Private: Online Entry Form

Shwmae wee Beasties!   Entries for the Beast races

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Please click on the race you want to enter at the bottom of this page, but be sure you read all the blurb as you go down.  😁

  1. FULL NAME
  2. RACE i.e., BB, PB, UB
  3. CATEGORY i.e, FV40, OM etc
  4. EMERGENCY CONTACT DETAILS!

The WFRA have set out minimum safety requirements which you must comply with, (shown on the WFRA
website). The key points are that you:
• Comply with these safety requirements and with the RO’s specific health protection related
requirements. Follow the procedures described by the RO if you fail to start or if you abandon the race.
• Obey all instructions from race officials.
• Be aware of the serious disabling consequences of hypothermia, dehydration and heat exhaustion and
act appropriately during the race.
• Take sufficient kit, e.g. head, full body and leg cover, safety/ navigation equipment, food and drink to be
able to navigate and provide protection from hypothermia, or dehydration and heat in the worst
foreseeable weather conditions during the race, noting that rescue could take a long time.
• Take note of the length and severity of the race and local weather forecast for the day and judge your
capabilities accordingly.
• Consider how any health impairments may jeopardise your safety or of others and act accordingly.
• Take specific note of the RO’s information on the nature of the terrain on the race route, checkpoints to
be visited or course to be followed and any restrictions to route choice.
• Have the skills and experience required to comply with the RO’s navigation and safety requirements,
having assessed conditions on the day noting that the use of GPS devices for navigational purposes is
prohibited.
• Take reasonable care not to create hazards that may cause harm to other people and go to the
assistance of anyone in distress, even if it means forfeiting your race.

WFRA Summary Code of Conduct

The WFRA aims to ensure a welcoming and equal space for everyone involved in the sport of fell running. All WFRA members, and all who participate in WFRA events must abide by the WFRA Code of Conduct (full version here: https://www.sites.google.com/site/welshfra/policies). This includes:

  • Taking primary responsibility for their own safety, upholding the values of fair and sporting competition, complying with the race Safety Requirements, and treating the countryside with respect.
  • Avoiding abusive, racist or inappropriately sexual language or behaviour, and challenging inappropriate language or behaviour by others.
  • Behaving with respect, dignity, and courtesy to others, including fellow competitors, marshals and officials.
  • Avoiding inappropriate physical contact with other runners.
  • Maintaining high standards of behaviour on WFRA and related media. If you’re uncertain whether something is appropriate – don’t post it.
  • Please see the following summarised safety requirements for competitors.
  • The WFRA have set out minimum safety requirements which you must comply with, (shown on the WFRA
    website). The key points are that you:
    • Comply with these safety requirements and with the RO’s specific health protection related
    requirements. Follow the procedures described by the RO if you fail to start or if you abandon the race.
    • Obey all instructions from race officials.
    • Be aware of the serious disabling consequences of hypothermia, dehydration and heat exhaustion and
    act appropriately during the race.
    • Take sufficient kit, e.g. head, full body and leg cover, safety/ navigation equipment, food and drink to be
    able to navigate and provide protection from hypothermia, or dehydration and heat in the worst
    foreseeable weather conditions during the race, noting that rescue could take a long time.
    • Take note of the length and severity of the race and local weather forecast for the day and judge your
    capabilities accordingly.
    • Consider how any health impairments may jeopardise your safety or of others and act accordingly.
    • Take specific note of the RO’s information on the nature of the terrain on the race route, checkpoints to
    be visited or course to be followed and any restrictions to route choice.
    • Have the skills and experience required to comply with the RO’s navigation and safety requirements,
    having assessed conditions on the day noting that the use of GPS devices for navigational purposes is
    prohibited.
    • Take reasonable care not to create hazards that may cause harm to other people and go to the
    assistance of anyone in distress, even if it means forfeiting your race.
  • Race Incident FormIn the event of an incident occurring during a race, for example an accident, damage to property, an injury or indeed anything which concerns you, please report this to the Race Organiser or other race official either on the day or as soon as practicable afterwards. The rule of thumb is, the more serious the incident, the more promptly it should be reported. In certain circumstances such incidents may need to be reported to the police, another emergency service or relevant authority.

So, what kit should you bring???

*For the Preseli Beast(PB) and UltrabeasT(UB), then you need to carry full waterproof top and bottoms, a map covering the route, compass, whistle, water container, gloves, and a hat/buff. Depending on weather forecast on race day, then i may decide to lower some of this to not having to carry waterproof bottoms.

For the Beast Bach runners, then you need to carry all the above also apart from ‘having’ to carry a map and compass, but depending on weather conditions, I may reduce having to carry full waterproofs to having to carry a windproof top instead.

Rule of thought is to bring everything with you in the car on the day, and see what I decide/announce on a notice board on the day depending on weather forecast/conditions.

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