The Bungay Great East Run Half Marathon & 10K
NextYear's Race Date: 3 November 2013
Bungay Black Dog R.C.
- Closing date for postal entries : 26th October 2013
- Start Times 11:30am (10k), 11:00am (HM)
- Time Allowed 1½ hours (10k), 2½ hours (HM)
- Minimum Age on race day 15 (10k), 17 (HM)
- Entry Limit: 250(10k support race), 550 (HM). Entries on the day available.
- 10k £8 UKA affiliated*, £10 non-UKA affiliated, (+£3 on day)
- 20k £17 UKA affiliated*, £19 non-UKA affiliated, (+£3 on day)
- No refund if entry fee will be offered.
- Entries on the day (Cash Only) close promptly at 10:15 (HM) & 10:45 (10k)
- Start and finish at Bungay Sports Centre, Suffolk
- Organised parking for competitors and supporters
- NO PARKING AT THE START. Parking satnav: NR35 1JY
- Enter Online
- Collect Race Numbers and Timing Chips on the day
- Male and female showering and changing facilities
- Largely traffic free country roads
- Medical and First Aid Support
- Quality goody bag and medal
- Bottle of Adnams beer to every finisher (18+)
- Refreshments & warm hall available for friends and family
- BARR GOLD GRADED RACE, Chip Timing, Baggage Facility
- View and order photos from event at www.digitography.co.uk
- Prize Presentation at 1pm
20 km: Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each category. Only one prize per runner will be awarded.
Male Open M40 M45 M50 M55 M60 M65 M70
Female Open F35 F40 F45 F50 F55 F60 F65
10 km: Prizes will be awarded for 1st in each category. Only one prize per runner will be awarded.
Female Open F35 F45 F55 F65
Male Open M40 M50 M60 M70
Break 20 km course record Win £100
MALE Record 62:31
FEMALE Record 76:20
Thank you for entering the BUNGAY GREAT EAST RUN 2012 organised by Bungay Black Dog Running Club. We are delighted that our title sponsor is again Adnams of Southwold and we hope you enjoy their beer, which you will find given to you at the finish. Please read these instructions carefully and if you have any questions, do not hesitate and contact us at email@example.com
Please collect your race number, timing chip and baggage label on the day of the race. A runner other than yourself must not use your race number. It must not be cut, folded or mutilated in any way and must be fastened securely to the front of your vest or top. Please fill in the personal information required on the reverse side including relevant medical information and contact numbers to aid race staff in the event of an emergency.
This race will be staged under UKA Rules (permit no 2012-103981, 2012-103980) and has been graded by the British Association of Road Races (BARR) as Gold Standard. As such it meets the highest approved standards of race organisation within the UK. The course measurements have been certified as accurate (Nos SEAA 09/102 & 103) by a UKA approved course measurer. No person (except a blind runner's attendant) may accompany a competitor at any point on the course. All competitors must compete on foot. Roller skates are prohibited. Competitors are advised to familiarise themselves with the course prior to entering. BBDRC policy is not to offer individual refunds. However, deferrals and transfers will be considered on merit upon receipt of a written application. In the event of race cancellation, competitors will accept the organising committee's decisions regarding rescheduling, refunds and the like.
The wearing of Earphones/iPods/mp3 players is banned and will lead to disqualification by the race referee.
There are changing rooms, toilets and showers for both sexes at Bungay Sports Centre. There will be a sports masseur from the SMART Clinic in Lowestoft available pre- and post-race for those weary limbs. There will be secure baggage storage facilities but please remember you must present your race number to reclaim your baggage, no race number, no return. Please be aware that your baggage is stored by us at your own risk.
St John’s Ambulance personnel will be present at the start/finish and along the course supported by the race doctor. If you develop medical problems please alert the nearest marshal and prompt assistance will be provided.
This is a one-lap (20k) or out and back (10k) course on mainly rural roads. They will be clearly marked at every kilometre with four water stations (10k has two) and 21 marshalling points. You must run on the left at all times and obey instructions and directions of the police and race marshals.
On the 10km race, these will be between 3k and 4k, and between 6k and 7k. On the 20km race these will be between 3k and 4k, between 7k and 8k, between 11k and 12k and between 16k and 17k.
Please remove your timing chip; in exchange you will be given your memento, goody bag, and that, all important, bottle of beer.
You can order a photograph of your efforts courtesy ofwww.digitography.co.uk website.
These will be posted as soon as possible on the race website.
Please be aware that there is no parking on the Sports Centre site or the High School for competitors. This area will also be closed to vehicular access once racing starts and not re-opened until the last competitor has finished. Free parking is available at: -
1. Bungay Medical Practice.
2. Utilux/New World Music.
3. Bungay Middle School.
4. Southend Road Industrial Estate.
This will be supervised by marshals.
Pay and Display parking is also available at Wharton Street (orange arrow) and in Bungay Town Centre.
Suggested on-street parking
Please respect property entrances and allow sufficient room for access by residents and emergency vehicles.
Suggested roads; Kings Road, Bardolph Road, St John's Road to opposite Doctor's surgery, Yeoman's Close, Reeve's Close, Old Grammar School Lane, Fairfield Road, Mayfair Road, Kerr Road, Joyce Road, Meadow Road, Hillside Road East laybys, Bigod Road, Kents Lane.