Article 1. Organisers

The Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls is organised by Elitechip SL., with the consent of the Balearic Island Federation of Athletics, Consell Insular de Menorca and the 8 town halls of the island of Menorca.

Article 2. Races.

Due to the Covid-19 measures, a different agenda is established than the one that was usually developed, with tests or finishes for 3 days to avoid congestion, also in the shorter distance tests a system of differentiated exits will be implemented with 30-40 minutes between them, in the tests PTCS Petit Trail South Coast – 44km and the STCN Short Trail North Coast – 27km. The PTCS Petit Trail Costa Nord – 58km is also dispensed with, and the PTCS Petit Trail Costa Nord – 39km is recovered, starting from the Cala El Pilar car park.
With these measures we ensure social distancing, we avoid congestion, both at the exits and at the first refreshment station. In addition, we will ensure that the arrival time to META is longer and therefore safer among the participants.
The tests that are modified by the Covid19, will have the following schedules of those defined in previous years, the tests of TMCdC of 185 km, TMCN of 100 km and the TMCS of 85 km, will not undergo significant changes.

sheduled times

Divendres día 21 de maig

  • 06:00h Start 1 TMCdC 185k.
  • 15:00h Start PTCS 44k REDUÏDA
  • 15:00h Start 1 PTCS 44k.
  • 15:30h Start 2 PTCS 44k.
  • 16:00h Start 3 PTCS 44k.

Dissabte 22 de maig

  • 06:00h Start TMCN 100k.
  • 06:00h Start TMCN 100k REDUÏDA
  • 06:00h Start TMCdC 185k ETAPA 2
  • 06:30h Start TMCS 85k

Diumenge 23 de maig

  • 08:00h Start 1 STCN 27k.
  • 08:40h Start 2 STCN 27k.
  • 09:20h Start 3 STCN 27k.
  • 09:00h Start PTCN 39k.
  • 09:30h Start PTCN 39k.

The Menorca Camí de Cavalls Trail is an event that brings together the 2 sides being both a tourist and a sporting event. On the one hand, it is a “non-stop” competition, and on the other hand it has its playful part, as well as being a personal challenge open to anyone with the sole aim of participating and finishing the race. or walking.
It is an event that has six distances of a self-sufficient nature through the GR-223 trail and will be held on May 21, 22 and 23, 2021.
The six tests are Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls CdC of 185 kilometers, Trail Menorca Costa Nord TMCN of 100 kilometers, Trail Menorca Costa Sud TMCS of 85 kilometers, Petit Trail Costa Nord PTCN of 39 kilometers and Petit Trail Costa Sud PTCS of 44 kilometers , and finally a Mini test, the 27 km STCN Short Trail

Article 2.1.

