Entries, entry fee, general information

Goal of the event

  1. Promotion of sport and physical activity.
  2. Promotion of mountain running.
  3. Selection of the best mountain runners.
  4. Promotion of the Kłodzko Land in Poland and abroad.
  5. Promotion of environmental awareness.

Organizer:

Fundacja MARATONY GÓRSKIE
ul. Wrzosowa 11
57-350 Kudowa-Zdrój
Phone +48 513 423 887
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mBank 89 1140 2004 0000 3802 7717 9361
IBAN: PL89 1140 2004 0000 3802 7717 9361
SWIFT:BREXPLPWMBK.

Eksploris Piotr Hercog
Załoga Górska

Date, place, course

Date of the event: 16th – 19th July 2020

Race Headquarters/Race Office: Dom Zdrojowy, Orla Street 7, Lądek-Zdrój

Races:

The DFBG Mountain Running Festival covers the following races:

1. Seven Summit Run – ca. 240 KM

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój – Śnieżnik – Spalona – Jamrozowa Polana – Kudowa – Szczeliniec Wlk. – Wilcza Przełęcz – Bardo – Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start 16th July (Thursday) 2020, 18:00, Lądek Zdrój – Park located opposite to the Spa Hotel Dom Zdrojowy Wojciech
  3. Cut-off time: 52 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, every 15 – 20 KM; the race organizer will transport participants’ drop bags to the aid stations located on the 65. KM, 130. KM, and 200. KM of the course (3 separate drop bags, each weighing up to 3 kg/person)
  5. Competitors who, for various reasons, will be forced to retire from the race will be classified in the Super Trail 130 race, provided that they reach at least the finish line of ST130 in Kudowa-Zdrój. This also applies to competitors who will retire in a further part of the course. They will be entitled to receive a medal for finishing the ST130 race (to be collected only in the race office - during the event), but their results will not be taken into account during the prize giving ceremony for that race.

2. Super Trail 130 – 130 km

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój – Śnieżnik – Spalona – Jamrozowa Polana – Kudowa-Zdrój
  2. Start 16th July (Thursday) 2020, 18:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 26 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, every 15 – 20 KM; the race organizer will transport participants’ drop bags to the aid stations located around the 65. KM of the course and on the finish line
  5. The race organizer provides transportation from the finish line in Kudowa-Zdrój to Lądek-Zdrój (departures according to the Organizer’s bus timetable published in the Race Manual).

3. K-B-L – 110 km

  1. Course: the race follows the second part of the course of Seven Summit Run starting from Kudowa-Zdrój via Bardo to Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start 17th July (Friday) 20:00, Kudowa Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 26 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, every 15 – 20 KM; the race organizer will transport participants’ drop bags to the aid station located around the 70. KM of the course (drop bag weighing up to 5 kg/person)
  5. The race organizer provides transportation from the finish line in Lądek-Zdrój to Kudowa-Zdrój (booking of the bus is required during enrolment – against additional fee of PLN 20), departure: Lądek-Zdrój – Friday, 17:30)

4. Ultra Trail – 68 km

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój – Przeł. Gierałtowska – Czernica – Rozdroże Zamkowe – Złoty Stok – Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start 18th July (Saturday) 6:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 13 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, every 10-15 KM

5. Golden Marathon – 45 km

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój – Przełęcz Lądecka – Złoty Stok – Orłowiec – Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start 18th July (Saturday) 9:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 9 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, ca. every 10 KM

6. Golden Mountains Trail GTS - 33 km

  1. Trasa: Lądek-Zdrój – Przełęcz Gierałtowska – Stary Gierałtów  – Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start 17th July (Friday) godz. 15:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park Zdrojowy przy DZ Wojciech
  3. Limit: 7 h
  4. Na trasie przewidziane 2 punkty odżywcze (woda, napój izotoniczny, ciastka, owoce) co około 10 km

