Health policy 2017-01-17T15:18:34+00:00


The organisation decided to set up preventive and research actions concerning health policy during the 100 Miles of Istria. These voluntary actions have neither the vocation nor the competence to be substitutes for national and international regulations concerning  anti- doping, but aim to strengthen the medical supervision that the organisation wishes for. They are managed jointly by the ITRA (International Trail Running Association), the Ultra Trail World Tour (UTWT) and the association Athletes For Transparency (AFT). These voluntary actions are led by a Medical Commission consisting of doctors who can take advice from the experts of their choice and are, in particular, asked to give consultative advice to the race jury on the medical state of participants.

Each runner is free to:

  1. Declare the following information to the medical commission :
  • any medical history and/or pathology in particular those which may increase risk during the sport
  • the regular use of treatments and medicines during the 15 days prior to the start of the race
  • all requests for or use of medicines subject to a Therapeutic Usage Exemption (TUE).

The declaration of this information to the medical commission must be made through each runner’s ITRA health page which each runner can create free of charge on the ITRA website: (To open an account is free of charge and is necessary in order to access the health page).

The medical information declared on the pages is accessible only to the Medical Commission and the organisation’s own medical team.

  1. Accept to submit any urine, and/or blood, and/or capillary, and/or saliva samples and the associated analyses requested by the Organisation’s Medical Commission, on the understanding that the costs for the sampling and analyses are covered, directly, by the Organisation.
  2. To accept to answer any request that the Medical commission may make based on information that they have collected, in order to discuss their ability or not to participate in the race for which they are registered . As a result of the meeting, the Medical Counsel may suggest that the race Jury exclude the runner from the race.
  3. Accept the use of data concerning the results of research, while knowing that the data used will be strictly anonymous. According to the data protection act, the runner will have a right of access, rectification and opposition to the data concerning them. The Organisation’s Medical Commission will be the entity through whom the runner can exercise this right.
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