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Standard registrations for individuals and groups

 

 

 

DISTANCE  

FROM - UNTIL

42Km

21Km 12Km
15.08.2019 - 30.09.2019 24€ 12€ 8€
01.10.2019 - 31.10.2019 30€ 15€ 10€
01.11.2019 - 31.12.2019 40€ 20€ 11€
01.01.2020 - 29.02.2020 45€ 22€ 12€
01.03.2020 - 30.04.2020 50€ 25€ 13€
01.05.2020 - 05.05.2020 70€ 40€ 25€
       
Rules

OFFICIAL SPORTS COMPETITION RULES

 

LISBON ECO MARATHON

 

These rules establish the rights, obligations and responsibilities of all parties involved in the preparation, organisation, participation and implementation of the Sports Competition.

 

PART I – OF THE ORGANISATION

 

 

  1.  ORGANISATION

 

 

 The sports competition Lisbon Eco Marathon (henceforth referred to as “Race”) is organised by the following entities:

Stream Plan, LDA., legal subject and with registration number 513381619, registered at Conservatória do Registo Comercial de Lisboa, with its head office at Avenida Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, n.º 19, 6.º Dto, in Lisbon,

In cooperation with the following entities:

Clube Desportivo e Recreativo Chronos, legal subject number 514798998, registered at Conservatória do Registo Comercial de Lisboa, with its head office at AV. Engº Duarte Pacheco nr 19 – 6º Dto, in Lisbon,

The entities mentioned above organise the Race that is contested exclusively and mandatorily by the participants that are duly registered and accepted, and in the terms presented in these Rules.

Henceforth referred to as “Organization”.

 

 

  1. PARTICIPATION:

 

2.1. CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION:

 

Participation is open to all interested parties, regardless of nationality or gender, as long as they are properly registered in accordance with these rules.

Minimum age for participation: Participants that have completed 14 years until the date of the event.

Maximum age for participation: Up to 75 on the date of the event.

Participants that are minors must show and hand to the Organization on the day of picking up the kit, a declaration of responsibility from the person with parental responsibility.

There is no minimum age for participation in the Caminhada ReWalk; children must be accompanied by a responsible adult, and on the day of picking up the kit they will have to present a declaration written and signed by the person with parental responsibility, authorizing their participation.

The Organization’s responsibility in terms of insurance will be over the moment the event’s official timekeeping is ended. (See point “4 Insurance” in these rules).

Participating with auxiliary means of locomotion will not be allowed, namely bicycle, skateboard, wheelchair, with animals or prams.

It is also prohibited to accompany participants on the course with any type of vehicle, whether motorised or not.

At registration, participants, or their legal tutors or the person with parental responsibility declare, under their responsibility, that they meet the necessary health conditions to participate in the event and that they will abstain from participation if such conditions change.

The participants must possess the necessary health condition for physical activity. At registration, the participants accept that they feel physically and psychologically prepared for the inherent effort required by the sports event they will be taking part in, and thus the Organization cannot be held accountable for any accidents, incidents, illnesses and other situations that may occur before, during and after the participation in the sports competition.

 The participants/athletes that fulfil the conditions presented in these Rules may take part in the Race.

 

2.2. REGISTRATIONS:

Registrations are made exclusively through the race’s official site: www.ecomaratonadelisboa.pt

Only registrations made through the aforementioned site, on the following dates and after payment of the due fee (as seen on the table below), will be accepted 

 

 

Race

From

15.08.2019

01.10.2019

01.11.2019

01.01.2020

01.03.2020

01.05.2020

Until

30.09.2019

31.10.2019

31.12.2019

29.02.2020

30.04.2020

05.05.2020

42KM

 

24 €

30 €

40 €

45 €

50 €

70 €

21KM

 

12 €

15 €

20 €

22 €

25 €

40 €

12KM

 

8 €

10 €

11 €

12 €

13 €

25 €

3.5Km approx.

 

6 €*

6 €*

6 €*

6 €*

6 €*

6 €*

 

* Free registration for children up to the age of 8. 

 

 Registrations are opened and will be closed on the dates that, for each edition, are presented on the site that should be consulted.

