Mumbai Ultra 2019 - 15th August 2019

Registration Details



We have read and understand the information regarding this event and understand that We participate in this event at my own risk. We are aware of the fact that participation for MUMBAI ULTRA requires optimum conditioning of the body as well as mind and structured training. We hereby attest and verify that the participant is physically fit and have sufficiently trained for this event. We understand that competing in this event may involve running and walking on the road with moving vehicles traffic. The hazards may include but are not limited to; challenging terrain, motor vehicle traffic, slippery surfaces, weather conditions, heat exhaustion, hypothermia, actions of spectators, other competitors, general public and the event organizers personnel. We agree to comply with the rules and directions of event officials and their personnel. We hereby allow the use of the participant’s name and image to be used in the media and for marketing purposes. We hereby agree that in the case of event cancellation due to extreme inclement weather (at the discretion of event officials), We shall not hold any persons, corporations, associations and bodies involved or otherwise engaged in promoting or staging the event and their servants, agents, representatives, officers and employees for such cancellation. We hereby acknowledge this waiver, release and indemnity discharge all persons, corporations, associations and bodies involved or otherwise engaged in promoting or staging the event and their servants, agents, representatives, officers and employees. This includes but is not limited to the various committees, members, and employees of all independent contracted suppliers to the event, local councils, cities and districts and their respective officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, representatives, agents, volunteers, event organizers and sponsors whether or not the loss, injury or damage is attributed to the act or neglect of any or more of them.

We also understand that my contact details will be added to the MUMBAI ULTRA events database, and that We will receive emails directly from MUMBAI ULTRA. WE understand that we can unsubscribe from this database at any time. MUMBAI ULTRA can distribute the contact details of those on the MUMBAI ULTRA database. If for some reason you have entered but are unable to participate in the event, please get in contact with event organizers.

Medical Risks: The MUMBAI ULTRA is a physically challenging event and participation in it presents medical risks, many of which can be extremely serious or can be fatal in very rare occasion. Participation in this event is at the runner’s own risk, cost and consequence. Although Run Management has medical personnel at various points along the course to provide necessary medical care, the inaccessibility of much of the route will make it difficult or impossible for medical assistance to reach the runner immediately. Participants are encouraged to see their own medical doctor prior to the Run regarding any physical or medical limitations before attempting the Run and to obviate any doubts as to any personal health risk for the participant to participate in this event. Runners should be knowledgeable about the stress effects attendant to participation in ultra events. It is important for each entrant to recognize the potential physical and mental stresses, which may evolve from participation in this Run. Runners may be subject to extremes of heat and cold, hypothermia, hyperthermia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, hypernatremia, disorientation and mental and physical exhaustion. Run Management and the medical staff strive to work with runners. They will do all they reasonably can to ensure “safe passage”, but ultimately runners must understand their own limitations. This is one event where it is better to follow the dictates of your body — not your ambitions! Adequate physical and mental conditioning prior to the Run is mandatory. If you have not been able to prepare properly, do not attempt to run! Runners should appreciate the risks associated with participation in this event. Actions may have to be taken on your behalf under extreme time constraints and adverse circumstances. We will make reasonable efforts to give assistance whenever possible. Ultimately and primarily you are in charge, and you are likely to be solely responsible for creating your own crisis that we must then respond to. Be careful, be responsible, and do not exceed your own abilities and limitations.

“IN THE EVENT THAT A RUNNER REQUIRES EMERGENCY EVACUATION BY GROUND -AMBULANCE, THE RUNNER ASSUMES ALL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS SERVICE. RUN MANAGEMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEBTS INCURRED”.

Some of the main risks of the Run, but certainly not all of them, are listed. These should be understood and remembered by all runners, before and during the event. Please note that death can result from several of the risk conditions discussed below or from other aspects of participation in the MUMBAI ULTRA marathon. Renal Shutdown: Cases of renal shutdown (acute renal failure) have been reported in other ultra marathons. Renal shutdown occurs from muscle tissue injury that causes the release of myoglobin, a protein material, into the blood plasma. Myoglobin is cleared from the blood stream by the kidneys and will look brownish-colored in the urine. Adequate hydration will help flush myoglobin through the kidneys. Overwhelming amounts of myoglobin may clog the filtering system of the kidneys either partially or totally. If not treated, renal shutdown can cause permanent impairment of kidney function.

