Summary of the event

Period of the event
13 Mar 2022〜13 Mar 2022
Event venue
Aichi,Nagoya - City, Vantelin Dome Nagoya
Event type
  • Running Running
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Event information

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Sunday, March 13th, 2022, starting at 9:10 am 
Nagoya Women’s Marathon Course
Start and finish at Vantelin Dome Nagoya
(Course certified by the JAAF, WA/AIMS)
Female athletes who are 19 years old or older on the event day
General Participants’ Category:
Participants must be females and capable of completing the full distance within 6 hours 30 minutes.
> Members of the JAAF
> Non-members of the JAAF
* The use of a wheelchair is not permitted.
* A participant who is visually disabled and has difficulty running alone is allowed to run with one companion. The companion can be either male or female. However, the use of a guide dog is not permitted. Additional female companion will be required, if the participant has difficulty in walking alone or changing clothes alone in areas where male companions are not allowed to enter, including  women changing rooms at the starting and finishing point.
Entry Fees
16,000 yen
*The administrative fee of 3,350 yen will be additionally charged.
Compliant with the regulations of 2021-2022 World Athletics (WA), 2021 the JAAF and Nagoya Women’s Marathon. Additionally, the WA Road Race Label Regulations and WA Advertising Regulations are applicable due to this event being labeled and certified by the WA. Doping tests will be conducted in accordance with the regulations by the WA.
Awards Presentation venue: Vantelin Dome Nagoya
(1)Overall: Top 8 finishers
(2) Age groups: Top 3 finishers
* Age groups are categorized in 10’s, 20’s and every 10 years for 30’s and older.
* Overall awards will be given based on the gross time from the starting gun, and age group awards are determined by net time, which is taken at the moment when the start line is passed.
* Top 8 finishers awarded in 1) will be excluded from the nominations for age group awards. No award presentation will be held for age group awards. Certificates will be mailed afterwards.
(1) All participants are advised to be well prepared for the race. The preparation includes a physical check-up and sufficient training before the race.
(2) The JAAF registered athletes will have their registration checked. Please make sure in advance that the registration has been done with correct information.
(3) No designs, logos or trademarks associated with corporate and product names may be worn or displayed for publicity purposes at the event site including the race course. No banners or message boards containing any arguments or advertisements are allowed.
(4) The organizer may authorize third parties to sell photographs and other souvenirs.
(5) This race is a part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors Wanda Age Group World Rankings.
(6) In addition to the above, participants must follow instructions given by the organizer with respect to any matters regarding the event. 
Record Certificate
A record certificate will be mailed after the event day. The certificate includes the gross time from the starting gun, the net time from the start line, and the split time at every 5-km checkpoint.
*The certificate will be issued only to runners who finish before the time limit. It will not be issued to runners who finish after the time limit.
Number Pickup
Number bib and packet pickup will be at the following dates, times and place.
Date: Friday, March 11th & Saturday, March 12th, 2022 (2 days)
Place: Nagoya City Higashi Sports Center
Time: 12:00- 20:30 on Friday, March 11th
10:00- 19:30 on Saturday, March 12th

1)There will be no number pickup on the event day (March 13th).
2)There will be no number pickup at any other time than the mentioned above.
3)A valid ID (passport) must be presented at number pickup. (All participants must claim their own bib number; no one will be able to pick up a race pack for a friend or family member.)
4)As an infection prevention measure, specific dates and times may be designated for pickup.
Guidelines for participants’ attire while running in Nagoya Women’s Marathon 2022 <1>
Upon entry to the race participants are requested to comply and agree with the following guidelines. The event organizer does not permit any participant to run in a costume that is in violation of the event rules, other laws and regulations, or public order and morals, as well as the prohibitions specified in the following examples 1 to 11.
If any of these is applicable to a participant, the event organizer may not allow the participant to join the race or may keep the participant from continuing to run even after the race has already started. When applying for entry, it is understood that participants have agreed that objections to these rules shall not be accepted.
Guidelines for participants’ attire while running in Nagoya Women’s Marathon 2022 <2>
(1) Dressed in clothing or wearing gear that may be dangerous to other runners as it may hurt them or cause a fall. Running with the whole part of the face covered.
・Dressed in clothing that may hurt other runners due to body contact such as those with swords or sticks attached, armored clothing, riveted clothing, full-body / animal suit, etc.
・Carrying or shouldering bulky items longer than 30 cm such as a banner or a flag.
・Long skirts or kimono that may cause a fall.
・Running in tandem or in a manner that may be obstructive to other runners.

