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River Thames Half Common Questions

Below are common questions that you may have.

If you have any questions that are not below please contact us and we will get back to you.

Sunday 29th October 2023 at 8.30am.

You can collect your race number on the morning of the race or from Weybridge Sports, 44 High St, Weybridge KT13 8BL from Saturday 21st October (11am onwards)

Click here for final instructions.

Standard Entry:

Entries are closing soon!
 
[From
2nd February, 2023
26th October, 2023 @ 11:59 pm]
Club Entry:
£31.50 +
£2.50 Transaction fee
= £34.00
Non Club Entry:
£33.50 +
£2.50 Transaction fee
= £36.00

We will have toilets at the start, at 2 miles, 5miles, and 12miles. 

Parking information can be found here

Yes, you can run for any cause of your choice. Once you have your place you can contact that charity direct.

If you enter through a Public Entry place you do not have to fundraise, however many runners do and enjoy this experience.

When your ready start your gofundme page and get fundraising. Click here

Water stations will be 3miles, 5.5miles, 8.5miles and 11.5miles.

Race entries are NOT TRANSFERABLE and NON-DEFERABLE. We do not permit a change of race number. A full refund will only be offered within 14 days of payment. After this there will be NO REFUNDS, DEFERRALS TO NEXT YEAR OR TRANSFERS TO ANOTHER RUNNER.

Our friendly baggage team will be waiting for you to collect your baggage. Please provide your own bags. 

Race village will be at Wilde Brunch Cafe, Cowey Sale, Shepperton, Walton-on-Thames KT12 1QP

The race will start on Walton Bridge but entry will be via the Thames Path. 

River Thames Half course map: Click here

Yes, using ipico timing chips that go on your shoes.

You place your ipico chip on your shoe. Please see example in previous final instructions document.

Sorry, this goes against our health and safety regulations and breaks our public liability insurance. We are responsible for our registered runners only and require emergency information incase something happens.

Sadly no.

The River Thames Half Marathon is on multi-terrain paths and not on closed roads. It will be well marshalled but always take care when crossing any road on the course.

Sadly no (in-ear headphones) (Runbritain rules, not ours). However, you can use bone conduction headphones.

River Thames Half Marathon is all on road and path at the start before running along the Thames Towpath. Please expect to run on flat path, road and gravel. The course is flat as a pancake.

Please contact us or call our office and we will be able to assist you.

For more information on our privacy policy please click here.

Yes it can. All courses have been measured by Olympic Games measurer Hugh Jones on behalf Association of UK Course Measurers and our event is ran under RUNBRITAIN rules.

Yes, you can run for any cause of your choice. Once you have your place you can contact that charity direct.

If you enter through a Public Entry place you do not have to fundraise, however many runners do and enjoy this experience.

When your ready start your gofundme page and get fundraising. Click here