The conditions mentioned below apply to all acquisitions of start numbers for Copenhagen Half Marathon.
In purchasing a CPH Half Marathon entry, you enter into agreement with:
Copenhagen Half Marathon is organised in a partnership between The Danish Athletic Federation and Sparta Athletics and Running. The race will be held in accordance with the rules set up by The Danish Athletic Federation and the International Athletics Foundation.
|The Danish Athletic Federation
Brøndby Stadion 20
+45 4326 2308
|Sparta Athletics and Running
Gunnar Nu Hansens Plads 11
+45 3526 6900
GENERAL ENTRY CONDITIONS
Data Protection and Confidentiality
A bib number is personal and it is the entrant’s responsibility to enter correct personal information. The unauthorised use of a bib number can and will result in disqualification. It is possible to transfer an entry to a different person.
The organisers reserve the right to publish the entrant’s name, club affiliation, country of origin, firm, date of birth, and nationality on start numbers and in the list of results. All personal data given by you will be handled by the organisers and will not be passed on or sold to a third party except in anonymised from for statistics purposes. E-mails will be used solely to issue important and relevant information regarding the race unless otherwise explicitely agreed upon. Entrant have the option to unsubscribe to emails and SMS text messages, however, if he chooses to do so, he will not receive any other forms of practical participant information.
Use of Media Material
Photos, footage, interviews, and similar media material in which the entrants appear in Copenhagen Half Marathon can subsequently be used by the organisers freely, including marketing purposes. All printed and digital photos on websites, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are subject to copyright ownership and may not under any circumstances be used for marketing or commercial purposes unless specifically agreed upon in advance. Official press photos, which are made available in the Media Package, can be used freely with reference to Copenhagen Half Marathon. For permission to use photos, please contact the organisers.
The Copenhagen Half Marathon race packet including bib number and participant T-shirt must be collected at the Copenhagen Half Marathon Expo in Sparta Hallen, Gunnar Nu Hansens Plads 11, DK-2100 Copenhagen. In order to receive the race packet, the entrant is required to present his/her registration card, which is sent out per email approx. two weeks before the event.
Bib number pick-up on race day will be possible at the CPH Half Expo. Race day pick up is fully at the entrant’s own risk, and the organisers carry no responsibility for any delays or impediments of any kind what so ever.
Special Conditions or Equipment
Blind or otherwise physically impaired persons are allowed entry provided they show due consideration to fellow runners. Special equipments, such as handchairs, wheelchairs and babyjoggers, are allowed only by previous agreement with the organisers.
The course time limit at the Copenhagen Half Marathon is 3 hours net (i.e. from the time the participant passes the start line).
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF SUBSCRIPTION
Confirmation of purchase
Immediately after submitting your registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a receipt. If you do not receive this e-mail or if it contains errors or omissions, please contact customer service or log into your personal entrant profile to update your participant data. It is the entrant’s responsibility to ensure that the data entered in his/her entrant profile is up to date at any time.
Prices, Handling Charge, and Payment methods
Entrance fee is exempted from VAT in accordance with the Danish legislation on amateur sports’ exemption from VAT. Sparta Athletics and Running will charge a handling fee of DKK 20 VAT included. Payment methods include debit card, Visa debit, VISA, Euro Mastercard, VISA Electron, Diners Club, MobilePay Online, and Maestro.
Online Payment Security
The payment system is secured against identity theft with a so-called TLS solution which is a system that encrypts all your bank card information. This means that neither we nor anyone else (with the exception of Nets and Bambora) have access to your bank card information. Furthermore, the TLS-system ensures that data between your browser and our server cannot change.
DIBS manages the payment module. You have the option to decline payment once you receive your payments statements and you are not liable if you are the victim of bank card fraud in an internet store if its payment system uses a TLS-certificate.
Product Liability, Right of Cancellation, and Reimbursement
Pursuant to the Danish law on consumer protection in e-business, the organizers are responsible for product liability. According to the law on e-business, the entrant (the buyer) has no right of cancellation since the agreement does not include recreational leisure time activities.
A transfer must be conducted correctly through the entrant’s online profile. Any unauthorized use of a bib number can lead to disqualification.
Organizer can not be held responsible for fraud and abuse related to the transfer of bib numbers, even if the transfer has been mediated on Copenhagen Half Marathon’s official channels, e.g. Facebook or Instagram.
According to Danish Law, it is prohibited to resell sports events tickets for more than face value, unless this has been arranged with the organizer.
LIABILITY, ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The entrant should be sufficiently fit and healthy to finish the race unaided. It is possible to enter any specific medical or health conditions on the back of the bib number for the convenience of the medical team.
By applying, the entrant automatically accepts that participation is at one’s own risk and that the organisers, their business partners, or sponsors cannot be held liable for injuries incurred or inflicted during the race unless the organisers are directly to blame.
Entrants under the age of 18 confirm that their parents or guardian have given their acceptance to the minor’s participation in the race.
Cancellation and Force Majeure (incl. Covid-19)
Organisers have the right to cancel the race due to Covid-19 restrictions or due to general circumstances caused by Covid-19. In such case, the entrant has the right to get a refund of his/her entry fee.
Organisers also have the right to cancel the race in the event of force majeure, i.e. due to circumstances or conditions on or close to race day that makes it impossible to go through with the race. Acts of force majeure include, but are not limited to enforcement or prohibition notices issued by the authorities, violent weather, major accidents, emergency situations or other circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the organisers. In case the organiser has already defrayed all or a major part of the costs and expenses related to the event, the entrant is not entitled to a refund of his/her entry fee or any other expenses related to the entrant’s participation in the event.
In the event of such extraordinary incidents or circumstances, the organiser will take all possible appropriate and timely measures to minimize the costs and losses associated with the cancellation. In case the event should yield a profit, entrants will be offered a partly refund of his/her entry fee.
Possible Errors and Omissions
The organisers shall not be held liable for potential errors or omissions in regards to prices or event specifications both online and in printed material. All published information is subject to possible changes.
If you have any questions you are welcome to contact our customer service:
Monday to Thursday 10:00 am to 17:00 pm
Fridays 10:00 am to 15:00 pm