ONLINE RACES.
START IN ANY CITY. DIPLOMAS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS.
may 2022
RACE CALENDAR
All races go to the S10 rating
The S10.run platform generates start and finish protocols automatically.
June 18 - 19
Negative Split "Dozen"
Race formula: The task of the challenge is to run the second half of the distance faster than the first.

If the second half of the distance is slower than the first one, then the participant receives a penalty in the amount of twice the difference in time between the first and second half of the distance.

The winner is the one who shows the least time at the finish line, including penalties.

Distance: 12 km

Start window: June 18 00:00 - June 19 23:59 (UTC+3)

Race protocol
June 25 - 26
Ten Half Marathons
Race formula: The winner is the one who shows the least time at the finish line.

Distance: 10 km, half marathon (21.097 km)

Start window: June 25 00:00 - June 26 23:59 (UTC+3)

Race protocol
July 2 - 3
S10 Underground Challenge
Race formula: The winner is the one who runs out later, but finishes the distance until 00 minutes of each hour.

Distance: 10 km, half marathon (21.097 km)

Start window: July 2 00:00 - July 3 23:59 (UTC+3)

Example:
You ran out at 10:46 and finished the race at 11:56
Your opponent ran out at 10:40 and finished the race at 11:40
You won because you ran out later.

You started at 10:46 and finished the race at 11:56
Your opponent started at 10:55 and finished the race at 12:02
You won because the opponent did finish by the beginning of the hour, and the algorithm moved his finish to 13:00

Race protocol
All races go to the S10 rating
The S10.run platform generates start and finish protocols automatically.
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Running Challenges from the S10run team are weekly online competitions. You register for the race, run and the platform automatically forms the finish protocol.

The fastest one doesn't always win. Every week we come up with a new competition formula: run as steady as you can, break your personal speed record, run with a stable pulse, do not fail in a relay race, complete the second half of the distance faster than the first … and a dozen other formulas for each week of the season. Challenge protocols take into account age and gender of athletes.
What is so unique?
The most real emotions offline.
Control the progress from race to race.

Simple registration
Register for the race, connect one of the available trackers in your profile. When adding a tracker, allow access to the tracks - all checkboxes must be ticked.
Fair judgement
Each track is automatically checked and goes through the anti-cheating system for compliance with the rules of the competition. Moreover, there is an additional manual check by the mathematical tribunal.
A diploma for each participant
When the race is over and the finish protocol is published, you can find a personal electronic diploma on the protocol page
Get access to premium features to run faster, get the most out of your run and reach your goals with every workout
Terms and conditions
FREE ACCOUNT
1. Create an account in https://s10.run/login, using one of the following methods:

1.1. If you are planning to run using your phone (without a Garmin or Polar watch) and you don't have a Strava account:
- download Polar Flow app on your device
- create an account in Polar Flow
- connect it with your profile in s10.run/profile and make sure the status is "connected"
- press "Start" to record a workout. Pause and hold down the "Stop" button to finish

1.2. If you record workouts using a Garmin or Polar watch: enter your email, click "Register", connect your device with the s10.run/profile

1.3. If you record workouts using Strava app or another Strava-synced watch, select https://s10.run/login to login with Strava on the login page.
Authorizing through any tracker, you must provide all permissions to receive data.

2. Register for a specific race using the links above

3. Read the terms and conditions of the race
Run and record your track
Start in your city at any time, if the rules of the race do not have additional restrictions. Pay attention to the length of the track, which should be according to the conditions of the challenge. The track must be uploaded to the platform before the start window closes.
When the race is over, find yourself in the protocol. If you don't see your result on the protocol page, click Audit, enter your profile ID (find ID) and the Show button.

The most common reasons for missing the protocol are described here.
DIPLOMA FOR EACH PARTICIPANT
An individual electronic diploma with personal distance will be published on the protocol page after the publication of the finish protocol. After you finish, find your name in the protocol. If you don't see your result on the protocol page, click Audit, enter your profile ID (find your ID) and the Show button.
Terms and conditions
We strongly recommend that you carefully read all the rules, they are strict but fair. Approximately 3% of participants are disqualified due to inattention to the rules.

The most attentive one wins.
Read the terms
1. The most important thing

To participate in the race, you must be registered on the S10.run platform. Your gadgets must manually or automatically upload data to S10.
You must be registered for the run. The service will notify you of successful registration. If you have any doubts, reload the registration page. The start protocol is not available to the participants.

Each participant starts from any place chosen. The participant must finish the selected distance and upload the track to the service before the start window closes.

The track type must be "running". Nordic walking, alpine skiing, golf and skateboarding will not be taken into account

2. Distance and time

The distance specified in the regulations must be issued as a separate track. The entire track is taken into account in the calculation of time. No separate parts of the track can be highlighted and will not be taken into account in the finishing protocol.

For competitions with declared distance, the track must be no shorter than the competition distance and no longer than it by more than 1 km.

The distance time is the time between start and finish. Pauses will be included in the result.

Algorithms of Strava/Polar/Garmin straighten the trajectory and can reduce the distance that you measure with your gadgets. If a Strava track is shorter than the declared distance, it will not be taken into account. If you run more than the declared distance, we will take into account the time covering the exactly declared distance. Run with some reserve.

