*  Respect for the
environment

Races take place in fragile natural environments. All players involved with trail-running races, runners, organisers, partners, accompanying persons make a commitment to protect the natural equilibrium.

Organisers of trail-running races must do all they can to reduce the negative impact linked to the running of their races. They make a commitment by sharing information and making efforts to educate in order to contribute to the general awareness of the natural environment’s fragility.
Each organiser will identify the environmental risks engendered by their event and propose concrete actions to reduce the risks to the minimum. They will encourage the use of public transport or car-sharing and limit, as much as they can, the use of other motorised equipment.
Each runner makes a commitment to adopt the most relevant behaviour to minimize his or her impact on the terrain through which he or she passes.

Together, the members of the trail-running community act as ambassadors for the promotion and conservation of natural environments.

Organization

ITRA is composed of members from various backgrounds, united by a passion for trail running within a non-profit association founded in July 2013.

The ITRA bodies

As a non-profit association, the ITRA is composed of:
  • a Steering Committee, elected by the members of the General Assembly composed of ITRA members, which supervises the activities of the association. 
  • an Executive Board which manages the activities initiated by the ITRA operational team.
The ITRA Steering Committee is composed of:
  • 3 permanent members
  • 8 organizing members
  • 4 regular runner members
  • 2 elite runner members
The Executive Board is composed of:
  • 1 President
  • 4 Vice-presidents
  • 1 Treasurer
  • 1 General secretary 
The members of the Executive Board are drawn from the Management Committee and elected by it.

Consult the association's statutes
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The ITRA operational team

ITRA's operational team is your privileged interlocutor. It implements ITRA's daily actions to promote the trail running and support its actors.

The ITRA members

ITRA members are individuals or entities who have joined ITRA by paying an annual membership fee. Organizing Members and Running Members elect their National Representatives every 4 years.

    Permanent members :

All trail running actors, they are at the origin of the creation of ITRA, and signatories of the ITRA constitution:   
 
  • Didier Curdy
  • Arnaud de Stael
  • Jean-Marc Garcia
  • Carlos Garcia Prieto
  • Bernard Landrein
  • Nicolas Mermoud
  • José Carlos Morais dos Santos
  • Alessandra Nicoletti
  • Fabrice Perrin
  • Jean-Charles Perrin
  • Catherine Poletti
  • Michel Poletti
  • Pierre Sallet
  • Hervé Simon.

    Organizing members 

    Representatives of entities, associative or not, that regularly organize trail running competitions.

    Running Members

    A natural person, whether or not licensed with a national sports federation, who has participated in a trail running event at least once in the 24 months preceding the day of his or her membership of the ITRA.

    Honorary members

    Honorary Membership is granted by the Executive Board to any person who has rendered significant services to ITRA. These members are exempt from paying a membership fee and have no voting rights at the ITRA General Assembly.