David Juckes Aquathlon

Public Race

Sunday 10th Sept 2023 at Impington Village College

Event Overview


Cambridge Triathlon Club’s David Juckes Aquathlon will take place on 10 September 2023. The event  is named in memory of David Juckes who was part of the club for many years.

The aquathlon is a fun and competitive team event open to both senior and junior club members as well as their family and friends. It also provides a friendly introduction to multi-sport for novices. The event is held at Impington Village College in the 25m indoor pool and adjacent playing field.




08:00   – registration and transition open
08:40   – registration closes
08:45   – race briefing at the finish line
09:00   – race starts
12:30   – results (provisional time)



  • Competitors can enter as individuals and will be placed by the race organisers into a team or they can enter as a team.
  • It is a mixed team event, for teams of 3 to 5 competitors.
  • The overall team score will be calculated from the average of the ranking position within each category.
  • If you know who is going to be in your team please email the names of all the team members to the following email address once you have all entered the event online:  aquathlon2023@cambridgetriathlonclub.com


Categories for Team Racing

Age as of 31st December 2023


Male/Female Categories                                 Swim                                          Run

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Tristart (8 yrs)                                                         50m                                          600m
Tristar 1 (9-10 yrs)                                                150m                                         1200m
Tristar 2 (11-12 yrs)                                              200m                                         1800m
Tristar 3 (13-14 yrs)                                              300m                                         2400m
Youth (15-16 yrs)                                                  300m                                         2400m

Cambridge Junior members are encouraged to enter one of these age categories rather than the novice categories so that it can contribute towards points in the club championships.

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Junior (17-18 yrs)                                                  400m                                         3000m
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Senior (19-39 yrs)                                                  400m                                         3000m
Veteran (40+ yrs)                                                  400m                                         3000m
Super Vet (50+ yrs)                                               400m                                         3000m

For adult and kids novice categories see further below


Team combination

Teams can be from 3 to 5 people from any of the above categories. To improve a team’s chances of winning the team would ideally be made up of competitors from different categories. For example, if a team of 4 competitors are all from the same category then the best they could theoretically position is 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, which would be rather good, but not as good as a team of 4 competitors from different categories who could theoretically place 1st, 1st, 1st and 1st.



Team scoring

  • At least 3 Team Members must complete the race for the team score to be considered.
  • Within each qualifying team, the average of the rankings per category will be calculated.
  • If teams are drawn equal, the highest rankings will determine position. If still equal after this the result will be declared a draw.
  • There will be prizes for first, second and third teams.


Novice Race

Novice Race (optional and for non-club members only)

Defined as anyone having competed in less than 3 multisport events who doesn’t want to enter one of the main age categories (if you have competed in less than 3 multisport events you can still enter the main categories if you’d prefer).

Novices will complete a reduced course to encourage participation and will compete according to age and male/female category.


Categories for Novices

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Novice Kids (8 to 10yrs)                                   50m                                            600m

Novice Kids (11 to 16yrs )                               100m                                         1800m

Novice Adults (17+)                                        100m                                         2400m


Booking Details

Please book by Monday 4 September 2023

Entry fees are £12 for all adults and £10 for anyone 18 or under.

Senior club members should book and pay via the Club Booking system

Junior members and non-club members will need to complete the online booking form at https://forms.gle/JFqLUriDTKfdvuHq6 . Payment for the event should be via bank transfer using the following details::

Account name: Cambridge Triathlon Club
Sort code: 30-13-55
Account number: 02972578
Please use the payment reference “Aqua” followed by surname (e.g. AquaSmith)



If you are not planning to race, but could lend a hand with marshalling, we would love to hear from you! We need around 30-40 marshals in order to put on the event, with various roles on offer from  registration and time keeping to refreshments and general cheering! Please email aquathlon2023@cambridgetriathlonclub.com if you can help, thanks.

Please read the Terms and conditions
David Juckes Aquathlon - Terms and Conditions
“The Organiser” – Cambridge Triathlon Club

“The Event” – David Juckes Aquathlon

“The Participant” – Individual(s) who wish to enter or have entered The Event via the on-line entry service.

  1. Conditions of Entry
    By completing the designated entry process participants are agreeing to abide by the following terms and conditions. Where the entry has been submitted via the British Triathlon Federation’s on-line entries service the Participant agrees that neither the BTF nor any of the home nation Triathlon federations will be liable to the Participant for any matter connected with the Event. The contract is between the Organiser and the Participant.
  2. Completion of Entry process
    It is the Participant’s responsibility to provide accurate and truthful information when completing the entry process, any errors in data entered is the responsibility of the Participant.

If at any point the organiser discovers that the Participant has provided false or inaccurate personal information, or that the information provided means that the participant is ineligible to participate in the Event the organiser reserves the right to refuse entry or disqualify the Participant, without any refund of the entry fee or administration fee.

