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Here you can find all the essential info you need to know about the race.


Here you can find all the info you need to know about the registration.



Join us - for the very first edition of a new, late-summer mountain race!

From the organising team of the legendary Transylvania 100, the OMU Marathon will take competitors along breathtaking mountain trails to the high point of the Bucegi Mountains - Vf Omu at 2,505m. With +/- of nearly 3,000 metres, the 41km route traverses windswept plateaus, dark forests and ancient trackways before finishing at Dracula’s Castle in Bran.

In addition, the shorter distance SCARA Skyrace will climb and descend over 1,700m along its 24km, also starting and finishing at the famous Bran Castle. So, for a Transylvanian adventure to remember, join us on 17th September 2022!



GENERAL INFO



 



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1. Schedule


Wednesday December 1st 2021
- entries open
 
   Saturday August 20th 2022
- entries will be closed

  Friday September 16th 2022 - 16:00-22:00 (Sports Hall)
- kit-check & registration for all race distances
- info point
- sponsors and partners expo
 
  Saturday September 17th 2022 (Bran Castle)
- 06:00-08:00 late kit-check & registration for both races (Sports Hall)
     - 09:00 start OMU Marathon/ SCARA Skyrace (Bran Castle)
- 12:00 arrival of the first runners
- 21:00 finish of the last runners
- 21:00 prize giving ceremony (Bran Castle)
 

2. Location


registration - Sports Hall - str. Valea Grajdului 1, Bran 507025
start OMU Marathon/ SCARA Skyrace - Bran Castle - str. General Traian Mosoiu 24, Bran 507025
finish OMU Marathon/ SCARA Skyrace - Bran Castle


3. Mandatory kit


  All registered competitors must present themselves at race registration with their ID card and all the mandatory equipment
(see list below) in order to pass the kit-check.

- race number with CHIP (provided at registration)
- printed race map & resealable bag (provided at registration)
- compass (watch or mobile phone compass are accepted too)
     - whistle (provided at registration);
     - footwear suitable for high-level mountain running (road-running shoes are not acceptable);
     - headtorch plus spare batteries (not applicable for semimarathon);
     - a personal cup (min. 150 ml) for liquids at checkpoints (no disposable cups at checkpoints are provided);
     - water reservoir with a minimum capacity of 1 litre;
     - rucksack/ backpack/ vest (with fully waterproof liner or with rain cover recommended);
     - foil survival bag (recommended) or foil survival blanket;
     - waterproof jacket with hood (with taped seams recommended);
     - long-sleeved warm top (cotton excluded);
     - long legged trousers or race leggins or a combination of shorts and compression calf gaiters which covers the legs completely;
     - hat or neckwarmer or cap (warm and waterproof hat strongly recommended);
     - gloves (waterproof strongly recommended);
     - mobile phone, fully charged at start time;
     - first aid kit (crepe-sling bandage, wound bandage, 4 x adhesive plasters, 4 x safety pins);
     - emergency food - 400 kcal (2 gels or energizing bars);
     - 100 RON – Romanian currency (does not apply for 20k);

The organisers recommend competitors bring other types of clothing / equipment, which may be useful if weather conditions on the day of the race require it, information about the weather forecast and the status of the route will be provided, this information will also be sent to all competitors by email).
GPS device or watch with battery life or re-charge pack is highly recommended. 
 
All competitors must carry at all times the mandatory equipment during the race, otherwise risking penalties or disqualification (see list below). Kit checks will be made throughout the race, from start to finish.


4. Cut-off times


     Only the marathon race has cut-off times, after which competitors will not be allowed to continue along the original race course. Competitors must leave a checkpoint within the cut-off time. Cut-offs are enforced for the safety of both competitors and our officials/ volunteers on the mountain. Please respect the decision of our race officials. Any competitor who continues against official advice will be doing so under their own responsibility. We reserve the right to extend cut-off times in the event of extreme weather - this information will be given at the race-start or at checkpoints along the race route.

     Repatriation will be offered by the organizers to the nearest vehicle acces point of the following checkpoints: Malaiesti and Gutanu at the closure of the checkpoint, unless in the event of medical emergency, when the repatriation will be made as soon as possible.

