INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS
THE STAMPEDE PERTH
Saturday 4 May 2013
Wooroloo, Perth Hills WA
This pack contains important information you need to know prior to arriving at The Stampede. Please
read this information carefully.
See you at The Stampede!
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
• Photo ID. You must present photo ID in order to collect your race bib or buy alcohol. No ID, no running or
• Waiver form. All participants need to print out and sign the waiver form and bring it on the day. The wavier
form is on the final page of this document. For children under 18 years a parent or guardian must sign the
waiver on their behalf. The minimum age for participants is 14 years.
• Spare clothes.
• Spare shoes. Your shoes will get muddy and you probably won’t want to wear them home.
• A towel.
• Cash. Bring cash for parking, food, drink and merchandise on the day. There will be an ATM available at the
event however mobile ATMs can sometimes be unreliable so bring enough cash with you.
• Fancy dress outfit. Wear your craziest fancy dress outfit (make sure it's one that can get muddy!) as there are
prizes to be won for best dressed on the day including the Tooheys Extra Dry Best Dressed Award. Winners will
be judged at the start line for each wave of runners.
• The Stampede will be held at Wooroloo Farm in Wooroloo, WA.
• Address is Great Eastern Hwy, Wooroloo. The nearest cross street is Banks Ave, Wooroloo. The turn-off will be
• Gates open 7:30am
• Registration open 7:30am – 2:30pm
• Start waves Every 20 minutes from 9am to 2:40pm
• Bar opens 10am
• La Tomatina (tomato fight) 2pm
• Bar closes Approx 5:30pm
• Event ends 6pm
• Parking at the venue is limited and we strongly recommend car pooling with your mates.
• Parking is $10 per car. When you arrive at the car park please have your parking money ready (cash only) to
avoid unnecessary delays and follow the directions of the parking attendants.
• Disabled parking and coaches – follow the directions of the parking attendants.
• Gates open at 7:30am on event day.
• Arrive at least one hour before your designated wave time to park your car, collect your race pack, check in any
items to the cloakroom, check in to The Stampede on Facebook, take a nervous leak and make your way to the
start line 15 minutes before your wave time.
CHECK IN ON FACEBOOK
When you arrive at The Stampede, make sure you check in at The Stampede Perth on Facebook to let your mates
know you’re about to run wild!
The Stampede’s official event hashtag is #thestampede
• A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase on the day.
• When you arrive at The Stampede you will need to collect your race pack from the registration tent. You will
need to show your photo ID and signed waiver form to registration officials. You will then be issued with your
race bib and shirt. You may only collect your own race bib, you cannot collect someone else’s race bib on their
behalf. The name on your photo ID must match the name printed on the race bib.
• The registration tent will be open for you to collect your race bib one hour before your designated wave time.
• If you registered as a team, each individual in that team must collect their own bib. Teams will not be able to
collect race bibs for other team members.
• If you need to transfer your registration to or from another person on the day, a $30 fee will apply.
• Limited tickets are available on the day. Tickets purchased on the day will be $95 + fees for 5km run and $115 +
fees for 10km run.
• If you want to run The Stampede more than once, you can purchase a ticket to run unlimited laps of the course
for $30 from the help desk on the day.
• Attach your race bib securely to your shirt so that we can identify you and you can easily locate your photos
• We also suggest writing your bib number onto your forearms and forehead with markers provided so that our
official photographers will be able to identify you.
• You must have an official bib to access the start area. There will be different bibs for 5km and 10km runners to
allow the course marshals to identify you on the course. Only runners wearing a 10km bib will be permitted
access to the 10km course.
• Your free drink token will be attached to your bib so make sure it’s fastened securely as no additional drink
tokens will be provided if you lose your bib.
• There will be a cloakroom on site to store your belongings at no charge.
• Leave any valuables at home.
• We accept no responsibility for lost or damaged items.
• Make your way to the start line 15 minutes prior to your scheduled wave time.
• You must run in your designated wave time and your race bib will have your designed wave time printed on it.
• If for some reason you are running late to the event and miss your designated wave time, you may run in a later
wave time. However no participants will be permitted to run in an earlier wave time.
THE COURSE & SAFETY INFORMATION
• The venue is very rocky and much of the course is on uneven ground. Protect your ankles.
• The course and obstacles will be clearly marked and signposted. Please obey the directions of course marshals
at all times.
