Settlement

REGULATIONS MARATHON

Art. 1. The Maasmarathon de la Meuse is organized by the non-profit-making body the Maasmarathon de la Meuse and enjoys the support of the Liège Province Sports service and the city of Visé.

Art. 2. The 42.195 kilometres is in keeping with the national regulations for road running (IAAF). Each Km is well indicated by means of a panel.

Art. 3. The competition is open to anybody old at  minimum 18 year.

The age categories shall be given a separate classification for the various competitions (men :S,M35, M40,M45, M50,M55, M60, M65, M70 women: S, W35, W40, W45,W50,W55, W60, W65, W70).
Inspections shall be made during the competition so as to guarantee race regulations are respected. Runners shall take part in the competition on the express understanding that they do so subject to their responsibility and their responsibility only.
The organisation shall not accept any responsibility for accidents or fainting owing to poor physical health.

Art. 4. Road safety is the responsibility of the Federal Police Force. Medical services will be provided by Trans Ambu , plus 4 doctors. The organisation shall be covered by an insurance policy civil responsability.

Art. 5. Race numbers will be available on presentation of the letter of confirmation or of the proof payment on Saturday may 12 from 2 pm to 6 pm and Sunday may 13 since 7h.00 am.

Art. 6. The Official Jury:
Shall include a referee judge whose decisions may not be challenged.
This judge shall be assisted by race judges and race officials. They are allowed to disqualify runners in case of non respect of the indications.

Art. 7. Refreshment stations shall be established at every 5 kilometres and at the finishing point. There are reserved for runners.
The sponging stations shall be located between the refreshment stations.
Runners who give up shall be picked up at the refreshment station and taken in a vehicle to the finishing point..

Art. 8. Any undertaking shall be regarded as firm and definitive and imply full acceptance of the regulations.

Art. 9. A trail-sweep vehicle shall have a 5h30 time speed. Any competitor overtaken by the vehicle shall be obliged to travel in the vehicle because the roads shall be opened to normal traffic in the wake of the vehicle.

Art. 10. Competitors should wear their numbers on their chests or stomach so that the advertising can be seen

Art. 11. In the event of injury or illness, a doctor certificate must be produced in order for the registration fee to be refunded until 30 april with deduction of 5 € for administrative costs.

Art .12. Personal data may be used solely for drawing up list of results, for the IT service and press releases.
Competitors shall allow the Maasmarathon de la Meuse organisation to use their names, photographs and competition times for the requirements of the press, radio or television, as well as via e-mail.

Art .13. The race shall be timed by means of the CHIP system.

Art. 14. Bikes are accepted only for marathon runners with chrono > 3 H.

Art. 15. Every competitor recognizes to have read these regulations and have totally accepted it.

Art .16. In the event of force majeure, natural disaster or all others circumstances which can endanger the runner’s life, the organisation reserve the right to cancel the marathon without any repayment.

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