OMU Marathon cut-offs: CP Tiganesti 13:00 (4h00) - CP Malaiesti 13:30 (4h30) - CP Gutanu 17:00 (8h00)


5. Supporters


Places where the supporters can see the participants:
- easy walk 1h - Muchia Grajdului near Bran Castle, Poarta
- easy hiking, 2 hrs – Malaiesti, Poiana Gaura, Gutanu (marathon only)
- supporters can find accommodation at different places on the routes – Malaiesti Cabin, Omu Cabin

     It is forbidden for spectators to accompany the participants in the race or to help them from the outside except at the check points where participants can receive food and energy drinks from spectators.
Along the route each participant must carry his own equipment and it's forbidden to receive outside help.

The organizers may penalize/ disqualify participants whose supporters do not comply with these rules.


6. Volunteers


For those who would like to become volunteers at OMU Marathon, please fill the volunteer form below or email us to: omumarathon@gmail.com with the title "Volunteer" and you'll be contacted as soon as possible.
  During the event we provide accommodation (one or two nights if needed), transport during the race, the technical SportHG race t-shirt or the technical SportHG neckwarmer and 50 RON/ day for food.
















7. Race rules

7.1 General rules

  In order to participate in one of the OMU Marathon races, all entrants must:
     - be aged 18 years old or older at the time of the race;
     - be well prepared and fully aware of the specificity, length and duration of the race;
     - have acquired a high degree of self-sufficiency in the mountains to enable them to manage the problems that may arise during the race and in particular to:
         - know how to deal with weather conditions, which can become very difficult, due to the altitude, wind, cold, fog, rain, hail, snow, in addition to night-time conditions, without any outside help;
         - know how to manage, even if located in a remote location, problems resulting from extreme fatigue (physical or mental), digestive problems, muscle or joint pain and other minor ailments.
     - be fully aware that the role of the organizers is not to help a runner overcome the afore mentioned problems and that for such activity in the mountains, personal security depends on each person's ability to adapt to the problems encountered or expected;
     - have the ability to navigate a safe mountain route using the compass, map and field information;
     - be fully aware that previous participation in other races of this kind is useful for the accumulation of mountain experience but is not sufficient;
     - arrive at the start area at least 15 minutes before their designated race start time;
     - know the rules of the race and agree to accept without reservation the terms and conditions of participation.

  The organizers reserve the right to modify elements of courses, time limits and checkpoints locations, details of which will be communicated to competitors as appropriate.
  It is a competitor's responsibility to acquire the necessary visas or permits required to visit Romania - the organizers are unable to assist beyond listing a successful applicant's name on the race entry list.  Please check the visa situation before booking your flights and race entry.

7.2 Safety, risk and conduct

  The route is unstable and unprotected, therefore there is a risk of injury and/ or death from common causes of this type of race. These include, but are not limited to: collisions with vehicles, other vehicles, rocks, trees, other objects, people, falls, slipping, physical strain injuries, storm damage, hail, lightning, storms, fires, drowning, animals, insects, reptiles, bad conditions caused by hypothermia, insolation, dehydration, altitude sickness or physical complications caused by physical effort, etc.
  Competitors accept the dangers associated with participating in this race and take on their own responsibility the risk of participating and competing under the given conditions, as well as the fact that they will be responsible for their own safety actions.

        Due to the extreme distance and remoteness of some parts of the routes, the rescues arrival may take longer than you expect (up to a few hours), so please be very careful in choosing the quality of your clothing/ equipment.  The extreme weather possibilities are why we recommend a foil survival BAG, not just a blanket.

  In view of the above, the organizers recommend that all competitors take their own protective measures, including the provision of insurance against any kind of accident that may occur during the competition (the organizers do not make any arrangements for personal insurance).

  Competitors can not be accompanied by a non-competitor and must:
     - to comply with the rules of movement and conduct in public, as certain sections of the route cross the localities or other public places that are not closed to the traffic;
     - follow the marked path that crosses the particular properties;
     - not drop litter on the route (except the checkpoints);
     - to pass through all checkpoints in the order indicated by the organizers without using shortcuts (additional monitoring points will be set up outside of those officially announced);
     - ensure that their race number has been recorded at each checkpoint;
     - not to push/ obstruct or injure another competitor, volunteer or spectator;
     - to assist and not leave any person in difficulty on the route (competitor, volunteer, spectator) until the arrival of mountain rescuers. Time compensations will be granted to those in this situation;
     - to announce by any means, at the earliest time the race officials about any accident (call the emergency number on the race number, announce the race referees from the checkpoints directly or through another competitor);
     - not to use any vehicle or other means of transport;
     - comply with the instructions of the race marshals;
     - accept the mandatory equipment check at any time of the race (start, checkpoints, finish).