• Slower participants are requested to keep left on the course to allow faster participants to easily pass.
• You don’t have to take part in any of the obstacles you're not comfortable with. You have as long as you like to
complete the course, there are no time restrictions.
• Participants must be able to swim 50m unaided as there will be a number of water obstacles along the course.
There will be lifeguards stationed at these obstacles for participants’ safety. Only strong swimmers may do the
water obstacles and any non-swimmers or nervous swimmers can bypass the obstacle, which we highly
• Due to the nature of some of the obstacles please expect some queues at certain obstacles along the course.
Please be patient and follow any directions given to you by the course marshals.
• There will be some toilets along the course.
• There will be a number of drink stations along the course. Participants are encouraged to supplement this with
personal hydration systems and additional energy sources if required.
• Due to weather and other factors, it is possible that the course and obstacles may change.
• The electric shock obstacle does conduct a shock of 10,000 volts. Please be advised that this obstacle may be
dangerous if you have certain health conditions i.e a heart condition, epilepsy or a pacemaker. If in doubt,
bypass this obstacle.
• Participants enter the event entirely at their own risk, as per the details included in the waiver form.
• All participants must sign a waiver in order to take part.
• First aid personnel will be present at the event.
• The course marshals will have radio communication with first aid personnel so please inform the course marshal
if you or a fellow participant requires first aid assistance.
• Runners can bypass any obstacles without penalty.
• No diving into any water or mud under any circumstances.
• The Stampede is untimed. Participants will not have their finish times recorded.
• You can time yourself or there will be a clock at the finish line so you can gauge your finish time based on your
• If you want a medal, then bring your own. The Stampede is all about having fun, challenging yourself, teamwork
and having a laugh along the way. It’s not about clocking the fastest time. Don’t expect The Stampede to be a
ridiculously hard challenge. Although if you do want to push yourself, you can purchase an option to run
unlimited laps of the course.
Please be advised that a cold water rinse off station and change tent will be available at the event. Due to the volume
of people needing to rinse off after the event all participants are requested to limit their showering time to a
maximum of 2 minutes.
THE STAMPEDE AFTER PARTY PRESENTED BY TOOHEYS EXTRA DRY
Stick around after your run and unwind at The Stampede After Party presented by Tooheys Extra
Dry. Enjoy a cool, crisp Tooheys Extra Dry as you share your tales of Stampede survival with your
mates. There’s a DJ all day too. If you are planning on drinking at the event, make sure you assign a
THE STAMPEDE MERCHANDISE
Check out The Stampede's awesome range of branded gear. There are some awesome hoodies, singlets, hats, beer
coolers and more available for sale from the merchandise tent.
LA TOMATINA (TOMATO FIGHT) AT THE STAMPEDE
Don’t miss La Tomatina (that’s Spanish for “crazy tomato fight”) at The Stampede. Why? Because it’s fun and a little
bit crazy! You’ve seen the annual La Tomatina in Spain, now it’s your turn to take part right here in Australia,
Stampede-style! There will be a few hundred kilos of squishy tomatoes to throw at one another in an enclosed area.
No head shots! La Tomatina will be held at 2pm. Meet at the start line if you wish to take part.
• The team from Supersport Images will be snapping all the action on the day and a
link to the photos will be available on The Stampede website approximately 5
days after the event for you to view and purchase. There are tens of thousands of
images to process and upload after the event, so please be patient with this
• So that the photographers can easily identify you, ensure your bib is on the front of your body.
• So that you can easily locate your photos after the event, we STRONGLY recommend writing your bib number
on your arms and forehead with the markers provided as many bibs are lost out on the course. If you don’t have
a visible bib or number, then it will make it much more difficult to locate your photos.
• You will be sent an email once the photos are ready to view approximately 5-7 days after the event so please be
PERSONAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE
The personal accident insurance arranged for this event is a basic policy and as such it is strongly recommended that
all participants take out their own private health insurance and income protection insurance before participating in
Please note The Stampede is a non-smoking event.
• Spectators are welcome to come along and watch all the action unfold however spectators must not interfere
with participants or attempt to do any of the obstacles.
• There is no entry fee for spectators to attend however spectators will be subject to the $10 parking fee per
FOOD & DRINK
• A variety of food and drink options will be available for purchase on the day including vegetarian food options.
Make sure you bring cash with you if you wish to purchase any food or drink at the event.
