1. The Race is organized by Rotherham Harriers and AC under UKA laws (UKA Road Race License number 2023 - pending).
2. Each entrant accepts that the organizers of the Rotherham will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs or expenses which may arise in consequence of their participation in this event.
3. Participants must not compete in the race if they are not in good health and will compete at their own risk. Participants must be capable of completing the full 10K distance, start line to finish line. Participants are responsible for wearing appropriate clothing for the event and the expected weather conditions.
4. All participants must enter the event via the entry page, & agree to have personal details stored on computer for entry processing. The sex declared on the entry form should be that recorded on the Registration of Birth
5. We regret that all entry fees are non-refundable (unless the event has to be cancelled for some unforeseen reason) and may not be deferred towards a future event.
6. The organisers retain the right to refuse entry to anyone.
7. Competitors in the 10K must be 15 years or over on the race date.
8. On race day participants must follow all instructions given from the event organizers, marshals, event officials, police, fire and ambulance operatives throughout the duration of the event. Failure to follow event rules/ event official’s instruction may result in disqualification, loss of prize money and removal from official results.
9. Race numbers and integral timing chips will be available for collection as detailed on the event website (www.Rotherham10k.com) No numbers or timing chips will be posted out.
10. Race numbers must be worn on the front of your running vest or t-shirt and must not be cut, folded or altered in any way. Race Numbers must only be worn by original entrants and no transfers will be allowed.
11. Running with dogs, prams, pushchairs or similar items is not permitted. (Special exceptions may apply – please contact the Race Director)
12. The roads used by the event are closed, but the adjacent carriageway (on Broom Road and Drummond Street) will be used and separated with cones, and the route uses a pavement adjacent to Centenary Way; for this reason we advise that headphones are not worn or used for this event.