1 – DATE AND TIME OF THE EVENT

It takes place on November 6, 2022 at 9:00 am, in the city of Porto, starting from SEALIFE Porto and arriving at Av. do Parque, and the maximum duration of this race is 6 hours.

2 – RACES AND WALK

There will be three races: a 6 km walk for all age groups and without competitive purposes; a race with a distance of 42.195 km for federated and non-federated athletes born in 2002 and before and another 10 km for federated and non-federated athletes born in 2004 and before.

3 – THE COURSES

Marathon – 42.195 km race
Family Race – 10 km race
Fun Race – 6 km walk

4 – ORGANIZATION

It is an organization of Runporto.com, headquartered at Rua António Silva Torres 128 4475-455 Nogueira da Maia, Portugal, with the support of the following entities:

  • Câmara Municipal do Porto
  • Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo
  • Ágora Porto
  • Associação de Atletismo do Porto
  • Conselho Regional de Arbitragem da AAP
  • Polícia de Segurança Pública
  • Câmara Municipal de Matosinhos
  • Câmara Municipal de Vila Nova de Gaia
  • Porto Antistress Clube

5 – SUPPLIES

I.A.A.F regulations stipulate there must be water and supplies from the 5 km marker and every 5 km thereafter during the race. The number of water points may increase due to weather conditions.

6 – INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

6.1 – REGISTRATION PRICE:

Porto Marathon | 42.195 km

  • Until June 30th – €50.00
  • Until August 31st – €60.00
  • Until September 30th – €70.00
  • Until November 1st – €80.00
  • Last Minute at EXPO Marathon – €100.00

Note: Limit of 7.500 participants

VIP Marathon

  • Until November 1st – €125.00

With your VIP membership you will have the following advantages:

  • Sub-Elite Race Number
  • Front Line Start
  • Park in the Arrival Area
  • Access to the VIP Zone
  • Wardrobe in the VIP Area
  • Catering in the VIP Area
  • Results SMS
  • Pasta Party

Note: Limited registrations.

Family Race | 10 km

  • Until August 31st – €12.00
  • Until September 30th – €13.00
  • Until November 21st – €14.00
  • Last Minute at EXPO Marathon - €20.00

Note: Limit of 7.500 participants

Fun Race | 6 km

  • Until September 30th – 6.00€
  • Until November 1st – €7.00
  • Last Minute at EXPO Marathon – €10.00

Note: Limit of 10.000 participants

6.2 – Registration locations

• Online registration at www.maratonadoporto.com
• Loja do Corredor – Rua Santa Luzia 808, 4250-415 Porto

6.3 – The registration limit is 25.000 participants in the event.

6.4 – Your race kit can be collected:

Centro de Congressos da Alfandega do Porto – November 4th and 5th from 10 am to 7 pm.
These are the only times you can collect your kit. There will be no exceptions.

6.4.1 – Documentation required to collect your bib number/race number:

  • Confirmation of registration with the race number.
  • Personal identification document, Identity Card, Citizen Card or Driving License.
  • Covid-19 Digital Certificate - valid on the date of the event

If not certified, participants can submit a PCR test within 72 hours or an antigen test within 48 hours prior to the date and time of the event.

6.5 – Taking into account the safety of the participants, the participation of athletes on bicycles, accompanied by animals, skateboards or skates will not be allowed.

6.6 – Pursuant to the legislation in force, the issuance of the invoice must be requested no later than the fifth business day following the day of payment, providing us with the taxpayer number for this purpose.

Information: Tel. 220304726 (10 am to 7 pm), at www.maratonadoporto.com or geral@runporto.com.

6.7 – The organization may at any time suspend or extend the deadlines, can also add or limit the number of entries available, depending on technical/security issues or structural needs and availabilities, without notice.

6.8 – Online registrations have 72 hours to make payment. After these 72 hours the registrations are canceled for nonpayment. All paid registrations after this period will be returned with a penalty of € 1.50. You have to send any associated issues to geral@runporto.com within 30 days after the event. You can still complete the registration in case the maximum limit of entries has not been reached yet. The payment of the registration fee should be completed at the time of the request, and please contact the organization at: geral@runporto.com.

Information: Tel. 220304726 (10 am to 7 pm), at www.maratonadoporto.com or geral@runporto.com.

