Regulation

Rules ULTRA60 | STF2 | STF3

1. Organization

ITALY : Castelraider ASD, Via Fazzinelli 17, 23030 Castello dell’Acqua (SO)

SWITZERLAND: Sportiva Palü Poschiavo, Campiglioni 29, 7745 Li Curt (GR)

 

2. EVENTS ULTRA60 | STF2 | STF3

The “Doppia W, ULTRA 60” is a cross-border ultra skymarathon running race that follows mountain trails in Valtellina (IT) and Valposchiavo (CH). A collaborative race between Italy and Switzerland, the start and finish alternate on a yearly basis: Tirano (IT) – Poschiavo (CH) in even-numbered years, followed by Poschiavo (CH) – Tirano (IT) in odd-numbered years.

The route from Tirano–Poschiavo is approximately 60 km with roughly 4,700 metres of climbing. The Poschiavo–Tirano direction involves roughly 4,300 metres of climbing. The route is run in natural surroundings.

The race may be run individually [ULTRA60], in a two-person team [STF2], or a three-person team [STF3]. STF here denotes ‘Staffetta’, or ‘relay’. The race is run in semi self-sufficiency with time limits.

3. participation ULTRA60 | STF2 | STF3

The participant is fully aware of the technical nature and landscape through which the route passes. The athlete must be sufficiently experienced in the mountains, in good fitness, in possession of suitable equipment and apparel, and have recently participated in a race of a similar standard (length, difficulty, etc.). Athletes will ideally have experience competing in skyrunning, ski mountaineering, or ultra trail racing.

  • The race is affiliated to the Csen sports association (Italian territory).

  • The organisation have the right to refuse entry to any entrants considered unfit for the event.

 

4. SEMI self-sufficiency

Semi self-sufficiency is defined as the capacity to maintain oneself without outside aid for the period between two feed stations. It refers to a person’s safety and wellbeing, nutrition, equipment, and ability to adapt to problematic situations that may arise, with or without prior warning (inclement weather, physical discomfort, injury, etc.)

5. REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS ULTRA60 | STF2 | STF3

Athletes permitted to take part must be 18 years or older on the day of the race.

Furthermore, athletes must meet one of the following stipulations:

  • Currently hold a valid membership to Csen, Fisky, FIDAL, Fidal Runcard, Fidal Mountain & Trail Runcard for the 2019 season.

  • Foreign athletes may compete providing they are a valid member of the athletics federation in their home nation.

  • In the case of non-licensed athletes, the individual will be expected to purchase a CSEN membership for an additional 10 euros. In order to satisfy this stipulation, the individual must be in possession of a valid medical certificate for participation in athletics.

 

ON ITALIAN TERRITORY

All participants must be in possession of a valid medical certificate for participation in athletics that is valid for the date of the race, or alternatively – in the case of foreign athletes – self-declare to fulfil Italian legislation.

  • Liability release form download here

  • SELF-CERTIFICATION of health-related eligibility to partake in athletes (EXCLUSIVELY FOR FOREIGN ATHLETES) download here.

 

SWISS TERRITORY

All athletes are advised to be in possession of valid accident insurance that will cover, in the event of a potential injury, any costs incurred with first aid, mountain rescue and hospital visits while in Switzerland.

Swiss rescue services are managed by private companies, such as REGA, and the costs of recovery will be carried by the athlete if not covered by their insurance.

Daily or yearly insurance plans are available through ITRA https://itra.run/page/353/Insurance.html.

If an athlete’s valid medical certificate for eligibility to partake in athletes, or a foreign athlete’s self-certification, is not submitted during registration, it must be shown while collecting the race number alongside a signed LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.


 

6. entry fees IN EURO

 

No. of start places available

Promotional price

01.01.2019 from 12:00

10.01.2019 until 24:00

11.01.2019 from 24:00

31.03.2019 until 24:00

01.04.2019 from 24:00

26.05.2019 until 24:00

ULTRA 60

300

50

70

80

STF 2

50 teams

(50+50)

70

90

100

STF 3

50 teams (50+50+50)

105

135

150

 

Groups or clubs with ten athletes and upwards are eligible for discounted entry fees. For more information, email info@doppiaw.com
 

Entry fees include:

  1. Race number

  2. Transponder GPS (on loan, to be returned at the end of the race)

  3. Race bag with regional produce

  4. Commemorative gift

  5. Feed stations in the race

  6. Showers, post-race massage

  7. Post-race meal

  8. Race transport provided by the organizers

 

7. How to register

Registrations can be completed online until 24.00 on Sunday 26th May 2019. Entries open at 12.00 midday on 01.01.2019 (https://shop.endu.net/edit/49878)

Payment can be made by credit card, Paypay, Satispay, Sofort, or by bank transfer. Registrations are not valid until paid.

