The Organization reserves the right to include in the regulation the COVID-19 conditions necessary for the proper development of the 2023 Edition, taking into account the different scenarios that may occur on the dates established both in the different countries of origin and in our destination Nepal .


The EVEREST TRAIL RACE (from now, ETR) is a foot race, with several stages, taking place in the Himalayas of Nepal and specifically in the area of Solukhumbu, between 1,500 and 4,104 meters altitude, with free style, over a distance of approximately 170 km. and an elevation gain (+ and -) of approximately 26,000 m., with the requirement that each participant should carry his/her own mandatory technical equipment and personal material established by the Organization. The race is not food self-sufficiency. The organization provides all meals (feeding service in route, water, breakfast, lunch and dinner at campsites).


2.1 ETR is open to anyone, male or female, being over 18 meeting and accepting each and every point of this Regulations.

2.2 Who submits the mandatory medical certificate (accordingly to the model obtained from the website) and an at-rest electrocardiogram to the ETR medical staff on the day of technical controls in Kathmandu. Both original documents signed and dated within the 30 days prior to the race start but not earlier. Failure to provide such certifications will mean NOT to be allowed to participate in the race.The organization team of the EVEREST TRAIL RACE, recommends, althought not mandatory, to all participants a stress test made during the year edition to participate. 

2.3 To be prepared physically and psychologically to take part of this race with these characteristics, and be fully aware of its hardness, objective risks, dimension and specify described in terms of profile and distance in the web site As well as to be trained and with enough autonomy in the mountain, wich permits to face and handle with guarantees -even being alone within the race track- adverse climate conditions and physical or mentals problems, arising from the inherent effort of such kind of races.  


3.1 Individual 

Each participant enters the general classification, regardless of age or sex. However, concerning to the general standings, the Organization will establish aseparate ranking for men and for women, as follows: 

General Men  up to 45 years old 
Master 1 Men from +45 to 55 years old 
Master 2 Men from +55 
General Women  up to 45 years old 
Master 1 Women from +45 to 55 years old
Master 2 Women from +55 

All these categories will remain open, unless they don’t reach the minimum of 5 runners per category. 

3.2 Team participant 

A team is made up of at least two (2) runners, males or females or mixed. To remain in the race, two members at least of the team must complete the race.Each team member is classified both as a team and individually. If a team becomes less than two runners by abandonment or disqualification of one or more of its members, it will be disqualified as a team and the remaining runners will be classified only in the individual ranking.


Technical controls will take place on 10th November 2023. All participants - already dressed and with the race material ready- must present before technical controllers and medical staff at the fixed time informed same day by the Organization, to verify the following points:

4.1 Personal baggage

Runners will hand over their personal baggage to Organization. It will be stored in Kathmandu upon runners’return at the end of the race. Once handed over, runners must be in mind that no longer has access to their personal belongings until they return to Kathmandu.

The journey from Kathmandu to the starting camp of the first stage, which lasts approximately 8 or 9 hours, is mandatory to do it already with the race clothes. In the event that any of the participants wishes to do it with other clothing that is not the specific one that they will use in the race, the organization, naturally, will not oppose it, but in no case will they be responsible for those clothing when they arrive at the camp.

4.2 Control of mandatory equipment (1)

For an elementary security reason, it is an essential prerequisite to submit the totality of the mandatory material. Otherwise, failure in submitting requested material will suppose a penalty according to table of penalties below. In case the material not submitted was the backpack , shelter material or sleeping bag, for strict reasons of safety, it would imply “NOT” participation in the race if the fact happens before the start of the race, or disqualification if it is stated in a technical control during the race.

(1)On arrival, each runner must fill a document provided by ETR Organization where to list all the material that he/she will take to the race. Organization may inspect the runner’s backpack at any time checking the material list submitted by runner before the race start. Each participant is responsible for his/her material, which should not be lost or abandoned during the race. In the event of any listed material being missed, runner may be penalizedIf a participant wishes to leave any item not being mandatory equipment he/she may do so by informing previously the head of camp or a race controller. Failure to carry any of the items listed or mandatory material will involve a penalty or the disqualification. In no case the organization will take care of any abandoned element of runner’s personal equipment during the race..


4.3 Personal material control 

With a detailed list, with a form provided by the Organization.The maximum and minimal weight of the race material is 7 kg and 3,5 kg respectively (excluding food and water). Therefore, it is an indispensable condition for all runners that the weight of his/her backpack is between this weight range.

