We love our fans – participants, spectators, sponsors, and volunteers – and work hard to create a safe, enjoyable event for everyone. In order to preserve the best environment possible, we reserve the right to ask any individuals who detract from that goal to leave the premises immediately.
Though we don’t have a long list of rules and regulations, we do expect everyone to use common courtesy on and off the course and follow some simple guidelines:
We pride ourselves on being a family-friendly event. Please don’t wear clothes with profane, vulgar, or offensive language or graphics, or anything that is overly revealing.
Goliathon is a dry event, as dictated by our insurance policy. If you intend to drink to celebrate your accomplishments (or to forget about your pain), please wait until after you leave the event grounds.
Cheer each other on. Lend a hand (unless it’s during an attempt on G2 or G3). Don’t smoke, use foul language, or engage in unruly behavior. Rude or offensive comments will not be tolerated and could result in immediate removal from the event grounds.
When in doubt, our Mission Control staff (in the orange shirts) can be found at Registration, Starting Corral, Finish Line, and throughout the course. These staff members have the authority to make decisions on questions that arise on event day. They also know how to reach the Mission Command team (in the red shirts) for any final decisions that need to be made. So be smart and have fun.