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Before you enter Stroud Half Marathon 2020
USING HEADPHONES WHILST RUNNING
The use of personal stereos, iPods, phones or other music devises is not allowed under UKA rule 240 S5 – the wearing of headphones, or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted in races on any single carriageway road that is not wholly closed to traffic.
The wearing of such equipment may prevent you from hearing instructions from marshals and other event staff as well as the hearing of sirens/horns from emergency services and other vehicles. By wearing such devices you are putting yourself and those around you at risk.
Rule 240 S5 also accepts use of conductive headphones, however the final decision lies with the Event Organiser, and we DO NOT allow their use as it is impossible for marshal to differentiate between them and other types of headphones when runners pass them.
The Event Organisers will have no responsibility should this rule be ignored. Please do not risk our ability to be granted a future licence.
Runners seen to be wearing headphones will be disqualified by the Event Organisers
We have taken the decision to stop giving away free t-shirts at our large half marathon events to be proactive in lessening the environmental impact at our events.
We have already moved away from disposable plastic cups at drinks stations and bottled water at the finish line.
The type of technical t-shirts given away at running events (ours included) are for the most part very cheaply made products, using materials derived from oil based plastics, which are polluting to the environment during their manufacture, and every time they are washed distribute small amounts of microplastics into our water supplies.
Not only that, but we are well aware that those of you who take part in lots of races have drawers full of these types of t-shirts which may be worn once or twice but will soon be replaced by the newest giveaway item that is received.
With these factors in mind, we have chosen to offer a good quality, lower impact t-shirt to our runners as we do realise that some of you do love your race t-shirts and we wouldn’t want to take that away from you. Sadly, we are currently unable to offer these sustainable t-shirts as giveaways as production costs involved in making sustainable products is currently prohibitive, but we hope that given time the demand for sustainable products throughout the textile industry will mean that we’ll be able to review this.
To make up for the loss of the t-shirts we will be offering FREE OF CHARGE event photographs for every single runner, as well as a sustainable memento and of course a fantastic medal!
We hope that you will understand the reasoning behind our decision.
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About Stroud Half Marathon 2020
We are delighted to announce that 39th Stroud Half Marathon is open for entries!
Although not flat, the course is a great place for a fast time. Suitable for racers, recreational runners and novices alike.
The existing measured route will be remain largely unchanged.
We look forward to seeing you on race day.
Sustainable finishers memento, free event photos and unique medal to all finishers
Race numbers will be sent 10 days before the event. Anyone entering after then will have to collect their number on the morning of the race.
The race starts and finishes on the Cainscross Road, adjacent to Marling School field.
Free car parks are situated around Stroud. Maximum walk time is approximately 10-15 minutes. Sat Nav postcodes, Cheapside Carpark (by Station) – GL5 3BL, Cainscross Carpark – GL5 4JQ, London Road – GL5 2AP. There is NO parking available at Marling School (Race Start or Finish)
Start Time: 09.00hrs
Location: Marling School, Cainscross Road, Stroud, GL54HE
UKA Licence Number: TBC
For your own safety, headphones of any type, including bone conducting, are not permitted at Stroud Half Marathon.
Please note this event is not suitable for wheelchair athletes or running buggies.