Data Protection

The protection of personal data is important to us and is also required by law. As your service provider, we process personal data in accordance with data protection regulations. The following overview will inform you about the most important aspects.

Persons Responsible

Österreichischer Frauenlauf GmbH
Barmherzigengasse 17/5/69
A-1030 Vienna
Phone: +43 1 713 87 86 - 0
Fax: +43 1 713 87 86 - 16
E-mail:

Company registration number: FN 338598p
Commercial register court: Commercial Court Vienna
Headquarters: Vienna
UID no.: ATU 65393077
Authority according to ECG: District Municipal Office for the 3rd District
Member of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce

Data Protection Officer

No data protection officer has been appointed, as there is no legal necessity!

Purpose of Data Processing

To process the existing contractual relationship, participation in one of our events, activities or services (e.g. ASICS Austrian Women’s Run, Women’s Fun Run, She+He Run, Women’s Run Training, organized arrival, etc.), we process the data provided by you personally at the time of each registration, including text documents automatically generated and archived for this purpose, registration confirmations, invoices and other correspondence.

Legal Foundation

Contractual relationship, legal obligation, legitimate interests

Processed Data Categories

Registration data as well as data required for the processing of the respective contractual relationship.

Data protection

Since its foundation, Österreichische Frauenlauf GmbH has attached great importance to the protection of personal data and has taken numerous organisational and technical measures to protect data.

Payments are made directly on the secure website of a professional payment service provider! This means that we do not store any account or credit card data!

Duration of Data Storage

The data shall be stored for the duration of the contractual relationship and after termination of the contractual relationship for at least as long as statutory retention periods or guarantee, warranty or limitation periods are in force.

Disclosure of Data to Third Parties

We store and process the personal and other data transmitted or disclosed to us only to the extent that it is related to and necessary for the execution of the contractual relationship. Data will only be shared on the basis of the DSGVO to the extent necessary for the execution of the contract (e.g. payment transactions, preparation of invitation mailings, starting documents and results, emergency first aid, etc.), based on a legal justification (e.g. accounting, tax office) or a legitimate interest.

Recipient Categories

Possible recipients of data may be: third parties involved in the business transaction, such as payment service providers, credit card companies, payment transaction service providers, order processors for personalization, timekeepers, rescue services, tax authorities, accountants and tax consultants, lawyers, companies commissioned to support our internal IT infrastructure (software, hardware).

Data Transferability

There is no right to data transferability.

Source of Data

The data is collected and recorded by ourselves in connection with the business relationship or as disclosed to us by the participant or customer.

No provision is made for the transfer to recipients in a third country (outside the EU) or to an international organisation.

There is no contractual or legal requirement for you to provide your information and there is no obligation to do so. The data is, however, necessary for the contractual relationship to be carried out properly.

As a data subject, you have the fundamental right to information, rectification, deletion, limitation and opposition. Please contact us to exercise your rights:

Österreichischer Frauenlauf GmbH
1030 Wien, Barmherzigengasse 17/5/69
Email:
Tel: 0043-(1)71387860

If you believe that the processing of your data violates data protection law or that your data protection claims have otherwise been violated in any way, you are free to lodge a complaint with the data protection authority.