Things to Know

Please review the rules and regulations in effect for all events in the Run Calgary series.

Run Calgary race policies

Run Calgary Code of Conduct

Updated November 2023

Run Calgary  is committed to providing a friendly, respectful environment that reinforces socially responsible behaviour. This means that staff, volunteers, and race participants are expected to treat others with courtesy and respect. Discrimination or harassment is not acceptable at any Run Calgary event. Staff, volunteers, and race participants are expected to treat each other fairly, recognizing and valuing diversity, and ensuring their behaviour is respectful at all times.

Discrimination and Harassment means any inappropriate conduct or comment that would cause a person to be humiliated or intimidated.

Run Calgary staff, and volunteers are expected to stop or report any incidents of discrimination or harassment of which they become aware. Run Calgary staff and volunteers’ failure to comply with the policy may result in disciplinary action, up to and possibly including dismissal.

 If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to info@calgarymarathon.com

Refunds

All registration fees are non-refundable. No refunds, transfers, medical comps or deferrals under any circumstances. Selling your race bib, or having another person use your bib in the event is strictly prohibited. This act may seem well intentioned but has many negative implications to the organizers and participants including liability, timing, results, awards and many other factors. If a registrant sells or gives away their race bib to another participant, they will not be allowed to participate in future events.

Headphones and Music Players

The race directors discourage the use of these devices for the runner's safety and the safety of those around them. There is no risk of disqualification for simple use, however, if a runner puts themselves or other runners at risk through an unsafe act that the Board of Directors determine was caused directly or indirectly through the use of a prohibited item, the race directors reserve the right to disqualify the runner.