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Thursday, December 1st
8:30AM GMT
KISS Racing - Category Enforcement
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REGLAS DEL EVENTO
Este evento tiene los siguientes requisitos:
category enforcement iconCategoría aplicada.
heart rate monitor required iconSe requiere un monitor de frecuencia cardíaca.
power meter required iconSe requiere un potenciómetro.
Visita www.support.zwift.com para obtener más información sobre las reglas de las carreras.
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL EVENTO
WHAT IS CATEGORY ENFORCEMENT?

Category Enforcement will prevent Zwifters from entering a category they are not eligible for. Our goal is to increase fairness in racing.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

- Zwift checks a racer's past performance using VO2 max and FTP to determine their race category.
- Racers can join a category at or above their category. For example, if you are "C" category, you can race in C, B, or A category. You can not race in the D category.

Keep it Super Simple. Race hard and race fair.
Please use ZwiftPower's Minimum Category on your profile for race entry.
Cats A, and B will require a power source (power meter or smart trainer) and heart rate monitor.
Cat C will require power source (power meter or smart trainer) and heart rate monitor for podium spots.
Podium finishers in Cat A are expected to dual (power) record and to make analysis publicly available on ZwiftPower; they must also be using a direct drive trainer or power meter.
**Elite level performances are also expected to be supported by dual (power) recordings from reputable power sources or easily verifiable outside data. This applies to those with a history of such performances.
** 5.2 w/kg (20 mins); 6 w/kg (5 mins); 9.8 w/kg (1 min)
Zwift Activities must be saved publicly.
Please also maintain an open and active Strava profile to facilitate organiser inquiry.
Please see http://www.zwiftpower.comOpens a new window for more information on our races!
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