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The Brussels Triathlon Club collects your personal data in its official register of members (members and memberships) in order to ensure the administrative, financial and operational follow-up of your registrations within the club. This information also enables us to liaise with the LBFTD regarding your license applications, since the LBFTD procedure requires triathlon clubs to apply for their members' licenses.

The data you send us enables us to create and manage your iClub file, the LBFTD program that manages the personal data of the federation's (LBFTD) triathlon licensees, and to request your licenses. 

Personal data stored

The Brussels Triathlon Club keeps the following data on its members: surname, first name, triathlon license number, e-mail address, date of birth, postal address, mobile phone number (if any), landline telephone number (if any), bank account number (via our bank statements, used to pay your membership fee or license).

Through the LBFTD's iClub access for clubs, the club secretariat only has access to your iClub member records, which include the above-mentioned information as well as other additional information such as gender, bank account number (optional) or your medical certificate authorizing you to practice triathlon in order to obtain your license (and therefore your doctor's contact details).

How long we keep your personal data

Your personal data will be kept for a period of 5 years, and may be consulted by our secretariat, by the club's administrators and by full members of the club (the committee).

Right of access to your personal data

This is the right to data portability. In accordance with the RGDP law, you can exercise your right to access your personal data and have it rectified if necessary by contacting the secretariat at

Right to be forgotten 

The RGDP gives you the right to ask us to delete your personal data. To exercise this right, please make a clear and unambiguous request by sending an email to the club secretariat (

How can I withdraw my consent?

You can withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data at any time. To do so, simply send an e-mail to the club secretariat at, specifying your request clearly and unambiguously.

If you do not give us your consent to store and process your personal data, we will delete your data from our database, which will automatically result in your disaffiliation from the club and the loss of your membership of the Brussels Triathlon Club.

Disclosure of your data to third parties 

Your personal data is not and will not be communicated, transmitted or sold to third parties. The only exception will be the LBFTD, which also has access to your personal data via your iClub profile, for the purposes of obtaining your triathlon license, sending you an invitation to appear in the event of unsportsmanlike behaviour, etc.

Our data protection officer 

If you have any further questions about the protection of your personal data and your rights in relation to this data, please do not hesitate to contact our data protection officer at

Making a complaint about data use 

If you have a complaint about the use and storage of your data, please contact the club secretariat. A solution is of course always possible and we act in good faith to resolve any misunderstandings.

Nevertheless, in accordance with the RGPD, you can also contact or lodge a complaint with the Commission de la protection de la vie privée/Autorité de la protection des données (Rue de la Presse 35, 1000 Bruxelles - +32 2 274 48 00 -

Image rights and social networks

As a member of the Brussels Triathlon Club, you are also a member of the club's secret Facebook group (provided you have a Facebook account), on which training plans, club news, etc. are shared. 

This page also sometimes posts photos of members at triathlons and other competitions. These photos, posted on the club group, are not distributed elsewhere. Any uploading, sharing or identification of persons is the responsibility of the person uploading, sharing or identifying the photo(s).

By accepting our policy on the use of personal data, you also accept that photos of you may be posted on the club's Facebook page and that you may be identified on them. Again, these photos remain in the private domain of the club.

If you do not wish to be identified on photos in the club's Facebook group, please make this clear and unequivocal by sending an e-mail to the club secretary To avoid any problems, the secretary will then instruct the Facebook group administrator to withdraw your access to the group.

These measures are simply intended to comply with current legislation concerning the General Data Protection Regulation, including your right to image.

These measures are simply intended to comply with current legislation concerning the General Data Protection Regulation, including your right to image.