Prices and Registration Dates

Registration Price

Registration Terms

The terms and conditions apply pursuant to guidelines posted on the website, intended to expand and clarify such guidelines.

Participation in the races is permitted only to runners who practice regularly, are under medical supervision, healthy and fit to run.

Each participant is responsible for choosing to participate, for the selected race and the manner of performing the race. Runners must, inter alia, consider their health, fitness, training and personal capacity.

Runners in all races are required to read and electronically sigh the health declaration appearing upon initial registration online.

Runners under 18 on race day, 10 December 2021, are required to present parental permission in the form appearing on site when registering to the race online.

Minimum Participation Age

Minimum participation ages apply to each race. Participants must ensure that on race day – 10 December 2021 – they meet the minimum age requirements for the desired race:

  • Marathon – 18+.
  • Half-Marathon – 16+ (16-18 subject to parental permission upon registration).
  • 10K – 14+ (14-18 subject to parental permission upon registration).
  • 5K – 12+ (12-18 subject to parental permission upon registration).

Registration Guidelines

Credit card payment possible for registration.

Cancellation and Change Policy

  • Changes and cancellations are permitted until 11 November 2021 at 13:59 via e-mail to: Tiberiasmarathon@target-market.co.il. Registration cancellation and race changes will be subject to a handling fee of 20 NIS.
  • Cancellation will not be permitted after 11 November 2021, for any reason whatsoever, except a medical issue subject to a medical certificate, which must be submitted with the registration cancellation application by e-mail to: Tiberiasmarathon@target-market.co.il. Cancellation is subject to a cancellation fee of 40 NIS.
  • In exceptional cases, races can be changed after 11 November 2021 at a fee of 40 NIS and subject to race production company exclusive discretion.
  • In addition to the handling fee, changing to a more expensive race is subject to supplementing the difference, and changing to a less expensive race will credit the participants the difference, based on the cost for late registration.
  • Refunds for changes and cancellations will be effected up to 90 days after transaction approval.

Discounts:

  • Early-bird discounts apply.
  • The event production company reserves the right to close registration to this course at any time and upon its exclusive discretion

General instructions

Runners must comply with organizer guidelines as they appear on the website, in the field and in any manner by which the organizers choose to convey the guidelines. The guidelines are intended to enable fa fair and organized competition for all participants. The organizers and position holders may disqualify runners who demonstrated unsportsmanlike conduct in contravention of the guidelines or who risked themselves or other athletes. Such runners will not be entitled to a refund.

Runners are responsible and personally committed to their health and the possible consequences where their health does not permit the effort required during the race. If necessary, runners must consult with a competent medical factor regarding medical issues that might risk their health during the race.

Runners must wear the number bib on the front of their shirt. Runners who do not wear the numbered bib will not be permitted into the starting/finish line.

Electronic mats will be placed along the course for measuring interim times and race control points. Runners must cross these mats. Runners who are not recorded in the system, might be disqualified.

Runners shall run on the road only. They may not use the sidewalks or traffic islands.

The runners must not be accompanied, neither by bike nor other vehicles, and they may not be accompanied by runners. This might put them at risk of disqualification.

The results are determined by the birth year and not the runners’ precise birth date.

Winners in various categories will be awarded trophies or a similar prize. Some winners may be given an additional gift upon the organizers’ exclusive discretion.

Participants are informed that the event is photographed and document on video and stills. Registration and participation reflect participant consent for the organizers or anyone on their behalf using such documentation for marketing and media advertising purposes, upon their discretion.

The organizers undertake not to disclose the registrants’ credit details to third parties.

The finish lines for the various races will be closed after sounding the launch signal for each, as follows:

  • Marathon – 6 hours
  • Half marathon – 02:55 hours
  • 10 km – 1:40 hours
  • 5 km- 50 minutes

Runners running at a slower than the average rate at various points along the course are requested to use the sidewalks and may be asked to stop running, contact the staff on-site and proceed to the finishing area. Competition management will not necessarily be able to monitor runners running slower than stated and is not responsible for the well-being of such runners along the course and at the finish line.

Results for winners in the general rating will be determined by the launch signal. In all other categories, personal times will be determined by the launch signal on the personal badge (given to each runner upon passing the starting line).

The results are determined by the birth year and not the runners’ precise birth date.

Winners in various categories will be awarded trophies or a similar prize. Some winners may be given an additional gift upon the organizers’ exclusive discretion.

Athletes may file written appeals on the results of the event secretariat, located behind the ceremony platform at the marathon compound, up to 30 minutes after the end of the said event. Filing an appeal is subject to a fee of 100 NIS, which shall be refunded to the appellant where the appeal is accepted.

Participants are informed that the event is photographed and documented on video and stills. Registration and participation reflect participant consent for the organizers or anyone on their behalf using such documentation for marketing and media advertising purposes, upon their discretion.

The organizers may cancel the event and/or introduce changes thereto due to security or safety considerations, guidelines from competent factors, emergencies, extreme weather conditions, or other events that, upon organizers’ discretion, justify such cancellation/change.

The organizing committee may close the registration earlier than noted on the official marathon website and according to the number of registrants.

Organizers may update the information on this website and participants must follow these updates.

Changes may apply

E&OE

Professional Terms for Runners

  1. Runners must comply with organizer guidelines as they appear on the website, in the field, and in any manner by which the organizers choose to convey the guidelines. The guidelines are intended to enable fair and organized competition for all participants.
  2. The organizers and position holders may disqualify runners who demonstrated unsportsmanlike conduct in contravention of the guidelines or who risked themselves or other athletes. Such runners will not be entitled to a refund.
  3. Runners must wear a sports shirt/tank top (or similar) and wear the numbered bib on the front of their shirt in a visible manner. The bib must not be folded or any text concealed. Runners who do not wear the numbered bib will not be permitted into the starting/finish line.
  4. Electronic Mats A mat will be placed at the starting line, activating each runner’s personal time, only when crossing the line, regardless of the launch signal. . Electronic mats will be placed along the course for measuring interim times and race control points. Runners must cross these mats (not beside them). Runners who are not recorded in the system might be disqualified.
  5. Starting early before the launch signal might lead to disqualification. Even if the race was not restarted and after the end of the race.
  6. Results for winners in the general rating will be determined by the launch signal. In all other categories, personal times will be determined by the launch signal on the personal badge (given to each runner upon passing the starting line).
  7. Runners competing for a spot among the top three winners or by age category may not run with electronic devices such as earphones, telephone, radio, etc. – especially if use thereof is intended for instructions from a supporting factor.
  8. Running along the course is conducted on the road only, do not use sidewalks or traffic islands, leave the course, or utilize any other situation to shorten the course. In general – any unsportsmanlike conduct intended to grant a runner an advantage over others might lead to runner disqualification. 
  9. The runners must not be accompanied, either by bike nor other vehicles, and they may not be accompanied by runners. This might put them at risk of disqualification.
  10. Runners may receive food and beverages, as well as personal gear (such as gloves) at the official race station only. Receiving personal refreshments requires coordination with the organizers and it is usually intended for lead runners only.
  11. Athletes may file written appeals on the results to the event secretariat, located behind the ceremony platform at the marathon compound, up to 30 minutes after the end of the said event. Filing an appeal is subject to a fee of 100 NIS, which shall be refunded to the appellant where the appeal is accepted.