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Section - 6.3. What is blocking?

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Blocking is basically riding in the wrong part of the bike course. Most
commonly
the right side of the bike course is for riding while the left side is for
passing. Riders who camp out or overextend their stay in the passing lane
are
blocking. Blocking is a violation in most triathlons.

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