Disclaimer

Waiver of terms and conditions for participants of TRIAMSTERDAM

ARTIKEL 1: DEFINITIONS

1.1. This waiver is subject to the parties described:

a. Event: the event organized in any year by Amsterdam Sport Events B.V. named: TRIAMSTERDAM.
b. Participant: the legal person that in any way permitted by the Organization registered to participate in the Event.
c. Agreement: The agreement relating to the Participant's participation in the Event.
d. Organization: the legal entities (in this case Amsterdam Sport Events B.V.) with which the Participant has entered into an Agreement.

1.2. This waiver applies to any Agreement.

ARTIKEL 2: PARTICIPATION

2.1. On day the Event will be held, a Participant must have reached the by the Organization defined minimum age for the Event of age 16 for the Olympic Distance and age 18 for the Half Distance.

2.2. The Participant may only participate in the Event, if he or she has filled in the correct entry form completely and truthfully, if the entry fee is paid in full no later than one week before the date of the Event and if the Participant has agreed to the terms and conditions.

2.3. Cancellation
When you order an option for cancellation during the registration proces, the cancellation insurance is a 'no questions asked' policy. We strongly recommend to take the insurance, because a refund is not possible otherwise. It is also not possible to transfer your registration to someone else. The cancellation insurance will cost €12,50 for an OD and €17,50 for an HD. 

The policy concerning cancellation is as follows:
– cancellation before May 1st 2018 – 100% refund
– cancellation from May 2nd to June 7th 2018 – 50% refund
– cancellation from June 8th to July 6th 2018 – 20% refund
– refund is not possible after July 6th

Without cancellation insurance a refund is not possible. If the Participant would like to withdraw from the Event, an email should be sent to info@tri.amsterdam including an IBAN and SWIFT number of their bank information.

2.4. The Organization of the Event may, under exceptional circumstances (force majeure) decide to cancel the event. Also at any time on the day of the Event, the Event can be halted and even completely stopped under exceptional circumstances (think of a death case, an attack or other (natural) disaster, etc.).

2.5. The decision made by the Organization to cancel or stop the Event, creates no liability for reimbursement of the costs incurred by the Participant in relation to the Event.

ARTIKEL 3: LIABILITY

3.1. Participation is at your own risk. The Organization is not liable for any damages whatsoever, which may occur to the Participant as a result of participation. The Organization is also not liable for loss, theft or damage of/to property. Unless the damage is the direct result of the attributable Organizations intent or gross negligence. This exclusion of liability also applies to serious harm such as all possible types of damage resulting from injury or death.

3.2. If, despite the provisions of the first paragraph of this article, the Organizations is to be assumed liable for the Participants damage, the obligation of the Organizations compensation shall not exceed the maximum amount that the insurer of the Organization would pay for said damages.

3.3. The Participant must be adequately insured against the risk of damage he or any kin may suffer as a result of injury, illness or death caused by the participation in the Event.

3.4. The Participant declares to be familiar with the fact that participation requires good health, both mentally and physically, and declares that he/she meets this requirement and that he/she has adequately prepared for the Event.

3.5. The Participant indemnifies the Organization against liability for damage suffered by third parties as a result of any acts attributable to a participant or omissions relating to the Event. The Participant must be adequately insured against the risk of liability for such damage.

3.6. The Participant indemnifies the Organization against liability for damage a third party may suffer at the hands of the Participant, during his participation in the Event, unless this damage is the direct result of the Organizations attributable intent or gross negligence.

ARTIKEL 4: PORTRAIT RIGHTS

Participant grants permission in advance to the Organization to publish during and around the Event photographs and images and the like, in which the participant is visible.

ARTIKEL 5: PRIVACY STATEMENT

The personal information provided by a Participant shall be stored in a file by the Organization. By participating in an Event, the Participant grants permission to the Organization to use the personal data to send information to the Participant and for the provision of personal data to third parties for sending information to the Participant. The Participant, by entering into the Agreement, authorizes the Organization to publish his name and race results, for example through publication in newspapers and on the Internet.

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