Bank transfer:

Recipient: OTC srl
Iban : IT06J0558489271000000003535
Bic/Swift : BPMIITMMXXX
Reference : DOPPIAW ULTRA or SFT2 or SFT3 2019 + full name of the athlete

In the case of a bank transfer, athletes are required to email their entry form, proof of payment, the liability release form and a medical certificate (if the athlete has one) to doppiaw@otc-srl.it or by fax: +39 031 2289708

 

The entry fee includes all of the services detailed in these rules and the VAT, but excludes transaction costs. Credit card fees and exchange rates are the responsibility of the athlete.

For more information, email: iscrizioni@otc-srl.it.

 

7A. timekeeping

OTC Srl (Official Timer MySDAM) are responsible for the race timing and it will be carried out with disposable chip timing, affixed to the race number.

Please note: In the event of an incorrectly used, or missing chip during an athlete’s participation in the race, the athlete’s race time will not be recorded.

8. withdrawals and cancellations

withdrawals

  • Early race withdrawals when announced before the 28th February 2019 in an email to info@doppiaw.com will be reimbursed 50% of their entry fee.

  • After this date, no reimbursements for withdrawals unless medically certified will be given.

  • Race numbers may be transferred before 30th April 2019 by emailing info@doppiaw.com for the cost of 10 Euro for the administrative fees.

  • Deferrals to next year’s race are not permitted.

Race bags will not be posted in advance of the race and must be collected with proof of identity in the designated time slots as displayed in the programme.

cancellation

The race organiser may choose to suspend or prematurely end the race at any moment in the interests of athletes’ safety for reasons of force majeure, weather, or unforeseeable circumstances, for reasons outside the control of the organization. In the case of cancellation prior to or during the event, entry fees will not be reimbursed.

9. race number collection

When collecting race numbers, athletes are required to show:

  • Valid identity document with photo

If not previously submitted with race entry:

  • Copy of a valid medical certification

  • Valid athletics licence (as specified in point 5) or the athlete’s agreement to register with Csen.

  • Liability release form download here.

(Alternatively, this can be collected and signed at the Race HQ)

  • Before collecting your race number, obligatory kit controls will be carried out.

Race numbers

Each competitor will be given two race numbers to be worn throughout the entirety of the race:

  • The main race number worn on the chest or top right leg, in a visible position.

  • The second, smaller race number to be worn on the back of the athlete or on the visible side of the backpack.


Race numbers must be visible throughout the entire race and may not be folded, disguised or distorted in any way.

Your race number also serves as an access pass to the following zones:

  • Feed zones

  • Bag retrieval zone (containing spare clothes) midway through the race at kilometre 24, San Romerio ULTRA

  • Bag drop-off and retrieval zone (containing spare clothes) at kilometre 24, San Romerio. STF2 I STF3

  • Bag drop-off and retrieval zone (containing spare clothes) at kilometre 40, Rifugio Schiazzera. STF3

  • Return transport to Tirano if an athlete pulls out from the race. (see point 26)

  • Bag retrieval at the finish zone in Tirano (IT).

  • Race bag collection with commemorative gift at the finish zone in Tirano (IT).

  • Showers and massage

  • Post-race meal

  • Transport provided by the race organizers


TRAck GPS

Every participant in the ULTRA and the first-stage runner in SFT2 I SFT3 will be given a GPS tracker at the start in Poschiavo which must be carried in the athlete’s bag for the entirety of the race. The GPS tracker must be active throughout the entire race, otherwise the athlete risks disqualification.

At the handover zone for the SFT2 I SFT3 the athletes must hand over the GPS tracker to their teammate.

Upon completion of the race, the GPS tracker must be handed over to the race officials in the finish zone

Should an athlete fail to return their GPS device, they will be fined 150 euro.


