1. Safety rules for contestants
1.1. By signing into the competition on his own risk, the contestant gives up on any right of requesting compensation or of resorting to court against any person involved in the organization of this competition, the partners or the sponsors of the event for possible material damages or accidents.
1.2. All of the contestants need to sign “The Liability Waver” to be able to participate in the races.
1.3. The contestants need to take responsibility for their physical and mental capacity to compete.
1.4. It is recommended that all the contestants are covered with an insurance for sport practitioners.
1.5. The contestants will get familiar to the track and its difficulty level before going on the first run.
1.6. The contestants need to compete only by using the natural speed and their abilities, through individual effort, in accordance with the rules and the fair play principles of sport.
1.7. When involved into a serious accident, the contestants won’t depart from the venue without leaving their name or address, if it’s possible in a reasonable way.
1.8. The contestants won’t embark or debark from the cable car only in the specially arranged and design areas.
1.9. The contestants have the obligation to keep the gondola clean. Smoking and alcohol consumption is strictly forbidden in the gondola, therefore breaking this rule will lead to granting the access in the gondola.
1.10. The contestants will make sure not to destroy, deteriorate estates or objects from the Pasul Vulcan Resort and its surroundings.
1.11. The contestants must not be under the influence of alcohol or hallucinogenic substances.
1.12. The safety it’s on the first place and the responsibility of each contestant and it needs to be fully watched by each person and each practitioner of the sport.
1.13. In case of default at the starting line through abandonment or withdrawal by any reason, the fee won’t be returned. In case a contestant decides to retreat during the competition, he is obligated to announce the closest organizer and he will have to sign on the arbitrary paper. The failure to announce the withdrawal will lead to a search and rescue operation (police, rescue and dispensary crews), and these costs will be covered by the contestant.
1.14. The organizers reserve the rights to stop from competing a contestant in case he got injured after the start and his condition doesn’t allow him to continue the race, or in any other special case.
1.15. The organizer can ban any contestant’s starting in the competition in case he is intoxicated or under the effect of any hallucinogenic substances, substances which weaken/ exhaust the contestants physical or psychic.
1.16. The contestants and the organizers are obliged to make sure that the protection equipment is in good condition and it doesn’t show any risk or limit of protection in case of injury.
1.17. All of the contestants should wear full protective equipment, associated to the discipline of choice (ex. Downhill). These include: full face helmet (MANDATORY), back protector, slide gloves, knee/elbow pads and a full leather suit strongly recommended.
1.18. TRANSYLVANIA DOWNHILL reserves the right to announce the delay or the cancellation of the event up to seven days before the official date of the event.
1.19. The contestants need to get informed early of the contest’s schedule changes. It is exclusively their responsibility to be in touch with any changes or cancellations.
1.20. The contestants have the obligation to keep the accommodation and the resort clean.
2. GENERAL RULES
2.1. The race will be held accordingly to International Downhill Federation rules.
2.2. FLAGS. Yellow - SLOW DOWN/ BE AWARE, Red - STOP.
2.3. A technical meeting will be held for all the participants in the day of the start. In the course of the technical meeting the participants will be informed on the track, the dangerous zones, the possible changes, as well as the behavior rules that the participants should respect. The technical meeting will be held by the director of the competition and the presence of the participants is mandatory.
3. THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE ORGANISER
3.1. To secure the track properly.
3.2. To assure the information point.3.3. To perform the technical meeting before the starting of the competition. 3.4. To announce the deadlines in the technical meeting, precursory to the start. 3.5. The organizers are exempted from liability if during the race the “public” damages the markings. 3.6. To mark properly the track and the dangerous zones for the competition. 3.7. To inform and to help the contestants to cross these zones. 3.8. To assure checkpoints for the safe progress of the competition. 3.9. To assure the adequate protocol to reward the winners for the first three places of each category.
4. NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR THE INSCRIPTION
4.1 The signing up document (online or at the spot) completed and signed by each participant.
4.2 BY SIGNING UP YOUR DOCUMENT YOU GIVE YOUR PERMISSION TO STORE AND PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL AND SENSITIVE DATA FOR THIS PURPOSE.
4.3 Each contestant will sign a statement of participation on his own will before the contest.
4.4 By signing the inscription statement or by filling the online fields, each participant: declares that he understands and accepts the terms and conditions of taking part in “TRANSYLVANIA DOWNHILL”, as well as the competitive regulations.
4.5 He agrees that his image or other public data as the results obtained, rankings, are going to be used in the promotional material of the event, under the form of photos, posters, movies, interviews etc in a free and uncensored way.
4.6 The organizer reserves the right to refuse the signing up and the participation in the race of a contestant, from objective reasons.
4.7 The number of participating (contest) will be raised from the organizer’s counter on the basis of the ID .
5. AGE LIMIT
5.1 The minimum age to take part in the competition is 14 years old. In this case, the participant will have the written agreement from his parents or his guardian in which it is confirmed the fact that the participant is responsible for his actions, accidents or other risks to which he is exposed.