7. Golden Half-marathon – 21 km

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój – Przeł. Lądecka – Lądek Zdrój
  2. Start 18th July (Saturday) 11:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 5 hours
  4. There will be one aid station (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, at the 10. KM

8.Trojak Trail – ca. 10 km

  1. Course: Lądek-Zdrój –Trojak Mountain – Lądek-Zdrój
  2. Start: 19th July (Sunday), 10:00, Lądek-Zdrój – Park located opposite the Spa Hotel DOM ZDROJOWY WOJCIECH
  3. Cut-off time: 3 hours
  4. There will be aid stations (offering water, isotonic drink, cake, fruit) on the course, located on the 4. and 6. KM

The exact courses and profiles of the races will be published in the COURSES section - the final course update for 2020 will be made in June 2020

Conditions of participation:

  1. The DFBG event is open to any person being 18 years of age or older on the race day and holding a valid passport or ID card necessary to cross the border (applies to the course of Seven Summit Run, Super Trail, and K-B-L)
  2. All competitors must be registered in the Race Office. During the registration, the competitor must present an ID (identity card, passport, driving license) with the date of birth and his/her particulars. The competitor must sign a declaration confirming his/her good health and the absence of any contraindications to participation in the mountain race.
  3. All competitors must comply with the Mountain Running Festival Regulations, as well as applicable regulations of the Landscape Parks, nature reserves and road traffic rules.
  4. Participants of the Trojak Trail Race may be persons of the 16 years of age or older (upon written consent of legal guardians) and of 12 years of age in case of the Family Team Classification.

TROJAK TRAIL 10KM FAMILY TEAM CLASSIFICATION- REGULATIONS

  1. The Trojak Trail Race - Family Team Classification is open to persons of 12 years of age and older.
  2. Minors (from the age of 12) may take part in the Family Team Classification together with a person being their legal guardian.
  3. Possible team composition:
    Among the team members there must be at least one minor, and a maximum of two adults. A team must consist of 2 to 5 persons. E.g.,:
    -1 adult + 1 child
    -2 adults + 2 children
    -2 adults +1 child
    -2 adults + 2 children
  4. Entries are accepted from the moment the entry form is made available on the dfbg.pl website. The entry is considered correct if the participant properly completes the entry form on the dfbg.pl website and pays the entry fee. The team name should be provided at the time of making the entry.
  5. The amount of the entry fee per person depends on the date of payment:
    Paid by 31st December 2019 / paid: 1st January - 31st  March 2020 / 1st April - 15th June 2020 / paid: after 15th June 2020: PLN 65 / PLN 75 / PLN 85 / PLN 95
  6. During the competition, the legal guardian must stay together with the child at the maximum distance of 50 meters. The team finish time interval may not exceed 20 seconds. The team final result is counted on the basis of the time when the last team member gets to the finish line. A team that fails to comply with the above conditions will be disqualified.
  7. Race packs can only be picked up at the race office. In the case of minors - the race pack is picked up by the legal guardian of such person who must sign the relevant declaration obtained from the race office staff.
  8. The result of an adult who participates in the family team classification is not taken into account in the OPEN Trojak Trail 10KM classification.
  9. The organizer is not responsible for any minor participant.
  10. The organizer does not provide any casualty insurance policy.

THE COMPETITOR MUST VISIT THE RACE OFFICE IN PERSON FOR THE REGISTRATION!!!

Maximum number of race participants

The maximum number of participants for particular races:

  1. Seven Summit Run – 240 KM –350 persons
  2. Super Trail 130 – 130 KM – 350 persons
  3. K-B-L – 110 KM – 350 persons
  4. Ultra Trail – 68 KM – 500 persons
  5. Golden Marathon – 45 KM – 500 persons
  6. Golden Mountains Trail - 33 KM - 500 persons
  7. Golden Half-marathon – 21 KM – 700 persons
  8. Trojak Trail – 10 KM – 500 persons

