At the race, all well-prepared runners can participate if they accept the information provided in the event details and meet the registration requirements.
Wheelchair users or handbike racers who complete the distance under their own power can start from the front of the field. They will start 30 seconds ahead of the main field with a motorcycle escort. They will be accompanied by a leading motorcycle and can leave the field after passing the designated point once the route is finalized. If they complete the distance with assistance, they can start from the designated start zone according to their planned pace.
All participants must wear the race number visibly and fully on the front, even when wearing a top. The use of triathlon-style race number fasteners is allowed.
A 10-minute time penalty can be given to a participant who folds or obscures their race number or fails to wear it clearly during the race.
If an individual participant is also the first member of a team (pair or trio), they do not need to wear the individual race number with an index assigned to the team.
A participant may be disqualified if they repeatedly violate the race number wearing rule despite warnings, fail to complete the full course designated by the organizers, provide inaccurate or incomplete information on the registration form, or misuse the timing chip.
For their own safety and the safety of fellow runners, it is not recommended for participants to listen to music or use any other audio player simultaneously in both ears during the race. There are cyclists and motorcycle organizers working within the field, as well as medical teams if needed. Wearing headphones can block out external sounds, potentially hindering communication with fellow runners, organizers, and medical staff.
Inline skating, cycling, running without a race number, and running with a dog are prohibited during the race. Participants who run with a cyclist or inline skater escort can be disqualified from the race.
We do not take responsibility for the safekeeping of personal belongings at the event venue.
Any commercial or advertising activities at the event venue are subject to prior approval and must be conducted in accordance with the guidelines and arrangements agreed upon by BSI.
BSI reserves the right, for organizational reasons, to limit the number of participants and close registration at any time.
BSI reserves the right to modify the route, program, and schedule of the event.