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第9回湘南国際マラソン 9th Shonan International Marathon

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NEWS
(October 29, 2014)
The final version of event site map, bag check layout and course map are added.
(October 10, 2014)
We have sent out the race package to the participant who lives in Japan.

Race Package
Entry from Japan;
All application items including your number bib, T-shirt (prize for participation), programs will be sent by postal mail at later date.
Outside Japan;
If you live out of Japan, you must pick up your package on the day of race day. Package includes Race Program, Number Bib, Tracking Chips, and T-shirt.
●Number card pick-up at Oiso prince hotel
Please show up the information desk on race day.

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Event Name
The 9th Shonan International Marathon
Organizer
Shonan International Marathon Organizing Committee
Sponsors
Kanagawa-prefecture /Oiso-town /Hiratsuka-city /Chigasaki-city,
Fujisawa-city /Ninomiya-town /
Kanagawa-prefecture Education Committee /
Oiso Education Committee /Hiratsuka Education Committee /
Chigasaki Education Committee /Fujisawa Education Committee /
Ninomiya Education Committee /The Asahi Shimbun /
Kanagawa Shimbun /tvk /Yokohama F.M. Broadcasting Co., Ltd. /
Shonan Cable Network /Jupiter Telecommunications Co. Ltd.
Operational Support
Kanagawa Track and Field Association /
Shonan International Marathon Operation Supporting Committee /
NPO Shonan Sports Community Center
Special Sponsor
New Balance Japan, Inc.
Official Sponsors
Azbil Corporation /Shonan Station Building Co. Ltd /Lusca /Suunto /
Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd. /Hitachi Systems, Ltd. /Rantec
Special Support
Oiso Prince Hotel
Supporting Organizations
Kanagawa Prefecture Trucking Association /
Kanagawa Taxi Association /Kanagawa Prefecture Bus Association /
Kanagawa Business Association /
Kanagawa Chamber of Commerce and Industry /
Kanagawa Chamber of Commerce /Kanagawa Visitors Bureau /
Kanagawa Construction Committee /Naka-Nihon Highway Inc. /
Kanagawa Chuo Kotsu Co. Ltd. /
Oiso District Transportation Safety Association/
Hiratsuka Transportation Safety Association /
Chigasaki District Transportation Safety Association /
Fujisawa Transportation Safety Association /
Oiso Chamber of Commerce / Hiratsuka Chamber of Commerce /
Chigasaki Chamber of Commerce / Fujisawa Chamber of Commerce /
Ninomiya Chamber of Commerce /
Oiso Chamber of Commerce Young Men's Division /
Hiratsuka Chamber of Commerce Young Men's Division /
Chigasaki Chamber of Commerce Young Men's Division /
Fujisawa Chamber of Commerce Young Men's Division /
Ninomiya Chamber of Commerce Young Men's Division /
Hiratsuka Young Men's Division /
Chigasaki Young Men's Division / Oiso Visitors Bureau /
Hiratsuka Visitors Bureau / Chigasaki Visitors Bureau /
Fujisawa Visitors Bureau / Ninomiya Visitors Bureau /
Oiso Fishing Association / Oiso Communication Association /
Chigasaki Business Association / Hiratsuka City Foundation /
Chigasaki City Culture and Sports Foundation /
Fujisawa City Future Production Organization /
NPO Kanto Area Association of Athletics Federations For The Disabled /
Shonan Bellmare /ASA Kanagawa /Tokai University /
NPO Shonan Bellmare Sports Club
Event Director
Runner's Wellness Corporation
Date
November 3rd, 2014 (MON) * National Holiday (Culture Day)
Venue
Oiso Prince Hotel


Events
■Full Marathon (General Runners) (JAAF Certified Course)
■Half Marathon (Elite Runners) (JAAF Certified Course)
■10km General Runners (JAAF Certified Course)
■10km Wheelchair
■10km Disabled(JAAF Certified Course)
●Visibly Impaired
●Mentally Impaired
●Transplant Recipients (Organ Transplant Recipients, Bone Marrow Recipients, Cornea Transplant Recipients)
■Family Fun Run
●4th - 6th Grader
●Parent and Child Team
Rules
Participants must abide by JAAF guidelines and rules set forth by the event.
Qualifications
■Full marathon participants must be 18 year of age or older on the race day. Please note that high school students are not accepted.
●General Runners:
men and women, including the disabled who don't require a wheelchair, who are able to finish the entire distance within 5 hours 45 minutes.

