Inscripción de atletas con discapacidades (AWD)

Elegibilidad

 

These Programs are available to runners who possess a permanent physical, intellectual or vision impairment (as defined by World Para Athletics) that impacts their ability to participate in the sport of running. Runners with acute injuries or temporary conditions are not eligible for these Programs. 

To be eligible for participation in these Programs, runners must:

  • Possess a permanent physical, intellectual or vision impairment that aligns with the eligible impairment types as defined by World Para Athletics. (Tenga en cuenta lo siguiente: a para athletics classification is not required)
  • Be able to self-propel themselves the entire marathon distance by their own volition within the course time limit of 8 hours and 30 minutes.

There are 10 eligible impairment types recognized by World Para Athletics:

8 Physical Impairment Types:

  1. Impaired Muscle Power: The muscles in the limbs or trunk are completely or partially paralyzed as a consequence of conditions such as spinal cord injury, polio, or spina bifida.
  2. Impaired Passive Range of Movement: Range of movement in one or more joints is permanently reduced due to trauma, illness or congenital deficiency (e.g. conditions such as arthrogryposis or joint contracture resulting from trauma).
  3. Limb Deficiency: A total or partial absence of bones or joints from birth, as a consequence of trauma (e.g. traumatic amputation) or illness (e.g. amputation due to cancer).
  4. Ataxia: Lack of muscle coordination due to problems with the parts of the central nervous system that control movement and balance, typical of conditions such as traumatic brain injury and cerebral palsy.
  5. Athetosis: Repetitive and more or less continual involuntary movements caused by fluctuating muscle tone arising from problems in the central nervous system, typical of conditions such as cerebral palsy.
  6. Hypertonia: Abnormal increase in muscle tension with reduced ability of muscles to stretch, and joint stiffness, slowness of movement and poor postural adaptation and balance, due to problems in the central nervous system, typical of conditions such as cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and stroke.
  7. Short Stature: Standing height and limb length are reduced due to conditions such as achondroplasia and osteogenesis imperfecta.
  8. Leg Length Difference: Minimum of 7 cm length difference due to trauma, illness, or congenital conditions.

Vision Impairment: Vision is impacted by either an impairment of the eye structure, optical nerve/pathways or the part of the brain controlling vision (visual cortex).

Intellectual Impairment: Limited intellectual functions and adaptive behavior which must be diagnosed before the age of 18 (e.g. autism).

*If a runner believes participation in these Programs would be appropriate, though the runner does not possess an eligible impairment type listed above, please email nyrrawdteam@nyrr.org.

Inscripción

 

Runners who are interested in being a part of one of these Programs may apply through a guaranteed entry method or for the entry drawing. Click here for more information. To participate in one of these Programs, runners must select on the application for the event the program for which they are applying.

All applicants for the TCS New York City Marathon must register themselves, including applicants to the AWD Programs. Should an applicant experience any difficulty with the online registration form, please contact NYRR Runner Services for assistance at 855-5MY-NYRR (855-569-6977).

Programas

 

Corredores
This program is for runners (ambulatory) who have a physical, intellectual or vision impairment and participate “on foot,” including runners who use prosthesis or running blades.

If you are a runner who has a physical or intellectual impairment and require a support runner in order to participate, please click here for further information.

If you are a runner who has a vision impairment and require a guide in order to participate, please click here for further information.

Wheelchair Program: Runners Who Participate Using a Pushrim Wheelchair or Day Chair with a FreeWheelTM Attachment
This program is for runners who have a physical impairment and who use a pushrim wheelchair or a daychair with a FreeWheelTM attachment to participate.

Runners who intend to use a pushrim wheelchair or wheelchair with a FreeWheelTM attachment must select “wheelchair” on the application. 

A racing wheelchair or wheelchair with a FreewheelTM attachment must be used; no other type of wheelchair will be permitted on the event course. A runner may participate using a day chair, if a FreeWheelTM is attached to lift the front small casters of the day chair off the ground and replace them with one large wheel that may be set in a fixed position. For safety reasons, runners may not participate using a day chair without a FreeWheelTM or other non-racing wheelchair.

Any participant in the wheelchair program must wear a helmet at all times while in the wheelchair. Los corredores que no usen casco no podrán comenzar la TCS New York City Marathon y podrán ser retirados de la ruta.

The rules applicable to the TCS New York City Marathon prohibit entry by a person who will be pushed or pulled in a wheelchair or stroller by another person unless the person was invited to participate in the 2020 Duo Team Exhibition (details below). To participate using a wheelchair, runners must be able to propel themselves through the course, unassisted and unaccompanied.

Handcycle Exhibition: Runners Who Participate Using a Handcycle
A Handcycle Exhibition will take place as part of the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon. Participation using a handcycle provides an alternate means of participation for runners who, due to the nature of their physical impairment, are not able to use a racing wheelchair or run with prosthesis. La Exhibición de bicicletas de mano es un evento de participación no competitivo sin galardones ni premios monetarios. Para la seguridad de todos los corredores, se proporcionará un vehículo marcador de ritmo para la Exhibición de bicicletas de mano. The pace vehicle will move at a pace of approximately 3 minutes and 40 seconds per mile. The pace vehicle will complete the course in approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes. All participants are required to stay a minimum of 25 meters behind the pace vehicle at all times.

