The purpose of these policies is to ensure the run’s integrity as well as for the safety of all those involved. Violations of any rules or directives may be grounds for disqualification.
1. Entry fees are non-refundable; race numbers and entries cannot be transferred to another year. No exceptions. This means once we have received your entry, you will not receive a refund if you cannot participate, or if the event is cancelled because of weather, natural disaster or other unforeseen circumstances. We will allow bib transfer until Sunday, August 12, 2018 IF you can find yourself a replacement and contact us before the deadline. 2. There will be no unofficial runners on course. 3. Each runner’s official run number must be worn prominently on the front of the body and must be easily visible at all times. 4. Runners must check IN and OUT of each aid station. This is for the safety of the runners and volunteers. 5. Runners must follow the marked trails at all times. Any runner departing from the official trail must return to the point of departure on foot before continuing. 6. Any runner wishing to drop from the race must inform the nearest aid station captain. 7. Cut-off times for both 100Mi and 100K is 32 hours, cut-off for 50K is 9 hours. All runners must be done by 2pm on Sunday, August 26, 2018, Detailed information on the cut-off times can be found under the "AS/Crew Info" tab. 8. All cut-off times will be strictly enforced. Runners must be checked OUT of the aid station BEFORE the cut-off time. 9. Littering of any kind is prohibited. Please respect the trails and the right of everyone to enjoy them. 10. Runners must refrain from any act of bad sportsmanship. 11. Crew and pacers are only allowed at certain Aid Stations along the course, all information can be found under the "AS/Crew Info" tab. *No Pacers Allowed For the 50K Distance* 12. This is a CUP-FREE event. There won't be any paper cups at aid stations, and there won't be any paper or plastic cups at our finish-lines. We won't be making any exceptions to this rule, so if you don't bring your own drinking receptacle come race-weekend, you'll want to pre-purchase a collapsible cup and if you don't already have a reusable soft flask to carry with you on the course (for soda & electrolyte drink, etc.), we will have the collapsible cups for purchase when you check in for the race and/or at packet pickup for $5 (quantities limited at check-in). Please help us keep our races eco-friendly, minimize the trash in the landfills and our trails clean. Together we can make a difference!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 13. Meal Tickets Will Be Required By Runners, Non Runners and Non Volunteers for the weekend. Please visit our weekend schedule for more details and pre-purchase the Meal Plans when registering for this race. 14. We can not cannot guarantee race swag to registrations made after August 1, 2018 but will work to get you your items post event.
Friday, August 24 - Dinner Ticket Required By Runners, Non Runners and Non Volunteers. Saturday, August 25 - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Ticket Required By Runners, Non Runners and Non Volunteers Sunday, August 26 - Brunch Tickets Required by Non Runners and Non Volunteers
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You may switch between the three events (100Mi, 100K and 50K) plus the difference in entry fee at the time of the switch. If you are already signed up for one race and want to switch to the other, you may do so on ultra signup before August, 12, 2018 if you plan to switch races. If you have further questions on this please don't hesitate to shoot us an email.
If you have already paid more than the current price of the event you are switching to, you will not receive a refund. However, you will owe no additional costs. If you have paid less than the current entry fee of the event you are switching to, you will owe the difference in what you have paid.
**Race day drop downs are not allowed**
You must inform race management prior to the above listed deadline of your intent to switch distances be it dropping or moving up to a distance. If you fail to finish the distance you are signed up to run then you are not eligible for an official time, medals/awards and age ranks and your race results will reflect a DNF (Did Not Finish)
RACE BANDIT POLICY
A race bandit is any runner taking part in a race without the permission of the race directors, which can include but is not limited to joining the race field without officially being registered for the race or running with another runner's bib on.
Terrain Trail Runners has adopted the following policy in regards to runners banditting any and all of out events: Race bandits will be banned from all TTR events for a period of one year. If caught wearing a bib that is not your own, both parties will be banned from all TTR events for a period of one year.
We will not tolerate any inappropriate behavior towards any of our volunteers or staff. If you have a complaint please direct these to Shalini Kovach at firstname.lastname@example.org. Failure to follow this guideline will result in disqualification from the event and possibly being banned from future events.
Seriously. We’re all out here for some fun, so let’s have some!
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