Start in
  • General media partners
  • General media partners
  • Title sponsor
  • Official automotive partner
  • Official timekeeper
  • Official sport partner
  • Official partners
  • Official partner

Regulation

Regulation «Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon 2017»  Завантажити

1. Date, Time and Location

Date: October 08, 2017

Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location: Kyiv, Khreshchatyk Str.

Start and finish points: 20/22 Khreshchatyk Str., Kyiv

2. Race Objectives

The Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon 2017 (hereafter – the Race) is held to popularize and promote mass running events in Ukraine, as well as:

  • to popularize and promote healthy lifestyle
  • to develop mass sports
  • to integrate Ukraine into the global marathon movement

to inform, nurture and motivate Ukrainian public, to facilitate achievement of personal athletic goals, to stimulate growth of sports achievements among the country’s wide grass-root population.

3. Organizers, Patronage and Sponsors

NGO “Run Ukraine” serves as the Race Organizer.

Under the patronage of:

  • Kyiv Athletic Federation
  • Department of Family, Youth and Sports of Kyiv City State Administration.

With the support of:

  • “Wizz Air” company
  • “Adidas-Ukraine” company
  • “McDonald’s” restaurant chain
  • IE “Coca- Cola Beverages Ukraine”, TM BONAQUA

The Organizer establishes an Organizing Committee from among its own staff, as well as engages different sport-specific specialists.

The Organizing Committee includes:

  • Race Director, Chernitskyi D.L.
  • Project Manager, Tretiakov I.O.
  • Head of Family, Youth and Sports Department of Kyiv, Trofymov O.
  • President of Kyiv Athletic Federation, Hriniuk V.R.
  • Head Referee of the Race, Lebediev K.L.
  • Head of the Emergency Medical Care, Vershyhora A.V.
  • Medical Director of the Race, Horopko O. Yu.

The Organizing Committee approves the Race Regulations, as well as introduces any further changes or addenda to the document.

The Organizing Committee is responsible for:

  • Managing personal data and communication with the participants;
  • Raising funds specifically for the purpose of conducting the Race;
  • Preparing documents and materials for the Mandate Committee;
  • Providing prizes to award winners and medalists of the Race
  • Ensuring the refereeing;
  • Leasing sports facilities, premises and technical equipment necessary for conducting the Race;
  • Organizing security measures and medical oversight of the Race;
  • Control over Race organization and conduction, dealing with official claims and resolving disputes, as well as reviewing documents and approving permissions to enter the Race is designated to the Mandate Committee.

The Mandate Committee includes:

  • Organizing Committee Representative;
  • Head Referee of the Race;
  • Medical Director of the Race;
  • Chief Secretary of the Race.

The Chairman of the Mandate Committee is Chernitskyi D. L., the Race Director.

Professional athletes and sport-specific specialists are admissible to join the Committee.

4. General Rules of the Race.

The Race is organized and conducted under strict adherence to the Technical Regulations of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), International Association of Marathons and Distance Racing (AIMS), Athletics Federation of Ukraine (FLAU), Technical Regulations of the Race and other relevant resolutions issued by the Organizer of the Race.

The Race Organizer reserves the right to make changes to the Race program.

The Race Organizer guarantees the Race will be run rain or shine, regardless of weather conditions.

4.1. General Rules:

  • The Race Organizer reserves the right to cancel the Race, be it before or during the Race, due to unforeseen out of control circumstances;
  • The Regulations of the Race is an official document acting as an agreement between the Organizer and the participants;
  • Any proposals, corrections and additions to this document are to be submitted to the Race Organizer’s e-mail: [email protected]

4.2. Health Concerns

  • Each participant entering the Race does so on his/her own will, acknowledging all the possible risks to his/her health during and after the Race;
  • Each participant takes personal responsibility for his/her physical condition and ability to finish the course of choice;
  • Each participant (registered for 21.0975 km or over) is required to have a certificate of health and insurance policy (optional) valid for the time of the Race;
  • Citizens of foreign countries are required to provide health insurance that covers participation in sports activities;
  • The Race Organizer is not responsible for any physical traumas, injuries, health deterioration incurred by the participant during the Race;
  • The Race Organizer is not responsible for any health deterioration of the participant after the Race;
  • The Race Organizer is not responsible for any losses (damage or loss of personal belongings) incurred by the participant during the Race;

The Race Organizer is not responsible for any losses, injuries or any other damage caused by the participants or the audience of the Race.

