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FAQs

Elegibilidade da equipe e regras de corrida

Os capitães são responsáveis por garantir que suas equipes cumpram todas as regras de qualificação e regras da prova.

 

REGRAS DE ELEGIBILIDADE

 

  1. Cada equipe deve ser composta por 10 participantes. O número mínimo de participantes por equipe é 8 – neste caso, 2 participantes devem executar uma volta adicional cada para que a equipe complete todas as 10 voltas. Nenhum participante poderá correr mais de duas voltas.
  2. Os participantes podem correr em apenas uma equipe em qualquer corrida e devem ter pelo menos 18 anos de idade na data da corrida.
  3. Um mínimo de 8 participantes em cada equipe deve ser empregado da empresa, membro da organização profissional ou sociedade responsável pela inscrição da mesma na corrida – os comprovantes de elegibilidade devem ser fornecidos mediante solicitação.
  4. Se uma instituição possuir menos de 20 funcionários ou membros, eles poderão se juntar a outra instituição que também tenha menos de 20 funcionários ou membros para formar uma única equipe. Pelo menos metade dos participantes desta equipe deverão ser funcionários ou membros da instituição responsável pela inscrição da mesma na corrida.
  5. Existem 3 categorias de equipes diferentes na corrida: Aberta, Mista e Feminina. As Regras de Elegibilidade 1-4 se aplicam a todas as 3 categorias.
  6. Todas as equipes são elegíveis para a categoria Aberta.
  7. Para ser elegível para a categoria Mista, a equipe deverá ser composta por pelo menos 4 participantes do sexo feminino, que deverão correr no mínimo uma volta cada, e pelo menos 1 participante do sexo masculino, que deverá correr pelo menos uma volta - o resto da equipe pode ser composta por qualquer um dos sexos.
  8. Para ser elegível para a categoria Feminina, a equipe deverá ser composta apenas por participantes do sexo feminino.
  9. As 3 equipes abertas mais rápidas, e abertas, a equipa Mista mais rápida, a equipa Feminina mais rápida e o corredor mais rápido serão premiados após a corrida ter terminado, mas se a corrida tiver de ser interrompida por qualquer motivo, os prêmios só serão entregues à equipes que tiverem completado no mínimo 5 voltas.

 

REGRAS DA PROVA

 

  1. Todas as equipes devem completar 10 voltas no percurso designado de uma milha (1,6 km).
  2. Em qualquer momento da corrida, só poderá ter um participante de cada equipe no percurso.
  3. Caso algum participante desejar caminhar ao invés de correr durante sua volta, mantenha-se sempre nas laterais da pista para não bloquear outros participantes.
  4. Seu bastão de revezamento contém seu chip do cronômetro. Os participantes só podem passar o bastão à mão para os membros de sua própria equipe, na área de transição, do lado oposto aos race pens - jogar, rolar ou chutar o bastão não é permitido.
  5. Após entregar o bastão ao membro da equipe, o participante deve se direcionar imediatamente para a Área De Chegada. O último participante de cada equipe deverá devolver o seu bastão à equipe de apoio na área de chegada.
  6. Cada participante deve exibir seu número de inscrição claramente durante a prova na frente de sua camiseta ou colete.
  7. É necessário tratar cada participante, voluntário, espectador e membros da produção com respeito não importando sua raça, etnia, gênero, orientação sexual, idade, condição física ou qualquer outra característica. Comportamento desrespeitoso de qualquer natureza não será tolerado.
  8. Sempre priorize a sua segurança e a dos demais. As rotas podem ser estreitas em certos trechos, portanto, tenha certeza de seguir as instruções da produção e esteja alerta dos seus arredores. Esteja ciente dos espaços com outros corredores para evitar acidentes.
  9. Se houver algum motivo para acreditarmos que o tempo de volta foi alcançado por meios injustos, esse tempo poderá ser sujeito à penalidades pelos organizadores da corrida.

