REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR THE 2018 ATHENS HALF MARATHON OPENED ON 10 JANUARY 2018 - REGISTRATIONS FOR ALL RACES CLOSED ON 5 MARCH 2018.

 

REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR THE 2018 ATHENS HALF MARATHON OPENED ON 10 JANUARY 2018 - REGISTRATIONS FOR ALL RACES CLOSED ON 5 MARCH 2018.

 

REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR THE 2018 ATHENS HALF MARATHON OPENED ON 10 JANUARY 2018 - REGISTRATIONS FOR ALL RACES CLOSED ON 5 MARCH 2018.

 

Cancellation requests may be submitted in written up (by email) until 23 February 2018. After that date, no cancellation request may be accepted. In case of confirmed cancellation, the registration fee is refunded to the applicant, given that 5€ are deducted for operational handling reasons. All refund requests are processed about one month after the event.

GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS

• The age limit to participate in the Half Marathon Race is 18+ years old (born at least in 2000 or before) and it concerns only able-bodied runners.

• The age limit to participate in the 5km Road Race is 12+ years old (born at least in 2006 or before) and it concerns only able-bodied runners.

• The age limit to participate in the 3km Road Race is 10+ years old (born at least in 2008 or before) and it concerns only able-bodied runners.

Our Principles

Hellenic Athletics Federation (SEGAS) recognizes the importance of the protection of its stakeholders (natural persons) with regards to the processing of their personal data as a fundamental right. 

In this context, SEGAS, as Data Controller, complies with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679 – GDPR) and the national legislation, respects the rights and freedoms of the data subjects and secures that their personal data is:

- collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes, as these stated in the records of processing activities (data flow map) that SEGAS maintains

- processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner, on the basis of consent, legitimate interest, legal obligation or contract performance

- stored safely to safeguard their confidentiality, integrity and availability.

All members of SEGAS personnel, associates, volunteers, as well as third parties that process personal data on behalf of the Federation are contractually committed to comply with the aforementioned framework.

It is important to note that the maintenance of archives of sport-event results and participants’ performances for historical, statistical and informational purposes, lays within the ground of legitimate interests of SEGAS, as the official institutional entity responsible for the development of athletics in Greece since 1897.

Data Subjects 

The categories of data subjects whose personal data are being processed by SEGAS, include: 

(i) athletes (registered in sport clubs that are members of the Federation),

(ii) independent runners (participants in road-races open to the public), 

(iii) trainers,

(iv) medical and physio staff,  

(v) personnel (permanent and on contract basis),  

(vi) personnel’s family members,  

(vii) job candidates,

(viii) volunteers,

(ix) judges, 

(x) suppliers / associates (sole proprietors and freelancers),

(xi) business executives (working for suppliers, sponsors, and partners),

(xii) members of the Administrative Board of the Federation,

(xiii) officials of sport-clubs, authorities and other institutional entities,

(xiv) media representatives

(xv) sports fans and other individuals. 

 

Personal Data Categories

Depending on the data subject’s capacity, the categories of personal data being processed by SEGAS might include:

a) Unique identifiers (e.g. ID/Passport number, Social Security number, TIN),

b) Basic data (e.g. name/surname, sex, age),

c) Sport-club name,

d) Sport-performance data,

e) Communication data (e.g. Email, phone number),

f) Financial data (e.g. IBAN, registration fee); please note that in case of registration fee payment via credit card, SEGAS does not process any information related to your card

g) Image data (e.g. photo, video),

h) Data of special categories (e.g. health data).

 

Data Transfers outside EU

Our aim is to restrict personal data transfers only to countries that have been deemed by the European Commission as destinations that  provide an adequate level of protection for personal data; you may see the relevant decisions of the European Commission here: https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/data-transfers-outside-eu/adequacy-protection-personal-data-non-eu-countries_en

However, due to the global nature of sports, and in the context of participation of SEGAS athletes, trainers, and members of the Administrative Board in official delegations, it may be required to transfer personal data to other countries, under the provisions of the Article 49(1) of the GDPR. 

 

Your Rights

According to the GDPR, you have the following rights toward the processing of your personal data:

- access to your data, 

- correction of your data, in cases where the data we hold about you are incorrect or insufficient,

- request to delete your data (‘right to be forgotten’), if there is no legal obligation or claim, and do not relate with any official result of a sport event,

- withdraw your consent, in cases where consent is the legitimate basis for the processing of your data; please note that for races open to independent runners, this request has to be made within the specific timelines as set in the application form which has to be read carefully,

- object to processing for a specific reason, 

- request the restriction of the processing,

- request to transfer your data to another Controller.

 

To exercise any of your rights, you can address the respective request to the Data Protection Officer of SEGAS (pls. see below ‘Contact Person’).  Our response to your request will take place within (1) one month of its receipt, unless an  extension of up to two (2) months is required after having taken into account the complexity and the number of requests, and informed you in due time, accordingly.  

If you do not have a response to your request, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (www.dpa.gr).

 

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Changes to this Notice

SEGAS will occasionally update this Privacy Notice to reflect any changes in its operational environment, legislation, and/or communication with data subjects. You are encouraged to periodically review this Notice to be informed about Personal Data Management policies applied in SEGAS.

 

Contact Person

SEGAS welcomes any questions and comments regarding Data Privacy and Protection. For this purpose, you may contact our certified Data Protection Officer at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.