Règlement de l'UTNC 130 et des autres courses du Trail Festival 2019

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Les traces des différentes courses sont disponibles sous https://tracedetrail.fr

l'UTNC 130 et l'Ultra trail Endurance Shop donnent des points ITRA et l'UTNC 130 est une course qualificative pour l'UTMB

 

Tarifs des courses du Trail Festival 2019

 

 

Prévente

Normal

Dernière Minute

Octobre - Janvier

Février - Avril

Mai

UTNC 130 km

17 000 XPF *

20 000 XPF *

25 000 XPF

Ultra Trail Endurance Shop 70

9 000 XPF *

12 000 XPF *

15 000 XPF

Trail Aircalin 30 km

4 000 XPF

5 000 XPF

6 000 XPF

Trail Négandi 18

2 000 XPF

3 000 XPF

4 000 XPF

Rando 5 km

1 500 XPF

1 000 XPF

1 500 XPF

 T-Shirt

1 500 XPF

1 500 XPF

 

* : T-shirt souvenir inclus. Attention non disponible pour les inscriptions après le 30 Avril

 

Les inscriptions seront closes et non remboursables après de 1er Juin à minuit.

Le remboursement est possible sur présentation d'un certificat médical avant le 1er Juin, remboursement de l'inscription moins 3 500 XPF de frais d'organisation.

Les inscriptions à l'Ultra Trail Endurance Shop 70, et au Trail Aircalin 30 inclues le transport en navette entre le village du Trail Festival à Plum et la ligne de départ ; les boissons sur les PC et un repas chaud à l'arrivée.

Le commité d'organisation se réserve le droit de refuser des inscriptions sans justification.

 

Conditions de participation :

  • Pour participer à l'UTNC 130, il est nécessaire :

Que le participant ait fini en 2017 ou 2018 une course rapportant au moins 75 points ( par exemple un Trail de 50 km avec 2 500m de dénivelé positif, calculés telque : 50 + 25 = 75 points).

Que le participant soit âgé d'au moins 20 ans en 2019.

  • Pour participer à l'Ultra Trail Endurance Shop 70, il est nécessaire :

Que le participant ait fini en 2017 ou 2018 une course rapportant au moins 55 points ( par exemple un Trail de 40 km avec 1 500m de dénivelé positif, calculés tel que : 40 + 15 = 55 points).

Que le participant soit âgé d'au moins 20 ans en 2019.

  • Pour participer au Trail Aircalin 30, il est nécessaire :

Que le participant soit âgé d'au moins 18 ans en 2019.

 

  • Pour participer à toutes les courses : UTNC 130, Trail Endurance Shop 70 : il est nécessaire d'avoir un certificat médical spécifique ainsi qu'une décharge. Pour le Trail Aircalin 30 et Trail Negandi 18 un simple certificat médical de non contre indication de la pratique de la course à pied en compétition de moins d'un an ou une licence de pratique de la course à pied (FFA, FFCO, FFTRI) à jour.

 

Équipement obligatoire et recommandé 

  • Pour l'UTNC 130 et l’Ultra Trail Endurance Shop 70 :

Tous les participants sont tenus d'avoir en permanence avec eux pendant toute la course, les équipements obligatoires suivant :

·         Un téléphone portable chargé et allumé entre les pc (ne pas oublier de partir avec une batterie chargée), le numéro doit être celui fournit à l'inscription.

·         Le dossard porté sur le devant du tee-shirt

·         Une réserve d'eau de minimum 1,5 litre

·         Une couverture de survie de 1,40m sur 2m

·         Une lampe frontale ou torche avec piles ou batterie de rechange

·         Une bande élastique adhésive permettant de faire un bandage ou un strapping (largeur 6 à 8 cm) NEUVE et ENTIERE

·         Une réserve alimentaire suffisante pour relier les points de ravitaillement

·         Un vêtement de pluie imperméable avec capuche et coutures thermo-soudées

·         Un vêtement chaud type « seconde peau » à manches longues en tissu technique adapté à l’environnement

·         Une casquette ou un bandana ou un buff

·         Un sifflet

·         Un gobelet réutilisable (pas de gobelet en plastique sur les pc)

 

  • For the Trail 30 K:

Tous les participants sont tenus d'avoir en permanence avec eux pendant toute la course, les équipements obligatoires suivant :

·         Le dossard porté sur le devant du tee-shirt

·         Une réserve d'eau de minimum 1,5 litre

·         Une couverture de survie de 1,40m sur 2m

·         Une bande élastique adhésive permettant de faire un bandage ou un strapping (largeur 6 à 8 cm) NEUVE et ENTIERE

·         Une réserve alimentaire suffisante pour relier les points de ravitaillement

·         Un vêtement de pluie imperméable avec capuche et coutures thermo-soudées

·         Une casquette ou un bandana ou un buff

·         Un sifflet

·         Un gobelet réutilisable (pas de gobelet en plastique sur les pc)

 

Le matériel obligatoire ci-dessus est un minimum vital, et nous ne pouvons que vous conseiller de rajouter :

– Un kit médical avec crème anti-friction, stéri-strip et lingettes désinfectantes.

