©2019 by International Stand Up Paddle & Kayak Marathon 2019. 

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EVENT OUTLINE

RE-REGISTRATION

2 Aug 2019 (Friday) 
  1. Re-registration and distribution of Competition – Kits

  2. Opening Parade

  3. Beach cleanup activities

  4. Friday prayer break

  5. Sea Kayak and Standup Paddling Introduction & Coaching Clinics

  6. Sea Kayak Official Briefing 

  7. Belitong Geopark Expo 2019

  8. Welcome Dinner

KAYAK MARATHON

 3 Aug 2019 (Saturday)
  1. Kayak Marathon Race K1 - Flag Off

  2. Kayak Marathon Race K2 - Flag Off

  3. Traditional Canoe Marathon - Flag Off

  4. SUP Yoga Exhibition

  5. Stand Up Paddle Official Briefing

  6. Belitong Geopark Expo 2019

SUP MARATHON

4 Aug 2019 (Sunday)
  1. Stand Up Paddle Marathon - Flag Off

  2. Stand Up Paddle Race - Flag Off

  3. Belitong Geopark Expo 2019

  4. Award Celebration

CATEGORY

STAND UP PADDLE MARATHON

  1. SUP MARATHON 10K
    a. Top 3 Male
    b. Top 2 Female

     

  2.  SUP RACE
    a. Top 3 Male
    b. Top 2 Female

     

KAYAK MARATHON

  1.  K1 MARATHON 21K
    a. Top 3 Male
    b. Top 2 Female

     

  2.  K2 MARATHON 21K
    a. Top 3 Male
    b. Top 2 Female

 

 

TRADITIONAL CANOE

 

 

MARATHON

 

 

 

 

 

Top 3

IDR 200.000.000

*) All Prize Money is to be given in Indonesian Rupiah denomination and be transferred directly to winners’ accounts. Participants may be asked for his / her personal account number for this purpose. Due to local regulations, no hard cash is allowed to be handed out to the winners.

RACE RULES

  1. Limitation of SUP: maximum of length – 12.6’ ft, no weight restriction, no minimum dimensions. All of the competitors are free to bring their own SUP.

  2. All of the competitors are required to wear a leash and a Life Jacket/ PFD.

  3. Some part of the course have shallow rocks / corals, wear suitable water-socks / shoes / skin protection to prevent from unnecessary cut or scratch.

  4. A competitor must be standing while paddling once a race has started (prone paddlers excluded) until crossing over the finish line. A competitor is allowed to sit, lay or kneel to rest without making forward progress. If a competitor takes more than five strokes while sitting, laying or kneeling once a race has started the competitor may be disqualified (DNF). The exception with this would be for safety reasons where a competitor needs to avoid or may be put into a potentially dangerous situation that would put them or others at risk of injury and or property damage.

  5. A competitor shall only use the paddle, waves and wind to propel the board forward during a race. No outside assistance drafting a vessel not in the race, form of a sail, clothing designed to catch wind, or any other speed device not considered the norm to SUP or paddleboard racing is allowed.

  6. The safety of all participants and competitions are the number one priority of the event’s committee. Participants shall attend all competitor meetings and race postings to keep themselves informed with the typical conditions for the race and also the day of conditions to be expected. All competitors should be mindful with any persons that may be in danger during the course of the race and should assist or help get safety staff attention.

  7. All of competitor must register on each check point and follow the challenge instruction given by the check point’s marshall.

  8. Start/ Finish on the beach, competitors must cross the Start/ Finish line with their Paddle.

STAND UP PADDLE BOARD MARATHON RULES

Kayak Marathon is a paddling sport in which athletes paddle a kayak using double-bladed paddle over a long distance to the finish line. All of the competitors are required to bring their own kayak and necessary equipment. A limited number of kayaks (K2 and K1) are available on a first come first serve basis. Please check with the committee for the availability.

Limitation of Kayak

K1 : 520cm Maximum Length and 8kg Minimum Weight

K2 : 650cm Maximum Length and 12kg Minimum Weight

  1. All kinds of building materials are permitted. Sections and longitudinal lines of the hull shall not be concave (only horizontally and vertically). Steering rudders are allowed.  The maximum thickness of the rudder blade must not exceed 10 mm in the case of K-1 and K-2. If the rudder blade forms an extension to the length of the kayak.

  2. The length of a kayak shall be measured between the extremes of the stem and stern. Stern bands or other protection of the stem or stern, if any, are to be included. Any rudder forming a continuation of the length of a kayak is not included in the measurement. The weight of a kayak shall be measured when the boat has been emptied of excess water and may include buoyancy, seats, footrests, steering gear and fixed pumps, but excluding paddles, spray decks and drink containers.

  3. Manually operated pumps may be fitted in kayaks. Bailers which interrupt the line of the hull are not permitted. Electrically operated pumps may only be used when the race organizers require it on safety grounds. Automatic or pump bailers may be fitted in both kayaks and canoes.

  4. No foreign substance may be added to boats which give competitors an unfair advantage. The use of hull lubricants are not permitted.

  5. All of competitors must register on each check point and follow the challenge instruction given by the check point’s marshal.

  6. Start/ Finish on the beach, competitors must cross the Start/ Finish line with their Paddle.

KAYAK MARATHON

RULES

Traditional Canoe Marathon is a paddling sport in which people rowing a canoe using wood single-bladed paddle on their foot (the way of local people using their traditional canoe) over a long distance to the finish line.

  1. Limitation of Canoe: Free Length and Weight but must be made of wood and using wooden single bladed paddle (Traditional Canoe of Belitong).

  2. All of the competitors are free to bring their own canoe.

  3. No foreign substance may be added to boats which give competitors an unfair advantage. The use of hull lubricants are not permitted.

  4. All of competitor must register on each check point and follow the challenge instruction given by the check point’s marshall.

  5. Start/ Finish on the beach, competitors must cross the Start/ Finish line with their Paddle.

Traditional Canoe Competition

Aside from kayak marathon competition participated by local Indonesian as well as international participants, a traditional canoe competition is also held with the aim of local villages participants. This competition is aimed for local fisherman, so that the local fisherman will not only be the spectators, but also becoming part of the competition, showcasing unique local traditional canoe.

TRADITIONAL CANOE MARATHON RULES

EVENT ROUTE

REGISTRATION

HOW TO GET THERE

LOCATION

Belitong Geopark is located in Belitung Island, Bangka-Belitung Province, approximately 400 km to the North of Jakarta, or 500 km to the South of Singapore. Belitong Geopark has a total area of approximately 4,800 km2 of land and 13,000 km2 of sea.

Belitung is served by regular commercial flights from Jakarta, Batam, Palembang, Batam and Pangkal Pinang

GETTING THERE

By Air

Currently, there are eight direct flights daily from Jakarta’s Soekarno Hatta International Airport (CGK) to HAS Hanandjoeddin Airport (TJQ) at Tanjung Pandan, Belitung. The flight takes about 45 minutes.

There are also flights from Jakarta, Palembang, Batam and Bandung to the neighboring island, Bangka’s Depati Amir Pangkalpinang Airport (PGK). From Bangka, there are two flights daily to Belitung that takes about 30 minutes.

By Sea

From Bangka’ Pangkalbalam port, a jetfoil ship KM Bahari Express sails to Belitung at 2.00 pm everyday. The trip takes about 4 hours.

Contact

Jl. Pramuka No. 145,  Rawasari, Cempaka Putih,

Kota Jakarta Pusat 10570

DKI Jakarta - Indonesia

+6221-42884002

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