You cannot run on a treadmill. We don't know whether you ran a course on a treadmill or just turned it on while sitting on the couch.


3. Track Requirements

Running downhill is prohibited. Using the terrain deliberately to gain advantage is a violation of the rules. If you doubt the terrain of the track, it may be a good idea to create a loop route. Running in circles is not recommended.

If you run in a stadium, the distance will be calculated based on the number of circles multiplied by the first lane's length in the stadium. Sections of the track before the stadium and after the stadium are not taken into account when calculating the distance. Using any means of transport, including roller skates, external assistance and any other ways of improving the result is not allowed.

If you run in the stadium and at the finish you do not fit into the specified distance time, make a mark at the finish line (press the LAP button) and continue at a cool down pace. Otherwise the result will be accepted by the total time. If there is a cut-off on the finish line, the time in the protocol will be taken according to the cut-off.

4. Protocol and results

Registering on the s10.run platform, you must select and indicate the service that you use for recording the track. Adding a service, you must grant all permissions to access the track data. After gaining access, the platform automatically receives and processes the tracks of the participants. You don't have to upload tracks to the platform manually.

After syncing and granting access, the platform receives data about your run: starting time, finishing time, distance and some other technical parameters.
You need to synchronize the tracker before the start window closes.
Beta versions of start and finish protocols are not published.

5. Timeline (time in GMT+3 time zone)

The starting window opens at 00:00 on the first competition day and closes at 23:59 on the last competition day.
The beta version of the protocol is formed in real time with some delays associated with the service synchronization mode.

On the starting window closing date + 1 day:
Until 9 am, a participant sees only his own result. At 9 am, the full protocol is published.
Appeals are received: from the opening of the starting window to the closing of the starting window + 1 day.
The track is being verified until 18:00

On the starting window closing date + 2 days:
No later than 21:00 the beta version of the protocol becomes the final version.
Not later than 21:00, diplomas of the participants are published on the protocol page. The diploma is available for downloading within a month.

On the staringt window closing date + 3 days:
The rating is updated

6. Appeals

Appeals received: from the opening of the starting window to the closing of the starting window + 1 day.
Appeals are accepted only through the link to the email, which is specifed on the protocol page.
The appeal must include your id in the S10 system, a clickable link to the track in the tracker and a detailed description of the problem. Otherwise appeals are not considered. If you send an email from the protocol page, then your Id will be inserted into the email header automatically. Before sending your appeal, make sure you've read the rules and checked the checklist.

All correspondence in other communication channels is for entertainment purposes only.

7. Profile

The protocol is automatically generated based on the data specified in the participant's profile on the s10.run platform. Gender, age, surname and first name of the participant can be changed by the participant in his profile only before opening the start window. It is not possible to change the data in the protocol manually.

8. Age and gender categories of participants

For each distance of the challenge there is only one protocol, unless the race formula requires other conditions. The time of male and female athletes of all ages is multiplied by a gender-age factor, which depends on gender and age. The coefficient is calculated on the basis of world records in the age categories for male and female athletes.

9. Rating

Each run generates rating points.
Rating points take into account gender, age, place in the finish protocol. The main contribution to the ranking is progress relative to previous races. The link to the rating is available after authorization from the main menu of the service.

10. Track audit

Verification of the tracks is carried out by a mathematical tribunal.
The participants' tracks must be public and open for review.
A closed or deleted track is moved to the end of the protocol, since the system cannot calculate the result and by default considers it to be worse than the tracks available for audit.
If you are claiming prizes in a ranking or in a separate race, the track must contain data of the route. In controversial situations, heart rate and cadence data will help you to make a fair decision about the acceptability of the track. The Mathematical Tribunal has the right to set off the result of the official competition's protocol.
Top 10 athletes' tracks in the race protocol must contain data on heart rate and cadence. If this data is not available - DSQ (unless you provide the official offline race protocol).
Editing or any other manipulation of the file containing training data is forbidden.
The Mathematical Tribunal may request additional data on the track from the competition: earlier tracks of the participant, the age, as well as other data that helps to make a fair decision.
The data requested by the Tribunal must be received no later than 23:59 on the date following the closing date of the starting window.
The Mathematical Tribunal requests data via the email specified in the participant's profile. The absence of a response to the request will be taken into account when forming a decision by the tribunal
Checklist before you start
Before the start check how ready you are for the run. This will help to avoid unnecessary complications after the finish.
Registration
Profile
Time settings
Running distance
Protocol
The most important thing
No registration, no result.
Make sure you are registered for the race. The current registration link is on the main page of the service, after authorization
Check the completeness of the profile
Your profile is here. Check your gender and age. If there is no data, the system will consider you a nineteen-year-old boy. In real life, this may not be a bad thing. But in the final protocol and rating, you can find yourself in an unexpected company and be left without prizes.

