By sending a completed race application, competitors confirm that they are fully familiar with the rules of the race and declare that they run at their own risk.
The organizer is completely free of responsibility for the injuries sustained during the race, as well as responsibility for the loss of things and property of the competitors.
Competitors under the age of 18 can participate in the race exclusively with the written consent of the parent / guardian and in the presence of the same at the race.
If the competitor is not able to overcome the obstacle, he is obliged to do the “marines” (jumps off) in front of the referee. The number of “marines” depends on the obstacle level and will be given on each obstacle separately (usually from 10 to 30 repetitions).
Each competitor must try to overcome every obstacle. An attempt to cross an obstacle is defined as “touching an obstacle”, which means that every competitor is obliged to prevent the approach and touch it. In the event of a “water” obstacle, the competitor is obliged to enter the water directly next to the obstacle. In the event of contrary behavior, the competitor will be disqualified.
It is forbidden to practice obstacles before the race has started.
The competitor is obliged to carry a visible starting number throughout the duration of the race.
The movement through the marked route of the race is the responsibility of each competitor. It is forbidden to start outside the start line, make alternative route between obstacles, the use of any mean of transport. Any departure from the race route is a reason for disqualification.
Use of any help from third parties during the race is prohibited. It is forbidden to take equipment, food or water from third parties, unless they come from the organizer of the race. Verbal communication with medical personnel is permitted, as well as the help of other competitors in overcoming the obstacle.
The organizer can set a time limit to complete the race. This is the time limit for the competitor to cross all obstacles and finish the race.
The competitors are expected to play fair through the race. Non-sporting behavior is the reason for disqualification of competitors.
The competitor is obliged to assist another competitor who is not able to continue the race due to injuries and to wait with him the arrival of the representative of the organizer or medical team who will provide the injured person first aid.
The time is measured from the start of the each competitor until the competitor crosses over the finish line. The winner of the race is a competitor who passes the finish line first, crossing over all the obstacles.
The final deadline for lodging complaints of any kind is 15 minutes after the end of the race itself. The race is over when the last competitor crosses the finish line or when the race time is up.
Due to weather conditions or other unforeseen circumstances that may jeopardize the safety of the competitors, the organizer has the right to cancel or delay the start of the race.