BUDAPEST 10K MASS RACE – HEROES’ RUN
Running with dogs on the field is strictly prohibited.
Roller skates are not permitted during the event.
The event is open for participants to compete with wheelchair or handbike.
Consumption of alcohol, drugs, or any mind-altering substances is strictly prohibited before and during the event.
Any advertising activities at the event venue require prior permission from the organizer, following agreed-upon guidelines.
The organizer reserves the right to modify the event program and schedule.
General Health Information
While sports activities offer numerous physiological benefits, there are associated risks if preparation, warm-up, or workload are not properly considered.
It is important to consult with your doctor before participating in any competitive running event. Based on their advice and medical approval, you can proceed.
Only participate in more challenging sporting events if you are well-prepared, and remember that you participate at your own risk and discretion.
If you are ill, injured, have a fever, vomiting, diarrhea, or are under the influence of medication that affects your consciousness or respiratory system, it is not recommended to participate.
If you have a pre-existing medical condition before the start, assistance can be sought at the health center located at the start/finish area.
Please accurately and sensibly complete the health section on the back of your race number (BIB) before the start.
If you experience any unusual signs or symptoms during the race, slow down, stop, and seek help if needed. Along the course, outside the start/finish area at Heroes’ Square, there are multiple primary healthcare centers where you can receive first aid.
The medical staff attending to your well-being may prevent you from continuing the race if they deem it necessary for your health. Please understand that they are acting in your best interest.
If you come across another athlete during the race who appears unwell or requires medical attention, please promptly report it to the nearest organizer, race official, or medical staff member.
The above guidelines apply regardless of the duration of the sporting activity. It is ultimately the responsibility of each individual to determine what they consider as a serious performance. We encourage you to prioritize your own well-being and approach sports with a smart and responsible mindset.