Bournemouth Bay Run
Sunday 29 March 2015
The Bournemouth Bay Run is a great event and a fantastic way to raise cash to help the BHF continue its life saving pioneering work
Bournemouth's only coastal half marathon. Run
alongside the English Channel coastline to raise vital funds for
the fight against heart disease.
This popular event also gives you the option of a 10k Run,
5k Run and 1k Family Fun Run along Bournemouth's sea
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Bournemouth Bay Run event information
Challenge yourself with a 13.1 mile run against the
beautiful backdrop of Bournemouth's
coastline. Benefitting from an event t-shirt, timing
chip, medal for all finishers and goody bag as well as full
event marshalling and first aid - you'll be supported
every step of the way.
10k runners will also enjoy same benefits as half marathon
"One of the best events in the runners diary"
"I love the course and I particularly like the finish when
we go downhill into Boscombe then run along the sea front. Amazing
"Completing it and knowing money went to a good cause. Markers
for the how many Km had been passed was good and arrows were
helpful. Easy to find venue and well organised at the start and
during the run the water station volunteers were great."
Registration and fees for 2015
Book early and secure your place.
Choose your route option for 2015
Please note there is no on-the-day registration for the Half
marathon or 10k.
Your entry fee covers the cost of running the event; it’s your
sponsorship money that will help save lives.
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Your Bournemouth Bay Run entry includes
- A medal for all finishers
- Timing chip for Half Marathon and 10k Runners
- Event T-Shirt
- Medical support
- Goody bag
- Full route signage
- Extensive training guidance
- Fundraising support
- A welcome pack containing your sponsorship form
- Water available en route and at the start and finish
- Thank you certificate
Fundraising funds research
that saves lives. In 1961 the number of children born with
a heart defect who survived to their first birthday was around only
20 per cent. Today that figure is 80 per cent, thanks to procedures
such as valve replacement that help them lead improved lives.
For all our success, there's a lot still to be done. Heart
disease is still the UK's single biggest killer. Surgery techniques
can still be improved. And there are exciting developments in
genetics and stem cell technology.
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising the event; so join
the fight for every heartbeat by raising funds. Your
fundraising will help us continue funding research to ensure hearts
Set up your online sponsorship page
Where your money
Visit our fundraising section for some great
Bournemouth Pier Approach, Bournemouth, BH2 5AA
There are plenty of car parks in the Town Centre, which is near
Bournemouth Pier, follow parking signs once you reach town centre.
Bourmemouth rail and bus stations are 20 minute walk away
or just a five minute taxi ride.
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On the day
||Sunday 29 March 2015
||8am - On the day regstration only for 5k and Family Fun
|Half Marathon starts
||10am (wheelchair entries start at 9.55am)
|10k Race starts
||9.30am (wheelchair entries start at 9.25am)
|5k Fun Run starts
||11.45am - just turn up before 11.35am on the day to enter
|1k Children's Fun Run
||9.40am - just turn up before 9.30am on the day to enter
Equipment and what to wear
We recommend wearing loose comfortable clothing and suitable
footwear. See our
kit list for more information
Shop online for branded clothing
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For expert tips, training schedules and advice, visit the training zone. Remember the golden
rules of exercise: start gently, build up gradually and do it
regularly. Make sure you set achievable goals, which help you to
monitor your fitness and boost your confidence when you achieve
them. Always wear appropriate gear, and if you have any medical
condition or health concerns that may affect you on the day, speak
to your doctor about it prior to the event.
tips and advice
Facilities and keeping
- Please stick to pavements as much as possible, especially where
no road closures are in place.
- Please ensure your emergency contact information is filled out
on the back of your bibs
- Luggage storage will be located close to the start/finish area.
Look for the signs on the day and remember to attach the luggage
tag sent in your welcome pack to your bag.
- The event is fully fully marshalled and first aid cover is on
hand to help keep you safe, well and on track.
- Public toilets for runners and spectators are dotted along the
Spectators are welcome at this event and on route and at
the finish line to cheer on runners. Encourage them
to Ramp up the Red in support
of the BHF.
For general event enquiries, please check the frequently asked questions
section. If you have
any further questions, please call the events team Mon – Fri, 9am -
5pm on 0845 130 8663 or email email@example.com
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