5. The Race Organizing and Conducting Expenses

The expenses of the Race are covered by the funds raised from sponsors and partners and by use of entry fee paid by the participants.

Any traveling, accommodation and food expenses are covered by participants’ sending organizations or by participants. The Race Organizer arranges for special conditions with hotels, ensuring affordable accommodation rates.

6. Race Courses and Age Limits

The Race is open to any person of any sex of the appropriate age according to the age limits set by the Organizers:

In athletic courses:

Marathon: individuals – ages 18 and older

Half marathon: individuals – ages 18 and older

10 km and relay – ages 16 and older

5 km and relay – ages 14 and older

2 km – ages 13 and older

1000 m – ages 9 through 12

500 m – ages 7 through 8

100 m – ages through 6

The age of the Race participant is determined as of the date of the Race this year.

Please, notice! Participants 14-17 years old must also submit a Parental Consent from the parents (legal representatives) allowing participation of a minor in the races of 5 km or 10 km

(Annex 2 or Annex 3, respectively)

7. The Race Program

Handing out of starter’s packages to participants at SportExpoUA 2017:

from 12 p.m to 8 p.m., 06 October, 2016

from 10 a.m to 8 p.m., 07 October, 2016

October 8:

7:00 a. m. – Opening of the Marathon Village, 20/22 Khreshchatyk Str.;

8 :00a.m. – 4 p.m. – Locker service working hours;

9:00 a.m. – start on the courses of 42.195 km, 21.0975 km, relay 3×10+1×12.195 km ;

9:20 a.m. – start on the course of 10 km;

9:30 a.m. – start on the course of 2 km;

10:30 a.m. – award ceremony for the course of 10 km;

11:00 a.m. – start on the course of 5 km;

11:30 a.m. – award ceremony for the course of 5 km, Charity Race Run Ukraine 2 km  ;

11:40 a.m. – award ceremony for the course of 2 km;

11:50 a.m. – award ceremony for the course of 21.0975 km;

12:00 p.m. – award ceremony for the course of 42.195 km men, women, relay teams;

12:25 p.m. – start on the course of 1000 m (children) and Avon Pink Run;

12:45 p.m. – start on the course of 500 m (children);

12:50 p.m.– Award ceremony for the course Avon Pink Run

1:10 p.m. – start on the course of 100 m (children);

1:30 p.m. – award ceremony for the course of 500 m;

1:45 p.m. – award ceremony for the course of 1000 m;

2:15 p.m. – award ceremony for the course of 42.195 km in age groups; award ceremony in the nomination “The Most Numerous Running Club”

5:00 p.m. – closing of the Marathon Village

8. Race Entry Conditions

Participants enter the Race under condition of presenting the Mandate Committee all the listed below required documents at the time of receiving their “starter’s packages”:

  • A starter’s letter printed out and signed by the participant (the starter’s letter can be found in the personal profile or in the e-mail box after a successful payment;
  • An ID certifying the age of the participant (mandatory for all participants);
  • A document certifying the right for free participation in the Race or for an exemption discount for payment of entry fees.
  • Please, notice! Participants 16-17 years old must also submit a Parental Consent from the parents (legal representatives) allowing participation of a minor in the races of 5 km or 10 km

(Annex 2 or Annex 3, respectively)

8.1. For citizens of Ukraine:

  • Original certificate of health stamped by the authority, institution, signed and stamped by the sports medicine doctor, where it must be stated that the entrant is admitted to the Race with the course of his choice (mandatory only for all participants running 21.0975 km and 42.195 km). The complete list of medical institutions approved to issue the certificate of health is provided in Annex 1 of the Regulations;

8.2. For citizens of foreign countries:

  • Citizens of foreign countries are required to provide health insurance that covers participation in sports activities.

All participants bear responsibility for their own health and life at the time of the Race and sign a statement confirming this fact.

Please, notice!

  • Starter’s package and participant’s Race bib number will not be given to the participant in case no ID is provided;
  • Medical documents provided to the Mandate Committee are not to be returned
  • A photocopy of a certificate of health is accepted by the Mandate Committee only upon presenting the original.
  • Medical documents should be issued not earlier than 6 months prior to the Race.
  • Only participants aged 18 or older are admitted to the courses of 42. 195 km and 21.0975 km. The age of a participant is determined on the date of the Race based on submitted documents

The overall limit of participants for all courses – 10,000 athletes.