Nenhum apelo é permitido. A decisão da equipe organizadora da corrida é final.

Como funciona o evento?

São dez corredores por equipe e cada um corre uma milha, 1.6km aproximadamente, em sistema de revezamento. Vence a equipe que completar as dez milhas primeiro!

Posso inscrever uma equipe agora e recrutar os membros depois?

Sim, assim que as inscrições são abertas basta que uma pessoa se inscreva e realize o pagamento pela equipe. Depois de completar a inscrição da equipe, você poderá colocar todos os 10 corredores na seção de perfil da equipe no website. É preciso que, no mínimo 8 corredores da equipe sejam empregados em tempo integral da empresa que inscreveu a equipe na corrida. O Organizador do Evento tem total direito de rejeitar a inscrição da equipe que não seguir esta regra e/ou desqualificar a equipe após o evento.

Verifique o prazo final de inscrição de equipes para a cidade onde for competir.

Quem pode participar?

A inscrição só está aberta para empresas e pelo menos 8 corredores do seu time devem ser empregados em tempo integral da empresa que inscreveu a equipe na corrida.

Quais serão os prêmios da noite?

Há 6 prêmios apresentados após cada corrida. A equipe mais rápida receberá o troféu de vencedor da prova; também há troféus para a segunda e terceira colocadas, a equipe feminina mais rápida, a equipe mista mais rápida e o corredor mais rápido.

E se não tivermos gente suficiente para formar uma equipe?

É preciso que no mínimo 8 pessoas participem da corrida. Neste caso, é permitido que dois membros da equipe corram duas vezes, mas não mais do que isso. Recomendamos que a equipe tenha "corredores reserva", dispostos a participar caso alguém desista ou não possa participar na última hora.

Minha equipe se qualifica para a categoria de equipe mista mais rápida?

Uma equipe mista precisa ter, no mínimo, quatro corredoras mulheres e pelo menos um corredor homem. O restante pode ser composto por pessoas de qualquer sexo.

Já me inscrevi. E agora?

Após preencher o formulário inicial no website, você será contatado por email para confirmar seu método de pagamento. Quando o pagamento referente à sua equipe for efetuado, você receberá um email confirmando sua inscrição que conterá suas informações de login para criar sua conta e instruções sobre como convidar pessoas a se juntarem a sua equipe, como inscrever seus corredores e como concluir o processo online de isenção de responsabilidade por lesões. O capitão precisa completar o processo de acrescentar os corredores de sua equipe e garantir que cada membro crie seu perfil pessoal e aceite o termo de isenção de responsabilidade por lesões antes que a equipe seja autorizada a competir.

Quando vou receber o meu Race Pack?

Seu Race Pack será enviado por e-mail umas semana antes do evento. Por favor, certifique-se de que o endereço de e-mail que você forneceu no seu Perfil em nosso site esteja correto.

Como capitão da equipe, é sua responsabilidade garantir que cada membro de sua equipe tenha seu respectivo número na ordem em que você registrou seus corredores no formulário on-line na seção Perfil Da Sua Equipe.

Eu não recebi o meu Race Pack?

Os Race Pack digitais são enviados por e-mail na semana anterior à corrida. Se você não recebeu seu Race Pack, entre em contato com a equipe da Bloomberg Square Mile Relay através do e-mail [email protected] e vamos reenviá-lo ou fornecer o link para visualização on-line.

Não consegui que toda a equipe assinasse o formulário de isenção de responsabilidade por lesões. O que eu faço?

O formulário de isenção de responsabilidade por lesões é um documento que precisa ser assinado por todos corredores antes de participar na corrida. Se você não conseguir enviar todas as assinaturas para nós em tempo hábil, pedimos que pelo menos informe os nomes dos corredores na ordem certa que vão correr. Poderemos aceitar as assinaturas que faltam na barraca de inscrição no dia do evento. Quando tivermos todas as 10 assinaturas, iremos inscrever sua equipe e entregar o bastão de corrida.

