Corsa per Haiti – Rules

  • Posted on Ottobre 30, 2017

28th Corsa per Haiti nelle valli del Torre e Natisone
Sunday, May 16, 2021, Cividale del Friuli (UD)

PARTICIPATION: Participation is open to any rider with a valid 2021 license issued by the ACSI, FCI or a sports promotion association adhering to the CONI agreement, in possession of a medical certification of fitness for participation in competitive sports, and to any foreign rider with a valid 2021 UCI license issued by his or her own national cycling federation, subject to presentation of an ethical certification in English.
Prior to the race, foreign riders without a UCI license must submit a medical certification attesting to their fitness for participation in a competitive cycling event. This certification must not have been issued more than one year before the date of registration for the event.
The event is also open to those without a license; these riders will be issued a one-day ACSI license for a fee of €10. See the “One Day License” section.
Participation in the event is by invitation, and the organizing committee may at any time and at its sole discretion decide whether to accept or reject a rider’s participation or to exclude a rider if the committee believes that the rider’s presence would damage the image of the event.

ORGANIZATION: A.s.d. Chiarcosso – Help Haiti.

START: 8:30 a.m., from Ponte del Diavolo, Cividale del Friuli.



Junior from 19 to 29 years
Senior 1 from 30 to 34 years
Senior 2 from 35 to  39 years
Veterani 1 from 40 o 44 years
Veterani 2 fromi 45 to 49 years
Gentleman 1 from 50 to 54 years
Gentleman 2 from 55 to 59 years
Supergentleman A from 60 to 64 years
Supergentleman B fromi 65 to 75 years (only Medio Fondo Route)

Donne A from 19 to 39 years
Donne B from 40 to 75 years

LICENSE CHECK: Every participant must come to the RACE NUMBER PICKUP area for the license check and race number pickup at the Corsa per Haiti booth in Cividale del Friuli (UD), in Via Gaetano Perusini, at the following times: Saturday, may 15, from ore 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday, may 16, from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

Individual participants must present their license, ID and proof of registration fee payment. For teams, the team representative must present the list of participants along with photocopies of their licenses and proof of payment

RACE NUMBERS: The race number must be worn on the back of the jersey to enable rider identification. The number on the front of the bike must be attached to the handlebar in such a way as to be visible, at risk of exclusion from the classification.

STARTING GRID: (temporary)

VIP Grid:
·        guests;
·        first 3 absolute  Corsa per Haiti 2019;
Yellow Grid:
·        the first in category of Adria Tour 2019;
·        the first in category of Campionato ACSI ;
Red Grid:
·        those entitled about Acsi Italian Championship of 2021;
·        registered for Alpe Adria Tour and Unesco Cycling Tour 2021;
·        Maglia Nera Grand Prix;
·        registered for Combinata Per Haiti;
·        Paralympic athletes;
Blu Grid: registered for Corsa per Haiti;
Green Grid: ciclosportivi;
Light Blu Grid: cicloturisti.


TIMING SERVICE: the timing service will be provided by SDAM. Every riders may use their personal Sdam chip, ACTIVATED for the current season, or a one-day chip valid only for this event. For more info consulting
Riders who do not yet have a personal SDAM chip can purchase one directly at the Punto Chip in the race packet pickup area by paying a deposit of €10, with €5 refunded upon return of the chip.  The chip return area will be set up near the finish and will be available from 15 minutes after the rider finishes the course.

MAXIMUM RACE TIME: The latest GRAN FONDO finish time is 4:30 p.m.; the latest MEDIO FONDO finish time is 3:00 p.m. (riders arriving after these times will not be included in the classification); participants can consult the timetables indicating average speeds for both routes.

CUTOFF POINT: Anyone who reaches Cividale del Friuli (intemredium point) after 12.30 a.m. will be required ti ride teh Medio Fondo route.

2 – Mediofondo km. 108 ca and Granfondo km. 154 ca.