– Une seconde lampe frontale

– Des battons

– Le Roadbook ou une trace GPX du parcours chargée sur le téléphone ou la montre

– Une paire de chaussettes de rechange

– De la crème solaire

– Des vêtements chauds de rechange

Vérification d'une partie du matériel au départ puis de tout le matériel à un pc choisi par l’organisation pendant la course.

Si le coureur emporte des bâtons, ce sera pour toute la durée de la course, il sera interdit de les laisser à un pc, même brisés...

 

5 / Heures de départ et durées maximum de course :  

·         Pour l'UTNC 130 :

Heure de départ : 4h30 de PLUM

Il y aura 4 barrières horaires, calculées sur une moyenne de 3,7 km/h, seront à respecter : PC3 Dalmates : 11h30 / PC6 Scout : 20h30 / PC8 Madeleine : 3h30 / PC9 Capture : 5h30.

Temps de course maximal de 35h30 - Les organisateurs mettront immédiatement hors course toute personne ne respectant pas ces dispositions de sécurité.Dernières arrivées possibles à 16h le dimanche 9 juin 2019.th of June.

 

·         Pour l'Ultra Trail Endurance shop :

Heure de départ : 6h30 du campement des Scouts

Il y aura 3 barrières horaires, calculées sur une moyenne de 3,7 km/h, seront à respecter : PC2 Madeleine : midi / PC3 Capture : 14h / PC5 Pirogues : 21h.

 

 

Distribution des dossards : La distribution des dossards aura lieu au magasin Endurance shop à l'Anse Vata. Le dossard doit être porté de manière visible, apposé de face à la ceinture ou sur le tee-shirt et non sur le sac.

 

Transports et camping : Merci de favoriser le covoiturage, afin de limiter au maximum le nombre de voitures. Une vingtaine de places en dortoir et une zone de camping seront prévus par l’organisation sur le site d’arrivée de Plum, afin de permettre à ceux qui le souhaitent de se reposer avant de reprendre votre véhicule. L’organisation ne peut que vous conseiller fortement de vous reposer avant de rentrer chez vous ou de vous faire récupérer par famille et amis.

 

Ravitaillements : This is a semi self-sufficient race, that means participant must be autonomous between two check points either on food, drink or garment. And to be fully aware that the wellbeing of the participants depends above all else on the runners themselves, and their ability to adapt to problems both seen or unforeseen, and to be semi self-sufficient.

Aids station will be available at check points with food and drink. Participants must ensure before leaving the aid station that they carry enough food and drink to reach the next aid station. All food provided at the aid station must be consumed at that moment to avoid spoilage of the nature.

No personal assistance will be allowed for participant 100m outside the aid station point. It is strictly forbidden for participant to have support from anyone not participating, along the track outside the aid station point. Spectators point are not aid station point.

Drop bag will be available at 70 KM CP CAMP DES SCOUTS. The drop bag sticker will be provided at registration with the bid number. The sticker as to be on the drop bag. The drop bag is 20L maximum. The drop bag will be available on finish after closure of CP Sunday morning and must be collected at last 2h after race closure. Non-collected bag will be destroyed.

 

9 / Prize ceremony:

·         The prize ceremony for the UTNC130K will be held at Mont Dore Council Faré on Monday 10th of June at 6:30pm with all supporting crew.

·         The prize ceremony for the Endurance Shop Ultra Trail 70K will be help at the Plum Festival site on Sunday 9th of June at 2:00pm

·         The prize ceremony for the Trail 30K will be held at Plum Festival site on Satuday 8th of June at 2:00pm

Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd fastest mem and women and to the 1st men and women in each age division.

A lucky draw including all participants with many give away including airline ticket.

 

10 / Race course modifications, modifications of time limits or race cancellation: The organization reserves the right to modify at any time and without advanced notice the race route and/or aid station point and/or first aid locations and/or time limits. In case of unfavourable weather conditions (large amounts of rain, or risk of extreme storms…), the start may be delayed, the race could be reduced in length or the race can be cancelled.

In times of extreme weather conditions, and/or for safety reasons, the organization reserves the right to suspend, discontinue or change the route of the race course or to modify the time limits. Every decision will be made by the jury of the race.

In case of force majeure as defined in civil law article 1148, the organizer could cancel the race without any refund, but will do what is possible to postpone the race to a different date.

