Rules and Regulations

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. You understand the unique nature and requirements of competing in an ultra-long distance trail running race. You will be running in the dark of early morning and all day through hills terrain and have undertaken the necessary training to compete in such a race.
  2. You will be responsible for yourself and have the ability to deal with any problems that may be encountered during the race.
  3. You are able to deal with, on your own without assistance, deteriorating weather conditions (low temperatures, strong winds, and rain) and other troubles expected when traveling across mountainous terrain.
  4. You are able to deal with extreme fatigue, internal organ and digestive problems, muscle pain, mild physical injuries and psychological problems on your own.
  5. You fully understand that you are responsible for overcoming the above conditions 1 to 4 on your own and that it is not the responsibility of the race organization.
  6. You are fully aware that when participating in an outdoor activity such as this race, your safety depends on your own skills and abilities.
  7. Video/television footage, photos, articles, race results, etc. may be used and/or shown in newspapers, television, magazines, internet, pamphlets, etc.
  8. You understand and agree that these rights belong to the race organization and may be used for these purposes.
  9. You have to bring your own folding cup / hydration bottle because we don’t provide any plastic glass

You have to understand that for Ultra Category have to take BIB numbers by themselves

 

ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION RULES

Some parts of the running route will pass through forests and trees and residential areas with areas that have a variety of plants. Running participants / support teams must be fully aware and follow these rules:

  1. Sleeping along the route is prohibited because it will have a large impact on the surrounding environment and may also cause misunderstandings with the local population so that it makes others think that you need emergency medical assistance.
  2. Please manage your running tempo and physical condition carefully and rest / sleep at the WS / CP provided.
  3. You must stay on the route at all times.
  4. There will be a part where runners will not be able to pass each other to avoid things that are not desirable.
  5. It is strictly forbidden to take or damage plants, animals and rocks found along the running route and in the race area.
  6. It is strictly forbidden to cut the route because it will cause potential damage to vegetation along the running route.
  7. Run along the running route that has been prepared.
  8. It is strongly emphasized not to litter along the running routes / venues

 

EMERGENCY HELP & HELPING OTHERS

  1. If during the event you encounter runners or other event volunteers who are injured or sick and cannot move on their own, please provide help in advance by notifying race staff to ask for help.
  2. This cross-country race is located in public places / private property of others. Please be careful and share running routes with others at any time.
  3. There is no closing track for the public when the event takes place.Do not damage any property located along the Coast To Coast Night Trail Ultra race route

 

WATER STATION & SUPPORT OF OUTSIDE PARTIES

  1. Food and drinks will also be provided at Water Station (WS). Drinking water will be provided at the WS. Isotonic drinks will be provided at some WS.
  2. Support from outside parties, ie by family and friends, is not permitted.
  3. Food and Beverage provided by the organizer are only for registered running participants.
  4. Unregistered participants cannot participate in the race (Pacers must also be participants).

 

MANDATORY GEARS

 

PARTICIPANTS CAN BE DISQUALIFIED OR GET PENALTY AT ANY TIME DURING THE RACE FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS :

  1. Take shortcuts and / or exit routes.
  2. Do not carry mandatory gear.
  3. Littering during activities (this applies to participants and supporters).
  4. Receive support from outside parties other than WS provided.
  5. Run with aid runners (people / pacers) who are not officially registered in the race as participants.
  6. Cheat (for example using other means of transportation, using a substitute runner, and other unlawful acts).
  7. Not complying with instructions given by official committees including doctors, nurses, and emergency staff.
  8. Continue running after the specified COT timeout.
  9. The organizer has the right to take the BIB if the participant violates.
  10. Doping and drug use

 

BIB TRANSFER/ USING OTHERS BIB

  1. BIB Transfer are not allowed for any excuse. 
  2. If a participant is caught using a BIB that is not in his own name all facilities will be removed as a participant and may be blacklisted.

 

RACEPACK COLLECTION

  1. Racepack must be collected on the time already set by organizer : on February 13, 14, 10AM-8PM and February 15, 10AM-5PM at the race village.
  2. Racepack for Ultra category (50K, 70K, 100K) must be collected by the runners itself by showing real ID that used for registration, obey the mandatory gears, give certificate of health, and waiver. (waiver and certificate of health form can be downloaded here)
  3. Racepack for 13K and 25K category can be taken collectively by fill the authorization letters, waiver and copy Identity of the runners. (authorization letters can be downloaded here)

 

DROP BAG/ DEPOSIT BAG

  1. Deposit bags can be left at the Start / Finish line (race venue). And can be taken after the event is finished maximum at 12.30PM at Sunday.
  2. Drop bags are only for the 70K & 100K category.
  3. Drop bags are collected at the Start / Finish line (race venue) no later than 1 hour before each category of race starts.
  4. Drop bags can be accessed by participants at water station at the middle of the race and can be retrieved at the Start / Finish line (Deposit Bag Area)

 

WINNERS PODIUM

  1. In each category Top 3 winners will be drawned: male open, female open, male master, female master.
  2. Runners that aged 40 and over are belong to master category.
  3. Master category can also become the winner of open category.

CUT OFF POINT & CUT OFF TIME

The Race Organizer will enforce Cut Off Points in several Race categories, among others:

Cut Off Point 100K Category:
1. Cut Off Point at WS5 (Ngoro-oro) at Saturday 23:00 WIB / 9 hours after 100K start. Participants who arrive at WS5 after 23:00 WIB will be stopped from the Race and will be escorted using the vehicle to the Race center.
2. Cut Off Point at WS9 (patung elang) at Sunday 07:00 WIB / 17 hours after 100K start. Participants who arrive at WS9 after 07:00 WIB will be stopped from the Race and will be escorted using the vehicle to the Race village.

Cut Off Point 70K Category:
1. Cut Off Point at WS6 (patung elang) at Sunday 06:30 WIB / 9,5 hours after starting 70K. Participants who arrive at WS6 after 06:30 WIB will be stopped from the Race and will be escorted using the vehicle to the Race village.

Cut Off Point 50K Category:
1. Cut Off Point at WS4 (patung elang) at Sunday 06:00 WIB / 6 hours after starting 50K. Participants who arrive at WS6 after 06:00 WIB will be stopped from the Race and will be escorted using the vehicle to the Race village.

All Participants who are not complied the Cut Off Time & Cut Off Points, and the disqualified Participants, are declared as not completing the Race and are not entitled to get the finisher medal and the finisher tee.
Participant shall not obstruct the Race by failing to follow the instructions of the Race official. Race Organizer reserves the right to stop Participants from continuing the Race if Participants are behaving in a manner deemed to be inappropriate to the Race, and such Participant shall be disqualified from the Race.

Cut Off Time at finish line :

  1. 100K at Sunday 12:00WIB
  2. 70K at Sunday 12:00WIB
  3. 50K at Sunday 12:00WIB
  4. 25K at Sunday 10:00WIB
  5. 13K at Sunday 09:30WIB

 

RACE CANCELATION

The Organizer of the Race has the right to cancel the event or make changes to the competition for the following reasons:

  1. Extreme Weather Warning by BMKG
  2. Avalanches or fires that occur on the race track
  3. Natural disasters that approve the event cannot be replaced by other options. Plans The organizer has the right to change the event or make changes to the race track for the following reasons:
  4. Extreme Weather Warning by BMKG
  5. Avalanches or fires that occur on the race track
  6. Natural disasters that replace events cannot be replaced by other options.