Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find results for the Dorney Lake Run?
The results are posted as soon as you cross the finish line! The official results will be posted on the RunUK website a few hours after the event.
At what time does the Dorney Lake Run start?
The half marathon will start at 09:30am, and the 10k will start at 10:00am.
What is the maximum race capacity?
The maximum race capacity is 1500 runners.
What is the average finish time for the half marathon at Dorney Lake Run?
The average finish time for the half marathon is 2:04:07, which is a pace of 9:30 min/mile
Will there be water stations at Dorney Lake Run?
Yes, there will be water stop approx every 3 miles. Please ensure you drink the water and then dispose in the bins provided or drop them close to the water stations for the marshals to pick up.
Is there chip timing at Dorney Lake Run?
Yes, the latest Chip Timing technology is used so you will get an accurate finishing time. The Timing Chips are to be placed on your shoe. Runners need to make sure they cross over the Chip Timing mat at the start of the race and NOT side step the mat otherwise you will not get a recorded finish time.
Will there be toilets at the start?
There will be toilets at the start / finish area of the race
Will there be a baggage drop available?
There will be supervised baggage drop area at the event. This is free to use but please note that we cannot take any responsibility for loss of items or possessions, so please refrain from storing valuables in this area. Please tear off the baggage tag from the race number and attach to your bag before setting off for the race.
Will there be a medical team present?
There will beThe Medical Despatch Team in attendance and Medical Cyclists cycling with the runners to enhance response time in case of injury. If you need assistance during the run please alert the Marshals en-route who will be able to communicate back to the Medics.