6.9 – The organization may at any time carry out promotional campaigns that have a direct or indirect influence on the registration price. These registrations may have special loyalty holder features, registrations locations, and periods where the campaigns are available.

6.10 – The registrations made in the Christmas campaign are personal and not transferable. You cannot change, assign, or unsubscribe from this special Christmas campaign.

6.11 – Extras – During the registration process, some products and / or services that may be complementary to the event may be available. These products and / or services, which will be charged separately from the registration fee, will be accessible according to the available stock and the necessary deadlines for their correct implementation.

7 – MINIMUM AGES OF PARTICIPATION

Marathon 42.195 km | Born 2002 and Earlier | Time: 9:00 am
Family Race 10 km | Born 2004 and earlier | Time: 9:00 am
Fun Race 6 km | For all ages | Time: 9:00 am

8 – PARTICIPANT KIT

8.1 – The participant kits will be delivered only and exclusively at the places and times provided for in number 6 of this regulation.

8.2 – If the participant kit includes the offer of a commemorative T-shirt of the event, the sizes will be distributed according to the requests made at the counter, at the time of collection of the kit. T-shirt stock is distributed upon availability. If there is a break in stock at any size the organization will propose to the participant an alternative size. The organization does not request the desired size on the application form.

9 – ARRIVAL AREA

9.1 – The technical area at the arrival of the event where the reception is held for the athletes will only be accessible to the participants who comply with the present regulation, and as foreseen in number 15 of this document, they have completed the entire course of the event they subscribed.

9.2 – In this finish area will be provided a supply and can be delivered commemorative gifts of the event. If these commemorative gifts have sizes, they will be distributed as requested at this location and stock is distributed upon availability. If there is a break in stock at any size the organization will propose to the participant an alternative size.

9.3 – This is an exclusive area for the participants of the event and will not be allowed access by companions or family.

10 – WARDROBE

The organization will provide to the participants of the Marathon (42 km), Family Race (10 km) and Fun Race (6 km) a wardrobe service. Near the finish line, the participants can deliver their bags and collect it later. The bags should be labeled with the number of your bib number.

Do not keep loose objects (eg. Jacket, helmet, cell phone, etc.).

The organization assumes no responsibility for any loss of property.

11 – CLASSIFICATION AND DECLASSIFICATION

The Fun Race 6 km has no ratings.
Family Race 150km: Men's and Women's Individual Rankings.
Marathon: Individual ratings for athletes: senior male and female veterans M35-M40-M45-M50-M55-M60 and F35-F40-F45-F50-F55-F60 veterans.

This race will be timed with the electronic system of high precision.
Chip - Electronic Detection System

All athletes of the Marathon 42.195 km and 10 km Family Race should use the chip provided in the athlete’s kit. The chip is coded to the athlete, is not transferable. The chip reading will only occur if it is placed as directed. The organization is not responsible for the failure of an earnings resulting from the misplacement of the chip.

The organization will disqualify all athletes who take the race with:

1. More than one chip
2. A chip from another athlete
3. They incur any of the infractions provided for in this regulation.

The lists of classified and disqualified, will be public and can be consulted on the official website of the race.

12 – DIPLOMA

Will be available at www.maratondoporto.com the electronic diploma for all participants in the Marathon 42.195 km and 10 km Family Race.

13 – JURI

The Jury of proof is the responsibility of the Conselho Regional de Arbitragem da Associação de Atletismo do Porto.

14 – MONITORING

14.1 – Medical assistance will be available during the course, start and finish of the race.

14.2 – May only follow the race the vehicles from organization and identifying vehicles of P.S.P.

15 – OFFENSES

  • No control at the start.
  • Not fulfill entirety the course.
  • Do not take the race number to the chest and visible during the race.
  • Falsify any information on your application.
  • Run with the race number on incorrect terms.
  • Fail to comply with the instructions of the organization.
  • Run over the sidewalks - when not authorized by the organization
  • Be helped by third parties.
  • Use some means of transport.

16 – REGULATIONS

Omissions in this Regulation shall be resolved in accordance with the General Regulations of Competitions of the Federação Portuguesa de Atletismo.

