The Windsor Half Marathon produce two times. The first is what is called the Gun Time. It’s the official race time and is the time that the runner takes to complete the course from the time the gun was fired…. Read more »
There is no official cut off time but please be aware that the roads are closed with in Windsor Great Park until 1pm after which the roads will be open, there will be minimal traffic on the roads and water… Read more »
Overseas Entrants Windsor Half Marathon. Please collect your race number from the administration marquee on the day of the race. There is a special designated area marked as ‘Overseas’ within the Administration Marquee for you to collect your number from.
No Your running number is unique to you and enables our safety team to access the personal details you have supplied to us quickly, if needed on race day. Giving your bib to another runner will result in both you… Read more »
No you don’t have to run for a Charity you can run as a normal entry
The Half Marathon starts at 10.00am, the Sprite Sprint starts at 9.00am and the Glynn Shefford Memorial Run starts at 10.15am.
You should wear appropriate clothing that is suitable to run in and also take into account the weather conditions on the day.
No, pushchairs are NOT allowed on the course during the race.
You should leave yourself enough time to be at the venue at least 1 hour before the start. Please remember there may be road works, traffic problems en-route together with other events in and around Windsor.
Unless you are injured in any way and need ambulance transportation, there is no possible means of getting you back to the start./finish.