Race bags and commemorative gifts

Race bags and the commemorative gift may only be collected during the official opening times. These will not be posted to participants.
 

bag drop

ULTRA 60 | STF2 | STF3

  • Each participant in the ULTRA 60 | STF2 | STF3 will receive a label with their race number. This strap must be attached to your bag containing personal items that will be transported to the finish zone in Piazza Cavour, Tirano (IT).

  • All bags for the finish zone must be dropped off in Poschiavo (CH) at the appropriate vehicle, displaying the word TIRANO before 05.30 on Saturday 8th June.

 

ULTRA 60

  • Every participant in the ULTRA60 will receive a bag labelled with their race number in which the athlete should insert their spare clothes, should they wish to change. These will be transported by the race organizers to the midway point on the course: kilometre 24, feed station San Romerio (CH).

  • All bags for the midway point must be dropped off in Poschiavo (CH) at the appropriate vehicle, displaying the words SAN ROMERIO before 05.30 on Saturday 8th June.

  • For the athletes who decide to use this bag option, their possessions will consequently be taken to the finish zone in Tirano (IT), where they will later be distributed upon presentation of the athlete’s race number.

  • Should an athlete drop out prior to this point, their bag will be taken to the finish zone in Tirano (IT), where it can be collected upon presentation of the athlete’s race number.

 

STF2 | STF3

Each member of the relay team will be provided with a labelled bag displaying the team’s race number. This is to be used for outerwear and additional clothes, which can be left at the various starting points: Rifugio San Romerio or Rigufio Schiazzera.

All bags left at the relay handover points must be collected within thirty minutes after the final competitor and the sweeper have passed.

Unlabelled bags, non race-issue bags and bags with items attached externally will not be transported. Please avoid putting valuables or fragile objects in the kit bag for bag drop

The organising committee do not accept any responsibility in the event of loss or damage during the transport of the bags. Bags may only be collected upon presentation of an athlete’s race number.

10. obligatory kit

Athletes must be attired appropriately and fulfil the minimum requirements: technical t-shirt; tights or three-quarter length tights, or shorts with compression socks reaching the knee. This kit must be suitable for the day’s prevalent weather conditions.

  • Visible race number worn throughout the entire race.

  • Trail running shoes (category A5).

Each athlete must also be in possession of, or wearing, the following items throughout the entirety of the race:

  • ID card or equivalent / European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

  • A fully charged mobile phone (including the emergency phone number of the race). The phone must be active throughout the race and able to function in both Italy and Switzerland.

  • GPS tracker provided by the organization and kept until crossing the finish line (1 for each athlete in the ULTRA60, 1 for each team).

  • Micro-crampons

  • Bag with sufficient volume to stow all of these items.

  • Camelback, hydration sack, or bottle/s with a minimum volume of 1.0 l.

  • Cup or similar item with a volume of approx. 15 cl, to use at the feed stations.

  • Sufficient food and fluids to remain self-sufficient between feed stations.

  • Waterproof shell jacket with an impermeable and breathable membrane and taped seams.

  • Microfiber top with long sleeves.

  • Suitable socks

  • Cap, beanie or bandana.

  • Gloves.

  • Emergency blanket, min. 1.40 m x 2.0 m.

  • Adhesive elastic bandage, min. 100 cm x 6 cm.

  • Head torch.

  • Sunglasses.

  • Whistle.

  • 20 Euro for unforeseen circumstances.

Advisable material:

  • Spare clothing

  • Waterproof trousers

  • Poles are permitted.

11. kit check

  • Kit check for all athletes when collecting race number.

  • Spot checks at start and finish.

  • Spot checks along the route.


12. Athlete behaviour

  • Athletes must adhere to, and follow, the designated marked route, passing correctly through each checkpoint.

  • Athletes may make the decision to withdraw from the race, or in certain cases an athlete may be directed by the race officials or medical staff to withdraw.

  • In the event of early withdrawal from the race (be it from the athlete’s own will or as directed by the race organizers), the athlete must continue to the closest staffed checkpoint unless unable. The checkpoint staff will organise the athlete’s safe return to the start or finish zones.

  • In the event of an incident or injury, athletes are obliged to help their fellow participants–this involves alerting the nearest staffed checkpoint. The jury will account for any time lost in such a case.