4.4 Medical certificate and at-rest electrocardiogram graph  (MANDATORY).

The medical certification must be made in the document provided by the organization on the race website. Failure in submitting these (Medical Certificate and at-rest ecg graf )  documents will mean “NOT” to participate in the race. All documents must be  to present to medical team on the technical and medical checks.

4.5 Delivery of numbers. 

ETR Organization will provide two race numbers, one for the runner’s front, which will be exclusively and specifically placed at the chest height, and another one forthe runner’s back to be attached to the backpack, both of them, clearly visible at all time. Numbers shouldn’t remain partial or totally covered nor wrinkled byany element of the equipment (the backpack sternum strap, strap-cinches, windstopper,etc.). In any case the race numbers may be located in a part ofthe body other than those specified above (neither in the legs nor in the waistline).

4.6 Delivery of control card. 

ETR Organization will supply each runner with a control card to be shown to race controllers or medical staff when requested.

4.7 Delivery of timing transponder.

Runners will be provided with a timing transponder to be placed near the shoes or in a shoe itself in case of having appropriate space. All runners should deliver at the end of the last stage. In the event of timing transponder being lost, it shall entail a charge of 100 € from the bail lodged. 

4.8 Delivery of Geolocalyzer SPOT.

A SPOT GEOLOCALYZER will be given to each runner. The function of it is to have geolocated as long as possible to all participants.

The geolocator must be activated just before the start and desactivated on arrival of each stage. Both procedures will be tested by a member of the organization.

The geolocators have a "HELP" button that, if necessary, must be pressed for 7 seconds, which sends an immediate signal to the organization. This button must ONLY be activated in case of extreme need motivated by a "manifestly serious cause or accident."

Once again we note that given the topography of the terrain and no roads for vehicles, and the limited existence of landing areas for helicopter, forced the organization to move on foot to the point marked by the geolocator.

It should be noted that the help button, "NO" can be used as an abandonment element. The abandonment, as we emphasize below, can only be done in Check Points (CP) or in campsite.

The activation of the help button will suppose the immediate disqualification of the runner and the application of the parameters established in section 22 of this regulation.

All participants must submit it at the end of the last stage. The loss of the same will suppose a charge of 150 € to the deposit deposited.

4.9 Delivery of a last stage bag 

On arrival in Kathmandu, runners will be provided with a plastic bag where to put essential clean clothes into (or what runner wishes) that will be returned atthe end of 6th race stage the day before coming back to Kathmandu.


Stage start will be always in group. From the second stage and depending on their times, two starts can be made with 1 hour difference between them. If there are two starts, the participants that leave in the first group (1 hour before) will be those designated by time by the organization. If any other runner, not designated by the organization, wants to start in the first group, he must request it from the race direction, although in no case may be a runner classified in the top 10 of each category. All participants must be checked by the start-line controllers and marked on the control card. Participants should be present in the starting area 15 minutes before the fixed stage starting time mentioned in the race Road Book. All runners should start at the scheduled time indicated by Organization, which could be modified because of logistics or safety reasons.


Organization is responsible for the supply of food and liquids before, during ( check points) and after the daily stage to each participant, as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner. Along the way, in some stages, it is possible to buy food and drinks. Organization is not opposed, though obviously it will be important to be pending for the time spent. In the menus there are no specific products for celiacs or other food intolerances. Participants who require specific foods must provide and transport themselves.

In stages 1th and 2nd  (Start, CP1, CP2 and arrival) and 3th stage (Start , CP1 & CP2), both for reasons of the essential hydration in altitude, as for the lack of possibilities of acquiring water on the route, it is mandatory for all runners the collection of all the water, both in campsite and the corresponding checkpoints controls indicated. Also is mandatory to collect all the gels and bars at campsite start of 1st, 2nd and 3th stage.