Entries and entry fee

  1. Entries will be open from the date of making the entry form available on the dfbg.pl website, i.e., starting from 4th November 2019  (The exact date will be given no later than 7 days before opening the entries) by the date of start of particular races or until the closing of entries due to reaching the maximum number of participants.
  2. Entries made after 1st July do not guarantee the receipt of all benefits by the participant.
  3. The entry is considered to be the completed if the participant properly filled in the entry form on the DFBG website and paid the entry fee. Different amounts of the entry fee will apply to particular races depending on the date of entering the competition and paying the entry fee:
  4. – paid by 31st December 2019 / paid: 1st January - 31st  March 2020 / 1st April - 15th June 2020 / paid: after 15th June 2020:
    • Seven Summit Run 240 KM – PLN 405 / PLN 445 / PLN 485 / PLN 525
    • Super Trail 130 KM – PLN 260 / PLN 295 / PLN 320 / PLN 355
    • K-B-L – 110 KM – PLN 230 / PLN 265 / PLN 300 / PLN 325
    • Ultra Trail 68 KM -PLN 185 / PLN 205 / PLN 225 / PLN 245
    • Golden Marathon – 45 KM – PLN 145 / PLN 170 / PLN 190 / PLN 210
    • Golden Mountains Trail GTS - 125 zł / 150 zł / 170 zł / 190 zł
    • Golden Half-marathon – 21 KM – PLN 105 / PLN 125 / PLN 145 / PLN 165
    • Trojak Trail – 10 KM – PLN 65 / PLN 75 / PLN 85 / PLN 95

ADDITIONALLY, DURING ENROLMENT BY 1ST JULY 2020,  COMPETITORS WILL HAVE THE OPTION OF ORDERING A TECHNICAL T-SHIRT OF A RENOWNED BRAND AT EXTRA COST (PLN 50/ITEM)

Payment transfers

The entry fee can be paid via the online payment system or by wire transfer to the bank account of:

Fundacja MARATONY GÓRSKIE
ul. Wrzosowa 11
57-350 Kudowa-Zdrój
Phone +48 513 423 887
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

mBank 89 1140 2004 0000 3802 7717 9361
IBAN: PL89 1140 2004 0000 3802 7717 9361
SWIFT:BREXPLPWMBK.

In case of payment by wire transfer, please indicate the code received during the entry in the payment transfer order.

Refund of the entry fee

In the event of cancelling your participation in the race the entry fee will be refunded to the bank account of the sender according to the following schedule:

by 31th December 2019

 80%

1st January – 30th April 2020

 60%

1st May – 15th June 2020

 40%

after 15th June 2020

 0%

Transfer of entry to another competitor

It is possible to transfer the entry fee to another competitor until 30th June 2020 against a handling fee of PLN 35.

How can I transfer my entry? Information is provided HERE

Change of the distance (race)

A competitor who has enrolled and paid the entry fee may move his/her entry to another race distance – upon notifying the Organizer by email – however, no later than by 15th June 2020. The Organizer is not able to offer refund of the entry fee in the case moving the entry to a shorter race distance. When moving the entry to a longer distance race, the competitor is obliged to pay the difference in the entry fee (applicable at the time of making the payment). There is no possibility of crediting the difference in the entry fee against the price of the ordered running t-shirt. Moving entries between particular races is only possible if there are still available places for the given race.  How to move the entry to another race distance? Information is provided HERE

It is possible to transfer the entry fee to another competitor until 30th June 2020 against a handling fee of PLN 35. After 30th June 2020, once it has been paid, the entry fee is not subject to refund or transfer to another person). The Organizer is not liable for the dates of crediting bank accounts with funds transferred via wire transfers and postal order. The only criterion for accepting payments is the date of crediting the Organizer’s bank account with the entry fee.

The fee is not valid if the competitor did not make an online entry, or if the entry was made after the deadline or after the maximum number of available places has been reached.

After enrolment and payment of the entry fee, the competitor's details will be published in the entry list on the event's website. After the bank account is credited with the payment, the competitor will be marked in the list as the person with confirmed payment (Entry Fee - confirmed).