“IT IS CRUCIAL TO CONTINUE HYDRATING USING ELECTROLYTE FLUIDS DURING THE FINAL HOURS OF THE RUN AND FOR SEVERAL DAYS FOLLOWING THE RUN OR UNTIL THE URINE IS LIGHT YELLOW AND OF NORMAL FREQUENCY”.

Heat Stroke/Hyperthermia: Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are serious risks. These conditions can cause death, kidney failure and brain damage. It is important that runners be aware of the symptoms of impending heat injury. These include but are not limited to: nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, faintness, irritability, lassitude, confusion, weakness, and rapid heart rate. Impending heat stroke may be preceded by a decrease in sweating and the appearance of goose bumps on the skin, especially over the hest. Heat stroke may progress from minimal symptoms to complete collapse in a very short period of time. Remember that your muscles produce tremendous amounts of heat when running for long distance. The faster the pace, the more heat is produced. A light-colored shirt and cap, particularly if kept wet during the Race, can help. Acclimatization to heat requires approximately two weeks. It is recommend to train for 90 minutes in 25 degree C. heat or greater for at least two weeks prior to the Run if at all possible. If signs of heat exhaustion occur, we recommend rapid cooling by applying ice to the groin, neck and armpits. . In addition to drinking at checkpoints, runners will be encouraged to carry fluids between checkpoints. To accurately measure fluid intake and output balance, weigh yourself before and after your training runs. This will help you establish your personal fluid requirements (especially during the heat of the day).

Remember to replace lost electrolytes lost from sweat along with lost fluids. Every runner has different needs that should be determined during training. Risks Associated with Low Sodium and Chloride Counts: Low sodium levels (hypernatremia) in ultra marathon runners have been associated with severe illness requiring hospitalization. It is important for long-distance athletes to use fluids containing electrolytes to replace the water and salts lost during exercise. WATER INTAKE ALONE IS NOT SUFFICIENT, as water intoxication and possibly death may result. This problem may in fact worsen after the Race, as the non-electrolyte-containing fluid, which has been accumulating in the stomach, is absorbed. Potassium and calcium replacement may also be important, although these levels change less with fluid loss and replenishment. Signs and symptoms of hyponatremia include; weight gain, bloating, nausea, vomiting, headache, confusion, incoordination, dizziness, muscle twitching/cramping and fatigue. If left untreated, it may progress to seizures, pulmonary and cerebral edema, coma and death. There are two ways to put oneself at risk of hyponatremia: 1) over-hydration (with water or even electrolyte- containing sports drinks) and 2) replacing sweat with hypotonic fluids. Weight gain of greater than 3% should alert a runner to stop drinking, slow down and allow the body to readjust its fluid status through urination of excess fluids, after which electrolyte fluids or high sodium containing foods such as bouillon cubes can be consumed. Risks of hypernatremia include weight gain (though this is not necessary for the condition to develop), female runners, smaller body size, slower runners, and low sweat rate. Risks of hypernatremia can be minimized by acclimatizing to the heat, training the endocrine system, salting foods a few days prior to the Run, matching fluid and electrolyte intake to sweat losses and monitoring weight. The best way to achieve proper electrolyte and fluid balance is to hydrate with fluids containing proper amounts of electrolytes and to replace with sodium-containing foods or supplements if required, and as determined during your training. Potassium, while present in many electrolyte-replacement solutions, may also be replaced with fruit, such as bananas or oranges. Beer or other alcoholic beverages should not be taken at any time during the Run. Electrolyte-containing fluids should be continued after the Run until the gastrointestinal tract is fully functional, which may take several hours. Once the gut is working and adequate hydration has occurred, the normal balance of thirst, hunger, digestion and kidney filtration will maintain the proper balance of fluids and electrolytes.

Effects of Cold/Hypothermia: Temperatures will likely be warm during the run, but be prepared for changeable cold weather, even during the middle of the race. Hypothermia is a potentially serious risk, especially running late in the evening through to early nightfall since one’s energy reserves will have been depleted from 10 to 12 hours of running. Hypothermia can strike very quickly, particularly when pace slows from exhaustion or injury. The initial warning signs of hypothermia often include lethargy, disorientation and confusion. The runner will feel very cold with uncontrolled shivering and may become confused, unaware of the surroundings, and may possibly be an immediate danger to himself/ herself. Staying well nourished, adequately hydrated and appropriately clothed will help avoid hypothermia. It is important that runners have access to warm clothing through their drop bags. If there is any question, carry a light jacket when you leave the main Aid Station.

