This event will be run under COVID-19 regulation set by the Australian Government as outlined within the BMX NSW COVID-19 Safety management plan
*Have you returned from any overseas countries within the last 14 days?
*Have you been in close contact with anyone who has travelled from overseas within the last 14 days?
*Have you had close contact with or cared for someone diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 14 days?
*Have you returned from Victoria within the last 14 days?
*Have you attended any of the reported case locations listed on the NSW Health website? https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/latest-news-and-updates#latest-covid-19-case-locations-in-nsw
*Have you experienced any cold or flu-like symptoms in the last 14 days (to include fever, cough, sore throat, respiratory illness, difficulty breathing)?
There are no exceptions to this and you will need to confirm this in the QR code process upon your arrival to practice on Saturday afternoon and racing on Sunday.
Transponders will be used at this event, all riders must have a transponder in order to be scored.
(Note: Sprockets are not scored and do not need a transponder)
All entry fees include $9.35 rider levy to the State ($8.50 + GST)
Note extra fees changed by the service provider
Superclass / Masterclass / Age / Cruiser: 3 motos and finals
Sprockets: 4 motos (note: there is no gender division in Sprockets classes)
Racing conducted under ARB 012-1(a), 012-2(b) - See the Australian Rulebook 2020.
Pro sections in all sanctioned events to be traversed only by Superclass riders. The Pro-sections are mandatory for Superclass male riders and optional for Superclass female riders unless otherwise directed by the Chief Commissaire.
Participation class riders may be assisted at the start.
A protest may be filed by a rider through the Team Manager with the Chief Commissaire for the scoring of a rider. Protests can only be made on the results from the scoring medium showing the order in which the riders crossed the finish line, not the decisions of the commissaires panel that are noted in the results such as DNS (Did Not Start), DNF (Did Not Finish), REL (Relegated).
In all cases the decisions made by the Chief Commissaire are final
By entering this event I, for myself and for my heirs, personal representative and assign, do hereby release and forever discharge the controlling bodies, organisers, officials, members property owners, employees and any person, firm or corporation charged with the responsibility or liability from all or any claims, demands, cost expenses, loss of service and any other actions arising from any act or occurrence and particularly on account of ALL PERSONAL INJURY, DISABILITY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS OF KIND that I may hereafter sustain as a result of participation in any event, as a competitor or spectator conducted by any club or organisation affiliated with the official controlling bodies of BMX in New South Wales. I fully understand the nature of the activities to be conducted and acknowledge the hazards of the said activities. I voluntarily assume the risk of injury to my person, property and the property of others. In the event of any injury I hereby give consent for proper medical treatment to be administered.
I, and those in my company, further agree to comply with and be bound by the Code of Behaviour as it relates to riders, parents, spectators and officials. I am also aware that any photographs, still or moving, that may be taken during the event may be published and used for publicity and promotional purposes.
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