North Shore Marathon
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Event Rules & Safety Information.

You are responsible for your own safety and enter this event at your own risk. It is important that you read the event rules and follow each of the safety guidelines of the event:
All participants must be present at the Event Safety Briefing for each and every race.
First Aid is located at the Race Headquarters.
No Spectators or supporters are allowed to follow participants at any stage of the event.
ALL New Zealand Road Rules Apply.
ALL roads are OPEN to normal traffic. There are absolutely NO Road Closures.
You must run on the footpath at all times and within the safety cones.
Do not cut any corners.
Knowing the course is your responsibility, please double check the course map.
You must listen to and obey any instructions given by Race Officials.
If you are walking or running in a group please do not walk or run more than two abreast.
Please be aware of participants passing you from behind and keep to the left.
Please seed yourself accordingly at the start.
Please ensure you have adequate and suitable clothing, Footwear must be worn, No bare torsos.
Please ensure you are physically fit and healthy enough to complete your chosen distance. If you are unsure please seek advice from a medical professional.
If you feel unwell or unfit to compete in the event we strongly advice you to withdraw immediately and seek assistance or professional advice.
If another participant is in distress immediately offer assistance and inform a Race Official.
You may not compete under another persons identity as we need to know exactly who is on course if Medical attention is required.
Single Race Entry Transfers for Full Series Entrants are not permitted.
Please report any accidents or incidents to a Race Official as soon as possible.
All forms of wheeled conveyance including but not limited to wheelchairs, bicycles, inline skates, prams/buggies, skate boards, scooters are not permitted.
No Prams, Buggies or Nordic Poles.
No pets are allowed to accompany participants on course.
Race Numbers must be worn on the front of your top at all times.
Timing Responders must be attached to your shoe laces for the entire duration of the event.
Timing Responders must be returned in good working condition after each race (for Single Race Entrants) OR after Race 6 (for Full Series Entrants). If you do not return your Timing Responder or return a damaged Timing Responder you will be charged a $20 Replacement Fee.
Timing is a service provided by the event organisers but there is no guarantee that your time will be recorded and published in the results.
Due to the risk to the individual, the use of any and all portable audio devices, including but not limited to: ipods, mp3, cellphones and walkman devices is discouraged.
The walking categories will not be judged and it would be appreciated if all walkers, walk the entire event if in the walker category. No Jogging or Running.
All participants under the age of 18 must have the consent of their parent or guardian.

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