Article 1. Organizer: Sands Beach Active S.L, organizes the Lanzarote International Marathon to be held on December 5, 2021
Considering the current health situation, everyone enrolled in the race must prove that they are free of Covid-19, for which one or more of the following requirements will be required:
You must upload an image of your vaccination certificate to the marathon platform before the 1st November 2021. The certificate must show full vaccination dated before the 30th October 2021
A PCR test or negative antigen test (at the participant's cost), carried out 72 hours before the race.
The organization must announce in detail the requirements demanded at least 40 days before the test.
The organization will not allow
the participation of any athlete who does not meet the required requirements. This is, that they do not present the certificate / passport / summons, and / or that they do not duly accredit the negative proof at the time of collection of the number. If you do not present these documents, the registration fee will not be refunded. If you present a test with a positive result, you will not be able to run, but the registration fee will be refunded.
If the health authorities remove the permission to carry out the race with the initially approved numbers, then the organisation will carry out a lottery to randomly choose the participants allowing the unsuccessful participants 100% refund of their entry.
PLEASE NOTE: All communications to the runners will be made through the email address provided at the time of entry. Therefore, it is vital to supply the correct address.
Likewise, athletes expressly undertake to follow the instructions and restrictions imposed on them in accordance with the health management of the event. At the time of registration, a declaration responsible for knowledge of Covid-19 will be signed and the data will be filled in to guarantee the traceability of the participant.
Anyone who does not follow these rules or does not consent to undergo Covid-19 detection tests, will not be allowed to participate in the race.
Article 2. Regulations– To the 25th edition of the Lanzarote International Marathon, a 42,195-meter urban race on foot, all persons who wish to do so, federated or not, will participate with foreign athletes who comply with the RFEA regulations, provided that are 18 years old on the day of the race. The kilometer
points will be indicated with a signposts throughout the circuit urban and on asphalt.
Article 3: Start- The start will start at 08.00am and the race will end at 15.00pm. The official maximum time to complete the race is 6 hours without in any case exceeding said period temporary.
La Font Vella Lanzarote International Marathon plans to start the marathon in blocks in order to improve the comfort and safety of all runners. The 50 fastest athletes in the event will start from the front block.
The organisers have the right to make changes to starting among others for organisational/logistical/safety reasons. The affected parties will be notified in good time for race preparation.
The maximum official time limit for the end of the race is 6 (six) hours and cut-off points will be established according to this schedule. Any runner who has not passed through the cut-off points in the scheduled time will be automatically disqualified.
Article 4.- Registration. Registration must be done online at the following website: http://www.lanzaroteinternationalmarathon.com/
Registrations will be closed as of November 27, 2021.
All registrations after the deadline (enabled in the expo area between December 1 and 4 will have a 20% surcharge (and no discount will be applied).
Registrations are not refundable, nor are they transferable.
The Organization reserves the right to close registrations when it deems it necessary, as well as the right of admission.
Article 5. Collecting the numbers and runner's bag: The number / chip is personal and non-transferable, and must be placed on the chest without manipulating or folding. Non-observance of this article will be grounds for disqualification.
The number / chip will be delivered solely and exclusively in person presenting your passport or ID, in the EXPO ZONE- in front of Sands Beach Resort on Avenida Islas Canarias, 18 - 35508 - Costa Teguise on:
The organization reserves the right to change the location of the collection of numbers.
Exceptionally in this edition and due to the restrictions due to Covid-19, the runner must collect their number in person without being able to authorize a third party. Numbers will not be delivered to those who do not meet the Covid requirements set by the Organization.
Those participants who are not registered in the race or run without a bib number will not be admitted by the Organization, preventing them from having access to the race for the safety and the rights of those registered by regulation. Likewise, access to unauthorized vehicles will not be allowed, for the safety of the runners.
The Judges of the event and the Organization reserve the right to disqualify the offender who, having verified any irregularity by a participant, does not have their bib visible, manipulates it and / or gives it to another, alters the data provided to the Organization or the Referee Judge with respect to what appears in your DNI or federative file, not completing the complete route, manifests a poor physical condition, does not provide the Organization with the documentation that is required, fails to comply with any other rule contemplated in the RFEA Rules and IAAF.
There will be time controls along the route. Only those participants who carry out the race with the number / chip provided by the Organization will appear in the classification, which will be registered in the Organization's timing system, the runner being obliged in any case to check the proper functioning of their number / chip in the position that the timekeeper will have at the place of the collection of the numbers.
The timing system of the Lanzarote International Marathon is compatible with the My Laps system. Chips other than those provided by the Organization are not allowed.
Article 6. Categories - The age categories of the Lanzarote International Marathon are established as follows:
Senior: 16-34 years
Veteran A: 35-39 years
Veteran B: 40-44 years
Veteran C: 45-49 years
Veteran D: 50-54 years
Veteran E: 55-59 years
Veteran F: 60-64 years
Veteran G: 65-69 years
Veteran H: Over 70 years
* All ages indicated must be completed on the day of the test.
Article 7. Classification:
7.1- The classification is established as follows:
● General classification men and women.
○ Trophy for the first 3 and a cash prize for the first 3.
● Commemorative medal to all who complete the test.
Special "conejero" (local/resident):
● General classification men and women marathon modality
○ First man and first woman born in Lanzarote, even if they do not reside on the island.
