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Wimbledon, London4 Windmill Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 5NQ, UK
Sun 27th October 2019
Starting at 09:00
Be sure to book as soon as possible so you can be a part of something truly special. The course starts/finishes on the famous Wimbledon Common, running through the streets of Wimbledon, The run is open to all abilities. Entry limit is only 500 so enter now to avoid disappointment. With a £300 pot for cash prizes. Lots of freebies, and that all important medal! Enter now to join in the fun and remember to bring your family and friends for support!
Do it for charity
All runners will receive a medal for finishing as well as loads of goodies at the finish including water, juices, fruit and a chocolate bar!
We use the latest Chip Timing technology so you will get an accurate finishing time. The results are posted as soon as you cross the finish line!
We will have a free baggage drop facility for you to use. This area will be cordoned off but we do advise against storing any valuables as we cant be held responsible.
Toilets will also be provided at the start / finish area
An official race photographer will be inattendance around the course so make sure they catch you when you are looking your very best!
A Medical team will also be situated at the start area.
We will also have a pre race warm up around 10 minutes before the race start to warm up those tight muscles so you will be ready for the run.
The race starts and finishes at the glorious and famous Wimbledon Common next to the Rushmere Pond in SW19.
If travelling by car, metered parking is available around Ridgeway and its surrounding side roads. Please resist the temptation to park to close to the race HQ to minimise disruption to the event. If parking in residential area we ask runners to have consideration for the residents in the area and keep noise disruption to a minimum.