  • TMCdC – Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls CdC – 185KM and D+ 3500 metres: This is the most important and the longest race. It is the primary programme of the whole event. Its route covers the whole island, with the 186 km of the GR-223 trail. The TMCdC will begin in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella on Friday 21th may 2021.
    • IMPORTANT:  The race will have two different start times. The first will be at 8:30 a.m. for beginners with less experience and a slower pace. They will have 40 hours to complete the course. The second will be at 2:30 p.m. and will have a total time of 34 hours. The departure time will determine which cut-off point each runner must follow. Cut-off points may not be changed during the race.  Not meeting these times will lead to disqualification.
  • TMCN Trail Menorca Costa Nord – 100KM and D+ 2300 metres: This race covers the entire North stretch of the GR-223, starting in the municipality of Mahon and ending in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella. It will start in the early hours of the morning between Friday 21th and Saturday 21 May 2021 at 01:00 a.m. from park Rochina of the Port of Mahon. Click here for the location.
  • TMCS Trail Menorca Costa Sud – 85KM and D+ 1200 metres: This race covers the entire South stretch of the GR-223 trail, starting in the municipality of Es Castell and ending in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella. It will start on Saturday 22th may 2021 at 6:30 a.m. from the Es Castell local football ground.
  • PTCN Petit Trail Costa Nord – 39KM: This race corresponds to approximately 1/4 of the GR-223 on its north face, will start at the Cala El Pilar beach car park and the finish line will be located in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella. The departure will be on Sunday 23 May 2021 at 9.00 am on Carrer Cami in Tramuntana de Fornells. There will be 2 departure shifts at 9:00 am and 9:30 am, which can be chosen at the time of registration.
  • PTCS Petit Trail Costa Sud – 44KM: This race covers approximately 1/4 of the southern section of the GR-223 trail. It will start in the municipality of Es Migjorn Gran and end in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella. It will start on Friday 21th may 2021 at 15:00 a.m. at Poliesportiu d’Es Migjorn Gran. There will be 3 departure shifts at 15:00 am, 15:40 am and 16:20 am, which can be chosen at the time of registration.
  • STCN Short Trail Costa Nord- 27KM: This race covers a reduced distance of the northern section which is ideal for beginners or runners who feel more comfortable with short distances. It has a very low level of difficulty and includes a stretch of several kilometres in an area of outstanding beauty. It will start in the car park of Playa de Algaiarens (La Vall) and end in the parking camí de sa Farola,17 in Ciutadella. Departure will be on Sunday 23th may 2021 at 8:00 am. from the car park of Playa de Algaiarens. There will be 3 departure shifts at 8:00 am, 8:40 am and 9:20 am, which can be chosen at the time of registration.

Article 2.2. Transfer to starting points.

Each race, with the exception of the 185 km race, will have a shuttle service to take the runner from the finish to the starting point. The price is €5 (it can be booked at the time of registration or when collecting the race number).

Check the schedules of the transfers Here

Article 2.3. Collecting race numbers.

The race numbers, included in the runners’ bags, can be collected from in a place yet to be determined, in Ciutadella. Each runner must collect their race number and sign the LIABILITY DISCLAIMER to be only collecting race numbers. The schedule of collecting race numbers pick up will be:

  • Thursday 20th May 2021: From 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. For the runners of the races of TMCdC 185 km, TMCN 100 km and PTCS 44 km.
  • Friday 21st May 2021: From 10 AM to 12PM and 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. For the runners of the races of TMCN 100 km, TMCS 85 km and PTCS 44 km.
  • Saturday 22nd May 2021: From 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM. For the runners of the races of PTCN 39 km and STCN 27 km.

In the event of not being able to collect the race number for justified reasons, there are two options:

  1. Sending another person who is authorised to collect it. This person must present:
    • A photocopy or photograph of the original Identification Document of the runner who the race number belongs to.
    • Proof of registration.
    • Special document required when a third party is going to collect the race number. This document will be available on the website one month before the race.
    •  In the event of collecting race numbers for runners, who are members of a federation, they must also present a photocopy or photo of the corresponding membership licence. In the event of not presenting the corresponding membership licence accreditation, the competition insurance must be paid (7€ for 185 km, 100 km or 85 km and 4€ for the 58 km, 45 km or 27 km ).
  2. You can send an email giving any reasons to coordination@trailmenorca.com. If the reasons are deemed valid, the race number can be picked up on the day of the race before departure.

Article 3. Acceptance of regulations

Registration implies complete acceptance of the content of these regulations. These regulations must be strictly adhered to by all those participating in any of the six races of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls.

 The organisers reserve the right to modify, interpret and change these regulations to aid the successful running of the event. The race manager, general coordinator and event judges are authorised to definitively rule on any disagreement or dispute relating to the regulations.

To check that you have the latest version, you should consult the review section of these regulations which indicates the date of the latest version.

Article 4. The race and the trail.

The Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls is run almost entirely on the trail of the Great Route, the GR-223, a route which has more than 2,200 wooden milestones that mark the trail. The organisers will add to the signage at the points where they consider it necessary with barrier tapes and signage specifically designed for the race. Runners will be predominantly directed by the wooden milestones, while the presence of onlookers will be merely circumstantial. Orienteering also plays an important role within the competition.