Entries are accepted only until the maximum number of available places has been reached! Only the fully completed entry and payment of the entry fee to our bank account will be taken into account. After meeting these conditions we assign a race number to the participant.

Persons who filled in the entry form but did not pay the entry fee will be moved to the waiting list. The organizer does not refund the entry fee to persons who have not finished the race or did not participate in the race, and does not transfer the entry fee to other/future races.

Race packs with the ordered t-shirts can only be picked up at the race office during registration. In the event that the participant withdraws from the race before the start - he/she can still pick up the ordered t-shirt, provided that he/she does it in person or by the indicated person (on the basis of written authorization) in the race office or by sending a message to the Organizer by 15th July 2020 - the shipping cost is PLN 15 (paid by wire transfer to the bank account).

T-shirts can also be bought in the race office for the price of PLN 60 (limited quantity available).

Any changes in the entry list can only be made by 30th June (inclusive) 2020. After that date no changes are possible.

What is included in the entry fee?

The entry fee includes:

  • medal for each finisher;
  • race bib;
  • medical aid and mountain rescue service (GOPR);
  • drinks and food at the aid stations along the course,
  • post-race meal;
  • gifts from sponsors (according to the sponsors’ discretion);
  • trophies and prizes for the best runners.

Rules of competition

Conditions of participation in the races

  1. Participants of the ultramarathon races (Seven Summit Run, Super Trail, K-B-L) must be aware of the challenges related to running such long distances, non-stop, day and night, under different weather conditions.
  2. As a competitor you are responsible for yourself and you must be able to deal with problems that may occur during the race.
  3. Extreme weather conditions cannot be excluded on any of the routes - temperatures around 0° C, strong wind, heavy rain and other phenomena may occur in the mountains.
  4. You must be physically and mentally prepared for extreme fatigue, stomach aches, muscle aches, painful falls and slips.
  5. By packing up the race number and signing the declaration confirming that you read these rules, you knowingly declare your understanding of the idea of ​​the competition, the risks it entails, and you confirm participation at your own risk. The organizers are not responsible for what can happen to you on the course of a run or at the start/finish line.
  6. Your photo and personal data (name, surname, age, city, club) may appear in photographic or video materials published on our website, facebook page, press, radio, television and other media.
  7. If you fail to comply with our regulations during this year's competition or if you take actions leading to a negative image of the competition, your entry in the following year may be rejected.
  8. In the event of non-compliance with the instructions given by the race staff, medical services and the need to undertake a rescue operation, you will be charged with its costs.

Environmental protection

A part of the courses runs through the Stołowe Mountains National Park, nature reserves, and landscape parks that are a wildlife habitat. We expect all participants to exercise utmost care for the protection of environment:

  1. Don't step off the marked trail. In the nature reserves „Śnieżnik Kłodzki“, „Wodospad Wilczki” and in the Stołowe Mountains National Park it is prohibited by law. Staying on the trail is aimed at protecting nature and prevents further erosion of tourist trails.
  2. At the aid stations, we provide disposable cups for drinks only on the course of the Trojak Trail - but they cannot be taken outside the aid stations. On the course of: Seven Summit Run, Super Trail, KBL, Ultra Trail, Złoty Marathon and Golden Half-marathon you should have your own cup or bottle.
  3. Collecting flowers, animals, mushrooms and stones is prohibited.
  4. Shortening the route is prohibited and causes potential devastation of the natural environment.
  5. Do not throw any litter, used gels packages, tissues etc. along the course. At each checkpoint there will be a litter bin where you can throw away unnecessary items.
  6. Please first use the toilets at the aid stations/checkpoints (marked on the diagram with the symbol). Do not leave any tissues or toilet paper along the course.
  7. To minimize energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, we suggest using public transport, including buses provided by the Organizer. Organizer's buses will run according to a specific timetable, which will be indicated in the Race Manual. 