• The bar will be selling alcohol to those aged 18 years and over from 10am until approximately 5:30pm. Bring
photo ID with you if you wish to purchase alcohol.
• All participants will receive their choice of a free beer (over 18s only) or bottled water after their run. Free
drinks are to be collected from and consumed in the bar area.
• No drinking before your run. If you booze, you lose!
• If you are planning on drinking at the event, drink responsibly and assign a designated driver.
• No BYO alcohol is permitted in the event area.
The Stampede is only made possible by the many volunteers who donate their time to assist in coordinating the
event. Please make sure you thank all the volunteers in the registration and cloakroom tents and out on the course
when you see them. Tip: Our volunteers love receiving muddy hugs from participants.
The Stampede are proud to support CanTeen and the Heart Foundation as official event charity partners. Participants
can make a donation or raise funds for one or more of these charity event partners. If you raise over $500 for one of
these charities through the fundraising site and you'll "Run Wild" for free.
Visit thestampede2013.gofundraise.com.au to start fundraising or to make a donation. Donations over $2 are tax
deductable and you will be sent a tax receipt at a later date.
THE STAMPEDE PERTH 2014
Ready to run wild again? Tickets for The Stampede Perth for 2014 will be on sale from just $35 + fees. Tickets
available at the help desk. Cash only. This is an awesome earlybird deal that won’t be repeated.
If you receive a cut or graze at the event and signs of infection appear following the event, please seek urgent
Tetanus is a severe disease that can result in serious illness and death. Tetanus vaccination protects against the
disease even when vaccination takes place shortly after possible exposure. Infection may occur after minor injury
(sometimes unnoticed punctures to the skin that are contaminated with soil, dust or manure etc.) or after major
injuries such as open fractures, dirty or deep penetrating wounds, and burns. Tetanus is not passed on from one
person to another.
The Stampede and WA Health Department recommend all participants are up-to-date with their tetanus
vaccination either before the event or shortly after.
The event will go ahead rain, hail or glorious sunshine however the event promoter reserves the right to cancel or
postpone the event on the day in the case of dangerous weather or for any other reason.
If the event has to be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, natural disaster, acts of god, terrorism, war or
any other reason deemed reasonable by the event organisers, the event will be re-scheduled where possible. No
refunds will be issued, however the credit will be transferred to the new event date.
In the unlikely event that the event has to be cancelled or postponed, all participants will be contacted by email and
SMS, updates will be posted on The Stampede website at thestampede.com.au and Facebook page at
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
The following conditions of entry apply to all participants and visitors to The Stampede:
1. Valley Stampede Pty Ltd is a provider of recreational services and activities as defined under the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA). You are warned, acknowledge
and accept that The Stampede is an inherently dangerous place that contains all manner of risks and dangers, both known and unknown, natural and
manmade which may result in loss or damage to your property, personal injury or even death. You are aware of the hazards involved with being at The
Stampede, which due to the nature of the event include (but are not limited to), vehicle and pedestrian traffic, actions of participants and spectators,
weather conditions, animals and wildlife, hypothermia, heat exhaustion, personal injury, slippery and uneven surfaces, breakages or defects in the event
site or equipment, the failure or unsuitability of a participant’s equipment (including your own) and the remoteness of the event from medical aid and
professional assistance. You acknowledge and accept that injury may result not only from your actions (including physical exertion) but also from the actions,
omissions or negligence of other people in connection with the Stampede. Knowing this to be the case, if you choose to come onto the property where The
Stampede is held you do so entirely at your own risk and to the extent permitted by law, you release and indemnify Valley Stampede Pty Ltd (and its officers,
employees, agents and contractors) from and against any claim or liability of any nature in relation to injury or death, from you or any third party which might
arise from entry to, or the use of The Stampede site by you and any accompanying persons and/or minors regardless of how the damage, injury or death is
sustained or caused.
2. You understand that the organisers reserve the right to postpone, reschedule or cancel the festival if conditions warrant it or otherwise at the organiser’s
sole discretion, including but not limited to the following reasons: if natural or man-made emergencies make administering the festival unreasonable due to
weather conditions, natural disaster, acts of god, terrorism, war or any other reason (at the organiser’s sole discretion), and that your entry fee will be non-
3. You understand that the organiser’s public liability insurance is limited and does not (and is not required by you to) cover or protect you from any injury or
damage you cause, whether to yourself or to others, or any loss you sustain or caused by you whilst attending the festival (and before and after the festival)
and you are strongly advised to obtain, and you remain responsible for obtaining, your own insurances and cover (including full private health insurance and
adequate income protection insurance).
