Regent's Park Half Marathon (Intermediate) - Sunday 14 June 2020

Regent's Park Half Marathon (Intermediate) - Sunday 14 June 2020

Neighbourhood
Location
The Hub, The Regent's Park
The Outer Circle
NW1 4RU
London
Event time
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Cost
£23.00
Affiliated
£25.00
Unaffiliated
Date
14 Jun 2020
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Running alongside London Zoo, lucky runners will spot camels, giraffes or even some big cats, while other sections of the course take you past the tranquil boating lake, floral gardens and centuries-old statues and monuments.

With the start / finish line situated next to The Hub - the park's largest cafe and changing facility, and acres of open space for relaxing and recovering with friends, you'll be able to make a great trip out to celebrate one of your fastest half marathon times, recorded by timing chip on this official UK Athletics licensed and measured course.

There's no finish line feeling quite like The Regent's Park!

Race Details

When: Sunday 14 June 2020 at 09:00.

THIS RACE HAS A STRICT 2 AND A HALF HOUR LIMIT AND IS RECOMMENDED FOR RUNNERS OF INTERMEDIATE ABILITY ONLY.

Where: The Hub, The Regent's Park, The Outer Circle, London. NW1 4RU.

Pricing: GBP 25 Unaffiliated, GBP 23 Affiliated, GBP 0 Gold Members.

Entry on the Day: Subject to a GBP 2 surcharge (cash only, subject to availability).

Age Requirements: Participants must be aged 17 or over on the day of the race

Registration: From 08:00 to 08:45.

Race Numbers: For collection at registration on the day only, numbers will not be posted. To be fastened to the front of your top using safety pins provided at registration, your number should be visible at all times. Your timing chip is attached to the back of your number and should not be removed.

Timing: Chip-timed.

Route: The course consists of 5-laps, all on tarmac or hard gravel pathway. Since this race has a strict time-limit of 2 hours, it is only suitable for runners of intermediate ability. Please always be vigilant of other runners, spectators, dogs, cyclists and other users of public footpaths and rights of way.

Spectators: Spectators can watch from anywhere on the course and will see runners pass five times wherever they are situated.

Licensing: Licensed with UK Athletics, and results submitted to Run Britain within a week of the race.