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Regulation

Any entry in the trail of Subukia Trail Race, implies the tacit acceptance of the following rules:
 

1 TEST


A timed walk in nature, borrowing much of non paved trails. The distance of the event is 21 km with a vertical drop of 980 m. The trail will take place in one step, free speed, unlimited time.
 

2. PARTICIPATION


The trail is open to any person, licensed or not which the minimum age is 16 years to January 1, 2018.
 

3 TRAILS IN SEMI SELF-SUFFICIENCY


The principle of individual race in semi self-sufficiency is the rule used for the trail. On the course, refuelling areas are supplied with food and drinks to consume on the spot. Only water (excluding other drinks) is intended to fill the cans or pockets for water.
IMPORTANT: No Cup will be distributed on the supplies.
Each runner must ensure that, initially every feeding zone, of the amount of water and food which is necessary to reach the following refreshment. No personal assistance is allowed on the course outside the feeding zones provided for this purpose.
All medical or paramedical personnel are strictly prohibited. It is forbidden to be accompanied on the course by one person other than a competitor regularly registered on the race.

 

4. REGISTRATION CONDITIONS


The weather may be dry with a strong presence of wind. It is recommended to have a minimum of physical condition to participate in the race

 

5. ACCEPTANCE OF THE RULES AND ETHICS

Participation in the trail of Subukia Trail Race results in de facto unqualified acceptance of these regulations.
Each rider must have a container dedicated exclusively to the collection of waste throughout the race.
Any registrant is committed to in their entirety the paths marked out by the organization without cutting. Indeed, cut a path causes an irreversible erosion of the site and degrades it so sustainably. Failure to comply with this directive will result in a disqualification of the rider.
Bins are arranged in large numbers on each area of supply and must be used for selective sorting of waste by the organization.

 

6 MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS FOR THE RACE

Maximum number of 600 participants


7 REGISTRATION


7.1 entry fees to participate in the trials of Trails



Resident of Subukia 0 KSH
Individual 250 KSH
Team (4/6 pers.) 1 000 KSH
Registrations are only available online from the website of the UT2H: http://www.UT2H.com and via the Athletics Kenya.
Payments are cash and by M-Pesa.
Closed registration for the Trail at the latest one week before the event.

 

7.2 Medical certificate


To complete his registration, each participant of the event must upon receipt of bib:
• A medical certificate of less than one year from the day of the race
• Proof of identity
• The race registration confirmation mail sent by the organizing team where figure bib number
To be valid, the certificate must include the mention of "not against indication to the practice of sport in competition" or "no contraindication to the practice of the running (or athletics) in competition"
Bibs will not be issued if the medical certificate has not been validated by the organizing team.
Any incomplete file will be rejected.

 

8. GUARANTEE OF CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION AT THE TRAILS


Any commitment is firm and final and cannot be the subject of refund or transfer of registration for any reason whatsoever. Anyone ceding his bib to a third person will be recognized as unique responsible for any accident occurring or caused by the latter during the event, the Organization declining any responsibility in the face of such a situation.
Anyone can time registration subscribe to the cancellation (100 Ksh). The cancellation guarantee is intended to allow the repayment of costs incurred (deducted from the amount of the cancellation guarantee) for registration to the trail where the runner is subscribing asking to cancel their registration of the fact of one of the events following:
• an accident or a serious illness causing a stoppage of more than 3 days work
• a serious illness requiring hospitalization
• death reaching his spouse notorious partner, ascendants or descendants in the first degree, this within thirty days prior to the event.
For people who subscribed to the guarantee of cancellation and wishing to cancel their registration, the request must be made by e-mail. It must be accompanied by the documentary evidence issued by the competent authority attesting to the realization of one of the events mentioned in article 8. refund request must be received no later than within 10 days following the event. Applications are processed in the two months following the event. Out of warranty contract cancellation no refund will be made.

 

9. EQUIPMENT FOR THE TRAIL


Classic to run equipment, shoes, and shorts advised. It is advisable to have a phone in case of a problem would occur on the course.
The use of the readers MP3 and other media to listen to music is tolerated by the organization. However, for obvious security reasons, the organization strongly discourages the use of headsets harmful to listen to its own environment during the tests. The use of these materials is under the sole responsibility of the participant.

 

10 BIBS AND BRACELETS


Each runner must present a piece of photo identification and a valid medical certificate, at the time of the withdrawal of the bib in return envelope with bib of a bracelet will be given what.
The bib must be worn on the chest or stomach and must be visible at all times and in full for the entire race. It must always be positioned above any clothing and can in no case be attached to the bag or a leg. The name and logo of the partners must be changed or hidden.
The bracelet must be worn on the wrist at all times for the duration of the event. The bracelet is the pass required to access the shuttles, buses, refueling, sanitary area and areas of deposit and withdrawal bags.

 

11 BAGS RUNNERS FOR THE ARRIVAL


Each competitor will be able to bring his bag for the personal belongings (clothes, toiletries,...) whose capacity should exceed 30 litres. A sticker in the envelope of the bib must be glued on the bag. 30 litres bags can be returned to the participants.
Attention, in the event of loss or theft, the Organization cannot be held responsible for.