Respect others

  1. If during the competition you meet any fellow runner or a staff member who is in trouble and needs help, look after him and call the emergency number (+4874) 985 or the telephone number printed on each race number
  2. If you happen to pass a race participant lying or sitting on the course and there is no contact with him or her, make sure such person does not need help. If he/she only takes a rest - motivate him/her to continue the effort and reach the nearest aid station. If you think that such person needs help, contact the emergency number.
  3. Please show your understanding towards volunteers and race staff. They don't sleep just like the competitors.
  4. The race course is not private and is not closed for the duration of the competition. Remember that other tourists and athletes have the full right to use it. Overtake competitors or other people only in places where it is safe and does not pose a threat to you or the person being overtaken.
  5. Do not damage anything along the race course, do not litter, take down or change the location of the race signs.
  6. A part of the courses runs through private and residential areas. Keep silence when crossing them.

Medical aid during the competition

  1. To ensure safety, the Organizers provide medical aid during the competition. This does not change the fact that the competitors must individually assess their capabilities, current mental and physical state and independently assess the risk of participation in the race. You are responsible for yourself and you start at your own risk.
  2. The Mountain Volunteer Rescue Service (GOPR) as well as a physician and medical rescue team are present throughout the event. Medical assistance is always available at the stations marked with the first aid symbol and on the rest of the course, medical team arrives when needed. All checkpoints have telephone communication with the race headquarters and on-call doctor.
  3. Please note that it may take a long time for rescue team to reach you. Don't wait with the phone call asking for help until it gets really serious.
  4. Medical assistance team has the right to exclude a runner from further competition. Their decision is final.
  5. If you retire from the race, you can wait for the transport provided by the Organizer, which will take you to the finish line. Of course, you can use means of transport of your supporters or call a taxi at your own expense. Organizer's buses will run according to a specific timetable, which will indicated in the Race Manual.
  6. Remember that the presence of medical staff at the competition does not release you from the obligation of providing first aid to those in need, especially you fellow runners. If you see that another competitor following the route is in trouble, ask him/her if any help is needed and report the problem by calling the phone number (+4874) 985.
  7. If you need help during the competition remember to report to the doctor after you have finished the race for the purpose of examination and exclusion of possible negative consequences.

Cut-off time

  1. Cut-offs at particular aid stations are calculated based on an assumption that a competitor who does not make the cut-off at a given point will not able to reach the finish line before the overall cut-off time for the race.
  2. Cut-offs at particular aid stations apply to the time of arrival at the aid station, not the time of leaving it. To continue the competition you must reach the aid station before the cut-off.
  3. After the cut-off, the competitor is not classified and does not participate in the remaining part of the race. In case of failure to comply with the race staff instructions, a participant may be disqualified and a ban on participation in other competitions organized by the organizers may be imposed on such person. In addition, it is not possible to continue the race without the race number, at the so-called "own responsibility" or "beyond classification".

Time measurement

Time measurement on all courses is provided by a professional external company based on timing chips supplied during registration. We ask you to take care of the chip condition throughout the race. In some places the lap times will be recorded electronically, and in some places manually - by judges. Judges present along the course will record the time by writing down the race numbers.

Course marking

  1. The courses will be marked with tapes, direction arrows, and spray chalk. Race judges will also be present along the course.
  2. The vast majority of courses lead along marked tourist trails. A turn or a change of trail will be additionally marked with distinct signs.
  3. Dangerous places, especially road crossings, will also be marked, but the participants should remember that no roads will be closed during the competition, and they MUST observe the road traffic rules.
  4. The course marking is made just before the competition and removed immediately after its end. Chalk paint is biodegradable and will disappear after the first rain (we hope not during the competition).
  5. We strongly suggest that you carry a map of the course received in the Race Office. In case of absence of signs removed or destroyed by vandals (which happens unfortunately) this may be the only way to find the right course. It is also recommended that you download the GPS track to your navigation device.
  6. If you think that any signs show incorrect direction, do not change their location by yourself! Call the phone number +48 501 609 292 and notify the chief race judge and then follow his instructions.
  7. If you get lost, go back to the last place where you saw the race signs.

