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Baildon's own Trail Half Marathon, encompassing some challenging terrain around our beautiful town. Open to runners and walkers, the next and 25th Baildon Boundary Way takes place on 7th April 2019.

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  1. Baildon Boundary Way

    Run 21.097km
    $17.60
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Event Details

What’s Included

You will get a technical t-shirt and a souvenir 25th anniversary medal. If you are lucky, you may also get a ‘spot prize’ token. Spot prizes are to be collected from inside the clubhouse. Water will also be available at the finish area.

FAQs

Q: What time will the race start?
A: The non-competitive walk will start at 8:30am and the running race will start at 9:30am.

Q: Are there age limits for entering?
A: Yes, the minimum age for running the Half Marathon is 17. The minimum age for the walk is 12 but a parent or guardian must accompany walkers under 17.

Q: Is the walk fully marshalled?
A: No, walkers will be issued with a route description and we recommend bringing an OS map with you. The marshals are on the course for the duration of the running race, but may have been stood down from duties if you have been passed by the sweeper runner. It is therefore imperative that you phone the Race HQ if you drop out of the walk for any reason so that we can account for you. The phone number to call will be given to you, along with the route description, on the morning of the event.

Q: If I turn up on the day will I be able to take part?
A: We do not accept any running entries on the day; the running race is always sold out months before the event. However we will take entries for the non-competitive walk on the day, but please note that the walk starts one hour earlier than the run.

Q: Is there a time limit for completing the race?
A: Cut-off time is noon (2 hours 30 minutes from the start time) for runners to reach the second drinks station at 8.5 miles. Runners not reaching this point by that time will be offered transport back to the Race HQ. Runners declining the offer of transport continue at their own risk without marshals or further water stations.

Q: When will I get my running/walking number?
A: Numbers will be issued on the day of the event. You will need to come into the clubhouse at the Race HQ to collect your number. Please ensure you allow sufficient time because the race start is about 1,000 metres (all flat or downhill) from the Race HQ and we cannot deal with everybody at the same time! Numbers will be available for collection from 7:30am for walkers and 8:15am for runners.

Q: Can I collect my number before race day and go straight to the start?
A: No, for health and safety reasons the organizers need to be certain who is taking part on the day itself.


Q: What toilet, changing and showering facilities will be available?
A: Toilets, changing & showering facilities will be available free of charge at the Race HQ. Please note that there are no toilet facilities at the start which is about 1,000 metres from the Race HQ.


Q: Do you have a secure bag store?
A: Sorry, but no. Please lock any change of clothes and valuables out of sight in your vehicle for safety. Any property left in the clubhouse or changing rooms is left at your own risk.

Q: Can I take part with my dog?
A: Sorry, but no. The route crosses private land and the landowners have refused permission, please do not jeopardise the future of the event by taking a dog with you, even on a lead.

Q: Are there water stations?
A: Yes, there are three water stations on the course and water is also available at the finish. The water stations are sited at approx. 4.2 miles, 8.5 miles and 10.2 miles. The first water station may not be open by the time the walkers reach this point. Walkers are advised to carry a drink with them, especially if it is a warm day.

Q: Are there mile or kilometre markers?
A: There will be markers every mile.

Q: Can I wear Headphones?
A: No, for your own safety you need to be aware of what and who is around you and to be able to hear instructions from the marshals.

Q: What refreshments will be available?
A: Refreshments will be on sale at the Race HQ from 8:00am onwards. Typically we will have bacon sandwiches, soup, a chilli and cakes for those with a sweet tooth! Tea, coffee and soft drinks will also be available. After the race, the bar will be open for alcoholic purchases.

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