Alton Water Run

Kingsfleet Wealth 5k

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 Chip-timed race

  ***PLEASE NOTE: IN LINE WITH BRITISH ATHLETICS RULING, NO HEADPHONES ARE ALLOWED. RUNNERS WEARING HEADPHONES WILL BE DISQUALIFIED***

 

Online entry TBC

Age range – 11+

Race start time – TBC

Arrival – Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time to register – MINIMUM 30 minutes before start time. For chip-timed races, registration closes 15 minutes before the start. Please allow for this, as registration is very busy!

Prizes:

TBC

Find your result after the race at http://www.chiptiminguk.co.uk/alton-water-5k2

 

Route –

5k Alton Water Run

5k

What to bring – Bring your registration email and 4 safety pins.                                           

What to wear – Be sure to wear something comfortable to run in and proper running shoes.                                                                                                                                     

Diet – We suggest you have a light breakfast at least 2 hours before your race. Sip water through the morning so you are well hydrated.

Race number – All numbers are collected on the day. Come to the 5k registration desk and look for your surname. Collect your race number and timing chip to fix to your trainers. Please ensure this is returned after the race! On the back of your number it will state that you should not run if feeling unwell. This is the responsibility of runners (and their parents).

Warm-ups – Start warming up at least 15 minutes before your race. This will help you to avoid injury.

Water stations – Keep yourself hydrated! There is a water station at the finish.

How to attach timing chip –

AWR will be using set timing/finishing guidelines from the UK Athletics for use of chip timing:

“When a chip timing system is used, the official time for published results under UKA Rules is normally that of the ‘Gun Time’ – ie the time taken by an athlete to complete the course from the moment the start ‘gun’ was sounded until he/she crosses the finish line.”