The following event rules and guidelines are intended to help preserve the Amman Marathon and make it enjoyable for all individuals, to ensure the safety of all participants, and to meet the requirements of local government permits, the Jordan Athletic Federation, and the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), which regulates performance records and oversees event liabilities.
Please note the emergency number 0796844477 for any runner who needs an emergency medical attention during the race.
The Run Jordan Races courses / running routes are held under the auspices of the IAAF, (international Association of Athletic Federations), Rules.
By entering the race runners have agreed to abide by these rules and the instruction and decisions of the race officials.
Runners who contravene official instructions, rules and / or act in un-sportsman-like behavior may be disqualified and subjected to additional disciplinary action as determined by the federation and / or race organization.
Run Jordan reserves the right to change the details of the event, including delaying, canceling, or suspending the race due to inclement weather or other potential safety risks.
Participants must retire at once from the race if ordered to do so by event officials, medical staff, or any governmental authority, including firefighters and police officers.
Sportsmanship: Any participant who conducts him- or herself in an unsportsmanlike manner or who is offensive in action or language to event officials, other participants, volunteers, or spectators may be disqualified.
Participants will be allowed to register for the race According to the following conditions:
The Amman Marathon is organized in accordance with the regulations of the Jordan Athletics Federation and the IAAF. Kindly note that the conditions of participation are upheld when participants sign the registration form.
The minimum age requirement is that the runner at the 10 KM race 14 years or older on the race day, and 17 years old for the 21 KM and 42 KM with parent’s approval. Any runner younger than these ages must participate at the children race, providing they are 6 years old and above.
All the participant must run with their Bib number that they are allocated at registration. Do not mix up the numbers with friends or family members. If a runner wears the incorrect bib number both the runner and the runner whose bib was being switched or replaced with will be disqualified.
All the runners are required to wear bib number timing device on the chest area.
The bib must be registered in our system.
For more info please contact run Jordan timing system on call 065662999
Runners must familiarize themselves with and abide by the advertising rules as per the IAAF rulebooks (IAAF Rules 143,144,145,146).
These provisions apply for the duration of the race including warming up all the race ceremonies and official press conference. Under no circumstances may a runner display a political slogan (IAAF Rules 8,145).
*The 42.195 KM (individual) route repeats this track four times and at the end of the laps “4th lap” they will enter the finish line (the Hashemite Square).
*The 21-km runners repeat this route twice and at the end of the lap the second time they enter the finish line (Hashemite Square).
10 KM Race: Starting time at 09:00 AM.
Children’s Race: Starting time at 09:00 AM.
No car is allowed on the running course, and cycling inside the running course is FORBIDDEN.
Any runner receive assistance from people who have traveled on the race route will be disqualified (IAAF Rules 144.2).
Any transportation of runners along the route will lead to disqualification (IAAF Rules 144.3(A)).
Any runner found to have been carried along the route and/or to have cut the course before the finish line will be disqualified (IAAF Rules 144.3(A)).
There will be officials and electronic monitoring of runners along the route, and any runner who fails to be recorded at check-points will be deemed to have failed to have run the entire route and may be disqualified and subject to additional disciplinary inaction, including rejection of entry for any or all future Run Jordan events.
In compliance with (IAAF Rules 144.3(B)) runners competing for prize money or awards must not be in possession of, or use cassette recorders, radio, CD, radio transmitters, mobile phone or similar devices during the race.
There are toilet facilities at the gathering point, every water point along the race course and at the finish line.
Runners must only use the refreshment from the tables specifically provided for the race they entered.
There are stations distributed along the race route. Water is also available at the finish line.
Runners are advised to bring their water bottles at the assembly point and starting point
Medical facilities will be available throughout the race route and ambulances.
In the event of the a runner collapse or injury, please notify the nearest marshal or if you have a phone please phone the emergency number 0796844477 in order to get medical assistance
The Children’s race
- Will have 11:00 AM cut off time.
- Runners must to leave the road at this time as the road will be re-opened to traffic.
- No runner will be allowed into the finish line area after 11:00 AM.
42.195KM (individual), 21KM, and 10KM
- These races will have a 12:00 PM cut off time.
- Runners are required to leave the road at this time as the road will be re-opened to traffic. Runners must then proceed on the pavements.
- No runner will be allowed into the finish line area after 12:00 PM.
- Any runner stays on the route after 12:00 pm, he/she will run on their own responsibility. (There won’t be any medals, refreshment or services at the finish line).
Protests and Appeals:
Protests concerning the result or conduct of an event shall be made within 30 minutes of the official announcement of the result of that event, to the Jury of Appeal, it shall be in writing, signed by the athlete, or by someone acting on his behalf or by an official representative of a team, (IAAF Rule 146).