RunThrough Lee Valley Velopark – February

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Booked 32 times in the last week
£10.00 - £30.00


Booked 32 times in the last week
The velopark's circuit is the perfect venue for your next run. The unique lapped style of the course is bound the create an unforgettable running experience. Come to find your inner Olympian, and earn your finisher's medal.
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Where and when
Velodrome, E20 3AB Abercrombie Rd, London E20 3AB, UK
Start times
Sat, 25 Feb 2023
Half Marathon:
9:30am |
10 Miles:
9:45am |
10:30am |
10:00am |
1 Mile:
10:15am |
Kids Mile:
10:15am |
Group of 6 Booking:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for RunThrough Lee Valley Velopark – February
Half Marathon
10 Miles
Route information
Terrain: Road
Elevation: Flat
The course is a closed-off 1-mile loop around the iconic 2012 Olympic Velodrome. Competitors will need to complete 3 laps for 5k, 6 for the 10k, 10 for the 10 miles and 13 for the half marathon. This course will offer a unique chip-timed one-mile splits which will be available after the race.
What's included
  • Finisher's Medal
  • Chip-timed results
  • Marshalled course
  • Refreshment station
  • Aid station
  • Bag drop
  • Free official event photos
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Finisher's Medal
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How to get there
Velodrome, E20 3AB Abercrombie Rd, London E20 3AB, UK
Get full directionsExternalLink
By Rail
Nearest station/tube: Stratford / Stratford International
Lee Valley VeloPark is a 20-minute walk from both stations.
By Bus
Several bus routes connect to Stratford and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with the key routes being: 388, 308, 339, 97 and N205 which all stop near Lee Valley VeloPark
By Taxi
If you wish to depart from Stratford or Stratford International using a taxi then Westfield Stratford City have the Stratford City Cars Taxi Lounge located outside Waitrose on the lower ground Floor (near car park A).
By Car
Car parking at Lee Valley VeloPark is limited and it is strongly advised you travel by public transport, however if travelling by car is essential, we are situated 5 minutes from the A12.
Parking is no longer free at the VeloPark, please follow the signs to the parking machines and follow the instructions on the machine, otherwise you will receive a fine. There are blue badge holder spaces are available at this car park.
You can also park at Westfield next to the Stratford international train station.
By Bike
There are cycle routes connecting Lee Valley VeloPark to local residential areas as well as the cycle routes through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The venue is close Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1 and Barclays Cycle Superhighway CS2. Bike racks are available at the venue.
Event day logistics
09:30 Half Marathon starts
09:45 10 Mile starts
10:00 5k starts
10:15 1 Mile & Kids Mile start
10:30 10k starts
12:00 Event ends
The event village and registration will be located at the VeloPark in the Olympic Park.
Please ensure you arrive in plenty of time in order to complete the registration process, attach your race number and warm up.
Race Pack
Race Packs must be collected on the day of the event, before the start of your race, from registration. Please be aware that you will not receive anything in the post.
Age Requirements
  • 5k: Entrants must be 11 years of age or older to participate
  • 10k: Entrants must be 15 years of age or older to participate
  • 10 mile and Half Marathon: Entrants must be 17 year of age or older to participate
Bag Drop
There will be a secure area where bags can be left, though it is recommended that you bring as little baggage as possible. Your bag tag is attached to your race number which you can tear off and attach to your bag.
There will be water stations after each lap of the race and at the finish where flapjacks and bananas will be waiting for finishers.
It is not recommended that you wear headphones during the race so you stay alert to what is going on around you and hear the encouragement from marshals and spectators. There will also be pedestrians on the paths you'll be running who you'll need to be aware of.
Race Results
Your race timings will be published on the RunThrough results page after the race.
Race start
After the warm-up, estimated finish times will be called to the starting pen where the marshals will guide you to the start.
The Finish
Do not stop in the finish area, continue through the finish until you pass the medals and are in an open space. Please leave the race village as soon as possible after the race to avoid groups congregating.
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Spectator Info
Spectators are highly encouraged to get down to the VeloPark to cheer on their friends and family. The looped nature of the track makes for a great place to spot runners a few times.
Is there a bag drop for the Lee Valley VeloPark - February?
There will be a secure area where you can leave your baggage, however it is recommended you bring as little baggage as possible.
How can I access my results for the Lee Valley VeloPark - February?
Results will be available on after the race.
Are there any cut-off times for the Lee Valley Velopark - February?
There is a strict 3 hour cut off for the Half Marathon distance only.
Can I bring my dog to Lee Valley VeloPark - February?
Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed in the Lee Valley VeloPark.
8 reviews
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Did the race in 2022
Good well run race on an undulating course, got a pb!
Did the race in 2020
It was very good race. Volunteers were wonderful - especially in the bitter cold. And bravo to the tamberine toting cheerleaders walking around the course. Only think that I would be great for you to consider it so make it plastic free. Water was in large plastic bottles, and some of the snacks were in plastic bags.
Did the race in 2019
Well organised. Plenty of water and chip timer worked wellCouple of speakers on the route playing music was great.
Did the race in 2019
Overall satisfied with the event organization, track was interesting but in a good way! Usually not happy with the way RunThrough calculates the race distances but this one was done right. Maybe only thing was the passage to next lap a bit narrow if there are more than 3 runners close to each others. Anyway, would definitely do it again!
Did the race in 2019
This half marathon was very well organised, with a helpful crew for bag drops, water and snacks. The support crew were also great at cheering us along when we needed it most. I enjoyed the atmosphere. Even though the course was a little monotonous, each lap brought cheery smiles and good vibes from the support team. My advice would be to pace yourself as its 13 laps!
Did the race in 2019
I think this is a good 'casual' racing in preparation of a bigger event. It's a 1 mile lap plenty of turns that makes the distance calculation on the gps quite inaccurate at times (not much though!). Organisation is clear and smooth, however I believe they should not allow kids (1 - 2 years old) to stand on the road with their parents as it's dangerous for them. I also believe the medals could be a little bit more 'stylish' and different for each event (I should not be getting the same medals of somebody who ran 5k, I believe, but this is a minor thing).Atmosphere is ok, a bit cold, not much 'entertainment' but I did not expect much. The type of attendance is very diverse and it attracts a lot of 'walkers' and 'very slow runners' so not really competitive.Results and picture are available almost immediately however the pictures are not searchable, so you need to look at the entire album to find yourself.Much better than a training and allows you to concentrate on your pace as the course is a repeating short loop.
Did the race in 2019
Really well organised event and the volunteers/staff really helped keep me going across the line! When the going gets tough the other competitors around really helped to push me on...I well recommend giving the odd race a go!
Did the race in 2018
Personally I followed a couple around the course and they came through the finish line. I was handed my medal and i then stopped and looked at my watch. It seemed wrong. The other couple seened to end race after lap 5 . I handed medal bavk snd carried on to complete the 10k . It is awgul race with hills and unmarked laps :(
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