Oulton Park Half Marathon, 10k, and Challenge
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Take on this motorsports track in this epic multi-distanced race. Whether it be a 10k or a 3.5hr challenge you will get to explore this undulating course as you race to the finish. Hear the thundering of the feet as everyone revs their engines. The longer events are perfect marathon preparation.
10k, Half Marathon , 3.5 Hour Lap Challenge, and 2 more
9:15am Sun 13th Feb 2022 - 2:05pm Sun 13th Feb 2022
Little Budworth, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Oulton Park Circuit, Little Budworth, Tarporley CW6 9BW, UK
9:15am Sun 13th Feb 2022
9:20am Sun 13th Feb 2022
Half Marathon :9:20am |
3.5 Hour Lap Challenge:9:20am
2:00pm Sun 13th Feb 2022
Super Sprint Duathlon:2:00pm
2:05pm Sun 13th Feb 2022
Here are the distances available for Oulton Park Half Marathon, 10k, and Challenge
£23 - £25
£27 - £29
3.5 Hour Lap Challenge
£30 - £32
Super Sprint Duathlon
£34 - £40
This wide course is great for anyone wanting to tackle an undulating road route without any traffic with a bit of healthy competition. The course is a 4.3k loop which includes a few hills before a big hill at the 3k mark. There will be lap boards throughout the course to give you your approximate distance and number of laps.
Organiser route images
- Finisher’s medal
- Chip-timed results (for 3.5hr only Half-Marathon split)
- Water and food stations
- Free parking
- Secure bag storage
- Closed roads
- First Aid
How to get there
Oulton Park Circuit, Little Budworth, Tarporley CW6 9BW, UKGet full directions
Oulton Park is located just off of the M6. At Junction 18 take the A54 exit to Chester Norwich and Middlewich.
The closest train station to Oulton Park is Winsford. If travelling from London you can take the Glasgow Central bound train to Crewe and change for the West Midlands Train service to Liverpool Lime street, getting off at Winsford. From Winsford it is an 8.4 mile drive (18 minutes).
Event day logistics
07:30 Sit opens to participants
07:45 Registration opens
09:00 Registration closes
09:15 10k starts
09:20 Half Marathon starts
09:30 First 10k finisher expected
09:45 First Half Marathon finisher expected
11:00 Duathlon Registration opens
12:00 Transition opens for racking
12:45 Course closes for the challenge event all participants to finish
13:00 Presentations for the challenge
13:45 Transition closes and race briefing
14:00 Super Sprint starts
14:05 Sprint starts
14:45 Super Sprint finishers expected
15:00 Sprinter finishers expected
16:30 Competitors off site.
Please do not litter on the course, if using gels or supplements keep a hold of your rubbish and bring it to the finish line.
Toilets are located in the pit lane and the changing rooms behind Parc Ferme.
There is a strict no dogs policy at Oulton Park with the exception of assistance dogs.
- The use of mobile phones, MP3 players and headphones are strictly prohibited. If caught you will be disqualified.
- Personal recording devices are also prohibited. It is forbidden to film any BTF race which applies to head cams, cameras on your body and bike cameras.
You must be at least 15 years old on the day of the event in order to participate.
These races are Non Drafting. The draft zone is 12 metres with 25 seconds for passing. Keep left at all times when you are not overtaking. If you are overtaken it is your responsibility to stay out of the overtaking cyclist's draft zone.
Can I bring my dog to the Oulton Park Half Marathon, 10k, and Challenge?
Unfortunately, dogs are strictly prohibited at Oulton Park with exception of assistance dogs.
What kit do I need for the Oulton Park Half Marathon, 10k, and Challenge Duathlon?
During the transition between cycle and running legs it is important to have a race belt to make transitions easier. When running, your must wear your race bib on the front whereas whilst cycling it must be on the back. A race belt will help you easily switch the position of your number. You will also need a Helmet for the cycling leg that meets ANSI Z90, SNELL B90, EN1078 regulations. Finally, all your items in the transition places must be contained in a soft bag and not a rigid box.
Can I race with headphones at the Oulton Park Half Marathon, 10k, and Challenge?
Unfortunately, headphones are prohibited from this event.
The event was advertised at getting a half marathon time then pressing on to the 3.5 challenge. This sadly wasn’t the case. The awarding medal was rather boring and no t shirt. Overall this was not a great event. On a positive the volunteers doing the cycling round to check on people where really friendly also the people on the water station was great and friendly. I feel the poor part or the event was down to Stu web timing who have still yet to respond to emails or publish any pictures.
1.7Did the race in 2022
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