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AUA Rohrman Antigua is a triathlon festival in Antigua & Barbuda dedicated to the memory of the late Jonathan Rohr.

Two Days. Two Islands. Two Events.

Saturday March 9th: AUA Rohrman Antigua: 10 Triathlons

Sunday March 10th: Jumby Bay Fund Rohrman Barbuda

Register in December and save 20% on AUA Rohrman Antigua 2019

Use the Promo Code: ROHRMANDECEMBER

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Registration fees

Block pricing

  • Olympic Individual Triathlon

    1,500m swim, 40k bike, 10k run

    1. $75.00
      Register
  • Sprint Individual Triathlon

    750m swim, 20km bike, 5km run

    1. $50.00
      Register
  • Mini Individual Triathlon

    350m swim, 10km bike, 2.5km run.

    1. $30.00
      Register

Block pricing

  • 13-15 Females & Males Triathlon

    350m swim, 10 km bike, 2.5 km run. (Individual)

    1. $10.00
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  • 11-12 Females & Males Triathlon

    200m swim, 5km bike, 1.25km run. (Individual)

    1. $10.00
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  • 9-10 Females & Males Triathlon

    100-meter swim, 2km bike, 1km run. (Individual)

    1. $10.00
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  • 7-8 Females & Males Triathlon

    50m swim, 1km bike, 500m run. (Individual)

    1. $10.00
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  • 6 & Under Females & Males Triathlon

    10-meter swim, 100-meter bike, 100-meter run. (Individual)

    1. $10.00
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Block pricing

  • Olympic Triathlon Team Relay

    1,500 meter swim, 40 km bike, 10km run (All RELAY TEAM MEMBERS MUST SIGN UP WITHIN 1 TRANSACTION. Entrance fee covers the whole team, only pay once per team. Teams can be 2 or 3 persons)

    1. $30.00
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  • Mini Triathlon Team Relay

    350m swim, 10km bike, 2.5km run. (All RELAY TEAM MEMBERS MUST SIGN UP WITHIN 1 TRANSACTION. Entrance fee covers the whole team, only pay once per team. Teams can be 2 or 3 persons)

    1. $30.00
      Register

AUA

AUA is the Title Sponsor of the Rohrman Antigua. 

The American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine is an institution dedicated to creating future generations of physicians that serve the communities they represent. Those communities are often underrepresented in the medical field and are reflected in the diversity of our student body. Founded in 2004, AUA has accomplished more than some schools have in decades. AUA leads the way in addressing the projected physician shortage, especially in the areas of primary care, family medicine, and internal medicine. Our world-class faculty places a premium on making themselves accessible to students and creating a learning environment in which hands-on training is the norm.

Visit AUA at https://www.auamed.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/AmericanUniversityofAntigua or https://www.instagram.com/auamed/

Visitor Information

Registration Includes:

  • Event entry
  • Event t-shirt
  • Event merchandise (bottle, bag, etc)
  • Free airport shuttles to & from (race hotel only)

Road Bike Rentals:

Race Hotel:

Starfish Jolly Beach Resort & Spa (Recommended)

Distance from Race Site: 3km

Booking Code: ROHRMAN2019. 

Call toll free from US/CAN 1 866 905 6559; EU/UK 1800 1 235 6559 or email reservations@jollybeachresort.com.

  • Standard Room- Our most popular room category- it’s a classic for a reason, and remains a staple accommodation option. Great for everyone! One King Bed or Two Single Beds- Shower only, 200 sq. ft.

    Single 150USD per room per night

    Double 230USD per room per night
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    All rates quoted are inclusive of Government Tax and Service Charge, and valid for bookings of 10 or more rooms.
    All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, hair dryer, television, direct dial telephone, private bath, balcony or patio and In- Room pay safe. (Safe rental is 3USD per day, and can be arranged on check-in)
    In Room Wi-Fi is available in select rooms, at 10USD per night.  Please indicate the need for an Internet Room at the time of booking.
    All -Inclusive rate includes: Accommodations; All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily); Beverages (unlimited drinks by the glass tropical/frozen drinks, house wine and soft drinks); Daily Activities program, Choice of two swimming pools (including 8000 sq. ft. Fantasy pool with swim up bar & waterfall) use of Chaise Lounges & Towels, Tennis Complex, Fitness Center, and Live Nightly Entertainment, taxes and service charges. (Some Resort services may incur a fee)

    CREDIT CARD REQUIREMENTS
    All guests are required to provide a credit card at check-in for possible incidentals; not included on the All-Inclusive plan. The Resort accepts VISA and MASTER CARD.
    Terms & Conditions
    Groups are considered firm upon receipt of a signed agreement and necessary deposit of 10% of the total cost of room block.  Full payment due 30 days prior to group arrival.
    Please note that availability exists now, however the space is NOT ON HOLD, until you indicate your confirmation to book, and provide a signed contract and applicable deposit.  Please be advised that at any given time the hotel may have several group requests for the same period, and acceptance of group bookings is subject to availability on a first come, first served basis.