The Organization establishes a specific timetable, indicated in the Race "Road Book",  for the drinkable water collection that must be scrupulously respected by runners. It is compulsory that water collection after the daily stage is in the time immediately after crossing the finish line for logistic reasons. The water supplies and energetic complements are distributed as follows:

START 1 L. 2 3 1 L. 2 3 1 L. 2 3
CP1 1 L. X X 1 L. X X 1 L. X X
CP2 1 L. X X 1 L. X x 1 L. X x
CP3 - - - - - - 1 L. X X
ARRIVAL  2 L. X 1protein 2 L. X 1protein 1 L. X 1protein
START 1 L. 2 3 1 L. 2 3 1 L. 2 3
CP1 1 L. X X 1 L. X X 1 L. X X
CP2 1 L. X x 1 L. X x 1 L. X x
CP3 - - - 1 L. X X - - -
ARRIVAL  1 L. X 1protein 2 L. X 1protein 1 L. X X



Each stage has a maximum time to be accomplished, accordingly to the path characteristics. The cutting time will be indicated daily, during the briefing before starting, both for the first checkpoint and for the rest of checkpoints, as well as ending time of the daily stage.

Runner who has not passed the checkpoints or the end line before the limit time or has abandoned will be allowed to start the next daily stage and followingstages –with authorization of medical team and race director- but he/she won’t score for the general final ranking.

In the event of entering out of time limit or abandoning a stage will happen again, runner should end his/her participation.


The ETR takes place in a high mountain terrain, with an approximate length of 170 km. and with a total difference between positive and negative elevation over 26,000 m. The race track combines dirt path and steps sections with high mountain terrain.

The exact race course will be announced in katmandu during technical checks. At same time, runners will be provided with a road book where globally specified details of each stage. In addition, race director will give necessary daily information every morning before the race starts.

Runners are required to carry the road book during the stages. The failure to submit it when requested by one of the controllers will suppose a penalty.

ADEAVENTURA as organizer of EVEREST TRAIL RACE, reserves de right to modify the regulations, stages race tracks, stages mileage, developing and destination areas, etc. for reasons of force majeure (weather, safety or any other reason) that might threat en either runners and organization staff safety or successfully development of the race.







23,10 km

2.563 m


30,30 km

5.480 m


28,30 km

4.827 m


27,40 km

3.685 m


31,80 km

4.500 m


29,00 km

4.572 m



Participants in the ETR must necessarily follow the established and marked path for each stage. The route will be properly marked so that all participants areable to remain in the race track without difficulty.

The marking of the path is done and checked up to 3 times by the marking team. The method used to mark is red painting, with a "water-base" and biodegradable and occasionally vertical marks in areas that require it. The marking is more intensive in the complex areas and more spread in the areas where the track following doesn't create any doubts.

Checkpoints (CP) will be along the stage, varying from 2 to 3, depending on the stage distance to run. Participants must pass them and mark the control card under risk of penalty and/or disqualification. These checkpoints allow race controllers to record the runner’s passing time and to ensure the supply of solid and liquid aliments. Additionally in some stages checks was established a visual checks marked in the road book with a symbol of an eye. These controls are obligatory passage, marking not being necessary.

The participant can’t leave the marked path, because if accident or illness happen, would be very difficult to localize him/her.

When daily briefing, Organization will inform of checkpoints cutting time and limit arrival time to the stage end point.

The use of any mean of transportation (horses, yaks, etc.) shall entail the runner immediate disqualification.

Any rescue operation caused by a runner crucial mistake or negligence in the route to follow up shall entail the loss of the bail lodged.



 In the track of stages 2nd and 5th, there are safety tracks for exclusive use in the following cases: due to adverse weather conditions, resulting in a loss of security for runners and the Organization, or for participants who for any reason suffer a delay important in completing the stage and this could mean doing at night.

In the case that all the participants, by decision of the organization, were forced to use these sections, they would not have any type of affectation or penalty in terms of time.

In the case that the organization was forced to make a cut off, either due to improbable sudden weather reasons, or due delayed to completion of the stage, since the distance and accumulate gain would be different, the affected runners will be penalized with time, depending on the section, according to indications given on the day of the stage before taking the start.

Specifically, the Safety Track of the 5th stage will be used by all those runners who arrive at the cut-off point later than a time previously determined by race direction on the same day of the stage, before taking the start.

It should be noted that these sections may only be used according to the above criteria and will be duly opened by a controller present in the area, not being able to access them until the time established by the organization and in no case may they be used as an alternative path to the route principal.

In the case that a runner wants to complete the stage through the safety track, he must wait until the opening time of the section, adding the waiting time plus the corresponding penalty.


The timer controller team will record daily the time of each participant, that will be measured in hours, minutes and seconds.



