Sign up for the Warwick Half Marathon
Sunday 3 April 2016
Join thousands of other runners supporting the fight against heart disease by taking on this 13.1 mile challenge around the historic streets of Warwick.
You must be at least 17 years old to take part in this half marathon. Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
This event is UKA affiliated, so you can count it towards your official times this running season.
Please read the Warwick Half Marathon event rules before signing up.
Your entry includes
- A technical event t-shirt
- Timing chip
- A medal for all finishers
- Full route signage and marshalling
- Downloadable map
- Training guidance
- Fundraising support
- Medical support
If you would like more information on any of our events, get in touch Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00:
Tel: 0845 130 8663
Make your travel plans
Warwick Racecourse ,
The Racecourse is well signposted, and less than two miles from junction 15 of the M40.
Please be aware of road closures that will be operating between 08.30 - 14.00 on event day.
There will be no event parking at the Racecourse, please use local pay and display car parks located in and around Warwick town centre.
Car parks may be affected by road closures. Arrive in plenty of time and be aware of any restrictions on car parks along the route.
Please be aware that car parks nearest to the venue will have limited access:
St Marys Area 1 – Vittle Drive
This car park will be closed at 08.30 to allow the runners to pass. It will be re-opened at approximately 09.30.
St Marys Area 2 – Bread and Meat Close
This car park will be closed at 08.00 in order for the event start line to be set up. Once the event has started this car park will re-open at approximately 09.30.
St Marys Area 3 – Hampton Street
This car park will be closed at 09.00 with no access or exit until the event is finished at approximately 14:00. Should you wish to park here, you must be aware that you'll not be able to leave the car park until 14.00 when the event has finished, as the car park is located on the finish line.
Get ready for your run
Your fundraising helps our researchers make more discoveries and keep more hearts beating. Your registration fee covers the cost of organising the event, but it's the money you raise that helps to fund life saving research.
Create an online fundraising page - it's the easiest way to get sponsored. Share your page on Facebook, Twitter and by email so your family and friends can sponsor you.
Take a look at our fundraising guide for more inspirational ideas to boost your fundraising.
Get fit for your challenge
These are challenging runs and you'll need to have a good level of fitness to take part. Plan your training with expert tips and advice in our running training zone.
Being active is an important part of reducing your risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Get more heart health tips.
Make sure you have the right kit
Take a look at our recommended running kit list for what to wear on the day and what to bring with you. Bring some warm layers with you for after the event as March can be nippy. You'll receive your participant number in the post just before the event.
Get your family and friends involved
Your family and friends could be part of the action as well. Why not ask them to take part with you, or they could come and help on the day. Volunteers are vital in making our events a success.
At the start
|| Event village open
|| Baggage drop open
|| Safety briefing
|| Wheelchair Half Marathon starts
|| Half Marathon starts
|| Event finishes
This event will be fully marshalled for your safety, with first aid support provided. Water will be available at refreshment points and at the finish line. There will be plenty of catering outlets on site for you to purchase food and refreshments from.
There will be toilets (with disabled access) at the start and finish, and en route. Please note there are no changing or showering facilities available.
Luggage storage will open at 08:00, please remember to allow plenty of time to drop your bags off if you're planning to use this facility.
We ask that you don’t bring pets to this event.