RULES & POLICY



Race Requirement


-Sky Marathon 42K, Sky Half 20K : 
You must be over 18 years old and agree to the High1 Skyrunningrace rules.
You are also required to have sufficient training to take part of Sky Marathon42K and Sky Half 21K.


-Sky Run 12K : 
You must be over 15 years old, and agree to the High1 Skyrunning race rules.




Refund for cancellation of the entry


Before June 17th, 2020

Full refund available

After June 18th, 2020

all fees are NONREFUNDABLE 





Race Gear

                                                 

Runners are required to be semi-sufficient, and must havetheir mandatory equipment with them at all times during the race. There won’t be drop bag on the course or CP, and race staffs can only provide water / drink/ snacks at the check points. Runners who don't carry madatory equipment will be exculded from the prize.





Mandatory Gear



For 42K Runners


Trail running shoes, Hydration bag or belt which can carry 1 liter of water, Water bottles or flasks minimum 1l, Personal cup, Survival blanket or wind jacket, Whistle, Mobile phone, Foodreserve (energy gel, bars, snacks, etc), , Emergency medicine (Sports taping,Elastic band, Salve)


* For Sky Marathon 42K runners, it is mandatory to take gear check.




Paper cups are not available at all CP due to envirmental reason. Runners must carry personal cup or water bottles.



Recommended Gear



For 20K & 12K Runners


Trail running shoes, Hydration bag or belt which can carry over 500ml of water, Water bottles or flasks minimum 500ml, Personal cup, Survival blanket or Wind jacket, Whistle, Mobile phone, Foodreserve (Energy gel, Bars, Snacks, etc.)


For envirment reason, paper cups will not be available at all CP due to envirmental reason. Runners must carry personal cup or water bottle.





Race Rules



1. High1 Skyrunning race organizer has the right to cancel the events in case of natural disaster, andmodify the course, the procedure of registration. 


2. All runners must pass the way-marked paths with your own feet. 


3. If runners are under 18 years old, they must have agreement fromparents or legal guardian.


4. All runners are responsible for your own health condition to enterthe race.


5. All the runners must follow the race rules and they areresponsible to keep themselves safe from injuries and accidents, to loss anddamage of equipment during the race.



6.All the runners must follow the organization’s direction when therace director decide to stop the race in case of emergent situation.



7.The race organization have applied for event insurance so thataccidents occurred from race organizers will be covered by insurance, andprepare ambulance during the race.



8. However, accidents due to personal issues will not be covered. Ifany runners would like to be covered from personal accidents during the race,they should apply for personal insurance by themselves.



9. All runners must check personal health through the hospital ormedical institute. If runners have been medically treated due to healthproblems such as myocardial infarction and difficulty in breathing in thepast., we do not recommend entering the race.



10. Any runner seen littering along the route will be penalized.Trashcans are provided at every checkpoint.



11. Runners who want to retire the race, they must inform the personin charge of the checkpoint or race patrols.



12. If a runner is in difficulty or seriously injured, phone the courseorganizer or race staffs (emergency contact number will be provided)immediately, and go in person to a nearest checkpoint.



13. It is imperative that runners follow the paths with the markerswithout taking any short cuts. Any runner seen taking a short cut along theroute will be penalized/disqualified.



14. The time barriers are calculated to enable runners to reach thefinish within the maximum time imposed. To be authorized to continue with theevent, runners must set off from each checkpoint before the time limit.



15. All the runners must not use stroller or wheel chairs.



16. The race bib must be worn on the chest or the stomach and must bepermanently and fully visible throughout the entire race, and must not bedamaged. If so, runner will be penalized or disqualified.



17. If the runner transferred the race ticket without notice to raceorganization, the transferor will be disqualified.



18. Pacer and support runners who do not register the race arestrictly prohibited.



19. Full refund is available during the register period. 



20. After the race, runners must not drink alcohol excessively exceptthe race organization provided as a finisher souvenirs. The host is notresponsible for accidents from excessive drink after the race.



21. The race organization has publication rights of photos, videos,and records of runners taken from the race.



22. The race organization has rights to share the participant’spersonal information to the sponsorship and partners in order to provide betterservice. The information is not used for profit-making purpose. However, if theparticipants are against the race rules or make serious harm to the finecustoms of the race, the race organization has the rights to open to the publicfor legal action.



23. The race organizations have applied for event insurance so thataccidents occurred from race organizers will be covered by insurance. However,accidents due to personal issues will not be covered. If any runners would liketo be covered from personal accidents during the race, they should apply forpersonal insurance by themselves.



24. The insurance only covers accidents occurred from the raceorganizer’s faults but not accidents from personal issues.



25. The insurance will not cover personal issues so that each runnerhas to be responsible for injuries and accidents.



26. Diseases include myocardial infarction, cerebral hemorrhage,difficulty in breathing, sudden die, vomit, muscular pain (Accidents due todiseases will not be covered by insurance)



27. Participants with specific allergies - bees, worms, pollen, etc. - who are at risk during the race, should be prepared to prepare for their own physical condition and specific allergic diseases themselves.



28. All the runners give a firm promise to follow the race rules bythe hosts.



29. The race rules are the mutually agreed terms between the runnerand the race organization, and as soon as the runner register the race, it goesinto effect.





High1 Skyrunning race organizer has the right to cancel the eventsin case of natural disaster, and modify the course, the procedure ofregistration.