4. By entering this site you agree to exhibit appropriate behaviour at all times, including obeying all laws, event rules and directions of officials and understand
that your entry may be voided if your actions or behaviour, in the opinions of the organisers, have broken these rules or brought the festival into disrepute.
You further understand that the organisers reserve the right to reject any entry without having to justify their actions.
5. You acknowledge and accept that there is a risk of loss, theft, damage and destruction to your personal property at the festival and you agree that you are
solely responsible for you personal possessions and equipment before, during and after the festival (including while personal possessions are being held in the
6. By entering this site you acknowledge and accept that all prohibited items, including but not limited to, alcohol, drugs, animals, glass bottles, fire arms,
weapons, explosives and toxic substances, can be confiscated by organisers and security personnel. Furthermore, you understand that event security have the
right to check bags and persons, where they have been given reasonable evidence of suspicious behaviour including but not limited to concealing prohibited
7. You acknowledge that Valley Stampede Pty Ltd is not the owner of the festival site, which may be public land, and understand and agree that the owner of
the festival site owes no duty of care or contractual obligations to you. Some parts of the venue are not open to participants and visitors as part of The
Stampede for safety and other reasons. The Stampede visitors must not enter fenced off areas, or areas to which access is denied.
8. You acknowledge that any property or equipment (without limitation) that you bring into the Valley Stampede is at your own risk and release Valley
Stampede Pty Ltd (and its officers, employees, agents and contractors) from and against any claim or liability in relation to loss of or damage to such property,
even where such loss or damage is caused by negligence, default or breach of contract by Valley Stampede Pty Ltd (or its officers, employees, agents and
9. You accept the event policies relating to communications, search, rescue and medical aid arrangements and all other policies published by the organisers
and each of which will be made available on your request.
10. Unauthorised soliciting and customer surveying is not permitted at The Stampede and/or on the property. Valley Stampede Pty Ltd reserved the right to
remove any unauthorised personnel from the property and/or its surrounding perimeter for any reason at any time.
11. You grant permission to Valley Stampede Pty Ltd (and its affiliates and contractors) to record and photograph your involvement in the event (the
“Recordings”) and to use such recordings (including all content on those recordings) in the media and for any other purpose without your consent or crediting
you and without payment and or compensation to you. The Recordings are the sole property of Valley Stampede Pty Ltd to use for any purpose, including but
not limited to promoting, advertising and marketing activities. To the extent you may own the Recordings or any content in the Recordings, you hereby assign
the Recordings and such content to Valley Stampede Pty Ltd.
12. In consideration of being allowed to enter The Stampede event site, you (on your own behalf and on behalf of your executors, administrators, heirs, next of
kin, successors and assigns):
(a) to the maximum extent permitted by law, agree that Valley Stampede Pty Ltd including its officers employees, agents, events sponsors, volunteers,
community organisations, all State, Federal and Local Government authorities in which jurisdiction the event may be staged and the owners, licensees or
occupiers of any property which you enter and their respective officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, sponsors, representatives, agents,
members and volunteers, including medical and paramedical personnel are not liable to any person whether in contract, tort, under statute or otherwise for
any injury, loss, damage, death, economic loss whatsoever suffered by you, whether consequential, direct or indirect, caused by or connected with your
participation in the activity (collectively referred to as the “harm”), including harm suffered by you due to any person’s negligence; and
(b) irrevocably indemnify and hold harmless the persons or entities mentioned in paragraph 12.(a) (“the organisers”) from any and all liabilities, claims
or actions (including for negligence) whatever or however caused, arising as a result or in connection with, directly or indirectly, your attendance at and
travelling to and from the event, including any claim by you (or your team’s) support crew or any person assisting you or your team.
13. You understand that this participant waiver constitutes a “risk warning” under the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA)
Wooroloo Prison Farm
Saturday 4th May 2013
EMERGENCY & EVACUATION MAP
EVENT HUB & EVENT
CONTROL CENTRE (ECC)
Wooroloo Prison Farm
Saturday 4th May 2013
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROCEDURE
Colour Code Emergency Type & Response Actions
Fire or Explosion
1. Remain Calm, Assess the situation and notify the ECC or a staff member.
2. Evacuate personnel to the nearest assembly or safe area and await instruction from
ECC or staff.
