Personalise your fantastic medal with an iTaB. If you ordered your iTaB whilst entering the race, just collect your medal at the finish line and your iTaB will arrive in the post a few days later engraved with your Name and Finish Time. The iTaB fits perfectly onto the ribbon of your medal and is a great way to celebrate your achievement.
If you still need to order your iTaB, engraved with your name and finish time, just CLICK HERE any time to personalise your medal.
Mitchell Green from MG Performance will be providing pre- and post-race massages. A 15 minute massage costs £10.00. Simply visit the massage tent either before or following your race.
For further information or to contact Mitchell direct, please choose any of the following:-
call: 07413 680028
facebook page: MG Performance
If you are interested in treatment outside of the event, Mitchell is available for sports massage and is based in High Wycombe but also provides ‘mobile sports massage’ at your home*.
Whether it is for general muscle maintenance as part of your training regime, injury prevention, injury rehab, pre- and/or post-competition maintenance, etc.
Prices: 1 hour - £40, 30 mins - £25, 1 hour (mobile) - £50
If interested, get in touch now for £5 off your first session!**
*Within 15 miles of High Wycombe
**All first sessions must be 1 hour to allow time for consultation and postural assessment
BEFORE THE RACE
How can I enter the event? Please go to the 'Enter Race' button on the race website
When will entries close? Two weeks before event day
Can I enter over the phone? Yes - we can usually take payments over the phone
Are there entries on the day? Yes – unless the event is sold out beforehand. Please check the website or call us to check a couple of days before. A surcharge of £3 will be charged on the day
How do I know if my online entry worked? You will receive an automated confirmation by email
What are the withdrawal and refund details? Please see terms and conditions on the event website
Can I transfer my entry to another athlete? Yes – up until 3 weeks before event day. Please see the terms and conditions on the event website
How/when do I receive my race pack? No race packs will be sent out in the post – you can pick up your race pack from registration on Saturday or Sunday (event day). Details are in the 'Competitor Information Pack'
I ran in the inaugural race in 2011 - how do I make sure I get my usual race number? You will automatically receive your original race number - you do not need to do anything
Can I give my race number to someone else? No sorry – this is absolutely not allowed. If there should be a medical emergency it is vital that we know who is taking part under each event number
Are there any age restrictions? You must be at least 17 years of age on event day
I am ill, injured or unable to take part - what do I do? Please see the Terms and Conditions on the Event Website
I can't take part in the event, can I get a refund? Please see the Terms and Conditions on the Event Website
Am I allowed to raise money for a nominated charity? The race’s nominated charity is The Link Foundation and they would be delighted if you would consider fundraising for them (please go to their website to contact them). However, you are of course welcome to raise money for whichever charity you choose
ON THE DAY
Where is the start/finish? Outside the Town Hall, St Ives Rd, Maidenhead, Berkshire
Is there parking? Yes there is plenty of free town centre parking – please see the Competitor Information Pack' for details
How do I get there? Full directions can be found in the Competitor Information Pack'
What is the nearest station to the start? Maidenhead Railway Station – a short 5 mins walk
What time should I arrive on the day? Registration opens at 07:45 and the events both start at 09:30am. We recommend that you arrive as early as possible to avoid last minute panics
What will I be given on the day? You will receive your race number and your chip. Your race number should be pinned with four safety pins to the FRONT of your running top. Please do not obscure it at any time. If you don’t have safety pins, there will be some at registration. Your chip may be on the back of your number or it may be a tie-on chip – you will be given full instructions when you receive it
Is there anywhere I can leave my bag while I'm competing? Yes, there will be a baggage drop near to the start
Are there toilets available? Yes, there will be toilet provision on-site
Are there showers? Sorry, no showers
What other facilities are there? There will be toilets, catering outlets for both before and after your race, massage tent, etc, in the race village
Are there toilets along the route of the course? There are no event toilets along the course
Can I wear headphones? We do not advise that you wear headphones – it is important that you can hear Marshals instructions and are aware of other runners and your surroundings. However, we do not ban them
Is there any first aid on the course? There is full medical back-up for the event
Are there any water stations on the course? Yes, you will pass water stations 4 times during the race and there will be water at the finish
How does the event start work? All competitors should assemble behind the start line according to the time they expect to complete – there will be time boards to help you. Please get into position in plenty of time
Is there a time limit on finishing the race? There is no official cut-off time, however marshals will be stood down after 3 hours and road closures may be lifted. If you are still running after 3 hours, please follow signage carefully and run on the pavements
AFTER THE RACE
When and where will the results be published? Results will be published on the 'Results' tab on the event website as soon as possible after the event
Where can I find photos afterwards? Photos will be published on the 'RDetails' tab on the event website as soon as possible after the event
Are there food or refreshments at the event? Yes, you will be able to buy coffee, tea, food, etc, before and after the race
Are there any prizes? Yes – prizes are awarded to the first three male & female finishers plus first male and female veteran in each race distance, plus 1st local male/female
Will I get a medal at the finish? Yes all runners completing the race will receive a fantastic finishers medal!
FAMILY FUN RUN
What time does the Family Fun Run start? Right after the main half marathon has gone off – approx 09:35
Where does it start & finish? Under the main purple gantry in St Ives Rd – exactly the same as the half marathon
What is the distance? 1.5 miles
What age do you have to be? Any age! Adults and children welcome. NOTE: children 8yrs or under must be accompanied by a registered paying adult
Is it chip-timed? Yes
When and where should we pick up race packs? You can pick up your race pack from registration either on the Saturday or the Sunday (race day) – details are in the Competitor Information Pack'
Are there prizes for the Family Fun Run? Yes, there are prizes - Please see the 'Competitor Information Pack'on the event website for details
Do Fun Runners receive a medal? Yes each Fun Runner receives a finishers medal
Can I and/or my child enter on the day? Yes, we will be taking late entries on the Saturday & Sunday (race day) at a cost of £9 - details are in the ‘Competitor Information Pack'
Is the route safe and traffic-free? Yes, you will be using a section of the main half-marathon route which will be traffic-free