-allocated slot (if applicable), and so on.
Swim, Bike and Run course maps are available on the course page of the event website.
Swim: Each wave will have 1:10 to complete the swim. Athletes who take longer than 1:10 to complete the swim will receive a DNF. Additionally, any athlete that starts in the final wave and misses the 1:10 cut off will not be allowed to continue on in the race and will receive a DNF. Bike: 5 hours and 30 minutes after the final wave start. Run: 8 hours and 30 minutes after the final wave start. Total Time Cut-off: The race will officially end 8 hours and 30 minutes after the final wave. Each athlete will have 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the race. Any athlete that takes longer than 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the race will receive a DNF and will not be eligible for age group awards and will not be eligible for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship slots. Additionally, athletes that are in an earlier wave and finish before the final course cut-off but take longer than 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the race will receive a DNF and will not be eligible for IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Slots. Relays: The race will officially end 8 hours and 30 minutes after the final wave. Each athlete and relay team will have 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the race. Any athlete or relay team that takes longer than 8 hours and 30 minutes to complete the race will receive a DNF and will not be eligible for awards. *Cut-off times are subject to change, please check the Athlete Guide closer to the event
Absolutely NO communication devices, MP3 players, speakers, or any other devices (Yes, that means NO cell)
If you are struggling and decide that you require assistance do your best to remain calm, raise your hand high into the air/shout to get the attention of the support boats and move to the outside of the course if you are able. You can hold on to a boat without being disqualified as long as the boat does not provide propulsion. There will also be resting rafts available throughout the course.
SPECTATORS / COACHES
The tracking is ONLY available on race day. Please visit ironman.com and click on ‘Live Coverage’ at the top of the page and select the correct race. Select ‘Athlete Tracker’ and you can search by bib number or last name.
Friends and/or family members are not permitted to cross the finish line or enter the finish chute with participating athletes. This policy allows each competitor adequate time to celebrate their accomplishment without interfering with other finishers and ensure the safety of all participants, volunteers and fans. Athletes who choose not to respect the policy will receive an automatic disqualification (DQ).
Unfortunately, due to high congestion in the finish line area, no spectators will be allowed. Please do not try to gain access to this area, as it must remain clear for the safety of the athletes. Before the event, you and your athlete should decide on a meeting place for after they have finished.
The Medical Tent is highly congested and spectators will not be allowed in. There will be a Medical Information Tent next to the Medical Tent where medical updates will be available on athletes who enter the Medical Tent.
No, for safety reasons we ask that you do not attempt to follow your athlete by car. The best place to watch your athlete is in the transition area and the finish line. Any vehicular traffic on the race course should expect long delays. Please do not attempt to gain access to the race course with your vehicle. We want to keep the course as safe as possible for the athletes
Yes, during the event there will be live race day coverage including athlete tracking and up-to-date race results. The tracking is ONLY available on race day. You can go to ironman.com and click on ‘Live Coverage’ at the top of the page and select the correct race. Select ‘Athlete Tracker’ and you can search by bib number or last name.