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Shortening the course

  1. The organizers reserve the right to shorten the race distance or even cancel the race in case of: negative opinion of the mountain rescue service (GOPR) regarding safety, force majeure, extreme weather, risk of occurrence of events threatening life or health.
  2. Shortening, changing the course of a race or competition and canceling a race or competition after its start does not form the basis for a refund of the entry fee.

Retirement from the race

If you decide to retire from the race, you must inform the organizers about this by reporting your retirement at the checkpoint/aid station or by calling the phone number provided on the start number. After retiring, you cannot continue the race or join it again.

Retirement from the race at the aid station:

  1. Inform the aid station crew about your decision on retirement from the race;
  2. You may return to the race headquarters using our means of transport (does not apply to aid stations: A1, A2, A6, A10, A15, C1/2, and B3), however it is possible that you will have to wait several hours for the bus. Buses provided by the Organizer will arrive and depart according to the specific timetable indicated in the Race Manual. 

Retirement from the race on the course:

If you have to retire from the race while being on the trail due to injury and you need medical assistance, contact the emergency number (+4874) 985 and follow the instructions.

Remember that reaching you in some point along the course can take a long time. If you do not feel well, it is better to make the decision on withdrawal at the aid station.

Along the course, at some aid stations marked with the symbol and at the finish line, it is possible to rest in a warm room or tent. Remember, however, that the number of available places is limited. You may spend time in such place until the departure of the next bus heading to the race headquarters. Buses provided by the Organizer will arrive and depart according to the specific timetable indicated in the Race Manual.

Mandatory and recommended gear

You are required to have clothes and equipment that will provide warmth and protection against rain. Use items which you have tested during your workouts and which in your opinion will provide protection in the mountains, during heavy rain and at low temperatures (which can happen during competition). Remember that it's up to you to decide what clothes to take for the race.

Mandatory gear for the participants of Seven Summit Run, Super Trail, K-B-L, Ultra Trail:

  1. ID card or passport
  2. Mobile phone switched on for the duration of the race (with activated roaming)
  3. Safety blanket
  4. Drinking cup
  5. Wind-proof jacket
  6. Cap or a multifunctional buff-type neck warmer
  7. Headlamp (in the darkness, does not apply to the Ultra Trail race)
  8. Course map (may be uploaded to the mobile phone, provided it is switched on)
  9. Race bib + chip – provided by the race organizer

Recommended gear for the participants of Seven Summit Run, Super Trail, K-B-L, Ultra Trail races:

  • Running pack or belt for carrying the gear
  • Water bottle or hydration system with capacity of min. 1 liter
  • Cash (PLN 30)
  • Whistle
  • Trekking poles
  • GPS device with uploaded race course track
  • Casualty insurance policy

Mandatory gear for the participants of Golden Marathon and Golden Half-marathon races:

  • Mobile phone switched on for the duration of the race (with activated roaming)
  • Drinking cup or bottle (there will be no plastic disposable cups at the aid stations!)
  • Race bib + chip – provided by the race organizer
  • ID card or passport
  • Safety blanket (only Golden Marathon)

Recommended gear for the participants of Golden Marathon and Golden Half-marathon races:

  • Running pack or belt for carrying the gear
  • Cap or multifunctional buff-type neck warmer
  • Wind-proof jacket with long sleeves (hood not required)
  • Water bottle or hydration system with capacity of min. 1 liter
  • Whistle
  • GPS device with uploaded race course track
  • Course maps - provided by the race organizer
  • Casualty insurance policy

Mandatory gear for the participants of Trojak Trail race:

  • Race bib + chip – provided by the race organizer

Recommended gear for the participants of Trojak Trail race:

  • Running pack or belt for carrying the gear
  • Activated mobile phone
  • Cap or multifunctional buff-type neck warmer
  • Wind-proof jacket with long sleeves (hood not required)
  • Water bottle or hydration system with capacity of min. 0.5 liter
  • Whistle
  • Course maps - provided by the race organizer
  • Casualty insurance policy

How to attach the race bib?

