All runners should register themselves, unless they are too young to do so, are unable to use a computer, or do not have access to one.
Please read these instructions very carefully. Failure to do so may regrettably lead to us losing your runners' results.
If you are a club or school coach, or are organising a charity run at one of our events, we would ask you to encourage all of your runners to register themselves. Please do not register on their behalf. The registration process is quick and simple. Your runners will know their date of birth, will be able to give us their actual email address (so that they can receive their results), and they will have a chance to read our terms and conditions.
We are delighted to welcome all sorts of groups, including schools, clubs and charity runners. Please help us to help you by letting the event organiser know well in advance that you are coming and how many you will be coming with. You should also aim to visit the event in advance of your attendance so that you can get a feel for how the thing works.
If you still feel it is necessary to register on behalf of your group, please get in touch first. Doing so will save a considerable amount of effort later.
We understand that there are occasions when it is necessary to register on behalf of somebody else. For example, you may be the parent or guardian of one of our younger runners, or you may be registering on behalf of somebody who is unable to use a computer, or who does not have access to one. In these cases we thank you for registering them, and ask you to bear in mind these points:
We really prefer all runners to register themselves, but why? The short answer is that we really care about the accuracy of our results. The longer answer is:
Please help us to help you, our volunteers and the thousands of runners who care about the results, and encourage your runners to register themselves.