Participants, spectators, families and friends are required to act in a spirit of friendship and respect first. Any person or people not respectful will be removed from the venue and barred from participating in future events.
Participants deserve the right to be treated with respect. When challenges arise, participants will be provided with thoughtful answers within a fair period of time.
Participants and spectators who are found to be crossing the line of constructive comments, presented in a constructive manner, will no longer be permitted to take part in or be at the event venue site during our event. Just like customers have every right not to support an event, product or brand, we hold the same rights (sanction/ban) to remove any participant and/or spectator we deem as disrespectful to the core values of the 24 Hours of Adrenalin, its crew, volunteers and parent company. This rule and right held by the organizing group will be enforced not only at the event but also in social media circles. So those that want to use social media to attack personally any member of our Crew, Volunteers, or Members of Organizing Group will be sanctioned. In some cases such sanctions will extend to the person’s team and or family.
In the event, that there is a need for event adjustments due to a weather or wildlife mitigation related issues, the organizer will endeavour to make necessary adjustments and the results standings will be taken from the top of the hour of when the incident occurred and the event was suspended.
Each captain is 100 percent responsible for the conduct for any members or his or her team and those who accompany the team to the event. Do not wait until the week before the event to review potential challenges. Last minute requests especially the week leading into the event are often not likely to be resolved.
Captains are 100 percent responsible for the set up of the team and that the team is within compliance of all the rules and regulations.
Captains must log into the team home page (team dashboard) regularly and ensure that members are correctly invited, accepted and waivers are completed.
Captains are responsible for his or her team’s information. Must be 100% correct.
Each teammate must have an active profile that includes an email that is 100 percent correct. We suggest that you don’t use your company or a government email. Hotmail, Gmail etc. are better.
According to regulations set out by the Alberta government, all participants must carry a can of bear spray while on the course.
Failure to do so will result in the disqualification of both THE PARTICIPANT AND THEIR ENTIRE TEAM.
The Canmore Nordic Centre is an active wildlife area and these rules are for the protection of everybody involved in the event.
The minimum weight should be 224 grams with a minimum range of 2.4 metres (15ft) and with an expiry date that has not been exceeded. Dog spray and mace is not suitable due to their reduced effectiveness (in chemical composition and spray pattern, range and duration).
Any rider found littering for any reason whether it’s in the expo areas or on the course will be automatically removed from the race. The entire team will be removed from the race if the infraction takes place on the event course.
Read the policy on the team home page when entering a team or as a solo rider. You are 100 percent responsible to be knowledgeable. In the past we tried to be flexible, however certain individuals and teams took advantage and we can no longer permit anything outside of the stated rules.
All members MUST sign the electronic waiver. Only those under the age of 18 can use the paper version of the waiver which must be properly filled out and received at the twenty4 sports address two week prior to the event. No exceptions.
Read the policy on the team home page when entering a team or as a solo rider. You are 100 percent responsible to be knowledgeable. In the past we tried to be flexible, however certain individuals and teams took advantage and we can no longer permit anything outside of the stated rules. All such request are subject to change over fees and any difference in the purchased team cost.
Due to the needs of our insurance providers we will need to check each and every person’s government issued photo ID at registration. Each rider must provide photo identification at the event kit pickup.
Team captains are 100% responsible to ensure that your team is in the correct category. Captains can check these in the online team profiles, confirm at race pick up and must confirm on the starting lists on Saturday morning. No changes can be made at the 12 noon start and any team found in the incorrect category will be disqualified.
NO CHANGES AFTER 10:00 a.m. ON SATURDAY
Upon full payment of your team entry you can select your site of choice. Site maps are listed in the Camping & RV areas. Please choose carefully as any switching of campsites will require captains to cancel the current site and rebook another site. The fee paid for the original site will be used as a credit towards the new site, however no actual credits are provided to credit card or are available in the future.
While the event ends at noon on Sunday, riders have until 12:59:59 to have their last lap count towards their team total. At that time, 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, an unofficial results list is posted. These results are subject to a 15 minute protest period. To challenge those posted results, a team captain must provide, in writing, a description of the nature and detail of the protest and submit that along with a $20 refundable fee to the Event Director onsite for review. Once the protest period is passed and no protests are deemed valid, the results are considered final.
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