OUTRUN CANCER Terms and Conditions contain legal information and notices. Questions? Email us.
Last updated on January 2022
OUTRUN CANCER means OUTRUNCANCER EVENTS PTY LTD ABN 77 164 952 194.
OUTRUN CANCER Director means Luca Turrini or as otherwise advised.
OUTRUN CANCER Assistants means all persons engaged (whether voluntarily or otherwise) or employed by Mr Luca Turrini or OUTRUN CANCER.
PARTNER CHARITY means all the charities and not for profits for which OUTRUN CANCER fundraise.
OUTRUN CANCER CHALLENGES or simply CHALLENGES mean the challenges and events organised by OUTRUN CANCER and advertised on OUTRUN CANCER website as generally described in these Terms and Conditions.
PARTICIPANT means any person taking part to any of the challenges.
SPONSORS means people donating to our partner charity as part of peer-to-peer fundraising by participants or OUTRUN CANCER campaign.
HOSTS means the gyms, clubs and companies hosting any of the OUTRUN CANCER CHALLENGES.
Information on how to register and enter any of the challenges form part of these Terms and Conditions.
Registration to any challenge by a Participant is deemed to be an acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Should a Participant not comply with any of these Terms and Conditions, they may be prohibited from participating in the current or any future challenge.
Participants must be over 18 years or have the consent of a parent or guardian in order to participate in any challenge.
To enter a Challenge each Participant must:
Register to a solo event, or a team event by creating a new team or joining an existing one.
Pay a registration fee as per event detail, payable upon acceptance of Entry.
Registration fees, Fundraising Amounts are non-refundable and non-transferrable under any circumstances (including, without limitation: if at any point after a Participant has entered the challenge, the Participant is unable to participate for any reason or the event is cancelled). While to date, this clause has been always waived where possible based on circumstances, this is done at complete discretion of OUTRUN CANCER.
Each Participant agrees that the amount fundraised will be distributed by OUTRUN CANCER as follows:
Up to a maximum of 5% will be used to cover fundraising costs (percentage varies depending on challenge and is assessed with the Partner Charity after the challenge has taken place. Please Email us for details)
Up to a maximum 20% could be used to cover organisation costs (percentage varies depending on challenge and is assessed with the Partner Charity after the challenge has taken place. Please Email us for details)
The remainder to be donated to the Partner Charities. The percentage of the Fundraising Amount which is donated to the Partner Charities varies by challenge and Partner Charity and is assessed with the Partner Charity after the challenge has taken place. Please Email us for details.
Payment of registration fees and fundraising amounts are made according to and are subject to our Payment Terms.
Participation to OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES
The OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES are designed to be fun, non competitive event to raise funds for cancer prevention. In line with this goal, we ask participants to comply with all the rules outlined in the challenge details.
Acknowledgement, Release and Indemnity
Each Participant acknowledges and agrees that participation in any challenge may involve a real risk of serious injury or even death from various causes including over exertion, dehydration, and accidents with other participants or simply by tripping while running.
Each Participant acknowledges that (to the extent permitted by law) he or she participates in the OUTRUN CANCER CHALLENGE at his or her own risk and in consideration of, and as a condition of acceptance of, his or her entry into the CHALLENGE each entrant agrees to release and indemnify (to the extent permitted by law) OUTRUN CANCER, the OUTRUN CANCER Director, the OUTRUN CANCER Assistants, the Hosts, the Sponsors, the Partner Charities and each of their agents, affiliates, employees, members and volunteers (“those indemnified”) from any and all liability relating to an entrant’s:
– death; or
– physical or mental injury (including the aggravation, acceleration or reoccurrence of an injury),
unless that death or injury was caused by the reckless conduct or reckless disregard of those indemnified.
Each Participant should seek medical advice to ensure they are fit to compete and that this advice is obtained regularly and with the specific demands of the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGE in mind.
Each Participant recognises the difficulties of the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES and attests that they are physically fit to compete safely in the CHALLENGE and that they have not been advised otherwise by a qualified medical practitioner.
If a Participant becomes aware of any medical condition or impairment that will be detrimental to their health if they participate in any of the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES or are otherwise sick or injured prior to the CHALLENGE, they must withdraw from the CHALLENGE.