 

2.3. LIMIT IN NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

The race has a limit of three thousand participants.

The organisation may, at any moment, increase or limit the number of registrations planned for the race according to the needs/ technical/structural availabilities, without previous notice.

 

2.4 – OFFICIAL KIT (PARTICIPATION KIT):

 

 The Organization suggests the use of the equipment that has been approved for the current edition of the Race, according to these Rules.

The Organization approves for this race a model of equipment with the inclusion of the official sponsors, commercial partners and suppliers of the competition, which shall be retrieved by the participants on 9th May, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on a marquee that will be appropriately identified, by the National Flag at Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Top of Parque Eduardo VII).

  1. SECURITY AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

 

 The organization provides medical support to all participating athletes, with ambulances available in the premises along the route and at the start / finish.

 If ensuing medical care is necessary, this will be provided at the public health services, under their responsibility.

The organization, in cooperation with police entities, will condition traffic during the race. However, it cannot be held accountable for any accidents or damages incurred among participants or caused by third parties to participants.

 

  1. INSURANCE

 

 The participants must possess the necessary health condition for sports activities. At registration, the participants accept that they feel physically and psychologically prepared for the inherent effort required by the sports event they will be taking part in.

All participants, without exception, must possess the necessary health condition for sports activities, and therefore they exempt the race’s organization, its partners, supporters and public bodies involved from any responsibility.

The Organization provides the participants with personal accident insurance.

All participating athletes, registered according to the procedures stated in these rules, benefit from personal accident insurance valid for the duration of the event.

The organization’s responsibility in terms of insurance will be over the moment the event’s official timekeeping is ended.

 

  1. RULES OF CONDUCT

 

 The participants will commit to, under word of honour, respect the following rules they declare to know, accept and respect:

  1. Respect the technical rules of the Race;
  2. Respect the general rules of the Race and of the Organization;
  • Respect the rules and recommendation from the Organization;
  1. Respect the schedules and particular prescriptions of each race, foreseen by each race’s organiser;
  2. Respect the good use of their equipment;
  3. Respect the representatives of the organization;
  • Respect the sporting spirit during the Race and that of their opponents.

All Participants must be committed to having exemplary public behaviour, during the Race, which cannot, in any way, jeopardise the good name and reputation of the organization and its partners, sponsors and other participants.

 

  1. PROHIBITION OF DOPING

 

Dopping is forbidden from all sports participants within and outside the Race.

Each participant has the duty of ensuring that they do not introduce, or that it is not introduced, any forbidden substance, or that they do not use any forbidden method.

The participants are personably accountable for any forbidden substance or its metabolites or markers found in their organic samples, as well as the use of any forbidden method.

 

 

  1. DISQUALIFICATION OF PARTICIPANTS

 

The organisation will not allow participation/disqualify from the race any Participant that has any of the following behaviours:

  1. Forge any element in their registration;
  2. Is not present at the start, at the required time and place;
  3. Does not respect instructions from the organisation;
  4. Does not meet the required physical and psychological conditions to participate;
  5. Does not have a bib;
  6. Does not have the bib, well visible, in the front of their t-shirt, in the places specified by the organisation;
  7. Wears another athlete’s bib;
  8. Folds or manipulates the ads on the bib;
  9. Uses the provided bib in a wrongful manner;
  10. Does not follow the signage placed by the organisation and jumps the railing to the start;
  11. Does not cover the established course in its entirety;
  12. Shows clearly unsportsmanlike behaviour (for example: pushing or impeding other athletes in order to intentionally hinder their progression)
  13. Doping;
  14. Does not respect the other participants, the organisation itself, and the security agents, and other race support parties.

 

  1. IMAGE RIGHTS

The registration in this event and the acceptance of these rules automatically imply that the Participant authorises the Organisation to full or partially capture the Participant during the event.  These images may be used freely in the promotion and advertising of the event in every media channel (television, radio, press, internet, billboards, cards and fliers, photos and videos). The Participant therein grants the Organisation all image rights aforementioned for the purpose of commercial use and advertising, forfeiting the right to receive any financial compensation from the Organisation. 

