Race Terms and Conditions
This is a multi-terrain event and all competitors enter at their own risk. No liability can be accepted by our association and private land owners or individual race organisers for any injury incurred by entering this race.
Pictures and video footage may be used on the race website or that of our sponsors and in advertising material and media write-ups. All competitors entering the races agree to their photograph being used for these purposes.
Anyone under the age of 11 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. It is a condition of entry that all competitors agree to the terms and conditions as set out on the race website.
It is recommended that you prepare and train for this event. www.runnersmedicalresource.com has guidance. Please consult your doctor for a check-up if you have not exercised for some time. We strongly advise you seek medical advice before participating in this event and you disclose to those medical advisors the nature of this event.
For reasons of safety:
No entries are permissible from participants on bikes, roller skates, dogs or any kind of mechanical aid.
By signing up to this event you have already agreed to the following:
“I agree to abide by the rules of UK Athletics and the event. I understand that I enter the race at my own risk and that no person(s) or organisation(s) will be held responsible for any accident, injury or loss to myself prior to, during or after the event. I understand the organisers reserve the right to delay, postpone, cancel or not officially time the race in the event of adverse weather conditions or other events outside the organisers control. The determination of what constitutes this is reserved solely to the Race Director. Photographs of the race will be taken for publicity purposes. I understand that my image may be used and give permission freely for it to be used. I understand that entrants under 18 years old require the permission of a parent or guardian to take part in the event. I agree to my personal information being used as described below.”