OUTDOOR means that all activities must be completed outdoors and not on a bike roller or a treadmill. OPTIONAL, on the other hand, means that you have the freedom to choose where and how you do your activities, for example roller bike and outdoor jogging, or vice versa.
No, you can record activities in the order you prefer.
You can complete the distance in a single activity or you can perform two separate activities whose sum of distances must reach the minimum distance required. For example you can separate the distance from 100k to 50+50 or 40+60, etc.
No, the 21K run must be completed in a single activity.
No, in the virtual triathlon each of the three activities have to be completed in a single activity respectively (3K, 40K, 10K, you can change the order and/or perform each on different days but each of them can not be splitted).
You can access the Strava app and edit the activity type. Consequently, it will be updated on the results page.
No, the platform will not take into account any manually recorded activity.
As we only use Strava for time recording on the website, you can only use another application, if it is properly linked to Strava and it allows the recording of time and distance.
Any additional activity will not be taken into account. This also means that there is no option to improve the previous time.
Yes, but you have to make up for the descent with a respective ascent. The starting point must not be higher than the arrival point.
Any activity recorded before or after the event will not be taken into account.
After registering an activity in Strava it takes some time for the activity to appear on the results page, that is beyond our control and we depend on Strava. It usually doesn't take more than 15 minutes, but if after an hour your activity still does not appear on the results page we ask you to contact us.
No, if an activity does not meet the minimum distance it will not be taken into account. We suggest that you record a distance slightly longer than the minimum required just to make sure that it is valid.
The total time of the activity will be taken into account.
Yes, the elapsed time is taken into account, including all breaks during the activity. That also means that at the end of the activity it is important that you not only stop the activity but also save it.
Once the event starts, you won't be able to change your Strava account. But if you registered the wrong account before the start of the event contact us and we will help you with the account change.
If you still have any question regarding the event please contact us at the email: email@example.com.