What is Devils Circuit?
Who is it for?
What is included in the participation fee?
Each registration also entitles you to bring along one spectator.
When and where do I collect my Bib number and Goody bag?
What do I need to bring to the Bib distribution centre?
Can I send someone else to collect the Bib and Goody Bag on my behalf?
The reason for this is that we will, at the venue, take your picture and issue you an ID card that will give you an access to the track on the race day.
We only allow participants in the non -competitive category to have someone else collect their bibs on their behalf, for which they need to carry:
a. An authorisation letter (original)
b. Your signed waiver (original)
c. Copy of your ID proof with date of birth
d. Copy of ID proof with signature
What do I need to bring to the Bib Distribution to collect the Bib and Goody Bag for the Junior Devils Circuit and the Bloomers Devils Circuit?
b. Copy of the participant’s ID and a copy of the parent’s ID (whose signature is on the waiver form)
c. A copy of the participant’s passport or any other document establishing the relationship with the signatory.
Is parking available at the venue?
How do I register?
How do I create a team?
Where can I find my start time?
Once you’ve registered in your preferred wave, the confirmation e-mail will specify your wave and start time. Additionally, your start time will also be printed at the bottom right corner of your bib.
At what time should I reach the venue?
Can my registration be transferred or cancelled?
Are spectators allowed at the venue?
Are spectators allowed on the course?
Spectators are strictly not allowed on the course. They shall be restricted to the main expo. For spectators accompanying the DC Bloomers participants, however, an exception will be made and they may walk/run alongside the track.
What should I wear to the Devils Circuit?
We urge you to wear the t-shirt provided by us!
Please also note that we strongly recommend you to not wear any jewellery, accessories or carry any expensive items like watches etc. We will not be liable for any loss you may suffer during the event.
What should I bring to the event day?
You should bring the following:
a. Your running bib (without this you will not be allowed to run under any circumstances)
b. Your participant band (without this you will not be allowed inside the venue)
c. A change of clothes
d. A waterproof pouch you can run with, for your keys, money, spectacles etc.
e. Cash to purchase food and drinks as no credit/debit card facility will be available
What sort of obstacles will I face at a Devils Circuit?
Will drinking water be available?
Will I be able to wash off the mud?
How do I get my timing certificate?
How do I access my event day photographs?
our page to stay updated. Additionally, we tag all photographs to the bib numbers. These photographs are available on our website from a week after the event day.Please note that for us to tag your photographs, it is important that the bib number is visible. We urge you to ensure that this is clearly marked. In some cases, your bib number may become covered in mud or get lost while you’re running; in these cases, we urge you to right your bib number on your forehead or your arm with a black marker to ensure your photographs can be tagged to you.
I searched for my photographs but couldn’t find any, what do I do now?
If you can’t find your photograph, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your running time, your friends bib numbers if you were running in a group and a description of what you were wearing so that we may try and identify you in our pictures.
Please note, however, that although we will try our best, we do not guarantee that we will be able to find your picture if your bib number is not visible during your run.