  • The race director and officials have the right to require participants, at any point in the race, to put on their windproof jacket, headwear, or any other item from their obligatory kit.

  • Athletes are requested to behave in an eco-friendly manner; this involves using the provided rubbish bins at the feed stations (+/- 100 m). Athletes that do not adhere to these rules or who act inappropriately may risk disqualification.

13. general rules

Even if not explicitly indicated, these regulations apply alongside the rules stipulated by the ISF (International Skyrunning Federation) www.skyrunning.com

14. penalities and disqualifications

PENALIties ranging from three-minute time deductions to disqualification of the athlete

  • Leaving belongings behind along the route.

  • Cutting corners or deviating from the marked route.

  • Incomplete or inadequate obligatory kit, or an athlete’s failure to comply with kit rulings while competing

disqualifications

  • Impaired visibility of race number through folding, cutting, obscuring etc.

  • Refusal to comply with instructions given by race directors, race officials, medical staff or rescue workers.

  • Receiving help outside the authorised zones. (Feed zones +/- 100 m)

  • Not registering at an official checkpoint.

  • Littering outside of the feed zone area (+/- 100 m).

  • Unsporting behaviour.

  • Failure to assist a person in need. Ignoring a fellow athlete in need.

  • False identity. Sharing and/or swapping numbers.

  • Doping or refusal to partake in a doping control.

  • Non-attendance at the prize ceremony without due reason.

  • Failure to meet the designated cut-off times.

15. appeals

Any claims or complaints must be submitted in writing with the name of the claimant and the claimant’s race number. This must be submitted after crossing the finish line or immediately upon publication of the provisional results. Each claim incurs a deposit of €20 that will be reimbursed if the claim is accepted. Claims submitted later than 60 minutes after the publication of the provisional results will not be considered. The decision is based on a majority vote by the race jury. In the event of controversy, the representative of the ISF is responsible for the final decision, according to the rules of the ISF.
 

16. jury

The race jury consists of:

  1. Race director

  2. Route or safety official

  3. ISF representative

17. route

The route of the Ultra SkyMarathon® Doppia W, ULTRA60 I STF2 I STF3 is displayed on the routes page. The route comprises mule tracks and runnable singletrack trails, with a few short sections on ridgelines. These are exposed sections equipped with ropes and undertaken with the assistance of race staff. There are three passes to cross on the border between Italy and Switzerland. The likelihood of encountering snow at the altitude of 2000 metres above sea level and above exists.

  • In the event of bad weather or impassable trails, the race organizers have a designated emergency route that will be detailed at the pre-race briefing, if determined necessary.

  • Athletes must adhere to the marked race route at all times. Short-cuts, or cutting corners, are not permitted. Deviating from the marked route will result not only in the disqualification of the athlete from the results, but also puts the athlete at risk.

Download the map / GPX file

18. DISTANCES

ULTRA60

Distance: 60 km

Elevation gain +: 4,300 m | descending -: 4,800 m

 

STF2

  • 1° Relay (leg 1): Poschiavo (CH) – San Romerio (CH)

  • L = 24.0 km

  • Elevation gain +: 2,400m I descending -: 1,500 m

  • 2° Relay (leg 2): San Romerio (CH) – Tirano (IT)

  • L = 36.0 km

  • Elevation gain +: 1,900 m I descending -: 3,300 m

STF3

  • 1° Relay (leg 1): Poschiavo (CH) – San Romerio (CH)

  • L = 24.0 km

  • Elevation gain +: 2,400m I descending -: 1,500 m

  • 2° Relay (leg 2): San Romerio (CH) - Rifugio Schiazzera (IT)

  • L = 16 km

  • Elevation gain +: 1,400 m I descending -: 1,100 m

  • 3° Relay (leg 3): Rifugio Schiazzera (IT) – Tirano (IT)

  • L = 20.0 km

  • Elevation gain +: 500 m I descending -: 2,200 m

19. daylight hours

Early June: Tirano (IT) Poschiavo (CH)

Sunrise: 05:25

Sunset: 21:15

20. Time limits and cut-offs

Start: 05:30 morning I Finish: 21:30 evening

Maximum time permitted to finish the race: 16:00 hours

 

Cut-off times

 

Start: Poschiavo (CH)

km 0

Time in hours since the start

05:30

1.

