Trail Riley Race Responsibility for Health

Participants are responsible for ensuring their own health and fitness level prior to participating in the race.

It is recommended that participants undergo a medical check-up and obtain clearance from a healthcare professional before engaging in any physical activity, including marathon running.

Participants should be aware of their personal limitations and avoid pushing beyond their capabilities, especially if they have any pre-existing medical conditions.

If participants experience any discomfort, pain, or unusual symptoms during the marathon, it is their responsibility to immediately stop running and seek medical assistance if necessary.

Participants should stay hydrated throughout the race and consume appropriate nutrition to support their energy levels and overall well-being.

It is important for participants to listen to their body and take breaks or rest when needed.

Participants are encouraged to wear appropriate clothing, footwear, and protective gear to minimize the risk of injury.

The marathon organizers and event staff are not responsible for any injuries, illnesses, or accidents that may occur during the event. Participants assume all risks associated with their participation.

By participating in the marathon, participants acknowledge and accept the responsibility for their own health and well-being.