FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy?
The Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy is a network of permanently installed timed courses that feature 5 different sports at different locations. Start at any time and as often as you like!
Who can participate in the Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy?
The Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy is designed for all those who like to exercise:
- Newcomers, re-entrants, occasional sportsmen, athletes, professionals
- School classes
- Clubs, corporations, organisations
Which sports can I participate in?
- Zug Running-Trophy (Circuit with the same start and finish line): Running, walking, Nordic walking
- Zug Mountain-Trophy (Mountainous course with start in the valley and finish line on the mountain): cycling, mountain biking, running, walking, Nordic walking
Where can I participate?
- Zug Running-Trophy: Circuit with the same start and finish line, 6 locations
- Zug Mountain-Trophy: Mountainous course with start in the valley and finish line on the mountain, 6 locations
What happens to my result?
In an interval of one to two days (participation with time card) respectively immediately (participation with Smartphone) your time is registered and published in the ranking list. Please note: it may be published in the media.
What trophy categories are there?
Do you want to participate in several locations or in several sports? We run a variety of overall classifications: running-, mountain-, uphill-, club-, multi-starter trophy.
How is safety taken into account?
All participants are responsible for their own safety. The majority of courses run along public roads and normal road traffic regulations apply. For cycling and biking participants a helmet is mandatory!
What infrastructure is available to me as part of the Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy?
Information about travel by public and private means of transport, wardrobes, etc. will be posted at the various locations.
Who organises the Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy?
The organisation of the Raiffeisen Zuger-Trophy is the responsibility of the sports association carpediem. Statutes, paragraph 2: "The purpose of the association is to promote sporting activities through the organisation and implementation of regional and superregional events for endurance athletes. Thereby promoting the health benefits of endurance sports, as well as organising sporting and social events for members."
In each municipality, a local association is responsible for the setup and dismantling of the course, its maintenance as well as the recording of times.