Regulation

Organisation

The 6D BOB is organised by the Tourist Office backed by the municipality of la Plagne Tarentaise and the Société d’Aménagement de la Plagne.

Event

The 6D BOB is an individual time trial going up the Olympic Bobsleigh, sled & Skeleton track which was built for the Albertville Olympic Games in 1992. Each competitor runs at his own pace up the 1.5 km track with an elevation gain of 125 metres from bottom to top.

This individual time trial is an original race in that the competitors’ only references are how they are feeling and the times of any competitors who have already run, so they have to run as hard as they can all the way up.

 

TAKE CARE 2 CATEGORIES :

Leisure category : Without medical certificate and no classification.
Competition category: With medical certificate or license to be given at the withdrawal of the bib if not provided at registration. A classification will be announced with podium award.

Entry conditions

To take part, it is essential
– that you are fully aware of the length and specific nature of the event and are fully trained for it
– that you are fully aware that it is not the organisers’ role to help competitors deal with these problems

This race is open to anybody, male or female, born in or before 2013 (4 categories), licensed or not.

Child : 2013 to 2007
Juniors : 2006 to 2001
Women : 2000 to 1942
Men : 2000 to 1942

INFORMATION: the age limit for the 6D BOB is 8 (born before 2013)

Classifications and prizes

In the 6D BOB, only those runners who reach the finish at the top will be classified for the ”competition” format.

  • All the results will be on line at www.la6000d.com and www.sport-info.com

Children – 15 years: 1st – 2nd – 3rd – Women and Men
Juniors 15 – 20 years old: 1st – 2nd – 3rd – Women and Men
Women + 20 years: 1st – 2nd – 3rd
Men + 20 years: 1st – 2nd – 3rd

Medical certificate or license

This year we are entrusting the management of supporting documents to Dokeop, a document management platform (medical certificates, sports licenses, …) designed to make your life easier when registering for competitions.

A medical certificate of no contraindication to ” running in competition ” or to ” sport in competition ” or ” athletics in competition ” which must be less than one year old on the day of the race is required to validate registration.

You will no longer be required to provide a medical certificate or a copy of the license when you register for the event online;

  • Once your registration for the race is finalized, you will receive an email from Dokeop inviting you to submit your document on its platform.
  • Once your document has been verified, Dokeop will inform us of the status (valid / refused / awaiting document / awaiting validation) so that we can update and if necessary finalize your registration.

Attached is a certificate to download to give to your doctor if you wish

Click here to download a medical certificate template

For any claim related to the verification of your supporting document, we invite you to contact the Dokeop teams directly at the following address: support@dokeop.com

Rules of the race
The Organizer entrusts DOKEOP SAS with the management of supporting documents via its application. Its missions to the organizer are :
– Collecting the supporting documents of the participants registered for the sporting event
– Verify that these supporting documents comply with the rules of the sporting
event and the legislation in force.
– Regularly follow up by email the participants who have not yet submitted their supporting documents.
– Communicate the status of each verified supporting document to the organizer of the sporting event: valid / invalid / missing
– Archive these supporting documents on a secure server
To finalize his registration for a sporting event, the participant receives an email from Dokeop inviting him to submit his application document within a time limit set by the organizer of the event. The use of the application implies the immediate and unconditional
acceptance of Dokeop’s terms and conditions.
It must then follow the link to the Application. He is free to create a member account or not.
The Application is independent of the Sports Event Registration Platform used by the organizer.
The Participant guarantees the accuracy of the data transmitted as well as the authenticity of the supporting document when it is submitted. In the absence of accuracy and/or authenticity of the Supporting Document, the Participant may not claim either against DOKEOP SAS or against the Organizer, particularly in the event of an accident occurring during his participation in a sporting event.
DOKEOP SAS reserves the right to refuse any document that it would consider suspicious and possibly falsified with regard to a bundle of clues. It is reminded in this respect that the production of a false medical certificate constitutes an offence of forgery and use of forgery: article 441-1 of the Penal Code punishes this offence with a sentence of up to three years
imprisonment and a fine of up to 45,000 euros

 

Maximum number of runners

Limit to 250 Runners

Cancelling your registration

We offer you at the end of your online registration to subscribe to cancellation insurance with Beticketing with MutuAide (11.53% of the amount of the registration), in case of unforeseen and / or accidental impossibility to participate in the event , just go back to your runner’s area (until July 21, 2021) and ask for a refund.

You will be refunded 80% of the registration amount in the days following the event and without having to provide proof. Attention, the cancellation insurance covers only the registration and not the paid options subscribed in the form.

More information here:  https://claimticketing.assur-connect.com/conditions/download/245

No bib numbers can be exchanged (between races or competitors). and no resale is allowed.
Piece of identity required for the withdrawal of the bib and individually.

Equipment

Hiking poles are NOT allowed

Bibs

Bibs are handed out individually to each runner.
Bibs must be worn on the chest or stomach and must be fully visible at all times during the race. It must therefore be worn outside all clothing and must not be attached to a backpack or a leg. The sponsors’ name and logo must not be modified or hidden.
You must bring your own safety pins to attach your number in accordance with the regulations.