9. Courses and Routes

The routes of the courses of 42.195 km and 42.195 km (relay) lie across Kyiv.

Track cover 97% – blacktop, 3% – stone paved; total elevation gain – 345 meters.

The start and finish lines of all courses are located in the same spot.

42.195 km route:

Kiev_Yandex_marathon_map_42-км

 

21.0975 km route:

21

10 km route:

10

 

 

5 km route

5

10. Registration for the Race

Participants are allowed to enter the Race provided proper and timely registration for the Race.

Registration is available on-line on the Organizer’s website www.kyivmarathon.org.

Online registration of participants will be open from November 1, 2016 till October 2, 2017.

There will be no registration on the day of the Race.

The Organizer of the Race has the right to suspend or completely close the registration without any prior notification in case of reaching an established limit of participants.

A participant is considered registered if an application is filled out and entry fee is paid.

The registration fee paid by participants is non-refundable no matter the circumstances. For instance, if an entrant is unable to compete on a course of choice or finish it within the given time limits; if a mandatory medical reference notice has not been provided, or in case of a disqualification; if the Race has been canceled due to unforeseen out of control circumstances, etc.

The registration is considered canceled in case submitted data is inaccurate and/or false. In case of registration cancellation entry fee is not refunded.

Paid registration can not be canceled, entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.

11. Стартовий внесок

Entry fee for the course of 42.195 km by February 21, 2017 is 500 UAH;

Entry fee for the course of 42.195 km from February 22 through August 31, 2017 is 660 UAH;

Entry fee for the course of 42.195 km from September 1 through October 2, 2017 is 770 UAH;

Entry fee for the course of 21.0975 km by 21 February 2017 is 450 UAH ;

Entry fee for the course of 21.0975 km from February 22 through August 31, 2017 is 610 UAH;

Entry fee for the course of 21.0975 km from September 1 through October 2, 2017 is 720 UAH;

Entry fee for the Relay 3×10+1×12.195 is to be announced later;

Entry fee for the course of 5 km, 10 km is to be announced later;

Entry fee for the course of 2 km is to be announced later.

Money transfer commission is not included in the entry fee amount stated above.

Entry fee payment is to be made online using  the Organizer’s website www.runukraine.org.

12. Refunding

According to the public offer agreement signed by a participant at the end of the Race registration process, funds paid to entry fee account are non-refundable.

13. Personal Data

Each entrant agrees to the use of personal data, photos, video or audio records reflecting their participation in the Race for the purposes of advertising the event without the Organizer having to obtain their consent and without any compensation followed.

All photo and video recordings of the Race accessible to the Organizer can be used by them as supporting documentation confirming the accuracy of the Race results, particularly, in case of any Race rules violations.

14. Starter's Packages, Receiving Starter's Packages

Handing out of “starter’s packages” is carried out on October 6 and 7 2017 at SportExpoUA 2017.

 

The “starter’s package” of a participant on the course of 42.195 km includes:

  • Race bib number
  • Results capturing electronic chip
  • Plastic bag
  • Number for receiving a bag with personal belongings from the locker room service;
  • Foil blanket to be received at the finish line;
  • Finisher’s medal (presented upon completion of the course within the established time limit).
  • Water and food at the finish line and designated food stations along the route;
  • On-line results diploma (available starting October 9)
  • Route map
  • The Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon Participant’s Guide
  • Music support on the route
  • Official wristband of the Race
  • Finisher’s package: an apple, a banana, water, refreshment stations along the route
  • Admission to the Open Run Day, a free outdoors training workout
  • Admission to SportExpoUA 201, an exhibition of sporting goods taking place on October 6 and 7

 

The “starter’s package” of a participant on the course of 21.0975 km includes:

  • Race bib number
  • Results capturing electronic chip
  • Plastic bag
  • Number for receiving a bag with personal belongings from the locker room service;
  • Foil blanket to be received at the finish line;
  • Finisher’s medal (presented upon completion of the course within the established time limit);
  • Water and food at the finish line and designated food stations along the route;
  • On-line results diploma (available starting October 9)
  • Route map
  • The Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon Participant’s Guide
  • Music support on the route
  • Official wristband of the Race
  • Finisher’s package: an apple, a banana, water, refreshment stations along the route
  • Admission to the Open Run Day, a free outdoors training workout
  • Admission to SportExpoUA 2016, an exhibition of sporting goods taking place on October 6 and 7

 

The “starter’s package” of a relay team 3×10+1×12.195 includes:

