EasyEquities Born2Run Athletics Club

Aspiration. Inspiration. Excellence.

Club Rules

As a member of EasyEquities Born2Run Athletics Club, you will required to abide by the following rules.  Without trying to be an ol’ stick in the mud, it is essential that all members adhere to these rules, for your own safety and enjoyment.

  1. You must wear full club kit (official club vest/tee/crop top and BLACK shorts/tights/skorts) to all ASA affiliated road races;
  2. You must wear your ASA licence on the front and back of your club vest at all ASA affiliated road races;
  3. Where you are competing for an age-category prize, you must wear the appropriate age-tag on the front and back of your vest;
  4. You must wear your official club tee or tracksuit to all prize-giving events, if you are receiving a prize;
  5. You must treat all runners (both members and non-members of the club), race officials, marshals, event volunteers, referees and team managers with courtesy and respect;
  6. You must abide by the instructions given to you by race officials, marshals, event volunteers and referees;
  7. You must always throw your rubbish (used water sachets, used gel packets, empty bottles, empty wrappers etc) into a dustbin, alternatively within plain sight of a water table.  Do not throw your rubbish in a drain, bush, tree or any other place where it will be lost or difficult to retrieve;
  8. You may not wear headphones or earphones at any ASA affiliated road race;
  9. You may not wear headphones or earphones at any club run;
  10. You must ensure that the club office has your correct contact details at all times;
  11. You may not bring the name and reputation of the club, its sponsors, directors, managers or affiliates into disrepute by conducting yourself in a vulgar, unsportsmanlike, disrespectful or dishonest manner.
  12. If you have been disqualified from an ASA affiliated road race, alternatively, if you are notified by a referee that you will be the subject of disciplinary proceedings, you must immediately notify your club chairman or ladies/mens captain;
  13. If you believe that you have been the victim of unfair discrimination, alternatively, if you feel that a referee or race official has treated you in an unfair manner, you must immediately notify your club chairman or ladies/mens captain.

Please note that any member’s failure to abide by these rules may result in the club taking disciplinary action.