Pay special attention to the numbers in the address bar of your profile. You can have two profiles in the service or even three. https://s10.run/profile?7439904 - this is how your profile should look like. Make sure that you are registered with the same profile that you use in the run. The numbers after the question mark in the registration page and in the run are the same.
Make sure your tracker locates you correctly.
All race timing is relative to the Coordinated Universal Time, UTC. If we neglect a second, then UTC is almost the time in London. Strava determines start and finish times not by local time, but by UTC. For example, Moscow is UTC +3. Strava calculates UTC based on the time zone you define in your profile and local time. If the time zone is set incorrectly, you may start or finish outside the set time window. The system will not accept such a track.

Make sure your watch shows the correct time. If your watch is behind or goes ahead, your track may not make it into the race window.

Pay particular attention to the correct setting of UTC and the exact time during relay races. If your watch is behind, the relay tracks may overlap with the previous competitor.
Make sure your tracker locates you correctly.
Tracks processed by one of the tracking services get into the protocol. It recalculates the length of the track with its own algorithms, straightening corners or restoring missed points. Therefore, the recorded track can be shorter than the distance measured by your device.

If the track appears to be shorter than the set distance, we will not be able to take it into account.

If the track is longer than the declared distance, then we will cut it so that its length is exactly equal to the declared distance. For example, you ran 10.3 km, but the running distance was 10 km. We will fix the time needed to overcome 10,000 meters.

At the finish line run a little more. We'll use the math to get you exactly the right meters on the score sheet. Don't run too much. If the distance is longer than the distance by more than a kilometer ->DSQ

Don't run downhill, it's a good idea to create a loop route.

If you run in the stadium, count the circles, as the Tribunal will also count the circles. If it turns out to be less -> DSQ

In multi-distance challenges, monitor the warm-up distance carefully. Make sure that the warm-up distance does not get into the protocol of another distance. If it still happens, the Tribunal may consider the possibility of excluding the result of the warm-up from the protocol on the appeal written before the closing of the starting window.
Check your result in the protocol
At the end of your run, you need to sync your device with the chosen tracking device before the window closes. Immediately after that, it is better to go on the S10 platform and search your result in the protocol. If not found, click the "audit" button to check the reason for missing.
Be Responsible
Don't run at red lights. Don't run over kids, their moms and dads. Do not run in prohibited areas. Don't look for holes in fences. Don't jump over fences. Respect the restrictions imposed by local and global laws.
FAQ
How do I take part?
1. You must be registered on the S10.run platform - click Login

1.1. If you are planning to run using your phone (without a Garmin or Polar watch) and you don't have a Strava account:

  • download Polar Flow app on your device
  • create an account in Polar Flow
  • connect it with your profile in https://s10.run/profile and make sure the status is "connected"
  • press "Start" to record a workout. Pause and hold down the "Stop" button to finish
1.2. If you record workouts using a Garmin or Polar watch: enter your email, click "Register", connect your device with the s10.run/profile

1.3. If you record your workouts with the Strava app or other Strava-synced watch, select S10.run login with Strava on the login page. If Strava won't open, use VPN
Sync your running watch with Strava or install the Strava app on your mobile device.

Authorizing through any tracker, you must provide all permissions to receive data.

2. You must register for a specific race. Get registered on the race website, click the "registration" button. If you have registered, the system will notify you in the same window. Other notifications may not come and are optional.

3. Record a track during the test practice
In the time frame established by the rules, record the track. Run any of the set distances. Sync your device or app with Strava/Polar.

You do not need to upload the result to the platform, it will be done automatically.

It is not necessary to inform the organizers about the chosen distance, it will be determined based on the length of the track.

4. After the finish, go to the protocol page and find your result.
Haven't found my result in the protocol. What do I do?
If you don't see your result in the protocol, make sure you fulfilled all the race conditions specified in the rules.
Find your ID in the profile https://s10.run/login
Make sure your running device is connected.
If you run with Strava, make sure Strava is connected.
On the protocol page, click Audit, enter your profile ID and read the comment.

In most cases, the track does not get into the protocol, because data access is not provided when connecting Polar / Garmin / Strava.

Connection options are described on the Cup website.
How do I find the competition protocol?
The link to the competition protocols is published on the race website

In individual races, a participant sees only his own result until the starting window closes. The beta version of the protocol with the results of all participants is published the next day after the starting window closes.
What are Adjusted Time and Gender-Age Coefficients?
Adjusted time is the absolute time to complete the distance multiplied by a gender-age factor.
In the protocols of the challenges, male and female, age runners and young athletes are on the same list.
The absolute time of each participant is multiplied by a gender-age coefficient, which is obtained from a comparison of world records in age categories for male and female.
Read more here
How do I download the challenge diploma?
Diplomas are published above the challenge protocol after the beta version of the protocol is checked and the final version is published.

You can download it by right-clicking or long-pressing on the image when viewing on your phone.

Diplomas are stored for one month. After that, they become unavailable for downloading.

Diplomas can and should be shared on social networks.
How do I set up my own race on the platform?
To organize your own race on the S10 platform, write to Natalia

We have various options for cooperation: black label, white label, sponsorship, providing prizes, title races, as well as championships and series of corporate races.
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WHAT ARE S10 Challenges?
S10.run online challenges are emotions that not every offline race can provide with: a new race formula every week, support chat, handicap races, online relay races

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