Rifugio Malghera (IT)

km 13.0

4.0h

09:30

2.

Rifugio San Romerio (CH)

km 24

7.5h

13:00

3.

Rifugio Schiazzera (IT)

km 40

12h

17:30

4.

Finish: Tirano (IT)

km 60

16h

21:30

  • In the event of inclement weather, or for safety reasons, the organisation reserves the right to suspend the race or modify the cut-off times.

21. relay handover zones

STF2

2° handover: San Romerio (CH), km 24.0

STF3

1° handover: San Romerio (CH), km 24.0

2° handover: Rifugio Schiazzera (IT), km 40

reaching the handover zones

Rifugio Schiazzera: 24 km from Tirano, Piazza Cavour.

50 min. by car + 12 min. on foot

San Romerio: 18 km from Tirano, Piazza Cavour.

50 min. by car + 25 min. on foot

16 km from Poschiavo train station

45 min. by car + 25 min. on foot

More information can be found in the section marked ‘Shuttles for athletes’ where the shuttle times are given.

22. Feed stations

  • Exclusively accessible to athletes (with a clearly visible race number)

  • Athletes may not drink directly from the bottles at the feed station tables. Cups will not be provided.

  • Every athlete must leave a feed station with adequate food and fluids to last until the next feed station.

  • At San Romerio and Schiazzera there will be hot food provided (pasta with broth).

 

 

Distance from start in KM

Altitude

Water

Electrolytes

Hot tea (in the event of poor weather)

Coca-cola

Oranges

Bananas

Chocolates, biscuits, dried fruit

Cake/tarts

Soup with pasta, wholemeal bread, cheese.

Fruit juice

Beer

 

Poschiavo Annunziata

0

985

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Cansumè

5

1590

X

X

 

 

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

2

Sassiglion

8

2080

X

X

 

 

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

3

Passo Malghera

10

2542

X

X

X

 

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

4

Rifugio Malghera

13

1958

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

5

A.Grotte Fornace

16.5

2186

X

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

Bocchetta Braga

18

2569

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

7

Rifugio

San Romerio

24

1793

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

8

Grüm

30

1890

X

X

 

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

9

Cippo 13

34.5

2648

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

10

Rif. Schiazzera

40

1967

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

11

Susen

42

1590

X

X

 

X

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

12

Rogorbello

45

750

X

X

 

X

X

 

X

 

 

 

 

13

Baruffini

50

814

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

14

Castello di Piattamala

56

486

X

X

 

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

 

 

Tirano

60

421

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

X

X

 

23. external support

  • External support is only permitted at the 14 official feed stations (+/- 100 m). An athlete’s outside assistance or support crew must not hinder the passage of other runners or interrupt the race in any way.

  • Pacing is not allowed. Any support received outside of the 14 designated feed stations will result in disqualification.

24. SIGNAGE AND ROUTE MARKINGS.

  • The distance will be marked with signs at every 10 km mark. Each kilometre will be individually marked in the final 9 kilometres.

  • Feed stations will be marked with tape. The limits around the feed station (100 metres before and after) will be signposted.

  • The route will be marked with arrows, tape, and flags.

Each route marking will be removed as soon as the final competitor has passed.


25. safety / controls and wellbeing

safety

  • At certain points determined by the race organizers and in relation to the feed stations, there will be rescue call-out posts.

  • The rescue posts are equipped to assist any person in danger.

  • The rescuers are equipped to bring any person judged to be in danger to safety using the means at their disposal.

  • If deemed necessary, the organisers and medical staff will assess the situation and call in official rescue services, who will take over the operation with all means necessary, including helicopters. All of these exceptional methods will incur costs for which the rescued person is responsible.

  • A doctor and first aiders will be present at the finish zone.

CONTRLS

Checkpoints correspond with official feed stations. The organisation reserves the right to insert additional controls along the route.

wellbeing

  • Race officials may, at any point in the race, deem an athlete incapable of finishing the race and duly remove their race number.

  • Athletes who request help from medical staff have to abide by the decision of the staff.

  • Should an athlete be obliged to withdraw for medical reasons, but chooses not to adhere to the medical staff’s decision, this athlete is deemed to be outside the responsibility of the race and therefore loses the rights to any services included.

