The organization of these sports events will take place in accordance with the following anti-epidemic conditions and rules for holding sports competitions during the pandemic of the COVID-19 disease issued by the National Sports Agency.
The race will have no spectators.
No access to change rooms or showers.
All participants are required to wear respiratory protection – a respirator of at least class FFP2 or KN95 without an exhalation valve. This obligation does not apply to riders and commissaires during the race.
Riders including their staff must provide confirmation of a negative PCR or antigen test performed by an official sampling place. The test must not be older than 48 hours from the collection of the biological sample at the time of the start of the sporting event. Those who have had COVID-19 during the last 90 days do not need to take the test, however must prove the medical or laboratory confirmation of the date from the first positive PCR test.
Riders who completed the Tábor Circuits on Saturday or picked up the start number with a chip on Saturday do not have to resubmit the test result and self-reporting form.
Riders who will register on Sunday will submit a self-reporting form and a negative test certificate at the race office. Without it they will not be issued a start number and a chip.
The body temperature will be taken before the start of the race during the signing of signature sheets.
If the measured temperature is higher than 37.5 degrees riders will be allowed to start only with the consent of an authorized doctor nominated by the organizer.
Immediately after the finish of each category, the winners will be announced in the finish line area. Riders and their staff must leave the racecourse then so the sports program can continue and the maximum number of people allowed is not exceeded.
Negative RT-PRC test, which I passed no later than 7 days before the start of the event
Negative antigen test, which I passed no later than 72 hours before the start of the event
Certificate from the Ministry of Health on completed vaccination and at least 14 days or 21 days have elapsed since the first dose
Confirmed COVID-19 disease, the isolation period has expired according to the valid emergency measure of the Ministry of Health and no more than 180 days have elapsed since the first positive POC antigen test for SARS CoV-2 virus or RT-PCR test for SARS-CoV-2 virus