7.3 Golden rule

  In the case of abandonment, competitors must notify in any way a race official (with details of the place and time of abandonment, health condition, etc.). Competitors may be liable for the costs of a search caused by their failure to notify a race official or race HQ.

7.4 Registration

  Entries are completed by filling in the online entry form in the Registration section of the website, with competitors being responsible for the correctness of the data provided.

  Entries will be confirmed after payment of the contribution online by credit/ debit card and will be validated after checking the previous competition experience. Your name will appear on the entry lists only after the entry payment is processed (in some cases it can take up to 2-3 working days to be processed, if you are having problems with the payment please contact us at omumarathon@gmail.com).

  Entries are conditional, for both races, on previous race experience, as follows:
     - have completed a minimum 20 kilometers trail running race with at least 1000 metres elevation gain.

  Road running (asphalt) events will not be taking into consideration as previous competition experience. Due to the current situation regarding the new coronavirus, we also accept training links from your personal Garmin, Strava account or any other similar applications.

  Those who do not qualify due to their previous competition experience will be refunded the registration contribution minus 10 euro.

7.5 Material/ services included with the registration

     - printed technical SportHG race t-shirt with the race logo (only for the confirmed, paid entries until July 1st 2022);
     - printed technical SportHG race neckwarmers with the race logo (for entries after July 1st 2022);
    - race medal for all finishers within time limits;
     - printed race map & resealable bag;
     - race number with CHIP;
     - whistle;
     - Bucegi National Park tax;
     - Salvamont (Mountain Rescue Team) assistance;
     - Ambulance assistance;
    - main feed stations with food/ drinks;
     - minor aid stations with snacks/ drinks;
     - pizza/ snacks at the finish line;
     - marked course (combination of event markers and existing trail markings);
     - reflective tape and flashing lights for night sections;
     - GPS tracks;
     - live timing;
     - online ranking and diploma;
     - repatriation (to Start/ Finish);
     - marshalling and First Aid checkpoints along the routes;
     - prizes in all categories (first three places);
     - trophy and free entry for the next OMU Marathon event for all category winners;

Due to logistical order deadlines, entries received after July 1st 2022 will not receive a SportHG technical t-shirt -  these will be replaced with technical SportHG neckwarmers. Also, the t-shirt size received in the participation kit can differ from the one selected in the entry form.

7.6 Entry Contribution

OMU Marathon  -  40 eur (until February 1st
 2022, 50 eur after)
SCARA Skyrace  -  36 eur (until February 1st 2022, 45 eur after)

7.7 Registration cancellation and refunds

  Any cancellation of a registration must be made in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form. No withdrawal is registered by telephone. The refund of the contribution paid at registration will be made to the bank account associated to the payment card used at the time of registering, under the following conditions:
     - the contribution paid at registration minus 10 euro will be made only before July 1st 2022, 24:00 hrs;
     - no refunds of the contribution paid at registration will be made after July 1st 2022, 24:00 hrs.

   The deferral of a registration can be made only before July  1st 2022, 24:00 hrs by email to omumarathon@gmail.com and only for the next year's event of OMU Marathon.

7.8 Entry transfer

  The entry transfer to someone else can be made in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form. No entry transfer can be made by telephone. The interested person will have to fill their details in the entry form on our website without the payment process and will get the confirmation after paying a contribution of 5 euro (a payment link will be sent via email).

  The entry transfer can be made only before entries closure, on August 20th 2022. After that date, the entry transfer is no longer possible.

If the entry transfer is made after July 1st 2022 the competitor will receive the type and t-shirt size filled in the entry form by the initial entrant.

7.9 Course change

  Competitors, who for various reasons want to change the race distance, can do it in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form - free of charge for switching to a shorter race or by paying the entry contribution difference for switching to a longer race (a payment link will be sent via email). No course change can be made by telephone.

