Relay Run Around Sevan
June 6th, 2020


Savage of Sevan Relay Run Around Sevan

Savage of Sevan Relay Run Around Sevan competition rules:

  •  It’s a self-supported race. Each team has its own support car(cars) and is responsible for the food and other logistics on the route.

  • Teams can be 2 to 4 runners and can change runners on the route as many times as they want.

  • Savage of Sevan reserves the right to deny entry.

  • All teams start the race at the same time.

  • There should always be a runner on the route.

  • Teams can change runners as often they need/want.

  • Officials will be monitoring the process and may give time penalties if there are violations of rules.

  • Race stops when we pass the 24-hour mark.

  • No team categories, all teams are competing in ONE category.

  • The winner is the team that reaches the finish (same location as the start) first.

  • Race starts at 17:00 on Saturday, June 6, and ends at 17:00 on Sunday, June 7.

  • Participation fee is 20000 drams per team.



212km grand loop on 2000m above sea level! Run will be rolled alongside the picturesque shoreline of Armenian azure beauty Lake Sevan.

June 6th, Saturday
4:00 PM Mandatory Race Briefing
5:00 PM Race start

Savage Of Sevan Events are the exclusive property of QYABAB LTD (“SoS”). SoS owns all rights associated with the Events including, without limitation, the rights to organize, exploit (commercially or non‐ commercially), broadcast and reproduce the Events. SoS’ rights include, but are not limited to, any type of digital media, whether photographic, audio, or video in nature, captured in connection with any Event or venue (including, without limitation, the Race course) and regardless of ownership of the capturing device. All personal data provided by athletes or spectators for each Event and the data produced from the Event (including, without limitation, the Race results) are the exclusive property of Savage of Sevan.

No Prize Money is available.

All age‐group athletes must participate and compete in the age‐group division corresponding to the athlete’s age as of December 31 of the year of the Event.

Each athlete must:

  • Practice good sportsmanship at all times;
  • Be responsible for his/her own safety and the safety of others;
  • Know, understand, and follow all Competition Rules, as stated herein, in the Event‐specific Athlete Information Guide, and at the Event‐specific athlete briefings;
  • Obey traffic regulations and instructions from Race Officials;
  • Treat referees, officials, volunteers, spectators, the public, and other athletes with respect and courtesy;
  • Obey laws and local ordinances and avoid any type of demonstration of political, religious, or racial propaganda. Failure to obey laws or local ordinances and/or failure to refrain from demonstration will result in disqualification;
  • Avoid the use of abusive language;
  • Inform a Race Official promptly after withdrawing from the Race. Failing to do so may result in temporary suspension or permanent expulsion from other Events;
  • Not dispose of trash or equipment on the course (except at aid stations or other designated trash‐disposal points). Intentional or careless littering will result in a time penalty or disqualification;
  • Not gain or attempt to gain any unfair advantage from any external vehicle or object;
  • Follow the prescribed course. It is the athlete’s responsibility to know the course. Athletes must cover the prescribed course in its entirety. Failure to do so will result in a disqualification. If an athlete must exit the course, he or she shall re‐enter the course at the same point of departure before continuing.

Travel and Accommodation

Lake Sevan is located 60km (38 miles) from Yerevan, the capital city of Armenia.

Yerevan’s airport is a quite busy hub hosting many airlines and arranging your flight from your destination to Yerevan should not be a problem.

Organizers will arrange your transfer from Yerevan to Sevan on a race day if you choose to stay in Yerevan hotels, but there are many decent hotels around lake Sevan and we recommend you to book your hotel near the event location.

For those who consider 2000m above see level altitude a challenge we strongly recommend spending at least 1-2 pre race days near Sevan for proper acclimatization.

Hotels near the race location:

Tsovasar Hotel Complex:

Best Western Hotel Sevan:

Blue Sevan Hotel:

Golden Palace Hotel:

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