  • Under the WADA protocol, anti-doping controls may be carried out at DOPPIA W.

26. withdrawalS and RETURNING

  • In the event of early withdrawal from the race, an athlete must inform the closest staffed checkpoint, who will invalidate his or her race number. Failure to notify a withdrawal immediately, or as soon as feasibly possible, is to be avoided. Any consequent search operations for a participant will be at the cost of the athlete involved.

  • The race organisers have arranged for shuttles to take athletes back to Tirano and/or Poschiavo from three designated checkpoints:

 

  1. Km 13.0 Rifugio Malghera

  2. Km 24.0 Rifugio San Romerio

  3. Km 40.0 Rifugio Schiazzera

  • For logistical reasons, it is possible that athletes who withdraw from the race may have to wait for an indeterminate time for transport to the finish zone.

 

lost and found?

Send any inquiries to info@doppiaw.com

 

27. categories

ULTRA60

  • Male overall

  • Female overall

STF2 I STF3

  • Male or mixed team

  • Female team

28. results

Results will be displayed in the finish zone and can be downloaded from the website at www.doppiaw.com

ULTRA60

Results will be compiled for the men’s and women’s overall standings.

STF2

Results will be compiled for male/mixed gender teams and for women’s teams.

STF3

Results will be compiled for male/mixed gender teams and for women’s teams.

29. prizes

 

ULTRA60

 

STF2

 

STF3

 

M

F

 

M

F

 

M

F

1

500 €

500 €

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

2

300 €

300 €

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

3

200 €

200 €

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

 

Non-cash prizes

Non-cash prizes

All prizes (cash or non-cash) must be collected during the official prize-giving ceremony.

30. health and injury insurance

All athletes to be in possession of valid accident insurance that will cover, in the event of a potential injury, any costs incurred with first aid, mountain rescue and hospital visits for both Italy and Switzerland.

Swiss rescue services are managed by private companies, such as REGA, and the costs of recovery will be carried by the athlete if not covered by their insurance.

It is recommended that you contact your health or accident insurance provider to ascertain whether your current policy is sufficient or if you will need to take out additional cover for medical or rescue services valid on the day of the race.

Daily or annual policies can be acquired through ITRA https://itra.run/page/353/Insurance.html.

The organisation declines any responsibility or costs arising from injury, or health issues, etc. of participants.

31. privacy and image rights

The organisation retains the personal data of the athletes confidentially and will not pass these onto any third-party organisations. By registering for this race, participants authorize the use of photography, audio or video that include his/her image for promotional, editorial, or other reasons deemed to be in the best interest of the event. Entrants grant the race organizers the unlimited right to appropriate free use, without geographical restrictions, of his/her moving or still image as related to the DOPPIA W Ultra 60. Any and all such photographs, motion pictures, or recordings of the event from the DOPPIA W Ultra 60 are the sole property of the race organizers. The obscuring of individuals from photographs or motion pictures will not be possible.

32. declaration

The athlete recognises and confirms to have read and understood the race information and is fully aware of the dangers of false statements, Furthermore, the athlete understands the technical nature and route of the race, and declares that he/she has the necessary competences to cross technical mountainous terrain, containing exposed sections with ropes and chains under the direction of the event staff.

In addition to this, the athlete declares

  • That he/she possesses sufficient experience relevant to a skyrunning competition; the athlete confirms that he/she has taken part in similar events in the recent past with regards to the physical exertion and technical difficulty; that he/she possesses the relevant mountain experience and skills to negotiate and avoid hazards on the abovementioned course;

  • that he/she has received the necessary guidance from the event organisers with regards to the potential dangers of the event due to its mountainous nature and potentially unavoidable natural dangers to all the participants and attests that he/she is in full knowledge of the risks involved as pointed out by the event organisers and assumes those risks.

  • that he/she expressly exonerates the organizers from all liability caused by negligence regarding any potential loss or further consequences that the athlete sustains.

  • By enrolling, the participant releases the organizers from any liability, both civil and criminal, for personal injury and/or damage caused by him/herself or indirectly.

33. priority of rules

The rules and regulations presented in this document take precedence over any version or information found on social media or elsewhere online that differs to this document. The Italian language version is definitive.