  The course change to a longer/ shorter race can be made before entries closure, on August 20th 2022.
The course change to a shorter race can be made during the race, after a race marshal has been notified, at the following checkpoint:
        - from OMU Marathon to SCARA Skyrace at CP Tiganesti.
  The course change to a longer race can not be made during the race due to the safety aspects involved such as the mandatory equipment and the compulsory previous competition experience and can get you a disqualification.

Those who opt to change during the race will not be eligible for the podium.

7.10 Participation kit

   The participation kit must be collected by the registered competitor at the registration on the schedule presented above. The participation kit can be collected after the mandatory kit check and only by presenting an ID card.
   In case the registered competitor can not participate in the event and without canceling the registration, the registered competitor may authorize someone else to collect  the participation kit by presenting an ID copy or photo of the registered competitor.

If someone else collects your participation kit, the race number with CHIP will be removed from the kit.

  The organizers are unable to send the participation kit to competitors that don't show up at the registration, or nominate a representative.

7.11 Categories

OMU Marathon - individual male/ female - senior (18-39 years), veteran (40+ years)
SCARA Skyrace - individual male/ female - senior (18-39 years), veteran (40+ years)

7.12 Entry limits

OMU Marathon - 500 competitors
SCARA Skyrace - 300 competitors

7.13 Elite Runners

   In regard of justified recognition for athletes of a high calibre and for fair management of registration, we reserve places for elite athletes, who request a place, according to precise criteria based on their general ITRA performance index data. All registration requests must be sent by email to omumarathon@gmail.com before entries closure on August 20th 2022.

   Free registration for athletes with over:
Men -  800 ITRA general performance index;
Female - 670 ITRA general performance index.

7.14 Prizes

   All our races will be won by the competitors who earn the lowest time at the end of the race, added the appropriate penalties, if any. Only the competitors who pass through all the check points within the stipulated cut-off times shall be classified.
   Prizes in all our races for the first three places in each category will be given to the winners only by presenting an ID card at the prize-giving ceremony. The presence of the winners is mandatory at the prize-giving ceremony.
   The organizers reserve the right to not send the prizes via courier/ post for the winners that don't show up at the prize-giving ceremony or nominate a representative.

7.15 Mandatory kit

All registered competitors must present themselves at race registration with their ID card and all the mandatory equipment (see list below) in order to pass the kit-check.
- race number with CHIP (provided at registration)
- printed race map & resealable bag (provided at registration)
- compass (watch or mobile phone compass are accepted too)    
- whistle (provided at registration);    
- footwear suitable for high-level mountain running (road-running shoes are not acceptable);    
- headtorch plus spare batteries (not applicable for semimarathon);     
- a personal cup (min. 150 ml) for liquids at checkpoints (no disposable cups at checkpoints are provided);    
- water reservoir with a minimum capacity of 1 litre;    
- rucksack/ backpack/ vest (with fully waterproof liner or with rain cover recommended);    
- foil survival bag (recommended) or foil survival blanket;    
- waterproof jacket with hood (with taped seams recommended);    
- long-sleeved warm top (cotton excluded);    
- long legged trousers or race leggins or a combination of shorts and compression calf gaiters which covers the legs completely;    
- hat or neckwarmer or cap (warm and waterproof hat strongly recommended);    
- gloves (waterproof strongly recommended);    
- mobile phone, fully charged at start time;    
- first aid kit (crepe-sling bandage, wound bandage, 4 x adhesive plasters, 4 x safety pins);    
- emergency food - 400 kcal (2 gels or energizing bars);    
- 100 RON – Romanian currency (does not apply for 20k);

The organisers recommend competitors bring other types of clothing / equipment, which may be useful if weather conditions on the day of the race require it, information about the weather forecast and the status of the route will be provided, this information will also be sent to all competitors by email).
GPS device or watch with battery life or re-charge pack is highly recommended.

  All competitors must carry at all times the mandatory equipment during the race, otherwise risking penalties or disqualification (see list below). Kit checks will be made throughout the race, from start to finish.

7.16 Race number
 
  Must be worn on the chest, on the stomach or on the thigh and be fully visible throughout the race, so it must be fit over any clothing. It is not allowed to wear it on the back. It's each competitor's responsability to have their race number recorded through all the checkpoints on the routes otherwise risking disqualification.
  No ID card or mandatory equipment at registration = no race number. No exceptions under any circumstances.