Runners who intend to use a handcycle are eligible for entry through the entry drawing and must select “handcycle” on the application at the time of registration. To be eligible for acceptance, upon completion of the application for the drawing (and prior to 13 de febrero de 2020 at 4:00 p.m. ET), all runners intending to participate using a handcycle are required to email nyrrawdteam@nyrr.org and provide the runner’s name, cell phone number, a link to a result from a half-marathon or marathon completed on a certified course within one (1) year from the date of the application, and the runner’s anticipated finish time for the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon Handcycle Exhibition (should the runner be accepted). In addition, please include a photo of the handcycle to be used, if selected. Only runners who email the required information will be eligible for acceptance into the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon Handcycle Exhibition. Therefore, runners who apply and intend to use a handcycle to participate in the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon Handcycle Exhibition should not make travel, hotel or other arrangements for the event until they are notified of their acceptance.

The rules applicable to the TCS New York City Marathon prohibit entry by a person who will be pushed or pulled in a handcycle by another person. To participate using a handcycle, runners must be able to propel themselves through the course unassisted and unaccompanied. In addition,

  • Los participantes que usen una bicicleta manual deben usar un casco en todo momento que estén usando dicha bicicleta.
  • Any participant using a handcycle must have an orange visibility flag on a 5’-6’ flexible pole/stick attached to the handcycle by a bracket at all times while in the handcycle.
  • No se permiten las bicicletas manuales con motores o pedales. No additional gear-, crank-, or chain-powered cycling equipment may be used by participants, including foot-powered recumbent bikes, tricycles or bicycles.

Duo Team Exhibition: Runners Who Participate as a Duo Team
New York Road Runners is happy to offer a Duo Team Exhibition at the TCS New York City Marathon. A drawing will take place to determine those duo teams that will be invited to participate in the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon Duo Team Exhibition.

Please review the 2020 Duo Team Participation Terms and Conditions and General Needed Information Form. El enlace ofrece información adicional y los requisitos que deben aceptar los dos (2) miembros del equipo. To be considered for this event, each team member must complete the relevant sections of the General Needed Information Form and return it to duoteams@nyrr.org, along with a photo of the customized racing wheelchair that the team plans to use, should the team be selected. The General Needed Information Form and the required customized racing wheelchair photo must be submitted by 13 de febrero de 2020 at 4:00 p.m. ET to be considered for the drawing. El sorteo para seleccionar a los equipos se realizará el 26 de febrero de 2020. For further information, please email duoteams@nyrr.org.

Información adicional

 
Guía humano
A human guide (“guide”) provides verbal cues and navigation support to a runner with a vision impairment. Guides are not scored, do not receive an official finishing time, and are not eligible for race or volunteer credit through the 9+1 program. Los guías no pagan precio de inscripción. Guides should review the Information for Information for Guides and Support Runners and for Runners Requesting to Be Accompanied by a Guide of Support Runner page prior to taking on this responsibility.

Selección de guías
A runner with a vision impairment who requires a guide in order to participate in a New York Road Runners (“NYRR”) event is permitted to be accompanied by one (1) or two (2) guides, depending on the individual’s need. Es responsabilidad del corredor seleccionar un guía que pueda llevar a cabo todas las responsabilidades de guía al ritmo de carrera objetivo del corredor. Se recomienda especialmente que el corredor seleccione al guía con quien entrena habitualmente.

Procedimiento de registro de guías
If you are a runner with a vision impairment who requires a guide, please use NYRR’s Guide or Support Runner Registration Request Form (emailed to accepted runners) to place your request to be accompanied by a guide (names will not be required on this form). Todas las solicitudes deben hacerse antes del 13 de marzo de 2020 a las a las 4:00 p. m., hora del Este. It is the runner’s responsibility to complete NYRR’s Guide or Support Runner Registration Request Form. Should the runner select a registered runner to serve as his/her guide, the runner still must follow the guide registration process described here.

Corredor de apoyo
A support runner is a person who provides verbal instructions, directions, and/or cues that support orientation and/or decision making for a runner (ambulatory) with a physical or intellectual impairment. Support runners are not scored, do not receive an official finishing time, and are not eligible for race or volunteer credit through the 9+1 program. Los corredores de apoyo no pagan precio de inscripción. Support runners should review the Information for Guide and Support Runners and for Runners Requesting to Be Accompanied by a Guide or Support Runner page prior to taking on this responsibility.

Selección de corredores de apoyo
A runner (ambulatory) with a permanent physical or intellectual impairment who needs to be accompanied by another person on the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon course is permitted to be accompanied by one (1) or two (2) support runners, depending on the individual’s need. A runner participating using a pushrim wheelchair (or wheelchair with a FreeWheelTM) or handcycle may not be accompanied by another person on the TCS New York City Marathon course. Es responsabilidad del corredor seleccionar un corredor de apoyo que pueda llevar a cabo todas las responsabilidades de apoyo al ritmo objetivo del corredor. Se recomienda especialmente que el corredor seleccione al corredor de apoyo con quien entrena habitualmente.

Procedimiento de registro de corredores de apoyo
If you are a runner with a permanent physical or intellectual impairment who requires a support runner, please use NYRR’s Guide or Support Runner Registration Request Form (emailed to accepted runners) to place your request to be accompanied by a support runner (names will not be required on this form). Todas las solicitudes deben hacerse antes del 13 de marzo de 2020 a las a las 4:00 p. m., hora del Este. It is the runner’s responsibility to complete NYRR’s Guide or Support Runner Registration Request Form. Should the runner select a registered runner to serve as his/her support runner, the runner still must follow the support runner registration process described here.

*Any runner who has additional needs, or questions regarding participation in the 2020 TCS New York City Marathon, may email nyrrawdteam@nyrr.org.

NOTA IMPORTANTE: A runner, guide or support runner who violates anything in these rules or procedures may be removed from the event course, disqualified from official results, and/or suspended from subsequent NYRR events.

 

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