Bath Half Marathon
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Take part in one of the UK's most established road races - the Bath Half Marathon! Join 15,000 other runners on the flat, picturesque course and enjoy the electric atmosphere. Whether you're a seasoned runner or a total novice - this event is perfect for everyone.
Family Fun Run and Half Marathon
11:00am Sat 14th Oct 2023 - 10:00am Sun 15th Oct 2023
Bath, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Pulteney Bridge, Bridge St, Bath BA2 4AT, UK
10:00am Sun 15th Oct 2023
11:00am Sat 14th Oct 2023
Family Fun Run:11:00am
Here are the distances available for Bath Half Marathon
Family Fun Run
Although many would consider Bath to be hilly, this course is fast and flat, avoiding all of the hills surrounding Bath.
The route straddles the Avon and is on completely closed roads. The first mile is a gentle downhill, followed by two laps after Churchill Bridge.
From there, the road is gently rolling up to the beginning of the dual carriageway. A final rise up Pulteney Road culminates with a spectacular finish down Great Pulteney Street.
This route is subject to change due to ongoing development works at Bath Quay, in this case, you may be diverted around Ambury and Corn Street, and the position of the start/finish will be adjusted to maintain the measured distance.
Organiser route images
- Marshalled Course
- Prizes for top finishers
- Chip-timed results
- Water Stations
- Aid Stations
- Bag Drop
How to get there
Pulteney Bridge, Bridge St, Bath BA2 4AT, UKGet full directions
Address: Pulteney Bridge, Bridge St, Bath BA2 4AT, UK
Park and Ride
Bath & North East Somerset Council’s three Park & Ride services will be operating on race day on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. Newbridge Park & Ride (which is on the course route) will be closed during the race.
Alternatively you can take the worry out of your parking arrangements by reserving a pre-bookable Park & Ride and hospitality service from the Bath Racecourse.
Car parks in the city centre will be in use, though there will be diversions in the city because of the race. Congestion is likely so allow extra time for your journey and be sure to plan ahead.
Great Western will organise additional services on race day - visit their website for more information.
Bath Half Marathon is continuing with their life share scheme to reduce congestion at the event. Please visit: https://liftshare.com/uk/community/bathhalf for more information.
Event day logistics
10:00 Half Marathon Start
All runners will need to remember their race number and timing chip on the day of the event (this should have been sent in advance).
Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time in order to drop your bag and warm up.
More information will be available closer to the event date.
Family Fun Day
There will be a family day with lots of free activities for all ages and abilities on Saturday 14th October, starting with the fun run at 11am.
Where can I find results for the Bath Half Marathon?
You can find your results for you race through clicking on the following link https://bathhalf.co.uk/results/
Is the Bath Half Marathon family-friendly?
The race runs through the centre of bath offering a number of great spots to watch the runners. Roads are closed however from 9.45am to 3.30pm so plan ahead if you are thinking of driving.
At what time does the Bath Half Marathon start?
The Bath Half starts at 11am with the Family Fun Run starting at 11.20am.
Perfect for a pb
The absolutely single and only flaw in this race is that its lapped and its obviously a bit more fun not running two laps. Other than that the atmosphere and organisation is epic and bath is SO beautiful!! For those who know it well it seems insane that this course is flat (bath itself is pretty hilly) but it really is - theres one small undulation but it really is fast and flat. Definitely a great race to do and will do it again
4.3Did the race in 2013
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