How to Enter

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How to enter

Entries now open for the Warrington Way in 2017. Entry costs £25 for solo runners; £40 for pairs; and £60 for four person relay teams, plus the usual £2 supplement for any runner who is not UKA-affiliated. You must read the Warrington Way 2017 race rules V1.0 before entering!

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Your entry fee includes all race facilities, a medal and a technical T-shirt for finishers, the usual food/drink at checkpoints, a hot two course meal and hot/cold drinks at the finish for all runners, and transport back to race HQ for solo runners who withdraw (relay teams and pairs need to have their own transport).

All entrants will be emailed a race briefing about two weeks before the race, which contains full details of the arrangements for the race. You are advised to read this very carefully! Race registration is from 06.00am onward on Saturday 11th November 2017 at the Race HQ at the Village Hall, Pepper St, Lymm, WA13 0JB. There is a race briefing for runners at 07.15am, and the race starts at 07.30am promptly for solo, pair and relay teams.

There is no kit check at registration, but all runners are advised to wear suitable clothing for the weather as forecast and to carry the kitlist specified in the race rules – this is MANDATORY for solo runners and ADVISORY for pairs and relay teams.

Runners can withdraw from the race at any stage, but they are strongly advised only to withdraw at a staffed checkpoint if possible, where they MUST ensure they notify the checkpoint marshals. Pairs and relay teams are responsible for organising their own transport to each checkpoint for changeovers, and if they withdraw they are also responsible for transporting all team members back to the start/finish at Race HQ. Solo runners withdrawing at a staffed checkpoint will be provided with transport back to the start/finish at Race HQ though they may have to wait for transport to arrive. In the event of any emergency entrants are advised to contact the emergency services by dialling 999 first, and then when it is safe to do so to notify race HQ. Any emergency situation may also be notified to the marshals at any checkpoint.

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