Pacotes de corrida, adesivo com numero e bastões

O pacote de corrida será enviado por e-mail a todos os corredores 1 semana antes do evento. Todos os adesivos e o bastão serão recolhidos pelo capitão no registro no dia da corrida.

O que virá no meu Race Pack?

No seu kit, você receberá as informações do evento, mapa da prova e a programação. Os números de peito que incluem seu número de equipe, número individual e vouchers de guarda-volumes, comida e bebida devem ser retirados pelo seu capitão no balcão de registro no dia da corrida.

Do you have a Club App?

Yes we do! We've upgraded your entire race experience pre and post-race, so you can stay motivated for the iconic Bloomberg Square Mile Relay all year round.

For the first time, live relay events will now be part of the Square Mile Club app. This means you can find out key information about when the relay hits your city, connect with teammates, and even set up a training group to motivate and encourage each other in the run-up to the race.

On race day, you’ll have all the event information at the tap of a finger, and most importantly of all, you’ll be able to check live race results and rankings during and after the event.

Download for Apple or Android now.

How do I earn points?

Points are earned through a wide range of activities, tracked through the app. If you complete a virtual challenge or race, bonus points will be available!

For more information about points, please check out the Club Support.

What is a ‘virtual’ race or challenge?

A ‘virtual’ race or challenge enables you to participate in an event wherever you are in the world. Virtual walking, running or cycling works exactly the same as any other type of activity - you can do it in any location, at any pace, inside on stationery equipment or outside on the street, in a park, or even in another country!

Once you are a member of the Square Mile Club you will have access to all our ‘virtual’ races and challenges.

How can I access the Club?

Just head to the relevant app store on your device and download the app for either Apple or Android. Once you have downloaded the app, you can sign up and create a new account.

Who can join the Club?

Anyone can join the Square Mile Club as long as they are employed by a company, and register under their company’s name. You do not need to have participated in a Bloomberg Square Mile Relay race, but please note that any new companies will need to be verified.

What if I encounter an error during the login or registration process?

If you come across an error, or are directed to an error webpage, please re-start the login or registration process and try again.

If you repeatedly face the problem, please take a screenshot of the issue you encounter and head to Club Support.

Any more questions?

If you have any further questions, please visit the Club Support.

Or if you would like further information, please visit the Square Mile Club.

When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Dubai 2024 will take place on Thursday, 15th February. The race starts and finishes in front of the Gate Building at Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC).

What are the changing facilities?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should expect to arrive at 5:30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s race bibs (please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team). Team members will need to arrive by 6:00pm, to be ready for the important race briefing at 6.30pm, followed by the race start at 7:00pm.

Please click here to view the full schedule.

*Please note - times are subject to change

How do I get to the Race Village?

Bus: Emirates Towers MS Landside Bus Station: Service # 27, 29. Taxi: Drop-off point at DIFC Gate Building 5 entrance. Metro: Emirates Towers Metro Station, Exit 1, Sheikh Zayed Road (North). Parking: Public parking available in close proximity. Note: Access to the Race Village via The Gate Building is not possible.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the Dubai race?

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

  1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another lap each in order for the team to complete all 10 laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 laps.
  2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.
  3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by the corporation or be a member of the professional organisation or learned society entering the race – verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.
  4. If a corporation has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation.
  5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Overall, Mixed and Female. Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.
  6. All teams will be eligible for the Overall category.
  7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.
  8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).
  9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.
  10. The fastest 3 Overall teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

  1. Every team must complete 10 laps of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.
  2. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.
  3. Should any participant wish to walk instead instead of run during their lap, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.
  4. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.
  5. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move to the Finish Area. The last participant must return their team baton to staff in the finish area.
  6. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.
  7. You must treat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.
  8. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so please ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.
  9. If there is reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser’s decision is final.

Will there be an After-Party?

After the awards presentation in the Event Village, participants are invited to head to the Official After-Party at the Dolce, only a short walk away!

