Whether you’re planning to run the Bristol half marathon or the 10K, it’s important to know when the race starts. For example, the Bristol Independence Rhode Race starts at 9 a.m. In Bristol, traffic will be backed up for several hours while the runners get ready to head out.
10K race starts at 9 a.m.
Pedego Electric Bikes Croton on Hudson has donated an electric bike for the race raffle. Participants can purchase raffle tickets at the race registration area. Raffle tickets are $5. Raffle tickets will be drawn at the 10K awards ceremony. Winners are not required to be present.
The race has a seven-hour time limit. Runners will not be able to enter the finish area after that time. A team of cyclists will be on the course at the rear of the pack to help runners. There will be signs indicating the mile and five-mile marks.
Parking is available in two paid parking lots on the north end of Hagg Lake. The parking lots will close around 8:30 a.m. to prevent automobile traffic on the race course. Otherwise, participants can park for free on the lakeway or nearby streets. The race course starts at a stop sign near the north end of the parking lot. The 5k racers will do one complete loop around the lake in a counter-clockwise direction, while the 10K runners will complete two loops around the low road near the Bandshell. Both races will have mile markers and a water station near the finish.
The 10K race starts at 9 a.m. and finishes around ten. It will feature a kids mile at 10:20am. The first stage of the race starts near the Baylands Athletic Center and goes north on the San Francisquito Creek Trail. The runners will then cross over University Ave. The second stage of the race will be at ten:45 a.m.
Bristol half marathon starts at 9 a.m.
The sixth annual Bristol Half Marathon will take place on Sunday. This race benefits the Connecticut Fisher House and the Veterans Administration Healthcare System in West Haven. The course travels along Memorial Boulevard and includes a scenic loop through Rockwell Park. It is one of the prettiest races in the tri-state area. Runners will find more than 100 directional markers to help them on their way. The race is expected to finish in three hours.
This popular event is run by a diverse group of people, including children. Many of the participants are new to the sport. Those looking to become more active can sign up for a training plan to prepare for the race. For those new to the event, there are a number of courses available for varying levels of fitness. The half marathon is 13 miles or 21 kilometers long.
The Bristol half marathon starts at the half-way point of the full marathon, and runners are transported there by shuttle buses. From there, half-marathon runners run along the second half of the marathon route, including Lake Street, West Shore Road, and Groton Road. At the finish, runners will be welcomed by Carroll Brown.
The first Bristol half marathon was held in 1989 and was originally known as the Bristol Half Marathon. The course passes under the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and promises scenic running. Participants will hear the sounds of nature and historic sites along the route. The Great Bristol Run will focus on sounds, sights, and iconic landmarks.
Runners will find several aid stations along the course. The aid stations are marked on the course map and provide water and Clif energy gels. There are also port-a-potties along the course. The race organizers will provide high-quality photos for participants. The photos can be shared with friends and family.
Bristol 10K race starts at 9 a.m.
The 10K race begins at 9 a.m. The course takes runners along Newfound Lake, a 4,106-acre body of water. It has 22 miles of shoreline and is popular with recreational runners. During the summer months, Bristol’s population nearly doubles, with around 6,500 residents. The race is divided up into two parts, a marathon and a 10K race.
The Great Bristol Run includes the 10K and half marathon races, and a family run. The course is flat and fast, and suitable for beginners and experts alike. The event is organized by the same people who put on the Great North Run, making it a major event on the British running calendar. In addition, runners of all ages can take part, as the event is open to anyone who is 15 or older.
Those who want to race early are required to be on the course by 7:30 a.m. and bring a watch or a clock for recording their times. They must also remove the timing tag on their bib, and make sure it’s on their front. In addition to this, road guards are not on the course until eight a.m. In order to avoid traffic problems, runners should carry a map with them during the race.
To take part in the Great Bristol 10K, you’ll need to pay an entry fee of PS34 to reserve your place. You can also register for the half marathon, which costs PS44. You can book your place on the LetsDoThis page. The Great Bristol 10K race is open to all runners aged 15 and over.
If you’re racing as a relay team, you’ll receive two team bibs, each with one team number. Each team member will then pass a timing anklet to another team member. The anklets must be worn on the outside of the leg, not inside the pocket. You should also wear a race shirt with your bib number on the front.