Rules

The cross Country race, the 12th Alto Adige/Südtirol Moonlight Classic Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm will take place on Wednesday, 31st January 2018  on the Alpe di Siusi. The mass start is in Compatsch at 8pm. The long-distance route of 30km is considered to be very demanding. The short-distance route is 15km and is considered to be easy.
The finishing line for both the 30km and 15km routes is also Compatsch. On both routes the classic diagonal style only is allowed. Marshals are placed along the route and will report and disqualify any participant breaking the rules.

Registration and information. You can obtain information about South Tyrol’s Moonlight Classic Seiser Alm race on our home page: www.moonlightclassic.info. This is also available at the Seiser Alm’s tourism association at telephone +39 0471 727904, Fax +39 0471 727828 or info@moonlightclassic.info.

The entry fee is €45.00 for the 30km event and €40.00 for the 15km by registration until 30.11.17. The fee for the registration after 01.12.2017  is € 60.00 for both tracks.
Countries with the Euro currency: Transfer of the entry fee to our bank account with the Raiffeisenkasse in Kastelruth/Castelrotto, I-BZ 39040 Kastelruth/Castelrotto. BBAN C 08056 23100 000300005339; IBAN: IT 44 C 08056 23100 000300005339, Swift-BIC: RZSBIT21011. When picking up your starting number, you must present your confirmation of bank transfer.

By registering for this event participants accept the regulations governing this event. This is also valid for a proxy registration.
Minimum age for participants: only those born before 1st February 2000 for the 30km and 15km event.

Late registrations can be effected on 31st January 2018 at the racing office in Compatsch from 2pm to 7pm. Entry fees are: €60.00 for the 30km event and €60.00 for the 15km event.

The entry fee entitles participants to take part, to a starter’s kit and provisions along the route and at the finish. All participants of the Moonlight Classic cross country race can drive to the starting point on 31.01.2018 from 5pm onwards. Those athletes who do not travel to the starting point by car can use the Seiser Alm railway free of charge. Spectators have free access to the railway from 6pm onwards. The railway operates until 1am.

Participants who, for whatever reason (including force majeure), cannot take part in the event will not be refunded the entry fee. In the case of online registration insurance can be taken out to cover the cost of cancellation in the event of accident or illness.

Changing names and exchanging starting numbers is not allowed.

Please note! The colour of the starting numbers varies according to the distance (30 or 15km). Both events start at the Feuerwehrhalle (fire brigade station) in Compatsch.

First starting line-up: athletes who are in a national squad and can show they are below 90 points in the FIS (International Ski Federation) ranking list.
Second starting line-up: all the others who are taking part in the ski marathon. On entering the starting area skiers must ensure that they are displaying the stickers provided for this event. Garment bags must be labelled and handed in before the start of the race.

Only one ski can be changed.

Those overtaking have no claim to a ‘right of way’. The ski run is marked out by flares.

In spite of this participants must ensure that they are well informed about the course of the route! Participants are obliged to wear headlamps. They can be bought at the start of the race. In the event of cloudy weather the race will still start.

The race will be timed electronically using a Datasport chip. There are several check points along the route. Skiers who take a short cut or skate will be disqualified. The chip for measuring the time is fixed to your starting number.

Your starter’s kit and number will be handed over in the racing office on Wednesday, 31st January 2018 from 2pm to 7pm.
You have to pay a €10.00 deposit in cash which is reimbursed when your chip is handed over at the end of the race.

Time limit is 3.5 hours for the 30km. The race management can remove skiers who are too slow from the race.

The award ceremony will take place at about 10pm in the marquee in Compatsch. Each atlet has to be present himself to take his Price.

Liabilities. By registering and paying the entry fee participants accept without reservation the current conditions and confirm that they have a medical certificate in accordance with the statutory instrument of 18.02.82. They relieve the organising committee of any responsibility for accidents before or after the race, or for any damage participants inflict on third parties or the property of third parties. By registering for this event participants agree that their personal data can be passed on to third parties for purposes of processing in accordance with Italy’s Data Protection Act number 675/96.

Participants agree their personal data (start number, name and Christian name, age group, residence) can be published in the lists of starters and ranking lists on the Internet and in print and electronic media.

Participants agree that the organiser, his sponsors and partners can use films and photos to illustrate web pages, ranking lists and other PR objectives (e.g., for flyers, contributions to clients’ magazines).

In the event of adverse weather conditions the organising committee will offer an alternative route. Should the event have to be cancelled for reasons of force majeure, the entry fee will not be refunded.

The organising committee reserves the right to limit the number of participants and to alter the route if necessary.

Claims. Complaints must be put in writing and, in accordance with the regulations, accompanied by a deposit of €100.00. If the complaint is upheld the deposit will be refunded.

The organiser does not accept any responsibility for articles of value or the garment bag.

Participants agree to exclude the organisers, sponsors, and local government authorities, owners of private property, radio and TV establishments from any liability.

Accommodation. Participants must organise accommodation themselves. Information is available in the tourism associations of Seiser Alm, Seis, Kastelruth and Völs am Schlern or at www.seiseralm.it.