Mactuff Kids FAQ

What age group can race?

 

All ages can race but children must be between the ages of 5 and 15 and be accompanied by an adult at all times, 16 year old register as an adult

Can you enter on the day?

 

No, entries will be closed on-line prior to event.

What facilities are on site?

 

Free Parking, Toilets, showering, Café, Changing area, Bag drop area and loads of fun and mud!

Can I take more than one child?

 

Yes, register one adult and one child on line and add an additional child for a cost of £10

Is there ample Parking?

 

Yes, designated event parking for MacTuff Kids will be clearly signposted and there will be someone directing traffic on the day.

Do I have to sign a Waiver?

 

Yes, you will be sent a Waiver with your final race day instructions e-mail nearer the time which you bring along on the day, however if you do not bring this along with you, you must sign a Waiver at Registration.

Where do we Register?

 

Registration will be clearly signposted and all runners will be directed by Marshalls.

Is it safe for children?

 

Yes, the course and all obstacles have been risk assessed and safety checked and will be manned by clearly identifiable Marshalls.

Do adults and children run the same course?

 

Yes, adults and children run the same course, however there are ‘mini’ versions of the adult obstacles so that the adults aren’t having all the fun!

Will there be supervision at the obstacles?

 

Yes, all obstacles will be manned by Marshalls and there will be additional helpers dotted around the course.

What is included in the entry fee?

 

Your entry fee includes entry for you into the MacTuff Kids Race, a Finishers Medal for all finishers, a t-shirt and headband for all children and of course lots of fun and mud!

Can family and friends spectate?

 

Yes, family and friends are welcome to spectate and will have the opportunity to walk around the course and take photographs.

Can I get a refund?

 

No, as a general rule no refunds will be given.

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