17 – RESOURCES

Presentation of protests - Any complaints must be submitted in writing on the letterhead of the club, to the jury of the evidence up to 10 minutes after the end of the race, along with the importance of € 100,00 (one hundred euros), which will be returned if the protest is accepted (according to the rules of the IAAF, International Association of Athletics Federations and the FPA, Portuguese Athletics Federation)

18 – INSURANCE

The organization of the event will make a nominal sport insurance to all participants according to the legal regime of compulsory sports insurance - decree law nº10 / 2009.

In case of accident, the athlete should contact the organization of the event so that it can arrange the referral to the insurer. To start a process it is necessary for the athlete to be attended by the team that does the medical follow-up during the event, without prejudice to the athletes being later referred to another emergency medical unit.

It is reserved to the insurer the investigation of the facts presented and its respective performance in conformity with the deferral or not of the activation request of the insurance.

19 – DURATION

The main event, Marathon 42.195 km, will have a maximum duration of 6 hours. The 10 km Family Race will last a maximum of 2 hours and the 6 km Fun Race cannot exceed 2 hours of competition.

20 – ACCEPTANCE

20.1 – The right of acceptance of entries is reserved to organize.

20.2 – By entering, all participants agree with this Regulation and in case of doubt or emergence situation, you should inform the organization.

21 – CONTROL ANTIDOPPING

Participants may be subject to perform an analysis of doping control.

22 – DATA PROTECTION

All data collected in the registration process are kept and treated in a safe manner and are intended for the natural development of the event namely; validation of the nominal insurance made for all participants in the event, list of registrants and elaboration of results / classification tables. In addition, important information about the participation in the event as well as communications of future events will be sent.

All participants may exercise their right to access, rectify or cancel their personal data by sending an e-mail to geral@runporto.com.

More information about the privacy policy at www.runporto.com.

23 – IMAGE RIGHTS

The participant, to proceed to the registration authorizes the transfer of free and unconditional rights to use of their image captured during filming that will take place during the event, allowing its reproduction on parts communicational support.

24 – CANCELLATION, TRANSFER AND CHANGE OF REGISTRATION

24.1 – Cancellation

Will be accepted unsubscribe requests until October 6th with no right to a refund of the registration fee.

24.2 – Transfer

The request to assign the registration to a third party participant must be made by email to geral@runporto.com, using the same email address as the login.
Applications for assignment will be accepted until October 6th and are subject to payment of an administrative fee of € 5.

The transfer of registration does not entitle any refund to the person who gives up the registration.

24.3 – Alterations

Change requests will be accepted within the Porto Marathon program (42 km, 10 km, 6 km) until October 6th, with no reimbursement by the organization if the entry to be changed is more expensive than the entry on the intended event. . If the proof is higher than the previous registration, the participant will be asked for the difference between the registration price at the date of this request and the amount paid.

25 – CANCELLATION OF THE EVENT

The event may not take place due to external factors to the organization's will, namely, due to the occurrence of a natural catastrophe, disturbances, strikes, manifestations, inability to use traffic routes, inability to use telecommunications, authority determination, new legislation, health or public safety requirements and other causes of act of god. In these cases, the organization is not obliged to refund the registration fee or any other value to the athletes. The organization can designate a specific place and days for the registered athletes to collect the registration number and any gifts associated with the event. The organization may, however, propose the postponement of the event, in which case the previously made registration will be valid. The organization may also designate a specific place, days and time for registered athletes to collect the registration number and any gifts associated with the event.

Porto, December 4, 2021.

SECURITY PLAN - COVID-19

Preliminary note: The considerations made in the security plan shown below are mandatory at the time of implementation of this regulation. There may be a need to update some of the rules until the date of the event.

BEFORE THE RACE

1. REGISTRATIONS

Registration for the events must all be made online, through the organization's website.

At the time of registration, the candidate to participate in the race must compulsorily answer a form containing personal data and contacts: Name, Citizen Card Number, Date of Birth, Address, E-mail, Telephone contact.

By registering, you are accepting the code of conduct in which you are committed to complying with measures to prevent and control SARS-CoV-2 infection, as well as the risk of contagion by SARS-CoV-2 during sports (Guideline No. 36/2020 of the DGS).

