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SHANGHAI

 
MEDICAL & SAFETY
Medical

Though not an officially recognized treatment centre, the medical staff on hand will assess each situation and assist in obtaining appropriate treatment for participant who become incapacitated or injured. Ambulances will also be available on site.

First Aid Stations:
Start area (L8)   R1   R2   R3   L100 (sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck)
1. If you need medical assistance during the course, please inform a member of the medical staff or a uniformed race official.
2. The race director reserves the right to remove any participant for any reason from the race course.


Water Stations

Hydrating with water or sports drinks is a good idea with any type of exercise. Keep your water intake up in the days leading into the race.

Water stations on race day:
Start area (L8)   R1   R2   R3   L100 (sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck)


Shoes

Before you reach the start line, make certain your running shoes are securely tied. Loose laces can cause you to trip and fall. A good practice is to double knot laces for safety. We also recommend not running with accessories like loose necklaces or bracelets that can get tangled or fall off during the climb.

HONG KONG | SHANGHAI
MEDICAL & SAFETY
Medical

Though not an officially recognized treatment centre, the medical staff on hand will assess each situation and assist in obtaining appropriate treatment for the participant who become incapacitated or injured. Ambulances will also be available on site.

First Aid Stations:
Start area (L8)   R1   R2   R3
 
L100 
(sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck)
1. If you need medical assistance during the course, please inform a member of the medical staff or a uniformed race official.
2. The race director reserves the right to remove any participant for any reason from the race course.
Water Stations

Hydrating with water or sports drinks is a good idea with any type of exercise. Keep your water intake up in the days leading into the race.

Water Stations:
Start area (L8)   R1   R2   R3
 
L100 
(sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck)
Shoes

Before you reach the start line, make certain your running shoes are securely tied. Loose laces can cause you to trip and fall. A good practice is to double knot laces for safety. We also recommend not running with accessories like loose necklaces or bracelets that can get tangled or fall off during the climb.