 

  1. COMMERCIAL AND PROMOTIONAL RIGHTS

 

The Organisation exclusively holds the advertising and commercial rights of the Race, thus becoming their responsibility to negotiate and manage such rights on behalf and for the benefit of all participants, sponsors, partners and other entities.

The Organisation exclusively holds the right to receive, withhold and distribute all of the revenue from the commercial use of the commercial and advertising rights.

All Participants must scrupulously abide by all commercial contracts and agreements concerning the commercial use of the Race. Participants must make every possible effort to ensure the compliance with the obligations undertaken thereunder by the Organisation.

Except given express consent by the Organisation, the Participant is expressly prohibited to display or put up any publicity, and promote companies, products, goods, equipment or services, during the Race.

The Participant is responsible for any obligations resulting from the use of registered trademarks, patents and licenses of intellectual property rights, during the Race and upon its completion.

Should the Organisation be sued for breaching any of the rights mentioned in the previous paragraph, the Participant is then bound to compensate the Organisation for every expense resulting from such breach.

 

10. ECORESPONSIBILITY

  1. The Participants are required to behave in a responsible manner in what concerns the cleanliness and protection of the environment in every area used during the event, including the race course, the starting point and the finishing line. Littering is expressly prohibited during and after the Race. When applicable, it is the Participants’ responsibility to keep any rubbish derived from the food and beverages distributed during the Race. Rubbish bins provided by the Organisation, will be placed along the race course and at the finishing line. Failure to abide by these rules will result in the immediate exclusion of the Participant, as well as exclusion from participating in any other events organised by the same Organisation.

 

 

  1. ACCEPTANCE OF THE STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

By registering, all Participants accept the present rules and, should any doubt or situation not foreseen here arise, they should inform the Organisation and present such queries in writing.

By clicking the box, you are agreeing to the terms and conditions of registration and participation in the Race and to all the conditions in the present Rules, which is the equivalent to declaring the following:

  1. I have read and agree to the Official Rules of the Lisbon Eco Marathon Race, made available on the website maratonadelisboa.pt ;
  2. I am aware of my health status and confirm that I meet the physical and mental requirements to take part in the Race;
  3. I declare that I will not take part in the Race, should my health status change after registration;
  4. I am aware of the contents of the existing insurance policy;
  5. By taking part in the Race, I authorise the Organisation and their partners in this Race to use my image completely free of charge and without any restrictions. I thus yield all image rights, namely photographs and video footage captured during the Race, forfeiting to receive any earnings resulting from the diffusion of such images in communicational support pieces;
  6. It is of my own free will that I take part in this Race, exempting the Organisation, their parters, directors, associates and other companies associated with the Event, from any responsibility resulting from my participation, before, during and after the Event (for instance, loss of personal belongings by theft, damages or other circumstances);

I am aware of the conditions of cancellation of the Race, which I fully accept.

 

12. COMPLAINTS

Any complaints must be sent to the organisation in writing, at the event’s premises or after the race, to the e-mail address: lisbonecomarathon@clubechronos.com

 

13. DATA PROTECTION

  1. The Organisation of Lisbon Eco Marathon fully complies with the Data Protection Law in force. The athletes are fully aware and authorise the insertion and treatment of their personal data on files belonging to the Event’s Organisation. Said information will be used with the purpose of development, administrative and commercial management and other activities. The athletes must state the name they wish to see on the bib, in the participant’s list and on the final score that shall be published on the website of the Event.  In spite of the previous, the privacy policy allows the athlete to request the amendment or removal of their data by sending an e-mail request to lisbonecomarathon@clubechronos.com

    By confirming their registration, the Participant authorises to be contacted by Prozis, Stream Plan e Clube Desportivo e Recreativo Chronos by phone, sms and e-mail with the following purpose:

    • Payment/Billing information
    • Participants’ information
    • Classification information
    • Information on the Race

     

    Additionally, if the Participant grants the relevant authorisation upon registration, it will authorise the Organisation to:

     

    • Process the personal data received by the Organisation or generated as consequence of registration in the Race, for the execution of general commercial actions or adapted to the Participant’s profile, by any medium (Letter, telephone, e-mail, SMS, MMS, instant messaging apps, etc.), about products or services from the Organisation and the companies belonging to the Podium Events, S.A. group, or related to the execution and organisation of events, races and sports competitions, merchandising or similar activities, during the period of time foreseen by the Organisation in its internal policies for retaining data. The Participant can, at any moment, revoke the present authorisation.

