Regulations JUAN MIGUELIZ Leyre Trail

01. Date and place : JUAN MIGUELIZ Leyre Trail will take place on Saturday October 26th 2019 at the Monastery of Leyre (Navarre), starting at 10:00 am.

02. Route: The race runs through the two sides of the Sierra de Leyre, and is approximately 21 km, with a cumulative elevation gain of 1,400 meters.

03. Participation: People over 18 and under 75 years old can participate (those over 16 may participate with parental authorisation and with the presence of an adult during the event), up to maximum of 350 runners, who must comply with the regulations of this race and meet the requirements detailed here.

04. Categories: (age on the day of the race):

Male category :

Absolute Over 18 and up to 40 years
Veterans: Over 41 years

Female category :

Absolute: Over 18 and up to 40 years
Veterans: Over 41 years

05. Registration: Up to 300 runners from September 9th to October 7th. The Organisation will reserve 20 numbers to cover the different commitments and guarantee a minimum of 20% of the registrations for female runners. This pre-registration should be done online, through the website or through the platform

06. Fee: The single registration fee is 28€, which gives the right to participate in the race, liability and accident insurance, use of all the services established by the Organisation for participants (runner bag, refreshments, cloakroom, showers, post-race appetiser), as well as various gifts. To collect the runner's bag and the bib number, the participant must be present and show some form of identification (DNI/ID/passport). All participants accept this regulation as they complete the registration.

07. Tracking: The route will be properly tracked with visible signs and marking bands. There will be kilometers’ references throughout the itinerary. Once the race is completed, all the signs will be collected.

08. Race Controls: During the itinerary, the Organisation has several control points to monitor your progresss, being compulsory to go through them.

09. Refreshments: available at the four refreshment points plus the one at the finish line. We will offer the participant s energetic and refreshing products (water, fruit, bars and energy drinks).

10. Timing Tracking Race completion must be under four hours, or else you will lose your options to appear in the final classification. Participants who exceed 1 hour and 35 minutes when going through Portillo de la Cerrada for the second time must retire from the event as neither the Organisation nor the Assistance Services can guarantee their coverage. In any case, the Organisation will have the power to withdraw those who do not meet the established timing controls, or those whose health status is not the appropriate. This also applies to runners that violate the rules of the race, do not complete the marked track, do not display the race number in a visible way, ignore the indications of the organizers, break the rules in the security points or display an inappropriate attitude towards the rest of the runners. Those who are affected by a withdrawal decision must notify it and return the bib number at the nearest checkpoint, and leave the race following the indications of the members of the Organisation and/or volunteers.

11. Prizes:

*None of the prizes and trophies are cumulative

Absolute male category:

Txapela, , Trophy, and price. Free Registration for the 2020 Edition.
2º Trophy
3º Trophy


2º Trophy
3º Trophy

Absolute female category:

Txapela, , Trophy, and price. Free Registration for the 2020 Edition.
2ª Trophy
3ª Trophy


2ª Trophy
3ª Trophy

Mejor local Comarca de Sangüesa:

Trofeo para categorías femenina y masculina

Prize ‘Raise to Portillo de la Cerrada’ (Official sponsor of the race)::

1º runner (both male and female) (Sponsor). First to arrive at Portillo de la Cerrada at Km 2.5 and to finish the entire race.

Prize ‘Desafío’ JMLT 2019

1,800€ for the runner who wins the race and does it in a time shorter than that established by the organisation (1:49:59 for men and 2:09:59 for women).

* For this prize, the corresponding retention tax applies.

The winners must be present at the awards ceremony to receive their prizes. Any absence will be understood as renunciation of the trophies/prizes won.

12. Results: The results will be published on the official website,, and on the platform

13. Distribution of competition numbers: Bib numbers will be distributed on the day of the race, between 8:00 and 9:15 am, in the Crypt of the Monastery of Leyre. It is necessary to show some form of identification in order to pick up the bib number.

14. Environment: ost of the race takes place in areas of exceptional natural beauty, so it will be everyone's duty to preserve the environment and avoid leaving litter outside of the control points. For this purpose, trash cans will be placed up to a maximum distance of 20 meters from the control post. Failure to comply with this elementary rule will result in the disqualification of the runner.

15. Healthcare: The Organisation will have Rescue Services at the most strategic points of the race. Moreover, at the finish line there will be massage services, showers, toiles and first-aid medical attention point for those athletes with special needs.

16. Security: The Organisation reserves the right to change the itinerary of the race and make modifications depending on different matters, as well as the suspension of the race subject to weather conditions.

17. Assistance in accidents: Those who participate in the race must assist runners that are injured or need help, as well as report any incidence at the control posts.

18. Liability in accidents: The Organisation declines all responsibility in case of accident, negligence, as well as loss of the runner’s for personal objects; for these purposes you will have a baggage room at the finish line. The participants will be responsible for any damage they may cause to themselves and to third parties.

19. Runner insurance: All participants officially registered will be covered by an insurance policy arranged by the Organisation. It will cover accidents that occur as a direct result of the development of the race, and never as a derivation of a previous condition, imprudence, negligence, non-observance of the laws and the articles of the regulation, etc. The insurance does not cover the accidents caused when traveling to and from the area where the race takes place.

20. Mandatory material: The Organisation of the race may establish the use of mandatory warm/waterproof clothing depending on the weather forecast. Participants must display the competition number on their chest, clearly visible to facilitate the control by the Organisation.

21. Cancellations: There will be no possibility of cancellation or refund 72 hours after the formalisation of the online purchase. Likewise, those who cannot take part in the race due to personal circumstances should notify it as soon as possible to the Organisation, up to a maximum of 20 days before the race. In this case, the Organisation will study the request and a 50% of the payment fee could be returned. After the registration closes and only when the registrations are complete, can the bib be exchanged for another female person proposed by the participant upon request and confirmation of the Organization

22. Image: The acceptance of the regulation of the JUAN MIGUELIZ Leyre Trail 2019 takes for granted that the runner renounces his image rights. Days after the race, the Organisation will publish the race’s photographs on the website and RSS, and send several photos to the media together with the race’s information following the event.

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