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Rules

Rimi June Run
Saturday, June 1, 2019
Kadriorg, Tallinn

 

1. Organization

Rimi June Run fundraiser takes place on Saturday, June 1, 2019 in Kadriorg, Tallinn.
Rimi June Run is jointly organized by MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi (Sport Event Team) and the grocery store chain Rimi’s own organizational committee.

The competition is held in adherence to competition rules of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and the Estonian Athletic Association as well as these Guidelines.

2. Start and finish arrangement. Track

Rimi June Run is held as a 5 km race. Participants may cover the distance running, walking, or Nordic walking.

The competition center is situated on Kadriorg Stadium (Roheline aas 24, 10150 Tallinn). The track runs along asphalted and hard-surfaced roads in Kadriorg. The track is marked. For safety reasons, participants are to follow instructions by the organizers.

June Run’s mass start is at 12:00 noon. Start your race in the start area based on your race number. The start is signaled by a starter pistol.

Start groups:
Start group I:  timed runners, walkers, and Nordic walkers
Start group II: untimed runners, walkers, and Nordic walkers
Finish line closes at 02:00 p.m.

Kids Races are held on Kadriorg Stadium starting from 11:00 a.m. 

3. Participants

The track is open to runners, walkers, and Nordic walkers starting from 10 years of age that are sufficiently trained to cover the distance. Younger participants are allowed on the track as accompanied by a parent or another adult.

Competitors participate at their own risk (in the case of minors, at the risk of a parent or guardian). Potential participants are recommended to undergo a pre-registration health check to have a doctor confirm their capacity to cover the relevant distance.

Separate rankings are kept at Rimi June Run for individual competitors and teams.
To be included in the individual ranking, register as an individual competitor.
Team ranking includes four-member teams participating in timed competition. The ranking is based on the summative time of a team’s four members. All team members are automatically included in individual ranking.

4. Registration

Register as a participant online. To register as an individual competitor or a team, complete an individual registration form.

The “name of team” field appears on the registration form after the fourth team member is entered.

To register a group, complete a group registration form.

The participant’s name is displayed in the start list after the entry fee has been paid. Pay your entry fee via online banking after completing the registration form.

A participant’s successful registration is confirmed by their name appearing in the start list.

Online registration closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 31. Groups registration closes on Friday, May 25.

Participants may also register on-site on completion day starting from 10 a.m. Registration closes 15 minutes before the start.

Participants that registered and paid the entry fee agree to receive e-mails containing important information for competitors.

5. Re-registration

Re-registration is open until 5 p.m. on May 31, 2019. It is not possible to re-register on competition day. The applicable fee is EUR 10 for changing a name, and EUR 10 plus the difference in participation fees for changing the race preference.

To re-register, a new participant must complete the registration form (up until the payment section). A bank link cannot be used as the program would then calculate a relevant normal price. Payment must be transferred to the bank account of MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi. In the “reason for payment” field note the following: “previous participant’s name” is replaced by “new participant’s name”, new participant’s ID code, new participant’s race preference. Changing the race preference, note the following: participant’s name, (example) “race preference 5 km run is replaced by race preference 5 km Nordic walking”. Relevant account numbers are listed under “Entry fees”.

6. Entry fees

 

5 km untimed run, walking, Nordic walking

normal price

5 km timed run, walking, Nordic walking

normal price

Until March 31

EUR 8

EUR 10

April - May

EUR 12

EUR 15

June

EUR 15

EUR 20

 

Discount prices valid for seniors 60+ and youths under 20 upon registering no later than on May 30, 2018:

 

5 km untimed run, walking, Nordic walking

discount price (60+ and under 20)

5 km timed run, walking, Nordic walking

discount price (60+ and under 20)

Until March 31

EUR5

EUR 7

April - May

EUR 9

EUR 12

June

EUR 15

EUR 20

 

Kids Races are free of charge. Register as from May 1 on the event’s home page or in competition center on Kadriorg Stadium on competition day.

