À propos Cortina Dobbiaco Run
The race starts from Corso Italia, in Cortina d’Ampezzo, the Queen of the Dolomites. After a couple of kilometres the route takes to the old railway track, slightly uphill on a dirt road, through galleries and bridges that seem suspended in mid-air. All this always with the Dolomites at the side, and up to Passo Cima Banche/Im Gemärk (1530 m, the highest point of the race), which separates the provinces of Belluno and Bolzano, the Veneto region from South Tyrol.
After 14 km, the route starts its descent towards the Landro/Dürrensee Lake, and after a while the Tre Cime di Lavaredo /Drei Zinnen, universal symbol of this place, come into view. Imposing and majestic, they are known all over the world for their charm and beauty. A few more kilometres before another beautiful spectacle, the alpine Dobbiaco/Toblach Lake, a sign that the finishing line is getting close.
After the forest, the first houses of Dobbiaco/Toblach become visible, and with the start of the last kilometre the dirt road is left behind. And then the arrival, in the beautiful park of the Grand Hotel, is just there. Here we are! The cheering of the public, gathered in high numbers to witness the event, marks the end of a beautiful and enchanting run.
Registration is open to Italian/foreign athletes without Italian membership who are in their 20th year of age (therefore born in or before 1997), and meeting at least one of the following requirements:
• Athletes with membership to a club affiliated with non-Italian Athletics Federations re-cognised by IAAF. Upon registration, athletes must present: self-certificate stating pos-session of an IAAF recognised membership card. The self-certificate shall then be un-dersigned (in original) upon collection of the racing bib.
• Athletes possessing a Runcard (valid as sports insurance and permission to complete), who are at least 20 years old. However, in addition to the possession of the "RUN-CARD", permission to take part in the event is also subjected to the presentation of a va-lid doctor's certificate confirming the fitness of the athlete for participation to athletic events.
The original certificate must be shown to the Organisers, while a copy must be kept by the company organising each event.
For foreign athletes not residing in Italy, the doctor's certificate may be issued in their country of residence, provided that all the exams contemplated by Italian law are carried out:
a) medical check-up;
b) complete urine test;
c) electrocardiogram at rest and under stress;
During the ON-LINE registration, the certificate form will be provided in EN-DE. This must be filled and undersigned by the doctor, and forwarded to: [email protected]