(only applicable to confirmed participants of Of Marathon, Half Marathon and Open 10K race categories )
Participating in race categories like Marathon, Half Marathon and Open 10K without proper training and with illness or injury can be dangerous and hazardous for your health. It is unfair to you and your family to risk serious illness and become a medical emergency on race day.
Confirmed participants of Marathon, Half Marathon and Open 10k, who are unable to participate on race day due to unavoidable circumstances like injury or illness, will now be able to surrender their bibs to Procam International. The application fees paid will be refunded post deduction of INR 150 as processing charges.
Confirmed participant can surrender his/her bib with effect from 26 October 2018 to 03 November 2018 (1900 Hrs) by filling the bib surrender request form.
Once the bib surrender request is successfully processed, you will be contacted on your registered email @firstname.lastname@example.org asking for your NEFT/Bank account details to process the refund of application fees after deduction of INR 150 as processing charges. Online refund will be made to your bank account on or before 31 December 2018. Any refund discrepancies must be brought to the attention of the event registration team immediately. Refund queries will not be entertained post 31 January 2019. Requests for cancellation/bib surrender and thereby, refund will not be entertained post 31st October 2018. Further, application fees shall not be refunded by virtue of non participation, including failure by a confirmed participant to collect his/her bib from the expo.
Please note, a confirmed participant can surrender his/her bib ONLY to Procam International between the dates mentioned above. No individual/group has been authorised to accept surrendered bib on behalf of the promoter. Any other means of bib surrender would result in disqualification of the confirmed participant from the 2019 and 2020 editions of the event. Procam International reserves the right to take necessary legal action against the registered participant and the person who has received/used the running number bib on race day, for impersonation, where the bib is transferred without using the due process.
Where there is any discrepancy found at any point in time, event promoter, Procam International, reserves the right to reject bib surrender request.