HOW TO GET POINTS?
Racers are required to download and use the "District" app to compete in the race. Only the first member from each team to arrive at the checkpoint will be rewarded with the points, any other subsequent teammates arriving at the same checkpoint will NOT receive any points. Points for checkpoints are awarded as follows:
基本規則 General Rules
“KFC Delivery Run” is a team race of 3 runners. Racers must be aged 18 or above. All genders are welcome.
Teams will start in a format of rolling start and all team members shall start together. Time limit is set to 3 hours from your team’s starting time.
The aim is to run through various checkpoints and score as many points as you can within the time limit.
Cut off time will be set for each starting time. Details will be listed in the Racer Guide and email notification. All teams must start the race at their designated starting time. The organizer reserves the right to restrict late-arriving teams from joining the race.
Racers are required to wear the Race T-shirt, Headband and special KFC delivery bag throughout the race.
The race has no designated route outlined and the teams should plan their own routes. Team members can work separately to reach as many checkpoints as possible and all members must reach the finishing point within the time limit. If one of the team members fail to reach the finishing point on time, the team will be considered as “Did not finish” and will not be ranked.
Only the first member from each team to arrive at the checkpoint will be rewarded with points, any other subsequent members arriving at the same checkpoint will NOT receive any points.
If points are equal between two or more teams, the team who spent the least time finishing the race will be ranked first.
Racers must wear masks when they are in indoor public places. The safety of the racers and the public community is the primary consideration of the organisers. Racers must ensure that they abide by traffic ordinance when competing in the race. Implement safe social distancing and comply with the government’s latest social gathering restrictions and measures. For details, please refer to https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/index.html
Racers are required to download and use the District app to compete in the race.
Racers are required to travel on foot in the race. District app can detect racers travelling mode of transport by racer’s speed of travel. In case of any irregularities, the organizer reserves the right to adjust the total points or disqualify the concerned teams.
Utilizing any form of transportation during the race is prohibited, include but not limit to bicycle, scooter, skateboard, car, bike, train, tram, bus etc (except elevator and escalator).
The Organizer shall not be liable for: late, lost, delayed, damaged, misdirected, incomplete, illegible, or unintelligible entries; telephone, electronic, hardware, or software program, network, Internet, or computer malfunctions, failures, delays or difficulties; errors in transmission; reward notification deliveries attempted but not received; any loss suffered by anyone who enters or attempts to enter and/or participate in the race, whether the entry is lost, not submitted, wrongly processed.
Racers should understand the nature and risk of the event, which they are joining voluntarily. Please consult a doctor if you have any concern about your physical fitness for this activity. If you feel unwell whilst taking part, you should stop immediately.
Racers are recommended to take out their own personal accident insurance policies.
Racers must obey traffic regulations and take great care when crossing the roads.
When racers enter privately owned public spaces, such as shopping mall, please be considerate of the other pedestrians and follow the instructions from the staff of venues.