RACE NUNBERS AND PARTICIPANT KIT

The organization will define, as usual, a place for picking up the race numbers. In order for this moment to occur with due security, the organization will define the following rules:

  • The access lines to the counters must have a corridor with the minimum of 2 meters wide, in which distances of 2 meters are marked between the people in the line (marked on the floor). All participants are required to comply with the safety distance;
  • Customer service counters will be equipped with acrylic protection;
  • The use of a mask is mandatory (and the use of a visor is optional) for the participants and for the elements of the organization when collecting the race numbers/bags;
  • The elements of the organization that do not present a valid Digital Certificate will be tested;
  • Returns or exchanges of equipment will not be accepted after leaving the place of delivery of the backs/bags.
  • Check that the necessary tests have been carried out in the event of non-presentation of the Covid certificate. PCR test within 72h or antigen test within 48h. Self-tests are not valid.
  • Certify the authenticity of Covid certificates through the Covid Pass APP. https://pplware.sapo.pt/smartphones-tablets/passe-covid-a-app-para-validacao-do-certificado-digital-covid-ue/

ON RACE DAY

1. ARRIVAL AT THE EVENT LOCATION

On the day of the event, the organization intends to implement the following recommendations.

  • The organization advises that runners, or others, with cough, fever, respiratory distress, diarrhea or other signs/symptoms of COVID-19, do not travel to the race site: it is a duty of citizenship to report these people;
  • The elements of the organization and the participants must arrive at the place of the race with the masks placed on the face, covering the nose and the mouth;
  • Portable toilets in the race start area are frequently washed and disinfected;
  • During the warm-up carried out before the start of the race, it is mandatory to wear a mask. However, some distance is advised in order to avoid physical contact;
  • Ensure the absence of public by placing metal boos in the most sensitive areas such as start and arrival location;
  • An isolation zone located near the start and finish of the race will be created equipped with appropriate medical equipment. This zone will be used to place all individuals with symptoms to wait comfortably for appropriate transport and treatment;
  • All participants are asked to pay close attention to the advice that will be frequently transmitted by the event's speaker.

2. THE START

At the start of the race, the following standards will be implemented in line with World Athletics recommendations:

  • It is mandatory to wear a mask, which can be removed during the race only when there is physical distance between the participants (minimum 200 meters after the starting line);
  • The opening of the box for the start of the race will be done when there are only 10 minutes before the start time. According to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control, there is an increased risk of contagion when an infected person is less than 2 meters away for a period longer than 15 minutes. Otherwise the risk is considered low;
  • Physical distancing: intermediate separations will be formed to break up groups of participants;
  • The starting groups (box) will be increased, allowing a greater distance between the participants;
  • The starting shot for each group (box) will be given with some temporal distance. For this reason, for the purposes of classification, official race time will be taken into account and not gun time.

3. DURING THE RACE

After the start, the distance between the participants will be superior. However, even during the race, the organization will define the following rules:

  • The masks may, under individual responsibility, be removed when there is physical distance between the participants, but never within the first 200 meters (this mark will be indicated). Participants can wear the masks in one of their arms and, at the end, 200 meters from the finish line, they can put them back on their faces;
  • Support elements in the water supply ensure that they are not infected or have contacted with infected people in the last 14 days, as well as wearing gloves, masks and visors;
  • Medical support staff and first responders, motorcyclists and other race support staff ensure they are not infected or have contacted infected people in the last 14 days and must wear gloves and masks/visors when approaching victims and/or participants;
  • All staff that do not have a valid Digital Certificate must be tested.

4. AFTER THE FINISH LINE

The place where the finish line will be installed will also have very strict safety rules to avoid the crowding of participants.

  • All participants must disperse immediately after passing the goal line, with the exception of those in need of medical support;
  • Participants who will go to the podium will be guided to the reserved area and it is mandatory to wear a mask;
  • Interviews or small comments to the press or others are not allowed in the first hundred meters after the finish line;
  • Immediately after crossing the finish line, participants will receive new masks that must be put on;
  • The staff that will be delivering the medals or other products guarantee not to be infected or to have contacted with infected people in the last 14 days and must wear gloves and masks/visors;
  • All staff that do not have a valid Digital Certificate must be tested;
  • It is advisable to listen to the instructions from the speaker of the event.

5. PODIUM

The moment of the podium ceremony will also undergo changes to its normal protocol.

