Before the race
Parking: Parking for the event is in the Village Hall car park; much of this will be on grass.
Registration and general enquiries: located within the Village Hall GL54 5RW which is also race head quarters will open at 07.45hrs on race day.
Changing: There are limited changing, facilities for both women and men runners in the Village Hall. Men will be using the hall whilst women will have the use of the small changing rooms. There are no showers
Your running number will be issued on the day, at Temple Guiting Village Hall; you will need to register by no later than 9:15am. Write your name, contact details in the event of an emergency and any relevant medical information on the back of your race number which should be pinned at each corner and visible on the front of your clothing during the race.
Assemble for the briefing in the village hall at 9:20am allowing plenty of time to get to the start, although we plan to walk competitors to the start at 09.30hrs.
During the race
Runners are responsible for counting their own laps; to assist you we are adapting a system used in triathlons. You will be giving a arm band at the end of each lap these should be placed around your wrist when the marathon runners have 3 bands they will turn right at the T junction and left into the village hall car park to the finish once the Ultra 35.35 mile runners have received 4 bands they will turn right at the T junction and will be directed to the finish which is approximately 68 metres off the main loop.
Note that judges will be listing numbers as runners pass the end of each lap and will attempt to assist with lap counting.
RUNNERS MUST KEEP TO THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE ROAD FOR THE WHOLE OF THE RACE. Running on the right could invalidate your insurance cover and causes danger to other road users. Do not cause concerns by running 3 or more abreast and, at the same time, crossing to the right to cut corners causing danger to themselves and other road users; follow the advice of marshals and if running in groups keep two abreast and on the left side. Should you be seen running in a way that may cause danger then you risk disqualification.
The race is run, anti clockwise, entirely on rural country lanes, which are not normally busy. The roads are not all in perfect condition, so be aware of potholes and other surface irregularities. This is an agricultural area, so expect some occasional mud and other substances to be on the road. Baggage can be left in the changing rooms you must accept any risk.
In the interest of your own safety and that of your fellow runners you will not be allowed to run wearing an MP3 player or portable audio device (ipod or similar) you will be disqualified. The roads will not be closed to traffic and you will not be fully aware of traffic around you. Neither will you hear the instructions from marshals or the police.
Marshals will be sited at all significant turning points to look after runnersí safety so please follow and comply with their requests at all times. Mile signs are at every mile up to 10 miles and then at regular intervals.
Drink stations are every 3 miles approximately and will have water with High 5 at the 3 and 6 mile stations.
We wish you a successful race and hope you perform to your best and achieve your expectations at this distance.
Notice to runnersí supporters - no cars or bicycles on course
Because of the road narrowness around the course, supporters are asked not to travel around the course in cars Runners support stations can be set up by the feeding stations. (See course map for location)
Refreshments: Fresh Coffee, selection of Teas, Hot Chocolate, Bacon Sandwiches, Brownies, Crisps and fruit will be available from Chris Kingshott.
Presentation of awards: will take place at approximately 14:00hrs or earlier if possible, for the first three positions. A Medal and Tech T Shirt will be given to every Finisher.
The range of prizes (subject to entries) will be as follows: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Man and Woman, 1st Female Vet 40 and Male Vet 40 and then first in the subsequent 10 year age groups (depending on entries) Cotswold Marathon Road Relay 1st,2nd,3rd Teams Men/Women (depending on entries)
Very grateful thanks to St Johns Ambulance for medical support and those friends and members of Gloucestershire AAA, Royal British legion Hardwicke, Gloucester A.C. Tewkesbury A.C. and friends of Tewkesbury who have kindly volunteered their services.
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