  • Race bib number – 4pcs.;
  • Results capturing electronic chip  – 1 pc.;
  • Belt to hold the result capturing electronic chip;
  • Plastic bag – 4 pcs.;
  • Number for receiving a bag with personal belongings from the locker room service – 4 pcs.;
  • Finisher’s medal – 4 pcs. (presented upon completion of the course within the established time limit);
  • Water and food at the finish line and designated food stations along the route;
  • On-line results diploma (available starting October 9);
  • Route map – 4 pcs.;
  • The Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon Participant’s Guide – 4 pcs.;
  • Music support on the route;
  • Official wristband of the Race – 4 pcs.;
  • Finisher’s package: an apple, a banana, water, refreshment stations along the route – 4 pcs.;
  • Admission to the Open Run Day, a free outdoors training workout;
  • Admission to SportExpoUA 2016, an exhibition of sporting goods taking place on October 6 and 7

 

The “starter’s package” of a participant on the course of 5 km, 10 km includes:

  • Race bib number;
  • Results capturing electronic chip;
  • Plastic bag;
  • Number for receiving a bag with personal belongings from the locker room service;
  • Water and food at the finish line;
  • On-line results diploma (available starting October 9);
  • Route map;
  • The Wizz Air Kyiv City Marathon Participant’s Guide;
  • Music support on the route;
  • Official wristband of the Race;
  • Finisher’s package: an apple, a banana, water;
  • Admission to the Open Run Day, a free outdoors training workout;
  • Admission to SportExpoUA 2016, an exhibition of sporting goods taking place on October 6 and 7

 

The “starter’s package” of a participant on the course of 2 km includes:

  • Race bib number;
  • Number for receiving a bag with personal belongings from the locker room service;
  • Water at the finish line;
  • Official wristband of the Race;
  • Finisher’s package: an apple, a banana, water.

 

The participant must pick up the starter’s package on the designated handing out date. Starter’s package ownership rights are transferred to the participant on the handing over date, regardless of his or her presence or absence. In case of no show, the Organizers take on the responsibility of preserving the goods for one calendar month starting from the date of the Race. During this month the participant can obtain it directly from the Organizers or arrange to have it delivered by the courier service at his or her own expense. After one calendar month from the date of the Race is over, the Organizers withdraw any liability for the security of the product and become entitled to dispose of it at any moment.

Participants are to pick up starter’s packages in person upon presentation of the starter letter and ID.

Participants that failed to use the opportunity to join the Race can obtain their starter’s package within 10 days after the competition at the Organizer’s office, having preliminary sent notification about their intention to do so by e-mail: [email protected] They also can place a request to have it delivered to a specified address.

Delivery of starter’s packages is done at the expense of the participant. If possible, the Organizer arranges for partners to provide free delivery.

15. Results and Scoring System

The scoring service is provided and ensured by:

  • Electronic timing system
  • Referees with a manual timekeeping only for the first 5 men and 5 women.

The Organizers warn that the electronic timing system has a certified results loss percentage, which is no more than 3% of the total number of devices.

The Race Organizing Committee does not guarantee capturing each individual participant’s results in the following cases:

  • Bib number attached incorrectly by the participant;
  • Participant running with somebody else’s bib number;
  • Bib number being torn, wrinkled or damaged in any other way;
  • Electronic chip being demagnetized, broken or damaged in any other way;
  • Bib number lost.

While on the course, the bib number must be preserved in the condition it was issued. It is strictly forbidden to remove, cover or damage it (cut, bend, etc.).

The Organizer is to make the preliminary protocol of the Race results available no later than the next day after the actual event on the site www.kyivmarathon.org.

Participants may appeal against the preliminary results within 5 calendar days after the publication by email: [email protected]

After this period, the preliminary results of the Race (modified if necessary) are considered final.

16. Time Limit

In athletic races the time limit is set to:

  • marathon (42.195 km) – 6 hours;
  • half marathon (21.0975km) – 3 hours;
  • 10 km run – 1 hour 20 minutes;
  • 5 km run – 40 minutes;
  • 2 km run – 20 minutes;
  • 100m, 500m, 1000m – no time limit

The participants who fail to comply with the time limits are removed from the Race and can continue on their own outside of the Race track (sidewalks, walkways, etc.) following the traffic rules of Ukraine.

17. Athletic Teams Races (Teams and Relays)

Mixed commercial and non-profit teams consisting of 4 people aged 14 and older are admitted to participate in relays.

