Entry fees are non-refundable; race numbers and entries cannot be transferred to another year or person.
This means once the Integreon International Charity Challenge has received the participant’s registration entry, they will not receive a refund if they cannot participate. Athletes may not give or sell their number to anyone else. Refunds will not be issued if the event is cancelled because of weather, natural disaster or other unforeseen circumstances.
Participating in a road or trail race is a potentially hazardous activity. Participants should be medically able and properly trained to participate in the Integreon International Charity Challenge. The participant understands the risks associated with running this event, including, but not limited to, weather, traffic, course conditions and surfaces, falls and contact with other runners, volunteers, or spectators. Wheelchair entrants must wear helmets at all times.
Medical support for this event will be provided by volunteer personnel who may be called upon to provide assistance, including first aid, during or after the event. Medical volunteers will assist participants as necessary or appropriate. By entering and participating in a road race, entrants agree to treatment by medical personnel, and also agree to accept medical decisions related to the entrants ability to participate or continue in the race.
IMPAIRED RUNNER POLICY:
Medical or race management personnel are authorized to remove any runner deemed impaired without an automatic disqualification. To be allowed to continue, the participant must:
- be able to proceed in a straight path toward the finish line;
- be able to explain who they are, where they are and what they are doing;
- appear clinically fit to proceed with good skin color and appearance
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
Participant in the Integreon International Charity Challenge agree to obey and accept the rules of the race and any related events and abide by the decision of any race official concerning the runner’s ability to safely complete the race.
The following items are not permitted in the Integreon International Charity Challenge:
- dogs on leashes or other pets,
- skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, baby joggers, or any other types of vehicles
- pacers (anyone participating in any portion of the race without a proper race number/bib will be removed from the course)
These regulations are for the safety of the athletes participating in the race. The Integreon International Charity Challenge reserves the right to disqualify and remove anyone from the course at any time.
The Integreon International Charity Challenge requests that participants refrain from the use of headphones of any type on the event courses. The request is for not only the safety of the participant, but also spectators and volunteers.
To enjoy all that our race has to offer and for the safety of all participants, the Integreon International Charity Challenge encourages a headphone-free environment during the race. We believe your race experience and those around you will be greatly enhanced by leaving the headphones at home or in the car. Running headphone-free allows opportunities to develop camaraderie with your fellow runners and to enjoy everything the race has to offer.
Volunteers and spectators will be on course cheering you on and providing directions to help get you to the finish line. Runner safety is a top priority for our event. Please be mindful of the other participants and respect the race personnel to ensure a safe and enjoyable race for everyone.
During the Integreon Charity Challenge events there is always the potential for extreme or severe weather conditions (for example: lightning, tornado, high winds, extreme hot or cold temperatures, etc...). We will do as much as we can to make the experience as safe as possible, however, if there is severe weather, the race may be delayed as race officials consult public safety officers. If there is more than a reasonable delay, or if conditions persist, race officials reserve the right to shorten or reschedule the race. Entry fees are non-refundable. Please check the website and your email before the race for any changes or cancellations. If you are already at the event, listen to the race officials about any weather changes that may occur.
Participants also grant the Integreon International Charity Challenge the right to take photographs of themselves, including family, in connection with the above-identified event. Participants authorize Integreon, its assigns and transferees to copyright, use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. By participating in the Integreon International Charity Challenge athletes also agree that Integreon may use such photographs with or without the participant’s name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and social media content.
Tobacco is prohibited in all Integreon International Charity Challenge event areas. Tobacco includes, but is not limited to: cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chew, snuff, etc. This tobacco-free policy applies to all board members, event participants, volunteers and the general public while in attendance.
Alcohol is prohibited in all Integreon International Charity Challenge event areas. Alcohol inlcudes, but is not limited to: beer, wine, wine coolers, rum, whiskey, vodka, etc. This alcohol-free policy applies to all board members, event participants, volunteers and the general public while in attendance.
State of North Dakota and Fargo sales tax is added to all Integreon International Charity Challenge transactions.