Rules Applying to Support Crews
The role of the crew is to offer comfort, equipment and food to their Athlete.
The assistance of a crew is permitted for the 125k only.
The role of the crew is to offer their athlete comfort, equipment and food. Space will be provided to support crews. ACCOMPANYING OR PROVIDING FOOD AND WATER TO ANOTHER PERSON ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THESE AREAS IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. Crews are expected to be autonomous and will not have access to either the food or the fluids at the aid station. Only runners wearing a visible, registered bib have access to aid station supplies.
Crew members are not allowed to run any of the race course with the athlete.
Since space is limited, only one car per athlete is allowed at this aid station. When they pick up their bibs, athletes will receive a sticker to give to their support crew. The sticker numbers will be noted as the cars arrive. Crew members must follow the access schedule to ease traffic on the road as it will also be used by athletes during the race.
Please note that the road leading to this refuelling station is bumpy and is not recommended for low floor vehicles.
The SEPAQ Haute-Gorges aid station is accessible by car (paved road). Carpooling is
encouraged to avoid traffic congestion. Plan on an hour’s drive from La
Marmotte to get to Hautes-Gorges and a further hour to get to Mont Grand-
This aid station is only accessible by foot. All vehicles will be sent back to Mont Grand-Fonds.
MAP of the Split aid station