Rules & Regulations

1. GENERAL
  • The regulations applicable to the The Indonesian National Armed Forces Mandalika International Marathon 2018 are valid and adopted in accordance with the provisions of the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) and the Indonesian Athletic Association (PASI) 2018-2019.
  • The organizer reserves the right to change the terms and conditions applicable with and/or without any prior notification.
  • The organizer is entitled to close the registration before the deadline specified with and/or without prior notice if the number of participants is deemed sufficient.
  • Pets and any kind of wheel objects for transportation such as wheelchairs, bicycles, skates, rollerblades and others are prohibited from being on the race route.
  • The organizer is entitled to use the photo or video of the participants participation without a deadline.
  • The organizer is entitled at any time to stop the race or change the race route.
  • All runners are required to know the race route; route error is the responsibility of the participants.
2. COSTUME
  • All of the participants The Indonesian National Armed Forces Mandalika International Marathon 2018 are required to wear polite attire that do not contain any elements of ethnicity, religion, or race.
3. DISQUALIFICATION
  • The organizer reserves the right to disqualify or exclude a participant (of any competition) and the registration fee shall be deemed forfeited, if:
    - Proven to have provided false data and information,
    - Proven to have consumed prohibited food/beverages/drugs.
  • The organizer reserves the right to change the terms and conditions applicable with and/or without any prior notification.
  • The organizer is entitled to close the registration before the deadline specified with and/or without prior notice if the number of participants is deemed sufficient.
  • Pets and any kind of wheel objects for transportation such as wheelchairs, bicycles, skates, rollerblades and others are prohibited from being on the race route.
  • The organizer is entitled to use the photo or video of the participants participation without a deadline.
  • The organizer is entitled at any time to stop the race or change the race route.
  • All runners are required to know the race route; route error is the responsibility of the participants.
4. MEDALS & REWARDS
  • Finisher medals are only awarded to participants who complete the race within the cut-off time and the official route (without cutting the route) determined by the organizer.
1. Participants who are declared winners are those who complete the race with the best time record according to the category of the race, wear the BIB number according to their registered data, and do not cheat by any means.
2. Winner in category National 21K automaticaly become winner in category International 21K if the result is better.
3. Winner in category National 42K automaticaly become winner in category International 42K if the result is better.
4. Prize redeeming cannot be represented or transferred and it is required to show original identification that matches the registered data.
5. The decision of the winner by the jury is inviolable.
6. The committee is entitled to give prizes in any form (cash, transfer, goods) within the period set by the committee. Prize exclude government tax. Total prize is in the form of cash and goods.
1. Participants are required to fill in the registration form with the correct data in accordance with the official identity, and not allowed to use nicknames or initials.
2. Registration cannot be canceled and registration fee is non-refundable.
3. Participants who are Indonesian citizens MUST use the ID card (KTP) as the personal data.
4. Participants from other countries MUST use the limited stay permit (KITAS) as the personal data.
5. Information related to the registration filled by participants such as name, race category, gender, and shirt size cannot be changed after the registration process is done.
6. Participants should participate in the race category (Youth, Open/General, Master) according to the age listed on KTP/KITAS.
7. Participant from who worked in Indonesian Armed Forces/Indonesian Police, can join National category, master or International
1. Participants who have congenital disease must bring their own personal medicines (e.g., inhaler)
2. The committee is only responsible for providing first aid and delivering to the nearest hospital in case of injury/accident during the race.
3. Participants who need further intensive assistance in an injury is the responsibility of the participant at fault.
4. Anything related to a child (especially a child’s injury/accident) is the responsibility of each parent.
5. Participants agree, acknowledge, and understand the risks and dangers that might arise in participating, and to not bring charges to any consequences that may result in body injury, disability, or death.
1. Participants agree, acknowledge, and understand that the organizer is not responsible for any personal belongings or property lost, damaged, or stolen during the event.
2. Participants are not allowed to deposit valuables in the deposit counter tent provided by the organizer.
3. The organizer is not responsible for the loss of goods in baggage collection or another place before, during or after event.
4. Deposit counters are only for the first 3000 participants who deposit their belongings.
1. Race packs can only be obtained at the time and place that has been determined.
2. Participants are required to bring an ORIGINAL ID Card/Pasport/driver’s license/student card to obtain the race pack.
3. Obtaining race packs can be represented on condition of carrying a stamped and signed power of attorney and the original ID card and 1 copy of the participant’s identity card.
4. The power of attorney format can be downloaded at the registration website.
5. One power of attorney may be used by more than one participant.
1. BIB number is the chest number determined by the committee.
2. Participants are required to wear the BIB number in front of the participants’ clothing, and are not allowed to wear it in any other places in order for the number to be seen properly.
3. Registration and BIB numbers cannot be transferred or sold to other parties.
4. Selling or transferring the participant’s BIB number to others will result in disqualification and/or banning of every individual involved in the next event.
1. The jury’s decision is absolute and inviolable.
2. Verbal protest can be done, and followed by written protest within 30 days after the result of the race is officially announced or before the prize has been given to the winner.
3. Protest letter should be attached with duty stamp and a protest fee of $100.
4. If the initial decision of the jury is proven correct, the cost of the participant’s protest is considered to be forfeited.