BEAR 100 RULES
INFRACTIONS RESULTING IN DISQUALIFICATION:
- Dog limitations: Sorry no dogs allowed at this race or the finish area. This is driven by the health department and us being able to serve food.
- Short-cutting of course. The Bear 100 is a closed course and must be completed as marked. If you leave the course, you must return to where you left the course before continuing.
- Missing/Skipping a checkpoint.
- Getting in a moving vehicle. Sitting in a stationary vehicle to warm up or cool down is allowed.
- Impeding another runner.
- Crewing outside allowed aid stations.
- Continuing on the course after cut-off (denial of future entry).
- Running as a bandit or a nuisance (see below).
- Use of performance enhancing drugs (must comply with USATF rules).
INFRACTIONS RESULTING IN DENIAL OF FUTURE ENTRY:
- Running as a bandit, pacing or crewing for a bandit runner.
- Having crews take vehicles to areas designated as off-limits to crews.
- Disobeying Forest Service rules regarding disposal of human waste or mistreatment of the environment, littering, failing to respect private property.
- Mistreating Aid Station personnel, runners, or pacers.
- Using more than one pacer at a time until the last mile.
Runners are expected to behave in a sportsmanlike manner. The race committee reserves the right to impose sanctions for behavior not specifically mentioned here.