(2)  Dressed inappropriately for a sports event or in clothing that is unpleasant to other runners or spectators.
・Being naked or wearing underwear that appears nearly naked.
・Costumes that suggest nudity.
(3)  Clothing for the purpose of political or religious assertions or propaganda, as well as advertising.
・Dressed with a sash showing the name of a political party or in clothes with political and religious assertions printed on them.
・Costumes that imitate a politician or religious leader, and products.
(4) Clothing for the purpose of promoting or advertising an individual name, a specified region or an organization that the event organizer does not acknowledge.
(5) Use of articles that could cause other runners to mistakenly recognize as a starting signal and cause confusion to the management of the race (such as lighting equipment that produces bright or flashing lights, whistles or horns, and fireworks that produces blasting or explosive sounds) or devices with a strong volume of sound that could disturb other runners.
(6) Acts that cause a delay to the race such as dancing, performing, playing instruments, or standing near the starting or finish lines, or in the streets along the course.
(7) Soliciting monetary contributions, signatures, etc.
(8) Preventing emergency vehicle and pedestrians from crossing the course at certain points, when and where they are allowed to do so.
(9) Dressed in clothing that may cause  difficulty in anti-terrorism measures .
(10) Dressed in clothing that may cause difficulty in use of AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and medical equipment.
(11) Occurrence of issues other than those provided in numbers 1 to 10 that the event organizer judges inappropriate to the race.
Important Infection Countermeasures against COVID-19<1>
This competition will implement measures against infectious disease based on the Guidance on Resuming Road Races established by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations, with the utmost efforts being made to prevent the spread of infection.
Please read and understand the following information before applying.

①Possibility of switching to online marathon
Depending on the state of infection, it may not be possible to hold this race normally—for example, when the national or local government has issued a state of emergency or when the holding of events has been restricted. In this case, an online marathon will be held as an alternative event for either all entrants or some entrants (to be determined by random draw, etc.), with the runners in question asked to participate online. In addition, if runners from overseas are unable to participate in the race due to restrictions on entry into Japan during the event period, they may participate in the online marathon as an alternative. In such cases, entry fees will not be refunded and the right to run in the next competition will not be granted.

②Submitting a health check sheet
A health check sheet will be included in the participation guide pack, which is planned to be sent in mid-February. Runners participating in this race must submit a health check sheet at the number pickup on Friday March 11 or Saturday March 12, 2022. Intended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the health check sheet is a self-report sheet used to screen participation requirements in line with guidelines from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Japan Sports Agency. Entrants are required to fill in name, address, behavior history prior to appearance date, physical condition, etc. Entrants who do not submit it or who enter false information may not be permitted to participate. In addition, if the risk of infection is determined to be high based on behavior history and physical condition, participation may be refused after medical examination or interview by a doctor. The same applies if examination by a doctor is refused. In such cases, runners can participate in the online marathon as an alternative. Additionally, the entry fee will not be refunded.
Important Infection Countermeasures against COVID-19 <2>
③Regarding COVID-19 infection tests and body temperature tests, and refusal of participation 
We are planning to carry out testing (antigen testing, etc.) for COVID-19 infection at the number pickup on Friday March 11 and Saturday March 12, 2022. Depending on the test results, entrants may not be permitted to participate in the race on Sunday, March 13. Body temperature testing will also be conducted at time of admission to the race venue. As part of number pickup, body temperature testing will be conducted at the entrance gate to the East Sports Center and at the number bib  check gate on race day (Sunday March 13). Runners with elevated body temperature may be refused to enter  the venue or participate in the race, regardless of the presence or absence of COVID-19 infection. In such cases, runners can participate in the online marathon as an alternative. Additionally, the entry fee will not be refunded.

④Handling of personal information
With a view to preventing the spread of COVID-19, and only when a government agency requests us to submit personal information (including health check sheets), personal information may be provided to that government agency as deemed appropriate.

