How does a triathlon race belt work?
A triathlon belt is a race bib number holder that is worn during races in order to hold your race number. The point of wearing a triathlon belt is so that you do not have to pin your race number onto your trisuit thereby poking holes into the material and potentially ruining a piece of kit you paid a lot of money for.
What do triathletes write on skin?
why sportsafe Unlike art or industrial markers which can contain toxic ingredients, Sportsafe markers are made using FDA compliant cosmetic ingredients and are waterproof. Applications include swim meets, triathlons, mud runs & obstacle races, roller derby, and much more.
Do I need a triathlon belt?
You don’t need a race number belt, but it is quicker. If you plan on putting on a shirt after the swim anyway, don’t worry about the belt, but yes you use the same bib throughout the bike and run.
What is a race number belt?
Race number belts – the name says it all, a race number belt is just an adjustable belt that displays your race number during the run. This piece of gear is pretty nice to have during a triathlon because you don’t need to worry about changing clothes or riding with your number on.
Where do you mark a triathlon body?
If armbands are worn by the athlete, the body marking tattoo or number can be displayed above the top of the band on the upper shoulder.
Where do triathlon numbers go?
Plan to bring your run number with you as you will to insure that the person body marking you is writing the correct number. The body marking will have your assigned race number on both your upper right and upper left arms, as well as on both you right and left thigh.
How do you attach a race bib without pins?
Race Bib Tape is a specially formulated double-sided tape that eliminates the need for safety pins. It safely secures the race bib directly to your clothing. When you are finished, simply pull on your bib and it will come clean off of your shirt without residue.
How do you attach a running bib?
Position the bib and pin the one top corner. Once you have it in the spot where you’d like it, make sure that it’s straight across. Then use one of the safety pins to secure it to the shirt (being careful not to stab yourself!)