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  1. If you attach the race bib incorrectly, you may be disqualified.
  2. Attach the race bib to the front of your shirt, blouse or race belt (you can receive safety pins at the Race Office).
  3. Make sure the number is fully visible and no items of clothing are covering it.
  4. Do not attach the race bib to your backpack or back.
  5. Do not attach the race bib to your pants.
  6. Do not reduce the size of the race bib, limiting it to number only.
  7. You must wear a shirt or a blouse for the duration of the race.

Drop bags (Aid stations with drop bags)

  1. When participating in the Seven Summit Run, Super Trail and K-B-L race, you may prepare a drop bag(s) with items to be used at the given stage of the race.
  2. Empty bags to be used as drop bags will be given in the Race Office during registration.
  3. Bags have a capacity of 60l.
  4. The maximum weight of a drop bag (3 separate drop bags are allowed) – 3 kg/person
  5. Remember to attach a label with your race number to your drop bag.
  6. Bags to be transported to particular aid stations have distinct colors. Make sure that you prepared the right drop bag for each of the indicated aid stations.
  7. Drop bags brought back from the aid stations may be picked up in location specified by the Race Office staff no earlier than 3 hours after the cut-off time set for the given aid station.
  8. The drop bag will only be handed over upon presentation of the race number or the ID card.
  9. Bags unclaimed until the end of the event will be forfeited.
  10. Bags will not be sent by post.
  11. Please do not place expensive items, documents, etc. in the drop bags.
  12. The organizer is not responsible for any lost drop bags.
  13. It is forbidden to place glass containers and cans with drinks in the drop bags.

Transport

  1. The Organizer does not provide transport from other places than those designated in subsection 2 of the "Retirement from the race" section.
  2. The participant who retires from the race while being between the aid stations, is obliged to get to the nearest aid station or reach the nearest point from which the organizer's buses depart. Organizer's buses will run according to the specific timetable provided in the Race Manual.
  3. The organizer reserves the right to refuse to admit a competitor to the bus if all seats are taken. The competitor is obliged to wait for the next transport of the organizer. Organizer's buses will run according to the specific timetable provided in the Race Manual. 

Prohibited actions

Competitors may be disqualified or be subject to time penalty at any stage of the race for taking the following actions:

  1. Short-cutting the route.
  2. Failure to comply with road traffic rules.
  3. Lack of mandatory gear.
  4. Littering on the race course.
  5. Using external support outside of the aid stations.
  6. Running with people who are not registered competitors for a given race.
  7. Fraud (using transportation, replacement runners, etc.).
  8. Failure to have the race bib attached in the right place.
  9. Further participation in the race after the cut-off time.
  10. Doping or using prohibited substances.
  11. Behavior contrary to fair play rules.

The time penalty range is determined by the Chief Race Judge.

For lack of any of the mandatory gear items, a time penalty of 15 minutes/item is imposed.

Time penalties add extra time to the final result of the given competitor or a competitor may be stopped by a judge before the finish line to serve a time penalty.

Aid stations and external support

  1. Drinks and food will be served at the aid stations (A1 - A15, B1 - B5, C1 / 2). Refreshments offered at particular aid stations will be specified in the description of particular races in the Race Manual.
  2. External support (by family, friends, coaches) is allowed only at the aid stations.
  3. Food and drinks at the aid stations are intended exclusively for the competitors and not for the supporters.
  4. The supporters are not allowed to accompany the competitors along the course.
  5. Any external assistance from coaches, physicians, and medical staff outside the aid stations is forbidden.

