2019: GERMAN CHAMPIONSHIP PARATRIATHLON OLYMPIC DISTANCE

The EBERL Chiemsee Triathlon is looking forward to hosting the 2019 German Paratriathlon Short Distance Championships.

Paratriathlon and Deaf triathlon categories

The races of the Para triathletes and Deaf triathletes are embedded within the regular EBERL Chiemsee Triathlon races. For information on rules, courses and much more, please look at the respective page of your race-distance.

Registration for the races can be found at Abavent in their own “Para- and Deaf Triathlon” category. In the result list, Para triathletes and Deaf triathletes are listed separately, depending on the competition category.

Wheelchair athletes complete a “run” course slightly different. Information on this can be found below.

Join the world’s biggest event for Para triathletes and Deaf triathletes:

Saturday:

  • Mixed Team Relay
  • Sprint Distance (individual or relay)

Sunday:

  • German Championship Paratriathlon Olympic Distance
  • Olympic Distance relay
  • Half Distance (individual or relay)

Information for deaf athletes

Interpreter

For the entire race weekend, you and we will be assisted by interpreters. You can find them during opening times of the registration at the race office. During the competition preparations, they will be in the transition zone, as well as during and after the races at the finish line area.

Start number

In order to make hearing athletes realize that you do react to acoustic signals, we will be giving you a special start number. Our spectators then also know that they have to raise their hands to cheer!

In case of questions

Contact our volunteers. They are happy to help you or will inform the sign language interpreter.

Information for Para triathletes

Accessibility

We try to select our race course and the associated competition venues barrier-free. Race office, transition zone, finish line area and other important places should be easily accessible. If there are difficulties nevertheless, our volunteers or our race directors will be happy to help you. You can reach via phone:  0160-99818269.

Support during the race

If you have no companion to support, we will gladly provide you with a volunteer. Please contact us in advance via e-mail: info@wechselszene.com

Course Wheelchair Athletes

For wheelchair athletes, the “running” course slightly differs from the usual course. Details on swimming and cycling courses can be found on the respective pages of the offered distances.

Starting at the transition area, turn right on the “run” course. For a short time the course follows the brook, then you have to take a 160 ° turn. A quite narrow section with gravel underground brings you to the clinic Alpenhof. Just before you reach the asphalt, you have to take a narrow left-right combination. You now reached the out-and-back part – a wide asphalt road towards Stöttham. In Stöttham the turnaround leads around a traffic island with a tree. Back in Chieming, you can pass the loop count on your right and ignore it. Shortly thereafter, you’ll find the turn on street width. Please pay attention to your pace – you’ll come downhills.

For wheelchair athletes, we provide a bike escort service. Your companion will be waiting for you shortly after the transition zone and will ensure, among other things, that the runners who share the route with you will stay to the right. If you do not like it, let us know.

We are happy to show you the route in advance. Please contact us at

info@wechselszene.com.