–          The route planner for any of the six races can be found on the official race website (www.trailmenorca.es). Any changes or modifications to the route will be published on the website, as well as on the social media profiles of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls on Facebook Instagram and on Twitter. The route may be changed due to issues with administrative permits.

–          The route will not be closed to the traffic so runners must take extreme precautions and respect other road users in the areas where they may meet.

–          During the course of any of the six races of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls, including relays, the runners must follow the instructions of the organisers at all times. Failure to do so will result in immediate disqualification.

–          The race will be controlled electronically through the Elitechip timing chip. The runners must carry the chip throughout the race, placing it on their shoe next to the ankle. Placing it elsewhere may lead to incorrect readings.

–          The organisers will place control points along the route to ensure that the runners complete the route, as well as recording the times of each runner.

–          The organisers will place two/three undisclosed checkpoints along the Camí de Cavalls to avoid any cheating, such as shortcuts. Any runner who does not pass by these checkpoints will incur time penalties which if they are accumulative and repetitive, can lead to disqualification.

–          Taking shortcuts is strictly prohibited and is grounds for disqualification. Any complaint on this matter should be supported by a photograph or video in which the runner is identified as well as the exact point on the route. If the claim is found to be true, it can lead to the disqualification of the runner.

Article 5. Participation.

Participation is open to all those people who correctly complete the registration process and make the necessary payments depending on the race they choose. In addition, each runner must complete and sign a specific liability disclaimer which will only be issued at the time the race number is collected from the location detailed in point 2.3 of these regulations. If an athlete is having their race number collected by a third party, the disclaimer will be included in the special document required when a third party is going to collect the race number.

When registration is being formalised, the runner must also acknowledge, accept and fulfil the following recommendations:

– The runners must respect the environment where they race and keep the area clean. Therefore, it is prohibited and is grounds for disqualification and fines, to leave any rubbish outside of the containers supplied for this purpose. The judges may take this measure based on the witness statement of any member of the organisation body of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls.

–  The minimum age for taking part is 18 on the day of the race and it is not allowed for underage athletes to take part in any circumstances.

– The organisers recommend that runners undergo a medical check-up prior to taking part in this competition and ensure that they are in an optimal physical condition for taking part in this ultra-resistance discipline. The organisers reserve the right to prohibit or cancel a registration, or withdraw a runner, if they have serious reason to believe that the runner does not meet the minimum medical requirements or has not suitably trained for the various Trails; in the case of the 185 km distance, a more comprehensive medical examination will be performed.

– It is strictly forbidden to receive any external help or provisioning outside of the points the organisers have established for this purpose. This may be grounds for disqualification. This measure will be applied absolutely in the case of athletes who finish in the top 10 places of their category. This measure will not apply in situations of vital necessity.

– It is strictly forbidden to run any stage of the race or run large sections of more than 500 m or 1,000 m, with people who are not registered in the race and this may be grounds for disqualification.

– All runners, regardless of the distance they are running, must wear the race numbers provided by the organisers of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls at all times in a visible place such as on the chest, and it may not be trimmed, folded or modified. They should also have a means of communication (mobile, spotlight, etc.) and in particular their personal ID throughout the race.

– The various races of the Trail Menorca Cami de Cavalls are self-supported distances, i.e. you are required to carry liquid and solid foods during the race, in addition to other safety essentials, as indicated in the corresponding section, due to the simple fact that the gaps between provision stations varies between 10 and 20 km.

– There is a zero-tolerance policy towards improper conduct, the misuse of materials issued by the provision stations or the misuse of the fixtures of the GR-223, such as the barriers, stone walls, etc. Any unjustified inappropriate behaviour shall result in immediate disqualification.

– The GR-223 has numerous milestones (approximately 2,2000 throughout the course). It is very important to have a good sense of direction as direction also plays an important part in the competition. Tape will only be placed at specific points and the race will be marked out predominantly by the GR-223 milestones. However, the organisers will mark out or add to existing markers in the most difficult areas, especially urban areas, where marking can leave a lot to be desired.

