FAQ Valencia Marathon Waiting List
The Waiting List for the Valencia Marathon Trinidad Alfonso EDP is for those who still want to compete in the trial even though entries have closed. The Waiting List gives them another chance to get a race bib (Price €120). This is because places will become available if and when entered runners drop out before the trial, whether because of injury or for other reasons. The Valencia Marathon 2020 list open on the 3rd of March 2020.
Anyone who does not yet have an entry but still wants to run in the Valencia Marathon Trinidad Alfonso EDP 2020 can put their name on the Waiting List using the following link. Once you are on the Waiting List, you will receive an e-mail so that you can check where you stand in the queue.
Waiting list here
Note: Depending on your e-mail server, our confirmation may end up in your Spam folder so make sure that you check it.
You will need your DNI (Spanish National ID) or Passport number, date of birth, e-mail address, and your full name.
These data cannot be changed later. This is to avoid runners putting the details of various runners on the Waiting List.
No but when you make a request to put your name on the Waiting List, €5 will be provisionally charged to your credit card for 7 days.
Once this period has expired, the charge will automatically be cancelled. This means that you will end up paying nothing for your entry on the Waiting List. If you enter for the race before the 7 days are up, you will pay the full entry fee (€120) given that cancellation of the provisional charge occurs at the end of the 7-day period.
The person on the Waiting List must be the one running in the race if he/she gets a race bib. The details cannot be changed after putting one’s name down. This rule is to stop a runner using the details of various people to secure more than one place on the Waiting List.
Once you have been put on the Waiting List, you will get a confirmatory e-mail telling you where you stand on the list. Entries on the Waiting List strictly follow the order in which requests are received.
As race bibs become free as a result of entered runners dropping out, the system will assign their bibs to those on the Waiting List in strict chronological order. When your turn comes round, you will receive an e-mail. You will then have 48 hours from the time of the e-mail to make your entry.
Yes — when your turn comes round, we will send you an e-mail with instructions for entering the race. You have 48 hours from the time of the e-mail to do so.
The e-mail confirming that you have been put on the Waiting List contains a link that lets you check where you stand on the list at any given moment.
Once you have received an e-mail telling you that a race bib is available, you must confirm your entry within 48 hours otherwise the bib will be offered to the next person on the Waiting List.