2019 Windsor Half Marathon – Prizes breakdown

Men Overall

Women Overall

1st £500 1st £500
2nd £350 2nd £350
3rd £250 3rd £250
4th £150 4th £150
5th £100 5th £100
6th £50 6th £50

 PRIZE to the value of

MALE PRIZES

V40

V45

V50

V55

V60

V70+

1st £100 £75 £50 £50 £50 £50
2nd £50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
3rd £25 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

 PRIZE to the value of

FEMALE PRIZES

V35

V40

V45

V50

V55

V60+

1st £100 £75 £50 £50 £50 £50
2nd £50 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
3rd £25 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Prize giving prizes will be awarded to the first 3 male and female runners on the day. All other prizes will be checked, then posted out to the winners. Prize winners are only allowed to receive one prize. E.g. If a veteran runner finishes amongst the first 6 prize winners in the Open Race then he / she will not be eligible for the award in the veteran category.

Race prizes are given on Gun Time position.

Gun Time / Chip Time Defined

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. Of course if you take say thirty seconds to cross the line this additional time is part of your race time.

We also produce a Chip Time (or Chip to Chip Time as it’s sometimes referred to). This is the time that the runner actually takes from the time they crossed the start line (even if they took thirty seconds to do so from went the gun was fired) to the time they crossed the finish line. However, this time has no relevance to the results whatsoever and is used for information purposes only.

As far as the rules of athletics are concerned the Gun Time is the important time, and this is what the results and prizes are based on, otherwise the race becomes a time trial where the winner need not be the first person to cross the finish line.