PARTICIPANTS WITH DISABILITIES
Visual Deficient Athletes, Athletes in Wheelchairs are eligible to participate in the 5K, 10K and the half marathon races: (see condition below).
“joëlettes” are eligible to participate in the 10K and the half marathon races. (see condition below).
The Paralympic road race is subject to the official rules of "off-stadiums" races of the FFA.
Registration for the event and presentation of the medical certificate or license are mandatory for all participants (disabled, guides and "joëlettes").
To ensure their safety and to facilitate their start, the organization asked the disabled riders allowed to participate, to contact them by sending us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org before June 1st, 2018.
To ensure the safety of all the participants of the half marathon, the organization may be forced to take some provisions (ex: limitation of the number of disabled participants...). Thank you for your understanding.
Visual Deficient Athlete:
- The blind or visually impaired athlete and his guide are inseparable.
- Registration is required for the runner and his guide. They have either the same bib number or a single chip attributed to the single athlete.
- It will be impossible to run accompanied by a service animal.
Therefore, we offer services of human guides to the registered participants who would like or need further assistance.
Please contact email@example.com before June 1, 2018 to submit your request for a human guide.
- To the possible extent, the guide must be identified as such, with a 'GUIDE' inscription on his bib, or a bright and identifiable color jumper.
- Important: Wearing a homologated helmet is compulsory.
- The athlete must have a competition wheelchair (three wheels with braking device) which complies with IPC (-direct manual propulsion on handrails). He must be able to operate it in all circumstances.
- To ensure the safety of runners, an early start will take place for disabled runners.
The "Hand-bike or Hand-Cycling" is not allowed at this event. This activity is considered to be a cycling sport.
"Joëlettes" are eligible to participate in the 10K and the Half-Marathon races.
For safety reasons, maximum 5 "Joëlettes" are authorized for each race departure.
Although this activity is part of the "Federation Française de Randonnée Pédestre", any participant must comply with the official rules of theDisneyland® Paris Magic Run Weekend.