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village! Check out the route map to see where you can catch the best of the action.

When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Frankfurt 2024 will take place on Thursday 12 September at Walther von Cronberg Platz.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should arrive from 5.30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s race pack which includes all runner bibs.

 

Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. Team members need to arrive from 6pm to collect their bibs from the Team Captain.

 

See the full schedule here.

Can Spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village and watch the action on the route!

Can Spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village and watch the action on the route!

Are there changing facilities on site?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run.

There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality for all participants, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

Will there be a race in Hong Kong in 2023?

For the first time since 2018 the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay is returning to Hong Kong on Thursday 2nd November 2023!

I was a Team Captain when the last race was postponed, what happens next?

All Team Captains that had an entry into the previous race before it was postponed will have their teams rolled over to the 2023 race. We will be in touch via email to confirm your place.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village! We will shortly update the route map where you can see the best spots to catch the action.

Are there changing facilities at the event?

We recommend that all runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

Where will the relay take place?

The Relay will take place at the Hong Kong Observation Wheel & AIA Vitality Park

​When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay London 2024 will take place on Thursday 26th September. The race starts and finishes at Guildhall Yard, London, EC2V 7HH and is easily accessible by public transport. The nearest underground stations are Bank, Moorgate, Mansion House and St Paul’s.

​What are the changing facilities?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should arrive from 5.30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s baton. Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. Team members need to arrive from 6:15pm

Further timings can be found on the schedule here.

*Please note - times are subject to change

​What roads will be closed?

A number of roads in the city will be closed for a limited period. Road closures will be implemented from 18:30 until 20:45. Street parking will also be suspended. Please refer to the course page and the following list of roads that will be affected: Gresham Street, Noble Street, Wood Street, Love Lane, Aldermanbury and Aldermanbury Square, as well as King Street and Milk Street. Vehicles and pedestrians will be facilitated across the route (not along the route) at specific crossing points prior to the race. Once the race has started vehicles will not be permitted to cross until the final runner has passed and pedestrians should cross at specific crossing points where possible.

Pacotes de corrida, adesivo com numero e bastões

O pacote de corrida será enviado por e-mail a todos os corredores 1 semana antes do evento. Todos os adesivos e o bastão serão recolhidos pelo capitão no registro no dia da corrida.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality for all participants, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village! Check out the route map to see where you can catch the best of the action.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the Mumbai race?

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

  1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another lap each in order for the team to complete all 10 laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 laps.
  2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.
  3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by the corporation or be a member of the professional organisation or learned society entering the race – verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.
  4. If a corporation has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation.
  5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Overall, Mixed and Female. Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.
  6. All teams will be eligible for the Overall category.
  7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.
  8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).
  9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.
  10. The fastest 3 Overall teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

  1. Every team must complete 10 laps of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.
  2. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.
  3. Should any participant wish to walk instead of run during their lap, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.
  4. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.
  5. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move into the Finish Area. The last participant must return their baton to staff in the finish area.
  6. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.
  7. You must trat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.
  8. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so please ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.
  9. If there is reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser’s decision is final.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should expect to arrive at 5:00pm on the day to register and collect their team’s race bibs (please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team). Team members will need to arrive by 5:30pm, to be ready for the important race briefing at 5:45pm, followed by the race start at 6:30pm.

Please click here to view the full schedule.

*Please note - times are subject to change

What are the changing facilities?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Mumbai 2024 will take place on Friday, 23rd February. The race starts and finishes in Jio Gardens, in the heart of Mumbai's financial district.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality for all participants, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

When and where will the next race take place in New York?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay New York 2024 will take place on Thursday, 13th June at The Seaport District.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the New York race?

Please see the updated New York Eligibility and Race Rules HERE.

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village! Check out the route map to see where you can catch the best of the action.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality for all participants, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should arrive from 5.30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s race pack which includes all runner bibs. Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. Team members need to arrive from 6pm.

