The 39th Sponichi Yamanakako Road Race

Summary of the event

Period of the event
26 May 2019〜26 May 2019
Event venue
Yamanashi山中湖村 
Event type
  • Running Running
The number of capacity
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Date
Sunday, May 26 2019
*Rain or shine
Location
Yamanakako Junior High School (Finish point)
Starting point
National route 138, the crossroad in front of the Yamanakako Village Office
Event/Eligibility
*Half Marathon (21.0975km)

*One lap of the Lake (13.6 km)

Male/Female, Ages ~49 / 50 or older
Capacity
13,000 people
Application Period
(Monday) January 1, 2019 10:00~(Thursday) February 28 23:59
Eligibility
Men and women,Healthy,and capable of finish the race.
*Over 16 for Half Marathon
Participation Fee
5,000 JPY
Participant’s Prize
Original T-shirt
Award Ceremony
Top 10 Finishers each division, Top 6 in 50 or older division.
*Original Jumbo medal, certificate and extra prize will be prepared
Start Time
9:15(Half Marathon)
Time Limit:2 hours 45 minutes, a cutoff point

9:30(One lap of the Lake ( 13.6 km))
Time Limit:2 hours 30 minutes, a cutoff point
Race Rules
The race will be governed by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations competition rules of 2019.
Note
1) Number card (Bib) will be prepared and distributed by the event organizer and on or a day before the race day at the reception.

2) Make sure to bring the valid document of the travel accident insurance (a copy will be fine).
Terms and Conditions for Application
1.Submitted applications cannot be altered or cancelled due to personal circumstances.
2.If the event is cancelled or curtailed due to conditions beyond the organizer's control (earthquakes, storm or flood damage, incidents, accidents, etc.), personal circumstance, multiple applications, and overpayment or multiple payments, entry fees will not be refunded.
3.Participants must not suffer from heart disease or other illnesses, must pay attention to their health and undergo adequate training before participation. The participant assumes responsibility for all illness, injury, accident, and loss.
4.During the race, if the organizers (staff, doctors, medical staff, etc.) determine that there is an obstacle to a participant’s continued participation in the race, the participant must follow directions to discontinue the race immediately. In addition, participants must follow directions from the organizers concerning safety and/or the administration of the event.
5.A participant who becomes ill or injured during the event may not refuse emergency medical treatment, and shall not hold the organizer responsible for the methods used, their efficacy, etc.
6.Participants release the organizers from responsibility concerning accidents, losses, injuries or illnesses that may occur during the event, and agree not to claim damages.
7.Participants understand that compensation for accidents, illness or injuries that may occur during the event shall be within the scope of insurance coverage provided by the organizer.
8.Participants’ family members, relatives and guardians (in the case of a minor) must consent to the participant’s participation in this event.
9.Participants must not falsify their age, gender, or other information, or employ a proxy runner. If such an act is discovered, the participant must abide by the decision of the organizer to revoke the participant’s entry and any awards, bar the participant from future participation in the event, etc. Participants understand that the organizer has no responsibility to provide aid or refund the entry fee in such cases.
10.Participants consent to the reporting, publication and use of videos, photographs, articles, and records relating to the event (including personal information such as name, age, gender, records, and portraits) in the newspaper, television, magazines, internet, and pamphlets. Participants grant the organizers the right to publish and use this information.
11.Participants must agree to the organizer’s rules regarding the handling of personal information, which are specified in a separate document.
12.In addition to the above terms and conditions, participants must agree to abide by the organizer’s rules for the race. (In the event of any inconsistency, the rules for the race shall prevail.)
Runners check-in
【Date】
The day before the race day
・Saturday, May. 25 2:00 pm-7:00 pm
The race day
・Sunday, May. 26 6:30 am-8:00 am

Event secretariat information

Event secretariat Yamanakako Village, Sports Nippon Newspapers
Application address JTB Sports Station
Postal address 9F, MPR Hommachi Bldg,3-1-8 Minami-Kyuhoji-cho,Chuo-ku, Osaka,Japan 
Phone number 06-6252-4009
E-mail jtbss@jtb.com
Business hours 9:30 - 17:30 (Office Closed: Weekends and National Holidays)

Event agreement

Terms and Conditions for Application
Applicants must agree to the following terms and conditions and fill out the application form.
1.Submitted applications cannot be altered or cancelled due to personal circumstances.
2.If the event is cancelled or curtailed due to conditions beyond the organizer's control (earthquakes, storm or flood damage, incidents, accidents, etc.), personal circumstance, multiple applications, and overpayment or multiple payments, entry fees will not be refunded.
3.Participants must not suffer from heart disease or other illnesses, must pay attention to their health and undergo adequate training before participation. The participant assumes responsibility for all illness, injury, accident, and loss.
4.During the race, if the organizers (staff, doctors, medical staff, etc.) determine that there is an obstacle to a participant’s continued participation in the race, the participant must follow directions to discontinue the race immediately. In addition, participants must follow directions from the organizers concerning safety and/or the administration of the event.
5.A participant who becomes ill or injured during the event may not refuse emergency medical treatment, and shall not hold the organizer responsible for the methods used, their efficacy, etc.
6.Participants release the organizers from responsibility concerning accidents, losses, injuries or illnesses that may occur during the event, and agree not to claim damages.
7.Participants understand that compensation for accidents, illness or injuries that may occur during the event shall be within the scope of insurance coverage provided by the organizer.
8.Participants’ family members, relatives and guardians (in the case of a minor) must consent to the participant’s participation in this event.
9.Participants must not falsify their age, gender, or other information, or employ a proxy runner. If such an act is discovered, the participant must abide by the decision of the organizer to revoke the participant’s entry and any awards, bar the participant from future participation in the event, etc. Participants understand that the organizer has no responsibility to provide aid or refund the entry fee in such cases.
10.Participants consent to the reporting, publication and use of videos, photographs, articles, and records relating to the event (including personal information such as name, age, gender, records, and portraits) in the newspaper, television, magazines, internet, and pamphlets. Participants grant the organizers the right to publish and use this information.
11.Participants must agree to the organizer’s rules regarding the handling of personal information, which are specified in a separate document.
12.In addition to the above terms and conditions, participants must agree to abide by the organizer’s rules for the race. (In the event of any inconsistency, the rules for the race shall prevail.)