7.17 Penalties - Disqualification

  Disqualification for:
     - refusal to have their kit checked by race staff;
     - lacking of one of the following items:
        - footwear suitable for high-level mountain running (road-running shoes are not acceptable);
        - rucksack/ backpack/ vest (with fully waterproof liner or with rain cover recommended);
        - water reservoir with a minimum capacity of 1 litre;
        - waterproof jacket with hood (with taped seams recommended);
        - mobile phone, fully charged at start time;
        - foil survival bag (recommended) or foil survival blanket;
     - drop litter on the route;
     - the use of a motorized, vehicular or wheeled transport;
     - the refusal to assist a fellow competitor in difficulty;
     - receiving external assistance in relation to pacing, carrying equipment or route-finding;
     - the refusal to follow a race marshal indications;
     - sharing the race number to another person not enrolled in the race;
     - following shortcuts on other marked or unmarked routes;
     - continue the race from a checkpoint after the announced cut-off time.
 
   Penalties:
  15 minutes, in situ, for:
     - wearing the race number inappropriately.

  30 minutes, in situ, for lacking of one of the following items:
     - hat or neckwarmer or cap (warm and waterproof hat strongly recommended);
     - gloves (waterproof strongly recommended);
     - long-sleeved warm top (cotton excluded);
     - whistle;
     - compass (watch or mobile phone compass are accepted too).

   According to the race directors' decision for:
     - absence of the race number chip;
     - absence of passage through a checkpoint.

   Temporary ban for:
     - inappropriate behavior or insults to the organizing team, staff members or other competitors will not be tolerated and will be sanctioned with a temporary ban from our races according to the race directors' decision.

7.18 Terms and conditions

  By enrolling in the race, competitors agree and accept unreservedly the rules and terms and conditions of their participation in this race, with online registration as well as by signing the disclaimer at the time of registration of the race.
  Competitors accept the dangers associated with participating in this race and take on their own responsibility the risk of participating and competing under the given conditions and the fact that they alone will be responsible for their own safety actions.
  By doing so, competitors understand and agree that the organizers will not be responsible for any injury, accident, loss or damage suffered by them or property belonging to them that may occur before, during and/ or after the race as well as consequence of their participation in this event.

7.19 Copyright and data protection

  Once registered, competitors agree to renounce copyright on photographic materials, films, etc. during the race, and agree to their use by the organisers in the media, the online environment, etc.
  Competitors agree that the organizers reproduce their name, surname, race data (race, ranking, category, time) and their image for sports results and advertising purposes.
  Any non-personal communication about the event or use of photographs of the event must be made respecting the name of the event, the trademarks and with the official agreement of the organisation.

7.20 Processing of personal data

   The personal data you provide us is collected and processed by the personal data operator, Asociația Transilvania 100. Personal data is also processed by third parties called Partners, respectively the www.42km.ro platform for the registration of participants, www.cronometraj.ro for the event timing system, www.mobilpay.ro for online payment services by card.
For the privacy policy of each Partner, see its website.

   For us the security and privacy of your personal data is of significant importance. As such, we will take the necessary steps to ensure the security and confidentiality of processed personal data and to process personal data in accordance with the applicable legal regulation and solely for the purposes specified below.

   The personal data we process in order to register and participate in the OMU Marathon competition are the following:
     - identification data: full name, date of birth, country of origin, city of residence;
     - contact details: email address, personal telephone number and emergency telephone number;
     - personal data: t-shirt size and previous experience;
     - photo/ video materials made during the event and its actions.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



REGISTRATION




 

1. Entry form


Entries are completed by filling in the online entry form in the Registration section of the website, with competitors being responsible for the correctness of the data provided. 

Entries will be confirmed after payment of the contribution online by credit/ debit card and will be validated after checking the previous competition experience. Your name will appear on the entry lists only after the entry payment is processed (in some cases it can take up to 2-3 working days to be processed, if you are having problems with the payment please contact us at omumarathon@gmail.com). 

Entries are conditional, for both races, on previous race experience, as follows:    
- have completed a minimum 20 kilometers trail running race with at least 1000 metres elevation gain. 