※Athletes invited by the race director are included in this category.

■Half marathon participants must be 18 years of age or older on the race day.
● Elite Runners:men and women, including the disabled who don't require a wheelchair, who are able to finish the entire distance within 1 hour 30 minutes.

※Athletes invited by the race director are included in this category.

■10km participants must be 16 years of age or older on the race day.
●General Runners Division:
men and women who are able to finish the entire distance within 1 hour 30 minutes.
●Disabled Division:
men and women who are able to finish the entire distance within 1 hour 30 minutes.
Visibly Impaired (Capacity – 50), Mentally Impaired (Capacity – 100), Transplant Recipients (Capacity- 50)

※Transplant Recipients Division is for people who have received organ, bone marrow or cornea transplant.

●Wheelchair Division:
Male and female wheelchair racers who are able to finish the entire distance within 45 minutes (Only racing wheelchairs are allowed.)
Participants in this category must have the identification booklet for the disabled. (Capacity – 50 )
■Family Fun Run(2km)
●4th - 6th Graders Division:
4th- 6th grade boys and girls who are able to finish the entire distance within 30 minutes.
●Parent and Child Teams Division:
Parent (father or mother) and child (1st -3rd grade boy or girl) teams that are able to finish the entire distance within 30 minutes.

※Those who have medical conditions (heart disease, injury, etc.) are advised to consult with a doctor to make sure that it's safe to participate in this event.


Time Limits
Events Division Time Limites
Full Marathon
General Runners
6 hours 30 minutes
Half Marathon
Elite Runners
1 hour 30 minutes
10km General Runners Division
1 hour 30 minutes
Disabled Division
Wheelchair Division 45 minutes
Family Fun Run
4th  – 6th Graders Division 
30 minutes
Parent and Child Teams Division
Start Times, Capacity
Events Division Start Time Capacity
Full Marathon
General Men/ Women
9:00
18,000
Half Marathon
Elite Men/ Women
8:50
500
10km General Men/ Women
9:50 5,000

 
Wheelchair Men/ Women 8:45
Visibly Impaired Men/ Women 9:50
Mentally Impaired Men/ Women
Transplant Recipient Men/ Women
Family Fun Run
4th  – 6th Graders Division 
11:20 200 Children
Parent and Child Teams Division
11:25 150 Parent and Child Teams
※Number of participants of full marathon, half marathon and 10km include spots reserved for oversea runners (150), Special Charity Runners (100) and Crowdfunding Runners (100).
Number of participants of full marathon include priority spots for local runners (1,800) and priority spots for for distant runners (900).
Number of participants of 10km marathon include priority spots for local runners (500)and priority spots for distant runners (300).
※Runners who fail to cross the start by the designated time will be disqualified.
※Please be in the start corral at least 30 minutes before the start time.
※Start corrals will be assigned based on estimated finish times. (Corral number will be printed on the number card.)
Cut-off Times
Due to traffic, safety and race management reasons, participants who fail to cross the start gate in 30 minutes after the start gun will be disqualified. A bus will follow the last runner at the pace to make it just in time for the finish time limit (15:30 at Oiso Prince Hotel). When caught up by that, runners may be stopped on the course before cut-off points (disqualified) and instructed to get on the bus immediately. Locations of cut-off points and time limits may be changed, depending on circumstances.
■Full Marathon Cut-Off Points / Time Limits
Point Location
Distance from the Start Time Limit
1
Chigasaki Koen Park
About 10.8km
10:56
2 Tsujido Seaside Park West Parking Lot About 14.3km 11:24
3 Chubu Bus Parking Lot About 19.2km 12:03
4 Tsujido Seaside Park East Parking Lot About 22.0km 12:25
5 Sagami River Basin Left Bank Sewage Treatment Plant About 28.3km 13:17
6 Oiso Port IC About 35.0km 14:13
7 Oiso West IC About 36.8km 14:29
8 Ninomiya IC About 39.6km 14:55
Half Marathon Cut-Off Point / Time Limit
Point Location
Distance from the Start Time Limit
1
In front of Traffic Police Force Station
(Near Southern Beach)

