Race Terms and Conditions

1. Background
Participants in an ordinary marathon are easily injured.
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers therefore recommend that you get a thorough medical check-up, and adequate insurance cover, prior to running the marathon. The above is also the reason for the following terms and conditions, including in particular the exclusion of liability in clauses 2 - 3.

2. Participation at your own risk
By joining
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon you accept that your participation in the marathon is at your own responsibility and your own risk in every respect.

You accept that you cannot claim any kind of damages, indemnification or any other compensation for personal injury, damage to property or any other loss, including any kind of indirect loss in connection with your participation in the marathon, from
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers, sponsors, staff or partners, unless you are subjected to any kind of injury or loss due to gross negligence on the part of Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers or their employees. Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon cannot be held liable for negligence displayed by independently participating third parties or the local authorities prior to, during, or after the run.

If you are injured in any way due to your participation in
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon, and as a result are unable to go through with your stay in Thailand as planned, you are also prevented from claiming damages, indemnification or any other kind of compensation.

3. Medical help
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon will ensure that qualified medial professionals are on hand to assist competitors during the marathon. However, if any treatment is not or cannot be carried out by these medical personnel, it will be a matter between you, the local medical services, and your travel insurance. You cannot hold the Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon responsible for any errors or any negligence caused by local medical personnel.

If the medical staff or other assistants in the marathon advise any competitor against continuing the race due to medical concerns, the person in question will be advised to withdraw from the run.
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon does not undertake any responsibility for such a decision.

4. Insurance
It is highly recommended that all participants take out adequate personal and travel insurance before entering the
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon. Such insurance cannot be taken out in Thailand, and must be purchased before arriving in the country.

5. Sponsors
Without the assistance and support of sponsors of the
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon, such a race would not be possible. Therefore, in order to protect their interests and investment, any competitor wishing to wear or carry any form of advertising, other than normal clothing logos, must obtain written permission from the Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers in advance of the race date.

6. Film & video
Family, friends and other spectators are very welcome to take photographs or make video recordings for private use. Professional photographers must obtain written permission from
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers prior to the race. All rights in relation to the River Kwai Half Marathon name and logo are the property of Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon, and permission to use the name Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon or pictures from the event for commercial purposes, must be obtained in writing from Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon prior to use.

7. The Thai authorities
Without the good will of the Thai authorities,
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon would not be possible. Traffic control and medical aid are some of the favors that the Thai authorities perform to help the success of Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon.

Therefore, all participants must respect any request from the Thai police or local authorities. Any hostile confrontation between runners and local authorities would be an enormous embarrassment to Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon, and could result in cancellation of the run or like consequences.

In Thailand, disputes are rarely settled through direct confrontation and any
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon competitor seeking to settle a dispute face to face with a police officer or local authority, risks losing his entry and will face a massive financial claim for compensation from the Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers.

Likewise, respect should be shown for the citizens of Thailand for their help and generosity in enabling this race to take place.

8. Force majeure
In the event of any situation outside the organizers control, such as a political unrest, weather or like conditions the following will happen:

  1. Should the incident occur before departure to Thailand, the trip will be cancelled and the payment refunded. If possible, all participants will be offered an alternative race date.

  2. In case the incident occurs after arrival in Thailand, there will be no refund of payment but as many elements on the itinerary will be carried through as planned, with changes in the details of the program where necessary.

9. Additional notes
These conditions, in particular the exclusions of liability in clauses 2 - 3, form part of your agreement with
Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon Organizers in connection with Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon.

. Choice of law and venue
By joining Queens Cup Pattaya Marathon, you accept that any dispute in relation to your participation in the run will be subject to Thai law.

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