Road running (asphalt) events will not be taking into consideration as previous competition experience. Due to the current situation regarding the new coronavirus, we also accept training links from your personal Garmin, Strava account or any other similar applications. 

Those who do not qualify due to their previous competition experience will be refunded the registration contribution minus 10 euro.


2. Participation kit


The participation kit must be collected by the registered competitor at the registration on the schedule presented above. The participation kit can be collected after the mandatory kit check and only by presenting an ID card.   
In case the registered competitor can not participate in the event and without canceling the registration, the registered competitor may authorize someone else to collect  the participation kit by presenting an ID copy or photo of the registered competitor.

If someone else collects your participation kit, the race number with CHIP will be removed from the kit. 

The organizers are unable to send the participation kit to competitors that don't show up at the registration, or nominate a representative.

2.1 Material/ services included with the registration

     - printed technical SportHG race t-shirt with the race logo (only for the confirmed, paid entries until July 1st 2022);     
- printed technical SportHG race neckwarmers with the race logo (for entries after July 1st 2022);   
- race medal for all finishers within time limits;    
- printed race map & resealable bag;    
- race number with CHIP;    
- whistle;    
- Bucegi National Park tax;    
- Salvamont (Mountain Rescue Team) assistance;    
- Ambulance assistance;   
- main feed stations with food/ drinks;    
- minor aid stations with snacks/ drinks;    
- pizza/ snacks at the finish line;     
- marked course (combination of event markers and existing trail markings);     
- reflective tape and flashing lights for night sections;     
- GPS tracks;     
- live timing;     
- online ranking and diploma;     
- repatriation (to Start/ Finish);     
- marshalling and First Aid checkpoints along the routes;     
- prizes in all categories (first three places);     
- trophy and free entry for the next OMU Marathon event for all category winners;

Due to logistical order deadlines, entries received after July 1st 2022 will not receive a SportHG technical t-shirt -  these will be replaced with technical SportHG neckwarmers. Also, the t-shirt size received in the participation kit can differ from the one selected in the entry form.


3. Entry contribution


OMU Marathon  -  40 eur (until February 1st 2022, 50 
eur after)
SCARA Skyrace  -  36 eur (until February 1st 2022, 45 eur after) 


4. Refunds


Any cancellation of a registration must be made in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form. No withdrawal is registered by telephone. The refund of the contribution paid at registration will be made to the bank account associated to the payment card used at the time of registering, under the following conditions:    
- the contribution paid at registration minus 10 euro will be made only before July 1st 2022, 24:00 hrs;    
- no refunds of the contribution paid at registration will be made after July 1st 2022, 24:00 hrs.   

The deferral of a registration can be made only before July  1st 2022, 24:00 hrs by email to omumarathon@gmail.com and only for the next year's event of OMU Marathon.


5. Entry transfer


The entry transfer to someone else can be made in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form. No entry transfer can be made by telephone. The interested person will have to fill their details in the entry form on our website without the payment process and will get the confirmation after paying a contribution of 5 euro (a payment link will be sent via email). 

The entry transfer can be made only before entries closure, on August 20th 2022. After that date, the entry transfer is no longer possible.

If the entry transfer is made after July 1st 2022 the competitor will receive the type and t-shirt size filled in the entry form by the initial entrant.


5.1 Course change


Competitors, who for various reasons want to change the race distance, can do it in writing by email to omumarathon@gmail.com from the same email address filled in the entry form - free of charge for switching to a shorter race or by paying the entry contribution difference for switching to a longer race (a payment link will be sent via email). No course change can be made by telephone. 

The course change to a longer/ shorter race can be made before entries closure, on August 20th 2022.The course change to a shorter race can be made during the race, after a race marshal has been notified, at the following checkpoint:       
- from OMU Marathon to SCARA Skyrace at CP Tiganesti. 
The course change to a longer race can not be made during the race due to the safety aspects involved such as the mandatory equipment and the compulsory previous competition experience and can get you a disqualification.

Those who opt to change during the race will not be eligible for the podium. 


6. Categories


OMU Marathon - individual male/ female - senior (18-39 years), veteran (40+ years)
SCARA Skyrace - individual male/ female - senior (18-39 years), veteran (40+ years)


7. Entry limits


OMU Marathon - 500 competitors
SCARA Skyrace - 300 competitors