Tely 10 Record Bonus Prize

  1. Tely 10 Open Record may be claimed by citizens of any country.
  2. A Tely 10 Open Record represents the best performance established by a male or female runner. Records will not be affected by a change in the race course.
  3. A $1,500 bonus will be awarded to the man and woman who resets the Tely 10 Open Records (Men 47:04, Women 55:34).
  4. Runners tying the race record time will not be eligible for the bonus prize.
  5. Only a new record holder(s) qualify for the bonus prize.
  6. The record bonus is in addition to any other prize money.
  7. Only the male and female race winners qualify for the record bonus.
  8. In the event where more than one race winner is declared in the male or female category, they will all share the $1,500 bonus prize.
  9. All bonus cheques will be mailed out within 60 days of the event.
  10. Athletes who participate in the Tely 10 may be subject to drug testing in accordance with IAAF Procedural Guidelines for Doping Control or the Olympic Movement Anti-Doping Code.
  11. Athletes who are currently serving a suspension for the use of a banned substance by a governing body are not eligible to participate in the Tely 10 or claim bonus money.
  12. Riding a bike, pacing, alongside race participants is prohibited. Interaction with event participants must be brief and limited to providing supplies or first aid support. Coaching is not allowed while riding a bike. Coaching and moral support may be given from a safe distance, sidewalk, provided this action does not impede not disturb other participants.
  13. IAAF Rule 143.2 Shoes: Athletes may compete barefoot or with footwear on one or both feet. The purpose of shoes for competition is to give protection and stability to the feet and a firm grip on the ground. Such shoes, however, must not be constructed so as to give an athlete any unfair additional assistance, including by the incorporation of any technology which will give the wearer any unfair advantage. A shoe strap over the instep is permitted. All types of competition shoes must be approved by IAAF.