Challenge Tri Camp
I, the undersigned participant in Challenge Tri Camp online coaching, coaching clinics, training sessions, training camps and race tours, hereby certify that I have a sufficient level of fitness to participate in the training sessions that are prescribed to me and that I am physically fit and have not been advised otherwise by a qualified medical person. I am aware that ocean and pool swimming, cycling and running are potentially hazardous activities in an uncontrolled open course environment and carry with them the potential for serious injury or death. I hereby agree to assume all risks associated with Challenge Tri Camp Coaching training sessions and all activities incident thereto including, but not limited to: extreme physical exertion; falls; contact with other participants, event equipment, watercraft, vehicular traffic, potentially dangerous animals; the effects of weather, road conditions and cold water. Additional risks are described on the accompanying List of Possible Hazards. I hereby assume all of the risks of completing Challenge Tri Camp coaching and training sessions that have been prescribed. I realise that liability may arise from negligence or carelessness on the part of the entities or persons named below or from dangerous or defective equipment controlled by them. Having carefully read the above waiver and all risks being known and appreciated by me and in consideration of my participation in Challenge Tri Camp Coaching prescribed training sessions and all activities incident thereto; I hereby take action for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf as follows:
- Waive, release and discharge from any and all liability for my death, disability, personal injury, property theft or actions of any kind however caused which may hereafter accrue to me the following entities or persons: Challenge Tri Camp Coaching, Coaches, directors, employees, volunteers, representatives, agents and sponsors.
- Indemnify and hold harmless the entities or persons mentioned above from any and all liabilities or claims made as a result of participation in Challenge Tri Camp Coaching prescribed training sessions, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.
- I grant my permission to Challenge Tri Camp Ltd and of its transferees and licensees, to utilise any photographs, video recordings and any other references or records of training which may depict, record, or refer to me for any purpose, including commercial use, by Challenge Tri Camp Ltd.
- I agree to abide by the rules of Challenge Tri Camp Ltd training in any of its training camps. I acknowledge that, if I violate any of these rules, I may be removed from the camp and the organiser may withdraw permission for me to attend another training camp.
I certify that I have read and agree to all of the terms and conditions stated on this form. I acknowledge that this accident waiver and release of liability contract will be used by Challenge Tri Camp and that it will govern my actions and responsibilities when undertaking Challenge Tri Camp training sessions and shall be construed broadly to provide a release and waiver to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law. I have read this entire contract and understand its content without exception.
List of Possible Hazards
The following is a partial list of hazards that are often associated with training for triathlon, duathlon, bike racing, running, swimming, and other such endurance events: Falls and collisions with other athletes or vehicles resulting in broken bones, sprains, strains, contusions, and equipment damage. Drowning during open water/pool swimming. Saddle sores, neck and back pain, and hand numbness related to bicycle riding or repetitive motion or other cycling specific ailments. Tendonitis and bursitis, muscle strains and/or tears. Upper respiratory infections associated with heavy training loads. Heart attack and other heart-related symptoms. Gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhoea, constipations (due to dehydration issues) Blood in urine or issues trying to urinate, high ketones or protein levels. Anaemia, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, and exposure to pollution, weight loss, immune system issues due to improper recovery and nutritional needs. Reactions to chlorine: possible ear infections, excessive dry skin (worse in cold climates), change in hair colour, and nasal infections.