     

    The Participant may, at any given time, exercise their right of access, correction, cancellation/deletion,  opposition, limitation and portability recognised by the laws relating to Data Protection in force, by addressing the Organisation through registered mail with delivery receipt, at the address Avenida Engenheiro Duarte Pacheco, n.º 19, 6,.º Dto, 1070- 100 Lisboa or by the following e-mail address  lisbonecomarathon@clubechronos.com.

     Notwithstanding the Participants ability to exercise the aforementioned rights, the Organisation will retain the personal data provided by the Participant or generated as a consequence registration and or participation in the Race for its duration, as well as during the limitation period of judicial actions that may be presented by either party.

     Once that period is over, the Organisation may retain the processed personal data with the purpose of identifying former participants in order to offer them discounts and promotional campaigns in future races, as well as to be able to provide them with products and services from the Organisation, whenever said Participants have authorised so.

    For a better understanding of the data protection policies implemented by the Organisation, the Participants should consult the terms of the Privacy Policy published on the official website of the Event: maratonadelisboa.pt.

  2.  

    14. POSTPONEMENT CANCELLATION OF THE RACE
  3. There are several reasons that might force the Organisation to suspend, postpone or cancel the Race, as well as to change the location, schedule or course of the Race. In none of these circumstances may the Organisation be held accountable for breach of contract. Consequently, no accountability will be asked of the Organisation as it shall not be obliged to financially, or in any other way, compensate any athlete, person or entity by this fact.

        15. OTHERS

  1. The Organisation is not held accountable for any loss or malfunction that might affect the Participants’ equipment. The Participant exonerates the Organisation of responsibility for the loss or any damage of any personal object, under every circumstance.

    By registering and validating the registration in Lisbon Eco Marathon, the Participants acknowledge and fully accept the Rules, renouncing any legal action against the Organisation, derived from their participation in the Race.

    These Rules are subject to change. Any changes, amendments or eventual annexes to the present Rules shall be published on the official website of the Event, and will be tacitly accepted, should there be no opposition of any of the introduced rules in a maximum of eight days from date of release, provided that such opposition is made in writing to the Organisation by the following e-mail address:  lisbonecomarathon@clubechronosm.com.

    The Organisation shall form a Race Jury, comprised of five elements of the Organisation that shall decide on the sanctions to be applied and on every matter concerning the Race that has not been subject to these Rules, as well as to decide on any misinterpretation of the Rules.

    If a registered athlete does not participate in the Race and in case the documentation and eventual gifts are not collected at the appropriate location, no such items will be sent afterwards, as these are only to be collected on the date and venue of the Event.

    The Lisbon Eco Marathon is organised by Stream Plan in partnership with Clube Desportivo e Recreativo Chronos.

    The present Rules come into effect at 00.00 on the 15th of August 2019, revoking all previous dispositions or determinations.

 

  1. PART II – TECHNICAL/SPORT INFORMATION

 

  1. DATE/TIME

The Lisbon Eco Marathon will take place on Sunday 10th May 2020.

The start and finish will be located at Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira, Parque Eduardo VII.

The Marathon (42.195 km) starts at 8:30 a.m.

The Half Marathon (21.1 Km) starts at 9:30 a.m.

The Mini Marathon (12 Km) starts at 10 a.m.

The Caminhada ReWalk (approx. 3.5 Km) starts at 10:15 a.m.

The race will have a time limit of 6 hours, meaning that bearing in mind the start time for the Marathon, it will end at 2:30 p.m. After this time traffic will be reopened on the entire course.

 

  1. COURSES

Below are the courses of the 4 races.

