Safety, Supporting Programme and Refreshments
Please read the safety tips carefully!
- Gloves will help keep you safe from injury when getting through the course
- No mp3 players – to avoid risks for your own and other paprticipant safety. Keep in mind: you'll be getting wet!
- Do not keep anything on your body that could lead to an injury, such as jewelry or watches.
- Do not wear your best running gear: you might end up with a hole or two.
An extensive supporting program for the whole family will once again be part of the Cross Challenge on October 24, 2021.
In addition to hot music, the more than 1,000 hp career truck of the German Armed Forces will be there for the wild adults, youth and children.
Hot and cold drinks as well as tasty dishes will be offered to the spectators.
You can all look forward to a fun sunday program in the area Döberitzer Heide.
Be sure not to miss cheering on the little Bambini Challenger (4 to 10-year-old) at 08:45 am on their own 700m obstacle course. Afterwards, the legs can be loosened on the bouncy castle.
Spectators are not be allowed along the course (anywhere outside of the start/finish area). There will be a fun program to entertain you in the start/finish area.
For courses over 6K, there will refreshments offered along the course. There will be refreshments in the start/finish area for all events. The finish area will have more extensive food and drinks, including Erdinger Alkoholfrei.
In addition, there will be catering from 8 am to 5 pm at the event venue near the start and finish. We will be offering breakfast (open sandwiches on rolls) and later warm meals, as well. There will be enough of everything to keep both the athletes and spectators strong enough for the day's events.
Showers and toilets
There will be sufficient port-a-potties in the start/finish area.
Showers will be available.
There will be a limited number of changing tents for men and women.
Please note, these will not be attended and there are no lockers.
For 5,- Euro, you can store your valuables (keys, cell phones, wallets, luggage) in a secured and supervised area.
The Medical Team of SCC EVENTS and a first aid organisation will be providing medical support.
The medical team at hand is both authorised and required to remove any athletes from the event who appear to be suffering from injuries or overexhaustion.