Entries for 2020 will be carried over to the 2021 race which provisionally has been set for Sunday 23rd May 2021, when we hope to see you for the 5th running of the Chislehurst Half Marathon.
Race numbers (including timing chip) will be available for collection from 8am on the day of the race from our friendly registration team at race HQ.
17 May 2020
13.1 miles (21.1 kilometres)
UKA Licence ID: 2020-39654
There will be a cut-off of three hours and fifteen minutes to avoid our volunteer marshalls being subjected to a prolonged period outdoors.
Owing to the terrain, the Chislehurst Half Marathon course is unsuitable for wheelchair entrants. Should blind runners wish to enter they would need to be led by an experienced half marathon runner owing to the length and difficulty of the course, especially the numerous tree roots along the woodland sections.
Transfers will be allowed after 17th April 2020 and no later than 12th May. Transfers will not be processed after this time.
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org giving the entrant's name, and also stating the name and e-mail address of the person who will be taking their place.
Should you need to withdraw from the Chislehurst Half Marathon due to injury or illness, we will allow your entry to be deferred to the following year. Application for deferral is subject to an administration fee of £10 and should be made no later than midnight on the Saturday before the race.
Due to many of our costs being incurred up front, a refund would not be possible in the unfortunate event of cancellation. In the event that the Chislehurst Half Marathon is cancelled or postponed we would offer free or discounted entry to a future race with the option to transfer or defer entry. The offer available would need to take into account costs incurred in organising the race and any additional costs required to organise a subsequent race.
The organisers reserve the right to cancel the Chislehurst Half Marathon if severe weather or any other circumstances make conditions too dangerous for runners.
Personal data usage
You agree that we may publish your personal information as part of the results of the event and may pass such information to the governing body or any affiliated organisation for the purpose of insurance, licences or for publishing results either for the event alone or combined with or compared to other events. Results may include (but not be limited to) name, age category, any club affiliation, race position and race times.
Use of images and sounds
The event may be televised, filmed and/or otherwise recorded and photographs may be taken all of which may capture your participation in the event. You agree to the publication of such photographs, filming, recording and broadcasts and their use by us and those authorised by us in any way which we may see fit now or in the future including but not limited to film, broadcast, radio, TV, publications and publicity.
Any audio, visual, or audio-visual recordings that you make of the event or any part of it are for personal use only and may not be used for any commercial purpose.
Personal audio players
Due to the nature of the race, the use of any equipment that impairs participants' ability to hear ambient sound during the event is not permitted. Please note that you may be held liable if found to be responsible for harm to yourself or any third party as a result of using such equipment. The use of bone conduction headsets which do not block the user's ears is, however, acceptable. Participants will be running on, near and across roads that are not wholly closed to traffic, as well as on footpaths that may be narrow in places. Participants should be aware of and responsive to what is happening around them, including: warnings, instructions, other runners, traffic, emergency vehicles, etc.. Output from personal audio players should not be audible to anyone else. We hope that participants will enjoy the race atmosphere, including social interaction, comradery and possibly even some birdsong in the beautiful natural surroundings.