TERMS & CONDITIONS
ENTRANT (s) shall refer to any sole entity or party taking part in ISORUNCLUB events.
EVENT (s) shall refer to any events organised or hosted by ISORUNCLUB.
THE EVENT ORGANISERS shall refer to any person or party involved with, funding, or volunteering to organise ISORUNCLUB events.
ISORUNCLUB shall refer to ISORUNCLUB Limited as a company.
1.1 Entrants take part in ISORUNCLUB virtual and non-virtual events entirely at their own risk and are 100% responsible for selecting a safe route to run. Entrants should wear hi-vis clothing when running, especially in low light conditions and should also take care around traffic or when running off road. ISORUNCLUB and its supporting partner accept no responsibility for any accidents or injuries sustained whilst taking part in a ISORUNCLUB virtual event.
1.2 THE EVENT ORGANISERS do not provide any insurance, whether life or medical or liability, for any illness, accident, injury, death, loss or damage that may arise in connection with the participation in ISORUNCLUB events by each and any ENTRANT. The ENTRANT is advised to obtain such insurance themselves.
1.3 Children are welcome to take part in ISORUNCLUB events and become ENTRANTS but should be accompanied and closely supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
1.5 After completing your virtual race you must upload photo of GPS data to your event entry on the ISORUNCLUB website. Without a GPS data photo(s) you will not have completed your virtual race and so will not receive the finisher’s certificate or be eligible for prizes. If you experience any difficulties creating or uploading a run details photo(s), please contact the ISORUNCLUB team at firstname.lastname@example.org
1.6 ISORUNCLUB virtual runs are competitive events and as such, there will be a winner of each event.
1.7 ISORUNCLUB will be free to use any images taken during your participation in ISORUNCLUB or in which we are tagged on our social channels for any purpose.
1.8 Each virtual event has a designated charity beneficiary. Unless stated otherwise, all events support IRC’s Move More project.
1.9 ISORUNCLUB adheres to the regulations and guidance of The Charities Act 1992 positioning ourselves as a “Commercial Participator”.
REFUNDS FOR ISORUNCLUB PRODUCTS
PRODUCTS shall refer to any clothing, packages, or items on sale on our website.
2.1 You are entitled to a refund if you are not 100% satisfied with your pro package or your ISORUNCLUB clothing. In the case of a refund ISORUNCLUB must receive written notice of your refund request within 30 calendar days of your receipt of the package or clothing at email@example.com. No refunds can be given after this period has elapsed, although an exchange could be offered.
2.3 The pro package or clothing must be returned to ISORUNCLUB in secure, protective packaging at your own expense. Once we have received the pro package or clothing we will refund the full cost.
2.4 Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide our mailing address.
2.5 Please also inform us whether you would like the event charity to keep your donation or if you would like this to also be refunded. Details of how much money a charity receives from each race entry can be found in the relevant event page.
3.0 The ENTRANT agrees to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If the ENTRANT does not agree to these Terms and Conditions, they may not enter the EVENT. THE EVENT ORGANISERS reserve the right to change the Terms and Conditions from time to time without notice prior to the ENTREES by uploading a new version of the Terms and Conditions on the Website. The ENTRANT therefore agrees to be bound by any such modification to the Terms and Conditions.
Our website address is: https://www.isorunclub.com/.
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You have the right to:
– See any data we hold about you free of charge
– Have inaccuracies in any data held about you corrected
– Have information erased (and forgotten by us), subject to retaining commercial and accounts information as described above)
– Prevent direct marketing to you by us
– Data portability (to be provided with an electronic copy of the data relevant to you)
– Complain to the regulator (ICO)
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