12.1 Individual classification. 

Stage individual classification is calculated using the sum of the time made and penalties received (if any). General ranking is calculated by the sum of the time obtained in each stage.


12.2. Team classification

Teams will be classified using the sum of the times of each team member and penalties received (individuals and team). Average time determines the team time.

General ranking is calculated by the sum of the time obtained for the team in each stage.

The members of each team must be the same from the beginning to the end of the race, and the number of components cannot be modified during the race, with the logical exception of abandonment or disqualification.



Daily camps are built in preselected sites. Participant’s tents are two-people and numbered tent. By stating in registration form, runner can request with whom he wishes to share the tent. Otherwise, the Organization will follow the same sex and same nationality criteria in order to adjudicate the tents. Each runner will be assigned to a tent number by the Organization. Respecting assignation is mandatory but if runner wishes to change, he/she will have to inform camp head who will give him/her permission to change if possible and convenient.

Each and every one of the runners are obliged to spend the night in the tents of the camp. The non-overnight stay in the race facilities will mean the immediate disqualification of the runner.

The breakfast, lunch and dinner schedules are established by the Organization in sufficiently large time slots, the mentioned schedules will be found in the Road Book that will be distributed to each runner during the technical controls. The section corresponding to lunch is the longest, between two and four hours between the opening and closing of the dining room, due to the possible differences of time invested in completing the stage

Each camp site will consist of:

● Two-people tents with mattresses

● Toilet tents

● Dining tent

● Medical services tent

● Organization area

In no event runners may enter the Organization area, except have the appropriate accreditation. The Organization does “NOT” provide electrical energy to recharge the electronic devices carried by participants. Therefore, runners shall take this into account when choosing the electronic devices that plan to use duringthe race.

The Organization does NOT supply, during the course of the race any toilet paper or towels or soap, runners are strongly recommended to be self-sufficient in these aspects.



A medical team will have a permanent presence at the start and end points of the stage. Also, other members of the medical team will be at some checkpoints or on the path. In the event of being necessary, they will take action on the race track, despite the terrain difficulties, only connected by foot and helicopter in some areas, but not much. Medical staff will be authorized to take out from the race any participant unable to continue, accordingly to his appreciation, for strictly medical reasons.



Overall, climate in Nepal has two seasons, dry season from October to May and the rainy season from June to September. November is undoubtedly one of the best times to engage in any activity in the area.

In any case, given the global climate change, we must take into account the personal equipment for any unexpected weather.

Note that the race is performed at different heights depending on the stage, so we can calculate that the minimum temperatures in the highest points -especially at night and dawn, can reach -8 ºC or - 10 ºC or even lower, with a maximum of no more than +15 ºC or + 20 ºC.



ETR is a race with an important component of "adventure" and though it develops in a relatively populated environment, it is essential to bear in mind difficulties that a runner evacuations may involve, given the lay of the land, only connectable by foot and in some zones - not all- in helicopter. That’s why abandonment will have to follow a scrupulous protocol that it should make easier the after abandonment procedure, taking special care of the runner safety.

First of all and previously to the daily stage start, participant and medical staff will have to evaluate objectively the physical conditions of a runner sensible to give up, in order the abandonment occurs in the campsite and make easier his/her evacuation if necessary.

If the abandonment happen outside the campsite, under no circumstances, participant will give up the race without informing the Organization and without signing the abandon document provided by the Organization, under penalty of having to pay all the costs of search.

In the abandonment happen during the daily stage, runner must report in person to a commissioner or to a race controller at the checkpoint, return the race number and sign the abandonment document. Not allowed the abandonment outside the checkpoint (CP).



In case of serious medical conditions, there will be medical evacuation as soon as possible.You should always be noted that the ETR is developed in areas where, in general, it can only be accessed on foot and eventually by helicopter, if it is near a landing zone and weather, daylight hours, etc., if they are favorable or not, so that evacuation procedure is not in any case immediately, as usual in developed countries.

In the case of abandonment is not medically urgent and not requiring immediate evacuation, runner –if possible- will try to reach the stage end point togetherwith a medical staff member.

If the runner wishes to continue on the race, he/she will be allowed to take part in the next daily stage and soon, if medical staff doesn’t discourages him/her, but he/she won’t score for the general ranking. In case this situation repeats, runner should be forced to give up.

If the abandonment is definitive, medical team will evaluate the runner physical situation and depending on the area, he/she will be escorted or transported tothe race end point, after having signed the release and waiver document provided by Organization.