If the organization is unable to recruit necessary 4 participants from among its members, it is free to invite volunteers.

Participation of all 4 team members is mandatory for the relay part of the Race.

The team is considered registered if its representative filled out an application, registration form and paid the entry fee for the team.

The procedure of assigning a participant to each relay phase is made at registration. The order of participants can be changed online up until 10 days before the Race in the personal profile at www.runukraine.org

During the relay race, the transmission procedure of the relay baton should take place in a designated transfer zone.

Infringement of any of the above rules will result in disqualification of the whole team.

The relay result is recorded at the finish of the last, fourth stage of the relay.

The overall team result is the sum of the official results of all four team members.

Payment for participation in the corporate relay is carried out with a bank transfer based on invoices issued by the Organizers. Documents confirming payment should be sent to the email address [email protected] not later than 10 days before the Race. All questions regarding organization of corporate relays must be sent to [email protected].

17.1. Relay for Corporate Teams

Mixed commercial and non-profit teams are admitted to participate in the relay.

One team consists of 4 people.

One institution may form one or more teams to participate in the corporate relay. The number of teams from one institution is not limited.

According to the results, the winners will be determined and awarded according to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in absolute championship. Also there will be winners determined in the specific segments of government and business market (for example, IT, banking, insurance, fitness industry, embassies etc.).

Each segment should have at least 5 teams participating.

If a segment has less than 5 teams, there is no award ceremony for the segment, the teams participate only in the absolute championship.

Please, notice! There will be a special gala evening exclusively for the participants of the corporate relay which would include award ceremony for the corporate teams.

If you have any questions regarding registration or other issues, please contact the corporate account manager:

Remizova Milana +38(068)847-60-10  [email protected]

18. Food and Hydration Stations

Food stations and hydration stations are located at 5; 10; 15; 21; 25; 27.5; 32.5; 35; 37.5; 40 km and at the finish line. They have water, medical care, food, toilets and volunteer assistance available.

19. Privileged Categories

19.1. Reduced registration for members of running clubs:

  • running club members receive a discount of 15% of the actual cost of registration at the time of payment, regardless of the number of participants.

19.2. Reduced registration provided for other categories of citizens of Ukraine (discount of 20% from the registration fee at the time of registration):

  • internally displaced persons from the ATO area ;
  • seniors (women aged 60 or older and men aged 60 or older).

19.3. Free registration is provided for the combatants and war veterans, invalids of 1, 2 groups on all courses except for the 2 km course.

A participant must submit individual application by writing a letter to [email protected], with the subject “Special Category”.

When submitting the application, you must enclose the documents according to your privilege: a copy of passport, pension ID, the certificate of combatant, the disabled pension certificate, a special certificate of internally displaced persons from the ATO area.

Registration packages and discounted registration are given out of specially allocated quota (maximum 50 people). If there is a discrepancy found when registering a participant according to his or her claimed special category, the registration shall be canceled without any compensation from the Organizers of the Race.

YOU CAN RECEIVE YOUR FREE OR DISCOUNTED STARTER’S PACKAGE ON OCTOBER 7 OR 8 BY PROVIDING THE ORIGINAL COPY OF CERTIFICATE OF COMBATANT OR WAR/ATO VETERAN, DISABILITY CERTIFICATE, PENSION ID OR SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS. YOU MUST PREVIOUSLY APPLY AT: [email protected]

20. Procedure of Determining Award Winners and Medalists

The award winners and medalists of the competition among athletes are determined according to the fact of finishing according to paragraph №165.24 (rules of IAAF).

21. Award ceremony

The prize scale is determined by the Organizers in every Race at the discretion of the Organizers

The monetary reward should be paid to the determined medalists of the Race in cash or by a non-cash transfer within 14 calendar days after the end of the Race. The payment is made to the bank account of the winner or by cash at the office of Organizers of the Race, Kyiv, 52-Б Dmytrivska street, Letter A, office 60. The monetary reward shall be paid only when the medalist provides originals and copies of their own documents: passport, individual tax code and application for payment of the reward. The medalist and the Organizer sign the appropriate document confirming the payment of reward.

The participant may be awarded late provided that the participant did not attend the award ceremony in his or her age group. In this case, the reward is sent by the Organizer by mail to the address specified by the participant at registration.

The Race Organizing Committee is not responsible for reward delivery if the participant indicated incorrect address.

All award winners and medalists receive prizes.