Article 6. Cut-off times

The runners will have a time limit for each of the six routes which form part of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls. All runners who reach a checkpoint outside of this time limit will be eliminated from the race. They will not be allowed to continue, not even under their own responsibility; they will be required to hand in their race number and chip (in the event of a hired chip) and sign a document, available at each provision station, which explicitly confirms their withdrawal from the race.

IMPORTANT: Runners may only withdraw from or abandon the race at the checkpoints. In the event of a medical emergency or a similar situation, the appropriate protocols will be activated. For any other athletes who may be thinking about withdrawing form the race, they must carefully calculate the distance between provision stations if they are in any doubt, to avoid borderline situations and take part in the appropriate control at the authorised checkpoint.

–  These are the time limits for each route:

  • TMCdC Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls CdC – 185KM
    • TMCdC 185 km Departure at 8:30 a.m.: 40 hours.

IMPORTANT: Runners who depart at this time may not pass the 100-km control point in Es Castell before 00:30 a.m. on Saturday 22th may 2021 In the women’s race, the time for this control point is 01:30 a.m.

  • TMCdC 185 km Departure at 2:30 p.m.: 34 hours.

IMPORTANT: The runners who start at a certain time must reach the time limits which correspond to that time, otherwise they will be eliminated.

  • TMCN Trail Menorca Costa Nord – 100KM: 22 hours
  • TMCS Trail Menorca Costa Sud – 85KM:     18 hours
  • PTCN Petit Trail Costa Nord- 39KM:             8:30 hours
  • PTCS Petit Trail Costa Sur – 45KM                  9:30 hours
  • STCN Short Trail Costa Nord 27 km      6:30 hours           
  • IMPORTANT: Before the race, the information about cut-off times at each provision station will be published on the website www.trailmenorca.es.

Article 7. Registration, prices and deadlines.

We are working on the 2021 edition, we know that the situation is complicated at the moment, but our intention is to offer you the best possible proof, as we have always wanted to offer.

Right now we need to be cautious, and adapt to the situation predicted for May 2021.

You’ll have news soon

Article 7.2. What is included in the price?

  • Participation in the event.
  • Finisher t-shirt.

T- shirts will be delivered in the number pick up area. The change of sizes can be done on Saturday in the incidence tent and depending on the remaining sizes available.

If you have already registered, you can request a different size by sending an e-mail to info@trailmenorca.com.

– Official race magazine

o  Runner’s bag with local products.

  • Race Video and Photo Service
  • Official digital race magazine
  • Digital Briefing
  • Runner bag with a local product
  • Online monitoring via an Elitechip App

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  • Live video streaming at various points in the race
  • Finishing line services: Large screen, photo finisher, etc.
  • Medical attention
  • Provisions at designated points.
  • Closing Ceremony. Sunday at 12:00 (location to be determined) Limited capacity.

Article 7.3. What is not included in the price?

o   If the runner is not a member of a federation, they must take out a day’s medical insurance at 7€ for the 185KM, 100KM or 85KM races, and at 4€ for the 39KM, 45KM and 27KM.

o   The race will be timed using the Championchip / MyLaps systems, so any runners who do not have a yellow chip will have two hire one at a cost of €3. At the end of the race, they will have to be returned to the orange coloured Elitechip tents.

o   Bus transfer to go from the finish line to the start line before the start of the race, €5. Information schedule is available for any race HERE

Article 8. Categories

–          Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls (TMCdC)

  • Absolute (male and female)
  • Under-23 (male and female)
  • Senior (male and female)
  • Veterans 40 (male and female)
  • Veterans 50 (male and female)

–          Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls Relay (TMCdC)

  • Male
  • Female
  • Mixed – At least 2 female athletes

–          Trail Menorca Costa Nord (TMCN) and Trail Menorca Costa Sud (TMCS)

  • Absolute (male and female)
  • Under-23 (male and female)
  • Senior (male and female)
  • Veterans (male and female)
  • Veterans 50 (male and female)

–          Petit Trail Costa Nord (PTCN), Petit Trail Costa Sud (PTCS) and Short Trail Camí Nord (STCN)

  • Absolute (male and female)

IMPORTANT: The awards are not cumulative.

