Compulsory Kit List

COMPULSORY EQUIPMENT FOR PARTICIPANTS

All of the compulsory equipment and personal belongings for each competitor (food, survival equipment and Marathon kit, waist pouch…) should weigh between 6.5 kg and 15 kg. This minimum/maximum weight does not include your daily water supply. These items will be inspected during the administrative and technical checks in Morocco

FOOD

Each entrant must provide his/her own food from 08 to 14 April inclusive.
He/she must select the type of food best suited to his/her personal needs, health, weather conditions, weight and backpack conditions. We remind you that airlines strictly forbid the carrying of gas (for cooking) on board either as hand luggage or otherwise. Each competitor must have

14 000 k/calories (that is a minimum of 2,000 k/calories per day) otherwise he/she will be penalised. Any food not in its original packaging must clearly labelled with nutritional details.

Gas stoves are strictly forbidden.
Mandatory equipment:
• backpack MDS or equivalent
• sleeping bag,
• head torch and a complete set of spare batteries,
• 10 safety pins,
• compass, with 1° or 2° precision,
• lighter,
• a whistle,
• knife with metal blade,
• topical disinfectant,
• anti-venom pump,
• a signalling mirror,
• one aluminium survival sheet,
• one tube of sun cream,
• 200 euros
• passport or for Moroccan residents, identity card
original medical certificate provided by AOI, filled in and signed by the doctor
original ECG and its tracing

Marathon Kit:
It is supplied by the organisation and will include the following:
a road-book issued on 06 april,
• Identification marks
• 2 breast plates bearing competitor number, approx. 18 cm x 16 cm
– one for upper part of the chest
– one for the back,to be attached to the backpack
• a check-in card
• WAA ChronoTag (3)
• distress beacon SPOT
• salt tablets,
• sachets for the toilets
This Marathon kit will be issued during the technical and administrative checks in Morocco.
A luminous stick will be issued at CP3 of the non-stop stage. The distress beacon must be given back to the organisation at the finish line.