General Conditions
  • Runners are not allowed to transfer or sell their entry without approval, under NO circumstances may a person start the event assuming the identity of another or without being properly entered. Any such act will result in the respective entry being cancelled and all details removed from the official results as well as both the original entrant and person who runs under their name refused entry in future events.
  • All runners agreeing to the terms and conditions as part of their entry also must have read and understood the specific race rules listed here but also the information contained within this website, which may be changed at any time up to the start of the event.
  • This is a physically arduous and mentally challenging event and no responsibility will be taken for any accidents/injuries. (Runners are strongly advised to have their own medical insurance covering the costs of medical evacuation).
  • The Race Committee may prevent any runner from starting, even after their entry has been accepted, or retire a runner during the event, if it is decided that the runner may be placing themselves or others at any risk whatsoever, or for any other reason.
  • All runners shall obey directions from Race Officials, Police, Medical, Ambulance, Rural Fire Service personnel and Sweepers. Failure to adhere to these rules or directions on the day may result in the runner not being accepted for entry for future races.

Mandatory Gear - Corker Challenge
For your safety, you must carry the following mandatory gear at all times whist in the event. The weather in the Barringtons can change quickly from extremely hot, to very cold and wet and event below zero and snaowing. Be prepared for extreme conditions. 
  • Long sleeve thermal top
  • Waterproof jacket 

Entry Cancellation and Refund Policy
Please note, that once an entry has been accepted, we are not in a position to provide a refund should you choose to withdraw from the event or otherwise unable to make it. You can however transfer your registration to the following year or to another individual.

General Race Cancellation
In the event that the event course is, in the opinion of the event organisers, unsafe (for example by reason of heavy rain, high winds, bushfires, "acts of god"), organisers may, in their sole discretion, attempt to re-route the course, find an alternative shortened course or cancel the event. The organiser reserves the right to alter the course without notice and/or cancel the event in consultation with, and under the direction of, emergency services agencies and major event stakeholders or landowners. In the unlikely circumstance that the event is cancelled for reasons outside of our control, we will be unable to offer a refund of your entry fee. 
   
Emergency Access and Assembly Points
In the event where an emergency evacuation is required, the are the access and assembly points.
  • Williams Top Picnic Area
  • Lagoon Pinch Picnic Area
    
Race Numbers and chips
A runner will not be eligible for an award, medallion, certificate or other prize unless completing the course as provided in these rules, within the official time limit and wearing the official race number, attached to the front of their clothes, preferably on his or her chest, so the allotted race number can be seen throughout the duration of the event. Please do not cut or fold the race number. Runners who choose to run the race without a shirt must have the complete uncut race number pinned to the front of their shorts. Personnel log race numbers at aid stations for the safety of runners and they must have a clear view of every race number.

Medication
Runners who are taking prescribed medication must provide details on the back of their race number in the space allocated. You should consult your doctor for an assessment of your fitness to complete in this event.

Insurance
The organiser of the Event, Signature Events Co, has public liability insurance cover. This does not include personal accident insurance for competitors. We recommend that you arrange your own person accident insurance, ambulance cover and income protection insurance before participating in the Event to cover any unforeseen personal costs you may incur due to ambulance trips, medical expenses or time of work due to injuries sustained whilst participating in the Event.

Pacers and Sweepers
All sweepers and pacers have the authority to withdraw any runner, at any time, who they feel is unlikely to complete the run within the cut-off period allowed (and their judgment is final). They may also decide to retire runners at the aid station if they feel that this is in the best interests of the runner and/or the race. In addition, any runner that fails to meet the cut-off times specified below will be withdrawn by an official sweeper or other authorised race official.
A runner who is withdrawn must remove the race number and surrender it to the sweeper or other race official. Some runners striving to fulfill personal goals may be tempted to disregard the sweeper by continuing after having been officially retired. Remember that in entering the race you have agreed to follow official directions, and if required, retire gracefully. Aid Stations will be dismantled as soon as the sweepers have passed and tired runners cannot be left on their own in remote country. Due to the inherent dangers of travelling these tracks in a fatigued state, this selfish luxury cannot be afforded and will result in the runner being barred from all future events.