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Alternative Hotel: Halcyon Cove by Rex Resorts

Distance from Race Site: 16km

Race rate is applicable for bookings during dates 8-11 March 2019 via promotional code HAL_ROHRMAN0319 (Book by February 4th, 2019 to receive these rates).

Reservations can be made via salescaribbean@rexresorts.com or via Hotel Reservations 1-268-462-0256/1-868-684-3890.

RACE RATE

Room with Breakfast for Single/Double Occupancy - 169USD

Room with Breakfast for Triple Occupancy - 199USD

Room with all meals included for Single/Double Occupancy - 215USD

Room with all meals included for Triple Occupancy - 292USD

BENEFITS

✓ Bottled water in room

✓ Daily tea and coffee making facilities in room

✓ Complimentary WIFI

✓ Experience with similar groups like yours

GENERAL REMARKS

• All rates are quoted in United States Dollars and include 10% Service Charge and 12.5% VAT

• Our Check-In time is 3:00pm and Check-Out time is 12:00pm; Should a guest require additional

time; he/she should communicate directly with the front desk on this. Further to confirmation, a

late checkout can be arranged at an additional fee of US$50 until 6pm subject to hotel availability

Rohrman 2019

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Olympic Individual Prize Purse

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Rohrman Babruda

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Race Maps

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2017 & 2018 Results

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Rules

  1. Athletes must wear cap provided by race.
  2. No fins, gloves, paddles, or flotation devices of any kind are allowed.
  3. No Aqua socks (neoprene booties
  4. Swim goggles or facemasks may be worn.
  5. No individual paddlers or escort allowed. The course will be adequately patrolled by boats, canoes and kayaks.
  6. Any assistance required during the swim will result in disqualification if forward progress was made. Athletes are permitted to use kayaks and boats as aid, as long as forward progress is not made. Special provisions are made for physically challenged athletes. Course officials and medical personnel reserve the right to remove athletes from the course if determined medically necessary. *Note: Any athlete electing not to race must notify timing station immediately. Above all, the safety of each swimmer is our prime concern. A full sweep of the course will be made directly behind the last swimmer. Visual aid will be provided by the lifeguards, divers, canoes, and kayaks, buoys and aquatic crafts that line the course.
  7. Absolutely NO DRAFTING of another bike or any other vehicle is allowed.
  8. Athletes must keep 7 meters (~4 bike lengths) distance between bikes except when passing. Failure to do so will result in a drafting violation.
  9. A pass occurs when the overtaking athlete’s front wheel passes the leading edge of the athlete being overtaken.
  10. Overtaking Athletes may pass on the right for up to 20 seconds, but must move back to the left side of the road, after passing. Failure to complete a pass within 20 seconds will result in a drafting violation. Athletes may not back out of the 7 meter draft zone once it is entered (drafting violation).
  11. Overtaken Athletes must immediately fall back 7 meters (~4 bike lengths) before attempting to regain the lead from a front running bike. Immediately re-passing prior to falling back 7 meters will result in an overtaken violation.
  12. Overtaken Athletes who remain within 7 meters (~4 bike lengths) for more than 20 seconds will be given a drafting violation.
  13. Athletes must ride single file on the far left side of the road except when passing another rider, or for reasons of safety. Side-by-side riding is not allowed and will result in a position violation.
  14. Athletes who impede the forward progress of other Athletes will be given a blocking violation.
  15. Athletes committing rules violations will be notified “on the spot” by an official. 
  16. Do not attempt to discuss the penalty with the official.
  17. The official will call out your race number and instruct a "stop and go" penalty. Athlete has to stop and raise both wheels off the ground. You will be disqualified if you receive any combination of three penalties. If you are disqualified, you may finish the bike course but may not start the run.
  18. No tandems, recumbents, fairings, or any add-on device designed exclusively to reduce resistance are allowed. Any new, unusual, or prototype equipment will be subject to a determination of legality by the event organizer and/or Head Referee.
  19. The sole responsibility of knowing and following the prescribed cycling course rests with each athlete. No adjustments in times or results shall be made for Athletes who fail to follow the proper course for any reason whatsoever. Athletes who shorten the course will be disqualified.
  20. Athletes must obey all traffic laws while on the cycling course unless otherwise specifically directed by an official, race monitor or designee with actual authority. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
  21. No athlete shall endanger himself or another participant. Athletes who intentionally present a danger to any athlete or who, in the judgment of the Head Referee, appear to present a danger to any athlete may be disqualified.
  22. Cycling Shoes and helmet may be clipped or attached to the bicycle. Shoes and shirt must be worn at all times.