RACE RULES


Race Requirement

Sky Marathon 42K, Sky Half 20K

You must be over 18 years old and agree to the High1 Skyrunning race rules.
You are also required to have sufficient training to take part of Sky Marathon42K and Sky Half 21K.


Sky Run 12K 
: You must be over 15 years old, and agree to the High1 Skyrunningrace rules.




Refund for cancellation of entry

Before 
June 17th
Full refund available.
After 
June 18th
all fees are 
NON REFUNDABLE




Race Gear

All the runners are required to be semi-sufficient, and must havetheir mandatory equipment with them at all times during the race. There won’tbe drop bag on the course or CP, and race staffs can only provide water / drink/ snacks at the check points.

Runners who don't carry mandatory equipment will be excluded from the prize.



Mandatory Gear

Sky Marathon 42K (Mandatory) : 
Trail running shoes, Hydration bag or belt which can carry over 1 liter of water, Water bottles or flasks minimum 1l, Personal cup, Survival blanket or wind jacket, Whistle, Mobile phone, Foodreserve (energy gel, bars, snacks, etc), Emergency medicine (Sports taping,Elastic band, Salve)

* For Sky Marathon 42K runners, it is mandatory to take gear check.


Sky Half 20K / Sky Run 12K (Recommend)

: Trail running shoes, Hydration bag or belt which can carry over 500ml of water, Water bottles or flasks minimum 500ml, Personal cup, Survival blanket or Wind jacket, Whistle, Mobile phone, Foodreserve (Energy gel, Bars, Snacks, etc.)


For envirment reason, paper cups will not be available at all CP due to envirmental reason. Runners must carry personal cup or water bottle.



Recommended Gear

Trail Running / Hiking pole, Gloves, Cap, Buff, Water-proof jacketor Rain coat,GPS watch, Sunglasses, Sun protector, Camera, etc.



Race Rules

1. High1 Skyrunning race organizer has the right to cancel the eventsin case of natural disaster, and modify the course, the procedure of registration.


2. All runners must pass the way-marked paths with your own feet.


3. If runners are under 18 years old, they must have agreement fromparents or legal guardian.


4. All runners are responsible for your own health condition to enterthe race.


5. All the runners must follow the race rules and they areresponsible to keep themselves safe from injuries and accidents, to loss anddamage of equipment during the race.


6. All the runners must follow the organization’s direction when therace director decide to stop the race in case of emergent situation.


7. The race organization have applied for event insurance so thataccidents occurred from race organizers will be covered by insurance, andprepare ambulance during the race.


8. However, accidents due to personal issues will not be covered. Ifany runners would like to be covered from personal accidents during the race,they should apply for personal insurance by themselves.


9. All runners must check personal health through the hospital ormedical institute. If runners have been medically treated due to healthproblems such as myocardial infarction and difficulty in breathing in thepast., we do not recommend entering the race.


10. Any runner seen littering along the route will be penalized.Trashcans are provided at every checkpoint.


11. Runners who want to retire the race, they must inform the personin charge of the checkpoint or race patrols.


12. If a runner is in difficulty or seriously injured, phone the courseorganizer or race staffs (emergency contact number will be provided)immediately, and go in person to a nearest checkpoint.


13. It is imperative that runners follow the paths with the markerswithout taking any short cuts. Any runner seen taking a short cut along theroute will be penalized/disqualified.


14. The time barriers are calculated to enable runners to reach thefinish within the maximum time imposed. To be authorized to continue with theevent, runners must set off from each checkpoint before the time limit.


15. All the runners must not use stroller or wheel chairs.


16. The race bib must be worn on the chest or the stomach and must bepermanently and fully visible throughout the entire race, and must not bedamaged. If so, runner will be penalized or disqualified.


17. If the runner transferred the race ticket without notice to raceorganization, the transferor will be disqualified.


18. Pacer and support runners who do not register the race arestrictly prohibited.


19. Full refund (Less than 5%) is available during the registerperiod. 


20. After the race, runners must not drink alcohol excessively exceptthe race organization provided as a finisher souvenirs. The host is notresponsible for accidents from excessive drink after the race.


21. The race organization has publication rights of photos, videos,and records of runners taken from the race.


22. The race organization has rights to share the participant’spersonal information to the sponsorship and partners in order to provide betterservice. The information is not used for profit-making purpose. However, if theparticipants are against the race rules or make serious harm to the finecustoms of the race, the race organization has the rights to open to the publicfor legal action.


23. The race organizations have applied for event insurance so thataccidents occurred from race organizers will be covered by insurance. However,accidents due to personal issues will not be covered. If any runners would liketo be covered from personal accidents during the race, they should apply forpersonal insurance by themselves.


24. The insurance only covers accidents occurred from the raceorganizer’s faults but not accidents from personal issues.


25. The insurance will not cover personal issues . so that each runnerhas to be responsible for injuries and accidents.


26. Diseases include myocardial infarction, cerebral hemorrhage,difficulty in breathing, sudden die, vomit, muscular pain (Accidents due todiseases will not be covered by insurance)


27. Participants with specific allergies - bees, worms, pollen, etc. - who are at risk during the race, should be prepared to prepare for their own physical condition and specific allergic diseases themselves.


28. All the runners give a firm promise to follow the race rules bythe hosts.


29. The race rules are the mutually agreed terms between the runnerand the race organization, and as soon as the runner register the race, it goes into effect.