About 10.1km
9:36
※Please note that course and cut-off point locations may be changed.
Entry Fee
Events  Entry Fee Description
Full Marathon 12,500 yen Entry fee includes a 500 yen donation to charity.
Half Marathon 8,500 yen
10km 6,500 yen
Special Charity(※1) Each category's entry fee
+ Special Charity 50,000 yen
Crowdfunding(※2) Crowdfunding 100,000 - 200,000 yen
Family Fun Run 4th  – 6th Graders Division 2,500 yen -
Parent and Child Teams 3,500 yen -
Charity donation: Pick one from following six associations;
※1)Special Charity; This year's event will be the 4th event since the Eastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster. With recovery from the disaster is still in progress, a lot of people in disaster-affected areas are living under difficult conditions. This race will be held in support for people in the disaster-affected areas, and “Special Charity Runners” slot will be reserved for people who'd like to support this cause.
※2)Crowdfunding Entry Program;LinkIconEntry Program description
Awards
Overall awards will be given to top 6 of each race category.
As for full marathon, age-group awards will be given to Top 3 in each age category. Age-group awards will be mailed to winners later.
There is no awards for Famly Fun Run.
Check-in
Shonan International Marathon does not set previous day check-in.
Package
Entry from Japan;
All application items including your number bib, T-shirt (prize for participation), programs will be sent by postal mail at later date.
Outside Japan;
If you live out of Japan, you must pick up your package on the day of race day. Package includes Race Program, Number Bib, Tracking Chips, and T-shirt.
Contact
Shonan International Marathon Office
address: 438 Kokufuhongo, Oiso-machi, Naka-gun, Kanagawa-ken 259-011

Notes:

  • Please read this event outline carefully before entering.
  • Providing false information, such as age or gender, or running with other runner's number card is prohibited. Failing to abide by these rules will result in disqualification and ban from future races.
  • Providing untruthful estimated finish time is prohibited and may result in disqualification and ban from future races.
  • Once the entry is confirmed, entrants may not change events or cancel their entry. It is not allowed for one runner to enter into multiple divisions.
  • In case of address change, please notify the race director.
  • Entry fee and transaction fee are not refundable.
  • The race director may ask runners to produce their certificate of residence.
  • The race director reserves the right to cancel the event due to inclement weather, accident, disease outbreak, etc. In such event, entry fee and transaction fee will not be refunded.
  • Runners should be well-trained and in good health condition to participate in the event. It is advised to take medical check-up before the race.
  • The race is insured under a sports accident insurance.
  • The race director will not be responsible for any accidents, such as medical issues, injuries and loss/theft of personal items. Treatment provided by the race director will be FIRST AID TREATMENT ONLY.
  • Participants who have become unable to continue running without medical assistance, such as IV and wheelchair, will be deemed to have dropped out of the race and disqualified. The decision of whether they are able to continue or not will be made by a doctor or medical staff at the scene, giving considerations to health risks. Participants must accept this decision and follow instructions. In some cases, a doctor or medical staff will make sure that the participant understands that he or she will be disqualified before starting the treatment.
  • Participant understand that the event's video footages, photographs and result may be used for such media as TV, newspaper, magazine, online article, future event's poster/brochure and the event's official website. Upon submitting the entry form, participants are deemed to have agreed that their image may be used for above-specified media. Participants are also deemed to have agreed not to give the race director any objection as to the use of their image.
  • Visibly impaired runners in any category may have a guide runner. Pushing a baby stroller is not allowed on the course. For more details, please contact the race director.
  • The event site is not accessible by any motor vehicles. Dropping off runners at the event site is also prohibited. (There will not be parking space available at the event site.)
  • This race will be held in support for people in the disaster-affected areas of Eastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Disaster. The race director also correct donations on the race day.
  • Public excretion, including urination, will be subject to disqualification. During the participation in this event, participants are expected to have good public manners and abide by rules. The event will have portable toilets, so make sure to use these facilities or public bathrooms. Public excretion is prohibited by penal law. Participants who are found to have offended this rule will be disqualified, removed from the course immediately and banned from future events. Serious offences may be reported to the law enforcement authority.
  • The race director will not answer questions on the phone regarding the entry status or individual entry look-up.
  • Participants must follow instructions given by the event organizer, director or other stuffs. Failing to do so may result in disqualification.
  • All personal information gathered by the event organizer is strictly used for the purpose of the race and may not be used in any other purpose and is protected by the law.
  • The personal information collected from participants will be used to further improve the event, for communications from the race director to participants, to announce the result (ranking, etc.), to send results to participants and to be included in the next year's brochure.

Shonan International Marathon goes green! In order to preserve Shonan Beach's beautiful scenery, individual runners' efforts to reduce trash and recycle will be very much appreciated.

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