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Windsor Winter Duathlon & Run

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Race around the idyllic Dorney Lake, home of rowing and canoeing during the 2012 Olympics. This race will appeal to athletes of all skill levels, as it is pan-flat and super quick. Come for a quick-fire PB and a finisher's medal.

Review summary

4.2
8 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Jonathan W
"Fun run, superb marshals, though for a 35 run one costa van to keep all..."

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Pratyush K
"The race was pretty good with really good Pacers. The volunteers and marshals..."

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jack w
"Very well organised, fast course and overall a great race. Need to start near..."
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How to enter the Windsor Winter Duathlon & Run

  1. Half Marathon

    Run 13.1mi
    £35
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  2. Olympic

    Duathlon: Run 10km, Bike 40km, Run 5km
    £55
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  3. 10k

    Run 10km
    £25
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  4. 5k

    Run 5km
    £20
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  5. 15k

    Run 15km
    £30
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  6. Sprint

    Duathlon: Run 5km, Bike 20km, Run 5km
    £50
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  7. Super Sprint

    Duathlon: Run 2.5km, Bike 12km, Run 2.5km
    £45
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Windsor Winter Duathlon & Run routes

DUATHLON:

First Run Course

  • The run will start next to the Main Registration Marquee and will be an out and back course measuring 2.5km.
  • The Super Sprint Duathlon run will be 1 out and back lap, the Sprint Duathlon run will be 2 out and back laps and the Olympic Duathlon run will be 4 out and back laps.
  • Once completed, competitors will proceed into the RUN IN entrance of the transition area.

Bike Course

  • The course consists of approx. 5km laps up and down the side of the famous lake.
  • Super Sprint Duathlon will complete 2 laps, the Sprint Duathlon will complete 4 laps and the Standard Duathlon will complete 8 laps.
  • Please note that it is the competitors responsibility to count the number of laps they have ridden.

Final Run Course

  • The final run course is once again an out and back loop equal to 2.5km.
  • The Super Sprint distance will be 1 lap and the Sprint & the Olympic distances will be 2 laps.

RUN:

  • The 5km, 10km, 15km & half marathon courses are laps around the famous rowing lake.
  • The course is fast and flat and takes place on tarmac paths and closed roads.
  • This is a perfect course for first time runners or those looking to get a PB

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Finisher's medals
  • Chip timed event
  • Secure baggage area
  • Refreshment stations
  • Aid stations
  • Marshalled course
  • Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd overall Male and Female, 1st Vet (40+) Male and Female.
  • Free car parking
Raceday Logistics

Schedule:

0800 All duathlon distances begin together

0900 Venue opens for 5km, 10km, 15km & half marathon events

1045 5km,10km, 15km & half marathon Start

Registration:
Event Registration is located by the Main Marquee as you enter the lake on the right hand side. When you arrive at registration, a member of staff will give you your event number.

Duathlon competitors will then receive:
1. Bib number. To be worn on the front when you are running and back when you are biking.
2. Depending on the number of competitors, you may be asked to have your event number written on
your hand. Staff to write your number in permanent marker that washes off skin.
3. Bike number. To be stuck on your bike seat post.
4. Helmet number. To be stuck on the front of your helmet.
5. Timing chip. This is supplied with a Velcro band to secure to your ankle.

5km, 10km, 15km & Half Marathon competitors will receive their race number and timing chip.

Please arrive 60 minutes before the start of your race in order to complete the registration process.

Kit List

Duathlon competitors are expected to supply their own bike which is in good working order.

Helmets are also compulsory for Duathlon competitors

Spectators

This is a great event for spectators. Not only is Dorney Lake one of the most recognisable venues from the London 2012 Olympic games, but the looped structure of the course means spectators should get a good view of runners.

There are catering facilities available onsite in case you are feeling peckish.

Volunteers

The volunteers are what make this event special. If you would like to join this superb team of people, please email [email protected]

In return F3 events will offer you:

  • Free entries for yourself or a family member
  • Free food and drink provided at the event
  • Event clothing
FAQs

How do I receive my race number?

Race numbers should be collected on the day as well as your timing chip.

Where can I find my results?

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.

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Windsor Winter Duathlon & Run weather forecast

Drizzle throughout the day.

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Windsor Winter Duathlon & Run reviews (8)

4.2 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    The race was pretty good with really good Pacers. The volunteers and marshals made it even more special. The instructions were all pretty clear. The only disappointment for me was no post running goodies (apart from the medal and a bottle of water) and not even a banana was offered after finishing a half marathon race. But, overall it was a fantastic event and the weather was awesome too.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Very well organised, fast course and overall a great race. Need to start near the front if you don't want to get held up - makes for a fast start
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Great marshals and friendly atmosphere. Definitely one for a PB, not the most scenic but then again - its flat! Not so many people as to get in your way and quite a few pace makers for 300 odd runners if running slower than 1:35.Note: they set off a 5K, 10K and 15K shortly after the half marathon start and they run on the same roads - expect more casual runners (lots of headphones)
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    This was my first ever event so was a bit nervous about how it all worked but I would say it was well organized and everything was easy to follow. So fully enjoyed the event. Thank you
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Fun run, superb marshals, though for a 35 run one costa van to keep all spectators ocupied for 2 hrs plus a little poor as was a tatty bottle of water with labels half missing for the runners at the end and a generic medal with only the ribbon to differentiate the runs a little disapoiting also. Plus not a banana in sight!.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Great course, super fast and smooth. Perfect for a PB without needing to fight through the crowds as a fairly small event.No official results email though which is a bit of shame, also no veggie food on the food truck.
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Excellent race in great location. If you get the weather like we did its ideal for a PB. Great organisation
  • Did the Half Marathon in 2019

    Good course, atmosphere at some points could have been better. The lady who was by the bridge and cheering everyone on was amazing though!