Race Numbers and Timing Chip
The timing chip will be located on the back of your race number. On the race day please wear your race number on your chest secured with a safety pin in each corner. it is your responsibility to ensure you arrive at the finish line with your race number intact.
Do not fold or cut your race number in any way.
A water station will be located near the 5k mark and at the finish. Please be considerate to other runners and throw bottles away safely using the bins provided.
Volunteer stewards will be located on the course to monitor, direct, assist and encourage runners. If you need assistance at any time during the event they should be your first point of contact.
Find a buddy or a ‘pacer’
Spot other runners that are running at your target pace and let them ‘lead’ you. YWhy not run near one of our pace setters! We have pace setters running at 40, 45, 50 & 60 minutes. Look out for their yellow flags
Will there be first aid available?
Yes. First aid will be provided by St John’s and a paramedic ambulance will also be on site. They will be located throughout the course with a base at the finish line. If you feel ill at any time prior to, during or after the event, please seek the assistance of the nearest marshall or steward.
Where will the toilets & water stations be situated?
Toilets are available near the start and finish line, and along the route. A water station will be located at the 5K point and at the finish line.
Will there be a physiotherapist available during the race?
Yes – there will be a physiotherapist along with a team of sports therapists to offer advice and treatment from Swansea Physiotherapy Ltd
What happens if my children get lost?
The lost children point is in the Information Marquee.
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