The full schedule can be viewed here

What are the changing facilities?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

When will the next race take place in San Francisco?

We are delighted to announce the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay will be returning to San Francisco on Thursday 25th July 2024!

The race will be exclusively for Bloomberg clients.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the San Francisco race?

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

  1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another lap each in order for the team to complete all 10 laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 laps.
  2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.
  3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by the corporation or be a member of the professional organisation or learned society entering the race – verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.
  4. If a corporation has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation.
  5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Overall, Mixed and Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.
  6. All teams will be eligible for the Overall
  7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.
  8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).
  9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.
  10. The fastest 3 Overall teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

  1. Every team must complete 10 laps of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.
  2. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.
  3. Should any participant wish to walk instead of run during their lap, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.
  4. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.
  5. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move into the Finish Area. The last participant must return their team baton to staff in the finish area.
  6. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.
  7. You must treat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.
  8. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so please ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.
  9. If there is reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser’s decision is final.

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are welcome to join runners in the Event Village! Check out the route map to see where you can catch the best of the action.

What are the changing facilities?

There are no changing rooms on-site so we recommend that runners arrive ready to run. There will be toilets with cubicles, and a baggage tent where you can leave your bags during the race should you need to.

Will there be an After-Party?

Participants will be able to enjoy the ‘After-Party’ in the Race Village where there will be music and first-class hospitality for all participants, including a main meal, dessert and drinks as part of their entry package.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should arrive from 4.30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s race pack which includes all runner bibs. Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. Team members need to arrive from 4:30pm.

The full schedule can be viewed here

Onde e quando é o evento?

A Bloomberg Square Mile Relay 2024 acontece na quinta-feira, 8 de agosto, no Parque do Povo. Você encontra mais detalhes na página da corrida.

Que horas devo chegar no dia da corrida?

Os capitães devem chegar a partir das 17h30 para realizarem o check-in e coletarem os kits de suas equipes, que incluem o bastão de revezamento e os números de cada corredor.

Lembramos que apenas os capitães podem fazer o check-in de suas equipes. Será considerado o capitão aquele que fizer a inscrição da equipe no site, a menos que nos seja dito o contrário.   

Os demais membros de cada equipe deverão chegar até as 18h. Às 18h45 será realizado um aquecimento geral e a prova começará às 19h. 

*todos os horários estão sujeitos a alterações*

Haverá vestiários?

Não haverá vestiários no local, mas disponibilizaremos um guarda-volumes para itens pequenos durante a corrida.

Os espectadores podem comprar comidas e bebidas durante a noite?

Queremos que a torcida vibre durante a corrida e curta a atmosfera da Race Village.  

 Os vouchers de comida e bebida estarão disponíveis para compra no site em breve.

Pacotes de corrida, adesivo com numero e bastões

O pacote de corrida será enviado por e-mail a todos os corredores 1 semana antes do evento. Todos os adesivos e o bastão serão recolhidos pelo capitão no registro no dia da corrida.

O que virá no meu Race Pack?

No seu kit, você receberá as informações do evento, mapa da prova e a programação. Os números de peito que incluem seu número de equipe, número individual e vouchers de guarda-volumes, comida e bebida devem ser retirados pelo seu capitão no balcão de registro no dia da corrida.

​When and where is it taking place?

The 2023 Bloomberg Square Mile Relay in Singapore will be taking place on Thursday 19th October at The Promontory, 11 Marina Blvd.

What are the changing facilities?

There will be toilets and baggage storage on site, but it is recommended that runners arrive ready to run! Please check the weather forecast and bring appropriate clothing for the weather.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team Captains may be expected to arrive from 5.00pm on the day to register and collect their team’s baton. Please note, it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. We will take whoever registered the team as the captain unless we are told otherwise. Team members need to arrive from 6.00pm. A warm-up will take place before the race is due to start at 7.00pm.

Further timing details can be found here.

​Can spectators buy food and drinks on the night?

