Pink Star Walk Event Rules
1 – You agree that prior to beginning training for the Pink Star Walk you have sought medical advice if you have a medical condition that may require attention.
2 – Only walking is permitted; you must not run on the course. Anyone seen doing so will be asked to leave the event.
3 – Roads will still be open to traffic; please remain on the designated route, keep to the footpaths and cross in the designated places where official marshals will be present.
4 – Walkers must always obey traffic laws and regulations. Please listen to marshals and officials if further instructions are given.
5 – Everyone who takes part must arrive at the stated start time to hear the safety briefing. Anyone who misses the safety briefing will not be allowed to walk.
6 – Walkers taking part in the Auckland or Christchurch Half Marathon distance must be over 16 years old. Anyone below the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian at all times.
7 – Be courteous to all fellow walkers.
8 – The use of your name and image in photographs and on video may be used in any publication or marketing.
9 – Any walker asked to leave the Pink Star Walk will not be entitled to a refund of their ticket.
10 – If the Pink Star Walk has to be cancelled or postponed for reasons beyond control of The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation you will not be entitled to a refund of your tickets or claim for any loss whatsoever.