Each Participant consents to receive medical treatment that may be deemed advisable in the event of injury, accident and/or illness during the CHALLENGE when hosted in a club, gym or company.
Each Participant acknowledges that they are responsible for their personal possessions and athletic equipment during the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES and related activities.
Participants must ensure that their ability to participate in any OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES is not impaired by alcohol or drugs. Participants must not behave in a manner that is offensive or aggressive, that may diminish the reputation of the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES (or OUTRUN CANCER, the OUTRUN CANCER Director, the OUTRUN CANCER Assistants), is contrary to law or is otherwise inappropriate. If the OUTRUN CANCER or the OUTRUN CANCER Director or the OUTRUN CANCER Assistants considers a Participant breaches this clause, they may disqualify the Participant and direct the Participant to cease participation in the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES immediately and the Participant must comply.
Each Participant consents to the publication and/or use in any form of media whatsoever of their name, personal information, image and statements in any context pertaining to the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES or otherwise during or after the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES whether for advertising, promotions or otherwise for no fee or remuneration unless otherwise advised by the Participant in writing.
Each Participant must sign the separate Release and Indemnity by Participant (which reflects the acknowledgments, releases and indemnities set out in above paragraphs) before the start of the OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES.
OUTRUN CANCER reserves the right to modify these Terms and Conditions in their absolute discretion. OUTRUN CANCER will post any amended Terms and Conditions on its website and will endeavour to notify Participants of any modified Terms and Conditions as soon as is practicable. Participants shall be deemed to have accepted any modified Terms and Conditions by participating in any OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES.
If any act or omission, event or circumstance occurs which is beyond the reasonable control of OUTRUN CANCER and which prevents OUTRUN CANCER from complying with these Terms and Conditions, OUTRUN CANCER will not be liable for any failure to perform or delay in performing their obligations and OUTRUN CANCER reserves the right (subject to any applicable law) to at any time cancel, terminate, modify or suspend any OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES.
The contract between each Participant and OUTRUN CANCER (including these Terms and Conditions), Release and Indemnity by Participant, are each governed by the law in force in Queensland, Australia.
Last updated on JANUARY 2021
We are OUTRUN CANCER Events PTY LTD.
the OUTRUN CANCER Website at www.outruncancer.com (the OUTRUN CANCER Website); and
the OUTRUN CANCER CHALLENGES.
how we may collect your personal information;
how we will handle the personal information which we collect; and
how and why we may use and disclose this information from time to time.
You should review this page regularly.
You should direct any questions or complaints to our Privacy Officer at email@example.com. We will endeavour to respond to any complaint within a reasonable time (usually 30 days). If you are not satisfied with our response, you may take your complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Personal information which may be collected by us
We may collect the following personal information:
Information relating to Your Account: In accordance with Our Agreement we require all Participants to register to our events. To register you must provide us with certain personal information and we will collect and hold this information. We require this to be able to identify you and for security purposes. If you choose not to provide the personal information we request, we will not be able to let you register.
Your Content: You may post on or make available to the OUTRUN CANCER Website your content and information, including information about you and the actions you take, any photos, video, or text or other forms of content (Your Content). Your Content will be publicly available. You grant us a licence to Your Content under Our Agreement.
Being a part of OUTRUN CANCER: If you are a Participant or Donor, we may collect and hold information in relation to your participation with OUTRUN CANCER This may include information such as who you sponsor or who sponsors you, donations made by you or related to you (if you are a Participant) and purchase orders placed by you. If you choose to use our opt-in services, we will ask you for the information needed to send the communication or have it sent to you and we may keep information about our communications with you.
Using the OUTRUN CANCER Website: We collect and hold details of your access to and use of the OUTRUN CANCER Website. This includes your browser type and IP address. In addition, we store certain information from your browser using “cookies.” A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s computer tied to information about the user. You can remove or block this cookie using the settings in your browser if you want to disable this convenience feature.
Information we will not collect
We do not collect any credit card or debit card information from you.