Spectators are encouraged to come along to cheer on runners in the race and enjoy the atmosphere in the Race Village. Food and drink will be available for all colleagues, friends and family to purchase in advance on the website, or from the hospitality voucher booth on race day.

If you would like to purchase additional hospitality in advance, this is available on our website now.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the Singapore race?

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

  1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another lap each in order for the team to complete all 10 laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 laps.
  2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.
  3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by the corporation or be a member of the professional organisation or learned society entering the race – verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.
  4. If a corporation has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation.
  5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Overall, Mixed and Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.
  6. All teams will be eligible for the Overall
  7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.
  8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).
  9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.
  10. The fastest 3 Overall teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

  1. Every team must complete 10 laps of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.
  2. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.
  3. Should any participant wish to walk instead of run during their lap, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.
  4. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.
  5. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move into the Finish Area. The last participant must return their team baton to staff in the finish area.
  6. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.
  7. You must treat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.
  8. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so please ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.
  9. If there is reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser’s decision is final.

What are the Team Eligibility and Race Rules for the Sydney race?

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

  1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another lap each in order for the team to complete all 10 laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 laps.
  2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.
  3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by the corporation or be a member of the professional organisation or learned society entering the race – verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.
  4. If a corporation has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation.
  5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Overall, Mixed and Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.
  6. All teams will be eligible for the Overall
  7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.
  8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).
  9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.
  10. The fastest 3 Overall teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

  1. Every team must complete 10 laps of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.
  2. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.
  3. Should any participant wish to walk instead of run during their lap, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.
  4. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.
  5. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move into the Finish Area. The last participant must return their team baton to staff in the finish area.
  6. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.
  7. You must treat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.
  8. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so please ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.
  9. If there is reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser’s decision is final.

Will there be an After-Party?

After the awards presentation in the Event Village, participants are invited to head to the Official After-Party at the The Argyle, only a short walk away!

​When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Sydney 2023 will take place on Thursday 23rd November. The race starts and finishes at Barangaroo Reserve.

What time do we need to be there on the night?

Team captains should arrive from 5.00pm on the day to register and collect their team’s baton. Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can register the team. Team members need to arrive from 6pm.

The full schedule can be viewed here

Haverá vestiários?

Não haverá vestiários no local, mas disponibilizaremos um guarda-volumes para itens pequenos durante a corrida.

Can spectators come into the Race Village?

Spectators are very welcome!

Race Packs, Runner Bibs and Batons

The digital race pack will be emailed out to all runners two weeks before the event.
Race bibs are to be collected by the Team Captain along with the team baton at the Registration Desks at 5:00pm on race day.

What time do we need to be there on the night? 

Team captains should arrive from 5:30pm on the day to register and collect their team’s baton. Please note that it is only the nominated team captain who can collect the team’s race pack. 

Team members need to arrive before 6pm in order to allow enough time to receive their race bib from their team captain.

At 6:15pm there will be a welcome on stage by the MC, then at 6:30pm there will be an official race briefing, followed by the warm-up at 6.45pm, prior to the race start at 7pm. Please note all times are subject to change.  

 

Tokyo Team Eligibility & Race Rules

TEAM ELIGIBILITY RULES

Team Captains are responsible for ensuring their teams adhere to all team eligibility and race rules.

1. Each team should consist of 10 participants, but the minimum number of participants per team is 8 - in this situation, 2 participants must run another complete full lap (2 mini laps = 1 complete full lap) each in order for the team to complete all 10 full laps. No participant is permitted to run more than 2 complete full laps (4 mini laps).

2. Participants are permitted to run in only one team at any given race and must be at least 18 years of age on the race date.

3. A minimum of 8 individual participants in each team must be employed by or be a member of the corporation or University entering the race. Please ensure you register with your work email address, verification of eligibility must be provided upon request.

4. If a corporation or University has less than 20 employees or members, they are able to group together with one other corporation or University that also has less than 20 employees or members in order to form a team, but at least half of the participants in the team must be employees or members from the registered corporation or University.

