Race Numbers and Timings
Details of the 2021 Race Number will appear here in due course. In the meantime, please find below details of the 2020 event under strict covid-secure procedures.
All race numbers will be posted out on Monday 14th September. If you have an issue with your race number such as it being damaged or lost, you must contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the cut-off time of 8pm on Saturday 19th September. This year, we will not be dealing with reissuing damaged or lost race packs on race day.
Your race number includes your “CALL” and “START WAVE” times. “CALL” time = when you will be called to start Holding Area 1. “WAVE START” time = when your race number group of 100 will gradually be set off from the start line in waves of 9 runners every 15 seconds. Please listen to announcements in the Race Village before moving into the start Holding Area 1.
The suggested arrival time, recommended time for toilet use, CALL TIME, and START WAVE and are specified as follows:
|Race Number||Suggested arrival time||Recommended Toilet Time||CALL TIME||START WAVE|
|1-99||08:15||08:45 – 08:55||09:15||09:30|
|100-199||08:20||08:55 – 09:05||09:28||09:35|
|200-299||08:25||09:05 – 09:15||09:33||09:40|
|300-399||08:30||09:15 – 09:25||09:38||09:45|
|400-499||08:35||09:25 – 09:35||09:43||09:50|
|500-580||08:40||09:35 – 09:45||09:48||09:55|
Race numbering is based on predicted finish times and it is not possible for these to be changed. The results are based on chip time only so runners will not be disadvantaged.