Prizes and classification of competitors

  1. In races (240km, 130km, 110km, 68km, 45km, 21km, 10km), competitors will be classified in the OPEN and OPEN Women category.
  2. In races (240km, 130km, 110km, 68km, 45km, 21km, 10km), competitors will be classified by age groups:
  • Senior I M – 20 (18-29 years of age) Senior I K – 20 (18-29 years of age) – (born in 1991 and younger)
  • Senior II M- 30 (30-39 years of age) Senior II K- 30 (30-39 years of age) – (born in 1990 – 1981)
  • Masters M – 40 (40-49 years of age) Masters K – 40 (40-49 years of age) – (born in 1980 – 1971)
  • Veteran I M- 50 (50-59 years of age) Veteran K- 50 (50-59 years of age) – (born in 1970 – 1961)
  • Veteran II M – 60 (60 –69 years of age) Veteran II K – 60 – (60 – 69 years of age) – (born in 1960 and older)
  • Additionally, the following classification will apply at the Trojak Trail 10KM race:
  • Veteran III M 70 (70 years of age and older) Veteran III K - 70 - (70 years of age and older) - (born in 1950 - and older)
  • Family Team Classification - minors with a legal guardian who will participate in the race as a team under a common name.

In the Trojak Trail race, people born in 2004 and 2003 are allowed to start (with the consent of the legal guardian). These people will be classified in the Senior I age category.

IN ROUTE GOLDEN MOUNTAINS TRAIL GTS 33KM competitors will be classified in the OPEN and OPEN Women category.

  • Open Women:  I-III financial awards, IV- VI prizes and kind
  • Open Men: I-III financial awards, IV-VI prizes and kind

IN ROUTE GOLDEN MOUNTAINS TRAIL GTS 33KM competitors will be classified by age groups:

  • Senior I M – 20 (18-29 years of age) Senior I K – 20 (18-29 years of age) – (born in 1991 and younger)
  • Senior II M- 30 (30-39 years of age) Senior II K- 30 (30-39 years of age) – (born in 1990 – 1981)
  • Masters M – 40 (40-49 years of age) Masters K – 40 (40-49 years of age) – (born in 1980 – 1971)
  • Veteran I M- 50 (50-59 years of age) Veteran K- 50 (50-59 years of age) – (born in 1970 – 1961)
  • Veteran II M – 60 (60 –69 years of age) Veteran II K – 60 – (60 – 69 years of age) – (born in 1960 and older)

FAMILY TEAM CLASSIFICATION – REGULATIONS

  1. Information about prizes can be found in the description of the given race on the website.
  2. Prize can only be given to a person present at the prize-giving ceremony - in the absence of awarded competitors the prizes will be forfeited and will not be handed out.
  3. During the competition closing ceremony a lottery with attractive prizes for all persons participating in the Festival will be organized.
  4. The competitor has the right to lodge a protest after paying a deposit of PLN 200 (EUR 50) no later than 2 hours after the end of a given race during the festival.

Final provisions

Competitors purchase casualty insurance on their own.

The organizer does not provide free accommodation.

The competitor has the right to lodge a protest after paying a deposit of PLN 200 (EUR 50) no later than 2 hours after the end of the given race during the festival. The protest is resolved by the Chief Race Judge or a person designated by him. A rejected protest will result in the loss of the deposit paid by the applicant.

The organizers of the Lower Silesian Mountain Running Festival reserve the right to change the regulations, race courses, prizes and other issues, however, they are obliged to inform all participants about such changes before the start of the event. Such messages may appear on the competition website, the official DFBG Facebook page, the race manual included in the race pack, in written and oral announcements made in the race office and at the start of the given race.

The organizer may impose time penalties or disqualify a competitor for not complying with the Race Regulations.

Medical services or the Organizer of the event may prohibit a competitor from continuing the race if there is a suspicion of a poor health condition threatening the participant's life or health. Such decision is final and indisputable.

Only Organizers are entitled to give the final and binding interpretation of these regulations.