⑤Participation requirements
If runners do not comply with the infection control measures required by the event, such as wearing a mask, disinfecting hands, and other requests in regard to behavior, they may not be permitted to take part. In this case, the entry fee will not be refunded.

⑥Regarding matters described in these guidelines
The restrictions described in these guidelines may be added or relaxed depending on the state of COVID-19 infection and requests from the national or local governments.

Contact details

Service hours: weekdays between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm (Japan Time)

Event agreement

■ Terms of application (Participants must agree to the following terms of application.)
*Please be sure to check the details of the "Important: Infection Countermeasures against COVID-19" section in these guidelines.
*Please refer to the following URL and confirm it.
(1) Applicants must understand and agree to the Participation Guidelines . Change in the race category, cancellation, or refund of the participation fee for personal reasons is not permitted after application.
(2) An individual can apply only once.
(3) Simultaneous participation in the Nagoya City Marathon (Half Marathon and Quarter Marathon) is not permitted.
(4)  Declaration of false age, gender, or records is prohibited. An unregistered individual is not permitted to run in place of a registered applicant. An individual or group that is discovered to have committed such acts of dishonesty will be disqualified and may be banned from future events.
(5)  An applicant can neither assign a person to run in her place nor transfer the right to run. Any applicant who is discovered to have committed such an act will be disqualified and the organizer will not make any compensation in such a case.
(6)  In the case where any of the above (2), (3), (4), and (5) applies, the participation fee will not be refunded.

(7)  Information provided at the time of application cannot be amended, altered, or cancelled. If there is a problem with the registered information, the Secretariat may contact an applicant by e-mail or phone.
(8) Phone inquiries to the Runner Inquiries Desk  or the Secretariat regarding the application status are not accepted.
(9) The organizer will not be responsible for any late application attributable to Internet connection problems.
(10) The draw result will be notified to all applicants on My Page on the JTB Sports Station website  in mid-November (scheduled). The result will also be sent to the registered e-mail addresses; however, reception of the e-mail will not be verified. The e-mail may not be received due to problems with bulk sending. Applicants are requested to check the status on My Page in mid-November.
(11) The application of an applicant who fails to pay the participation fee prior to the designated date will be automatically cancelled.
(12) In case of cancellation  as a result of the course becoming impassable due to snowfall, flooding caused by  heavy rains, damage to buildings, etc.  caused by strong winds, lightning strikes, tornadoes, fire spreading from buildings surrounding the course, etc., or cancellation due to an earthquake occurred in Japan, only the entry fee will be refunded.  No refund will be given in the event of any other cancellation or cutback to the scale of the race. The provisions for switching to an online marathon are as described in Section ① under “Important: Infection Countermeasures against COVID-19” in these guidelines.
(13) The organizer will not be responsible for any delay in arrival to the event and necessary registration procedures due to public transportation or traffic conditions.
(14) The organizer will hold the portrait rights and the rights to publish the event’s images, pictures, articles, records, location information, applicants’ names, age, birth date, addresses (country/prefecture/municipality name) in TV, newspapers, magazines, and websites.
(15) If a runner gets injured or ill during the event, the organizer will provide first-aid for her and, if needed, arrange for emergency transportation. In such a case, the organizer will provide the runner’s name, address, and contact information to the medical institution and emergency responders. A runner will agree in advance that if she is taken to a hospital, the organizer can request the hospital to disclose her healthcare status.
(16) The organizer will not be responsible for any injury, sickness, loss of personal belongings, or accident during the event beyond  the administration of emergency first-aid relief unless such is caused by the organizer’s intention or gross negligence. However, in the case of slight negligence  on behalf of the organizer , the organizer will be liable up to the insured amount.
(17) The organizer will handle the personal information of participants in accordance with the laws and regulations related to personal information protection. A runner will agree in advance that the organizer can use the personal information for the purposes of inviting participants, notifying records, providing related information, offering services from sponsors, supporters, and concerned organizations, publicizing records (ranking), and others, in order to provide better services to participants.
(18) The event will be carried out in accordance with all relevant laws of Japan.
(19) The event will be carried out in accordance with the abovementioned terms of application and other race regulations set forth by the organizer.