The All Nations 5k & 10k Run
It's time to enter a live event with us back at the stunning Dorney Lake in Windsor. Get onboard, secure your place and make sure not to miss this one!
The All Nations 5k & 10k run is a chance to don your country colours and feel like you are running for your country! If you love running, want to get together with family, friends or work colleagues, then take part in this event! Set at the stunning Olympic venue Dorney Lake, the atmosphere is superb and the event is great fun and super friendly. Whatever your level of running, this event is open to all and a great one to be part of. Fast, flat course, you will enjoy this event!
There are a number of steps we are planning to implement in order to ensure that all our runners, volunteers and other members of public are kept as safe as possible and to minimise risks. These are based upon current government guidance which may change between now and race when we re-open our events. We will refine these steps over the coming weeks based upon changing guidance and feedback.
Should the government Coronavirus alert levels for the UK increase, or should local lockdown measures be implemented for any of our events and these are not able to take place we will then change this event to a virtual challenge.
We will continually evaluate the information provided by the government on the lead up to your event and hopefully we will be able to deliver your live run challenge. We want to communicate these measures to you in advance of the event to ensure that everyone is prepared before race day and that appropriate social distancing is adhered to, before, during and after the race.
The entire race will safely take place outdoors, including the starting area, aid stations and finish area. As such, the risk of transmission associated with the event is already greatly reduced.
Runners and volunteers should not turn up at the event if they have; A fever of ≥38°C on the day of the event; Had any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 in the past 14 days. Such as a new continuous cough, fever, change/loss of taste/smell; Been in contact with anyone who is sick in the past 14 days;Travelled within the past 14 days to any international location with widespread ongoing local COVID-19 transmission. Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 up to 7 days after the event should report it to the race organiser and we will email everyone who attended so they can make the choice to isolate or test; High risk individuals or anyone quarantining from travel abroad are advised not to attend the event; All volunteers to be provided with face masks which are optional to wear at outdoor events, Nitrile gloves and hand sanitiser; Spectators / supporters are kindly asked if attending the event to not congregrate in the event hub but to watch from around the course to help keep everyone spread out; Runners should consider their safety and the safety of others when travelling to and from the event. Ideally getting someone from their household to drive them, or if using public transport, ensuring that they are following the advice of the operator concerning distancing and face covering.
The weeks leading up to the race
Final instructions will be emailed to runners a week before the race; Race briefing will be provided by video in advance of the race; Race numbers with an attached timing chip will be posted to runners. If entrants do not receive this 2 days out from the event they should get in contact with us; Registration
There will be no on the day registrations. Toilets will be available at the event. Bag drop will be available however all bags must be labelled and placed in bag storage by the runners and then collected by the same runner. Staff will oversee bag storage but will not handle any items.
Runners will be expected to turn up at the race start with their running numbers attached and visible, and ready to start when instructed by the team; Rolling start – We will have a staggered start for all events. Group sizes and stagger times will be confirmed as soon as we have more information from the government on event allocations.
Runners will be advised to wear a face covering (however it's not enforced at outdoor events) before and after the race and when within the event hub (e.g. Buff, neck gaiter, face mask). The face covering does not have to be worn whilst running between aid stations; Hand sanitiser will be available at the start and finish of the event. Appropriate social distancing should be respected within the event hub and also when on the run. This applies to respecting all other runners and park users. Water will be available at the event hub and runners will be expected to fill their own bottles. All runners must carry their own bottles / bladders i.e camel backs. Volunteers at the water stations will be continually sanitising surfaces touched by the runners.
Toilets will be available at the finish area. If they are not available due to restrictions at the venue, suitable local alternatives will be found. Runners will be encouraged to depart the finish area as soon as possible after completing the race. Medals will be laid out on tables for collection by successful runners. Trophies or winners prizes will be handed out promptly rather than at an award ceremony.
The medical team will be located at the start and finish location so they can observe people entering and leaving for monitoring purposes, but will only get involved if they see an issue. The medical team will wear face masks and gloves (as usual) and we will require runners to wear a face mask when we are interacting with them in close proximity and also require them to use gel sanitiser. Refusal to wear a mask or sanitise means the runner won’t be treated unless there is an urgent requirement to treat something serious. Anyone exhibiting Covid-19 symptoms should not attend. If anyone exhibits symptoms at the event they can be asked to leave at the discretion of the medical team via the race director.
It is vital that we adhere to government guidelines to ensure the safety of everyone involved with the race. It goes without saying that any runners who are feeling unwell in the weeks leading up to the event should not be running the race. Here's to bringing live events back and to seeing you all soon. We will make sure we create a safe but fun and super friendly environment for all!
Awesome spinning medal
Electronic chip timing
Results include showing your country flag (ensure you add your country during the registration process)
Overall winners will receive a gift box from TRIBE
Trophies for winners
Super friendly, helpful, supportive and professional team to motivate, support and inspire you
Fast, flat closed road run course
Suitable for all abilities
Snacks provided at the finish line.
The course is flat and on path and we recommend road running shoes
The 5k turns at the far end of the lake and the 10k does a full loop before doing the same
Buggies are ok and it's wheelchair friendly.
The course may be altered at any point up to event day if necessary
The 10k starts at 9.20am and the 5k will start at 9.30am
Registration will be open from 8am (located at the front of Dorney Lake Boathouse) and will close at 9.10am.
You will be using our Chip on Bib race numbers and it is important these are displayed on your outer garment to ensure 1) We can see your race number when running and 2) To help with the timing system to read your time.
Whatever your level of running this event is suitable for all. It’s going to be a great day!
There will be marshals around the course to support and encourage you.
Please take care when running around the course as this is public land and local residents will be at the venue. Please always stay on the left unless otherwise guided.
A dedicated bag storage area will be available next to the registration tent.
Toilets and showers are available in the club house.
Parking is located for all run entrants about half way down the lake towards the clubhouse and it’s about a 10-15 minute walk to the event hub from there.
If you have friends or family who are coming to spectate they will have to park in the parking further up the lake and walk down as the road will be closed from 9.15am
The Clubhouse has changing rooms, toilets and shower facilities.
We have a dedicated storage for your belongings located next to the registration tent.
There is a cafe in the Clubhouse where you can get drinks and snacks.
AFTER THE EVENT
Everyone will receive a medal and there will also be a number of prizes up for grabs. Drinks and refreshments will be available from the Clubhouse.
Check out your results at our race timing van once you cross the finish line. Results go live to our website as the event is taking place.
We’re excited to team up with the UK’s leading plant-based natural performance brand and community, TRIBE, for this year’s event. TRIBE will be providing natural and vegan [protein] bars designed to help you recover post event. Overall winners will receive a gift box! Thanks to Tribe for their support.
Dorney Lake, Off Court Lane, Dorney, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 6FJ
Dorney Lake is ideally placed being within easy reach of the M4 corridor and the M3, M25 and M40 motorways
If travelling by train the main stations for Dorney Lake are Slough (Paddington line) and Windsor & Eton Riverside (from Waterloo) but is also near Burnham, Taplow, Maidenhead and Windsor & Eton Central (branch of Paddington line). From these stations you can get a taxi or, if with a bike, you can ride to the venue. We recommend researching the best option before travelling to ensure you arrive on time.
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