Starting numbers

Rules & important information

The most important information

The better prepared as a participant, not only athletically but also organisationally, the more intensively the event can be enjoyed. Therefore, all important information should be obtained in advance.


Children race

  • 2017/18/19 female/male
  • 2015/2016 female/male
  • 2013/2014 female/male
  • 2011/2012 female/male
  • 2009/2010 female/male

Main race 15.3 km

  • 2007/2008 Students F/M
  • 2005/2006 Juniors F/M
  • 1990-2004 Seniors F/M
  • 1985-1989 F/M 35
  • 1980-1984 F/M 40
  • 1975-1979 F/M 45
  • 1970-1974 F/M 50
  • 1965-1969 F/M 55
  • 1970-1964 F/M 60
  • 1955-1959 F/M 65
  • 1950-1954 F/M 70
  • 1945-1949 F/M 75
  • 1944 and older F/M 80

Nordic Walking 15.3 km

  • 1900-2008 one category

Just for Fun 15.3 km

  • 1900-2008 one category

Special Olympics

  • 1900-2008 one category

Handbiker 15.3 km

  • 1900-2008 one category
Starting blocks
  • 5.00 pm: 1st block
  • 5.05 pm: 2nd block
  • 5.10 pm: 3rd block
  • 5.15 pm: 4th block
  • 5.20 pm: 5th block & Nordic Walking

Each runner can freely choose the starting group, taking into account the personal performance level.

Starting time
  • 1.30 pm: Children race
  • 4.57 pm: Handbiker
  • 5.00 pm: Main race (check single starting blocks)

The timing will be measured by the company Datasport with a timing chip.
The timing chip is integrated in the bib number and does not need to be returned.
No deposit or rental fee has to be paid.

Time limits

There is no time limit for the race. However, the race is over at 9.00 pm.
Anyone who has not finished by this time of day will be taken out of the classification.

Change & cancellation

The organiser reserves the right to change the regulation at any time in order to improve the organisation of the event.

Any changes to service, location and time details will be communicated to the participants in an appropriate manner by means of registration confirmation or on the website
The website is the information portal of the event where all official announcements will be published.

If the race is cancelled due to major force (unexpected and unforeseen circumstances), the participant is not entitled to a refund of the partecipation fee or any other expenses.

On presentation of a medical certificate confirming the participant’s disability to compete on the day of the event, the organiser reserves the right to credit the entry fee to the next event.


With the registration to the race the participant declares the following:

  • With the participation to the Resia Lake’s Race, I acknowledge the exclusion of liability of the organiser for damages of any kind.
  • I will not make any claims against the organiser and the sponsors of the run, nor against the neighbouring communities, the owners of private roads or their representatives for damages and injuries of any kind that may result from my participation in the race.
  • I declare that I have trained sufficiently for this competition and that I am physically healthy.
  • I have my own liability insurance.
  • I agree that the data stated in my registration, the photos, film recordings and interviews taken of me can be used in radio, television, advertising or books without any claim to remuneration from me.
  • I confirm that my year of birth is correct and that I will not give my bib number to a third person.
  • I am aware that I will be disqualified if I alter the official bib number in any way, in particular if I make the advertising print not visible or unrecognisable or if I allow myself to be accompanied by third parties on bicycles or similar.
  • In the event of cancellation of the Resia Lakes’ Race due to major force (flood, storm, pandemic, etc.) the participation fee will not be refunded.
Nature conservation

It is forbidden to throw rubbish outside the marked catering areas.

Leaving the track is not permitted for reasons of nature conservation. Failure to comply with these rules will result in disqualification.

The route of the race of Resia Lake runs through wonderful nature. To the organiser it is therefore very important that nature and environmental protection are respected. Necessary measures, such as a sufficient number of waste disposal points, will make it easier for participants to comply with the rules. In the start/finish area and on the entire event ground, the thought “Protect your environment” should apply.

Start of the main run For a clean environment Waste separation Green Event Start Start number distribution Stands