The adventure will take place at night.
Competitors will move on foot from special task to special task following a marked course.
Tasks will be physical and mental of nature.
Tasks may include a night kayak, obstacle course, golf task, memory tasks etc.
Petzl headlights will be sold at registration. R 200 and up.
Male team (two males per team).
Mixed team (one male and one female per team).
Female team (two females per team).
7 km with 6 special tasks.
The Rand Park Golf Club
See www.randparkgolfclub.co.za for directions to venue.
Start at the golf club house.
Restaurant, bar and bathrooms at venue.
Leave work, have an adventure, have supper.
RACE DATES AND TIMES
18 September 2013. Wednesday evening.
Adventure starts from 19h30. Teams leave in 5 second intervals.
Registration: 18h00 - 19h20. Arrive early.
Race briefing: 19h20
Prize giving: 21h30.
RACE ENTRY FEE
Pre-Entries - R 300 per team.
Entries on the day - R 400 per team
Entries close Sunday 15 September midnight.
No refund of entry fees
No transfer of entry to future events.
PRIZES / AWARDS
The first three teams in each category will receive product vouchers from Kinetic::
1st team - R 200 per team member.
2nd team - R150 per team member.
3rd team - R 100 per team member.
It is compulsory that competitors must each be equipped with a headlamp or torch. The stronger the light the better.
It is recommended that competitors should each be equipped with the following minimum equipment:
Trail shoes or similar shoes.
Comfortable running clothes suitable to weather conditions.
EVENT RULES & REGULATIONS
Competitors are to complete the entire event without any assistance.
Competitors are required to follow the course as designed by the Organiser.
No support members will be required. Supporters are welcome to support their competitors progress at the start/finish area.
No physical support is allowed. Any form of physical support will lead to the competitor’s disqualification.
Supporters may provide moral support.
Supporters are to have read these Standard Rules and Regulations as well as the Event Specific Rules.
No dogs allowed.
Team members must stay together at all times.
Teams can progress to next leg only after completing special task.
Any individual who tests positive for illegal substances will be barred from all events for a minimum period of two (2) years. (See www.infosource.co.za/druglist for illegal substance details.)
Any individual, male or female, will be barred from all events for life if found to have used physical violence during the course of the event.
Abusive language will not be tolerated. Persons wishing to express outrage will do so in a controlled manner.
Teams crossing the finish will be given a “line finish position”. This is pending the outcome of illegal substance test results, complaints and/or any further information coming to the organisers’ knowledge.
The first team to complete the event, having complied with all rules and regulations, will be considered the winner.
Any abuse of or disregard for instructions given by race marshals to any competitor will result in immediate disqualification.
Medical crews will be available for medical treatment and consultation.
Medical treatment is limited to basic first aid and advice. Should a competitor require advanced life support, active fluid replacement therapy (IV), the administration of any oral or intravenous drug, then that competitor, subject to the Race Director’s final decision, will be prevented from continuing with the event.
The medical crew has the authority, on confirmation of the Race Director, to withdraw a competitor from an event should the competitor’s further participation in the event possibly result in permanent injury, disability or death to the competitor.
Competitors are obliged to carry the personal medications on them. The medical crew will not be on hand to supply personal medication should the competitors concerned have failed to supply their own.
The medical crew will provide immediate emergency treatment and stabilisation. Should a competitor require transport by road or air ambulance, the cost of any transport out of the race environment will be carried by the patient
Competitors are strongly advised to take appropriate insurance against the costs of emergency evacuations and repatriation.
Complaints & Appeals
All complaints and/or queries are to be directed to the organisers and/or their Management Team.
In the event of there being discrepancies in finishing positions resulting from such reports and/or complaints, the Prize Giving will only take place after a verdict has been reached by the Race Director.
Positions announced at Prize Giving are subject to the results of illegal substance tests and any further findings brought to the attention of the organisers.
A.ny objections to positions announced at prize giving must be given immediately, once prizes has been handed over the results will be final.
Winners must be present at Prize Giving to qualify for prizes.
Any competitor wishing to appeal or complain any aspect of the event can do so. Complaints are to be received by the Race Director within 30 minutes of the competitor crossing the finish line. Complaints may only be made with firsthand knowledge. No second-hand reports will be accepted or considered. Appeals regarding decisions are to be received by the Race Director within 30 minutes of the decision.
The Event Organiser, as advised by senior marshals, will consider appeals.
Any team who has not completed the entire course will be disqualified.
Any team found to have transgressed the rules and regulations of the event and/or acting contrary to the spirit of the event will be liable for disqualification.
The Race Director may impose a disqualification or penalty taking into consideration the spirit of the event. A statement will be requested from the applicable competitor should he/she wish to explain or justify his/her actions.
Any competitor refusing to undergo testing for illegal substances will be disqualified.
Spirit of the Event
Not cheating with regard to the rules and regulations of this event and the sport.
Where one team finds another in need of medical attention – they must stop to assist.
Abiding by the rules and regulations of this event and sport.
Being eco-friendly, polite and prepared to assist a fellow man in need.
Not misleading organisers and/or marshals with inaccurate/incomplete information.
Not removing direction boards or signage of any sort.
Competitors are to adhere to the following stipulations at all times:
Picking of flowers, cutting of walking sticks and/or any damage to the natural vegetation (even though they might appear to be dead) is prohibited.
Competitors must stay off the greens at all times.
No tree, rock, etc. may be defaced in any manner.
The transgression of any of the above will render the competitor to disqualification.