Race Terms2020-03-09T15:17:48+00:00

Terms Apply to all Go Events Wales Events

All rules are for the good of the event and the safety of runners. Decisions made by the Go Events Wales team must be adhered to, are final and no challenges will be permitted. We reserve the right to change or modify these terms at any time and the new terms will take effect immediately. By taking part in an event you agree to adhere to these terms prior to running.

No unofficial runners (Not officially on the entry list). Unofficial runners can cause problems out on the trail which puts others at risk. You will be banned from taking part in future Go Events Wales events.

You must have your bib number visible at all times or easily accessible to show the aid station team. Saying your number is not enough the crew must see it. It is highly likely in the latter stages of a race you begin to forget your number! You may not feature in the results if we do not capture your number at the finish line.

You must follow the marked trail/course at all times. Deliberately taking a different route will lead to disqualification.

You must complete the entire course under your own efforts, never physically helped in any way.

You may not store supplies of any kind, food/drink/clothing, along the trail. Doing so will lead to disqualification.

You must check in to all aid stations. It is your responsibility to get your number taken. You will be disqualified if you are not registered at every aid station. It is very important to runner safety that we know what stretch of the route you are on at all times.

If you do not leave an aid station before the cut off time you will not be allowed to continue for safety, cut-off times will be strictly enforced. If you get to the finish line after the final cut off you will unfortunately not be listed as an official finishers and will not be eligible for awards.

It is your responsibility to fully disclose at race registration any medical conditions and any prescription medications being taken.

Performance enhancing/illegal drugs taken during the event will result in disqualification.

Be aware you compete in all Go Events Wales events entirely at your own risk including but not limited to getting lost, trips and falls, road crossings, river crossings and all other hazards of the trail.

Littering will result in immediate disqualification. We must respect the trails at all times. If you are caught littering you will be banned from all future events.

If you are unable to finish the race you must personally inform the nearest aid station of this decision to withdraw. You must hand over your race number. This serves as official notice of your withdrawal from the race.

It is really important to hand over your number otherwise you will be deemed lost and in need of search and rescue.

Minimum Entry Age for all ultra entrants is 20.

Dogs are allowed depending on the event but please inform us of your intentions to run with your dog well in advance to the event.

Pacers are allowed on Go Events Wales 100 mile events only. After the 50 mile point.

Please be aware of other people whilst you are running and be as polite and courteous as possible to them, making way when necessary, particularly to horses. You do not have priority over any other users out on the course, most will be totally unaware of the event taking place. All gates must be properly closed after you have gone through.

By agreeing to take part in any Go Events Wales Race:

You declare that you will be 20 years or over on the day of the event
You are fully aware of the actual and potential risks in participation in this event
Although the race is organised with a full risk assessment having been carried out, will have first aid support and will be carried out with the safety of the runners in mind at all times, you declare that you will compete in the race entirely at your own risk.

The Event organisers reserve the right to modify, at any time, the course or aid station locations.

In the case of severe/ extreme weather conditions including but not limited to flooding after the event start, The Event organisers reserve the right to abandon the event at any time, In this situation no refunds will be offered but a suitable alternative will be sought.

If the event cannot take place for reasons  beyond the race organisers control including but not limited to flooding, severe weather or denial of access to the original course, race management reserve the right to postpone the event to a later date and all entries will be carried forward to the new date. Refunds may not be offered under these circumstances. Event cancellation due to reasons such as a pandemic, public health, local authority issues and movement restrictions or bans of any kind etc are out of our control and no refund will be given if these circumstances arise. If the event is cancelled for reasons which require the event to be postponed indefinitely, race management reserve the right to retain all entry fees against costs incurred.

To the extent permitted by law, you accept that the organisers and sponsors of the race, or any of their agents, will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs or expenses, which may arise in consequence of your participation of the event.

Last Updated: April 2019