Every partecipant can choose the route while he is running.
PERCORSO MEDIO: Km. 108  altitude 1.480 mt. ca.
Cividale del Friuli, Oleis, Rosazzo, Dolegnano, Dolegna del Collio, Prepotto, Podresca, Trivio, Tribil Inferiore, Tribil Superiore, Crai, Passo Solarie, Clodig, Scrutto, San Pietro al N., Pulfero, Tarcetta, Ponte San Quirino, Cividale del Friuli.

PERCORSO GRANFONDO: Km. 154 altitude 2.410 mt.
Cividale del Friuli, Oleis, Rosazzo, Dolegnano, Dolegna del Collio, Prepotto, Podresca, Trivio, Tribil Inferiore, Tribil Superiore, Crai, Passo Solarie, Clodig, Scrutto, San Pietro al N., Pulfero, Bardo, Passo Glevizza, Montemaggiore, Matajur, Cepletischis, Canalaz, Passo San Martino, Scrutto, San Pietro al N., Pulfero, Tarcetta, Ponte San Quirino, Cividale del Friuli.


RACE CARAVAN: Police and race organization vehicles will precede and escort the participants on both race routes. Only vehicles of the organization with the appropriate marking (such as lead vehicles, jury, race director and broom wagon) are authorized to be on the course.

ASSISTANCE DURING THE RACE: During the event, a suitable number of mechanical and medical assistance vehicles, both fixed and mobile, will be present along the routes. Assistance from private follow vehicles is not allowed, at risk of disqualification of the riders assisted

RULES OF THE ROAD: The roads are open to traffic during the event, and thus it is absolutely obligatory to follow the rules of the road. Charges will be pressed against any unregistered riders who join the event and cause damage or accidents.

INDIVIDUAL CHECKPOINTS: Checkpoints will be located at the start, at the finish, and at various points along both courses. The race jury and authorized staff will manage the checkpoints. Anyone who starts early or misses the check at the start will be excluded from the classification.

FEED ZONES: Along the routes, feed zones (complete and/or hydration only) will be provided for riders wearing race numbers. 
Percorso Granfondo: 5 feed zones: 2 Completes e 2 Only Hydration + Final Feed
Percorso Mediofondo: 3 feed zones: 1 Complete e 1 Only Hydration + Final Feed

CLASSIFICATIONS: Finishers will be classified overall, by category, and by team based on number of participants. Any request to correct the results must be made before may 19, at the mail adddress

PRIZES: 2.00 p.m.

the first 5 in the categories of the Gran Fondo route;
the first 5 in the categories of the Medio Fondo route;
the first 3 finishers of the Gran Fondo route
the first 3 finishers of the Medio Fondo route
the first 3 women finishers of the Gran Fondo route
the first 3 women finishers of the Medio Fondo route
the first 10 teams, based on the number of members who start
the first 3 teams, with better team results

TRASH: Anyone seen throwing trash on the road will be reported to the race jury and excluded from the final classification. All participants are asked to maintain respectful behavior in the start area and throughout the event.

CLAIMS: Any claims must be presented to the jury within the required time limit and accompanied by the fee specified in the FCI rules.

TERMS OF PARTICIPATION:  I confirm that I have read the rules of the event and will respect them; that I will be at least 18 years of age by the day of the event; and that I have registered voluntarily, declaring that I am physically healthy and adequately fit, and in the possession of a valid medical certification. I authorize the organizing committee to use photographs, tapes, videos and any materials related to my participation for any legitimate use, without compensation. The organizing committee reserves the right to reject any undesirable entries.

I authorize the Corsa per Haiti e Asd Chiarcosso – Help Haitil, both headquartered at Piazza della Chiesa 4, 33037 Pasian di Prato (UD), Italy, to process my personal information in accordance with Legislative Decree 196/03, for the purposes of administration and accounting, including when disclosed to third parties, and communications related to the specific activity. 

This regulation will be subject to variations.