Here are some of the more common questions:
What do we do if we need to change one of our team members prior to the event?
Rotary Ultra Team Challenge is a challenge for teams of two to four people and it is your team’s responsibility to find a replacement for the exiting team member. Teams must notify the organisers of any change of team member by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can we have more or less than three people per team?
Yes, but you must have a team of between two and four people. Rotary Ultra Team Challenge is strictly a team event. Your team must present as a complete team at the registration area at the start of the event in order to be eligible to participate.
What if existing team members have changed their contact details?
Simply email us with any new contact details and we will update your team record on the database.
Do all teams have to start at their allocated start time?
Yes, teams can only start in their allocated start time. Start times, if amended, will be published one month prior to the event.
Can overseas donors sponsor me via the online system?
Yes, as long as they have an acceptable credit card such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Diners Club.
What should I eat and drink during the event?
Check out the Nutrition and Hydration section of the event handbook or go to the planning section of this website.
Do we need a support crew?
All walking and running teams must have a support crew. Having your own support crew is an essential safety requirement and a condition of your participation. Your team will also want to travel as lightly as possible. Cycle teams can elect not to have a support crew.
What is the minimum fundraising amount we have to reach?
Rotary Ultra Team Challenge is about challenging yourself and raising funds to support the MSWA. It is an event requirement that teams raise a minimum of $100 per team member prior to participating in the event.
How will the organisers keep us informed?
The Rotary Ultra Team Challenge staff will provide you with lots of information to help you prepare for the event. We will use three main communication tools to keep you informed:
- The Rotary Team Challenge website: our website features the latest news, frequently asked questions, trail information, details about our nominated charities and so much more. Please bookmark the website and check it regularly to get the latest information on all things to do with this event.
- eNewletters: all participants who register for the Rotary Team Challenge will be automatically subscribed to eNewsletters. Our regular eNewsletters will provide participants with engaging, relevant and important information so please ensure we have your correct email address on record so we can keep you informed. If you need to update your contact details please email us at email@example.com.