Loch Leven Half Marathon
14 May 2022
Kinross Road Runners invite you to enter the
Loch Leven Half Marathon
to be held on the 14th of May 2022
The Loch Leven Half Marathon is organised by Kinross Road Runners whose aim is to ensure that it continues to be one of the best half marathons in Scotland. The route is gently undulating round the scenic shores of Loch Leven. The event is open to runners aged 17 or over on the day and is held on open roads.
The race is run under UK Athletics Rules and is a Scottish Athletics permit event.
There is a limit of 650 runners for this event. The race is expected to sell out quickly, as with previous years.
Transfers & Refunds
If you can't make the race then you can transfer your place for the race to another runner via Entry Central, until 7th May. Refunds are not available.
T-Shirts & Medals
In past years we have had medals and T-shirts left over after the race. To avoid waste you will be able to select and purchase a medal and/or T-shirt during the entry process.
We had a number of requests for medals and t-shirts after the last race from runners who didn't order one when entering and had to go away disappointed. We will not have the option to order more after the race, so please ensure you make your choice when you sign up.
You will not be able to amend medal or T-shirt choices when transferring.
Race Numbers will be issued from 8:30am on the day of the race at registration at Loch Leven Community Campus, The Muirs, Kinross KY13 8FQ. Registration will close at 10:30am to allow runners to get to the start in time. Race Numbers are not exchangeable and no-one will be allowed to run without one. If you are unable to compete for any reason then regretfully no refunds can be made.
The race starts at 11:00 am. The start will take place on Clashburn Road, at the south of the town. This is approximately 1.2 miles from registration, so please leave plenty of time to arrive for the race start.
Health and Safety
Clear route maps will be posted at Registration and on this registration page. The route is well signposted. It is on public roads therefore UKA Rule 240 S5 Forbids the wearing of headphones or similar devices, for this reason we ask runners to not wear headphones unless they are bone conductors or medically prescribed. Those ignoring this rule or any other will be disqualified and removed from the results. The organisers are being assisted by Tayside Police, Fife Raynet, and a number of voluntary marshals. The safety of all is paramount and it is a condition of entry that competitors must follow the rules, instructions of the Police and the marshals or you may be disqualified. The marshals will be on the course for an arranged time to oversee all capabilities of runners, however we expect all runners to have completed the course within 3 hours and beyond this time we cannot guarantee marshals will be supervising the course. All runners must enter emergency contact details on the back of their bib number.
There are prizes in all runner categories as well as a team prize for ladies and men. We will also have spot prizes on the day. Full results will be available on our Website and on Facebook at as soon as possible.
There are toilets and changing facilities at registration. Car parking is limited so please car share where possible. Further information on parking will be provided nearer the time in the race pack that will be emailed out to you a few days before the race.
There are four water stations on the route. These will provide water in paper cups. There will be bottled water available at the finish.
There will be catering facilities available at the Campus, along with changing rooms, toilets, showers and a bag store.
To be announced
|07 May 2022 23:59||£20.00||£22.00|
*Discounted for members of any of SA EA WA
To sign-up for this event, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up
Dates and Status
Total Places: 650
Places Available: ??List