FAQ

FAQ

It's about good sportsmanship throughout the competition. Participants must bring the required equipment. This may vary slightly depending on the weather forecast.

That is, one must show consideration for other participants and the audience. If you discover other participants who are injured or otherwise need assistance, you are obliged to help. 

Since we are going to travel outside in a lot of untouched nature, we expect that everything that the participant takes out into the terrain will be brought back in, ie it is STRICTLY forbidden to leave rubbish or other stuff in the terrain. It will be possible to throw away rubbish at our checkpoints. Even banana peels should be transported to the nearest checkpoint. In addition, we ask participants to show consideration if you meet animals during the race. We must not scare or chase them away. The participants should instead take a small detour. 

The runners can use their own support, but it must follow the directives from the organizer, and support must take place at the given checkpoints. At Ultra100 and Marathon, support can run with the athletes the last part of the course.

  • Running clothes and shoes that are in accordance with the weather forecast and terrain
  • Wind and / or water repellent jacket
  • Buff or hat
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Timing chip handed out by the organizer (participants are responsible for handing it in after the finish)
  • Mobile phone - fully charged, and put in power saving mode, and it should have 113 app and stored mobile number to the organizer (will be provided in runner email)

  • Running clothes and shoes that are in accordance with the weather forecast and terrain
  • Wind and / or water repellent jacket
  • Buff or hat
  • Gloves or mittens
  • GPS watch or similar that you have downloaded the route for Marathon
  • Mobile phone - fully charged, and put in power saving mode, and it should have 113 app and stored mobile number to the organizer (will be provided in runner email)
  • GPS tracker – handed out by the organizer

  • Running clothes and shoes that are in accordance with the weather forecast and terrain
  • Wind and / or water repellent jacket and trousers
  • Must bring at least an intermediate layer upper part, and lower part. If the weather forecast is good, these garments will not be required.
  • Buff or hat
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Whistle
  • GPS watch or similar that you have downloaded the route to Ultra100.
  • Mobile phone - fully charged, and put in power saving mode, and it should have 113 app and stored mobile number to the organizer (will be provided in runner email)
  • Warm sheets / foil
  • GPS tracker – handed out by the organizer

We remind you that the general laws and rules of sports apply to all participants, including those who are not part of a sports team. Among the rules that apply are the doping regulations. Doping checks can be carried out.

In Skyrace and Marathon, the routes are marked with Sans Senja flags and ribbons. The flags are yellow and black or red and black. Both the flags and the ribbons have the text Sans Senja. On the ultra-running routes, there will only be red hiking team markings for the first 30 km, then there will be both red hiking team markings and marking flags for the next 40 kilometers.

At all checkpoints there is simple first aid equipment. In the race manual, a contact number will be handed out to be used for minor injuries etc. In case of serious injury or illness, you MUST call 113.

Timing starts as you cross the starting line. You will get a net time, but the placements in the competition classes are in the order you cross the finish line.

Before start, all participants must sign a self-declaration. It has the following content:

  • It is at my own risk I participate in competition.
  • I agree that I participate in an extreme outdoor competition, and with all the risk factors it entails.
  • I have familiarized myself with the written information provided by the organizer.
  • I myself am responsible for getting safely through the race.
  • I am obliged to stick to the marked trail and where it is not marked I will follow the organizer's GPX track.
  • If I resign/break the race, I will report to the organizer as soon as possible.
  • I am obliged to comply with the messages given by the organizer.
  • If an emergency situation arises, I will help to the best of my ability, and notify the organizer (ref runner email 2 weeks before start), or call 113.
  • I participate with required equipment.

Start number delivery is at Sport1 Amfi Finnsnes. It can be picked up from 12 noon to 7:00pm on Thursday and from 10:00am to 7:00pm on Friday. After this, the start numbers can be picked up one hour before the start in the starting area. 

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