  1. Payment
    Each Participant is required to pay the entry fee in full, along with any administration fees which may apply at the time of entry.

Once payment is received and entry is confirmed, the fee is non-refundable other than as set out in section 5 below.

Administration fees are non-refundable in all circumstances.

  1. Confirmation of entry
    Entry to the event is confirmed by the BTF online entry service via email to the email address provided by the Participant only upon completion of the entry process.
  1. Participant’s withdrawal policy & refunds
    If the Participant wishes to withdraw from the Event they must do so by informing the Organiser in writing by email

toaquathlon2017@cambridgetriathlonclub.com. The email subject title must be “WITHDRAWAL”. No other method of withdrawal is accepted by the Organiser. Providing the withdrawal notice is provided within the applicable time limits the Organiser will confirm the withdrawal by email to the Participant within 5 working days. If no response to the withdrawal request is received the Participant should phone the Organiser on 01223874614.

Withdrawing from the Event is irrevocable; if notice of withdrawal is given under this section then the Organiser will remove the Participant’s name from its start lists and other official documentation, whether or not the entry fee has been refunded in full, in part or not at all.

Participant hereby acknowledges and agrees that any refund that may be due will be payable by the Organiser and that the BTF or any home nation Triathlon federation will not be liable in any way for the said refund. The BTF (and the home nation federations) will not be responsible for processing or obtaining any refund.

  1. Transfer & swapping of entries
    Participants are not allowed to transfer or swap their entry to another person under any circumstances. Entries cannot be deferred to future editions of the Event.

Transferring or swapping of entries risks that the Organiser’s Event insurance will be voided or subject to limitations and conditions or limitations not anticipated by the Organiser. In this and in other ways attempting to swap entries creates additional risks for the Event and for the other Participants.
Any participants and other involved individuals who are found to have swapped their entries will be banned from participating in all future events promoted by the organiser, and referred to the relevant Home Nation Association who may chose to implement further disciplinary action.

  1. Race information
    The race information is published by email. It is the Participant’s responsibility to read, understand and abide by the race information. The Organiser reserves the right to alter the race information at any time without notice.
  2. Registration
    Details of the registration process are contained within the race information. It is the responsibility of the Participants to attend registration during the published times. Participants are required to attend registration to collect their race packs, those unable to attend may nominate another individual to collect their race pack if that individual is in possession of the entry confirmation email and a form of photo ID of the participant.

Participants must have photo ID (drivers licences, passport, Triathlon membership card etc) to register for the event and be issued their race pack.
Race packs will not be posted out, and can only be collected during the published times.

If you do not register for the Event you will not be entitled to compete.

  1. Photography
    The Organiser has the right to use images, photographs and video taken by their contracted photographers and employees at the Event without informing the Participant. These images will only be used for the purposes of promoting, reporting and broadcasting the event, and any other promotion related to the business activities of the Organiser.

Any individual who does not wish to have their image used by the organiser for these purposes must inform the organiser via email no later than one week prior to the event. Notification closer to, or after the Event can be made and the organiser will use its best endeavours to prevent images of that individual being used but cannot guarantee it.

For events where under 18 year olds are competing, Participants and event attendees are required to comply with the Photography Policy published on the event website.

  1. Competition Rules
    The Event is run in accordance with British Triathlon Federation Rules, which can be viewed atwww.britishtriathlon.org/about except where stated i.e. elite races.

It is the Participant’s responsibility to know and abide by the rules, and to ensure their equipment and its use complies with the rules.

Where cut-off times apply, the Organiser reserves the right to remove Participants that do not meet those times or have, in their opinion, no realistic chance of meeting those times. In this situation no refund will be made to the Participant.

  1. Event Changes
    The Organiser reserves the right to change or amend any details relating to the Event at its sole discretion due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control, including by way of changing distances or disciplines. This includes the right to alter start times etc.
  2. Event Cancellation
    If the Event is cancelled for reasons beyond the organisers control, including without limitation fire, storm, act of terrorism, “act of god”, serious medical incident, then the Participant will not be entitled to any refund or compensation of other losses and any refund that the Organiser decides to make will be within the absolute discretion of the Organiser.
  3. Liability
    Participation in the Event is at the Participant’s own risk. The Participant irrevocably agrees to hold harmless, indemnify and reimburse the Organiser from and for any sum, costs or expenses (including legal and professional fees) incurred, payable or paid by the Organiser to any person (including the Participant and/or any of the Participant’s insurers) in connection with any accident, loss, damage or injury (including death) arising out of the Participant’s attendance at and participation in the Event or any part thereof (except where any such injury or death is caused by the negligence of the Organiser or any of its employees) and the Organiser’s liability to the participant is excluded to the fullest extent permissible by law.

