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ASICS Fleet Half Marathon

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Welcome to The ASICS Fleet Half Marathon 17th MARCH 2019 10.30am

Since the first event in 1982, thousands of runners have completed the race and the race has become the highlight of the years sporting calendar in Fleet and the surrounding area. Organised by Fleet & Crookham AC we are all runners ourselves and volunteer to organise grass roots events

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Event Details


Can I enter by post?

Only military entries (and other Race Director approved entries) are accepted by post. All other runners should use the on-line entries facility.

Can I still enter the race?

Entries are accepted up to 17 February 2019 or when the entry limit has been reached. There are no late entries or entries on the day. Note – in previous years the civilian entries are normally full by early New Year – please enter early. We do not operate a waiting list.

Has my entry been accepted?

Yes, if you have entered on-line and have received a confirmation email from FR Systems then your entry is secure. If you are a military entry you will receive a confirmation of entry once your bank credit or cheque has been cleared and your entry passed to FR Systems. Note that it does take some time to process the military entries which can lead to a delay in names showing on the start list.

Can I transfer my entry to another runner?

Yes – see paragraph above.

If you transfer your number to another runner without the event being advised this is against UK Athletics regulations. UK Athletics states: Rule 216 Entries(3) ‘Numbers are issued to the individual athlete completing the application form and are non-transferable except with the specific authority of the Race Secretary’. This is particularly relevant in a medical emergency where the person running is not that shown on the race listing.

Bag tags

These will be sent out with your race number from 2nd March 2019. Military entrants can collect one on the day.

Music whilst running

The use of personal stereos, iPods, phones or other music devises is not allowed under UKA rule 240 S5 – the wearing of headphones, or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted in races on any single carriageway road that is not wholly closed to traffic. There are some short sections on the Fleet Half course which do have traffic coming in the opposite direction to runners and is therefore not wholly closed. The wearing of such equipment may prevent you from hearing instructions from marshals and other event staff as well as the hearing of sirens/horns from emergency services and other vehicles. By wearing such devices you are putting yourself and those around you at risk. Rule 240 S5 also states if the athlete wears conductive headphones, these are acceptable as these work by conducting sound through bones and do not sit or block the ears. The event will have no responsibility should this rule be ignored.

Please do not risk our ability to get a future license for this event by ignoring this rule.

Race time limit

As stated in the race entry terms and conditions, there is a three-hour time limit for the race. This event has a strict 3 hour time limit due to the use of the public road and the imposed limit on the road closure duration. If you are falling behind this time limit, you will be allowed to carry on but will be asked to use the pavement as we are obliged to re-open the roads according to the approved road closure agreement.

Weather forecast

When running take sufficient water on board at each drink station – do not wait until you feel thirsty. If you carry your own sports drink or gels, please dispose of them at the water stations.

Medical cover

The Fleet Half Marathon works with The Event Medicine Company under the guidance of our Medical Director Dr Brian Robertson. They are also assisted by St Johns Ambulance. We exceed the Level 3 cover as defined by UK Athletics.

Drinking on the Run

There are 5 water stations on the route. Water pouches are available at water stations 3 and 5 – the other 3 stations all have cups.

ASICS Fleet Half Marathon weather forecast

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