5. There are 3 different team categories in the race: Open, Mixed and Female. Team Eligibility Rules 1-4 apply to all 3 categories.

6. All teams will be eligible for the Open category.

7. To be eligible for the Mixed category, a team will need to consist of at least 4 individual female participants, running a minimum of one lap each, and at least 1 male or non-binary participant running at least one lap - the rest of the team can be filled with any gender.

8. If a participant selects ‘Prefer not to say’ as their gender, the team will only be eligible for the Overall category and Mixed Team category (providing there are at least four different females running one lap each and one other gendered runner (male or non binary) running at least one lap in the Mixed Team).

9. To be eligible for the Female category, a team will need to consist of female participants only.

10. The fastest 3 Open teams, the fastest Mixed team and the fastest Female team will be awarded after the race has finished, but if the race needs to be stopped for any reason the awards will only be presented to teams that have completed at least 5 laps.

RACE RULES

1. Every team must run 10 complete full laps (20 mini laps) of the designated one-mile (1.6km) course.

2. Failure for a runner to complete two mini laps (1 complete full lap) will result in an incomplete full lap and an automatic 10 minute penalty will be added to the runners existing time e.g. if a runner only completes one mini lap in 3 minutes and fails to complete their second mini lap, their total complete full lap time will be 13 minutes.

3. There can only be one participant per team on the course at any given time.

4. Should any participant wish to walk instead of run during their laps, always keep to the side of the course to prevent blocking other participants.

5. Your race baton contains your timing chip. Participants can only pass the baton by hand to their own team members, in the transition area, opposite the race pens - throwing, rolling or kicking the baton is not allowed.

6. After handing the baton to their team member, the participant must immediately move into the Finish Area. The last participant must return their team baton to staff in the finish area.

7. Each participant is required to display their bib number clearly throughout the race on the front of their t-shirt or vest.

8. You must treat every participant, volunteer, spectator, and staff member with respect regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or any other characteristic. Disrespectful behaviour of any kind will not be tolerated.

9. Always prioritise the safety of yourself and others. Routes can be narrow in places so ensure you follow the instructions of event staff, be aware of your surroundings, and give each other space wherever possible to prevent accidents and injuries.

10. If there is a reason to believe that a lap time has been achieved by unfair means, that lap may be subject to a time penalty at the Race Organiser's discretion.

No appeals are allowed. The Race Organiser's decision is final.

When and where is it taking place?

The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Tokyo 2024 will take place on Thursday 23rd May, starting and finishing in Marunouchi .

What roads will be closed?

Some roads will be closed for the race on the event day. For further information please contact the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay Tokyo Office ([email protected])

How to get there? 

Car: The closest highway toll gate is Marunouchi Exit of TosihnKanjyo Line  

Train: Below stations are convenient:    

1 minute walk from JR Tokyo Sta. Marunouchi South Exit  

Direct access from Tokyo metro Marunouchi  Line Tokyo Sta. and Chiyoda line Futaebashimae Sta.  

3 minutes walk from JR Mita line Otemachi Sta.    

4 minutes walk from JR Keiyo line Tokyo Sta.  

8 minutes walk from Tokyo metro Yurakucho line Yurakucho Sta.  

Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line Yurakucho Sta.

What awards are available on the night? 

There are 5 awards presented after each race. The fastest team will receive the winner’s trophy; there are also trophies for the second and third placed teams, the fastest mixed team and the fastest female team. 

Are there any changing facilities?

Please arrive ready to race as there are very limited changing facilities on site. We do have a complimentary bag drop for you to leave your valuables whilst you race. Your luggage tag is attached to your race bib.

I want to join the race, but require additional support, is there someone I can speak to?

 We strive for our events to be as inclusive as possible and will do our best to support and accommodate any additional requirements you may have. Please fill in our Accessibility Form and a member of our team will be in touch.

Please email [email protected] if you have any additional questions.

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