Drop Bags, clearly marked with their Name, Race Number and
Checkpoint, at the
Start between 4:30am and 5:30am on the morning of the Race for
transportation to the nominated
Runners can also leave personal supplies at
Checkpoints in their
Drop Bags for delivery to the Finish of the 100 Kilometres where
they will be available until the
Checkpoint closes and then to the
Finish of the 100 Miles.
Unsupported Runners can also leave their
travel baggage (not too large, please!) at the Start with the Drop
Bags destined for the Finish of their event. All such baggage
must be clearly labelled with their Name and Race Number and the
intended Checkpoint. Don't just write 'FINISH' on the travel
baggage that needs to go to the 100 Kilometre Finish. Such
bags will go to Patonga, the Finish of the 100 Miles. Instead,
write CP 4 on the items and place them with the Drop Bags destined
Drop Bags will not be transported from each
Checkpoint until the last Runner has passed through or the
cut-off time for that
Checkpoint has passed.
The organisers will not be responsible
for returning any
Drop Bags (and their contents) to Runners if they are unclaimed
Finish by 6:30pm on Sunday, 10
ORGANISERS WILL DO THEIR BEST TO ENSURE
DROP BAGS ARE DELIVERED INTACT TO
CHECKPOINTS, AND RETURNED TO THE
FINISH, THEY ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR DAMAGED
DROP BAGS OR THEIR CONTENTS.
DROP BAGS ARE NECESSARILY PILED IN BOXES FOR TRANSPORT, SO THEY
MUST BE ROBUST AND THEIR CONTENTS PROTECTED IN LEAK-PROOF AND
CRUSH-PROOF (WHERE APPROPRIATE) CONTAINERS.
PUT VALUABLES IN DROP BAGS!