Transportation means will vary accordingly to runner’s physical situation, abandonment zone and available means.

If runner want to move to the end point race by helicopter or the area where the abandonment occur so requires that procedure will entail the loss of the bail lodged. When in the race final point, participant can either remain in the village till day of race ends ( at his/her charge) or fly to Kathmandu or home earlier than planned. In that case, costs also will be in his/her charge.



Runner must take into account the equipment to be chosen accordingly to the special thermal characteristics of the area as well as the consequences in termsof weight. The mandatory equipment and personal effects of each participant must represent a minimum total weight of 3,5 kg. and up to 7 kg. The mandatory material must be shown to controllers and / or camp heads in both administrative controls and during the race to their demand.



● Backpack

● Water containers, total minimum volume 1l.

● Sleeping bag- Confort temp. recommended -10ºC  (special attention to the temperatures in the area in November)

● Headlamp + replacement batteries, recommended minimum 150 lumens

● 10 Safety pins

● Compass

● Lighter

● Clock

● Metal knife

● Cutaneous antiseptical and basic first aid

● Whistle

● Survival blanket

● Cap

● Gloves

● Warm clothes ( jacket light down) and Rain wear ( Jacket with hood and pant) with  “Gore-tex” membrain  or similar  (special attention to the temperatures in the area in November)

● Warm base- layers, long tights and long sleeves (recommended to use at the end of each stage)

● Road Book

● Passport


Though Organization does not demand as mandatory material the canes, its utilization is advisable, given the characteristics of the area. The organization also recommends vaseline or anti-friction cream, sunglasses, sun lotion, ...



Participant who wish to leave some items of their personal equipment must notify the responsible Organization member. Naturally, none of these elements mustcorrespond to the mandatory material list. In the event of not being able to justify the absence of any of the elements indicated in the list of personal material, itwill imply a penalty.

Provided that ETR is a race of technical material self-sufficiency, no runner will be allowed to receive any type of external help concerning this paragraph(changes of footwear, T-shirts, etc...). Runners must have same material at the race start than at the race end. In order to guarantee this point to allparticipants, one will proceed, before and during the race, to weigh the runners backpack of a random way. Likewise, in any case no runner eventuallysituated and the end of the daily stage should be helped by Sherpa staff, concerning to backpack carriage, except express authorization of a controller or race manager in case of abandonment. In the event of Organization reaches to know this situation, runner will be immediately disqualified.



In some inhospitable sections or specially removed from populations, the accumulated residues will have to be deposited in the stage ending point. Bottles of water, gels, energetic bars, etc., will be marked by the corresponding runner’s number and they will have to be deposited at the end of stage in the containers enabled for this. In case of finding merry residues of a runner out of the containers, the corresponding penalties will be applied.



In case of loss or damage of the race number, runner will have to inform Organization in order to proceed to the corresponding refill. If the above mentioned situation is repeated, it will imply a penalty. The absence of number, the wrong emplacement, its falsification or modification they will also imply a penalty andeven the disqualification. Same applies to the control card, indispensable element in the checkpoints, provisioning points, etc. Runner should show it wheneverhe/she is requested by a controller. In case of loss or damage, runner will have to inform the Organization in order to proceed to the corresponding refill if necessary.

The correct position of the bib is “essential” in order to facilitate the identification as runner of the Everest Trail Race to the different military controls present during the course of the race and that give free pass through the area. It should be noted that any trekker that travels through the area, must stop repeatedly during the day and show the corresponding accreditation that allows him to transit the area. Therefore, in order not to be retained at these points, optimal visibility of the bib is essential.



One of the main issues and backbone of the ETR is the respect for the natural and human environment. Any behavior objectively harmful to human or natural environment and the lack of respect for the local customs will be severely punished even with the disqualification of the race.


22. BAIL 

Participant in the ETR will have to sign an authorization (document available in the race website) to charge his/her credit card an amount of 500€ or send same amount by means of bank transfer. Bail amount is retained to cover possible expenses derived by abandonment, operations of search, loss of thetimekeeping chip (100€), loss of geolocalizer (150€) or back to KTH by helicopter due to the cancellation or domestic flight from lukla to KTH, for reasons of force majeure outside the organization.