Access to and use of your personal information
Your personal information may be used by us to:
verify your identity;
if you are a Participant, enable you to register to the event;
if you are a Participant, have a profile page on the OUTRUN CANCER Website;
enable you to be a Participant or Donor;
enable you to otherwise access and use the OUTRUN CANCER Website, including uploading and sharing Your Content;
facilitate the sharing of Your Content;
administer and manage OCTM and the OUTRUN CANCER Website;
communicate with our Payment System;
maintain, undertake research into and develop OUTRUNCANCER CHALLENGES and the OUTRUN CANCER Website; and communicate with you, or permit other people to communicate with you, in accordance with Our Agreement; and
provide you with information about future OUTRUN CANCER events and initiatives which may be of interest to you.
Other people’s information
If you provide to OUTRUN CANCER or post on or make available to the OUTRUN CANCER Website any personal information of another person, you must:
have that person’s prior written consent to do so;
ensure their consent allows us to use and disclose their personal information in the same way that we may use and disclose your personal information.
Disclosure of your personal information
In order to be able to manage OUTRUN CANCER and operate the OUTRUN CANCER Website, we may disclose your personal information to third parties for the following purposes:
if you are a Participant, to open and use your Account;
so you can access and use the OUTRUN CANCER Website, including uploading and sharing Your Content;
so we can administer, manage and support OUTRUN CANCER and the OUTRUN CANCER Website for you (including your access to and use of the OUTRUN CANCER Website);
so we can ensure your donations and purchase orders are properly accounted for with the Payment System provider;
so we can fulfil your purchase orders;
so we can undertake research into and develop OUTRUN CANCER and the OUTRUN CANCER Website to make it better.
The types of organisations to which we disclose information for these purposes include:
organisations which carry out IT services for us related to OUTRUN CANCER and the OUTRUN CANCER Website including our server hosting, monitoring and backup of the servers for the OUTRUN CANCER Website, support and maintenance for the OUTRUN CANCER Website;
organisations which provide services to enable fulfilment of your purchase orders
our partner charities to which your donations have been made
Some of these third parties are located overseas.
If you consent to the disclosure of your personal information overseas, OUTRUN CANCER will not be responsible for ensuring overseas entities’ compliance with Australian privacy law (including the Australian Privacy Principles) in relation to that personal information
If you are a Participant we will display your name and image on your profile page of the OUTRUN CANCER Website. Your email address or other contact information will not be displayed in any form through the OUTRUN CANCER Website. If you are a Donor we will normally display your name on the profile page of the Participant to whom you have made a donation. When making a donation, you have the option of checking a box marked “Anonymous Donation”. If you check this box, your name will not be disclosed to the Participant nor will your name be displayed on the OUTRUN CANCER Website.
We may also disclose information to third parties you have indicated you want to share your information with for a particular purpose, including through opting in to a particular form of communication (by checking a box or by other means that allows OUTRUN CANCER to pass your information onto third parties). This may include beneficiaries, third parties that provide goods or services, or our sponsors or supporters who may wish to contact you from time to time. They may also include marketing, market participation and research companies.
Where consent has not been provided we may provide information which has been de-identified (so that it is no longer personal information and does not identify you) to:
organisations which carry out marketing, market and participation research for us for the purpose of carrying out such research and providing us with advice;
organisations which provide us with support, sponsorship or are beneficiaries.
We take reasonable steps to ensure that any third parties who we disclose your personal information to are bound by confidentiality and privacy obligations in relation to the protection of your personal information.
In addition, we may disclose your personal information to:
your authorised representatives or your legal advisers (when requested by you to do so);
as required or authorised by law, including to government and regulatory authorities and other organisations; and
our professional advisers, including our accountants, auditors and lawyers.
Changes to personal information
Management of personal information in your Account and Your Content is governed by you. You are responsible for changing these as required by you from time to time.
We require your assistance to ensure that the personal information we collect, use and disclose and which you use and disclose to us is accurate, complete and up-to-date. We ask that you:
let us know if there are any errors in your personal information which we have collected;
and keep us up-to-date with changes to your personal information which we have collected such as your name or e-mail address.
You have a right to seek access to the personal information we hold about you. In order to do this, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you have any queries about our privacy practices or would like to make a complaint, then please contact us using the details above. We will endeavor to respond to all requests and complaints within 30 days. If we do not resolve a complaint to your satisfaction, then we would be happy to provide you with details of the regulator to which you can direct your complaint.