Is the racecourse flat? Will I find many cobbled segments? ↓
The route is fairly flat and with not many turns (77) see racecourse and elevation chart. Cobblestones are located mostly at the start and at the finish (some cobbled stretches are spotted with asphalt sections, though). In the aggregate, there are ca. 7,6 kms (4,7 miles) of cobbled street. A full 2012 racecourse HD video is available at youtube.com/watch?v=3jf7wtX9_1A&feature=plcp.
What temperature should I expect in Rome in March? ↓
These are the averages of the last editions: at the start (9 am): 7°-8° C (44°-46° F) around 1 pm: 18°-19° C (64°-66° F) at 4 pm: 13°-14° C (55°-57° F)
What’s the minimum age to take part in the marathon? ↓
If you reside in Italy you must be 20 or older on the race day. If you do not reside in Italy you must be 18 or older on the race day.
I do not reside in Italy. What do I need to get registered? ↓
A specific health form, signed and stamped by a doctor of the country where you live. Download health form templates in English, German, French or Spanish. If you’re member of a running/athletics club affiliated to a National Governing Body, a copy of your membership card suffices, provided that it’s clearly written that your membership is valid until 31.03.2013 at least.
I reside in Italy, am no member of any running club - and I want to run the Rome Marathon. What shall I do? ↓
Visit a sports doctor and get yourself a medical certificate for competitive sport valid until March 31, 2013 at least - it must be specified that it’s for “athletics” (in Italian: “certificato medico sportivo agonistico per atletica leggera”). Then call +39 06/40.65.064 and join the Running Club Maratona di Roma. If you do not wish to join a running club, Italy’s Athletics Federation can issue for you daily ...
I am member of a FIDAL-affiliated club. What do I need to get registered? ↓
A copy of your 2013 membership card. Alternatively, a declaration (on club’s headed paper) in which the manager of your club certifies that you're member for 2013.
I am affiliated with an Italian EPS (sports promotion agency). What do I need to get registered? ↓
Copy of your membership card renewed for 2013 or a declaration of membership written and signed by the club’s manager.
I'm Italian but I reside abroad. What do I need to get registered? ↓
Health form, signed and stamped by a doctor of the country where you live. Download health form template in English, German, French or Spanish. If you’re member of a running/athletics club affiliated to a National Governing Body, a copy of your membership card suffices, provided that it’s clearly written that your membership is valid until 31.03.2013 at least.
I’ve registered, paid and submitted all the required documents. Why I haven’t been assigned a bib number yet? ↓
We need to carefully scrutinize all documents. Depending on the time of the year, this may take from two to five working days. Provided all documents are OK, you are adjusted in a starting area corresponding to your PB. Every 3-7 days, our system automatically assigns bib numbers. Keep check your personal area on maratonadiroma.it: when your registration process is successfully terminated, your confirmation letter becomes downloadable.
By what standard is my bib number assigned? ↓
It depends on your marathon PB in the last 2 years. Should you not have one, or have one older than 2 years, you will be assigned to the last starting corral.
I have not received my user ID and password to access my private area, what shall I do? ↓
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For urgent enquiries, call +39 06.40.65.064.
I have paid and sent all the required documents. How can I check that my registration has been successful? ↓
Enter your personal area. When a registration is complete and the bib is assigned, a confirmation letter becomes available for download.
By when do I have to submit the required documents? Can’t I provide them at the expo, when I come to pick my bib? ↓
Make sure to submit all the documents by March 4. If, for any reason, you fail to do so, you still have a chance to complete your registration at the “pending registrations desk” at the expo. But the queue at this desk may be long. We warmly advise you to submit all the papers within the deadline.
Which Credit Card do you accept? ↓
VISA and MASTERCARD only. Check here our other payment options.
I have paid by credit card, when will you confirm my payment? ↓
All payments need to be validated by our registration office. This process takes on average three working days.
Can I submit registration form/health certificate first and pay later? ↓
Yes. Just note that registration fee due is the one in force on the day the payment is carried out (deadlines here).
I registered - but didn’t pay yet. How can I pay now with credit card? ↓
Enter your personal area, logging in with your user-id and password.
By mistake I made the payment twice, what should I do? ↓
Generally, no more than one transaction is authorized. For peace of mind, however, we suggest you to send a screenshot of the payment to email@example.com, explaining what happened. In the eventuality of a payment actually gone through twice, we will proceed to refund. Please note the time necessary to get the money back depends only on your bank.
I purchased the medal engraving service. How will I get my medal engraved? ↓
Together with the bib, you will find a medal engraving voucher. Keep the voucher in the bag you’ll use on the race day. Once you’ll have collected your bag after the finish, go to the medal engraving tent and hand your medal and the voucher to the staff. Your medal will be engraved in a few minutes.
I have not purchased the medal engraving service – but now I want it. What shall I do? ↓
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