Given the extreme climatic and meteorological variability, the organization will publish two weather reports on the s1trail.com website in the “news” section with the following purposes:
Bulletin 1: 5 days before the race, to inform about the conditions of the route and the weather forecast.
Bulletin 2: 12 hours before start with the latest updates and the result of the last survey on the route.
Variations to the suggested equipment and race routes
In the event of extreme weather phenomena, landslides, or events that make the route impracticable, last-minute changes will be possible. Any changes will be communicated clearly and in the shortest time possible to the participants and also through the staff on the route in the event that the race is in progress. In these cases, there is no type of compensation to competitors. The suspension of the race is not foreseen in any case: the date and the geographical area are in themselves indicators of a strong possibility of bad weather, which is considered one of the fundamental components sought by the athlete in the competition.
The environmental impact due to the production of waste from this event is limited thanks to actions such as, example, the use of compostable or reusable crockery and cutlery instead of disposable ones, the dispensing of draft drinks, and the use of alternative ways of communicating and publicizing the event.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to modify these regulations at any time for reasons it deems appropriate for a better organization of the race, after having communicated and obtained approval from FIDAL for the Trieste Urban Ecomarathon.
The Organization undertakes to publish on the s1trail.com website in the “news” section any updates on the route and the conditions of the race.