HAVE A GO TRI Terms & Conditions
Please read through all the term and conditions, including your health commitment:
2. DATA PROTECTION
2.1 You agree that your personal information can be stored and used by the Organisers and their partners in connection with the organisation, staging and administration of GO TRI activity.
2.2 You agree that your name, image and contact details can be used by the Organisers and their partners for the purposes of:-
2.2.1 The promotion and marketing of GO TRI campaigns, events and training;
2.2.2 Adding you to a mailing list to keep you informed about future activities and services which we believe you might be interested in, such as information regarding local clubs, events and how to join Triathlon England.
If you object to such, please see condition 3.5.
2.3 The Organisers shall take all necessary steps to ensure that personal information or marketing information pertaining or relating to you which comes into their possession or control shall not be:
2.3.1 Used or reproduced in whole or in part in any form except for the purposes outlined in these conditions.
2.3.2 Disclosed to any person not authorised by you to receive it; or.
2.3.3 Altered, deleted, added to or otherwise interfered with (except where expressly permitted by these conditions).
2.4 If you would not like the Organisers or their partners to use the marketing information or personal information other than for purposes related solely to your participation in GO TRI, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. USE OF IMAGE
3.1 Photographs may be taken which capture your participation. You agree to the publication of photographs and broadcasts of your image which accurately depict your participation in GO TRI.
4. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND HEATH COMMITMENT STATEMENT
4.1 If you have not exercised before or for some time, you should consult your doctor before taking part in GO TRI. Please read our Health Commitment Statement for further advice.
4.2 You must provide an emergency contact name/emergency contact number on registration.
- Your Health commitment to us
> You should not exercise beyond your own abilities. If you know or are concerned that you have a medical condition which might interfere with your safe participation in the GO TRI activity, before you enter you should seek advice from a relevant medical professional and follow that advice.
> It is the decision of the user, not the operator, to determine whether he or she is fit enough to exercise. If the user is in any doubt, the user should seek medical advice. It is up to the user where to seek that medical advice.
> You should let us know immediately, if you feel unwell whilst participating in one of our events. Our staff are not qualified Doctors, but there will be first aid provision in attendance at our events.
> If you have a disability, you must follow any reasonable instructions to allow you to complete our event safely.
- Your Health commitment to us
> Taking part in any unsupervised activity, is done at entirely your own risk.
> You should adhere to the facility/ instructor session rules.
This Health Commitment Statement sets the standards that Triathlon England and the event participant can reasonably expect from each other in regard to the health of the participant.
This statement is for guidance only. It is not a legally binding agreement between you and us and does not create any obligation which you or we must meet.
5.1 In no event shall the Organisers be liable to you, whether for breach of contract, any tortuous act or omission (including negligence) or otherwise, under or in connection with the Agreement for any:-
5.1.1 Loss or damage;
5.1.2 Loss of profit;
5.1.3 Loss of reputation;
5.1.4 Loss of business, revenue or goodwill;
5.1.5 Loss of anticipated savings;
5.1.6 Pledges made on your behalf or by you to charity; or
5.1.7 Consequential or indirect loss, regardless of whether the loss or damage:
(a) Would arise in the ordinary course of events;
(b) is reasonably foreseeable; or
(c) Is in the contemplation of the parties, or otherwise.
5.2 Nothing in this Agreement shall affect the Organisers’ liability for death or personal injury, fraud, or any other liability to the extent it cannot be excluded or limited by law.
5.3 Triathlon England strongly advises all participants to hold relevant public liability cover whilst taking part in these events.
6.1 The Agreement shall be governed by English law, and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
6.2 If any provision of the Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, in whole or in part, the validity of the remainder shall not be affected.
6.3 The Agreement does not create, confer or purport to confer any benefit or right enforceable by any person not party to it.
6.4 Participant must inform email@example.com of changes in personal contact/address details.
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