Whether at the end of the race none of these suppositions has occurred, no amount is going to be charged to runner’s credit card. Bail amount deposited bymeans of bank transfer, will be returned by same mean on 28th November.

In case the expenses for abandonment overcome the established bail amount, this shall be informed to participant in order to make the appropriate decisions together. 







Collecting water and energy supplements outside of timings and procedures established by rules ( P.7) 



No submitting medical certifícate + ECG at rest




No submitting sleeping bag, warm materials or Gore-Tex  Cover




No submitting other elements of mandatory material.


 X  X(1)

No race number 1st warning  

1 h


No race number 2nd warning

2 h


No race number 3rd  warning




Wholly or partially covered race number 

 1 h


Backpack excessive weight (or underweight) not justify accordingly to General Rules (P. 17)

2 h


Unjustified absence of personal material accordingly to initial list

2 h


Unauthorised race number location

1 h


Identity falsification by race number




Do not checking in stage start line

2 h


Delay in the stage start line

30 m


Passing the checkpoints out of time accordingly to General Rules (P. 10)




Arriving to the finish-line out of time




Abandonment without medical reason, accordingly to General Rules (P. 16)




Abandonment (in case of medical reason that requires immediate evacuation and therefore activation of rescue)




Do not staying overnight in camp tent




Do not staying overnight in the adjudicated tent without advising Organization

1 h


Throwing away wasted ítem during the race (water bottles, caps, wrappers, etc.)

5 h


Prolonged search operation caused by serious path tracking mistake or negligence




Use of any mean of transportation during the race (horses, etc.)




Unfair conduct that could attempt against other runners.




Behaviours that adversely affect the human or natural environment




Activation of HELP button




Use of SAFETY TRACK  before opening this section by a controller




No water collection at Stage 1 & 2(start,CP1,CP2 & arrival) & stage 3 (start, CP1 & CP2) 1st warning


No water collection at Stage 1 & 2(start,CP1,CP2 & arrival) & stage 3 (start, CP1 & CP2) 2nd warning




(1) the application of the loss of the bond is valued in each case depending on the circumstances of the moment ( runner location, runner status, etc .....)



Opportune claims can be done by writing in the document issued by Organization same day of the stage and presented same day on which incidence occurs tothe head camp at his tent.

Depending upon the incidence, the answer to the claim will be given between the following day and the race ending one.



GRANS ESPAIS Ski & Aventura S.L., (Holder of the ADEAVENTURA brand) reserves all rights to use the images recorded and photographed during theEVEREST TRAIL RACE. For this reason, the participant allows Organization to use his/her image, both individually and collectively, in everything the raceinvolves.

Any photographic and/or video material made during the race cannot be used by the participants and accompanying persons (except for private use) withoutexplicit written authorization of ADEAVENTURA.

Therefore any subsequent production either photographic, video or advertising use by participating brands or runner’s sponsors must have the writtenpermission of ADEAVENTURA. Any request for race images for advertising shall be conducted only through racer direction.





● 1st Men ranking classified – Trophy + prize of 1.000€ + discount of 500 € in ETR 2023

● 2nd Men ranking classified - Trophy + prize of 500 € + discount of 400 € in ETR 2023

● 3rd Men ranking classified - Trophy + prize of 250 € + discount of 300 € in ETR 2023


● 1st Women ranking classified - Trophy + prize of 1.000 € + discount of 500 € in ETR 2023

● 2nd Women ranking classified – Trophy + prize of 500 € + discount of 400 € in ETR 2023

● 3rd Women ranking classified - Trophy + prize of 250 € + discount of 300 € in ETR 2023


● 1st Men MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified – Trophy + discount of 400 € in the ETR 2023

● 2nd Men MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified – Trophy

● 3rd Men MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified – Trophy


● 1st Women MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified - Trophy + discount of 400 € in the ETR 2023

● 2nd Women MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified - Trophy

● 3rd Women MASTER 1 (+45) ranking classified - Trophy


● 1st Men MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy + discount of 400 € in the ETR 2023

● 2nd Men MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy

● 3rd Men MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy


● 1st Women MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy + discount of 400 € in the ETR 2023

● 2nd Women MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy

● 3rd Women MASTER 2 (+55) ranking classified – Trophy




● 1st Classified – Trophy 

● 2nd Classified – Trophy 

● 3rd Classified - Trophy 


Cash prizes will be delivered from 1st January, 2023