Article 1 – Organization

The 36th edition of the International Marathon Mobil of New Caledonia is organized on Sunday August 26, 2018 by COMINC association Law 1901, affiliated to the French Athletics Federation in partnership with the city of Nouméa.


Article 2 – Route

The trace of the event is measured according to the standards in force and is consistent with federal and international racing regulation on Road (FFA and IAAF). The competitor undertakes on the honor not to anticipate the departure and travel the full distance before crossing the finish line.


Article 3 – Timetables

Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 11AM: Briefing, presentation of invited runners and the best New Caledonians, pasta party for marathon runners with filing of individual supplies at the Hippodrome Henry-Milliard.


Sunday, August 26, 2018 : all departures will be given in at the entrance of the Hippodrome Henry-Milliard, in Blériot Street :

-      6.50AM : departure of disabled race (wheel chair) for marathon and half-marathon,

-      7AM : departure of marathon (Support of Championships of NC) and half marathon

-      7.15AM : departure of 10 km

-      8.15AM: departure of 5 km Mini Raid Ouen Toro

-      10.30AM : departure of child race, «Agnès BERNARD» Anima' Challenge


All arrivals will be judged in Nouméa, Hippodrome Henry-Milliard against the stands


Article 4 – Registration

Online: on the website: or on the FACEBOOK 713101215404697, until Wednesday August 22, 2018, 11PM.

On-site: from Monday 20th to Friday 24th August 2018 from 9AM to 6PM at the Hippodrome Henry-Milliard.


Tests are open to licensed and non-licensed riders, according to the age limits and the following distances:

-      Marathon: born in 1998 and before,

-      Half-marathon: born in 2000 and before,

-      10 km: born in 2000 and before,

-      5 km Mini Raid Ouen Toro: born in 2003 and before,

-      Challenge «Agnès BERNARD»: by category born from 2005 to 2010.


However, participation in these events (except the Challenge «Agnès BERNARD» and the 5 km Mini Raid Ouen Toro) is subject to the prior provision or presentation on-site during the withdrawal of numbers of a medical certificate or a copy of your sports valid license.


Also, in accordance with the regulations in force, will be accepted the participants presenting, according to the case:

- An “Athlé Competition” license, an “Athlé Health Leisure” license option running or a Pass'Running issued by the French Athletics Federation;

- A license issued by FFTRI, FFC Orientation, FFPModerne;

- A medical certificate of no contraindication for the practice of athletics competition dating from less than a year to the date of the event or its photocopy. This document will be kept in original or copy by the Organizer as proof in case of accident. No other document can be accepted to attest the presentation of a medical certificate.

Act No. 99-223, on the protection of the health of athletes and the fight against doping, was passed in the National Assembly on March 23th, 1999.

These provisions oblige all French riders or foreigners to provide evidence of their ability in the practice of running in competition, fitness justified by a medical certificate issued by a doctor, following a medical examination.


Article 5 – Classification

The organization provides a "preferential” SAS's departure for runners asking and able to demonstrate a chronometric performance in 2016 or 2017 on the run distance. Marathon: Man < 3 h 00' & wife < 3: 30 pm, half marathon: Man < 1 h 15' & wife < 1 h 30'.


Article 6 – Classification

"Scratch" overall and age categories will give rise to a separate classification in accordance with the rules of the French Athletics Federation. It is recalled that checks will be carried out during the test to ensure the good condition of regularity of the race.


Article 7 – Commitment

Any commitment is personal, firm and final, and cannot be subject to refund for any reason whatsoever. No transfer registration is allowed for any reason whatsoever. Any person passing his number to a third person, shall be recognized responsible if accident occurred or caused by this person during the event. The Organization declines all responsibility for accident facing this type of situation. The number must be fully legible and pinned on the side front of the runner during the race.


Article 8 – Withdrawal of numbers:

The withdrawal of numbers will be carried out in “numbers space” at the Hippodrome Henry-Milliard in Nouméa, from Monday 20th to Friday 24th August from 9AM to 6PM and on Saturday, August 25th from 10AM to 5PM. The delivery of the number will only be on presentation of medical proof or license in case they have not been previously sent. No race number will be sent by mail.


Article 9 - Federal regulations

The French Athletics Federation through NLAC is and commissioned a jury of judges arbitrators including the power of decision is without appeal. They are assisted in their missions of officials and race stewards.


Article 10 – Supplies and shower

Refueling points are installed every 5 kilometers from KM 5 as well as upon arrival. Several shower stations will be installed on the circuit. The filing of individual supply of marathon runners will be done at the pasta party on Saturday, August 25th, 11AM.


Article 11 – Security

The Organization and the city of Nouméa will ensure implementation of all possible means to guarantee safety runners and the audience in the context of the test. Health coverage of the event will be provided by an association of emergency approved by OHCHR.

Rescue workers recruited by the present organization on these aid stations may decide to the exclusion of a competitor for health reasons. His number will be removed, meaning without appeal its exclusion.

Any rider off the race deciding to continue the test, do so under its sole responsibility and the Organization cannot be held responsible for accidents.


Article 12 - Race time

No limit of time on our tests.


Article 13 - Timing

The timing will be made by a timekeeper approved by the FFA.


Article 14 – Insurance

Civil liability: in accordance with the legislation in force, the organizers agreed liability insurance, guaranteeing the acts of the members of the Organization as well as those of competitors.

Personal accident: the Organization recommends to all participants who have no personal insurance covering their personal injuries, including the unlicensed a Sports Federation, to take a personal insurance in the context of their participation in the event.


Article 15 - Right to the image

When tacking its commitment to the race, each competitor expressly authorizes the COMINC (or their successors) to use or make use or reproduce, or to reproduce his name, his image, his voice and his personal sporting performance in the context of the event for any direct use or form derived from the test and, on any medium, worldwide by all means known or unknown to this day, and for the duration of protection currently afforded to these direct operations or derived by legislative or regulatory provisions, decisions judicial and/or arbitral of all countries as well as international conventions existing or future, including for possible extensions that could be made at this time.


Article 16 - Traffic on the route

Bicycles, skateboards or motorized vehicles are strictly prohibited on the course, apart from the Organization.


Article 17 – Abandonment

Any competitor wishing to leave must present themselves at a fueling station or an emergency station and get back his number.


Article 18 – Honors - Awards

-      Immediate podium for the first 3 M and F of the Marathon and half marathon and 10 km.

-      Commemorative Medal and T-shirt for each competitor on arrival,

-      Individual finish picture offered during the Cocktail at 6PM.

-      Ceremony awards for each category followed by Cocktail on Sunday, August 27th, 6PM at the Hippodrome Henri Milliard.

-      Awards at 10AM on the spot for the  Mini Raid Ouen Toro

Many prizes will be won by drawing lots.


Article 19 – Disabled

The race of the Marathon and the half marathon is open to disabled riders. A 'disabled' departure will be given advance from 6.50AM, only for wheelchair racers dismissed the French Federation Handisport.


Article 20 – CNIL

In accordance with the law and freedom of January 6th, 1978, you have a right to access and rectify your personal data. Through us, you may need to receive proposals from other companies or associations.


Article 21 – Damages

The organizer disclaims all liability in case of theft or of damage which could arise during the sportive event.


Article 22 – Care

Every runner authorizes the organization to make him give all the medical care and the hospitalization in the event of an accident or immediately.


Article 23 – Accident

If there is non-compliance with those recommendations of the organizer, this one disclaims all liability in the event of an accident.


Article 24 – Approval

Every participant recognizes he acquainted with the present regulation and to accept all the clauses, at the risk of disqualification.