 

11 / Security, race withdrawal and medical assistance: Check Point and/or aid station will be along the racecourse. All participants have to go to the check point, with random mandatory equipment checkpoints.

Except in cases of serious injury, a competitor must exit the competition only at the designated check points after and must provide their race bid number to the checkpoint staff or course marshals and ensure that the course marshal have taken it.

In case of race withdrawal, the participant must take care himself of the return to his car. Organization will only help you to reach the main road. Having exited the race and retired their race bib, runners who have quit the race are no longer under the control of the organization. Failure to notify a withdrawal from the race can initiate search and rescue, and the resultant expenses will be charged to the competitor who failed to notify the organization of their departure.

Medical assistance: a multi-disciplinary medical team setup by organization will be available during the race to assist runners during the race. This team will take care of runners at aid stations designated in the road book. The team will advise race director or deputy in case of participant not in condition to finish the race and the race director will decide to keep or not the participant in the race.

Medical assistance on aid stations are only for runners in difficulty. Each runner in difficulty or injured must notify medical assistance by:

·         Going to the medical point.

·         Calling the medical assistance on the security phone number on the bid.

·         Asking another participant to call for help.

Each participant must help anyone in difficulty and must notify medical assistant or the organization. The participant asking medical assistance for help will be under the medical assistance authority and will have to follow medical assistance decision. Medical assistance could:

·         Advise the race director or his deputy that the participant is not in condition to finish the race.

·         To organise the medevac by all appropriated way of participant they judge in danger.

·         To get to the hospital any participant for which medical attention is needed.

 

A medical check will be done at 70KM CP SCOUT. Any participants judged not in good physical condition will be withdrawn from the race and transported to the finish.

 

12 / Insurance: Competitors will participate in the race solely on their own accord, and under such conditions waive any right to claim against the organizers in case of damage during or consequences arising after the race. Personal injury insurance is recommended for every competitor to cover any personal accidents or injuries and/or possible costs for search and rescue/medical evacuation efforts. Runners are free to choose their own insurance provider.

 

 

13 / Ethical rules: The race will be held in accordance with the general principles formulated by the International Trail-Running Association. The primary idea is providing equal chances to all competitors and holding the race in the form of an individual test of sporting abilities. From the perspective of an individual competitor, it consists in respecting three basic rules: play fair, watch out for your safety, protect the environment. These principles will be implemented by detailed rules as follows:

          Only officially registered competitors, who paid an entry fee, can participate in the race.

          Each and every user goes the distance relying on his own powers only, without any support from third parties or use of mechanical vehicles. Assistance from the third parties is allowed only at the food checkpoints (as defined in 8) – 1h penalty.

          Competitors cannot stray from the delimited route. In the event of getting lost, competitor has to use the same way to return to the last official signs and continue the race through its official route. Shortening the route or not pointing at aid station may lead to disqualification.

          Each and every user is obliged to provide – as well as he will be able to – help to competitors, who are injured or need other kind of help, primarily through notifying organizers and medical crew.

          It is prohibited to use any performance enhancing substances.

          It is forbidden to throw garbage outside allocated bins. 1h to 3h of Penalty.

          It is prohibited to use any kind of verbal or physical violence during the run. Reported cases will result in disqualification.

          Number bib has to be attached in a place visible to other participants, spectators and referees. 15 min penalty.

          Pointing after the time barrier lead to race withdrawal.

          Staying at the Aid Station after its closure lead to disqualification.

          The competitor resigning from the race is obliged to immediately inform the organizer about this fact. In the event of not reporting the cancellation of the run, the search will be undertaken, and the competitor can be charged for it.

 

14 / Anti-Doping: Anti-doping control could be done on the fish line. It is mandatory for the designated participant to go through anti-doping check. In case of positive check media and authorities will be advised.

 

15 / Rules acceptation and claims: By registering to enter competition, the competitor accepts the rules, regulations and race ethical. Breaking any of the rules may incur a time penalty, disqualification or pre-race withdrawal. Any such penalties are at the organisers’ discretion and are final.

Any claims have to be logged in writing no later than 60 minutes after race results publication. Claims will be treated by the race jury before final race results.

The race jury included UTNC association board member, president and any other people nominated by the president. The race jury is empowered to sort any claims or disqualification within a time frame compatible with the event schedule after undertaking all the necessary hearings.

The decisions of the race jury are final, and no appeal will be admitted. After the race jury decisions the results will be announced.

 

16 / Use of personal image / photo and image copyrights: Participants waive any rights to the exclusive use of their image taken during the race, relinquishing any recourse against the organizer and its partners for using said image. Any communication about the event or use of related images will be in accordance with the event name, its registered trademarks, and within the boundaries of the formal agreement of the organization.

 

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