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The GREEN PASS is compulsory for the Delicious Trail Dolomiti and Short Delicious Trail Dolomiti


All information related to the anti-Covid protocols complies with the new guidelines of the Italian government regarding COVID-19 containment measures. In the event of the issue of new decrees, the information given here is therefore subject to changes.

Access to the events and refreshment points organized as part of the Delicious Festival is reserved exclusively for people who have one of the COVID-19 certificates (Green Pass) in accordance with article 9 paragraph 2 of the Legislative Decree of April 22, 2021, No. 52, converted with amendments by the law of June 17, 2021, n.87: Green Pass or the certificate of a negative test result valid for 48 hours from the time of testing.

Participants must also submit the completed form of the self-declaration for Covid-19 risk.

In addition, during the pick up of the race bibs, there will be a body temperature measurement. Participants whose temperature AT THE TIME OF THE RACE exceeds 37.5° will not be allowed to enter.

Participants who during the pick up of the race bibs do not submit any of the certificates required by the above-mentioned law or whose body temperature exceeds 37.5 ° AT THE TIME OF THE RACE are not entitled to a refund.


In accordance with the regulations in force to contain the risk of spread of the Covid-19 virus, the UISP-affiliated event DELICIOUS TRAIL DOLOMITI and SHORT DELICIOUS TRAIL DOLOMITI applies the COVID-19 protocol of each federation and organization concerning the "NO STADIA" - Events and competitions.

Specifically, the following rules will be applied and followed, which require the maximum collaboration of the athletes and the entire staff:

Registration management
Registrations are managed online on the Enternow website, many of them were imported from the 2020 registrations.

At the start, the organizer's staff checks if any audience that may be present is respecting social distancing and using personal protective equipment (wearing a mask).

Information and regulations for athletes and the organizer's team
Before, during and after the event, the organizer requires registered runners, judges, volunteers and his team to comply with the PROTECTIVE MEASURES TO PREVENT THE RISK OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS TRANSMISSION, in detail:
- to keep a social distance of at least 1 metre and wear a face mask; furthermore, the staff must wear disposable gloves and/or use hand disinfection gel;
- to avoid sharing bottles and glasses, to throw handkerchiefs or tissues (disposable) in the appropriate containers;
- to always wear masks, both before and after physical activity;
- not to share personal items with other runners (see creams or clothing);
- to avoid shaking hands, hugs or other forms of physical contact with other runners.
In each sector, there are hand disinfection gel and recycling bins marked with special signs.

1. Pick up of the racing bibs
The bibs are distributed in a reserved area controlled by the organizer's staff. To avoid gatherings, the bibs for the long-distance and short-distance races will be distributed on Friday, September 24, 2021, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Pala Delicious in Pocol.
The race packs for the long-distance race can also be picked up on Saturday, September 25th from 6.30 a.m. to 7.15 a.m. at the mountain guides office in the centre of Cortina.
For the short-distance race, the pick-up will be possible from 8:00 to 9:45 a.m. at the Pala Delicious in Pocol.
Access to the bib number distribution area requires a Green Pass and the measurement of the body temperature by a staff member.
If a participant has a body temperature of 37.5 ° or more, entrance will be denied.
Without a Green Pass, the participant can not collect his racing bib and will be disqualified. NParticipants who do not submit a
Green Pass or the certificate of a negative test result valid for 48 hours from the time of testing or whose body temperature exceeds 37.5° are not entitled to a refund of the registration fee.

    1. Changing rooms and showers
The changing rooms and showers, which are normally accessible in the competition area, will not be available before nor after the competition.
    2. Pre-start area
In this sector, which is located directly in front of the start area on Corso Italia, are admitted only participants with a racing bib, judges and service personnel after the measurement of their body temperature, which must not exceed 37.5 ° C; otherwise, the staff must distance the person from the venue and report the case to the local health officer. Everyone must wear a surgical mask (or FFP2).
The organizer will keep the race documents (list of participants) for at least 14 days to ensure the traceability of any possible infection.
Once the operations in the pre-start area are completed, the athletes enter the start area.
    3. Start area
Participants are lined up at the starting line at a distance of one metre according to their ITRA (International Trail Running Association) performance index. Thus the fastest and strongest athletes will be in a top position and avoid gatherings along the route.
300 athletes start at the same time on a cordoned-off area of around 800 square meters. There is a start every 5 minutes.
A timing system with an electronic chip guarantees the drawing up of the ranking list in real time.
    4. Behaviour of the athletes
After the identification phase (in the pre-start area), the runners on the starting line must continue to wear the mask until the start and during the first 500 meters of the race. Then the runner has to put the mask in a special personal pouch and bring  it always with him. The mask has to be worn in the following cases: at the refreshment points and checkpoints, after the end of the race or when it is not possible to maintain the prescribed social distance.
After the start, runners are not allowed to pace, to run in the slipstream or in pairs, or to overtake another runner on narrow paths, where the social distance would be reduced.

5. Food and drink during the race

The Delicious Trail Dolomiti is a race in semi-selfsufficiency, i.e. the participants must provide themselves with the necessary quantity of drinks and food to get from one refreshment point to the other.
There are several refreshment points along the way. At every refreshment point the runner must wear a mask. According to the competition rules, all participants must bring with them their glass or water bottle.  Only competitors with race bibs and the refreshment point staff can enter the delimited area of the refreshment points.
Food and drinks are served by the organizer's staff. Under no circumstances the participants are allowed to help themselves. After having received the solid or liquid food, the runner will be asked to leave the refreshment point and eat the food outside of this area where there are the waste collection bins.
The runners must carry the necessary food, drinks or mineral salts with them in their backpacks.
    6. Final refreshment
At the finish line, the participant has to wear the mask and follow the predetermined path. The last refreshment takes place in the marquee PalaDelicious, where apply all the regulations prescribed for gastronomy, including the obligation to submit a valid Green Pass or the certificate of a negative test result valid for 48 hours from the time of testing.

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L5T SPORT Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica
Via del Mercato, 14
I-32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo - BL
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Via del Mercato, 14
I-32043 Cortina d'Ampezzo - BL
Telefono +39 0436 2863
C.F. e P.I. 01184960258

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