Assemble before the race on the Butes in St. Anne. There are toilet and baggage facilities, water and good parking. Local bars will be open for drinks and coffee. On-the-day entries accepted from 11:00 until 11:40 (it will speed things up if you have already filled in an entry form) . All baggage can be left at the assembly area and it will be driven to the finish.
The start of the half marathon and 10k is on the Butes in St. Anne at 12 noon. Here is a detailed map of the route through the town
The course will go through the lovely old town of St Anne then out into the countryside to follow the coast road to a sweeping 300ft downhill. Half Marathon runners continue for a second lap of the island.
Water stations will be at the start then at 3, 6, 8, 11 and 13 miles. There will be water bowls for walkers with canine accessories (dogs must start at the back, keep their owner on a leash and no overtaking until the pack spreads out).
The finish of both races is at the Sailing Club in Braye Harbour, where baggage may be collected. There are toilets, with changing and showers nearby. Prizegiving will be held on the Sailing Club deck at about 14:40. Drinks and food will be provided free to finishers, and at a reasonable price to visitors.
Full results and photos will be posted here shortly after the race