  • All participants in the podium ceremony, runners or official entities, must wear a mask, even when receiving the medal or other prize;
  • “Classic” congratulatory greetings (involving direct physical contact) are not allowed when awarding medals;
  • Photographs or interviews with masks are allowed if there are conditions in the place and with a minimum distance of 2 meters between the corridor and the image/sound professional or others;
  • Attendees at the podium ceremony must keep some distance and it is mandatory to wear a mask;
  • After the podium ceremony and for the protection of athletes, it is recommended to respect their physical safety space, not being allowed physical contact for greetings;
  • Medals or other awards must be disinfected before being handed over to athletes.

6. THE PRESS

The interaction between members of the press, sponsors/partners and athletes will also be conditioned by safety regulations.

  • Sound and image reporters must respect the physical safety space of runners and others;
  • It is mandatory to wear a mask;
  • In recorded interviews, it is advisable to use an extendable microphone to minimize contact;
  • Microphones must be previously and regularly disinfected;
  • Photos or recordings with masked runners are only allowed if there is a physical distance of at least 2 meters;
  • Interviews must take place in a proper place, away from assistants and family members.

7. RETURNING HOME

Runners, the press, guests and members of the organization must wear a mask until they leave the event location.
After finishing the race, participants must leave the event location as soon as possible.

TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS

ISOLATION ZONE

  • Space with natural light, or mechanical ventilation system;
  • Smooth and washable coverings (eg, it must not have rugs, carpets or curtains);
  • Chair or couch (for the person's rest and comfort while awaiting the validation of the case and eventual transport by INEM);
  • Kit with water and some non-perishable foods;
  • Waste container (with non-manual opening and plastic bag);
  • Alcohol-based antiseptic solution - SABA (available inside and at the entrance to this area);
  • Paper towels;
  • Surgical mask(s);
  • Disposable gloves.

EU DIGITAL CERTIFICATE

The EU's COVID Digital Certificate aims to facilitate safe and free movement in the European Union during the COVID-19 pandemic, promoting the non-applicability of additional measures and restrictions imposed by the destination country during a trip, including testing and quarantine procedures/ mandatory prophylactic isolation required on arrival in the country of destination.

The EU COVID Digital Certificate covers three types of certificates:

  • vaccination certificates: which proves that the person has been vaccinated against COVID-19;
  • test certificates: which proves that the person has a negative result in a molecular nucleic acid amplification test (TAAN) – RT-PCR, real-time RT-PCR, Rapid Molecular Tests – for identification of SARS-CoV-2;
  • recovery certificates: which proves that the person had COVID-19, but that he has already recovered from the disease.

“Since June 18, 2021, the presentation of the EU Digital Certificate does not require the presentation of proof of testing to screen for SARS-CoV-2 infection by anyone wishing to attend or participate in cultural, sporting, corporate or family events”.
Clarification requested and confirmed by the Secretary of State for Tourism.

More information about EU Digital Certificate at: https://www.sns24.gov.pt/guia/certificado-digital-covid-da-ue/

DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION

Runporto undertakes to provide information, in a timely manner and as detailed as possible, to its regular or casual employees in support of the event.

PREVENTIVE MEASURES:

  • If you have a fever or a cough, don't take off your mask and don't run;
  • If you have a cough, cough into your elbow;
  • Use the tissue once, then throw it in the trash and wash your hands;
  • Wave to your friend, don't touch him;
  • Keeps the physical distance of 2 meters;
  • You can only take off your mask after the 200 meter run;
  • Wash your hands with soap;
  • Don't touch your face with your hands;
  • Avoid touching barriers or other surfaces;
  • After the goal, put on the mask and use the hand gel;
  • We measure the temperature of participants and staff;
  • There is alcohol gel available for everyone.

TO FINISH

Participating in events organized by Runporto is fun and healthy.

The emergence of infection by the coronavirus (COVID-19) has completely changed the social posture of humanity and forced the cancellation of sporting events.
This opportunity to attend the events and participate in them must be used with rigor, responsibility and excellence. Lifestyle habits have changed, just as participation in races has changed.

Runporto wants to continue providing races where people have fun and feel safe. The rules mentioned here can be considered strict and restrictive, but there is nothing more restrictive than the absence of the race.

Runporto, participants and auxiliary staff now have a new challenge. It is not enough to reach the goal. Now, we want to reach the winners goal, also about the virus. The responsibility belongs to all of us!

Everyone's safety is our priority!

Document written by:
Runporto.com
Medical team

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