Asgata Ultra 70K - Race Information
Asgata Ultra: Asgata Football Field (70 km)
EVENT TYPE:  Ultra road running race. The entire route is on asphalt roads.
RACE DATE:  23 September 2023
START – FINISH:  The race starts at 04.00 on Saturday the 23rd of September 2023 from Asgata's football field, follows a circular route and finishes at the same place.
PARTICIPATION LIMIT:  Only 50 runners will be accepted.  
REGISTRATION PERIOD:  Registrations close on 18th September 2023  
PARTICIPATION COST:  EUR50 (until 18th September 2023). Part of the profits will be given to the needs of the Asgata village (to be announced).   Register Here
RACE INJURY: The organisers are not liable in case of injury, or even death of a runner. Participants upon registration should be fully aware of the difficulties of the race and confirm that they have no health problems.
TIME LIMITS:  the race cut off time is at 10 hours (14:00 Saturday 23/09/2023). All runners should be aware that there is also an intermediary cut off point at Ora village checkpoint 9, at 47th kilometer. Therefore, runners should reach the CP 9 within 6:30 hours after the start of the race . Runners who fail to arrive CP 9 on time will be disqualified.  
BIB NUMBERS:  Race BIB numbers will be handed on Saturday 23/09/2023 from 03:00-03:50 hrs at the registration desk at Asgasta football field (race starting point). It is required for all runners to have arranged and paid for the race fee in order to process their registration and issue a BIB number. All successful payments will result in the BIB numbers to appear in the participants’ list. It is mandatory for all runners to have their BIB number visible at all times, or easily accessible to show at the CPs during the race.
DROP BAGS:  Runners are allowed to leave one drop bag that will be available at Ora village checkpoint 7, at 46th kilometer. Drop bags must be handed over to the organizing committee on Saturday from 03:00 – 03:50 hrs, at the start of the race at Asgata football field. The drop bags must have the runner’s BIB number tag attached, which is provided by the organizers. No drop bags will be accepted after 03:50hrs due to the limited time available to forward them.
RACE BREIFING:  A short technical briefing will take place at the starting line as soon as all runners receive their BIB numbers.  
EXTERNAL HELP:  External help is not permitted.
RUNNERS’ EQUIPMENT: There are no compulsory items that runners need to carry on with them. However, there are plenty of check points to replenish runners, the organizing committee strongly recommends that runners should carry at least 1lt of water (depending on weather conditions), energy gels, snacks, electrolytes, hat or bandana, etc.
CHECKPOINTS:  There will be thirteen (13) CPs during the race course. Runners will be monitored at all CPs where they will find water, isotonic drinks, fruit juice, coke, bananas, crackers/biscuits, boiled potatoes, snacks etc. Almost all CPs will be equipped with minimal first aid supplies (vaseline, gauzes, deep freeze spray, band aids, Betadine (antiseptic), cotton, etc.). Finally, all runners should be aware of the race regulations and comply with them. Noncompliance with the above will result in the runner’s disqualification.  
AWARDS:  All finishers within the time limit will receive a souvenir medal, the race technical t-shirt and certification of completion, as well as gifts provided by the race sponsors. Award trophies will be given to the first three men and women of all ages. The awards ceremony will take place on the same day Saturday 23/09/2023 at 12:30. Runners should be present at the awards ceremony to get their awards as per the race regulations. A reception is to follow right after the awards ceremony.
HEALTH & SAFETY: The race is supervised by the race director, organising committee, judges and stewards throughout its distance. A safety car will be available to pick up any runners who wish to quit, or do not reach the CP 7 before the cut off time.  
DISCLAIMER:  The organiser bears no responsibility whatsoever for loss of life, injury, or any health issues likely to arise during, or after the race. Runners agree in their application that they are aware of the race difficulty and ensure that they are in good health and fit to participate. The organiser is not responsible for any property loss (garment, valuables or equipment). It is recommended that runners have insurance coverage during the event that will also cover their return to their home country in case of death, illness or injury.
GENERAL INFORMATION:  The Asgata Ultra is conducted as per the International Association of Ultrarunners ( It is incumbent on all runners to respect the race rules and abide by the instructions and decisions of the judges, stewards and medical doctors. Noncompliance with the race rules will result in disqualification.
AS A QUALIFICATION RACE: Asgata Ultra 70K is one of the qualification races for participation in Euchidios Athlos 107,5KM
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