Article 9. Cash prizes

The organisers, together with the sponsors, are offering significant cash prizes for the first three finishers of the 185-kilometre Trail Menorca Cami de Cavalls (TMCdC) – both in the men’s and women’s event. The prizes are:

  • First place – Grand Prize €1,000
  • Second place – Grand Prize €500
  • Third place – Grand Prize € 300

Article 10. Claims and penalties

Any runner can make a complaint, submitting it in writing with a €60 deposit for the complaint to be processed. This payment will be returned should the claim be resolved in their favour.

If one runner would like to make a complaint about another runner due to some form of cheating, such as taking a shortcut, they must issue as evidence a photograph or video in which the runner is identified, their race number and the location where the incident took place.

In case of doubt, the runner in question must submit the track they will have run, with proof that they are the owner and author.

Article 10.1 Penalties.

INFRINGEMENT PENALTY
Doing any kind of cheating Immediate disqualification and the runner in question will be banned from taking part in future editions of the event.
Not attending to a runner in distress Immediate disqualification and the runner in question will be banned from taking part in future editions of the event.
Unsportsmanlike conduct towards other runners or organisers Disqualification
Ignoring stewards, suppliers of provisions, doctors or nurses. Disqualification
Not wearing obligatory clothing or material during the race Disqualification
Receiving external assistance outside of the designated areas 15-minute time penalty
Going off-track to shorten distances First penalty: 15-minute time penalty Second penalty: 30-minute time penalty Third penalty: Disqualification
Throwing any type of rubbish, finding any waste associated to the race number or not having race number written on wrapping/packaging First penalty: 30-minute time penalty Second penalty: 1-hour time penalty Third penalty: Disqualification

Infractions 7 and 8 (Exit the path and litter) if they are made within the protected spaces, will have twice the penalty.

Article 11. Obligatory material

All runners in the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls must wear the obligatory clothing which may be complemented by other material recommended by the organisers. Before each departure and in some provision stations, the judges will perform a safety check on some athletes chosen randomly to ensure that they are carrying all necessary material. If this is not the case, they will not be able to start or continue in the race and they will be disqualified.

–          TMCdC Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls – 185KM and TMCN Trail Menorca Costa Nord – 100KM

  • Camelback or belt type hydration systems with minimum capacity of 1 L.
  • White front facing light and red rear light. In Xarxa Natura areas, front facing lights of more than 50 lumens or with a reach of more than 50 metres are not allowed. These areas will be appropriately marked out by organisers.
  • Waterproof jacket with breathable membrane (Gore-Tex or similar)
  • National identification document or passport or Federation membership card.
  • Thermal blanket
  • Mobile with battery and enough credit, with the telephone number of the organisers recorded.
  • Whistle.
  • The race number written on all packaging of gels, bars and so on.
  • Glass or container for drinking at the provision stations (no glasses will be provided at provision stations in order to reduce waste).
  • Race number and chip
  • Obligatory insurance

–          TMCS Trail Menorca Costa Sud – 85KM

  • Camelback or belt type hydration systems with minimum capacity of 1 L.
  • White front facing light and red rear light. In Xarxa Natura areas, front facing lights of more than 50 lumens or with a reach of more than 50 metres are not allowed. These areas will be appropriately marked out by organisers.
  • National identification document or passport or Federation membership card.
  • Thermal blanket
  • Mobile with battery and enough credit, with the telephone number of the organisers recorded.
  • Whistle.
  • The race number written on all packaging of gels, bars and so on.
  • Glass or container for drinking at the provision stations (no glasses will be provided at provision stations in order to reduce waste).
  • Race number and chip
  • Obligatory insurance
  • Petit Trail Costa Sud – 44KM
  • White front facing light and red rear light
  • Camelback or belt type hydration systems with minimum capacity of 0.5 L.
  • National identification document or passport or Federation membership card.
  • Thermal blanket
  • Mobile with battery and enough credit, with the telephone number of the organisers recorded.
  • Whistle.
  • The race number written on all packaging of gels, bars and so on.
  • Glass or container for drinking at the provision stations (no glasses will be provided at provision stations in order to reduce waste).
  • Race number and chip
  • Obligatory insurance