 

12. SAFETY AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE


On parts of the route along the highway, each participant must conform to the rules of the road and will be solely responsible for any breach of these rules.
An aid station is located at each aid station. These posts are by telephone and radio with the PC of the race. A medical team of regulation is present during the entire duration of the event at the PC race.
Aid stations are intended to provide assistance to any person in danger with the means specific to the organization or contracted. Official doctors are empowered to take out (disabling the bib) any competitor unable to continue the race. Rescue workers are empowered to evacuate by any means at their convenience the runners they believe are in danger.
If necessary, for reasons still ranging in the interest of the rescued person, he will be called to the AMREF FlyingDoctors (AfricanMedical and Research Foundation), at that time, the operations branch will implement all appropriate means. Each runner must subscribe to the Silver of the AMREF insurance to cover the costs of a possible evacuation. Once the evacuee, all medical expenses is the responsibility of the rescued person.
Any rider using a doctor or a paramedic submits to his authority and agrees to accept its decisions.

13 ABANDONMENT AND REPATRIATION


Except for injury, a runner must not abandon elsewhere than on a feeding zone. He must prevent the responsible of the area that retrieves the bib and chip of the rider giving up. The rider keeps his bracelet because it is his pass to access the space of arrival...
A rider who abandoned will warn systematically and must be the PC race (by phone or by SMS to the special issue on the bib). The repatriation will be decided by the Chief of station according to the following general rules:
• Buses or motorcycles are available at the start of the main checkpoints to repatriate the riders who abandoned on the arrival area.
• Runners who give up on another post of relief but whose state of health does not need to be evacuated must return to more quickly and by their own means the nearest return point. In the event of adverse weather conditions justifying stop partial or total of the race, the organization ensures the repatriation as best as possible of the arrested riders.
• Abandonment before a point of supply and return back, at the meeting with the rearguard, they will recover the bib and chip. The runner will no longer under the control of the organization. It will then prevent by any medium the PC race of his good return (by phone or by SMS to the special issue on the bib)

 

14 PENALTY - DISQUALIFICATION


Controllers on the course are entitled to check the required equipment and, more generally, compliance with the Regulation (identity of runners, respect for the sites, ethics, the audience or illicit accompaniments, non-visible bib on) the front at all times...).
Any rider not being in possession, during an inspection on the course, the totality of his required material will be immediately disqualified, without any possibility to appeal this decision.
The controller warns his Chief of station and/or the race PC and may apply, depending on the gravity of the Act and the behavior of the rider, the disqualification of the competitor. The event jury may impose the disqualification of a competitor for any serious breach of the regulations, in particular in the case of e:
• port of the nonconformity bib,
• No presentation of proof of identity or presentation of an ID does not match that of wearing bib,
• not wearing the bracelet,
• failure to comply with the highway code on parts of the route along the highway.
• failure to comply with the instructions given by the checkpoint,
• use of a means of transport,
• failure to a competitor in trouble,
• personal assistance outside official fueling areas,
• breach of the prohibition to be accompanied on the course,
• pollution or degradation of the sites, by the competitor or a member of his entourage
• insults, incivility or threats against any member of the Organization and of all volunteer,
• refusal to be examined by a doctor of the organisation at any time of the event,
• doping or refusal to submit to doping control.

 

15 CLAIMS


They are admissible in writing within 72 hours after the launch of interim results on the site of the event.

 

16. ANTI-DOPING CONTROL


Any competitor may be subject to a doping control during or at the arrival of the trails. The refusal to comply will result in immediate disqualification. All positive control will result in exclusion for life of the events organized by Wild roads of Kenya.

 

17 EVENT JURY


It consists:
• the Organizer,
• the Director of the race,
• the Coordinator in charge of security,
• the head of the medical team,
• managers of the control areas concerned,
• as well as any competent person at the discretion of the President of the Organizing Committee.
The Board is authorized to decide in the period consistent with the imperatives of the race on all disputes or disqualifications occurred during the event. The decisions are final.

18. CHANGES THE ROUTE OR TIME BARRIERS. CANCELLATION OF THE RACE


The Organization reserves the right to modify at any time the course and the locations of the positions of rescue and refueling, without notice. In case of too bad weather (strong depression with significant amounts of rain, strong risk of storms), the departure may be postponed for two hours at the most, beyond, the race is cancelled.
In case of bad weather conditions, and for security reasons, the Organization reserves the right to cancel and/or to stop the test in progress, or even change the time barriers.
Cancellation, postponement or modification of the race open right to refunds registration.
Any decision will be made by a jury at least bringing the race Director, organizer and Coordinator responsible for security as well as any competent person at the discretion of the President of the Organizing Committee.

 

19. ROAD BOOK


A detailed description of the course is provided at the time of the delivery of numbers. It includes practical information such as hours limits passage, places of refreshment, aid stations, nursing stations. This book will be given in a single copy, exclusively to registered.

20 RANKINGS AND AWARDS

Only runners crossing the finish line will be classified. "Finisher" means all participants rallying the finish line.
A general classification man and woman and a ranking for each man and woman will be established on the basis of the official time.

21. RIGHTS TO THE IMAGE


Through his participation in the trails, each competitor expressly authorizes Wild roads of Kenya (or its successors) to use or make use or reproduce or replicate his name, his image, his voice and his sports performance as part of the trails in order to exploitation direct or derived from the test and this form, on any media, worldwide, by all means known or unknown to this day, and for the duration of protection currently afforded to these derivatives or direct operations by the laws or regulations, the judiciary decisions and/or arbitration of all countries as well as by current or future international conventions including the extensions that could be made at this time.

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