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5.0 · 1 review

RH6 0BT

Gatwick Aviation Museum, RH6 0BT

Sun 21st May 2023

Starting at 11:00

2 races

Free - £26.47

Organiser's Description

Run Gatwick is back with a new format for 2023! Join us on Sunday 21st May 2023 at Gatwick Aviation Museum for a truly aviation themed 10K and 5K Charity Relay race!

It all starts with a fabulous route!

One of the best bits of Run Gatwick is, well, Gatwick! We have a NEW ROUTE that is so exciting, it will take you as close as you will ever get to Gatwick Airport and closer than we have ever been before, right beside the runway. Starting and finishing from Gatwick Aviation Museum, the new route will take you inside the restricted perimeter road right along the full stretch of the runway running beside planes as they take off and land.

This event will sell out, so don’t miss out! Join us for a unique and exhilarating experience!

Races

  • 10k 2023

    £26.47

    Sun 21st May 2023

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • 5K Charity Relay

    Free

    Sun 21st May 2023

    CLOSED

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  • 10k 2023

    £26.47

    Sun 21st May 2023

    UK Athletics (UKA) save £2.00

    CLOSED
  • 5K Charity Relay

    Free

    Sun 21st May 2023

    CLOSED

What's Included

This unique aviation themed 10K starts and finishes at Gatwick Aviation Museum, surrounded by planes on the ground in the air for an exhilarating morning of running. A fast and flat route that takes you as close as you will ever get to Gatwick Airport; inside the restricted perimeter road, right along the full stretch of runway where you’ll run beside planes as they take off and land. After your run enjoy the Event Village with plenty of food and drink options to make this a great day out.

Plenty of pre-race communication from the Run Series team to ensure you are fully prepped for the day.

  • Running right beside Gatwick's live runway
  • Fast, flat course with loads of PB potential
  • Pace runners, chip timing & live results
  • FABULOUS aviation themed finishers medal
  • Later 11am start time
  • FREE runner photos
  • Event village with great food and drink
  • Onsite parking
  • Lively route entertainment
  • Optional technical event t-shirt
  • FREE bag drop

How to Get There

Ideally situated less than an hour from London and Brighton, and of course easily accesible from Gatwick Airport!

Run Gatwick starts and finishes right by Gatwick Airport and can be accessed easily from the M23 London to Brighton motorway. It is also served from the A23 running North to South and the A264 East to West.

Parking

Timed pre-bookable parking is available on registration/on our website.

Course Details

FAST AND FLAT? YES!
PB POTENTIAL? ABSOLUTELY!!

Starting and finishing from Gatwick Aviation Museum, we have an exciting NEW ROUTE, with special permission from Gatwick to run safely on the inner airport perimeter road alongside the live runway, with planes taking off and landing right beside you.

For our 5K relay, the changeover point will be at the end of the runway on the
perimeter road, an exhilarating spot to tag your running buddy in!

FAQs

  • What time does it start?

    The event starts at 11am. Runners will start alongside similar paced runners in small groups to prevent congestion on the route.

  • How do I get my race number?

    You can collect your race number on the day at Gatwick Aviation Museum from our Information Point which will open at 7:30am. Alternatively, you can also get ahead by collecting your runner number between Saturday 20 May again from Gatwick Aviation Museum - more details about this coming soon.

  • Are there pacers?

    Yes, we have the fab Xempo pacers to help you achieve your target time. Choose from 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65 & 70 minute targets.

  • Is there a time limit to complete in?

    No, there is no time limit to complete the races and have your finish time recorded. However, please note that 2 hours after the start of the race our marshals will be stood down and normal rules of the road will apply. Bear in mind that you will have to walk and run on the pavements so please be careful of pedestrians. All runners are encouraged to continue running and every finisher will be chip timed. Any runner still on route will also be given the option of a ride back to the start / finish site if they’re unable to complete the distance.

  • Are wheelchair entries available?

    YES! We have always had wheelchair athletes at our events, please just advise us of this when you register.

  • Are dogs/pushchairs allowed?

    Yes, race pushchairs are allowed, but please be careful and considerate of other runners. Dogs, no, please leave your furry friends at home. Guide dogs excepting - obviously!

  • Is there water on the route?

    There will be one water station along 10K/5K charity relay route. Additional water will be available to every runner at the finish line. Through our partnership with SES Water we will be using paper cups and eliminating 24,000 plastic water bottles. And all water will come exactly as it does at home, from a tap! If you prefer to drink from a bottle please bring one along as bottled water will not be available.

  • What time does the event start/close?

    The event village will be open from 8am and close at 2pm.

  • Do you have a bag drop?

    Yes we do, a free bag drop is available for all runners. Please note this will not be under cover so if the weather looks a bit rainy please bring a weatherproof bag.

5k charity relay

Entry to the 5K Charity Relay Race is FREE courtesy of Gatwick Airport but each pair of runners must commit to fundraise a combined minimum amount of £150 for The Magic Breakfast, providing healthy school meals to children at risk of hunger in disadvantaged areas of Crawley and West Sussex.

This will be strictly monitored (please see T&Cs). Entries are limited so book early to secure your place.

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1 review

Richard

·4 years ago

Excellent event, just wee before you get there.. Really well laid out route, nice Hill in the middle to mix things up. Event village was well stocked with a variety of stalls. Good to have celebs at the start. Warm up routine could have been better but who really does these. The start was a little confusing and a lot if people started their watches too soon. But not a biggie. My only gripe was the lack of toilets. There were many but just not enough for 5000 people, most of which need a wee before they run. Thank god for bushes if you a bloke. Really recommend this half marathon. Better than Brighton by a long way.

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RH6 0BT

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