–          Petit Trail Costa Nord – 39KM and STCN Short Trail Costa Nord 27 km

  • Camelback or belt type hydration systems with minimum capacity of 0.5 L.
  • National identification document or passport or Federation membership card.
  • Thermal blanket
  • Mobile with battery and enough credit, with the telephone number of the organisers recorded.
  • Whistle.
  • The race number written on all packaging of gels, bars and so on.
  • Glass or container for drinking at the provision stations (no glasses will be provided at provision stations in order to reduce waste).
  • Race number and chip
  • Obligatory insurance

–          Equipment recommended by organisers (provided that it is not deemed to be compulsory due to adverse conditions such as the weather):

  • Food supplies.
  • Wind breaker or raincoat.
  • Waterproof jacket with breathable membrane (Gore-Tex or similar) It is COMPULSORY for 185KM and 100KM.
  • Sun cream.
  • Cloth.
  • Bandage.
  • Vaseline.
  • Money.
  • Handkerchiefs.
  • Mountain footwear.
  • Technical apparel.
  • Cap or hat.
  • Watch or heart rate monitor.

Article 12. Abandoning the race

For suitable control of the runners who are in the race and their safety, anybody who wishes to retire from the race may do so at a provision station. At these locations, there will also be a free bus service offering transfer to the finish line exclusively for runners.

In the event of not being able to abandon the race at a provision station, the runner must notify the organisers of their decision.

In any event, the runner must sign a document to state their decision to retire from the race.

Article 13. External help

All routes of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls are self-supported in nature, so every runner must be aware of the amount of water and food they need between one provision station and another.

No type of external help is allowed, except for the assistance which the runners on the 185Km TMCdC, 100Km TMCN and 85Km TNCS may receive at the provision stations of Platges de Fornells (km 50), Es Castell (km 100) and Cala Sant Tomàs (km 144).

IMPORTANT: The runners on the 185-kilometre Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls may hand in a case or ‘lifeline bag’ which will be at their disposal at the provision station of Es Castell (km 100 approximately). This will be returned to them at the finish line.

In the case of the runners on the 100-kilometre Trail Menorca Costa Nord the external assistance point is at Platges de Fornells (km 50) while for those on the 85-kilometre Trail Menorca Costa Sud – the external assistance point is at Cala Santo Tomás (km 44).

In the Petit Trail and Short Trail, no type of external assistance is permitted.

Nor is it allowed in any of the races to run alongside people not involved in the race who may act as pacemakers, either on foot or on bicycle.

The only exception for receiving assistance is in the case of a medical emergency.

Article 14. Provisions

For the suitable running of the race, the organisers of the Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls will set up various provision stations on each of the routes which make up the event.

ATTENTION: Due to the current exceptionality moment, aid provisions areas are kept to a minimum and adapted to the measures established by the health authorities.

  • Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls CdC – 185 kilometres: 14 provision stations and finish line.
  • Trail Menorca Costa Nord TMCN – 100 kilometres: 8 provision stations and finish line.
  • Trail Menorca Costa Sud TMCS – 85 kilometres: 6 provision stations and finish line.
  • Petit Trail Costa Nord – 39 kilometres: 3 provision stations and finish line.
  • Petit Trail Costa Sud – 44 kilometres: 4 provision stations and finish line.
  • Short Trail Costa Nord 27 km: 2 provision stations and finish line.

 Article 14.1. Type of provisions.

Due to the current exceptionality, the aid stations will be reduced to a minimum and will be adapted to the measures established by the Health Authorities.

There will be two types of product services in aid stations throughout the test:

Liquid: You will find water, soft drinks, isotonic drinks and nuts. Only for the 185 km, 100 km and 85 km tests will solid and hot products be added.