Safety and medical assistance

There will be 1 first aid posts set up at various points along the course. These posts will be in radio or telephone contact with race HQ.  A regulation medical team will be at race HQ in Aime or Plagne Centre throughout the whole event.
The first aid posts are there to assist anybody in danger, using the organisers’ own means or those of the public health service.
It is up to a runner who is in difficulty or seriously injured to call the rescue service:

  • by going to a first aid post
  • by calling race HQ. The phone number will be registered on the bib’s number
  • by asking another runner to alert the rescue service

It is up to each runner to assist anyone in danger and to alert the rescue service.
Remember that all sorts of unexpected weather or race related occurrences may result in you waiting for rescue longer than expected. Your safety will therefore depend on the quality of what you have with you.
A runner calling a doctor or a member of the rescue service subjects himself de facto to their authority and undertakes to accept his decisions.
Members of the rescue service following medical advice and the official doctors in particular can:

  • retire any runner incapable of continuing in the event (by cancelling the number)
  • evacuate by any means at their disposal competitors they consider to be in danger.

Food stations

All runners must pass through the 1 food station (food and water) on arrival.
Only runners wearing a visible number and who have been duly checked will be allowed into the food stations.

Maximum time allowed and latest check out times

no time

Withdrawals

Withdrawals: apart from injuries, any competitor that withdraws must let the organisers know at the start or finish of the course, so that his bib number can be cancelled.
The competitor is then no longer under the organisers’ control.

Disqualification

Race stewards on the course and people in charge of checkpoints and feeding stations are authorised to enforce the regulations and to impose immediate disqualification in case of infringement, subject to the following rules:
Automatic disqualification will be applied in the following cases:

  • Refusal to pass through the start to activate the electronic chip
  • Cutting a corner to make a major shortcut
  • Dropping litter (deliberately) by a competitor or a member of his entourage
  • Lack of consideration for individuals (officials or runners)
  • Not assisting someone in difficulty
  • Cheating (example: using means of transport, sharing a number …)
  • Failure to carry an electronic chip
  • Failure to pass through a checkpoint
  • Refusal to comply with an instruction from race management, a race steward, the person in charge of a checkpoint or feeding station, a doctor or a member of the rescue service
  • Refusing a drug test
  • Leaving a checkpoint outside the time limit
  • Any other infringement of the rules will incur a sanction to be decided by the race jury

Drug testing

Any competitor may be subjected to a drug test during the event or at the finish. In the event of refusal or non-compliance, the athlete will be sanctioned as though he had been convicted of drug-use.

Alteration to the course or the time limits / cancellation of the race

Should the weather be too bad (heavy rain or snow at altitude, high risk of storm …) the start may be delayed.
In case of bad weather and for safety reasons, the organisers reserve the right to stop the event or alter the time limits.

Insurance

Public liability:

The organisers hold public liability insurance for the duration of the event. This public liability insurance covers financial loss for which they, their officials and the participants are responsible.

Individual accident:

Each competitor must hold personal accident insurance that covers possible search and rescue costs in France.

Image rights

According to Article L333-2 of the Sports Code, “the organizers of sports events […] are the owners of the right to use the events or competitions they organize.”

The participants are informed that the association of the Tourist Office of the Big Plagne, holder of the rights of exploitation of the different races 6000, can be led to photograph and / or film the event in order to promote the future competitions . This shooting can be done by flying over the Phantom2 studioSport remote-controlled aircraft on the courses of the different races.
The image of the participants captured during the event can be freely distributed by the Office du Tourisme de la Grande Plagne, subject to
• there is a link between the image and what it illustrates
• the image does not affect the dignity of the person
• this distribution is not made for commercial purposes.

The 6000D is a legally registered trademark. Any communication about the event or the use of images of the event must be done in accordance with the name of the event, registered trademarks and with the official agreement of the organization.

No photo sale of the event of the 6000D can be made without the approval of the Clerk of the Course.

Acceptance of the race regulations and charter

Taking part in the 6000D implies unreserved acceptance of these race regulations and charter below :

The competitors, volunteers, organisers and their sponsors are all taking part in the same adventure and share the same values:

Fairness

The rules are designed for everyone and apply to everyone in exactly the same way.
No cash endowments and all entrants receive the same prize and  all finishers get a gift Finisher.

Respecting people

Respecting yourself and others by not allowing cheating of any sort
Respecting the volunteers who are also taking part for pleasure
Respecting the local population who are hosting the race
Respecting the organizers and their sponsors

Sharing and solidarity

Making it a priority to help anyone in danger or difficulty.

Testing your limits

Learning to know yourself and becoming independent so that you can go to the limit while respecting your physical and moral integrity.

Respect for our planet

Never throwing anything on the ground.
Respecting the flora and fauna.
Not cutting corners and causing erosion.
Favouring public transport and car sharing for yourself and your supporters.

You will need to provide your reusable foldable cup because there will no longer be a disposable cup on the supplies to limit waste.
Sorting bins are placed in large numbers on each refueling station and must be used.