Stafford 10K Terms and Conditions

Stafford 10K Terms and Conditions

Race start 10.30am 

Official race photographers will be present at the event. Photographs and video footage will be taken for marketing purposes as well as for participants

Headphones or earphones which go in or cover the ear are not allowed in this race. Bone conducting earphones are permitted.

Open to men and women aged 15 years and over, if under 18 parental or guardian permission is required

Places are available on a first come first served basis (max 3,000) Your entry can only be guaranteed once we have received your entry details and payment

All places are non-refundable and 2018 entries cannot be deferred to 2019 and cannot be transferred to another runner

Fast course 10 kilometres, accurately measured

All runners are expected to wear suitable footwear

Course closes at 12 noon, participants are advised not to walk around the course, pace 11 minute miles or less

This event is run under the UK Athletics rules. Licence number 2018-35209.

No charity collections are allowed along the course

Runners are not allowed to be accompanied by cyclists, with the exception of the official event lead bikes.

Technical T-shirt AND medals for all finishers

Chip timing (disposable)

Prizes for top three males and females and fastest under 21 male and female

Prizes are awarded based on gun times, not chip times

Any race packs requiring to be reissued due to loss or damage will incur a £15 fee. Race packs will not be redirected by Royal Mail, please keep your address details up to date with us at all times.

Race cancellation - Force Majeure:

For the purposes of these terms and conditions, a "Force Majeure Event" means an event beyond the reasonable control of the Organiser, including but not limited to: strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving the workforce of the organiser), failure of a utility service or transport network, act of god, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation, direction or action by a government or public authority, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, inclement weather, flood, storm or default of the Organiser or subcontractors. 

If, as a result of a Force Majeure Event, the organiser deems in its sole discretion that it is necessary to cancel, postpone or change the route and/or length of the event, the organiser shall be entitled to cancel, postpone or change the event.

If the event is cancelled, postponed in accordance with these conditions, the organiser will make reasonable endeavours to rearrange the event. 

If the event is cancelled, postponed or amended in accordance with these conditions or if the organiser breaches any of its obligations under these conditions as a result of Force Majeure Event, the organiser shall not be liable to participants for any losses incurred as a result (including as a result of its negligence). 

Terms and Conditions are correct at time of opening and are subject to change by either UK Athletics rule changes or the event organisers.