Marathon participant awarded in the absolute championship can not be awarded for a prize-winning place in his or her age group.

All participants of the marathon Race finishing during the control time receive a medal at the finish line.

 

21.1. Athletics Courses

42.195 km course:

For the 42.195 km course the award is given to those winning places 1 through 5 among men and women in absolute championship.

Prize scale (currency – hryvnia):

Place Men Women
1 15,000 15,000
2 10,000 10,000
3 5,000 5,000
4 3,000 3,000
5 2,000 2,000

For the 42.195 km course the award is given in age groups, places 1 through 3:

Men: 18-22, 23-29, 30-39, 40-49 50-59, 60-69, 70 and older

Women: 18-22, 23-29, 30-39, 40-49 50-59, 60-69, 70 and older

The age group is assigned based on the actual age of the participant at the time of the Race.

All award winners and medalists receive prizes.

Age groups Men Women
1st place 2nd place 3rd place 1st place 2nd place 3rd place
18-22 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
23-29 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
30-39 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
40-49 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
50-59 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
60-69 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500
70+ 1, 200 750 500 1, 200 750 500

Please, notice: the winners of the course of 42.195 km (men and women places 1 through 5) can not be awarded in age groups.

21.0975 km course:

For the 21.0975 km courses the award is given to those winning places 1 through 3 among men and women in absolute championship.

Please, notice! There is no winners in age groups!

10 km course, relay 3×10+1×12.195, 5 km course, 2 km course

For the 5 km and 10 km courses the award is given to those winning places 1 through 3 among men and women in absolute championship.

The award winners and medalists receive prizes.

For the relay 3×10+1×12.195 the award is given to those winning places 1 through 3 among the teams in absolute championship.

The award winners and medalists receive prizes.

For the 2 km course the award is given only for the 1st place among men and women in absolute championship.

The winners receive prizes.

22. Protests and claims. Deadlines for protests and claims

The participant has a right to protest or submit a claim to the panel of judges, consisting of: the Head Referee, the Senior Referee of the starting-finish area and the Head Secretary within 30 minutes after his/her finish.

Protests and claims may include:

  • Protests and claims affecting the distribution of prizes;
  • Protests and claims regarding inaccuracies in the measurement of the time the party took to run the distance;
  • Protests and claims regarding disqualification for unsportsmanlike behavior.

The rest of the claims may be ignored by the panel due to lack of significance (this includes typos, incorrect personal data, etc.).

When submitting a claim, the participant must provide the following information:

  • First and last name (anonymous claims will not be considered);
  • Nature of claim (what the claim is about);
  • Materials that prove error (photo, video).

The data of individual measuring timepieces will not be accepted.

Claims are only accepted from participants of the competition or from third parties that are official representatives of the participants.

Deadlines for protests and claims, and the manner of their presentation:

  • Protests and claims affecting the distribution of prizes in the absolute championship are accepted by the panel of judges in writing or orally starting with the announcement of winners and until the official awards ceremony.
  • Distribution of prizes may be reviewed by the panel of judges after the ceremony only if detecting violations of existing rules by the winner and if it was impossible to detect said violations before the awards ceremony.
  • The decision on the revision of distribution of prizes is made by the Race Director.
  • The participant has the right to protest or submit a claim on other matters within three calendar days after the end of the Race.

Protest or claim should be submitted in writing to the email address [email protected]

23. Disqualification

The panel of judges reserves the right to disqualify a participant if:

  • Participant ran under the registered number of another party;
  • Participant cut the distance;
  • Participant ran the distance for which he or she was not registered;
  • Participant used improvised means of transportation (bike, scooter, auto, etc.);
  • Participant started the Race before the official start;
  • Participant started the Race after the starting line was closed;
  • Participant ran to the finish line after the finish line was closed;
  • Participant started the Race not at the starting line;
  • Participant ran without official Race participant number;

Participant displayed unsportsmanlike behavior.

24. Travel permit

The travel permits will be marked by a representative of the NGO “Run Ukraine” only upon receiving the starter’s package the day before the Race.

25. Information sources

Details of the Race can be found on the official site www.kyivmarathon.org.

The Organizing Committee is not responsible for information on any other resources

The list of institutions for a medical checkup eligible and meet the requirements are here

Parental Consent of the parents (legal representatives) allowing participation of a minor in a race on the course of 10 km/10 km relay

Parental Consent of the parents (legal representatives) allowing participation of a minor in a race on the course of 5 km.