Each team is responsible for moving themselves around the course -you can read more details on this here.
Exact arrival times can vary from event to event. We normally send out a "RACE WEEK UPDATE" email to all entrants 3-4 days prior to the event with race specific notes on it. In general, if you have already registrered (so you have your race number and timing chip) then you should arrive at the [...]
At most events we will have a designated Gear Tent where you can leave your things. In most cases the tent is not manned but even if it is, items are accepted on an "all care, no responsibility" basis. If you have valuables, leave them in your car. The registration tent will operate a Key [...]
The safety briefing is a short announcement made by the Race Director approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of each race. It includes extremely important safey information about the event and will include any late changes to the course or other important arrangements. It is compulsory that all competitors attend the safety briefing and [...]
The timing tag is an electronic transponder which you tie into your shoelaces before you start the event. Timing mats at the start, finish and sometimes on the course will record your time for the race results. If you do not wear your timing tag in the manner prescribed, we may not be able to [...]
The course will be clearly marked and most changes of direction will include directional arrows and/or an event marshal. Running Events pride ourselves in producing high quality events with clearly marked course. Nevertheless, it is important that you familiarise yourself with the course prior to the event. You will find detailed and highly accurate course [...]
A presentation ceremony will take place after all our events where we acknoweldge the best performances of the day as well as giving away some fantastic spot prizes in a random draw. You must be present to claim a spot prize. Details of Merit Awards are available on the "Race Info" menu above.
There are no specific rules against wheelchairs or pushchairs. All we ask is that you ensure that the wheelchair or pushchair does not encumber any of the other competitors. This is particularly important at the start of the event where everyone is grouped together. Most of the legs take place on open state highways and [...]