 

 The Marathon (42.195 Km) covers the following course

 Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira => Ciclovia to Parque do Calhau => Av. 24 de Janeiro (to the crossroads) => Estrada do Barcal (out and back) => Av. 24 de Janeiro (climb to the prison) => Av. Ten. Martins => Ciclovia Est. da Bela Vista => Est. Serafina => Est. Barcal => Trail Mata S. Dom. Benfica => Trail Serafina => Parque das Pedras => Estrada da Serafina => Pista da Pimenteira => Av. Ten. Martins => Trail Ten. Martins => Rotunda das Oliveiras => Rotunda Alvito-Penedo => Percurso Trail (up to Casa dos Animais) => Est. Pimenteira => Est. Alvito => Portão 2, Tapada da Ajuda => Circuito Tapada Ajuda => Trail Keil do Amaral => Rotunda Alvito-Penedo => Parque do Penedo => Montes Claros => Est. Outeiro => Trail Montes Claros => Est. Outeiro => Trail Outeiro => Trail Mata S. Dom. Benfica => Av. 24 de Janeiro (to Calhau and entering Ciclovia) =>  Ciclovia (direction Serafina/Campolide) => Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Finish).

 

The Half Marathon (21.1 Km) covers the following course

Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira => Ciclovia to Parque do Calhau => Av. 24 de Janeiro (up to “forbidden entry” sign) => Trail Serafina => Parque das Pedras => Estrada da Serafina => Pista da Pimenteira => Av. Ten. Martins => Trail Ten. Martins => Rotunda das Oliveiras => Rotunda Alvito-Penedo => Parque do Penedo => Montes Claros => Est. Outeiro => Trail Montes Claros => Est. Outeiro => Trail Outeiro => Trail Mata S. Dom. Benfica => Av. 24 de Janeiro (to Calhau and entering Ciclovia) => Ciclovia (direction Serafina/Campolide) => Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Finish).

 

The Mini Marathon (12 Km) covers the following course

Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira => Ciclovia to Parque do Calhau => Av. 24 de Janeiro (up to crossroads with Est. Barcal) => Est. Barcal (direction Pinamanique) => Trail Mata S. Dom. Benfica (entering 200m before Est. Monsanto) => Exit by the Aqueduct => Av. 24 de Janeiro (to Calhau and entering Ciclovia) => Ciclovia (direction Serafina/Campolide) => Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Finish).

 

The Caminhada ReWalk (approx. 3.5 km) is a walk without any competitive aspect, which will start at Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira and will cover all the area of Parque Eduardo VII, Pavilhão Carlos Lopes, Jardim Amália, returning to the starting point.

 

  1. SUPLLY STATIONS

 

The use of non-reusable packages is strictly forbidden.

Any participant who chucks any packaging or any other product onto the ground shall be immediately disqualified.

The organisation will have the following drinks stations.

 

Marathon (42 Km):

Km 4 (DS-1) . Km 10 (DS-2) . Km 12 (DS-3) . Km 16 (DS-4) . Km 19 (DS-5) . Km 23 (DS-6) . Km 28 (DS-7) Km 30 (DS-8) . Km 36 (DS-9) . Km 42 (Finish).

 

Half Marathon (21 km):

Km 5 (DS-4) . Km 8 (DS-5) . Km 10 (DS-8) . Km 16 (DS-9) . Km 21 (Finish).

 

Mini Marathon (12 Km):

Km 4 (DS-1) . Km 6 (DS-9) . Km 12 (Finish).

 

Caminhada ReWalk (aprox. 3.5 km):

Fruit and fluids will be made available at the Finish of the Caminhada ReWalk.

 

 

  1. EQUIPMENT STORAGE

The organisation will temporarily take care of the athletes’ “belongings” (from all 4 races). The athletes must ensure that these are well stored, in order to avoid the loss of objects and/or valuables, a situation for which the organisation may not be held accountable. 

The organisation is not responsible for the loss, theft or deterioration of the participants’ goods.

 

 

  1. RANKS

Results will be made available in the following age groups:

Male: SEN, M40, M45, M50, M55 and M60. Female: SEN, F40, F50.

Whenever the organisation asks for it, the athletes shall show an identification document (national ID card or other official document), or else they may not receive their prize(s).

Note: Allocation by age group is made taking into account age on the date of the event.

