Address: Olympic Park North Park, Waterden Road, London, E15 2EE
(If using the app What3Words, use the words wisdom.chat.clear for exact event village location)
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DIFFERENT LOCATION TO OUR USUAL OLYMPIC PARK EVENTS. PLEASE USE THE ADDRESS TO FIND THE EVENT VILLAGE AND LOOK OUT FOR MARSHALS AND WAYFINDING SIGNAGE FROM WESTFIELDS.
The event will be taking place in the NORTH PARK, with the Event Village at Hopkin’s Field – next to Waterden Road & HereEast.
Event village location pictured below:
9:00am – (Yellow & Purple bibs) – 10k Wave 1 – (sub 55min)
10:15am – (Green & Red) – 10k Wave 2 – (sub 90mins)
12pm (Brown & Orange) – 5k Race – (sub 45mins)
PLEASE NOTE: THE TIMINGS FOR THE RACE MAY DIFFER TO PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED BUT ARE REQUIRED TO GET YOU ALL STARTED SAFELY AND ALIGN WITH OUR COVID-19 PROTOCOLS.
Please listen closely to all marshal instructions and remember to keep a safe distance from the runners around you as you are guided to the start line.
Please note: you will be set off in waves based on the estimated finish time entered at the checkout.
As you will be aware our events have been modified to ensure we can adhere to social distancing and the guidelines issued by UK Sport. You can see the full guidance issues by Sport England online HERE.
Please familiarise yourself with the measures that will be in place at the event HERE.
Thank you for your cooperation with the new regulations in place at the event, these are necessary to ensure a safe environment and mean that we can continue to provide race opportunities.
If you have been in an affected place, been in contact with someone with coronavirus or had any symptoms in the last 14 days please refrain from attending the race. For further guidance please visit the NHS website HERE.
If you entered before Friday 4th December, you will receive a race pack in the post. If you entered after, a pack will be waiting for you to collect on the day. If you are expecting a pack in the post and do not receive it by Friday 11th December, please contact us.
Check your wave and start time HERE.
You will not be able to run without a race number and chip.
NO CHIP MEANS NO TIME.
When you receive your race packs, please take a couple of minutes to fill out the brief runner Information form which can be found printed on the back of your bib. This will help us greatly in case of an emergency!
The colour of your race number will relate to the wave you are starting in. This has been determined by the estimated finish time given when signing up.
Within the event village you will see the directional signage guiding to the start line. Each start area will be marked out to help prepare you all into your start formations with help from the marshals. When arriving please familiarise yourself with the start area.
Each wave will be called to the starting pen where our marshals will guide you into a start formation with 4 runners, all 2m apart, being started every 10 seconds.
YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CHANGE WAVES.
This race is licensed through The Association of Running Clubs (ARC), you can see the race license certificate HERE. The course has been officially measured and a copy of the measurement certificate will be on display at the information desk.
For this event we will use portaloos. Lining up for these toilets will be socially distanced. If you live locally we recommend using toilets at home.
There will be multiple hygiene stations around the event village and start/finish area for all participants to use throughout the event. These will have hand sanitiser, wipes, spray, tissue and bins for the disposal of any tissue or litter.
During the race
There will be marshals all around the course as well as KM signs and arrows. The course is two laps for the 5k and 4 laps for the 10k on the roads/paths in the park. You can see the course map HERE.
If you need to overtake on the course please be sure to take a wide berth around the runner in front.Spitting and nasal clearance during the race is NOT permitted.
Please be aware that due to social distancing and restrictions enforced upon us we ask that you do not bring any spectators with you to the event.
Please bring your own water to the event to avoid congestion on the course, there will be a very limited amount of water at the water station. We recommend staying hydrated in the lead up to the event.
There will no formal baggage drop within the event village. Please limit the number of belongings you bring to the event and if possible leave anything in a car. This is in order to reduce contact between runners and staff.
After the race
Do NOT stop within the finish area. Please continue through the finish until you pass the medals and are in an open space.
There will be sealed ACTIPH water bottles at the finish for each runner to collect along with your medal and Kind Snack bar which will be laid out on tables for you to help yourself.
We ask that once you have collected your medal and water to leave the event as soon as possible to avoid groups congregating within the event village.
Good Luck with the run on Saturday from Team ACTIPH. ACTIPH Water is the UK’s first alkaline ionised bottled water with the highest pH in Europe. Through a unique ionisation process, our purified spring water is infused with a blend of electrolytes and supercharged to create a smooth and clean tasting alkaline water with a pH9+. ACTIPH is the healthy choice as you restore and maintain your natural balance, enabling you to live life to the fullest and get the most out of every day. All ACTIPH bottles are 100% recyclable and BPA free including the cap and label which makes us unique to other bottled waters and we believe gives us a clear sustainability advantage. Please remember to recycle in a recycling bin after the race. Take your hydration to a higher level and grab a bottle of ACTIPH at the finish line.
KIND® is more than just a name. It’s a commitment: to making snack bars that don’t compromise. Just the very best ingredients. Full of wholesome nutrients. And always packed with flavour. They have kindly donated some of their delicious bars for you all to try after your race! To find out more about KIND and their products, head to their website HERE. Please be aware this product contains nuts.
Results will be available on www.runthrough.co.uk after the race.
We will have a photographer taking a few snaps of the race and they will be on Facebook after the race so be sure to check it out and see if you can spot yourself.
COVID-19 NHS APP
We recommend downloading the NHS COVID-19 App onto your phone if you haven’t already before the race. Find out more HERE.
• Docklands Light Railway (DLR) • Southeastern High Speed 1 services
You can also enter the Park via Hackney Wick station which is on the London Overground.
Paid parking is available in Westfield Stratford City. More information HERE.Getting Here on Foot
The park is easily accessible by both foot and cycle. Cycle parking is available in the park.
For updates leading up to the race, please check out our on Twitter @runthroughuk use the hashtag #Runthroughuk in the build-up to the race.
If you want to talk all things running before and after the event join our RunThroughUKChat group on Facebook.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The RunThrough Team 🙂