Participation in the TREG ALGERIA TRAIL, an event in an unusual environment, requires, in addition to suitable training, good health at the time of your participation.
A medical certificate less than one year old must be completed by a doctor as well as an ECG (electrocardiogram) or an effort test according to the following rules
- an electrocardiogram at rest dated less than two years before the start of the race for all runners registered for the 45km race or who are under 40 years old
- an effort test dated less than three years before the start of the race for runners registered for the 90 or 180km race and who are over 40 years old
- a medical certificate dated less than one year and bearing the mention "desert running" before the start of the race for all runners registered in relays, whatever their age.
The medical certificate and the ECG (electrocardiogram) must be sent to Isabelle Paucot, last date November 15th 2023, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition, runners must bring the originals or a FULL copy of the documents (ECG / stress test) with them to the individual medical briefing.
It is important that you take the start of the TREG ALGERIA TRAIL in perfect physical condition as a latent ailment can become very serious in the extreme conditions of the event, and make it even more difficult to get help.
The competitor undertakes to imperatively inform the medical team of any health problem, even benign, that he has encountered.
A tourist visa will be necessary to go to Algeria. It will cost you 110€. Your passport must be valid for 6 months after the date of your return and have at least one completely blank page. If not, you will have to start a new passport renewal procedure.
Finally, take into account your travels to manage the completion of your visa, which will take at least 15 days. It should be done in the consulate where you live. A specific process for the event will probably be implemented at September 2023.
No vaccinations are required to travel to Algeria.