Yes. In the event that a runner cannot collect his/her own running number, a third party can collect it in his/her place upon the presentation of the runner's identification documents or confirmation of his/her date of birth.
During all races, there will be a secure cloakroom at the start/finish line where runners can leave their personal items before the race. Runners are solely responsible for items left in the cloakroom.
After the alloted time for the race has passed, normal traffic will resume along the route, so remaining participants are asked to complete the race by walking or running on the pavement. Participants who do not finish the race within the allotted time will receive the status DNF (Did Not Finish) in the final results, as they did not finish the race according to the conditions of entry.
Yes. Every member of your team has to be registered separately, with the registration fee paid for all the members regardless of their age. Every participant will receive an individual running number that he/she will have to wear during the race.
The first runner in the relay can continue to participate in the half marathon after the change of runners, as long as he/she removes the relay running number and and passes the finish line wearing only a full half marathon running number and timing chip.
Parents and guardians of the youngest children (up to 6 years of age) may run with their children, either with or without a pushchair. If they do so, they must start the race at the rear, so as not to hinder or endanger the other participants.
Parents and guardians of children over 6 years of age who want to accompany their children must stay on the pavement alongside the route, and leave sufficient space between themselves and the road so as not to hinder or endanger the other participants.