Melbourne Sprint Weekend Entries now open on Eventor

Entries are now open  on Eventor for the Melbourne Sprint Weekend, 10 – 12 March 2018. Go to Eventor, click on race 1 and read the “How to Enter” instructions.
Each of the six races of Melbourne Sprint Weekend has been set up as a separate “event”, however, you can enter multiple races in one transaction with a single payment, and you can enter for more than one person.

This year Sportident Air contactless (SIAC) punching will be available at all six races, but it is not compulsory. For competitors who wish to use contactless punching but who do not have their own SIAC sticks, these are available for hire (listed in Eventor as an additional “event”). Competitors can use their own SIAC or conventional Sportident stick.

Entry deadlines: Online entry closes on Wednesday 28 February 2018 at 11.59pm.  No late entries will be accepted.
Remember that entries will not accepted until payment in full is received, and no payment will be accepted after the entry deadline with any outstanding unpaid entries being cancelled.
Sorry but there will be no Enter on the Day available for any of the races.

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