Art.1- The association “Les 20 km de la Côte de Granit Rose” organizes the following foot races on the fourth Sunday of July: 20 km, 10 km and 6 km (the latter without timing or classification ).
Art.2- The 10 km and 20 km courses, calibrated using the calibrated bicycle method, comply with the IAAF rules and the national regulations of the off-stadium racing charter FFA.
Art.3- All races are open to licensees and non-licensees. Any athlete with a license from the French Athletics Federation, or an affinity licensee (FSGT, UFOLEP, FSCF) with mention athletics, or Pass J’Aime Courir must provide the registration with a photocopy of this document dating from less than three years on the date of the race. Licensees in any other discipline and non-licensees must provide a medical certificate (original or photocopy) of no counter-indication to the practice of running in competition, dating from less than one year on the date of the race. (provision not applicable to the 6 km Cancer Run/Walk). It is expressly reminded that competitors take part in the race under their own responsibility. Runners under the age of 18 must present parental authorization.
Disabled runners can participate in the event under conditions to be specified with the race direction given the difficult passages (sandy path, etc.) by the sea.
Art.4- The organizers are covered by civil liability insurance. Licensees benefit from the guarantees granted by the insurance linked to their license. It falls upon the other participants to personally insure themselves.
Art.5- The amount of the registration is indicated in the “Course – Rates” section of the site.
Art.6- A registration cannot be registered if the form is not accompanied by the required documents and payment of the registration fee. For registered registrations, our website shows the names of the corresponding runners.
Art.7- For a good organization, registrations are closed the Saturday before the race.
Art.8- The bibs are handed over according to the procedures described in the section “Registration – Handover of bibs”.
Art.9- Any athlete participating in one of the events must wear the official bib provided to him by the organization. This cannot be folded or modified.
Art.10- The departure times for the various races are available in the corresponding sections of the 20 km of the Côte de Granit Rose website.
Art.11- The time limit for 20 km runners is 2 hours 30 minutes. Beyond this time, the safety of the competitors still on the course cannot be ensured, the competitors are automatically placed out of the race. The same is true for competitors exceeding 1 hour 15 minutes halfway.
Art.12- Refueling stations are set up at: 5th km, 10th km, 15th km and after the finish line.
Art.13- Panels mark every kilometer with vertical markings and markings on the ground.
Art.14- In application of the FFA regulations, accompanying, in particular by bicycle or rollerblade, is prohibited under penalty of disqualification of the runner.
Art.15- Medical assistance is provided on the course and at the finish. The medical services are empowered to disqualify any competitor considered unfit to continue the competition.
Art.16- Each age category gives rise to a separate classification (groupings may occur for the "Masters" categories), in accordance with FFA regulations (provision not applicable to the 6 km race/walk). Controls are carried out during the races, in order to ensure the perfect regularity of the races.
Art.17- Cups and prizes are only distributed to competitors present at the awards ceremony. The bonuses of the price grid, reserved for the 20 km classification, are paid exclusively by check given personally to each competitor designated by the classification and drawn up in his name.
Art.18- The prizes cannot be combined. If a competitor can claim two prizes, it is up to him to choose one of them. This choice does not result in a shift in the price grid.
Art.19- Unclaimed cups and prizes are however kept available to competitors at the ASPTT secretariat, during working hours, during the only week following the event.
Art.20- In the case of force majeure, natural disaster or any other circumstance endangering the safety of the competitors, the organization reserves the right to cancel one or the other, or even the all the races, without enabling the competitors to claim any reimbursement.
Art.21- Any competitor acknowledges having read these rules and accepts the clauses without reservation.
Art.22- CNIL: In accordance with the Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, competitors have the right to access and rectify information concerning them. Unless they object, their contact details may be passed on to outside organizations.
Art.23- Image rights: any runner to whom a bib is allocated, authorizes the organizers as well as their rights holders such as partners and media, to use fixed or audiovisual images taken during their participation in the event, on any medium, including promotional or advertising documents, worldwide and for the duration provided for by law, regulations, treaties in force, including for any extensions that may be made to this duration.
Art.24- In case of withdrawal, no refund for any reason whatsoever will be made.