Covid-19 Update on start procedures

We have been having a long and hard think about how to start events and keep you all safe and socially distanced. We have come to the conclusion that it might better to start you between given times rather than in waves. We have come to this decision with lots of help,  advice and discussions with various people and other event companies.

We feel this would be the best way to ensure there is no crowding at the start of events.

For example:-

Ultra distance starts between 7am and 8am – You can arrive at any time and start as soon as you are ready between these hours.

Marathon distance starts between 8am and 9am.

Half Marathon distance starts between 9am and 10am

10/12/ 14k distance starts between 10am and 11am

Your race number will be sent out to you in the post prior to the event (Apart from our Dartmoor event, your numbers will be collected on the day, on your arrival, so your start windows will be slightly different-pease refer to the runner information email when you receive it). The numbers will contain your timing chip, so your time will start as soon as you cross that line, nobody will be able to get a head start! It means you will literally be able to park up, get ready and head to the start line and begin your challenge.

We hope this makes sense.

Choose your start time, avoid the crowds and enjoy your run!