2019 ITT PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP
The Ontario Cycling Association is pleased to announce that the Individual Time Trial (ITT) Provincial Championship will take place on Sunday, August 25th, 2019. This year’s ITT Provincial Championship is presented by the Ontario Cycling Association.
Three distances will be available to participants of all license categories. Anyone can participate, but only OCA UCI licensed riders qualify for the Championships. There will be sportif categories for those who don’t want to/can’t participate in the championship categories, as well as those who fail bike check.
Riders must have an Ontario issued UCI license to participate within championship categories. Citizen permit and/or one-day permit holders may participate within identified categories. Please refer to the tech guide for information regarding championship categories.
The event will be held in Arthur Ontario. Race headquarters will be located inside the Arthur Arena at 158 Domville St, Arthur, ON N0G 1A0. Parking will be available at the arena.
Race day sign-in will open at 9:00 am and will close at 11:00 am inside of the Arthur Arena. All participants MUST sign-in to be eligible to participate.
There will be no day-of registration for this event. Show your support and register as soon as possible!
|Registration||until August 22nd at 11:59pm||$50|
|HST and CCN processing fees will be charged on all registration, and are not include in the above price.|
|Entries are non-refundable and non-transferable|
- 10:00 am start with all of the 15 km categories
- 25 km categories
- 35 km categories with the last start of the day being Sportif Men
The start is one by one with an interval of 30 seconds or 1 minute depending on the number of participants.
Official start lists will be posted within 24 hours prior to the event at: http://racetiming.ca/
The following Categories are eligible for Championship Medals:
- Master A Women
- Master B Women
- Master C Women
- Elite Women
- U19 Women
- Para Women
- Master A Men
- Master B Men
- Master C Men
- Master D Men
- Elite Men
- U23 Men
- U19 Men
- Para Men
Please Note: In order for a medal to be awarded, there must be N + 1 participants in the category. In order for a provincial jersey to be awarded, there must be N + 4 participants in the category.
- 2 Participants – Gold will be awarded
- 3 Participants – Gold & Silver will be awarded
- 4 Participants – Gold, Silver, & Bronze will be awarded
- 5 Participants – Gold, Silver, Bronze, & a Provincial Jersey will be awarded
For complete information please refer to the 2019 Provincial ITT Tech Guide