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!.Download the Dam tot Damloop App – it contains useful information about the event.
2. Utilise the service at the start/finish and along the way. Look here for the care on offer and where you can find the Red Cross stations. You will be given food and drinks at the stations en route, but make sure you have enough food/drink with you for before and after the event.
3. If you take medication or have a chronic illness or condition, do not forget to mention this on the back of your bib number. If you don’t feel well while you’re running and need medical help, this will help the first aider enormously.
4. Advice on fluid consumption
during sports events.
5. Please observe the following rules of conduct:
Think of yourself, but also of others. The TCS Amsterdam Marathon involves thousands of runners at the same time. It is important that everyone crosses the finish healthily. If you see a runner who is no longer acting responsibly, speak to him or her, or warn a member of the organisation or the Red Cross. Run on the right, overtake on the left. As in traffic, this rule also applies to running in large groups. Keep to the right side of the road as much as possible so that faster runners can overtake on the left. Dispose of waste in the bin. Dispose of cups and fruit waste in the designated waste bin, for example at the care stations. Leave the toilet in a tidy state. Please leave the toilet as tidy as possible after use by not depositing anything outside of the toilet bowl. Follow instructions provided by the organisation. Follow instructions provided by the organisation at all times, without debate.