3. Render first aid if qualified and attempt to extinguish the fire if safe to do so.
4. Prevent persons from entering the danger zone and keep ECC updated until
1. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS FROM ECC, STAFF, SECURITY AND/OR POLICE
2. You will be advised which evacuation route to take and/or which assembly point to
3. Assist fellow participants/staff to evacuate site
Internal Emergency (e.g. structural failure, chemical spill)
1. Remain calm and notify the ECC or a staff member
2. Assess the situation and evacuate personnel to the nearest assembly point or safe
3. Render first aid, if qualified
4. Prevent other persons from entering the danger zone until assistance arrives
5. Keep the ECC updated
Bomb or Substance Threat
1. Remain calm and notify the ECC or a staff member
2. Evacuate personnel to the nearest assembly or safe area and await instruction from
ECC or staff
3. Prevent persons from entering the danger zone and keep ECC updated until
Security Personal Threat
1. Remain calm and notify the ECC, staff member or security
2. Follow instructions received by ECC and/or security personnel
External Emergency (e.g. severe weather, traffic incident)
1. Remain calm and notify the ECC or a staff member (if applicable)
2. Follow instructions received by ECC and/or security and event personnel
3. Remain calm and notify the ECC or a staff member
4. Assess the situation and advise ECC of the nature of the injury, render first aid if
5. Isolate cause of injury and evacuate people to nearest safe area if required
6. Control and contain the area and continue first aid until assistance arrives
Valley Stampede Pty Ltd ABN: 80 119 494 192 69 Cooks Rd, Glenworth Valley NSW 2250
Ph: 02 4375 1222 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.thestampede.com.au
Agreement, waiver, release of claims, warning of risk and assumption of risk
You must read this document carefully before signing. This waiver has important legal consequences and may
limit or eliminate the ability of you or your representatives to bring future legal actions or obtain
compensation, including in the event of your injury or death. It is condition of entry into and participation in
The Stampede that you accept these conditions. If you do not accept all of the below conditions, you must not
enter or participate in The Stampede.
Participant’s Name: Date of Birth:
Phone (H): Phone (M): Phone:
I understand that, by signing below, I am legally agreeing to all of the following statements in exchange for being permitted to participate in The Stampede.
1. I acknowledge and accept that participating in The Stampede is an inherently dangerous activity that represents a significant risk of physical injury or harm, which will involve
all manner of extreme obstacles and activities (both natural and man made), including but not limited to climbing, rope swings, running, swimming, extended submersion
under water, mud and water activities, running amongst cows, being exposed to electric shocks and other obviously or inherently risky activities (Dangerous Activities).
2. I understand and agree that participation in the Dangerous Activities that comprise the Stampede, separately and cumulatively, constitute a “dangerous recreational activity”
under the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA) and that participation in The Stampede involves a significant risk of physical or mental harm or injury (including permanent disability
and/or death). I am aware of the hazards involved in participating in The Stampede, which due to the nature of the event include (but are not limited to), vehicle and
pedestrian traffic, actions of participants and spectators, weather conditions, animals and wildlife, hypothermia, heat exhaustion, personal injury, slippery and uneven
surfaces, breakages or defects in the event site or equipment, or the failure or unsuitability of a participant’s equipment (including my own). I acknowledge and accept that
injury may result not only from my actions (including physical exertion) but also from the actions, omissions or negligence of other people in connection with the Stampede.
3. I warrant I have sufficient and necessary competence, experience and equipment to participate in all aspects of The Stampede in a manner safe to myself and others. I
acknowledge that further risks of participating in the event include, but are not limited to, the remoteness of the event from medical aid and professional assistance.
4. I understand that I am strongly advised to consult a medical practitioner prior to participating in The Stampede, especially if I am pregnant, disabled, or have recently suffered
any illness, injury or impairment. I agree that it is my responsibility to determine whether I am sufficiently fit, healthy, skilled and physically trained (including being able to
swim 50 meters) to safely participate in The Stampede, and I undertake to withdraw from The Stampede and not participate if on the date of the event I am not in good health
and proper physical condition. I warrant that I have no physical, medical or mental conditions of which I am aware or should be aware that would affect my ability to safely
participate in The Stampede, or that would result in my participation creating a risk of danger to myself or others, which is greater than the risk assumed by a healthy person of
a similar age as me. I further warrant I have not been advised or cautioned by a medical practitioner not to participate in the event.
