Path of Condie Half Marathon
29 Oct 16
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Welcome to The 2nd Running of the Path Of Condie Half Marathon
29th October 2016
- Kinross Road Runners welcome you to the 2nd Path Of Condie Half Marathon. To be held on 29th October, starting at 10:30am from Milnathort church hall and using the anti-clockwise route taking in the full, round route of Path of Condie ending back near the start.
- After a successful Innaugural running last year, we received so much good feedback. "Even with all thay Hills"
- This is a Half Marathon with attitude and altitude and with the time of year it could throw anything at you. It is also one of the most rewarding distance runs in the area with frequently changing scenery and gradient. It is definitely not for all runners and would not be recommended for a first half marathon or a fun run. A map of the route can be found at http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6700141
- The race is run under UK Athletics Rules and is a Scottish Athletics permit event.
All entries are via entry central, please note there is No waiting list and there will be no entries on the day of the race. Transfers are allowed until Monday 24th October, this must be done by contacting the organisers at [email protected] . After that race numbers are not exchangeable as we lock the data ready for timing.
Race Numbers will be issued from 09:00 on the day of the race at Registration at Milnathort Church hall on Ba'hill Milnathort KY13 7YF
If you are unable to compete for any reason we ask you to kindly let us know. Refunds will not be made and there will be no deferrals. Number swaps are allowed until the last week, please contact us to notify of changes
The race starts at 10:30 am.
Health and Safety
Clear route maps will be posted at Registration and sent out on a reminder email 2 weeks before the race, we ask you to study this clearly before the race. The route is well signposted, but it is all on public roads UKA Rule 240 S5 Forbids the wearing of headphones For this reason we ask runners to not wear headphones unless medically prescribed. The organisers are being assisted by a number of volunteer marshals. The safety cof all is paramount and it is a condition of entry that competitors must follow the instructions of the marshals. First aid will be at the finish line, and if reqired on course a marshal will contact them via mobile phone.
The marshals will be on the course for an arranged time to oversee all capabilities of runners, however as previously stated this is a hilly course and not for the faint hearted or a first timer.. All runners must enter emergency contact details on the back of their bib number.
There are cash prizes for first to third in both genders and age categories are open,40,50, & 60+. All finishers receive a medal . Full results will be emailed out after the race.
There are toilet facilities at registration however changing facilities are limited so it is advised to come virtually race ready. Car Parking is limited so please car share where possible. Further information on parking will be provided nearer the time.
There will be 3 water stations on the route and water will be available at the finish.
There will be catering and Tea/coffee after supplied by KRR.
...and finally All of the members at Kinross Road Runners hope you and your family / friends / supporters have a rewarding and enjoyable day. Please join us again for the Loch Leven Half Marathon in early May and Minathort Dash in June 2017.
Total Places: 200
Places Available: ??
*Discounted for members of any of SA EA WA
For each sign-up with a card payment, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 5% (min 60p). You pay no surcharge