regulation

 

Regularized registration for the 100 KM

Participant must have completed a race with a minimum of 2 ITRA points (International Trail-Running Association) not more than two years prior to the date of the Quebec Mega Trail or, if he has no ITRA points, must have completed a trail running race with a minimum of 65 points, taking into account the following:

1 km = 1 point and 100 meters of D + = 1 point, for example: 50 km with 1500m D + = 50 + 15 = 65 points.

 

Regularized registration for the 70 KM

Participant must have completed a race with a minimum of 1 ITRA point (International Trail-Running Association) no more than two years prior to the date of the Quebec Mega Trail or, if he has no ITRA point, must have completed a trail running race with a minimum of 50 points, taking into account the following:

1 km = 1 point and 100 meters of D + = 1 point, example 40 km with 1,000 m D + = 40 + 10 = 50 points.

 

The Quebec Mega Trail (QMT) has a zero tolerance policy on the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs). Any athlete who has been found to have violated anti-doping rules or policies, whether it is applied by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the Canadian Anti- (CCES) or any other national sports federation is not eligible to participate to the QMT.

 

 

All runners must be self-sufficient in water and food;

 

Earphones, Ipod and other music players are prohibited during the race;

 

We shall not tolerate any waste thrown to the ground;

 

Each runner must have signed the disclaimer before taking the race start;

 

A participant is obliged to provide assistance to a person in difficulty that affects his or her safety;

 

It is forbidden to run barefoot during the race;

 

A runner who deviates from the marked course will automatically be disqualified;

 

During the award ceremony, the participants on the podium must present themselves with a clean vest, without sunglasses and without a cap;

 

No medals or prize money will be given to an athlete who is not present at the podium ceremony;

 

The Race Director can add, remove or modify any rules;

 

It is your responsibility to validate your email.  It is the main communication source to participant;

 

Be sure to add the organization to your authorized e-mail list.

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