Race rules

  1. EAMA 10K has been organised by South Norfolk Council who accept no liability for any injury, loss damage or expense caused as a result of participation.
  2. Entrants must be minimum 15 years on race day in order to participate.
  3. No applications to enter the race will be accepted on race day.
  4. By entering this race each runner is consenting to abide by the rules of the event and those set out by UK Athletics.
  5. South Norfolk Council will not issue any refunds once your application has been accepted. Similarly we will not allow entrants to defer their place to the following year.
  6. South Norfolk Council reserves the right to refuse applications to EAMA 10K including duplicates.
  7. Race numbers are not to be sold or transferred to another person. Any runner who wears another person's race number will be disqualified.
  8. South Norfolk Council reserves the right to alter the course, distance, date and venue.
  9. Race entrants are responsible for their own wellbeing and should not take part on race day if they are not medically fit to complete a 10K course.
  10. EAMA 10K is not suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs or dogs.
  11. All runners are required to fill in the emergency contact and medical information on the back of their race number.
  12. Race numbers must be securely fastened to the front of your shirt and be visible at all times.
  13. Where you are provided with an electronic chip as part of your race number by us to record your time, this should be used in accordance with the instruction.
  14. Any runner behaviour deemed to be dangerous or inappropriate will result in disqualification.
  15. No headphones or any other such devices that could impede a runners hearing are permitted, all runners must be able to  hear instructions from marshals throughout the course.
  16. Runners should report any first aid or emergency situations to the nearest marshall.
  17. Runners who fail to complete the course should report their withdrawal to the nearest marshall.
  18. Runners must adhere to all instructions given by event marshals.
  19. The Event may be televised and photographs may be taken which capture your participation in the Event. You agree to the publication of such photographs and broadcasts and their use by us in future publications and publicity. If you would rather your photograph was not used in the future please feel free to contact us.
  20. Overall race prizes will be awarded to the first three males and female runners.
  21. Prizes will be awarded to the first and second place in the following male & female age categories’ 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64; 65+.
  22. The first three prizes will be decided by finishing positions, not by chip times. Age category prizes will be decided by chip times.  Only one prize per runner.
  23. In the event of any dispute the race director’s decision will be final.