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MANDATORY EQUIPMENT

✅ Statement of appointment for Accreditation
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅ Medical Certificate
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅ Runner Bracelet
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅ Bib number visible from the front during the whole race
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅ Emergency or safety Whistle not a toy whistle
PRVertical, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅  Personal cup or glass 
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi.

✅ Zip Lock bags in order to store food supplied at aid stations
10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k y 100Mi.

✅ Emergency blanket
110k and 100Mi.

✅ Water bottles hydration backpack or soft flasks: no less than 750 cm3 for PRVertical and 110k, and 1500 cm3 for 100Mi.

✅ Official Race T-Shirt (optional).

✅ Headlamp or handheld flashlights of 200 lumens or over. The more lumens, the more effective to follow the reflective taping signalling.

100Mi: 2 Headlamps or handheld flashlights.
Runners of 100Mi must wear a headlamp at the Start Line for checking. The second headlamp may be in the drop bag sent to the Full Aid Station. After the Start of the race, runners have to wear their headlamps as from 5:00 pm (either on Friday 14th or Saturday 15th), and turn them on between 6:45 pm and 8:00 am. Runners spotted with their headlamps/flashlights off, in red mode, or without proper intensity during the period when they are supposed to be on, will be held back until daytime or prevented from continuing after Saturday 6:45 pm. Lighting is a critical safety element, we will therefore be uncompromising in this aspect.

110k: 2 Headlamps or handheld flashlights.
110k runners must start the race with 1 headlamp on. The second one might be in the drop-bag sent to any full aid PAS. After the start of the race, they must wear and have their lamp on until 8:00 am. If they are still on the race course after 5:00pm on Saturday, they must put them on again and turn them on after 6:45pm.
Runners spotted with their headlamps/flashlights off, in red mode, or without proper intensity during the period when they are supposed to be on, will be held back until daytime or prevented from continuing after 6:45 pm. Lighting is a critical safety element, we will therefore be uncompromising in this aspect.

70k: 2 Headlamps or handheld flashlights.
Runners of 70k must start the course wearing a headlamp which should be turned on until 8:00 am. The second one might be in the Drop Bag sent to the Total Assistance Aid Station. Runners must wear their headlamps after 5:00 pm, and turn them on after 6:45 pm, until the end of the race. Runners spotted with their headlamps/flashlights off, in red mode, or without proper intensity during the period when they are supposed to be on, will be held back until daytime or prevented from continuing after 6:45 pm. Lighting is a critical safety element, we will therefore be uncompromising in this aspect.

42k: 1 Headlamp or handheld flashlight.
42k runners must start the race with their headlamps or handheld flashlight on until 8:30 am. If still in the course after 5:00pm they must wear them, and turn them on after 6:45pm.

Warm clothes 
PRVertical, 10k, 21k, 42k, 70k, 110k and 100Mi. 
If extremely low temperatures were forecasted in any part of the course and the Organization should consider it risky, they might require the following MANDATORY items in the runners` backpacks, for all distances:
Long leggins or overpants. Windproof outer layer. Gloves. Fleece or like sweatshirt. Fleece or like shelter hat.
This requirement will be confirmed during the technical brief the day before the race.