Other than as stated below, the Organiser shall not be liable for any loss, damage or expense arising from an event of Force Majeure.

The Organiser, its staff, agents or contractors shall not be liable for indirect or consequential loss or damage.

The Organiser will not be liable for any computer result errors or any technical malfunctions.
Whilst the Organiser takes every care with staging the event, the Participant acknowledges that personal accident and personal items insurance is his/her sole responsibility. The Organiser shall not be liable to the participant for any loss or damage of or to personal equipment belonging to the participant, or any indirect or consequential loss or damage whatsoever arising out of the participant taking part in the Event; or for any loss of business; revenue or profit; loss of reputation; anticipated savings or wasted expenditure; pledges made on your behalf or by you to charity.

The Organiser will not be liable for any actions of any spectators or other third parties.

  1. Medical Conditions & Information
    All Participants are required to provide emergency contact details as part of the entry process, and to disclose any known medical conditions to the Organiser. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse entry and not to provide a refund, if a Participant fails to provide this information or the information provided is known to be false.

It is the Participant’s responsibility to ensure they have the right level of physical ability to complete the Event. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition which might interfere with your safe participation in the Event, before you enter you should seek advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice. Please see our Health Commitment Statement for more advice (below).

  1. Collection & use of data
    The Participant agrees and consents to The Organiser using his/her personal details provided in his/her Online Registration Form or otherwise and for the following purposes:

Event administration

(a) The Organiser requires a record of each Participant’s registration details including third party emergency contact details for internal administration purposes in order to properly conduct and to safely administer the Event.
(b) The Participant agrees to receive emails from Cambridge Triathlon Club Aquathlon 2017 and British Triathlon and the Home Nation Associations containing event information and event updates before and after the event.
(c) The Organiser will also keep records of medical information provided that it is kept confidential and may be shared only with medical personnel or teams allocated to the Event. Such information shall be deleted within a reasonable time following the completion of the Event unless the participant agrees that the Organiser may use such information in relation to future events organised by the Organiser which are staged within a reasonable timeframe thereafter.
(d) The publication of the official start lists and results of the Event, and their inclusion in British Triathlon Federation’s historical results database as well as other reasonable statistical purposes. For the avoidance of doubt, the following Participant information shall be published within Event start lists and results: Name, Age, Age Category, Gender, Club and membership number as appropriate. In addition to this data, Date of Birth shall be passed to British Triathlon to enable matching of results to individual membership records, but will not be publicly published.

E-mail/SMS communications

(a) The Organiser will use the Participant’s contact data submitted on the Online Registration Form or otherwise to send the Participant information by e-mail and/or SMS relating to the Event, other events and any further categories of news and promotional information as the Participant may have requested on the Online Registration Form.
(b) The Participant acknowledges and agrees that the Organiser may send an e-mail or SMS notification following the Event inviting the Participant to submit or renew his/her registration for any future Organiser events.
(c) The Participant accepts that the Event’s appointed photography partner will be able to email them post event regarding the purchase of participant photos from the event.
(d) The Participant accepts that if he/she ticks a charity box at point of entry, their details will be passed onto said charity who will be able to contact him/her in the future

All participant data will be managed and stored securely by the BTF in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Participant data will be passed to Cambridge Triathlon Club and stored in accordance to their privacy policy.


Health commitment statement

Your health is your responsibility. The Organiser is dedicated to helping you take every opportunity to enjoy your participation in the Events safely. With this in mind, we have carefully considered what we can reasonably expect of each other.

Our commitment to you

We will respect your personal decisions, and allow you to make your own decisions about what exercise you can carry out. However, we ask you not to exercise beyond what you consider to be your own abilities.

We will make every reasonable effort to make sure the Event is organised to accepted safe operational standards for you to enjoy.

We will make all reasonable steps to ensure first aid is available at the Event to an industry standard.

If you tell us you have a disability which puts you at a substantial disadvantage in accessing our event, we will consider what adjustments, if any, are reasonable for us to make.

Your commitment to us

You should not exercise beyond your own abilities. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition which might interfere with your safe participation in the Event, before you enter you should seek advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice.

It is the decision of the Participant, not the Organiser, to determine whether he or she is fit enough to participate in the Event. If the Participant is in any doubt, they should seek medical advice. It is up to the Participant where to seek that medical advice.

You should let us know immediately, if you feel unwell whilst participating in the Events. Our staff are not qualified Doctors, but there will be first aid provision in attendance at the Events.

If you have a disability, you must follow any reasonable instructions to allow you to complete our event safely.

This Health Commitment Statement sets the standards that the Organiser and the Participant can reasonably expect from each other in regards to the health of the participant.