Legal Disclaimer - General Guidance on Matters 

As part of my coaching I won't be able to diagnose injuries or to prescribe medication, rehabilitation methods or treatments in order to recover from injuries. I will always refer to you a medical professional.

You acknowledge that the training activities for all running activities may include (but not limited to): falls, contact with other participants, the effects of the weather, including high heat and/or humidity, traffic and the conditions of the road and trails etc.

Participation in running carries inherent risks that cannot be completely eliminated regardless of the care taken to avoid injuries, and by working with me you certify that you are in good health, physically fit to enter into a training program, and knowingly assume all such risks.

Journey2Ultra assumes no liability for information contained herein, nor will be held responsible in any manner whatsoever for any injury up to and including death which may occur through reading and/or following information within this site, or participating in any Trail, Mountain or Ultra Marathons.

  • Journey2Ultra does not take responsibility for any injury, loss or damage that might arise as a result of participation in any training related, race or event activities

  • You acknowledge that participating in and volunteering for organised group runs, social events, and/or races are potentially hazardous activities and may cause injury and/or death

  • If you have any medical conditions that could affect you, it’s your responsibility to make Journey2Ultra aware of these

  • If you feel dizzy, faint or unwell it’s your responsibility to stop exercising and seek medical help if required

  • It’s your decision alone whether or not you are fit and able to run. If you are unsure consult your doctor

  • Appropriate clothing and footwear for running must be worn. You should dress appropriately for the weather and for the lighting conditions (Reflective vest, head torch)

  • We recommend that you run with your mobile phone

  • During darker evening runs we recommend that you use a head torch together with reflective clothing

  • Each runner must accept full and complete liability for their actions