Complete: In addition to what you will find in the solid there will be hot food like pasta with sauce, boiled potato, broth, and chicken among other things.

IMPORTANT NOTE: There will only be 3 complete aid stations located in: Platges de Fornells, Es Castell and Sant Tomàs.

The complete information of what will be in each provisioning will be on the website www.trailmenorca.es and the event magazine.

Article 14.2 Gluten-free food.

The organisers will offer gluten-free food for those who require it. It will mostly be found in the provision stations offering complete dishes. For any other special food or gluten-free requirements, please notify us by email at contacto@elitechip.net.

Article 15. Image rights

The organisers may use images, videos and sound from the runners during the race, including the build-up and aftermath, from the moment the race numbers are collected to the awards ceremony and transfer of the runners. In accepting these regulations, which is implied by participation, the organisers are allowed to use the related images with no time limit.

Article 16. Cancellations

Cancellations will only be admitted from registered athletes who notify the organisers before 1 September 2020 by email at info@trailmenorca.com. 75% of the registration fee will be returned. No refunds are given after that date.

In the event that the test must be suspended, cancelled or cannot be held due to external factors inherent to the organization, such as, for example; alert Orange or red for meteorological reasons, or that the emergency services cannot cover the test for other serious emergencies, such as a fire, a landslide. That the Camí de Cavalls route cannot be used due to a forest fire, or is impassable due to the fall of trees, or any other incident that the organization is not directly responsible for, the organization reserves the right to modify routes, cancel sections, or simply cancel the test, without the right to any compensation, or refund of the registration amounts by the organization to those registered, however, the organization will try to offer the best alternatives in extreme and highly unlikely cases such as those exposed.

Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls offers runners different options:

Exceptional measure COVID-19. Exceptional measure COVID-19: In the event of a definitive suspension of the 2020 edition due to the health crisis, all those registered in any challenges of Camí de Cavalls Trail Menorca will automatically become registered in the 2021 edition. In this case, the Participant must not carry out any management.

All the registered ones can acquire BONUSSES for the total amount of the inscription in tests organized by the Elitechip SL. In this case, write us: info@trailmenorca.com

As a last option, you can request a full refund that will be provided in 75% by returning the total amount in the same bank card number with which the payment was made and the remaining 25% in BONUSSES to participate in competitions organized by Elitechip SL Company. After a deep reflection in which the centre of our thoughts has been to offer the maximum facilities to our participants in a fair and equitable way, we adopt this formula in order to alleviate the irrecoverable and duly justified expenses that The organization of the test requires us both on a material and human level.

We want to facilitate the procedures and / or doubts. You can contact us through the following email: info@trailmenorca.com

Article 17. ENVIRONMENTAL Issues

Participation in any of the Trail Menorca Cami de Cavalls races involves awareness and acceptance of these rules which affect the environment:

–          Part of the races will take place in protected areas which are home to flora and fauna which are very delicate and vulnerable. Therefore, all runners must act with care and responsibility.

– It is only allowed to use poles with rubber tips or the corresponding rubber plugs.

–          These areas will be duly signposted with a sign: Fragile Natural Area. These are:

  • The dunes of Cavalleria and Cala Mica.
  • The dunes of Binimel·là and Cala Pregondó
  • The dunes of Cala Pilaristema dunar de Cala Pilar
  • The woodland area between the Macar de Alforinet and Cala Ses Fontanelles
  • The stretch between Ses Ancollès and the airfield of Son Angladó (Cala Morell)

–          In these areas IT IS PROHIBITED TO:

  • Use any type of device which may make loud noises.
  • Leave the designated route.
  • Shout or make loud noises.
  • Throw away containers, packaging and any type of litter or waste in these areas or any other in the race. Special containers will be made available at each provision station. Each runner must mark their gels, bars, and so forth, with their race number. If any packaging is found with this race number on, the runner may face penalties.

It is only allowed to use poles with rubber tips.

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