Windsor & Eton Spring Duathlon & Lake Runs - March
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Run into spring with this fast, flat and friendly event. Great for athletes of all abilities, the course is a loop of the iconic Dorney Lake, host of the 2012 Olympic rowing events. Come for the awe-inspiring scenery or the bespoke medal.
Super Sprint Duathlon, Sprint Duathlon, Standard Duathlon, and 4 more
8:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022 - 11:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022
Windsor, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Dorney Lake, Dorney Lake, Windsor SL4, UK
11:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022
8:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022
Super Sprint Duathlon:8:00am |
Sprint Duathlon:8:00am |
Here are the distances available for Windsor & Eton Spring Duathlon & Lake Runs - March
The course starts and ends at the impressive boathouse overlooking the lake.
Runners will set out on a pan flat 5k loop around the iconic lake. The terrain is a mixture of tarmac paths and closed, traffic free roads.
When you finish your race, competitors are required to proceed into the finish line funnel to collect your finishers medal.
As one of the flattest courses in the UK, this is a great chance to record a PB.
- Half Marathon - 4.5 laps
- 15k - 3 laps
- 10k - 2 laps
- 5k - 1 lap
These races are ideal for those looking to take part in their first duathlon event and Dorney Lake is the perfect venue.
There are three options to choose from:
- Super Sprint Duathlon - 2.5k Run, 10k Cycle, 2.5k Run
- Sprint Duathlon - 5k Run, 20k Cycle, 5k Run
- Standard Duathlon - 10k Run, 40k Cycle, 5k run
Organiser route images
- Finisher's medal
- Bag drop
- Refreshment stations
- Aid stations
- Marshalled course
- Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd overall Male and Female, 1st Vet (40+) Male and Female
How to get there
Dorney Lake, Dorney Lake, Windsor SL4, UKGet full directions
This site is extremely accessible by car and public transport.
Free parking will be available next to the venue.
Event day logistics
Online entry for this event has now closed. Entry on the day will be available, subject to a £5 surcharge. Payment will be accepted by card only; further information can be found here.
08:00 Standard Duathlon starts
08:00 Sprint Duathlon starts
08:00 Super Sprint Duathlon starts
11:00 Half Marathon starts
11:00 15k starts
11:00 10k starts
11:00 5k starts
Registration will take place by the main boathouse at the far end of the lake.
All bib and bike numbers will be collected on the day from registration. Nothing will be sent to participants in the post.
Please arrive at least 45 minutes before the start of the race in order to collect your race number and timing chip.
Participants can leave essential belongings at race HQ. There is a tear off bag tag attached to bib numbers which will need to be fixed to any bags left at the bag drop. All items are left at their own risk.
There will be water stations on the run routes only. During the bike leg of the duathlons, participants must carry water and anything else they'll need with them.
The 5k is open to runners aged 11 and over, the 10k, Super Sprint and Sprint duathlons are open to participants aged 15 and over, the 15k is open to runners aged 16 or over and the half marathon and Standard duathlon are open to those aged 17 or over.
Noise cancelling headphones/ earphones are strictly prohibited. All other types of listening devices are also prohibited for duathlons and are strongly discouraged for the lake runs - you should be aware to what's going on around you as well as be able to hear encouragement and instructions from marshals.
This event is suitable for wheelchair users. If you require any specialist equipment or requirements, please get in touch before the event.
Entries may be accepted from participants with medical assistance dogs, subject to them being correctly registered and identifiable as such, and subject to prior approval by the Event Director.
You can find your time online as soon as you've finished (internet connection permitting) and results will be sent out to participants within the 24 hours after the event.
Spectators are welcomed at this event to help create and awesome atmosphere to propel participants round the course. The lapped nature of the runs and duathlon mean spectators will have plenty opportunity to spot and cheer on participants.
How do I receive my race number for the Windsor & Eton Duathlon and Runs - March?
All race numbers will be collected on the day as well as your timing chip. Nothing will be sent out in advance.
Where can I find my results for the Windsor & Eton Duathlon and Runs - March?
The results will be posted on F3 events website directly after the race. You will also receive a results email which will be sent to your email address after the event.
Is there parking on-site for the Windsor & Eton Duathlon and Runs - March?
There will be ample parking available for both competitors and spectators.
Such lovely organisers: friendly, helpful. A good training run centre for any time of the season.
5.0Did the race in 2022
Thought the course was great, perfect for my first multisport event. The volunteers were great, really encouraging. Might do it again if my legs recover!
5.0Did the race in 2022
Great venue, everything close by, friendly volunteers. I will definitely be racing duathlons here again.
4.7Did the race in 2022
A great race to discover a new area and also being a Olympic 2012 location ! No really crawled,which allows to run comfortable. Maybe the price quiet high without race bag or complemetary service
4.7Did the race in 2019
Race was ok - nice and flat with tarmac paths. The challenge is that there was 2 races going on and everyone was looping around the circuit (4.5 times at various paces). The finish wasnt at all hugely apparent and I ended up going around again until my watch confirmed I had competed the distance - unfortunately my official time suggested it was at least a few mins slower than reality. Was a huge disappointment to completing a sub90 Pb.
2.7Did the race in 2019
My first ever half marathon and the 6th time i've ever in my life, ran outdoors. A great first experience.
4.0Did the race in 2019
Easy to park, and delivered on the promise of a very flat and trouble free course. Only builds for next time would be clearer mile markers defining distance passed by race. There were several markers up but it was unclear over whether it was the half or 20 miler. Also I heard confusion on the way round from fellow runners over how many laps they needed to run for the 20 mile race and they felt this hadn't been briefed correctly.
4.0Did the race in 2019
Course was nice, the gels i brought with me were inedible so having some available on the run was a saviour for me.
5.0Did the race in 2019
Nice course around the lake. It's flat so no concern about hills. Only down side is it's 4.5 loops of the lake so the scenery is a bit repetitive. Still a good race to do.
4.3Did the race in 2019
I think that you must to organiser better the indications when someone arrive to final line because I asked at 100 mt to final line in which part I had to go but anyone helped me and I turned in wrong way losting my precious minutes during the race. And it happened not only to me.
3.3Did the race in 2019
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