Race Day Info

Start Time: 10am (Both 10k & Half Marathon)

Getting to the start

Sat Nav post code *LL57 1NW*

The start / finish is located next to the Deiniol Shopping Centre.

There is no official parking and therefore you must use parking in and around the town centre which is pay and display.
Follow this link for help on parking etc.


Race HQ / Enquiries – Opens at 7:30am

Will be located inside the Deiniol Shopping Centre

Drink Stations

There will be a drink station at approx. every 3-4miles, also at the finish. If you require lots of water whilst running we would recommend you bring your own water bottle.

Toilets / Changing

Toilets are located at the start finish in the Deiniol Centre, Bangor bus stop, and we have additional portaloo’s on site. There is a swimming pool in the city centre if you wish to shower (charges apply)

First Aid

First Aid cover will be provided by a professional medical team. First Aid station will be located at the start and finish and on course. In order to help our medical team, help you it is critical you fill out the medical history information on the back of your race number. If you are injured or unwell to carry on at any stage please notify the nearest marshal who will call for First Aid assistance. It will be the discretion of the medical team if they transport you back to the finish.

Pulling Out

If you retire from the race please return your timing chip, if you plan not to return to the finish, it’s really important that you let the nearest Marshal to you know and give them your race number. This is so we can account for you at the end of the race. It is your responsibility to arrange transport back to the start.

T-shirts / Medals / Prizes

There will be a T-shirt and medal for all runners to collect at the finish.

Presentation of prizes will be made at approx. 11am (10K) & 12.00pm (Half Marathon).

Prizes for Male/Female 1st, 2nd, 3rd overall and 1st in each age category.


You may leave a small bag (50cmx30cmx20cm) at the baggage area during the race where, if possible it will be manned , and although every effort will be made to securely store your baggage, Please DO NOT leave any valuables, cash. Jewellery etc in your bag as we cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage. Items not in a bag maybe refused or left at your own risk.

Merchandise – Opens at 8:00am

If you ordered a Technical T-shirt or hoodie online, these can be picked up from the merchandise tent before or after the race, we will also have race day merchandise available to purchase. (Cash and card accepted)
At each race we have a huge jumble sale of old stock from past races.

Road Closure

There will be some road closures in place at this race, however, please note not all roads are closed to traffic. There will be traffic management at the start and at the Penrhyn Castle roundabout with a stop/go system in place to assist runners crossing the road. The remaining route is ran on some open roads . Please listen to marshal instructions on crossing points and keep on the left at all times unless instructed different, it is your responsibility to stop for a car approaching a junction.


Are available on runwales.com later in the day.


Are available at www.mickhall-photos.com


Headphones are not allowed during this race in accordance with UK Athletics rules as the course does not have a full road closure with the exception of bone-conducting headphones.

http://www.britishathletics.org.uk/competitions/rules/ and is Rule 240 S 5 UKA SUPPLEMENT HEADPHONES.


Please be mindful and respect local residents and DO NOT throw your bottles, energy gels in gardens or over walls etc. Where possible please leave your litter at the nearest water station or with the nearest marshal where possible when a bin is not available. Runners will now be disqualified and taken off the results if seen deliberately discarding their rubbish outside of a water stop or not with a marshal.

Cut off times

Time limit – We ask runners to be able to keep a pace of 12- 15min mile and complete a half marathon in 3-3:30hours. If you are running slower than this pace, you will still be able to finish, however, when directed to do so you will need to run on pavements and run as a pedestrian obeying all signals and the highway code. We cannot guarantee volunteer marshals will continue to be on course and therefore it is your responsibility to look at the route and follow the course signs.
Where there are any road closures these will re-open to vehicular traffic on a rolling basis at an approximate pace of 15min mile.