  23. Athletes must wear the bib number at all times while on the bike course. The bib number must be placed low on the BACK of athlete’s jersey where it is clearly visible. Folding or cutting bib number or intentional alteration of any kind is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Race belts may be worn.
  24. CPSC-approved helmet is required during the entire bike portion including in and out of transition area. Athletes riding without an approved helmetor chinstrap not fastenedwithin one week before or after the eventmay be disqualified. Alterations to hard-shell helmet, which affect its integrity, are not allowed.
  25. No individual support allowed. Friends, family members, coaches, or supporters of any type may NOT bike, drive, or run alongside athlete, may not pass food or other items to athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all Athletes to avoid the disqualification of a athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort.
  26. Do not litter. Any item that needs to be discarded, including but not limited to water bottles, gel wrappers, energy bar wrappers, broken bike parts, or clothing items, may only be discarded in the trash drop zones at each aid station. Discarding any item outside of the trash drop zones will result in a penalty.
  27. Athletes must be individually responsible for repair and maintenance of their own bike. Athletes should be prepared to handle any possible mechanical malfunction. Assistance from official race personnel is permitted.
  28. Athletes may walk bike, if necessary, but may not make progress on the bike course unaccompanied by their bicycle.
  29. Bike inspection is not mandatory and will not be provided at bike check-in, although technicians will be available. Athletes are ultimately responsible for their own bikes. However, race officials may at their discretion make final judgment as to the soundness of bikes.
  30. MEDICAL SUPPORT. If you need minor medical assistance, Sag Wagons will pick you up and take you to the medical tent, where you shall receive treatment. Alternatively, depending upon medical emergency, ambulances will take you to the nearest hospital to receive treatment.
  31. No form of locomotion other than running, walking or crawling is allowed on run course
  32. Athletes must wear their issued bib number in front of them clearly visible at all times on the run course. Bib numbers identify the official athletes in the race. Folding, cutting the bib number, intentional alteration of any kind, or failure to wear race number is STRICTLY PROHIBITED and may result in disqualification.
  33. NO INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT VEHICLES OR NON-PARTICIPANT ESCORT RUNNERS ARE ALLOWED. This is an individual endurance event. Teamwork as a result of outside assistance, which provides an advantage over single competitors, is not allowed. Individual support vehicles or non-participant escort runners will result in disqualification. A non-participant escort runner includes Athletes who have withdrawn from the race, have been disqualified or have finished the race. Friends, family, members, coaches or supporters of any type may not bike, drive or run alongside athlete, may not pass food or other items to athlete and should be warned to stay completely clear of all Athletes to avoid the disqualification of a athlete. It is incumbent upon each athlete to immediately reject any attempt to assist, follow, or escort. It IS permissible for an athlete who is still competing to run with other athletes who are still competing.
  34. Athletes are expected to follow the directions and instructions of all race officials and public authorities.
  35. The sole responsibility of knowing and following the prescribed running course rests with each athlete. No adjustments in times or results shall be made for athletes who fail to follow the proper course for any reason whatsoever.Athletes who shorten the course will be disqualified.
  36. A shirt or racing top and shoes must be worn at all times on run course.
  37. HEADSETS OR HEADPHONES ARE NOT ALLOWED DURING ANY PORTION OF THE EVENT.
  38. Glass bottles are not permitted on any part of the course.
  39. Mount and dismount bike only in designated zone. No riding in Transition.
  40. Bikes must be properly racked before leaving transition.
  41. Your age on the day of the event is your race age.

Event Schedule

  • March 9 5:30 AM EST - Athlete Check-in & Timing Chip Collect

  • March 9 6:30 AM EST - Check-In Closes for Olympic and Sprint

  • March 9 7:00 AM EST - Olympic Individual Triathlon

  • March 9 7:00 AM EST - Sprint Individual Triathlon

  • March 9 7:00 AM EST - Olympic Triathlon Team Relay

  • March 9 10:30 AM EST - Check-In Closes for Mini and 13-15

  • March 9 10:45 AM EST - Awards (Olympic and Sprint Triathlon)

  • March 9 11:00 AM EST - 11-12 Females and Males Triathlon

  • March 9 11:05 AM EST - 13-15 Females and Males Triathlon

  • March 9 11:05 AM EST - Mini Triathlon Team Relay

  • March 9 11:05 AM EST - Mini Individual Triathlon

  • March 9 1:15 PM EST - Check in Closes for Remaining Races

  • March 9 1:30 PM EST - Awards Mini, 13-15 & 11-12

  • March 9 1:45 PM EST - 6 and Under Females and Males Triathlon

  • March 9 2:00 PM EST - 7-8 Females and Males Triathlon

  • March 9 2:00 PM EST - 9-10 Females and Males Triathlon

  • March 9 2:30 PM EST - 9-10, 7-8 & 6 & Under Awards

Contact Information

Event Location

Antigua and Barbuda

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