There is no requirement to have completed any other particular event in order to participate in the Bldj100. You do, however, need to be an experienced trail runner and must be sufficiently skilled and trained to undertake the event. You must also have the ability to deal with difficult climatic conditions, including strong winds, low temperatures and heavy rainfall. Ensure that you are in good health and that you do not have any illness that will hinder your ability to complete the event. It is your responsibility to monitor your health and condition during the event and to withdraw from the event if you are no longer fit enough to continue.
Ages 18 or older (born on or before 30 Dec 1999) in 100KM and 50KM;
Runners who has following disease are not recommended to participate the race and all the participants are at own risk:
Congenital or rheumatic heart disease;
Hypertension or cerebrovascular disease;
Myocarditis and other heart disease;
Coronary artery disease and serious arrhythmia;
Any other diseases which can aggravated by running
(In addition to information provided by the runner in the Run application"s medical questionnaire, each runner must fully disclose to medical personnel at the pre-Run check-in any changes to existing medical conditions and all prescription medications being taken.)
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to accept or refuse entry for any reason.
The registration fee is non-negotiable and non-refundable once paid.
Runners got caught breaching competition rules as noted below will be disqualified immediately and will not receive race result:
Refuse to stop the race and be collected when passing the cut-off time
Refusing to follow the competition rules and guidelines;
Please respect the natural beauty of our trails and the right of everyone to enjoy them. )
Destroy vegetation, wildlife and their living environment
Vandalize natural features.
feed wild animals
Disrespect the race organizing committee;
Not step on along designed course or run short-cuts;
Runners must protect countryside and preserve natural landscapes
Respect other visitors and keep the noise down
Each runner’s official run number must be worn prominently on the front of the body and must be easily visible at all times.
Any runner who is unable to finish the Run must personally inform the aid station captain of the nearest checkpoint of his decision to withdraw.
Runners crossing the finish line after the cutoff time will not be listed as official finishers.
Pacers and support runners are strictly prohibited.
Runners must follow the marked trail at all times. Any runner departing from the official trail must return to the point of departure on foot before continuing.
Each runner must complete the entire course under his own power.
Runners must carry the mandatory gear at all times during the event. Any participant without the mandatory gear will incur a penalty ranging from a time penalty to disqualification based on the severity of the breach.
Smoking is not permitted at any of the checkpoints or along the trail.
Don’t throw away burning matches or cigarette ends
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