 

   21. CANCELLATION / CHANGES

 

 CANCELLATION

 

In the event of injury or illness, as long as properly confirmed, the organisation will return 50% of the registration fee. It is necessary to send the cancellation of registration request to info@streamplan.pt with the presentation of a valid medical certificate. These exceptional requests will be accepted until 11th April for all registrations made within the regular time limits.

 

CHANGES

 

Requests to change races within the program of the Lisbon Eco Marathon (42km, 21km and 12 km) will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. on 20th April, and there will be no reimbursement from the organisation if the registration to be changed is more expensive than registration in the chosen race. If the chosen race is more expensive than the original one, the participant will be asked to pay the remaining sum corresponding to the difference between fees, at the time of the request.

   

  22. PARTICIPATION KIT:

 

MARATHON, HALF MARATHON AND MINI MARATHON

 

Includes:

 

The standard participation kit for the athlete will have a technical race t-shirt and a bib made of “tyvek” paper in A4 format, on which will be the chip placement instructions, and from which the baggage tag must be removed, as well as the chip itself.

These are the sizes available for the technical t-shirt: XS, S, M, L and XL. Sizes will be allocated according to the requests made at registration.

Participation kits will be picked up on 9th May, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on a marquee that will be appropriately identified, by the National Flag at Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Top of Parque Eduardo VII). No kits will be handed at any other dates.

 

Use:

- The use of the official race bib and chip is compulsory for all participants.

- The bib provided must be placed on the chest, well visible.

- The bib and the chip are codified for each participant, and their use is personal and non-transferable. 

The chip will only be read if it’s securely placed on the shoe, without creasing it.

The organisation is not responsible for any results that may be missing due to negligent handling, bad placement and/or deterioration of the chip.

The baggage tag must be placed on the bag/backpack in a way that it is easily visible.

 

CAMINHADA REWALK

Includes:

The standard participation kit includes a tshirt, and will have a bracelet that gives access to the cloakroom, and supply station at the end.

Sizes available: XS, S, M, L and XL.

Sizes will be allocated according to the requests made at registration.

 

Participation kits will be picked up on 9th May, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., on a marquee that will be appropriately identified, by the National Flag at Alameda Cardeal Cerejeira (Top of Parque Eduardo VII). No kits will be handed at any other dates.

 

23. INSURANCE

 

Personal accident insurance:

 

 

Contractual Guarantees

Sum

Death or Permanent Incapacity

28 046.00 €

Funeral Expenses

2 244.00 €

Treatment and Repatriation Expenses

4 487.00 €

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24. RESULTS


In the 24 hours following the end of the race, the results by age group will be released. These results are only used to place the participants within their age group, according to their finishing time, and are not used for prize giving.

For the purpose of age group results, chip time will be taken into account, that is, the time the athlete took from the moment they crossed the starting line until the moment they crossed the finish line.

Results used for prize giving will take into account the order of arrival of the first athletes, male and female, regardless of their starting time.

 

25. PRIZES

All participants in the competitive races, who conclude them, will receive an exclusive event medal and they may download their participation diploma in the race’s official website.

The first 3 male and female finishers of each race will receive prizes during an official ceremony, as well as the Bigger Group (Clubs and Companies).

The prizes will be handed during the official prize giving ceremony. The presence at the ceremony is a moment created to praise the winners and partners that made the event possible, and for that reason there will be no prize giving after the event.

 

26. CONTACTS

Official website www.lisbonecomarathon.com

E-mail for matters related to registration lisbonecomarathon@clubechronos.com

E-mail for general doubts lisbonecomarathon@clubechronos.com

 

27. JURI

The organisation shall constitute a Trial Jury composed of five members of the organisation that will decide on any sanctions to be applied and/or all matters related to any evidence that has not been subject, or has been misinterpreted, regarding this rules.

 

28. POSTERIOR SHIPMENTS

If a registered athlete does not participate in the event, nor is the pick up of their documentation and any gifts presented at the race office, no such material will be sent afterwards. It can only be collected at the venue on the dates of the event.

 

29. COMMISSION REGULATION

This Rules are in force, repealing all previous editions or determinations.