T&C GNR 2012
By going through and paying your booking fee you will be asked to agree with our Terms and Conditions.
By ticking the terms and conditions box, I agree to a financial undertaking to support Leukaemia CARE. I understand that if I do not meet my obligations the charity reserves the right to pursue legal action and/or to refuse to grant me a place in future events, should I seek one.
I declare that this information is correct and that if offered a place I will abide by the Laws and Rules for competition of the IAAF, UK Athletics and the AAA;
For a Charity Entry into the BUPA Great North Run the charity requires a non refundable donation of £35 (inc VAT) payable with entry form. I can pay by card over the phone, online or by cheque.
In addition the BUPA Great North Run form must be completed and returned before 1st July 2012.
I commit to raising at least £350 for Leukaemia CARE. I will bank £175 of my sponsorship by 1st July 2012.
I commit to raising another £175 by end of October 2012.
I will be at least 17 before the date of the run and intend running entirely at my own risk.
I understand that Great North Run office impose a deadline on the charity; after which date runners cannot be substituted. If I dropout after this deadline I will still be liable for £175 (July 2012).
I will compete on foot and will not introduce into the race any wheeled vehicle.
All funds raised for Leukaemia CARE through the event must be payable to Leukaemia CARE.
I consent to Leukaemia CARE contacting me via phone fax letter or email for any matter relating to my fundraising and my participation in this event.
I give Leukaemia CARE permission to use any photographs/ videos taken of me to raise awareness and/or money for Leukaemia CARE’s work.
I have enclosed my non-refundable, non-transferable registration donation of £35.
I agree to the above conditions in return for a Charity place from Leukaemia CARE in the BUPA Great North Run 2012.
Medical history and fitness confirmation
A marathon is a strenuous activity and the decision to run one should not be taken lightly. If you are not a regular runner you should seek professional advice about your fitness and training requirements.
If you are over 60 years or if you have any medical condition that could be adversely affected by exercise, particularly a heart condition, or if you are in doubt about your health, you must obtain a medical certificate from your doctor.
By ticking the terms and conditions box you confirm that to the best of your knowledge your general state of health and fitness is good and you take full responsibility for yourself.