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A – You have a valid triathlon licence
B – You do not have a triathlon licence
Avoid last minute stress and read attentively the column below corresponding to your licence situation:
A: You have a 2012/2013 licence from a national triathlon federation
Add your licence and photo identification to your “bring along checklist” right away.
During on-spot race registration (in the Expo Village from friday to Saturday morning), you will have to present them to the registration team.
B: You do not have a 2012/2013 licence from a national triathlon federation
During the on-spot race registration (in the Expo Village from friday to Saturday morning), you will have to buy a one-day-licence from the FFTRI (Fédération Francaise de Triathlon).
In order to receive your FFTRI one-day-licence you need to:
- bring a medical certificate (with stamp and signature of the doctor) NOT OLDER THAN 3 months on the race day
- present a valid photo identification
- pay 60 € (cash or french cheque to the “Ligue Provence Alpes de Triathlon”)
According to French law and the regulations, a medical certificate is compulsory to obtain a sports license in France. These obligations apply to every organizer of any kind of competition and all sports. To meet the needs, we suggest you using the medical certificate to download at the botton of this page. If you use your doctor’s regular form please mind that the following data are obligatory: the date of issue, surname, first name, date of birth, stamp and signature of the doctor.
Please note all medical reports must be dated after 25 june 2013 (without exception) to be valid!
We recommend to all athletes to keep a copy of your medical certificate with you, you may need it for another competition.
[The french public health code(articles L.362-1 and following) define the sports federations obligations in medical surveillance of their licences and clarifies the validity of the conditions of the " MEDICAL CERTIFICATE of non contra indication to sports practise ".
This law aims at the protection of sportsmen but also the control of pro athletes and fights against doping.]