Registration is open:
– Competitive races: from 2 May to 8 Septembre 2016
– Non competitive runs: from 2 May to 10 Septembre 2016
|FORMULA 10 km||FORMULA 21 km||FORMULA 30 km|
|Individual registration||Individual registration||Individual registration|
|Through 30 June||Euro 13||Euro 24||Euro 29|
|From 1 July to 28 August||Euro 15||Euro 26||Euro 34|
|From 29 August||Euro 18||Euro 29||Euro 38|
|From 4 May to 11 September||Euro 30||Euro 18||Euro 18|
Registration fee includes: race number with timing chip, timing, official race gadgets, race bag, refreshment and sponge stations along the course and at the arrival, finisher’s medal, baggage deposit, free parking area, official finisher certificate downloadable from the website, toilets and showers, insurance and medical assistance.
• registration for the competitive races will close on 8 September 2016; there will be no race day registration
• registration for the non-competitive runs will close on 10 September 2016.
How to participate
FORMULA 10 KM, FORMULA 21 KM AND FORMULA 30 KM (COMPETITIVE RACES):
– being a member of a foreign Sports Federation affiliated with IAAF: in this case being 18 years old on race day (20 years for the 30 km race), providing Mezza di Monza with a copy of the association license and presenting the authorization from their own federation to participate in races in Italy. Athletes from non EU-countries are required to show their residence permit or entrance visa to Italy.
– having a valid FIDAL RUNCARD (for information, see www.fidal.it) : in compliance with the Italian laws for safety in sports, athletes aged 20 or over can compete as long as they have an appropriate medical certificate, issued also in the country of origin but providing the same diagnostic tests foreseen by the Italian legislation on health protection in competitive sports. Other types of medical certificates (such as those for high-intensity cardiovascular exercise or non-competitive athletics) are not accepted.
NB Foreign athletes residing in Italy are subjected to the same rules as Italian citizens. For further details, please see the Italian version of the registration page.
– 21 KM: foreign athletes, not resident in Italy and with no IAAF membership, being 18 years old on race day, presenting a health form stating their fitness for participating in road races of such distances. The health form is downloadable from this page.
– 5 and 10 KM: there are no restrictions and people of all ages and ability levels can take part in these two runs as they are considered leisure events. Runners on the 10 km distance must be at least 16 years of age.