Use of Drugs: No drugs of any kind should be taken before, during or immediately after the Run! Many drugs can increase the risk of heat stroke. A partial list of problem drugs includes amphetamines, tranquilizers, and diuretics. Injuries From Falling: Falling or accident is an ever-present danger on the Ultra marathon running on the road , with potentially serious consequences. Muscle Necrosis: It has been found that some degree of muscle cell death in the legs occurs from participation in the Run. The recovery can take several months. This seems to be a bigger problem in runners who become dehydrated or have overexerted themselves. Medical analysis of blood samples taken from ultra runners shows that this occurs to some degree in all runners.

Overuse Injuries: Obviously, innumerable overuse injuries can occur, especially in the knee and the ankle. Sprains and fractures can easily occur on these roads. Blisters may cause you to have a sore day or in severe circumstances may prevent you from finishing. Common Fatigue: One of the dangers you will encounter is fatigue. Fatigue, combined with the effects of dehydration, hypothermia, hyperthermia, hypernatremia, hypoglycemia and other debilitating conditions can produce disorientation and irrationality. If you do become injured, exhausted or ill, STAY. You will be found there either by another runner, or the volunteer that monitor the progress of runners during the event. If you feel dizzy, disoriented or confused, do not risk falling. Sit or lie down on the road until you recover or are found. An unconscious runner even a few feet off the road could be impossible to find until it is too late. If individuals who are not associated with Run Management assist you and you elect to leave the road, you MUST notify the official at the nearest checkpoint of your decision to withdraw.

Difficulty in Gaining Access to or Locating Injured
Participants: Accordingly, in spite of the many layers of safety precautions instituted by Run Management (emergency services and medical personnel at many checkpoints), there is absolutely no assurance that aid or rescue assistance will arrive in time to give you effective assistance should you become sick, incapacitated or injured. Although medical and other personnel will assist you when possible, remember that you are ultimately responsible for your own well being on the road. Only you will know how your body and mind feel at any given time. Monitor yourself during the entire Run, and prepare yourself to drop out at the nearest checkpoint if you find it just isn’t your day.

ACCIDENT WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY:
After reading the aforesaid information and in addition to the same, We hereby declare, confirm and agree as follows that I/my ward:

