ALL ENTRANTS/PARTICIPANTS MUST READ AND AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:
- Participants under the age of 18 must have parental/guardian permission to register and participate in the virtual event, regardless of the distance they walk/jog/run. We recommend any participants under the age of 18 are accompanied by an adult and if jogging or running, only for the following maximum distance in one go:
- Under 17 years old: maximum 15k (9.3 miles)Under 16 years old: maximum 10k (6.2 miles)Under 15 years old: maximum 6k (3.7 miles)Under 13 years old: maximum 5k (3.1 miles)
- Entries are non-refundable, non-transferable and non-deferrable. Entries must not be sold or gifted to any third party.Entry is only complete and valid when the participant has paid for the entry fee and completed the entry form.The Virtual Derby 10 Mile is not competitive therefore no times will be published, nor any prizes awarded.The Virtual Derby 10 Mile event is open to wheelchair users.
- Participants must complete the 10 miles (or all splits of the 10-mile distance) on foot, either by walking, jogging or running.It is the responsibility of the participant to plan their safe route(s) to complete the full 10-mile distance.Participants are responsible for their own equipment, footwear and clothing. Hi-visibility clothing is recommended when participating in low light conditions.Participants acknowledge that the organisers will not track them or provide volunteers, marshals or medical personnel assistance to any participant.Participants understand that they must follow the highway code at all times and no road closures are arranged for them doing the Virtual Derby 10 Mile.It is the responsibility of the participant for successfully uploading all complete 10-mile evidence by midnight on Saturday 11th December 2021. Medals will only be sent out to participants who have submitted evidence for the full 10-mile distance.Acceptable evidence includes the following: GPX file, link to Strava (or similar) activity, or photo image of watch or phone showing completed distance.Medals will be sent week commencing 13th December. The organisers cannot be held responsible for lost medals in the post.All participants who have completed the 10-mile distance should expect to receive their medal via the post by Friday 24th December 2021.
- It is the duty of the participant to ensure that details are submitted accurately at the time of entering the Virtual Derby 10 Mile including their e-mail address and postal address in order to receive their upload information and medal via the post, respectively.Participants agree to the organiser storing their personal information and using this information for the purpose of organising the Virtual Derby 10 Mile event.Participants agree that the organiser may publish their name as part of the participation table of the event.In compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998, participants have the right of access to their personal records held by the organiser, which may be subject to a small administration fee in line with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).By entering the Virtual Derby 10 Mile, participants give permission for the free use of their name, voice or image in any broadcast, telecast, advertising promotion or other account of this event. If the participant (or parent/guardian if the participant is under 18 years old) does not wish for their name, voice or image to be used in this manner, they should contact the organiser in writing.
- By entering the Derby 10 Mile, the participant is accepting all the conditions of entry and acknowledges that the organiser of the event shall not be liable for personal injury, death, or loss, theft or damage to belongings as a consequence of participation in the event.Participants agree to indemnify the organiser in relation to any claims, action, liabilities or losses resulting from any breach of these conditions by the participant.Obtaining insurance for personal accident and loss as a result of the event is the sole responsibility of the participant.The organiser will not be liable for any pledges made by the participant or on their behalf to any charity.The organiser’s total liability, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty or otherwise in respect of any losses arising out of or in connection with the event shall be limited to a sum equal to the total entry fee paid by the participant to the organiser.