“I have read and understand the safety information regarding this event and understand that I participate in this event at my own risk. I hereby attest and verify that I am physically fit and have sufficiently trained for and reviewed the course descriptions and difficulty ratings of the event that I have chosen to enter. I agree to comply with the rules and directions of event officials and their personnel. I hereby allow the use of my name and image to be used in the media and for marketing purposes.
I understand and accept that my details will be added to the Total Sport event database and I will be contacted from time to time in regards to upcoming events and promotions. I understand that my details will never be distributed to a third party. I hereby agree that in the case of event cancellation due to extreme inclement weather (at the discretion of event officials), my entry fee shall be non‐refundable. I hereby acknowledge this risk disclosure, release and indemnity discharge all persons, corporations, associations and bodies involved or otherwise engaged in promoting or staging the event and their servants, agents, representatives, officers and employees.
This includes but is not limited to the various committees, members, and employees of all independent contracted suppliers to the event, local councils, cities and districts and their respective officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, representatives, agents, volunteers, event organisers and sponsors whether or not the loss, injury or damage is attributed to the act or neglect of any or more of them.
I agree to disclose any personal medical conditions which may affect staff, myself or other participants at a Total Sport event. I agree to disclose any specific patient details and/or relevant medical information when treated by a Total Sport staff member or Event Medic for an accident, for the purpose of continual improvement of the Safety Management System. The Privacy Act (1992) prevents Total Sport from releasing specific patient details, without patient consent.”
Sufficient preparation to complete your chosen event
Ability to follow course marking
Must carry any required gear with you
Appropriate experience for the event you are competing in (see course ratings)
Read all course and safety information prior to participating
(The ratings below are the minimum experience level required to participant in each specific event)
6km run/walk – First time
11km run/walk – First time
24km adventure run – Intermediate
42km run – Intermediate
48km Mountain Bike – Intermediate
All participants must follow the course marking signs and instructions, this is your responsibility.
Participants are not allowed to go off course routes. Should you wish to withdraw you must notify an event official e.g. marshal or course crew and await instructions.
On completing the event you must cross the finish line as the timing transponder records you as finishing – this is used as a safety check for participants.
Participants who require any personal medication or disability assistance devices while participating must carry those items. This is your responsibility.
You must wear your event number on your front so it is visible at all times.
You must wear your timing transponder correctly at all times, on your shoes, around your ankle or on the fork of your bike for mountain bikers.
NO LITTERING please
When over taking other runners/walker you must signal to them that you are attempting to pass. Pass on the right.
You must respect and treat fellow participants with care. Be friends out there.
If you are entered in a walk event you must walk only
Leave gates as you found them
Inclement weather – Heat/Cold
Personal injury and individual physical condition
Natural hazards e.g. rough surfaces, livestock, (Long and S/Long) slippery rock, ocean and unstable cliffs
Manmade hazards e.g. stairs, fences, bridges, gates
Should you encounter an incident on course, please follow these steps:
STOP – do not place yourself in danger
Try to communicate with the person
Assist with basic first aid if you are capable and can do so safely
Send the next participant through to notify the next event official of the situation and location of the incident e.g. two bikers collided, 4km back on the trail, one requires assistance to a sore arm.
Stop the next participant and request assistance if required.
Incident reporting form