Frequently Asked Questions
What is my Race Number?
Around 15 days before the event you will receive an e-mail stating your “race number” along with race-day instructions – Please print this e-mail and bring it with you, along with a Passport or ID, at the goody-bag collection. In the rare case that you don’t receive such an e-mail, please print your registration confirmation and bring it with you.
Where can I pick-up my goody bag (inc. Race Number)?
Collection of race numbers and the goody bag, can be made from the Organisers Desk at ‘El Plo’ Exhibition Hall nearby the Pafos Medieval Fort at the following dates/times:
Friday 2nd March: 10:00 – 18:00 hrs
Saturday 3rd March : 10:00 – 18:00 hrs
Sunday – Only in rare cases (please contact us beforehand)
Athletes should produce proof of entry and valid ID/Passport at registration to collect their race number.
When does the race start?
Race Number Usage
All participants must wear their official race number (bib) on the FRONT of his or her outer layer of clothing. The number must be fully visible at all times (not cut, folded, or obscured) or the runner risks disqualification. The timing chip that records your time is attached to your race number (the foam at the back).
Please fill out the important medical information on the back of your number. It is extremely important to ensure we have accurate medical information about every participant for medical emergencies.
In any case of exchanging a race number between runners, will lead to disqualification and ban from the race and reporting to the AIMS and IAAF for long-term ban from all the official races around the world.
How can I arrive at the Start?
Bag Storage - DHL Station
Our partners, DHL, the global market leader in the logistics industry, will make sure to safe-keep your bags while you run.
The Marathon runners, can take their bags to the start (at Aphrodite’s Rock) and they can pick them up when they finish (at Paphos Medieval Fort).
The Half-Marathon and 10km Runners will be able to hand in their bags to the DHL personnel at the Paphos Medieval Fort Square (Start line) and can pick them up when they finish.
*All runners from the 3 races will be provided with a label which they can use either on the goody bag provided by the Logicom Cyprus Marathon or on their own bags.
Disclaimer: Please do not include any valuable personal items in your bags.
What will the Fluid Stations offer?
The Marathon & Half-Marathon runners will enjoy fluid stations with AGROS Mineral Water in bottles (0.5L), HIGH5 Electrolytes (Citrus Flavor) and sponges. The fluid stations will be 3 kilometers apart and there will be just Water on one and Water, Electrolytes, Sponges on the next (continuing with the same pattern).
The 10km runners will pass from the same fluid station twice, at the 3rd and 7th kilometer, which will offer AGROS Mineral Water in bottles (0.5L).
The 5km runners will pass the only fluid station at the halfway mark (2.5 kilometer) and they can enjoy AGROS Mineral Water in bottles (0.5L).
What other Services will the Course have?
The Marathon runners will have the opportunity to pass by toilets and a medic three times (30.8 KM, 35.2 KM, 37.2 KM).
The Half-Marathon runners will have the opportunity to pass by toilets and a medic 2 times (10.2 KM, 15.8 KM).
The Marathon, Half-Marathon & 10km Runners will enjoy Music and Cheering zones throughout the course!
There will be Ambulances and Motorcyclists that will aid you throughout the course as well as Cyclists.
Are there any Pacers?
Yes, there are 2 pacers for the Half-Marathon and 2 pacers for the Marathon.
- Half-Marathon: 1:45 hours and 2:00 hours
- Marathon: 3:30 hours and 4:00 hours
Please note that Pacers are also humans and they will do their best to be as accurate as possible.
Walkers, Time Limits and Headphones
Walkers are allowed on the course (if they are registered) with the only requisite being of finishing within the time limits set for each event:
- Marathon: 6 hours
- Half-Marathon: 3 hours
- 10km Race: 2 hours
- 5km Fun Run: 1.5 hours
While the organisers of the Logicom Cyprus Marathon discourage the use of headphones, we do not impose a ban on wearing them.
Will friends/family members be allowed to cross the finish line with their athlete?
Friends and/or family members are not permitted to cross the finish line or enter the finish chute with participating athletes. This policy allows each competitor adequate time to celebrate their accomplishment without interfering with other finishers and ensure the safety of all participants, volunteers, and fans. Athletes who choose not to respect the policy will receive an automatic disqualification (DQ).
I am ill, injured or unable to attend. What do I do?
Entries to the Logicom Cyprus Marathon are NON-REFUNDABLE and are NOT TRANSFERABLE between individuals. Entries once purchased may not be resold, exchanged or given to another person. The Logicom Cyprus Marathon reserves the right to suspend any entry if there is evidence of a transfer.
We do offer deferrals (for the 2019 event) and downgrades/upgrades to other races, however, you must notify us until the 31st of January the latest. Any downgrades/upgrades after the 1st of February will include a 10euro cost (until 28th February). Deferrals are not allowed after the 1st February.
Who do I contact regarding official race photos?
Finishers of the Logicom Cyprus Marathon, Half Marathon, 10 km & 5 km Fun Run can click to claim their photos in the Web page http://www.fotokinisi.com/marathon2018 (the link is with search capabilities, you enter your race number and the system will find all of your photos).
If you cannot automatically find your photos you can search manually with this link: http://www.fotokinisi.com/marathon2018gallery You can order printed photos or digital files.