Categories by age:
● General classification men and women marathon modality
All trophies that are not collected on the day of the event will be available to runners at Sands Beach Resort (Avenida Islas Canarias, 18 - 35508 - Costa Teguise - Teguise - Lanzarote - Las Palmas - Canary Islands - Spain) until the day December 20, 2021. From this date they will be available to the organization, understanding that they are waived.
The prizes and trophies are NOT cumulative (except the special prize "Conejero")
7.2– To qualify for the special “conejero” award, it will be necessary to have specified that they were born in Lanzarote when registering for the event. To withdraw the prize it is necessary to show the ID for verification.
Article 8: Prizes - The following cash prizes are established:
For the Male and Female Marathon classification
First.- € 400
Seconds.- € 300
Third.- € 200
* The winners must be present at the awards ceremony, go up to the podium and take the official photo, otherwise they will lose the right to collect the prize in cash.
The award will be awarded to the winner. It is necessary to present ID or Passport. No prizes will be awarded to third parties.
The cash prizes do not include taxes, so a withholding will be applied at the time of their withdrawal.
NOTICES AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS:
Article 9.- It is strictly forbidden to throw used bottles, glasses and / or other containers out of the garbage during the
running of the event. Failure to comply with this rule may lead to the immediate disqualification of the participant.
Disqualified participants have no option to prizes or / and trophies.
Article 10.- The kilometers will be marked on the route. There will be provisioning stations, including liquid and solid stations.
Article 11.- Health services and ambulances will be coordinated by the Organization's medical team, as detailed in the event's Safety and Emergency Plan.
All registered runners are required to fill in the back of the bib with
the data of name, surname, telephone in case of emergency, if you have any medical problem (allergy, special attention, etc.) or are under any specific treatment, as well as your blood group.
Article 12.- During the test, participants may not use headphones, cars, costumes, pets, sticks or any element that hinders attention to the security elements or other participants.
Article 13.- The Organization declines all responsibility for the damages, losses or injuries that the participants in the course of this test, as well as in the massage services offered after it, may suffer or cause to third parties, although it has an Accident and Civil Liability Insurance that will cover the incidents inherent to the test.
Article 14.- Claims must be made orally to the Referee, no later than 30 minutes after the results are officially communicated.
Article 15.- All participants, by registering, declare that they know and accept these Regulations and the Statement of Disclaimer and Data Protection. In case of doubt, the criteria of the Organization will prevail.
Statement of Disclaimer of Responsibilities and Protection
By the mere fact of registering, the participant declares the following:
“I am in optimal health to participate in the Lanzarote International Marathon. In addition, I release the Organization, sponsors or other participating institutions from all responsibility for any accident or injury that may be suffered before, during and / or after the sporting event, waiving from now on any legal action against any of said entities.
During the development of the competition I will contribute as much as possible to the Organization, to avoid personal accidents. I also authorize the Organization to make advertising use of photos, videos and any other type of audio-visual material in which it may appear accepting the publication of my name in the classification of the test, in the media and / or the Internet, without expecting any payment, compensation or remuneration for this concept ”.
Article 16.- By registering for the Lanzarote International Marathon, participants give their consent for Sands Beach Active, by themselves or through third parties, to automatically process their personal data for exclusively sports, promotional or commercial purposes.
In accordance with what is established in Organic Law 15/1999, of December 13, on the Protection of Personal Data, you can exercise your rights of access, cancellation, rectification or opposition in writing at the following address: (Avenida Islas Canarias, 18 - 35508 - Costa Teguise - Teguise - Lanzarote - Las Palmas - Canary Islands - Spain), indicating in any case the Reference: "Data protection" and accompanying a document that proves your identity, such as a copy of the DNI or passport .
Likewise and in accordance with the sporting, promotion, distribution and exploitation interests of the Lanzarote International Marathon for the whole world (reproduction of photographs of the event, publication of qualifying lists, etc.) through any device (Internet, advertising, etc.) and without a time limit, the registrants expressly assign to the organization the right to reproduce the name and surname, the site obtained in the general classification and that of the participant, the category, the sports brand made and their image.
The Organization reserves the right to make any changes to these regulations if it considers it so, and must communicate it on the website and in the information of the runner.
Article 17.- In fortuitous cases or force majeure that prevents the holding of the test,
The Organization as well as all collaborators are free from all demands, responsibilities or possible compensation, as well as requirements of any kind. It is understood as Fortuitous event or force majeure, among others the following: fires, tremors, earthquakes, tidal waves, landslides, avalanches, floods, hurricanes, storms, extreme weather conditions, explosions, unforeseeable acts of God, armed conflicts, wars, terrorist acts, sabotage, civil commotion, blockades, uncontrollable delays in transportation, strikes, stoppages, inability to obtain, despite having planned, adequate facilities for the transport of materials, equipment and services, as well as authorizations, approvals, licenses and permits in charge of the competent authorities; or any other cause that could jeopardize the integrity of the event attendees or the general public, whether similar or different from those specifically listed here, that are beyond reasonable control and could not be foreseen or that, having been foreseen, not could be avoided.
FINAL CONSIDERATION: Anything not provided for in these Regulations will be governed by the General Competition Rules of the Canarian Athletics Federation, RFEA, IAAF, for this season.
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