(i) Have given true and complete information in this application form and me/my ward is/am solely responsible for the accuracy of this information;
(ii) Have fully understood the risk and responsibility of participating in the MUMBAI ULTRA marathon or any event outlined in this application (collectively "the event") and will be participating entirely at my/his/her risk and responsibility;
(iii) Understand the risk of participating on a course with vehicular traffic, even if the course may be regulated/policed;
(iv) Understand that I/my ward must be of, and must train to, an appropriate level of fitness to participate in such a physically demanding event and I/my ward have obtained a medical clearance from a registered medical practitioner, allowing me to participate in the events;
(v) For myself/ourselves and our legal representatives, waive all claims of whatsoever nature against any and all Sponsors of the event, Mumbai City, all political entities, authorities and officials, all contractors and construction firms working on or near the course, all MUMBAI ULTRA marathon Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management, officials and volunteers and all other persons and entities associated with the event and the directors, employees, agents and representatives of all or any of the aforementioned including, but not limited to, any claims that might result from me/my ward participating in the event and whether on account of illness, injury, death or otherwise;
(vi) Agree that if I am/my ward is injured or taken ill or otherwise suffer/s any detriment whatsoever, I hereby irrevocably authorize the event officials and organizers to, at my/our risk and cost, transport me/my ward to a medical facility and/or to administer emergency medical treatment and I/my ward waive/s all claims that might result from such transport and/or treatment or delay or deficiency therein. I shall pay or reimburse to you my/my ward's medical and emergency expenses and I/my ward hereby authorize/s you to incur the same;
(vii) Shall provide to race officials such medical data relating to me/my ward as they may request. I agree that nothing herein shall oblige the event officials or organizers or any other person to incur any expense or to provide any transport or treatment;
(viii) In case of any illness or injury caused to me or my ward or death suffered by me or my ward due to any medical reasons or medical condition during the race or at any time thereafter as a result of the event, regardless or not whether such medical reasons or condition shall have been pre-existing conditions known by me and further regardless of whether I/my ward shall have disclosed, at any point in time, the existence of such reason or condition to any person, none of the sponsors of the event or any political entity or authorities and officials or any contractor or construction firms working on or near the course, or any of the MUMBAI ULTRA marathon Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management, officials or volunteers or any persons or entities associated with the event or the directors, employees, agents or representatives of all or any of the aforementioned shall be held liable by me/my ward or my/my ward's representatives;
(ix) In case of any illness or injury caused to me or my ward or death suffered by me or my ward due to any force majeure event including but not limited to fire, riots or other civil disturbances, earthquakes, storms, typhoons or any terrorist act, none of the sponsors of the event or any political entity or authorities and officials or any contractor or construction firms working on or near the course, or any of the MUMBAI ULTRA marathon/Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management, officials or volunteers or any persons or entities associated with the event or the directors, employees, agents or representatives of all or any of the aforementioned shall be held liable by me/my ward or my/my ward's representatives;
(x) Understand, agree and irrevocably permit MUMBAI ULTRA marathon Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management to share the information given by me/my ward in this application, with all/any entities associated with the MUMBAI ULTRA marathon, at its own discretion;
(xi) Understand, agree and irrevocably permit MUMBAI ULTRA marathon Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management to use my/my ward's photograph which may be photographed on Race Day and/or during the Expo, for the purpose of promoting permit MUMBAI ULTRA marathon Committee/Organizing persons/Run Management, at its own discretion;
(xii) Shall not hold the organizers and all/any of the event sponsors responsible for loss of my/his/her application form and/or application fee in transit;
(xiii) I/my ward do agree to receive information and offers of various brands/products/services as may be sent to me/my ward by the event promoters (or a person duly authorized by the promoters) on the email address given by me/my ward in this application form;
(xiv) I/my ward understand and agree to the event terms and guidelines.
(xv) I/my ward acknowledge that this Accident Waiver and Release of Liability (AWRL) form will be used by the event holders, sponsors, and organizers, in which I/my ward may participate and that it will govern my actions and responsibilities at said events. I/my ward understand that this AWRL shall be construed broadly to provide a release and waiver to the maximum extent permissible under applicable law. I/my ward hereby certify that I/my ward have read this document; and, I/my ward understand its content. It is further understood and agreed that this waiver, release and assumption of risk is to be binding on my/my ward’s heirs, executors, administrators and assigns.
I am happy to contribute “DONATION” to Tata Memorial Hospital for the treatment of Children suffering from Cancer and I would not seek any refund once the payment is been credited to Tata Memorial Hospital directly.



Eligibility Criteria: Runner must have completed one marathon race.


Please Note: You will be disqualified if you provide us the wrong certificate.





The signature needs to be hand-signed and not signed digitally (i.e., digital signature). The hand-signed signature shall be treated as your personal signature)



  1. Cheque should be in favour of “TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A/C No 2554”
  2. Minimum amount should be Rs.1500/-
  3. Cheque should be current dated.
  4. The participant needs to be scan the cheque or click a picture and upload on the website itself. Format can be pdf or jpg.
  5. Confirmation of registration is subject to realisation of cheque.
  6. The participant needs to send the cheque to our office by or before 15th June 2019.(Address: 3A, Valmiki Apartments, Behind Kalina Municipal School, Beside Bombay College of Pharmacy, Kalina. Santacruz East , Phone: 022 2665 1520)
  7. If the participant fails to send the cheque or writes improper name or sends the cheque with lesser amount then his registration wont be considered.
  8. The 80G certificate shall be issued directly by the Tata Memorial Hospital.
  9. The participant needs to write following things on back of the cheque –
    1. Full Name
    2. Pan Number
    3. His Address & Mobile No
    4. His registration ticket no.

Please Note: After the verification of you documents by the committee if you are not eligible to participate in the Mumbai Ultra 2019 run the donation amount will not be refunded however you can still participate as a volunteer to support the event and the runners. The payment of donation amount does not confirm your registration for the event.