 

If you did not use a bank link to pay the entry fee, note the recipient of payment as MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi and send the payment to one of their below bank accounts:

SEB EE221010220065252016, reference No. 07003
Swedbank EE342200221034126658, reference No. 07003
Danske Pank EE783300332813950002, reference No. 07003
Nordea Pank EE881700017002977263, reference No. 07003
LHV EE567700771001163738, reference No. 07003

In the “reason for payment” field note the following: “RJJ” (abbreviation of “Rimi Juunijooks” – Rimi June Run) and the name of your team; for individual competitors note “RJJ”, competitor’s forename and surname, personal ID code, and race preference.

 

If Rimi June Run is cancelled due to reasons beyond the organizers’ control or if a competitor withdraws their participation, the entry fee is not subject to refund.

7. Charity

30% of each participant’s entry fee is donated to charity.

8. Start items

Start items include a race number (including a chip for timed runners), safety pins, and sponsor materials.
Start items are issued on competition day, June 1, at the start line starting from 10:00 AM.

Issue of start items closes 10 minutes before the corresponding start.

Only competitors with a valid race number are allowed to the start. The race number must be attached to the chest and must remain visible throughout the competition. The race number is a personal number. Only the participant registered under a particular race number may race under it.

9. Timekeeping

Timed races are subject to electronic timekeeping – time is kept with a chip attached to the flip side of the race bib. The chip must not be removed from the flip side of the bib and the bib should not be folded under any circumstances. The race number must be attached to the chest and must remain visible throughout the competition from the start until crossing the finish line. Do not cover the number with your hand while finishing (e.g. to stop a sports watch); otherwise your result may not be recorded.

Competitors may keep their race bibs with the chip; it is not necessary to return them after the race.

For the 5 km timed race, the finish list will list the ranking of each runner in their age group.

There is no separate award ceremony for different age groups.

Age groups:

B/G born in 2000 and later

MJ/FJ born 1998-1999

MY/FY born 1995-1997
M/F born 1978-1994
M/F 40 born 1973-1977
M/F 45 born 1968- 1972

M/F 50 born 1963-1967

M/F 55 born 1958-1962
M/F 60 born 1953-1957
M/F 65 born 1948-1952
M/F 70 born 1943-1947
M/F 75 born in 1942 and earlier

9. Results

Results are published as they come in as initial unconfirmed results on the finish site’s display board and on the relevant home page no later than at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, June 2; official results are published at www.juunijooks.ee on Friday, June 7 at 5 pm.

10. Medical aid

Medical aid is provided throughout the track if necessary. We kindly ask that participants noticing anyone in distress on the track notify the nearest service point, a designated medic with special identification, event organizers, or the emergency number 112.

11. Discontinuation

The competition’s medical personnel and judges have the right to remove a competitor from the track if they consider it necessary.

12. Disqualification

The organizers have the right to disqualify any competitor that is not following the competition rules, is disturbing other competitors, or is in another way hindering the organization of the competition.

13. Award ceremony

The award ceremony is held at 12:45 p.m. at the finish line.

Three fastest men, three fastest women, and three fastest teams are individually awarded for the 5 km race. All teams participate in a prize draw for a Tallinn-Helsinki-Stockholm-Helsinki-Tallinn trip provided by Viking line.

Additional special prizes are provided by Rimi.

14. Taking pictures

The organizers have the right to use pictures taken and videos made by the organizers at the competition.

15. Complaints

All complaints concerning competition results, violations of rules etc. must be submitted within one hour after the 50th competitor finishes if such complaints pertain to the first 50 finished competitors, or within 30 minutes after the finish is closed if concerning any other competitors. The complaint fee is EUR 20, returned only if the complaint is satisfied.

All complaints related to the competition are resolved by the following competition jury: Competition Director, Head Referee, Track Master, Head of Secretariat and a physician.

Any issues not regulated in the Guidelines are resolved by the organizational committee and/or the jury as such issues arise.

16. General information

Rimi June Run participants will benefit from a racing position, race bib, timekeeping for timed runners, recorded results in the finish list, service at the finish line, award ceremony, electronic diploma, and first aid if required.

All participants in the Kids’ Races receive a diploma and a prize.

Rimi June Run is held as a 5 km race. Participants may cover the distance running, walking, or Nordic walking. To register, complete a registration form and pay the entry fee.

30% of the entry fee goes to charity.