5. I understand and agree that in the first instance I am responsible for the provision of first aid to myself and those around me. I am responsible for my and my team’s timely
removal from the course to a medical facility, if needs be. I also give my consent to receive any first aid and medical treatment which may be deemed advisable in the event of
accident, injury and/or illness as a result of my involvement in The Stampede.
6. I acknowledge that Valley Stampede Pty Ltd is not the owner of the event site, which may include public land, and understand and agree that the owner of the event site owes
no duty of care or contractual obligations to me.
7. I acknowledge and accept that there is a risk of loss, theft, damage and destruction to my personal property at the event. I agree that I am solely responsible for my personal
possessions and equipment before, during and after the event.
8. In consideration of being allowed to participate in The Stampede, I (on my own behalf and on behalf of my executors, administrators, heirs, next of kin, successors and assigns):
(a) to the maximum extent permitted by law, agree that Valley Stampede Pty Ltd including its officers employees, agents, events sponsors, volunteers, community
organisations, all State, Federal and Local Government authorities in which jurisdiction the event may be staged and the owners, licensees or occupiers of any property
which I enter and their respective officers, directors, employees, independent contractors, sponsors, representatives, agents, members and volunteers, including medical
and paramedical personnel are not liable to any person whether in contract, tort, under statute or otherwise for any injury, loss, damage, death, economic loss
whatsoever suffered by me, whether consequential, direct or indirect, caused by or connected with my participation in the activity (collectively referred to as the “harm”),
including harm suffered by me due to any person’s negligence; and
(b) irrevocably indemnify and hold harmless the persons or entities mentioned in paragraph 8.(a) (“the organisers”) from any and all liabilities, claims or actions (including for
negligence) whatever or however caused, arising as a result or in connection with, directly or indirectly, my participation in and travelling to and from the event, including
any claim by my (or my team’s) support crew or any person assisting me or my team.
9. I accept the event policies relating to communications, search, rescue and medical aid arrangements and all other policies published by the organisers and each of which will be
made available on my request.
10. I understand that the organisers’ public liability insurance is limited and does not (and is not required by me to) cover or protect me from any injury or damage I cause, whether
to me or to others, or any loss I sustain or caused by me whilst participating in the event (and before and after the event) and I am strongly advised to obtain, and I remain
responsible for obtaining, my own insurances and cover (including full private health insurance and adequate income protection insurance).
11. I understand that the organisers reserve the right to alter the advertised course, close or withdraw obstacles, to postpone, reschedule or cancel the event at the organisers’
sole discretion, including for the following reasons: if natural or man-made emergencies make administering the event unreasonable due to weather conditions, natural
disaster, acts of god, terrorism, war or any other reason (at the organisers’ sole discretion), and that my entry fee will be non-refundable.
12. I agree to act appropriately at all times at the event, including obeying all laws, regulations, event rules and directions of officials and I understand that my entry may be voided
if through my actions or behaviour, in the opinions of the organisers, I have broken these rules, any law or regulation or brought the event into disrepute. I further understand
that the organisers reserve the right to reject any entry without having to justify or give reasons for their actions.
13. I grant permission to Valley Stampede Pty Ltd (and its affiliates or contractors) to record and photograph my involvement in the event (the “Recordings”) and to use such
Recordings (including all content on those Recordings) in any media and for any purpose without my consent or crediting me and without payment and/or compensation to
me. The Recordings are the sole property of Valley Stampede Pty Ltd to use for any purpose, including but not limited to promoting, advertising and marketing activities. To
the extent I may own the Recordings or any content in the Recordings, I hereby assign the Recordings and such content to Valley Stampede Pty Ltd.
14. I understand that this participant waiver constitutes a “risk warning” under the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA).
I have read and fully understand the above important information, warning of risk, assumption of risk, waiver and release of claims.
Only complete this section if you are a parent of a participant under the age of 18
I, the parent/guardian of the above named participant, herby grant my permission for the participant to participate in The Stampede and the event. I have carefully read and
understand, accept and agree to the terms on this Participant Waiver and have explained its terms to the participant and warrant that the participant understands and accepts the
terms of this Participant Waiver. I agree to the terms on my own free act and deed.
PARENT/GUARDIAN NAME (printed) PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE DATE